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2014/12/19 13:40
2014/12/19 13:40
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A detailed review of the functional mechanics of katydid (bushcricket) hearing, draws distinct parallels between the ear of the bushcricket and tetrapods. Dr Fernando Montealegre-Z, from the School...
2014/12/19 13:40
2014/12/19 13:40
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2014/12/18 13:20
2014/12/18 13:20
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Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that two leading criminal justice experts will join the investigation into the police’s handling of the murder of Daniel Morgan. Professor Rodney Morgan,...
2014/12/18 12:39
2014/12/18 12:39
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A PhD student from the University of Bristol has designed and developed a hand-held laminating tool, known as the dibber, for use in the layup of advanced composite components. The manual tool could...
2014/12/17 15:45
2014/12/17 15:45
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He says: "When our jawed vertebrate ancestors overtook their jawless relatives 400 million years ago, it seems that it might not have been through direct competition but instead the inability of our...
2014/12/17 14:42
2014/12/17 14:42
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Scientists had previously known that at the end of the last Ice Age, around 14,700 years ago, major changes occurred to the Atlantic Ocean in a period known as the Bolling-Allerod interval. During...
2014/12/17 11:39
2014/12/17 11:39
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The bones of sailors who sailed on Henry VIII's Mary Rose ship have been analysed with the help of new laser technology to identify evidence of bone disease. The famous vessel sank in battle on the...
2014/12/16 22:42
2014/12/16 22:42
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FOUR competing houses, two teachers and one determined class, make up Taree TAFE's certificate III/IV interactive digital media course. A fun and innovative way to learn: Gamification students at...
2014/12/16 18:13
2014/12/16 18:13
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... found in waters near 2016 Olympics sailing site in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2014 11:52 pm MOSCOW, Dec. 16 — A "super-bacteria" resistant to antibiotics has been found in the river...
2014/12/15 19:13
2014/12/15 19:13
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In not one of the Iraq inquiries held in the UK — Hutton, Butler, the Intelligence and Security Committee’s, the Foreign Affairs Committee’s — was evidence given under oath. The same is true of...
2014/12/15 11:49
2014/12/15 11:49
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When Dr Laura Robinson and her team set off from Tenerife to Trinidad on a scientific expedition, they could guarantee that they would see parts of our planet that nobody has ever seen before. With...
2014/12/13 08:55
2014/12/13 08:55
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Up to 85% of menstruating women are estimated to experience at least one symptom of premenstrual syndrome during their monthly cycle. But according to two new studies, taking a low dose of the...
2014/12/11 18:26
2014/12/11 18:26
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There are lots of ways to make money: You can earn it, find it, counterfeit it, steal it. Or, if you’re Satoshi Nakamoto, a preternaturally talented computer coder, you can invent it. That’s what he...
2014/12/11 06:28
2014/12/11 06:28
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Short Sleep Duration and Sleep-Related Breathing Problems Increase Obesity Risk in Kids [IN] HEA MTC PUB [SU] CHI SVY -- WITH PHOTO -- TO FAMILY, HEALTH, AND NATIONAL EDITORS: Short Sleep Duration...
2014/12/10 15:21
2014/12/10 15:21
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How to prevent robot world domination: Project is launched to ensure AI can follow rules and make ethical decisions Researchers at the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool and the West of England,...
2014/12/10 15:08
2014/12/10 15:08
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Share This article Computer scientists from the University of Bristol have devised a machine that generates floating 3D shapes that you can feel, but can’t see. The possibilities that such a...
2014/12/10 11:39
2014/12/10 11:39
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With over 42 million horses and 95 per cent of the world's donkeys found in developing countries, new research could change the health and welfare of millions of working animals in some of the poorest...
2014/12/10 11:31
2014/12/10 11:31
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What exactly are the symptoms of PMS? According to the OWH website, the symptoms can be physical and emotional, and they include the following: • Swollen or tender breasts • Feeling tired • Trouble...
2014/12/09 20:38
2014/12/09 20:38
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Which came first, the feathers or the birds? Feathers first, scientists now say definitively. Yet this feathery revelation doesn't arise from discoveries of ancient birds, but of birds'...
2014/12/09 10:33
2014/12/09 10:33
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Downton Abbey has proved extremely popular as a tool for teaching English. Pic: AP. “What’s noticeable is how the students change their voices when they want to speak like certain actors.” Cruse...
2014/12/08 14:39
2014/12/08 14:39
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A team of UK researchers is embarking on a collaborative project to ensure that the autonomous robots we build in the future will be safer, making decisions that are ethical and follow legislation on...
2014/12/19 13:40
2014/12/19 13:40
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