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AllAfrica.com
Pat Utomi At 60 - Celebration of Service, ExcellenceSometimes, it is a daunting task to present a tribute to a man who has covered
Pat Utomi At 60 - Celebration of Service, Excellence
AllAfrica.com / Posted 42 minutes ago
Sometimes, it is a daunting task to present a tribute to a man who has covered extensive areas of human endeavour, spanning several decades; difficult because he has provided service in the most honest and dedicated manner, in an environment filled... Read more
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Daily Mail
Happy music tricks the brain into thinking colours are more vibrantCheerful tunes help us look on the bright side of life: Whether it is Pharrel
Happy music tricks the brain into thinking colours are more vibrant
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
Cheerful tunes help us look on the bright side of life: Whether it is Pharrell Williams or ABBA, upbeat music cheers people up Positive music made grey squares seem brighter than... Read more
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The Scientist
Sighted MicrobeseLIFE (VIA EUREKALERT)A cyanobacterial cell acts like an eye, refracting light
Sighted Microbes
The Scientist / Posted 22 hours ago
eLIFE (VIA EUREKALERT)A cyanobacterial cell acts like an eye, refracting light onto the cell membrane in a similar way to how the lens of a human eye refracts light onto the retina, according to a study published yesterday (February 9) in eLife. The... Read more
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The Financial Express
Watch out! Bacteria can see like human beingsIt has taken scientists over 300 years to finally figure out how bacteria “see”
Watch out! Bacteria can see like human beings
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
It has taken scientists over 300 years to finally figure out how bacteria “see” their world, and they do it in a remarkably similar way to us. The team of British and German researchers revealed how bacterial cells act as the equivalent of a... Read more
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Rappler
2016 elections: How much can a presidential candidate spend?The campaign period for president, vice president, senator, and party-list grou
2016 elections: How much can a presidential candidate spend?
Rappler / Posted yesterday
The campaign period for president, vice president, senator, and party-list groups started Tuesday, February 9. The campaign period for candidates for member of the House of Representatives and elective regional, provincial, city, and municipal... Read more
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New Kerala
Watch out! Bacteria can see like human beingsLondon, Feb 10 : It has taken scientists over 300 years to finally figure out h
Watch out! Bacteria can see like human beings
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
London, Feb 10 : It has taken scientists over 300 years to finally figure out how bacteria "see" their world, and they do it in a remarkably similar way to us. The team of British and German researchers revealed how bacterial cells act as the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Space statistics prove just how small we areSWANNELL: Please feel free to ignore the numbers in this column. They are just
Space statistics prove just how small we are
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
SWANNELL: Please feel free to ignore the numbers in this column. They are just me trying to show how smart I am. Sitting as near as I can afford it to the front of a big plane flown by a good pilot with a good airline is what I like doing. A gin... Read more
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NBC News
Bacteria Have Ability to 'See,' Eye-Opening Study FindsBacteria can see, using their entire one-celled selves as a tiny camera lens to
Bacteria Have Ability to 'See,' Eye-Opening Study Finds
NBC News / Posted yesterday
Bacteria can see, using their entire one-celled selves as a tiny camera lens to focus light, researchers reported Tuesday. The ability goes beyond just a vague sense of where the light is, and allows the one-celled organisms to find just the right... Read more
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PhysOrg
Starfish reveal the origins of brain messenger moleculesMagnificent star, a member of Paxillosida. Credit: Dr. Dwayne Meadows, NOAA/NMF
Starfish reveal the origins of brain messenger molecules
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Magnificent star, a member of Paxillosida. Credit: Dr. Dwayne Meadows, NOAA/NMFS/OPR Biologists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have discovered the genes in starfish that encode neuropeptides - a common type of chemical found in human... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists have discovered that bacteria can see, solving a 300-old mysteryScientists have discovered that bacteria can see, solving a 300-year-old myster
Scientists have discovered that bacteria can see, solving a 300-old mystery
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Scientists have discovered that bacteria can see, solving a 300-year-old mystery | Irish Examiner Scientists have discovered that bacteria can see, solving a 300-year-old mystery Tuesday, February 09, 2016 - 07:59 pm Lowly bacteria can “see” in... Read more
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Times of Malta
Bacteria can see, say scientists, solving 300-year-old mysteryLowly bacteria can "see" in much the same way as humans, research has shown. E
Bacteria can see, say scientists, solving 300-year-old mystery
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Lowly bacteria can "see" in much the same way as humans, research has shown. Each bacterial cell acts as a microscopic eyeball or fibre optic filament, scientists said. The discovery solves a mystery that has vexed scientists for more than 300... Read more
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express
Twisted website attracts 225,000 UK students to become ‘sugar babies’ for rich men HUNDREDS of thousands of students are signing up to a dating site to become ‘
