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2015/01/30 21:18
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FIFTY years after Winston Churchill’s death, Britain has paid tribute to its wartime prime minister, who remains a touchstone of political life and a reminder of a faded age of global...
2015/01/30 21:18
2015/01/30 21:18
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2015/01/30 13:39
2015/01/30 13:39
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A team at the University of Exeter is to study England's only breeding population of wild beavers in order to understand their impact on pollution, flooding and water quality after an announcement...
2015/01/30 10:38
2015/01/30 10:38
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... eggs' gas can help lower heart rate, blood pressure, blood vessel stiffness A new research has revealed that hydrogen sulfide, a gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive odor, can lower...
2015/01/30 10:09
2015/01/30 10:09
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Doctors who unintentionally communicate to patients that they don't believe or understand them could actually make symptoms worse, a new study suggests. The research by the Universities of...
2015/01/29 11:02
2015/01/29 11:02
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Penalties: they’re football’s ultimate deciders. So much has already been written about their history and dramatic power, as well as the best strategies for succeeding from twelve yards, but what...
2015/01/28 20:22
2015/01/28 20:22
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Could your make-up put you at risk of early menopause? Chemicals in lipstick, face cream and nail varnish can speed up the process by four years, study finds New study examined the effects of 111...
2015/01/28 19:08
2015/01/28 19:08
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THE foreman of a jury which convicted Scots serial killer Colin Norris has said he believes the former nurse is innocent. Norris, 38, was jailed for life in 2008 for murdering four patients and...
2015/01/27 16:46
2015/01/27 16:46
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The projected twofold increase in the frequency of this potentially devastating weather phenomenon across the globe could lead to increased droughts in south-western United States, floods in the...
2015/01/26 10:42
2015/01/26 10:42
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Pinpointing perovskite's ability to produce cheaper solar energy January 26, 2015 // Paul Buckley A research team from the University of Exeter has examined new techniques for generating...
2015/01/26 05:45
2015/01/26 05:45
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Kuwait Rising – platform for burgeoning artists Event organisers now have thirst for live music “WHAT is important to me in my music is to have that locality or link to where I come from; not a...
2015/01/25 15:38
2015/01/25 15:38
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Dinosaur-killing asteroid didn't ravage earth: Study New research has debunked the theory that the asteroid thought to have led to the extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago also caused vast...
2015/01/24 04:23
2015/01/24 04:23
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COLUMBIA - Solar power has long been a popular, albeit expensive way to provide clean energy. But a new report out of the University of Exeter in England shows a new way to make the same clean energy...
2015/01/24 01:28
2015/01/24 01:28
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When Sir Winston Churchill died on 24 January 1965, there was a national outpouring of grief and nostalgia for a man who led old Britain against the Nazis so a new one could be reconstructed in its...
2015/01/22 15:26
2015/01/22 15:26
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A University of Exeter Law postgraduate student has been awarded the Hutton Prize for Excellence, which encourages the next generation of young professionals to put ethical conduct at the forefront of...
2015/01/21 10:39
2015/01/21 10:39
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A new study, the first comprehensive assessment of native vs. non-native plant distribution in the continental United States, finds non-native plant species are much more widespread than natives, a...
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2015/01/20 16:59
2015/01/20 16:59
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One of Britain's most controversial scientists and critics of alternative medicine has told how he was "treated like dirt" as a result of the Prince of Wales trying to "silence" him. In his new book,...
2015/01/16 02:42
2015/01/16 02:42
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An international team of scientists studying the migratory biology of bar-headed geese (Anser indicus), during their high altitude flights across the Tibetan plateau and Himalayan Mountains, have...
2015/01/16 00:39
2015/01/16 00:39
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A new study from the University of Exeter has found that viruses carried by commercial bees can jump to wild pollinator populations with potentially devastating effects. The researchers are calling...
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2015/01/15 18:25
2015/01/15 18:25
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Ancient Greek doctors invented the Mediterranean diet: Hippocratic physicians used rich flavours in food to treat patients Experts at the University of Exeter studied texts by ancient Greek...
2015/01/14 21:35
2015/01/14 21:35
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When Hurricane Katrina wiped out the schools in Pass Christian, Mississippi, in 2005, nearly all the textbooks and chalkboards were gone. A rural and impoverished community on Mississippi’s Gulf...
2015/01/30 21:18
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