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2015/05/25 16:31
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The floating tongue of an Antarctic glacier terminating in the ocean. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the May 22, 2015, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by Bert...
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2015/05/25 10:38
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Sudden ice loss in Antarctica affects Earth's gravity field A sudden increase in ice loss in a previously stable region of Antarctica is causing small changes in the gravity field of the Earth, says...
2015/05/25 08:08
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Glaciers in part of Antarctica have started to thaw fast, adding to a sea level rise that threatens coasts and cities from New York to Shanghai, a team of scientists said in a study. Another expert...
2015/05/25 07:53
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Correcting vision problems in children with dyslexia is unlikely to have any effect on the condition, new research has shown. In the first study of its kind, scientists found no evidence that visual...
2015/05/23 19:12
2015/05/23 19:12
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When Poppy Adams was asked by a therapist to pick from a pile of toys the character she felt best represented her birth mother, the 12-year-old chose a Disney princess. Asked the same about her social...
2015/05/22 11:11
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New research suggests that glaciers in part of the Antarctic ice shelf may be melting at an unprecedented rate, raising concerns about rising sea levels. The findings of the research by the...
2015/05/22 04:20
2015/05/22 04:20
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Glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula are said to be in a surprise collapse, as concern grows at the region's rapid deterioration under climate change. A warming ocean is eating into glacier fronts...
2015/05/22 03:28
2015/05/22 03:28
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The wait for something new and totally unexpected in the world of physics just got shorter with the accelerator at Cern sending beams of protons colliding at incredibly high energy. Cern released...
2015/05/22 00:49
2015/05/22 00:49
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KUALA LUMPUR: It has been described as a labour of love and it provides valuable insights into a notable 18th century house at No. 111, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock in Malacca. Selangor Sultan...
2015/05/21 12:33
2015/05/21 12:33
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Americans don’t moonlight like they used to A worker sweeps inside the Wells Fargo History Museum in San Francisco, California.(Reuters/Robert Galbraith) The Bureau of Labor Statistics looked into...
2015/05/21 11:09
2015/05/21 11:09
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Are you thinking of studying English at university? To help you decide, here are the top 10 universities that offer the best places for candidates, according to the Complete University Guide...
2015/05/21 01:16
2015/05/21 01:16
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Researchers examined exposure to different brands of pepperoni pizza. Photo / Thinkstock Since the 1970s, the number of new food products available to consumers in developed countries has increased...
2015/05/20 12:51
2015/05/20 12:51
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Children who suffer from persistent nightmares may be at greater risk for psychotic experiences during their late teen years, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of...
2015/05/20 09:08
2015/05/20 09:08
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THE BIG DATA VR CHALLENGE GETS UNDER WAY WITH AN INTERNATIONAL LINE UP OF PARTICIPANTS The Big Data VR Challenge, organised by Epic Games and the Wellcome Trust, has announced the six teams that have...
2015/05/20 08:53
2015/05/20 08:53
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Nine men remain in custody in connection with the Hatton Garden jewellery raid which saw 72 safety deposit boxes looted. Scotland Yard said a further two men, aged 58 and 43, were detained yesterday...
2015/05/20 00:38
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Doctors should ask men with mental health problems whether they have experienced or carried out domestic violence, researchers have said. A study found male patients visiting their GP with anxiety or...
2015/05/19 17:02
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... because it is Paleo! Paleo data, models, expectations, observations, about the past and to some extent the future. The Little Ice Age. The Hockey Stick. And, what people get wrong about it...
2015/05/19 10:39
2015/05/19 10:39
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Vets in Pakistan working for global equine welfare charity the Brooke have collaborated with the University of Bristol on a newly published paper to discover whether a donkey is in pain by just being...
2015/05/17 01:36
2015/05/17 01:36
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Climate denial campaigns have helped slow the public’s acceptance of man-made climate change and delay political action for years, but a recent study finds these contrarian arguments have also had an...
2015/05/16 17:07
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SHANGHAI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Shanghai follows in the footsteps of a large ethnic Indian population which lived in the thriving port city before China’s Communists took...
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