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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
South West Peninsula League round-up: Torridgeside climb up to second after win over Axminster TownEast on Saturday, with Ilfracombe at home to Liverton United, Appledore hosting
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
East on Saturday, with Ilfracombe at home to Liverton United, Appledore hosting Alphington and Torridgeside travelling to University of Exeter. In Division One West, Holsworthy have taken four points from their opening two games of the... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Beetroot and Coffee: Football's Nutritional Sports Sciencelimited resources and a fast counter-attacking game. The article also mentioned
Bleacher Report / Posted yesterday
limited resources and a fast counter-attacking game. The article also mentioned that, "according to scientists at the University of Exeter, drinking [beetroot juice] improves sprint performance and decision-making." Research in the European... Read more
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express
Thousands of Britons could be infected with HEPATITIS after eating sausages from EU pigsSunday Times: "I had to go into intensive care and I still have not recovered."
express / Posted 2 days ago
Sunday Times: "I had to go into intensive care and I still have not recovered." Harry Dalton, a gastroenterologist at the University of Exeter, added: "In the past four years the number of HEV cases I see has surged. "Three of my patients have... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Apparently, telling people not to ‘down’ their drinks will make them do the complete oppositethe extent to which their peers both approve of and engage in risky drinking be
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
the extent to which their peers both approve of and engage in risky drinking behaviours,” said Dr Joanne Smith, of the University of Exeter, one of the study authors. “One way to tackle risky drinking is to try to correct these misperceptions... Read more
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Daily Mail
Telling people not to ‘down’ alcohol makes them drink moredrinks on a night out does reduce the risk they will, the study found. Study a
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
drinks on a night out does reduce the risk they will, the study found. Study author Professor Charles Abraham from the University of Exeter, said: 'This demonstrates how careful we need to be in selecting the right message in campaigns, and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Al-Araqeeb Village: Palestinian Bedouins Refuse to Surrenderforthcoming book is ‘The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story’ (Pluto Press). Baroud
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
forthcoming book is ‘The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story’ (Pluto Press). Baroud has a Ph.D. in Palestine Studies from the University of Exeter and is a Non-Resident Scholar at Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies, University of... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Simple trick helps your brain work like it’s young againit to become weak, contributing to memory and thinking problems. Keith Wesnes,
Bel Marra Health / Posted 5 days ago
it to become weak, contributing to memory and thinking problems. Keith Wesnes, professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Exeter Medical School, wrote, “We found direct relationships between the frequency of word puzzle use and the... Read more
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Business Wire
New Terahertz Imaging Approach Could Speed Up Skin Cancer Detectionthe cancer can only be seen after it has grown quite large,” said the research
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
the cancer can only be seen after it has grown quite large,” said the research team’s leader, Rayko Stantchev of the University of Exeter, UK. “Ideally, we want to detect the cancer early, when it is still small. We hope that high-resolution... Read more
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Gazette
A-LEVEL RESULTS 2017: Exam changes impact results at Dursley's Rednock Schoolin bio-engineering at the University of Sheffield in September. Thomas Wilks f
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
in bio-engineering at the University of Sheffield in September. Thomas Wilks from Stroud also achieved the grades he needs, an A in maths and Bs in computer science and physics, to begin a degree in computer science at the University o... Read more
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New Kerala
Why you may want to stop telling people to 'down' booze - newkerala news #263908as according to a recent study, telling people not to "down" booze can make the
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
as according to a recent study, telling people not to "down" booze can make them more likely to do it. Scientists from the University of Exeter and the University of Queensland examined reactions to a poster warning of the consequences of bolting... Read more
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New Kerala
Social environment too affects gender behaviours - newkerala news #263670traits from generation to generation. The study by Cordelia Fine from the Univ
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
traits from generation to generation. The study by Cordelia Fine from the University of Melbourne, John Dupre from University of Exeter and Daphna Joel from Tel-Aviv University suggested that for some gender-related traits, the interactions... Read more
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International Business Times
Think gender is passed on through your genes? Think again within a few generations, if the relevant environmental conditions change," sai
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
within a few generations, if the relevant environmental conditions change," said philosopher of science John Dupré of the University of Exeter. "Genetic inheritance continues to be critical for the capacity to quickly learn an adaptive behaviour,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Masculine and feminine traits are inherited from social environmentstable conditions needed for the reproduction of the trait in each generation.
