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Orlando Sentinel
Scientists say spread of virus that's killing honeybees 'a man-made thing'The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them
Scientists say spread of virus that's killing honeybees 'a man-made thing'
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 3 hours ago
The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them in droves was caused by humans, new research has found. According to the study published this week in Science, the problem dates to the mid-20th century when Asian... Read more
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CTV News
For many species, noise pollution can be deadly: studySome reef-dwelling fish are twice as likely to get gobbled up by predators in t
For many species, noise pollution can be deadly: study
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
Some reef-dwelling fish are twice as likely to get gobbled up by predators in the presence of a noisy motorboat, according to a study released Friday. The research, published in Nature Communications, adds to a growing body of evidence that noise... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Scientists say spread of virus that's killing honeybees 'a man-made thing'The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them
Scientists say spread of virus that's killing honeybees 'a man-made thing'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 hours ago
The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them in droves was caused by humans, new research has found. According to the study published this week in Science, the problem dates back to the mid-20th Century when Asian... Read more
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Orange County Register
Scientists say humans caused the spread of the virus that's killing honeybeesThe global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them
Scientists say humans caused the spread of the virus that's killing honeybees
Orange County Register / Posted 9 hours ago
The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them in droves was caused by humans, new research has found. According to the study published this week in Science, the problem dates back to the mid-20th Century when Asian... Read more
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New Kerala
Humans responsible for spreading bee killing virusLondon, Feb 7 : Humans are responsible for the spread of a virus that is killin
Humans responsible for spreading bee killing virus
New Kerala / Posted 12 hours ago
London, Feb 7 : Humans are responsible for the spread of a virus that is killing global bee populations, a new research has found. The populations of European honeybee called Apis mellifera is the prime source of the Deformed Wing Virus, and human... Read more
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TribLIVE
Humans aided bee virus, study claims | TribLIVE Neighborhoods The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings
Humans aided bee virus, study claims
TribLIVE / Posted 19 hours ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods The global spread of a virus that deforms the wings of honeybees and kills them in droves was caused by humans, research has determined. According to the study published in Science, the... Read more
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The Manila Times
For many species, noise pollution can be deadlyFebruary 6, 2016 9:45 pm PARIS: Some reef-dwelling fish are twice as likely to
For many species, noise pollution can be deadly
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
February 6, 2016 9:45 pm PARIS: Some reef-dwelling fish are twice as likely to get gobbled up by predators in the presence of a noisy motorboat, according to a study released Friday (Saturday in... Read more
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CBS News
There's a new clue about what's killing honeybeesOne question that has had scientists buzzing in recent years is, "What is killi
There's a new clue about what's killing honeybees
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
One question that has had scientists buzzing in recent years is, "What is killing the bees?" Many reports have documented the mysterious decline in honeybee populations around the world, with research focusing on possible causes including parasites,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Humans are to blame for wiping out the honeybee, finds studyHumans are to blame for wiping out honeybees: Trading colonies infected with vi
Humans are to blame for wiping out the honeybee, finds study
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Humans are to blame for wiping out honeybees: Trading colonies infected with viruses and mites 'is creating an epidemic' The Deformed wing virus (DWV) is a global virus that kills off bees Varroa mites carrying this disease are spread due to trade... Read more
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PhysOrg
Motorboat noise gives predators a deadly advantageThe predatory dusky dottyback eyeing up a juvenile Ambon damselfish. Credit: Ch
Motorboat noise gives predators a deadly advantage
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
The predatory dusky dottyback eyeing up a juvenile Ambon damselfish. Credit: Chris Mirbach The rate that fish are captured by predators can double when boats are motoring nearby, according to pioneering work led by a University of Exeter marine... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Cheltenham cheer in short supply for Chichester - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Cheltenham cheer in short supply for Chichester
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Science Daily
Bee virus spread is humanmade, driven by European honeybee populationsA study led by the University of Exeter and UC Berkeley and published in the jo
Bee virus spread is humanmade, driven by European honeybee populations
Science Daily / Posted 2 days ago
A study led by the University of Exeter and UC Berkeley and published in the journal Science found that the European honeybee Apis mellifera is overwhelmingly the source of cases of the Deformed Wing Virus infecting hives worldwide. The finding... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Devastating bee disease is MAN-MADE and caused by transportation of insects for crop pollinationThe spread of a disease that is decimating global bee populations is man-made a
Devastating bee disease is MAN-MADE and caused by transportation of insects for crop pollination
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
The spread of a disease that is decimating global bee populations is man-made and driven by European honeybee populations, new research has found. The study found that the European honeybee Apis mellifera is overwhelmingly the source of cases of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bee virus spread manmade and emanates from EuropeHive bees. Credit: Professor Stephen Martin, University of Salford The spread o
