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2014/12/21 12:37
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The University of Exeter Business School analysed more than 125,000 cases of workers across the lowest pay grade in a very large FTSE company, focusing on the lowest-paid, low-skilled and often...
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2014/12/19 13:24
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Rik Mayall c.1981, in “A Kick up the Eighties”. Photo: BBC In what must be something of a record, my tears started at around fifty seconds in to Lord of Misrule, BBC2’s Rik Mayall tribute (which airs...
2014/12/18 22:46
2014/12/18 22:46
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Photo: NBC NewsWire/Getty Images Marissa Mayer is in trouble. The multimillionaire former Google executive had hoped to be the captain to right the ship, à la Steve Jobs at Apple. But instead she...
2014/12/17 15:44
2014/12/17 15:44
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Research led by the University of Exeter has shown that individuals have evolved to be overly influenced by their neighbours, rather than rely on their own instinct. As a result, groups become less...
2014/12/16 13:56
2014/12/16 13:56
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The son of one of the victims of serial murderer Colin Norris has told how he is “sad and upset” at claims the killer could be innocent. John Barrie Wilby, 70, is the son of Vera Wilby, who was...
2014/12/16 12:39
2014/12/16 12:39
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Scientists at the University of York have played a key role in new research into the way 'mother' plants use their memory of the seasons to teach their seeds the most advantageous time to...
2014/12/15 21:38
2014/12/15 21:38
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A new study has revealed that training older people in the use of social media improves cognitive capacity, increases a sense of self-competence and could have a beneficial overall impact on mental...
2014/12/15 19:39
2014/12/15 19:39
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Sony has officially put media outlets on notice: Keep sharing the company’s private information with the public and risk legal action for damages. More Related to this Story On Sunday, Sony lawyer...
2014/12/15 18:42
2014/12/15 18:42
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The study 'My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place attachments and ideological beliefs upon climate change attitudes and opinions' found that individuals with stronger...
2014/12/15 18:31
2014/12/15 18:31
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Led by a team at the University of Exeter Medical School, the research has found that a failure by residents to heat and ventilate retrofitted properties could lead to more people developing the...
2014/12/15 14:41
2014/12/15 14:41
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Students from the University of Exeter are helping a family-run Cornish business reduce their carbon footprint by embracing the renewables revolution. The Renewable Energy undergraduates from...
2014/12/15 14:18
2014/12/15 14:18
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DUBAI (Reuters) - Looking frail, Oman's Sultan Qaboos appeared on television last month to reassure his people about his health. But after a long absence abroad for medical treatment, many Omanis are...
2014/12/14 18:21
2014/12/14 18:21
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Older people should use Facebook and other social media to prevent decline in health, study finds People aged 65-95 took part in the study by the University of Exeter The group felt more confident...
2014/12/13 11:27
2014/12/13 11:27
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Social media training boosts well-being of elders Learning to connect with family members residing in distant countries through Skype, liking their pictures on Facebook and related use of such social...
2014/12/12 11:55
2014/12/12 11:55
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Research finds link between energy efficient homes and asthma The drive for energy efficient homes could increase asthma risks, according to new research by the University of Exeter Medical...
2014/12/12 10:38
2014/12/12 10:38
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People living in more energy efficient homes have a greater risk of asthma, new research has found. "We have found that adults living in energy efficient social housing may have an increased risk of...
2014/12/11 13:25
2014/12/11 13:25
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Research published since then suggest my efforts might have been in vain, at least in part. The post might have changed some minds, but it seems unlikely to have led legions of people to race to get...
2014/12/11 11:26
2014/12/11 11:26
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PIONEERING new research by the University of Exeter could revolutionise global diagnostic procedures for one of the most common forms of epilepsy. Scientists from Exeter have investigated using...
2014/12/10 18:21
2014/12/10 18:21
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Snails learn survival skills BEFORE they are born: Embryos can be taught to sense predators while still in the egg It's long been known that humans and birds can recognise sounds while they are still...
2014/12/10 13:29
2014/12/10 13:29
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Last week, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine launched the Ebola Response Anthropology Platform (ERAP), in partnership with the Institute of Development Studies and the University of...
2014/12/21 12:37
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