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
stable conditions needed for the reproduction of the trait in each generation. An international research team, led by the University of Exeter found that rather than the sexes acting differently because of genetic inheritance, human environment... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
SWP League: No wins in North Devon on opening daycampaign on Saturday, but will have to wait until next weekend at the very leas
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
campaign on Saturday, but will have to wait until next weekend at the very least to get off the mark after losing 4-1 to University of Exeter. Exeter scored two goals in each half through George Bratt (2), Pascal Sedgwick and Jamal Bartley. The... Read more
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Aljazeera
The Israel Lobby vs the First Amendmentbook is 'The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story' (Pluto Press, London). Baroud has
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
book is 'The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story' (Pluto Press, London). Baroud has a PhD in Palestine studies from the University of Exeter and is a non-resident Scholar at Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies, University of... Read more
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KERA North Texas
In Germany, Churchgoers Are Encouraged To Tweet From The Pewsand easy to distribute, these pamphlets fostered public debate. Ulrike Zitzlsp
KERA North Texas / Posted 8 days ago
and easy to distribute, these pamphlets fostered public debate. Ulrike Zitzlsperger, a professor of German studies at the University of Exeter in England, says the 16th century pamphlet was the social media of Luther's day. "I think the parallels... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
In Germany, Churchgoers Are Encouraged To Tweet From The Pewsand easy to distribute, these pamphlets fostered public debate. Ulrike Zitzlsp
KPBS San Diego / Posted 8 days ago
and easy to distribute, these pamphlets fostered public debate. Ulrike Zitzlsperger, a professor of German studies at the University of Exeter in England, says the 16th century pamphlet was the social media of Luther's day. "I think the parallels... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Six cities that are unexpected havens for birdwatchingcan have a positive effect on our mental health and wellbeing in an urban setti
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
can have a positive effect on our mental health and wellbeing in an urban setting. The study, led by Dr Daniel Cox from the University of Exeter, found that lower levels of depression, anxiety and stress were associated with the number of birds... Read more
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The Scientist
Immunotherapy Promising for Diabetesthat can prevent the decline of the patient’s own insulin secretion in type 1 d
The Scientist / Posted 12 days ago
that can prevent the decline of the patient’s own insulin secretion in type 1 diabetes,” Andrew Hattersley of the University of Exeter, who was not an author of the study, tells New Scientist. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cheers to that! Drinking is good for creativity, study findsfindings follow a study which found last month that drinking alcohol after revi
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
findings follow a study which found last month that drinking alcohol after revising could help to remember the facts. The University of Exeter said alcohol may block the brain from learning new things, leaving it free to store the recently learned... Read more
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Market Watch
5 amazing things green spaces can do for your healthpeople feel more active, as well as happier,” she says.3. A possible weapon aga
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
people feel more active, as well as happier,” she says.3. A possible weapon against depression A large study out of the University of Exeter Medical School in En­gland analyzed data from 10,000 city residents and found that those living closer... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Bacteria, plastic jellyfish and plant lice are unlikely heroes in new children’s books by scientistsprotagonists in classic children’s literature, a group of scientists are workin
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
protagonists in classic children’s literature, a group of scientists are working to change that. Researchers at the University of Exeter have written a new series of children’s books that feature unusual characters from moths to plastic... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Exoplanet has a ‘glowing water vapor’ atmosphereWASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engin
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 15 days ago
WASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engine House/Bristol Science Centre/University of Exeter When astronomers looked toward the planet WASP-121b, they were searching for evidence of an atmosphere. What they... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Exoplanet has a ‘glowing water vapor’ atmosphereWASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engin
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 15 days ago
WASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engine House/Bristol Science Centre/University of Exeter When astronomers looked toward the planet WASP-121b, they were searching for evidence of an atmosphere. What they... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Exoplanet has a ‘glowing water vapor’ atmosphereWASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engin