Bee virus spread manmade and emanates from Europe
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Hive bees. Credit: Professor Stephen Martin, University of Salford The spread of a disease that is decimating global bee populations is manmade, and driven by European honeybee populations, new research has concluded. A study led by the University... Read more
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PhysOrg
New technique to find copper depositsMagmatic rock which formed large porphyry deposit in Chile. Credit: University
New technique to find copper deposits
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
Magmatic rock which formed large porphyry deposit in Chile. Credit: University of Exeter A geologist at the University of Exeter has developed a new and relatively inexpensive way to establish whether certain types of magmatic rocks are more likely... Read more
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PhysOrg
Competition between mothers starts in the womb, new study suggestsDwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula) in Korkeasaari zoo. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Competition between mothers starts in the womb, new study suggests
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
Dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula) in Korkeasaari zoo. Image: Wikimedia Commons Female mammals, including humans, may try to outcompete one another by producing bigger babies, ground-breaking research conducted by scientists at the University of... Read more
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International Business Times
Renewable energy: Expert says global need for clean energy is first step to battling climate change The need for renewable energy is being addressed in such a positive light that
Renewable energy: Expert says global need for clean energy is first step to battling climate change
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
The need for renewable energy is being addressed in such a positive light that the battle against climate change is looking positive, says energy policy expert Catherine Mitchell. The University of Exeter professor believes government policy has... Read more
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The New Statesman
Rebel with a realist causeA man hangs upside down in a fire. Others are stabbed to death or tortured; the
Rebel with a realist cause
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
A man hangs upside down in a fire. Others are stabbed to death or tortured; their womenfolk offer valuables to save their lives – or try to flee. Elsewhere, women are assaulted and violated. In another image the branches of a tree are weighed down... Read more
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PhysOrg
Stress from noise can be short-livedA European eel (Anguilla anguilla) Underwater noise can negatively impact anti-
Stress from noise can be short-lived
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
A European eel (Anguilla anguilla) Underwater noise can negatively impact anti-predator behaviour in endangered eels and increase stress in both eels and European seabass, a new study published in Royal Society Open Science confirms. However, there... Read more
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The New Statesman
Ending the new Thirty Years warA man hangs upside down in a fire. Others are stabbed to death or tortured; the
Ending the new Thirty Years war
The New Statesman / Posted 12 days ago
A man hangs upside down in a fire. Others are stabbed to death or tortured; their womenfolk offer valuables to save their lives – or try to flee. Elsewhere, women are assaulted and violated. In another image the branches of a tree are weighed down... Read more
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Science Daily
Tagging project confirms Sea of the Hebrides importance to basking sharksSharks tracked during the Basking Shark Satellite Tagging Project tended to spe
Tagging project confirms Sea of the Hebrides importance to basking sharks
Science Daily / Posted 15 days ago
Sharks tracked during the Basking Shark Satellite Tagging Project tended to spend most of their summer in the Sea of the Hebrides and returned to the same area the following year, according to the final project report published by Scottish Natural... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tagging project confirms Sea of the Hebrides importance to basking sharksA pioneering three-year project to learn some of the secrets of Scotland's bask
Tagging project confirms Sea of the Hebrides importance to basking sharks
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
A pioneering three-year project to learn some of the secrets of Scotland's basking sharks by using satellite tag technology has shown an area off the west coast to be truly important for these giant fish. Sharks tracked during the Basking Shark... Read more
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Science Daily
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change: The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracted by localized land management, a new research paper has suggestedThe harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracte
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change: The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracted by localized land management, a new research paper has suggested
Science Daily / Posted 18 days ago
The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracted by localised land management, a new research paper has suggested. Scientists from the University of Exeter have suggested that habitats could be controlled through... Read more
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PhysOrg
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counterac
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracted by localised land management, a new research paper has suggested. Scientists from the... Read more
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New Kerala
Promiscuity cuts successful mating chancesLondon, Jan 20 : Mating with a large number of partners may not be as good an i
Promiscuity cuts successful mating chances
New Kerala / Posted 18 days ago
London, Jan 20 : Mating with a large number of partners may not be as good an indicator of success as it appears, a research has shown. Scientists from the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus in Cornwall found that men who mate with multiple... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
People with early-stage dementia benefit from 'self-management' group sessionsPeople with early-stage dementia benefit when they are empowered to manage thei
