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2015/05/29 01:28
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Beyond the Middle East: The Rohingya GenocideFriday, 29 May 2015, 12:49 pmArticle: Ramzy BaroudBeyond the Middle East: The Rohingya GenocideBy Ramzy Baroud“Nope, nope, nope,” was Australia’s Prime...
2015/05/29 01:28
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2015/05/28 11:17
2015/05/28 11:17
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Will Young has blasted Nicky Morgan, describing her as "dead behind the eyes" and "a piece of work" In an interview with The Guardian, the Pop Idol star slammed Morgan, saying that he had met a...
2015/05/27 10:35
2015/05/27 10:35
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The UK’s top 25 universities revealed A new ranking of the UK’s top universities has seen Coventry overtake Edinburgh and York at no. 15 – the highest spot ever occupied by a former polytechnic. Top...
2015/05/26 23:34
2015/05/26 23:34
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A PIONEERING international study has found climate geoengineering might be the only way to save coral reefs from destructive mass bleaching. University of Queensland professor Peter Mumby said rising...
2015/05/26 10:55
2015/05/26 10:55
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A new study of the effect of microbreaks on productivity finds that glancing at a grassy rooftop for only 40 seconds markedly boosts concentration on attention-sapping mental tasks. The researchers...
2015/05/26 09:38
2015/05/26 09:38
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Pakistani family's study reveals how Omega 3 helps brain grow A research conducted among the members of a large family from rural Pakistan has revealed the crucial role of essential fatty acids in...
2015/05/26 09:12
2015/05/26 09:12
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Coventry University has nudged past many of its Russell Group peers to reach the highest position ever achieved by a former polytechnic in the Guardian league table of universities. Coventry reached...
2015/05/25 05:39
2015/05/25 05:39
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In Australia for the opening of his exhibition The Panic Office at Carriageworks in Sydney, Stanley Donwood – the man Thom Yorke has called “the seventh member” of Radiohead – spoke to SIMONE ULBALDI...
2015/05/23 15:45
2015/05/23 15:45
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We're living in a golden age of happiness -- the scientific study of happiness, at least. The field of positive psychology has exploded in growth since its inception in 1998, dramatically increasing...
2015/05/21 23:03
2015/05/21 23:03
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Every 15 May is a trigger for a journey back in time. And for an unfathomable reason each such journey conjures up a different aspect of the Nakba, the “Catastrophe” that saw the Palestinians...
2015/05/21 16:44
2015/05/21 16:44
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Multidirectional cephalopods By shortening and lengthening just one of their eight arms at a time, octopuses can propel themselves in any direction, but there is no regular rhythm to their movements,...
2015/05/18 16:39
2015/05/18 16:39
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Long range weather forecasts and climate change projections could be significantly boosted by advances in our understanding of the relationship between layers of the Earth's atmosphere—the...
2015/05/18 12:08
2015/05/18 12:08
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No one health issue has the most impact on human health, or engenders more debate about how to tackle it, than obesity. It has become the scourge of the health agenda, especially in the west, and it...
2015/05/17 11:37
2015/05/17 11:37
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Scientists at the University of Exeter Medical School found superbugs in the water at beaches around the country deemed safe for swimming. They monitored the water ingested during water sports and...
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2015/05/15 16:37
2015/05/15 16:37
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Scientists have so far struggled to track the endangered fish, meaning that very little is known about the species. But all this is about to change – thanks to the amount of plankton found in UK...
2015/05/14 14:17
2015/05/14 14:17
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Online student newspaper, The Tab, polled 8,000 students across Britain. It took the narcotic crown from the University of Leeds, which topped the chart two years ago, but, with a score of 82%, has...
2015/05/14 14:08
2015/05/14 14:08
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Pollution from historic mining activities in south west England has led to a reduction in genetic diversity of brown trout according to new research from the University of Exeter. The findings, which...
2015/05/14 11:36
2015/05/14 11:36
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Budleigh CC pitch hit by the rainThe Ottermouth home of Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club in mid May! The Ottermouth home of Budleigh Salterton once again looks set not to be able to host cricket this...
2015/05/14 05:08
2015/05/14 05:08
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Offenders enrolled in alcohol treatment programmes as part of their sentence are significantly less likely to be charged or reconvicted in the 12 months following their programme, a study led by...
2015/05/13 09:34
2015/05/13 09:34
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Material could be used for textile GPS systems, biomedical monitoring, and personal security. Wearable technology is set to revolutionise the clothing industry, as researchers have created the...
2015/05/29 01:28
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