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2014/04/19 08:00
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Bacterial diseases cause millions of deaths every year. Most of these bacteria were benign at some point in their evolutionary past, and we don’t always understand what turned them into...
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2014/04/16 19:51
2014/04/16 19:51
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Nick Knowles and Adam Frost meet the Glamorous Gardening Grannies[RHS CHRIS BULL] It is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion the RHS-backed National Gardening Week has...
2014/04/14 21:39
2014/04/14 21:39
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Bacterial diseases cause millions of deaths every year. Most of these bacteria were benign at some point in their evolutionary past, and we don't always understand what turned them into...
2014/04/14 21:27
2014/04/14 21:27
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A new executive director (ED) has been hired for The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford. Sheila Perry, who will begin in mid-June, takes over from previous ED Suzanne Greening, who left for a similar...
2014/04/14 20:17
2014/04/14 20:17
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It may be the year of the horse according to the Chinese calendar, but it's starting to feel rather more like the year of the rat. Pictures of ratcatchers holding monstrous beasts they have got the...
2014/04/13 22:17
2014/04/13 22:17
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It's almost two feet long from nose to tail – and this giant rat could be the terrifying shape of things to come for many British cities. Experts believe it is just part of a growing plague of mutant...
2014/04/13 02:09
2014/04/13 02:09
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This is just one example of myriad new business uses of satellite technology as Scotland's commercial space industry is all systems go. The micro-satellite industry - or cube satellite - is set to...
2014/04/11 16:25
2014/04/11 16:25
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Staff working at the Internet Archive in San Francisco When a group of investigative reporters was raided last month in Crimea by masked gunmen, they made an unlikely call: to a group of archivists...
2014/04/11 15:09
2014/04/11 15:09
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He particularly disliked “milk bars”, in which he believed he could detect “a sort of spiritual dry-rot amid the odour of boiled milk”. The influence of what he called “the mass publicists” was so...
2014/04/11 15:09
2014/04/11 15:09
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While The Secret Diary was devoured by teenagers looking for fiction that accurately reflected their own experiences, Adrian Mole was also a sufficiently convincing Everyman to appeal to other...
2014/04/09 16:46
2014/04/09 16:46
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An extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth uncovered in Siberia was revealed to the public for the first time this week in Japan. While the baby female is not the first mammoth to be recently...
2014/04/09 12:39
2014/04/09 12:39
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... —Key components for a new type of camera that will collect only the faintest, fastest flashes of light in the night sky are being assembled and tested now at SLAC. Their eventual...
2014/04/08 05:57
2014/04/08 05:57
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The National Institute of Higher Education has partnered with the University of Leicester to initiate a new science education programme that would see secondary school students monitoring and studying...
2014/04/05 00:41
2014/04/05 00:41
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Hollywood blockbuster tackles a story that always intrigues, writes Dan Buckley. IT is hard to know which is the more challenging: The sight of a burly eco-warrior in the form of Russell Crowe...
2014/04/04 23:49
2014/04/04 23:49
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A very British Irishness Panellists participating in today’s conference on being Irish in Britain explain what it means to them Sat, Apr 5, 2014, 00:00 As the UK prepares for the historic state...
2014/04/04 09:08
2014/04/04 09:08
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Heart disease and infection are major complications and the leading causes of death in patients with chronic kidney disease. It is now well established that immune system dysfunction is involved in...
2014/04/04 08:38
2014/04/04 08:38
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New study suggests Noah's Ark would have floated with all the animals on board Melbourne, Apr 4 : Physicists have claimed that based on the weight of the beasts and the buoyancy of the boat, Noah's...
2014/04/04 00:21
2014/04/04 00:21
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Bad news for Miley: Researchers find to act like a wrecking ball, a person would have to travel at 316mph and risk serious injury (and yes, it really was a scientific study) University of Leicester...
2014/04/03 21:18
2014/04/03 21:18
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She said: "Our Roy, formally known as William Roy Pemberton, was born on 18 January 1966. "He was the youngest sibling and extra special, as he was the only boy within an extended family to carry on...
2014/04/03 16:06
2014/04/03 16:06
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The artist Edward Hicks' 1846 interpretation of Noah's Ark, housed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Darren Aronofsky's retelling of the Biblical story of Noah and the flood is leading a lot of...
2014/04/19 08:00
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