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2014/11/26 07:28
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The challenges and issues involved in tinkering with the earth's ecosystem have been highlighted in three UK projects on geo-engineering.University of Leeds Three UK projects - IAGP, led by the...
2014/11/26 07:28
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2014/11/24 13:39
2014/11/24 13:39
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Why are viruses such as Ebola so dangerous to humans yet do not appear to harm the bats which transmit them? A team of scientists from the University of Bristol, UK and CSIRO's Australian Animal...
2014/11/24 12:39
2014/11/24 12:39
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Afforestation (planting trees) to mitigate climate change could cause warming rather than cooling globally due to non-carbon effects of land use change, according to new research from the University...
2014/11/24 12:28
2014/11/24 12:28
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The most stirring art has the ability to make us stop, think and even act, but a new interactive documentary made in Peru may just help decide the political future of the whole country. Created as a...
2014/11/24 05:30
2014/11/24 05:30
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MARINE researchers in the country have discovered large volumes of Nile tilapia within Nyumba ya Mungu dam that are known to outcompete indigenous species. Speaking exclusively to the 'Sunday News'...
2014/11/23 00:49
2014/11/23 00:49
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KUALA LUMPUR: “Yuck” is the word you often hear from those who have to use public toilets. Senior bank executive Josephine Tong, 24, said the dirtiest toilets were those at coffee shops. “Many of...
2014/11/22 04:36
2014/11/22 04:36
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BBC News - Will 0% interest credit card deals lure many into debt? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Many of us will pay for all our...
2014/11/19 16:54
2014/11/19 16:54
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The Gamburtsevs were discovered in the 1950s, but remained unexplored until scientists flew ice-penetrating instruments over the mountains 60 years later. As this ancient hidden landscape came into...
2014/11/13 17:39
2014/11/13 17:39
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Like the Three Musketeers' famous strategy of 'all for one, and one for all', birds marshal their troops to defend key resources when threatened by rivals, new research from the University of Bristol...
2014/11/13 15:38
2014/11/13 15:38
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Certain shark species migrate much less than previously thought, making them vulnerable to over-fishing, says a study. The study also highlighted differences in the movements of male and female...
2014/11/13 05:00
2014/11/13 05:00
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It is an unfortunate paradox: if you’re bad at something, you probably also lack the skills to assess your own performance. And if you don’t know much about a topic, you’re unlikely to be aware of the...
2014/11/13 00:39
2014/11/13 00:39
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Just as soldiers on sentry duty constantly adjust their behaviour to match the current threat level, dwarf mongoose sentinels exhibit flexible decision-making in relation to predation risk, new...
2014/11/12 11:39
2014/11/12 11:39
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London's diverse ethnic population is the reason for its pupils achieving significantly better GCSE results than the rest of England, according to a new study published today. This study from the...
2014/11/11 13:34
2014/11/11 13:34
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JOHN Ashcroft stormed to victory in the popular Sodbury Slog on Remembrance Sunday. The University of Bristol Athletics and Cross Country Club runner finished the mud-filled nine-mile course in a...
2014/11/10 23:14
2014/11/10 23:14
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Over four days this December, Asia’s largest computer graphics (CG) event, SIGGRAPH Asia 2014, will be hosted in Shenzhen, China. SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 will present a myriad of experts and exhibits in a...
2014/11/10 21:24
2014/11/10 21:24
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Climate change is prompting the search for some unconventional solutions. Photo: Reuters Utrecht, the Netherlands - The solution to global warming, Olaf Schuiling says, lies beneath our feet. For...
2014/11/10 14:39
2014/11/10 14:39
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A hurricane rages off the coast of Florida. Planes fly into the eye of the storm, capturing details about the speed and structure of the hurricane and beaming this data back to headquarters. On the...
2014/11/10 10:10
2014/11/10 10:10
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Datchet-based prototyping firm IDC Models has helped scientists at the University of Bristol understand how insects’ hearing works by making microscopically small replicas of the ears of Katydids...
2014/11/09 01:49
2014/11/09 01:49
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A student-led organisation wants to prove that small acts of kindness can have a great impact in addressing education inequality. IT BEGAN with a newspaper article. In January 1993, a Malay-language...
2014/11/07 16:22
2014/11/07 16:22
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Could global warming SAVE mankind? Nuclear winter caused by a natural disaster would be reversed by pumping out greenhouse gases, study claims Experts say huge seismic disasters are inevitable – and...
2014/11/26 07:28
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