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2015/05/21 08:29
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BG Tanzania has announced funding for the Masters of Science (MSc) course in Petroleum Geology at the University of Dar es Salaam over 2015/2016. BG Tanzania said in a statement issued after the...
2015/05/21 08:29
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2015/05/20 13:17
2015/05/20 13:17
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Council news > Press Releases > Draft masterplans agreed for AECC sites Draft masterplans agreed for AECC sites 19/05/15 Members of the public will be given the chance to have their say on draft...
2015/05/15 23:57
2015/05/15 23:57
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Zoological oddity – Until now, it thought that fish couldn’t keep warm independently like mammals such as seals or whales. The opah, or moonfish, is the first fish that has been found to have a warm...
2015/05/14 13:44
2015/05/14 13:44
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FLICKR, AMIO CAJANDERIn the wake of uproar over the dismissal of the European Commission (EC)’s chief scientific advisor last October, the EC has announced that it will set up a special science...
2015/05/14 06:18
2015/05/14 06:18
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WASHINGTON — A Clemson University student recently made an innocuous declaration on a website that nobody has ever heard of. The Internet subsequently freaked out, throwing up frenzied...
2015/05/13 15:17
2015/05/13 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Do zoos have a role in preventing the extinction of polar bears? An evening talk by the Douglas Richardson, Head of Living Collections at the Highland Wildlife Park, Royal...
2015/05/12 15:17
2015/05/12 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen The Living Collection David Rae OBE FRSE describes the value of botanic gardens to society and the natural environment in the annual Noel Pritchard Memorial Lecture. David...
2015/05/09 17:16
2015/05/09 17:16
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ACC inquiry recommends monitoring and registry of surgeries. Teresa Wine can no longer work and often has to walk with a crutch, since her mesh surgery. Photo / Michael Craig A review of injury...
2015/05/08 23:45
2015/05/08 23:45
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Meet the new SNP MPs marching on Westminster The SNP's Deidre Brock won in Edinburgh North and Leith. Picture: Lisa Ferguson OF SCOTLAND’S 59 MPs, 50 will be new to Westminster, representing a...
2015/05/07 22:16
2015/05/07 22:16
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Arria backer shrugs off 70% share-price fall. Brian Henry says Arria might have lost Shell, but it has gained 10 new customers. Photo / File Brian Henry remains surprisingly upbeat about Arria NLG,...
2015/05/06 01:08
2015/05/06 01:08
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Deben reports on the work of the Microscopy & Histology Core Facility at the University of Aberdeen where a newly installed TEM and camera system have enhanced the services provided to...
2015/05/05 14:43
2015/05/05 14:43
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... have presumed that changes in thyroid hormones have been important for normal smolt development, but we have not known how the hormone is activated and it specific roles," says Lars Ebbesson. The...
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2015/05/05 13:48
2015/05/05 13:48
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Marine mammal boffins are less baffled by blue whales, having discovered that stretchy nerves allow the beasts to gobble the gallons upon gallons of water and food they are famous for guzzling. In a...
2015/05/05 07:37
2015/05/05 07:37
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Last week a piece in Mexican news channel KOAT7 swabbed a number of men’s beards and found that “several” of the hairs tasted contained bacteria “comparable to toilets.” These results were verified...
2015/05/05 02:09
2015/05/05 02:09
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However, if the SNP sweep the board in Scotland (and some polls last week suggested this is a possibility) there would obviously be no Scottish Labour, Conservative or Liberal Democrat MPs. So if you...
2015/05/04 20:21
2015/05/04 20:21
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How filthy is YOUR beard? Study claims facial hair can contain more faeces than a dirty toilet - but not all experts agree Study found bacteria in beards, which can also be found in faeces Some...
2015/05/02 09:49
2015/05/02 09:49
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LANDSCAPE conservation charity Friends of the Lake District has appointed a new director. Douglas Chalmers grew up on his family’s farm on the North East coast of Aberdeenshire, and studied...
2015/04/29 15:17
2015/04/29 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Aberdeen Skeptics in the Pub - Positive Psychology is for Rich People The evening will consist of an informal talk from Dr James C. Coyne who will provide a thorough update of...
2015/04/28 15:17
2015/04/28 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Cafe Scientifique- A wake-up call on Sleeping Sickness African Sleeping Sickness is threatening a staggering 60 million Africans. Discover how students from the University of...
2015/04/28 09:16
2015/04/28 09:16
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... People who suffer from back pain have been dealt a lousy hand by evolution and might be more comfortable walking on their knuckles like our closest relatives, chimpanzees, according to Canadian,...
2015/05/21 08:29
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