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 17 days ago
WASP-121b, 880 light-years away, is oncsidered a hot Jupiter-like planet. Engine House/Bristol Science Centre/University of Exeter When astronomers looked toward the planet WASP-121b, they were searching for evidence of an atmosphere. What they... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
KECI Missoula / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphereone of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 18 days ago
one of the major outstanding questions in exoplanets since at least the early 2000s," said Tom Evans, research fellow at University of Exeter. Evans is also the author of a new study on WASP-121b, published in the journal Nature this... Read more
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asianage
In breakthrough, Scientists discover giant exoplanet with glowing water atmosphereof ultra-hot exoplanets, with important implications for the atmospheric physic
asianage / Posted 18 days ago
of ultra-hot exoplanets, with important implications for the atmospheric physics and chemistry," said Tom Evans from the University of Exeter in the UK. "When we pointed Hubble at WASP-121b, we saw glowing water molecules, implying that the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists discover huge new planet with climate hot enough to boil ironthat dominates our own solar system.WASP-121b is totally uninhabitable, with te
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
that dominates our own solar system.WASP-121b is totally uninhabitable, with temperatures hot enough to boil iron (Image: University of Exeter / SWNS.com)Read More Radiation from WASP-121b was in the form of infrared light indivisible to the... Read more
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express
New planet DISCOVERED beyond solar system with atmosphere hot enough to boil IRON2,500C (4,532F), the point at which iron exists as a gas rather than a solid.
express / Posted 19 days ago
2,500C (4,532F), the point at which iron exists as a gas rather than a solid. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: "Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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The Economic Times
Giant exoplanet with glowing water atmosphere discoveredof ultra-hot exoplanets, with important implications for the atmospheric physic
The Economic Times / Posted 19 days ago
of ultra-hot exoplanets, with important implications for the atmospheric physics and chemistry," said Tom Evans from the University of Exeter in the UK. "When we pointed Hubble at WASP-121b, we saw glowing water molecules, implying that the... Read more
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International Business Times
Nasa's Hubble detects exoplanet with 'glowing water atmosphere' for the first time a large exoplanet with "smoking gun evidence" of a stratosph
International Business Times / Posted 19 days ago
for the first time a large exoplanet with "smoking gun evidence" of a stratosphere. Researchers led by a team from the University of Exeter made the discovery by studying WASP-121b - an exoplanet in the WASP-121 star system - using Nasa's... Read more
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Daily Star
Scientists spot HUGE new planet with climate hot enough to BOIL ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Daily Star / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: "Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Bury Times
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Bury Times / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Gazette
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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guardian-series
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
guardian-series / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Harrow Times
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Harrow Times / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Gazette News
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Gazette News / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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This is West Country
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
This is West Country / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Bolton News
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Bolton News / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Daily Mail
Stratosphere is found around a planet outside the solar systemJupiter - with a stratosphere, a common feature seen in most solar system plane
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Jupiter - with a stratosphere, a common feature seen in most solar system planets. Study lead author Dr Tom Evans from the University of Exeter told the MailOnline: 'The question of whether or not stratospheres form in "hot Jupiters" has been one... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Huge planet has upper atmosphere hot enough to boil ironindivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope.
EveningTimes Online / Posted 20 days ago
indivisible to the human eye which was picked up by the Hubble Space Telescope. Lead researcher Dr Tom Evans, from the University of Exeter, said: “Theoretical models have suggested that stratospheres may define a special class of ultra-hot... Read more
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