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2014/09/01 18:38
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A new study has suggested that the current trend of food production i.e. shift towards meat-heavy Western diets might reach the global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2050. The...
2014/09/01 18:38
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2014/08/29 22:18
2014/08/29 22:18
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Dr. Richard Benfield has a unique vision for improving the CCSU campus for both students and faculty. “I would like to see our campus much more oriented toward a plant focus. I think everyone would,”...
2014/08/29 12:39
2014/08/29 12:39
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Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have delved to the bottom of an arctic lake in order to chart the effects of climate change over the past 10,000 years in an effort to better understand...
2014/08/28 19:19
2014/08/28 19:19
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Modern-day Canadian Inuit in his environment. (Carsten Egevang) New genetic research on ancient bones reveals that a prehistoric population of hunters migrated into the high Arctic of North America...
2014/08/27 15:43
2014/08/27 15:43
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Boat trips to watch whales and dolphins may increasingly put the survival of marine mammals at risk, conservationists have warned. The jaunts can affect cetacean behaviour and stress levels in...
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2014/08/24 06:45
2014/08/24 06:45
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A file photo, taken in March 2009 and provided by Royal Dutch Shell of the Gannet Alpha platform in the North Sea. Royal Dutch Shell/Handout/EPA LONDON, United Kingdom – North Sea oil has been at the...
2014/08/23 15:17
2014/08/23 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Muscling In: Meet the Expert Evening Event Satrosphere welcome expert Dr Stuart Gray from the University of Aberdeen for Meet the Expert talk “Muscling In”. Explore your...
2014/08/22 15:43
2014/08/22 15:43
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Pampering leafcutter ants with fragrant rose petals and fresh oranges may seem an unlikely way to rescue modern medicine, but scientists at a lab in eastern England think it’s well worth trying. As...
2014/08/22 05:41
2014/08/22 05:41
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Flying the flag… Scotland’s first minister Alex Salmond seeks independence next month (Picture: Getty) O flower of Scotland, when will we see your like again? Perhaps a lot sooner than you might...
2014/08/20 17:08
2014/08/20 17:08
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The enormous Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, was inaugurated in 2002 near the site of the original Library of Alexandria, built by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC. The building was...
2014/08/20 15:17
2014/08/20 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen How Can We Improve the Wellbeing of Young People? - Lunchtime session This World Café lunchtime session invites you to share your views on the wellbeing of young...
2014/08/20 12:31
2014/08/20 12:31
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... Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Basing your security system on photo identification checks could be a big mistake, unless you hire staff members who specifically have an aptitude...
2014/08/18 06:12
2014/08/18 06:12
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Sir Adrian Bird, opposed to independence Bird is a professor of genetics at the University of Edinburgh. He has worked at Edinburgh since 1975, and helped create the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell...
2014/08/18 04:44
2014/08/18 04:44
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By Edris Kiggundu & Ali Mambule Not for the first time, two NRM leaders in Lwengo district are bickering over political influence in the district. The latest dispute has pitted Muhammed...
2014/08/16 15:17
2014/08/16 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Cammach Charity Bike Run & Family Fun Day Event in aid of 5 local charities kicks off with 100 strong bank of motorbikes touring round Aberdeen City & Shire. From 12pm fun for...
2014/08/15 15:17
2014/08/15 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen A family Gala to celebrate 120 years of Stewart Park. It's 120 years since the opening of Stewart Park and to mark that occasion we're inviting you along to our Family...
2014/08/14 15:17
2014/08/14 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Meet the Expert: Physiotherapist As part of our Summer of Sport Science, come along on 16 August at 3pm to meet physiotherapist Jo Gordon. Learn how physiotherapy enhances...
2014/08/14 15:17
2014/08/14 15:17
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... independent expert advice on any aspect of science, technology and innovation”, and “authoritative guidance on interpretation of scientific evidence in the presence of uncertainty.” That hardly...
2014/08/13 18:43
2014/08/13 18:43
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A new study has come up with a way to lose weight and keep fit in one's middle-age with the help of obesity drugs. According to the researchers from University of Aberdeen-led, the study has paved a...
2014/08/12 18:46
2014/08/12 18:46
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A MILD spring and warm summer spells have created “hugely encouraging” conditions for the grouse shooting season, which opened today on the Glorious Twelfth. A group in traditional tweed dress were...
2014/09/01 18:38
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