People with early-stage dementia benefit from 'self-management' group sessions
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
People with early-stage dementia benefit when they are empowered to manage their own condition, a study led by researchers at the University of Exeter has found. Research involving Bangor University and published in the journal International... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Negative words from mums, not dads, have worst impact on self-image: Singapore studySINGAPORE: Negative comments made by Singaporean mothers have a greater impact
Negative words from mums, not dads, have worst impact on self-image: Singapore study
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 days ago
SINGAPORE: Negative comments made by Singaporean mothers have a greater impact on their children’s self-image than comments made by Singaporean fathers, which have no such impact, a study found. The study comes at a time when the number of young... Read more
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Science Daily
Easier diagnosis for fungal infection of the lungsThe spores of the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus are tiny, everywhere in the air
Easier diagnosis for fungal infection of the lungs
Science Daily / Posted 19 days ago
The spores of the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus are tiny, everywhere in the air and breathed in by humans every day. They do not usually cause a problem for healthy people as their immune systems kill the spores before they can grow and infect the... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
New imaging technique aids earlier diagnosis of fungal lung infectionGerman and Swiss medical engineers collaborated with their counterparts at the
New imaging technique aids earlier diagnosis of fungal lung infection
Bel Marra Health / Posted 19 days ago
German and Swiss medical engineers collaborated with their counterparts at the University of Exeter to develop a new clinical imaging method. This new diagnostic technique would help doctors detect the spores of the fungus, Aspergillus fumigatus,... Read more
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PhysOrg
New study gives squirrels plenty of food for thoughtSquirrels had to work out which lever to pull or push to make the hazelnut drop
New study gives squirrels plenty of food for thought
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
Squirrels had to work out which lever to pull or push to make the hazelnut drop to the floor so that they could eat it. Credit: Shutterstock The age-old adage that 'practice makes perfect' has been found to illustrate how the humble grey squirrel... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New clinical imaging method may enable doctors to tackle lung infectionsA new clinical imaging method developed in collaboration with a University of E
New clinical imaging method may enable doctors to tackle lung infections
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
A new clinical imaging method developed in collaboration with a University of Exeter academic may enable doctors to tackle one of the main killers of patients with weakened immune systems sooner and more effectively. The spores of the fungus... Read more
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PhysOrg
Media coverage focusing on slim majority of the Conservative Party influences voter perceptionsThe research team surveyed 1,830 people from 600 Parliamentary constituencies t
Media coverage focusing on slim majority of the Conservative Party influences voter perceptions
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
The research team surveyed 1,830 people from 600 Parliamentary constituencies to gauge their opinion about the performance of the new Conservative Government. Credit: Shutterstock Voters who read media reports highlighting the slim Parliamentary... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Could a good night's sleep help ward off the January blues?The third Monday in January has become known as "Blue Monday" because, we are t
Could a good night's sleep help ward off the January blues?
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
The third Monday in January has become known as "Blue Monday" because, we are told, it is the most depressing day of the year. Indeed a recent study by the University of Exeter shows that the loss in workplace productivity on Blue Monday could cost... Read more
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Quartz
A pioneer in renewable energy is inexplicably abandoning the cause - Quartz slash and burn By most accounts, this is likely to be an incredible
A pioneer in renewable energy is inexplicably abandoning the cause
Quartz / Posted 20 days ago
- Quartz slash and burn By most accounts, this is likely to be an incredible year for investment in renewables just... Read more
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Daily Record
These 10 cute animal pictures will definitely cheer you up this Blue MondayIt's supposedly the most depressing day of the year today. The term is used to
These 10 cute animal pictures will definitely cheer you up this Blue Monday
Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
It's supposedly the most depressing day of the year today. The term is used to describe the third Monday of January, which is thought to be the most depressing day of the year. Adorable: Hopefully this polar bear rolling on a frozen lake will cheer... Read more
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New Kerala
Social values of migrants shift over a single generationLondon, Jan 18 : Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly ov
Social values of migrants shift over a single generation
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
London, Jan 18 : Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly over a single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicated. "This study should allay fears that migrants... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Is Blue Monday real? Here's the 'science' behind the most depressing day of 2016We may have just had the most wonderful time of the year but it's almost time f
Is Blue Monday real? Here's the 'science' behind the most depressing day of 2016
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
We may have just had the most wonderful time of the year but it's almost time for what's branded the most miserable. In simple terms there isn't really any valid proof that Blue Monday is real. Research: There is no valid scientific evidence that... Read more
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Science Daily
Migrant values adapt over just one generation: Migrants' thinking styles, social values rapidly shift over single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicatedA study led by the University of Exeter has concluded that the children of peop
