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2014/08/30 23:37
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One of the largest - Gonads, Genitals and Gestation – describes our “incredible migrating testis” and, in the interests of equality, migrating ovaries too. Roberts writes that as embryos our gonads...
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2014/08/30 23:30
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Men who eat over 10 portions a week of tomatoes have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a new research. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men...
2014/08/30 10:09
2014/08/30 10:09
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The screenplay is an adaptation of Wade’s play Posh, a big hit in London when it opened at the Royal Court Theatre in 2010. The play largely takes place over one night in the room of the village pub...
2014/08/30 10:05
2014/08/30 10:05
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Challenging times ahead as new Norfolk County Council chief takes the helm Dr Wendy Thomson, the new chief executive of Norfolk County Council. Picture by SIMON FINLAY. The new top officer at...
2014/08/30 08:08
2014/08/30 08:08
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A student is making a stitch in time by embroidering all 24 books of Homer's celebrated poem the Iliad. Silvie Kilgallon has begun her mammoth task of representing each letter in the ancient Greek...
2014/08/29 15:47
2014/08/29 15:47
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A research group led by Dr. Takashi Nakanishi, MANA Independent Scientist, and Dr. Martin J. Hollamby, ICYS Researcher (currently a lecturer at Keele University in the United Kingdom), at the National...
2014/08/29 15:36
2014/08/29 15:36
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Imagine having an insect's view of the world, but on the nano scale. Down at the level of atoms and molecules, colorful particles dance, swirl, and vibrate. The chance to experience such thrilling...
2014/08/27 12:51
2014/08/27 12:51
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The cigar is part of a large collection of nearly 1,000 Brunel objects donated to the ss Great Britain Trust by collector Clive Richards. The artefacts will joined thousands more at the Being Brunel...
2014/08/27 08:21
2014/08/27 08:21
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ALMA applies methods of Sherlock Holmes Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), and many other telescopes on the ground and in space, an international team of astronomers has...
2014/08/26 18:00
2014/08/26 18:00
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Research has revealed that more than a quarter of adults in Northern Ireland live without basic necessities like food, heat or clothing. The study has also revealed that of those who had personally...
2014/08/26 06:42
2014/08/26 06:42
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Rosie Rockley knows the true cost of student living in London; her friends in rented flats live in cramped conditions and save cash by renting out their living rooms as bedrooms. Having opted to live...
2014/08/23 12:31
2014/08/23 12:31
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The ancestors of today’s crocodiles colonized the seas during warm phases and became extinct during cold phases, according to a new Anglo-French study which establishes a link between marine...
2014/08/21 17:45
2014/08/21 17:45
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A coccoid-shaped microbe with an attached sediment particle from subglacial Lake Whillans. Antarctica, the coldest place on Earth, teems with microscopic life. Tiny organisms dwell on the ice and...
2014/08/20 23:06
2014/08/20 23:06
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People drink beer about 60% slower from a straight glass than a curved one, online health journal PloS One reported. The University of Bristol in the UK recruited 160 students to drink beer or...
2014/08/20 18:42
2014/08/20 18:42
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By analysing jaw mechanics and fossil teeth, the team were able to determine that two of the earliest shrew-sized mammals, Morganucodon and Kuehneotherium, were not generalised insectivores but had...
2014/08/20 17:38
2014/08/20 17:38
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Biologists have extracted mineral-eating microbes from a lake buried a half mile below the surface of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, according to a new study published in Nature. Earlier claims of...
2014/08/20 14:24
2014/08/20 14:24
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Castaway Stevenage sisters survive Indonesia boat crash after spending the night on desert islandKatherine (left) and Alice Ostojic survived a boat crash by spending the night on a desert island -...
2014/08/20 10:45
2014/08/20 10:45
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ALMOST ONE million Scots cannot afford adequate housing conditions and more than a quarter of a million are not properly fed, research has shown. The largest study of poverty ever conducted in the UK...
2014/08/20 09:37
2014/08/20 09:37
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The brown argus butterfly has spread from long-established sites in the south of England further north to areas such as Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire as climate change has made them warmer and more...
2014/08/20 08:30
2014/08/20 08:30
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The gharial-like pelagosaurs and their croc relatives loved the shallow seas of the lengthy Mezozoic and Cenozoic periods of the Earth's history. Their fossils are found in Normandy and in Somerset....
2014/08/30 23:37
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