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2015/03/28 17:07
2015/03/28 17:07
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PARIS: Expert opinions on the potential link between depression and the suspected mass murder-suicide of a Germanwings co-pilot who flew an Airbus into the French Alps Tuesday, killing all 150 people...
2015/03/28 17:07
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2015/03/28 12:05
2015/03/28 12:05
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Born and raised in London, I am a student at the University of Exeter studying politics and international relations with a particular focus on the Africa region. My passions include blogging, policy...
2015/03/28 01:39
2015/03/28 01:39
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And now for the big reveal: The envelopes, please. Yes, those ones, covered in distinctive black handwriting, with three envelopes encasing each letter, the better to ensure privacy and...
2015/03/26 16:31
2015/03/26 16:31
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TWO rising research stars at the University of Exeter Medical School have been awarded prestigious Sir Henry Dale Fellowships. Dr Sarah Flanagan and Dr Rachel Freathy have both received the award, in...
2015/03/25 13:44
2015/03/25 13:44
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A study, published today in the journal Nature Climate Change, has for the first time analysed how Twitter, TV and newspapers reported the IPCC's climate evidence. Understanding how media coverage...
2015/03/24 08:09
2015/03/24 08:09
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Experts at Devon Wildlife Trust, which has been given a licence to monitor and manage the population, said they were ''delighted and relieved'' that the beavers were disease-free and were being...
2015/03/23 19:45
2015/03/23 19:45
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... never thought of looking for plastic," said Javier Gomez Fernandez, a biologist at Singapore University of Technology and Design. His team's accidental finding of plastic in the skin of both...
2015/03/23 18:42
2015/03/23 18:42
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The research, carried out by the Universities of Exeter, Zurich, Stanford and Chicago is published in the journal Nature Climate Change and shows that the prospect of an uncertain future tipping point...
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2015/03/21 16:42
2015/03/21 16:42
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When Andrew Hamilton joins New York University as president next year, he’ll inherit some challenging circumstances. Faculty members feel disenfranchised and underpaid, and the institution’s expansion...
2015/03/19 12:36
2015/03/19 12:36
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Budleigh Reserves fail student exams Thursday, March 19, 2015 Budleigh Salterton Reserves took a short bus ride up the Exeter Road to Topsham for a Premier Division match against a University of...
2015/03/19 08:11
2015/03/19 08:11
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What does it mean when fanatics attack relics and mosaics? Simply put, a jihadist front may be expanding to engulf Tunisia in chaos as it has done in neighbouring Libya. There are three possible...
2015/03/18 15:39
2015/03/18 15:39
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A RESEARCHER has launched a bid to analyse friendships between flamingos at Slimbridge. Paul Rose, a PhD student at the University of Exeter in the Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, has been...
2015/03/16 19:21
2015/03/16 19:21
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Are streetlamps really such a bright idea? Light pollution is affecting plant growth and and insect numbers Researchers from the University of Exeter simulated the effects of street lighting on...
2015/03/16 16:44
2015/03/16 16:44
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The research, published in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, found that the activity of soprano pipistrelle, noctule and serotine bats was similar or lower in areas with...
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2015/03/16 15:51
2015/03/16 15:51
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Standing up for the truth about homeopathy and Nazi medicine Edzard Ernst on writing his memoir ‘A Scientist in Wonderland’ Edzard Ernst: ‘When science is abused, hijacked or distorted in order to...
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2015/03/16 05:08
2015/03/16 05:08
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What's This?An iceberg melts in Kulusuk, Greenland near the arctic circle. Image: John Mcconnico/Associated Press Before the summer of 2010, Moscow had never recorded a triple-digit temperature,...
2015/03/14 13:09
2015/03/14 13:09
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Some universities are loath to comment on their dropout rates, embarrassed, perhaps, by the reality. But others are more proactive from the start, aiming to improve retention rates before it gets too...
2015/03/14 11:11
2015/03/14 11:11
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Doha, Qatar - The fourth anniversary of the birth of the Syrian revolt may be an opportune moment for Middle East mavens to take stock of the Arab Spring phenomenon and examine its competing...
2015/03/13 22:11
2015/03/13 22:11
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Heads of state, global chief executives and delegates from more than a hundred countries are attending a foreign investor conference in Egypt. The three-day event is being hosted by Egyptian...
2015/03/12 18:43
2015/03/12 18:43
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Bacteria have many industrial uses including the production of cheese and yoghurt, paper making, biogas and the synthetic production of hormones like insulin. Viral infections of these bacterial...
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2015/03/28 17:07
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