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iafrica.com
Long-term damage seen from brain injuriesillness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate prof
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries
iafrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
illness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate professor of clinical neuropsychology at the University of Exeter described the research as "incredibly strong." "They've taken huge care to try to manage a whole range... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Northern Echo
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Oxford Mail
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Streatham Guardian / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Bury Times
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Gazette
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Gazette / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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guardian-series
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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Harrow Times
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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This is West Country
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Gazette News
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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Bolton News
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
58 related stories
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North-West Evening Mail
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury toldthe seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert
IS supporter accused of bludgeoning imam to death remains at large, jury told
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the seventh century, the court heard. Giving expert evidence, Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Exeter, said: "For Salafis, if the person prepares a taweez they have committed a sin but someone who... Read more
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PhysOrg
Biological invasions threaten biodiversity, economy and human livelihood in developing countriesKnotweed and grey squirrels threaten the economies and livelihoods of residents
Biological invasions threaten biodiversity, economy and human livelihood in developing countries
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Knotweed and grey squirrels threaten the economies and livelihoods of residents of some of the world's poorest nations, new University of Exeter research shows. The damage caused by non-native species like the Harlequin ladybird and mink, threaten... Read more
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express
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPsmicrobeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara G
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPs
express / Posted yesterday
microbeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara Galloway, a marine pollution expert from the University of Exeter who gave evidence to the committee, welcomed the call for an outright ban and said there is "no doubt"... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
day two of the Jalal Uddin murder trialconcerned and their backgrounds. We’ll soon hear from Professor Robert Gleave,
day two of the Jalal Uddin murder trial
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
concerned and their backgrounds. We’ll soon hear from Professor Robert Gleave, who specialises in Arabic studies at the University of Exeter. He teaches and researches the history of Islamic thought, with a particular emphasis on the... Read more
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SKY News
Ban Microbeads In Shower And Beauty Products - MPs51 trillion pieces, just millimetres across, are in the world's oceans. Tamara
Ban Microbeads In Shower And Beauty Products - MPs
SKY News / Posted yesterday
51 trillion pieces, just millimetres across, are in the world's oceans. Tamara Galloway, professor of ecotoxicology at the University of Exeter, said: "Our research has shown that many marine animals ingest microbeads, mistaking them for... Read more
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Irish Examiner
UK wants outright ban plastic microbeads in hygiene productsmicrobeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara G
UK wants outright ban plastic microbeads in hygiene products
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
microbeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara Galloway, a marine pollution expert from the University of Exeter who gave evidence to the committee, welcomed the call for an outright ban and said there is "no doubt"... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPsmicrobeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara G
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPs
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
microbeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara Galloway, a marine pollution expert from the University of Exeter who gave evidence to the committee, welcomed the call for an outright ban and said there is "no doubt"... Read more
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The Local
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish studyillness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate prof
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish study
The Local / Posted yesterday
illness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate professor of clinical neuropsychology at the University of Exeter described the research as "incredibly strong." "They've taken huge care to try to manage a whole range... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPsmicrobeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara G
Plastic microbeads in hygiene products should face outright ban by 2017, say MPs
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
microbeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara Galloway, a marine pollution expert from the University of Exeter who gave evidence to the committee, welcomed the call for an outright ban and said there is "no doubt"... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
One shower releases 100,000 microbeads into the ocean, MPs warn as they call for banmicrobeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara G
One shower releases 100,000 microbeads into the ocean, MPs warn as they call for ban
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
microbeads, including ground almonds, sea salt and oatmeal. Professor Tamara Galloway, a marine pollution expert from the University of Exeter who gave evidence to the committee, welcomed the call for an outright ban and said there is "no doubt"... Read more
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heraldscotland
Head injury sustained while young 'will predict poor adult functioning'that genetics made some contribution to the trends seen in the study. Professo
Head injury sustained while young 'will predict poor adult functioning'
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
that genetics made some contribution to the trends seen in the study. Professor Huw Williams, a neuropsychologist at the University of Exeter, described the study as "incredibly strong". He added: "We don't know how the risk of TBI compares to... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: large studyillness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate prof
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: large study
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
illness are all not described," he said. However, Huw Williams, associate professor of clinical neuropsychology at the University of Exeter described the research as "incredibly strong." "They've taken huge care to try to manage a whole range... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists develop interactive game demonstrating impact of climate change on the Antarcticvulnerable to changes in ocean currents driven by a changing climate. The game
Scientists develop interactive game demonstrating impact of climate change on the Antarctic
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
vulnerable to changes in ocean currents driven by a changing climate. The game has been developed by Anne Le Brocq at the University of Exeter, in collaboration with games developers Inhouse Visuals and Questionable Quality, and the British... Read more
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Gazette
England skipper Heather Knight happy with Western Storm's debut in Women's Super Leagueone of three new teams formed for the six-team tournament, through a partnershi
England skipper Heather Knight happy with Western Storm's debut in Women's Super League
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
one of three new teams formed for the six-team tournament, through a partnership between Gloucestershire, Somerset and the University of Exeter, splitting their home games between Bristol and Taunton. “Playing your home games you’re hopefully... Read more
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PhysOrg
Astronomers identify a young heavyweight star in the Milky Waya rotating disc of gas and dust. The results will be presented this week at the
Astronomers identify a young heavyweight star in the Milky Way
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
a rotating disc of gas and dust. The results will be presented this week at the Star Formation 2016 conference held at the University of Exeter, and are reported in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. In our galaxy, massive... Read more
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Ekklesia
Tasers inquiry 'urgently needed' say researchersof the Home Affairs Select committee, Amnesty International, Children's Rights
Tasers inquiry 'urgently needed' say researchers
Ekklesia / Posted 5 days ago
of the Home Affairs Select committee, Amnesty International, Children's Rights Alliance, the Omega Research Foundation and University of Exeter researchers called for a Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into whether existing safeguards on Taser... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Call for government probe into Taser use after death of former Ipswich Town star Dalian AtkinsonTown star Dalian Atkinson. Amnesty International, Children’s Rights Alliance,
Call for government probe into Taser use after death of former Ipswich Town star Dalian Atkinson
Ipswich Star / Posted 5 days ago
Town star Dalian Atkinson. Amnesty International, Children’s Rights Alliance, the Omega Research Foundation and the University of Exeter wrote to Keith Vaz MP, chairman of the Home Affairs select committee urging for a detailed probe into... Read more
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Newsmax
Earth's Oxygen: Moss Brought Live-Giving Levels to Planet 400M Years Agoin the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday. The Guardian
Earth's Oxygen: Moss Brought Live-Giving Levels to Planet 400M Years Ago
Newsmax / Posted 6 days ago
in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday. The Guardian reported that the study, which was led by University of Exeter climate change professor Tim Lenton, suggested that the planet was mostly water when "rock-hugging"... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
If your parents live past 70, you should toohealthy in your 60s and 70s,” said Dr Janice Atkins, a research fellow in the e
If your parents live past 70, you should too
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
healthy in your 60s and 70s,” said Dr Janice Atkins, a research fellow in the epidemiology and public health group at the University of Exeter Medical School and lead author. “Asking about parents’ longevity could help us predict our likelihood... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Live updates and reaction from A level results day 2016style at Godalming College where there was a pass rate of 99.5%. The Universit
Live updates and reaction from A level results day 2016