Migrant values adapt over just one generation: Migrants' thinking styles, social values rapidly shift over single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicated
Science Daily / Posted 20 days ago
A study led by the University of Exeter has concluded that the children of people who migrated to the UK tend to think and reason in a way that is more typical of the wider UK population. The research allays fears that migrating communities will fail... Read more
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Daily Star
Blue Monday: Tomorrow could be the worst day of the yearBLUES: The third Monday of January is supposedly the worst day of the year The
Blue Monday: Tomorrow could be the worst day of the year
Daily Star / Posted 21 days ago
BLUES: The third Monday of January is supposedly the worst day of the year The third Monday of January is supposedly the day where everyone is most down. Psychologist Dr Cliff Arnall worked out a formula in 2005 that found why the day was so... Read more
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Science Daily
Mothers' comments linked to eating disorders in Asian young adults: The first study to look at the influence of Asian parents on their young adult child's body dissatisfaction levels and disordered eating in Singapore has found significant differences with Western cultureThe study was carried out by a research collaboration between the University of
Mothers' comments linked to eating disorders in Asian young adults: The first study to look at the influence of Asian parents on their young adult child's body dissatisfaction levels and disordered eating in Singapore has found significant differences with Western culture
Science Daily / Posted 23 days ago
The study was carried out by a research collaboration between the University of Exeter Medical School, James Cook University, Singapore and the Australian National University. It found that negative comments made by mothers had more impact on their... Read more
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Gazette
Gloucestershire and partners to host team in first ever Women's Cricket Super League this summerA CONSORTIUM including Gloucestershire Cricket have won the right to host a sid
Gloucestershire and partners to host team in first ever Women's Cricket Super League this summer
Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
A CONSORTIUM including Gloucestershire Cricket have won the right to host a side in the first Women's Cricket Super League this summer. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced that a South West consortium consisting of... Read more
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This is West Country
Somerset consortium successful in bid for ECB South West Women’s Super League cricket franchiseSOMERSET’S consortium bid - alongside Gloucestershire CCC and the University of
Somerset consortium successful in bid for ECB South West Women’s Super League cricket franchise
This is West Country / Posted 24 days ago
SOMERSET’S consortium bid - alongside Gloucestershire CCC and the University of Exeter - to secure a South West team to compete in the ECB Women’s Super League, has been successful. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the six... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Lancashire awarded Women's Super League team by ECB for 2016Lancashire have won the right to host a team in this year's inaugural Women's S
Lancashire awarded Women's Super League team by ECB for 2016
Manchester Evening News / Posted 24 days ago
Lancashire have won the right to host a team in this year's inaugural Women's Super League. The bid, which was put together by the Lancashire Cricket Board, is one of just six to have been awarded a side. They are joined by Yorkshire, Hampshire,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Global warming 'delays next ice age by 50,000 years'Andrey Ganopolski, lead author of the study, published in the journal Nature, s
Global warming 'delays next ice age by 50,000 years'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Andrey Ganopolski, lead author of the study, published in the journal Nature, said that over the past million years the world had gone through glacial cycles, lasting about 100,000 years each. In each cycle, roughly 80,000 to 90,000 years were an... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, a
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
The UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, according to new rankings. It shows that in terms of foreign staff and students, the UK is seeing off competition from nations including Australia, Switzerland and the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, a
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 24 days ago
The UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, according to new rankings. It shows that in terms of foreign staff and students, the UK is seeing off competition from nations including Australia, Switzerland and the... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, a
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
The UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, according to new rankings. It shows that in terms of foreign staff and students, the UK is seeing off competition from nations including Australia, Switzerland and the... Read more
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Northern Echo
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe highest is Imperial College London in 10th place, followed by Oxford and Un
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
Northern Echo / Posted 24 days ago
The highest is Imperial College London in 10th place, followed by Oxford and University College London in joint 18th, King's College London in 20th place and Essex University at number 21. Also making the top 25 are The London School of Economics... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, a
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
The UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, according to new rankings. It shows that in terms of foreign staff and students, the UK is seeing off competition from nations including Australia, Switzerland and the... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere elseThe UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, a
World rankings show UK has more 'international' universities than anywhere else
Kingston Guardian / Posted 24 days ago
The UK has more "international" universities than anywhere else in the world, according to new rankings. It shows that in terms of foreign staff and students, the UK is seeing off competition from nations including Australia, Switzerland and the... Read more
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