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News-Medical-Net
Higher levels of neuroticism may reduce risk of death for some individualseffect, perhaps by making people more vigilant about their health," says lead r
News-Medical-Net / Posted 35 minutes ago
effect, perhaps by making people more vigilant about their health," says lead researcher Catharine R. Gale of the University of Edinburgh and University of Southampton. By definition, people with high levels of neuroticism are more likely... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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Herald Sun
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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Weekly Times
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
Weekly Times / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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News.com.au
Nose, throat bugs could ward off infectionin the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Nose and throat bacteria 'may be key to warding off childhood infections'in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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The News and Star
Nose and throat bacteria 'may be key to warding off childhood infections'in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy chi
The News and Star / Posted 8 hours ago
in the bacteria that live in their respiratory tracts compared with healthy children. The study, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with institutes in The Netherlands, could help determine how doctors boost... Read more
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New Kerala
This is your brain on depression - newkerala news #256368light on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diag
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
light on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diagnosis and treatment. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow used a cutting-edge technique known as diffusion tensor imaging to map the... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Corwen company to hit 700mph with SpaceXwill allow passengers or cargo to travel at speeds of around 760mph – cutting t
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted yesterday
will allow passengers or cargo to travel at speeds of around 760mph – cutting the journey to just 40 minutes. HypED (The University of Edinburgh Hyperloop Team) is a finalist in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition II, which challenges students... Read more
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asianage
Depression may change structure of brain, says studylight on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diag
asianage / Posted yesterday
light on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diagnosis and treatment. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow used a cutting-edge technique known as diffusion tensor imaging to map the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Depression may change brain structurelight on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diag
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
light on the biology of depression and could help in the search for better diagnosis and treatment. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow used a cutting-edge technique known as diffusion tensor imaging to map the... Read more
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DW
'Talk in the UK is misleading': ex-ECJ judge |and March 29, 2019 is a geological era in politics. Professor Sir David Edward
DW / Posted 2 days ago
and March 29, 2019 is a geological era in politics. Professor Sir David Edward is Professor Emeritus at the School of Law, University of Edinburgh. From 1992-2004 he was a judge at the Court of Justice of the European Communities, later known as... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Depression causes alterations in the brain's structure, study findsbiology of depression and could help in the search for better diagnosis and tre
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
biology of depression and could help in the search for better diagnosis and treatment. Related Stories Scientists at the University of Edinburgh used a cutting-edge technique known as diffusion tensor imaging to map the structure of white... Read more
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chroniclelive
Ashington woman tells of her fight with life-threatening brain tumour in TV showearly then it can save lives.” Angela was diagnosed with a low grade astrocyto
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
early then it can save lives.” Angela was diagnosed with a low grade astrocytoma while she was in her final year at The University of Edinburgh, aged 21. After going to hospital complaining of headaches, doctors discovered a low-grade brain... Read more
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DW
Ex-ECJ judge on Brexit: Talk in the UK is misleading |and March 29, 2019 is a geological era in politics. Professor Sir David Edward
DW / Posted 2 days ago
and March 29, 2019 is a geological era in politics. Professor Sir David Edward is Professor Emeritus at the School of Law, University of Edinburgh. From 1992-2004 he was a judge at the Court of Justice of the European Communities, later known as... Read more
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Scotsman
Tributes to ‘giant of Scots law’ Lord McCluskeydecided, which was very satisfactory,” he later said. Born in 1929, the son of
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
decided, which was very satisfactory,” he later said. Born in 1929, the son of a solicitor, McCluskey graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1952 and was admitted to the Faculty of Adocates three years later. By the time he was appointed... Read more
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walesonline
Universities are awarding more firsts to degree students as top grades soarUniversity - 9.2% 13.8% 4.6 * University of Bristol - 23.1% 27.7% 4.6 * City,
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
University - 9.2% 13.8% 4.6 * University of Bristol - 23.1% 27.7% 4.6 * City, University of London - 19% 23.6% 4.6 * University of Edinburgh - 24.9% 29.4% 4.5 * University of York - 20% 24.5% 4.5 * University of Southampton - 19.2% 23.6%... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Supercomputer maker Cray lays off 15 percent of staffthat provide massive computing power to public agencies, big companies and – re
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
that provide massive computing power to public agencies, big companies and – recently – the Alan Turing Institute at the University of Edinburgh. The company has faced tough financial reports in recent quarters, posting revenue of $59 million... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Businessman Sir Wicknell and Fiancée Tie The Knotfunction was the best in history (credit to my amazing in-laws and brand new wi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
function was the best in history (credit to my amazing in-laws and brand new wife) This is why I chose the Peter House and University of Edinburgh class, with my Unit M Seke background where and how would I have ever planned this? I hope to invite... Read more
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redOrbit
Mars's surface is much more toxic than we thought, study findsin the journal Scientific Reports, Jennifer Wadsworth and Charles S. Cockell fr
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
in the journal Scientific Reports, Jennifer Wadsworth and Charles S. Cockell from the UK Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Edinburgh reported that compounds in Martian soil become toxic to biological organisms when exposed to... Read more
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Daily Mail
How the 19th-century mentally ill were exiled from societyfrom a form of mental health disorder attributed to hard labor and a bad diet.
