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2015/01/30 12:39
2015/01/30 12:39
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Chemists at the University of Bristol, in collaboration with colleagues at the Central Laser Facility at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) and Heriot-Watt University (HWU), can now follow...
2015/01/30 12:39
2015/01/30 12:39
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2015/01/30 09:08
2015/01/30 09:08
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A unique research project to identify the effects of exercise on young hearts has been announced today. Manchester United's Academy players are being put through their paces having their hearts...
2015/01/29 12:42
2015/01/29 12:42
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Research at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has discovered that a 'slope' on the ocean surface in the Strait of Gibraltar is lowering the sea level in Europe by 7cm. This research, published...
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2015/01/28 14:21
2015/01/28 14:21
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One-eyed Jack, a chocolate spaniel who was shot in the head by his cruel owners, is to be treated by one of Europe’s top vets. Now Tom Harcourt-Brown, a neurology specialist at Langfords Veterinary...
2015/01/28 13:35
2015/01/28 13:35
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Hypercat IoT standard set to make UK cities smartThe Boardroomby Amy-jo Crowley| 28 January 2015London, Bristol and Milton Keynes are set to become more intelligent with HyperCatCity smart city...
2015/01/27 17:18
2015/01/27 17:18
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A top doctor began an affair with a patient after falling for her when she undressed for a medical examination, a tribunal has heard. Dr Richard Smith, 53, a consultant in renal medicine allegedly...
2015/01/27 12:39
2015/01/27 12:39
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Archaeologists have located the exact position where the SS Great Britain was grounded for nearly a year during her fifth voyage to New York in 1846. The incident, which was the result of a gross...
2015/01/26 11:26
2015/01/26 11:26
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As the general election looms on the horizon, a six point "long term economic plan for the South West" focusing on jobs, transport, tourism, and defence was announced by the Chancellor on a whistle...
2015/01/22 23:40
2015/01/22 23:40
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Resolutions topic for Preceptor Beta Epsilon Ethel Taylor spoke about the success rate and origins of New Year’s resolutions when Preceptor Beta Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Jan. 7 at...
2015/01/22 12:49
2015/01/22 12:49
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An insect-eating plant from Borneo is living proof that a brainless organism can outsmart those that have. Scientists say the tropical carnivorous plant regularly exploits natural weather...
2015/01/22 00:18
2015/01/22 00:18
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The design on this disc might look like a six-year-old's scribbles, but in reality, it's one of the most sophisticated and influential artifacts of the Bronze Age. And it might never have been...
2015/01/21 17:51
2015/01/21 17:51
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Two months after the University of Bristol posted trans-inclusive bathroom signs around its campus, an anonymously created transphobic parody has appeared, particularly targeting transgender women,...
2015/01/21 12:39
2015/01/21 12:39
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Does glass ever stop flowing? Researchers at the University of Bristol and Kyoto University have combined computer simulation and information theory, originally invented for telephone communication...
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2015/01/20 18:41
2015/01/20 18:41
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Poorer parents are just as involved in education, leisure, and sports activities with their children as better-off parents, a new study has found. Dr Esther Dermott and Marco Pomati analysed survey...
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2015/01/20 12:39
2015/01/20 12:39
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From the beginning of time, uranium has been part of the Earth and, thanks to its long-lived radioactivity, it has proven ideal to date geological processes and deduce Earth's evolution. Natural...
2015/01/19 13:10
2015/01/19 13:10
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New research from the University of Bristol has revealed the antiquity of dairy farming on Ireland. Published in the Journal of Environmental Archaeology the research shows that dairying on the...
2015/01/16 15:44
2015/01/16 15:44
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As dairy farmers across Europe anxiously await the lifting of EU milk quotas in April this year, new research from the University of Bristol, UK has revealed the antiquity of dairy farming in a region...
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2015/01/15 18:31
2015/01/15 18:31
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A distinctive 200-million-year-old fish used a combination of jutting front teeth and pebble-shaped rear teeth to feed on bivalves and other hard-shelled creatures it could find from the sea floor,...
2015/01/15 11:28
2015/01/15 11:28
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Intelligent pitcher plants switch deadly traps off to lure more prey(Dr. Ulrike Bauer, University of Bristol, UK) Intelligent pitcher plants trick their insect prey by turning off their traps in...
2015/01/14 19:09
2015/01/14 19:09
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I usually resolve to study the Bible more, exercise more often, and eat better � which are pretty standard things, I suppose. But this year, I wondered just who in the world started this whole "New...
2015/01/30 12:39
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