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
style at Godalming College where there was a pass rate of 99.5%. The University of Oxford, Loughborough University and the University of Exeter are just some of the places where the young adults from the Tuesley Lane college will go... Read more
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The Columbian
With no males, these butterflies are evolving into separate speciesblame the lovely cannibal butterflies, said Richard Ffrench-Constant, a profess
With no males, these butterflies are evolving into separate species
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
blame the lovely cannibal butterflies, said Richard Ffrench-Constant, a professor of molecular natural history at the University of Exeter in England and the author of a study released recently. Blame nature. “The sisters eating their dead... Read more
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Harrow Times
Students across north London celebrate record A Level resultshave wished for better results,” said Laura, who will study history of art at Y
Students across north London celebrate record A Level results
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
have wished for better results,” said Laura, who will study history of art at York. Dilan will be studying economics at the University of Exeter. Star pupil Andrew Nelson will study English at Trinity College, Cambridge, after bagging A*s in... Read more
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Gazette
A-levels 2016: Results at Chipping Sodbury School 'significantly up' on last yearday from her final exam and was delighted when she discovered she had done well
A-levels 2016: Results at Chipping Sodbury School 'significantly up' on last year
Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
day from her final exam and was delighted when she discovered she had done well enough to start a degree in physics at the University of Exeter next month. Fifty three days after completing her last exam, Ellis said she was “delighted” when she... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Uncertainty is 'built into' the Levy Control Framework, warns expertthe factors which determine the cost of renewable subsidies are themselves "var
Uncertainty is 'built into' the Levy Control Framework, warns expert
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 7 days ago
the factors which determine the cost of renewable subsidies are themselves "variable and uncertain", an expert from the University of Exeter has warned. Lockwood drew attention to the failure of the LCF to take account of the effect of changing... Read more
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Daily Star
Tragic 'hugely popular' Brit student drowns off coast of luxury Thai islandTRAGIC: Bryony Freestone drowned off the coast of a Thai island The pretty Uni
Tragic 'hugely popular' Brit student drowns off coast of luxury Thai island
Daily Star / Posted 8 days ago
TRAGIC: Bryony Freestone drowned off the coast of a Thai island The pretty University of Exeter student has been described as "talented, dedicated and hugely popular". Bryony's devastated sister posted on Facebook: "There's nothing I wouldn't give... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sea habits of migratory birds highlight conservation need in the Canary Currentthe Canary Current, and that it was an area of high biodiversity. Dr Steve Vot
Sea habits of migratory birds highlight conservation need in the Canary Current
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
the Canary Current, and that it was an area of high biodiversity. Dr Steve Votier, Environment & Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, supervisor of the project, said: "Such studies highlight the importance of animal tracking to inform... Read more
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PhysOrg
Climate change alters the rules of sperm competition in the seathe rules of sperm competition for many important marine species, a pioneering
Climate change alters the rules of sperm competition in the sea
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
the rules of sperm competition for many important marine species, a pioneering new study has shown. Researchers from the University of Exeter have shown that increasing ocean acidification, brought about by manmade carbon emissions, reduces sperm... Read more
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dna
Offspring of long-lived parents may also live longerlonger your parents live, the more likely you are to remain healthy in your six
Offspring of long-lived parents may also live longer
dna / Posted 8 days ago
longer your parents live, the more likely you are to remain healthy in your sixties and seventies," said Janice Atkins from University of Exeter in the UK. "Asking about parents' longevity could help us predict our likelihood of ageing well and... Read more
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New Kerala
Offspring with longer-living parents likely live longer - newkerala.com #106047order to identify patients at higher or lower risk in time to treat them approp
Offspring with longer-living parents likely live longer - newkerala.com #106047
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
order to identify patients at higher or lower risk in time to treat them appropriately," Janice Atkins, researcher at the University of Exeter Medical School, said. The current study is built on previous findings which established a genetic link... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
If mom and dad make 70, you could toothe longer your parents live, the more likely you are to remain healthy in your
If mom and dad make 70, you could too
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 8 days ago
the longer your parents live, the more likely you are to remain healthy in your 60s and 70s," said Janice Atkins, of the University of Exeter Medical School and lead author of the report on the study. "Parents' longevity could help us predict... Read more
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