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
from a form of mental health disorder attributed to hard labor and a bad diet. Thomas Arnold, Doctor of Medicine at the University of Edinburgh as well as owner of one of the largest private madhouses in Britain, stated that insanity,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Dementia researchers to receive £1.9 million funding for brain imaging projecthas been done. The initiative - the largest of its type to focus on this age g
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
has been done. The initiative - the largest of its type to focus on this age group - brings together experts led by the University of Edinburgh in the UK, the BarcelonaBeta Brain Research Centre in Spain and Sweden's Karolinska... Read more
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Breitbart
Study: Trump Dominated Clinton on Twitter in 2016 Election Despite Attacking Her LessDonald Trump utilized social media much more effectively than opponent Hillary
Breitbart / Posted 8 days ago
Donald Trump utilized social media much more effectively than opponent Hillary Clinton. USA Todayreports that the University of Edinburgh has released a study analyzing the Twitter habits of President Trump and Hillary Clinton over the... Read more
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The Register
Alan Turing Institute bags a Cray Urika-GX to crunch numbers for next-gen tech boffinryand how they can be done. The Alan Turing Institute is the UK's national data
The Register / Posted 10 days ago
and how they can be done. The Alan Turing Institute is the UK's national data science institute, and is hosted at the University of Edinburgh, specifically in the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC). Researchers there will use the... Read more
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express
STATINS WARNING: Heart medicine pills 'do more HARM than good'including consultant cardiologist Dr Scott Murray, of the Royal Liverpool Hospi
express / Posted 10 days ago
including consultant cardiologist Dr Scott Murray, of the Royal Liverpool Hospital, Professor Chris Oliver, of the University of Edinburgh, and Sir Richard Thompson, the Queen’s former personal physician and past president of the Royal... Read more
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chroniclelive
What does the Angel of the North taste like?Association. He has been the subject of detailed research carried out by the U
chroniclelive / Posted 10 days ago
Association. He has been the subject of detailed research carried out by the University College London and the University of Edinburgh. Synesthesia is a condition where stimulation of one sensory organ leads to involuntary experiences... Read more
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asianage
WikiLeaks helped Donald Trump win US presidential electionson Twitter over an FBI investigation into her use of a private email server, re
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
on Twitter over an FBI investigation into her use of a private email server, researchers said. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh in the UK used computer analysis to study the top viral tweets each day between September 1 and... Read more
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Business Standard India
WikiLeaks document caused Hillary Clinton's defeat in US electionsof Donald Trump, and social media, where Hillary Clinton was much worse off," s
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
of Donald Trump, and social media, where Hillary Clinton was much worse off," said lead researcher Walid Magdy from the University of Edinburgh. An analysis of the top 50 most retweeted posts each day between September 1 and November 8 revealed... Read more
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The Economic Times
WikiLeaks caused Hillary Clinton's defeat in US electionsof Donald Trump, and social media, where Hillary Clinton was much worse off," s
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
of Donald Trump, and social media, where Hillary Clinton was much worse off," said lead researcher Walid Magdy from the University of Edinburgh. An analysis of the top 50 most re-tweeted posts each day between September 1 and November 8... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Alan Turing Institute turns to Cray for Urika momentSupercomputer will be based at the University of Edinburgh and will support res
Computer Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
Supercomputer will be based at the University of Edinburgh and will support researchers using vast amounts of data. Cray is to provide a super computer system to the Alan Turing Institute. The Cray Urika-GX system, which is being provided through a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A 1 trillion-ton iceberg has broken off Antarctica, and scientists say it's one of the largest ever recordedthickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
thickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke free, Noel Gourmelen, a glaciologist at the University of Edinburgh, and his colleagues estimated the iceberg that is now drifting through the Southern Ocean would be... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A 1 trillion-ton iceberg has broken off Antarctica, and scientists say it's one of the largest ever recordedthickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
thickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke free, Noel Gourmelen, a glaciologist at the University of Edinburgh, and his colleagues estimated the iceberg that is now drifting through the Southern Ocean would be... Read more
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Business Insider
A 1 trillion-ton iceberg has broken off Antarctica, and scientists say it's one of the largest ever recordedthickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
thickness, allowing scientists to gauge its total volume. Days before it broke free, Noel Gourmelen, a glaciologist at the University of Edinburgh, and his colleagues estimated the iceberg that is now drifting through the Southern Ocean would be... Read more
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express
Forget Mars! Titan moon is humanity's next step as energy to support 300 MILLION is foundit was revealed that the Mars mission may be in danger as there are deadly chem
express / Posted 12 days ago
it was revealed that the Mars mission may be in danger as there are deadly chemicals on the surface of the Red Planet. The University of Edinburgh research looked at a mix of oxidants, iron oxides, UV energy and chemical compounds called... Read more
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The Irish Times
From jogger’s nipple to blisters: How to avoid skin troubles from runningfamiliar with the condition is ultra-runner Dr Andrew Murray (docandrewmurray.c
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
familiar with the condition is ultra-runner Dr Andrew Murray (docandrewmurray.com ), sports medicine consultant at the University of Edinburgh, who remembers getting blisters 40km into a 550km run across the Namib desert. “The position and... Read more
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express
Three cups of coffee a day could ward of diseasesJapan giving credence to the theory that coffee has health benefits that are se
express / Posted 13 days ago
Japan giving credence to the theory that coffee has health benefits that are seen globally. Prof Peter Hayes, part of the University of Edinburgh team, said: “We have shown coffee reduces cirrhosis and also liver cancer in a dose-dependent... Read more
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express
Mars move OFF? Researchers find DEADLY bacteria on Red PlanetWar of the Worlds, where aliens land on Earth only to die off as they are poiso
express / Posted 13 days ago
War of the Worlds, where aliens land on Earth only to die off as they are poisoned by bacteria humans are immune to. The University of Edinburgh research looked at a mix of oxidants, iron oxides, UV energy and chemical compounds called... Read more
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Scotsman
How Edinburgh is staking its claim to be the UK's first choice city for start-upswealth of talented graduates emerging from the city’s universities. According t
Scotsman / Posted 13 days ago
wealth of talented graduates emerging from the city’s universities. According the 2014 Research Evaluation Framework, the University of Edinburgh has produced more world-leading research than any other UK university computing department. Edinburgh... Read more
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The Scientist
Scientists Concerned About Future of International Collaborationbe missing in your country of residence or even your continent of residence,” s
The Scientist / Posted 13 days ago
be missing in your country of residence or even your continent of residence,” says Steven Spoel, a plant biologist at the University of Edinburgh. “Being able to get that expertise from different areas in the world where the best possible labs are... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Research highlights need for vaccines to prevent child deaths from fatal lung infectionsfindings highlight the pressing need for affordable treatments and vaccines as
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
findings highlight the pressing need for affordable treatments and vaccines as a priority. The team led by the University of Edinburgh analyzed data from 329 studies of RSV infections worldwide. Their estimates indicate there are more... Read more
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Canberra Times
Research shows Mars may not be the potato-growing utopia The Martian led us to believe inon Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we tho
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
on Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we thought. I blame Matt Damon. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh tested how the bacteria Bacillus subtilis would react to perchlorates, which were first discovered in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Research shows Mars may not be the potato-growing utopia The Martian led us to believe inon Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we tho
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
on Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we thought. I blame Matt Damon. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh tested how the bacteria Bacillus subtilis would react to perchlorates, which were first discovered in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Football loving IT entrepreneur aims to combine passion with pragmatism in businessperiod when I wanted to be a politician! However, as it turns out, I worked in
heraldscotland / Posted 14 days ago
period when I wanted to be a politician! However, as it turns out, I worked in IT for over 40 years. I started at the University of Edinburgh where I was a member of the team that developed some of the first wide area computer networks in the... Read more
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WA Today
Research shows Mars may not be the potato-growing utopia The Martian led us to believe inon Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we tho
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
on Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we thought. I blame Matt Damon. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh tested how the bacteria Bacillus subtilis would react to perchlorates, which were first discovered in... Read more
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The Age
Research shows Mars may not be the potato-growing utopia The Martian led us to believe inon Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we tho
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
on Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we thought. I blame Matt Damon. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh tested how the bacteria Bacillus subtilis would react to perchlorates, which were first discovered in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Research shows Mars may not be the potato-growing utopia The Martian led us to believe inon Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we tho
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
on Mars — much less potato-growing humans — might be more difficult than we thought. I blame Matt Damon. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh tested how the bacteria Bacillus subtilis would react to perchlorates, which were first discovered in... Read more
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Business Standard India
India accounted for large part of over 16 mn fatal lung infections in 2015is likely that an RSV vaccine will be available in the next 5-7 years," said le
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
is likely that an RSV vaccine will be available in the next 5-7 years," said lead researcher Harish Nair, Professor at the University of Edinburgh. While around three million are admitted to hospital each year with the virus, more than 115,000... Read more
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asianage
Mars soil may be toxic to alien lifeaccording to a study that has dealt a blow to the hopes of finding alien life o
asianage / Posted 16 days ago
according to a study that has dealt a blow to the hopes of finding alien life on the red planet. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK investigated the behaviour of chemical compounds, called perchlorates, which are found on... Read more
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