Twisted website attracts 225,000 UK students to become ‘sugar babies’ for rich men
express / Posted 2 days ago
HUNDREDS of thousands of students are signing up to a dating site to become ‘sugar babies’ and live a glamorous lifestyle paid for by wealthy businessmen. 225,000 UK... Read more
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PhysOrg
Slime can see: Scientists discover that slime-forming bacteria act as optical objectsBacteria are optical objects, each cell acting like a microscopic eyeball or th
Slime can see: Scientists discover that slime-forming bacteria act as optical objects
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Bacteria are optical objects, each cell acting like a microscopic eyeball or the world's oldest and smallest camera eye. Credit: eLife After more than 300 years of looking, scientists have figured out how bacteria "see" their world. And they do it in... Read more
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express
Quit the EU to SAVE our NHS: Top doctor says migrants are bleeding it dry BRITAIN should leave the EU in order to save an NHS which is being overrun by
Quit the EU to SAVE our NHS: Top doctor says migrants are bleeding it dry
express / Posted 2 days ago
BRITAIN should leave the EU in order to save an NHS which is being overrun by migrants, according to a top cancer specialist. Calls have been made to quit the EU to save the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Archives released by LSE reveal BR Ambedkar’s time as a scholarThat BR Ambedkar was a bright student is known, but what did American and Briti
Archives released by LSE reveal BR Ambedkar’s time as a scholar
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 days ago
That BR Ambedkar was a bright student is known, but what did American and British academics say about his credentials? Archival documents released by the London School of Economics (LSE) cast new light on the iconic leader’s student days here. After... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Eliana Inspires Eliazer, En EspañolEliazer asked Eliana Matalon in Spanish how to deal with the memories — of gang
Eliana Inspires Eliazer, En Español
New Haven Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Eliazer asked Eliana Matalon in Spanish how to deal with the memories — of gangs snatching people and killing them in front of him — that he has of trying to get from Guatemala to the United States. Matalon, a Holocaust survivor, replied in the same... Read more
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Daily Mail
TS Eliot's guilt at the 'hideous farce' of the poet's first marriageTS Eliot was tormented by guilt as he tried to end 'hideous farce' of his first
TS Eliot's guilt at the 'hideous farce' of the poet's first marriage
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
TS Eliot was tormented by guilt as he tried to end 'hideous farce' of his first marriage, newly published letters reveal Modernist poet was married to his first wife Vivienne for 18 years Their relationship broke up while she was suffering from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Guinness Appoints Omobola Johnson As Non-Executive DirectorGuinness Nigeria Plc has announced the appointment of Dr Omobola Johnson as a n
Guinness Appoints Omobola Johnson As Non-Executive Director
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Guinness Nigeria Plc has announced the appointment of Dr Omobola Johnson as a non-executive director of the company. In a press release, the company said, "An experienced ICT policy professional, Johnson brings to the board over 30 years of... Read more
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Times of Malta
When reason is lostRecently we commemorated the 71st anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. M
When reason is lost
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
Recently we commemorated the 71st anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. My Facebook newsfeed was peppered with photos and statues that all carried the same theme: Lest We Forget. I sat backand thought for a moment: since the end of World War... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
TS Eliot letters reveal anguish over failure of first marriageTS Eliot’s desperation to escape the “hideous farce” of his first marriage to V
TS Eliot letters reveal anguish over failure of first marriage
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
TS Eliot’s desperation to escape the “hideous farce” of his first marriage to Vivien Haigh-Wood and her refusal to believe their relationship had reached its final chapter have been revealed in previously unpublished letters. The full extent of... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
An American’s JourneyThe Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN - Growing up in a hardworking family on the west s
An American’s Journey
The Leader-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN - Growing up in a hardworking family on the west side of Johnstown, William Fioravanti always knew he shared a special kind of kinship with his grandfather - Guglielmo Fioravanti, an Italian immigrant who had a love of... Read more
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Boston Globe
WIRETAPS-BRITISHWASHINGTON — If US and British negotiators have their way, MI5, the British dom
WIRETAPS-BRITISH
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
WASHINGTON — If US and British negotiators have their way, MI5, the British domestic security service, could one day go directly to American companies like Facebook or Google with a wiretap order for the online chats of British suspects in a... Read more
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TribLIVE
British spies seek easier access to data on U.S. networks | TribLIVE Neighborhoods WASHINGTON — If American and British negotiators
British spies seek easier access to data on U.S. networks
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods WASHINGTON — If American and British negotiators have their way, MI5, the British domestic security... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Future of education, jobs and economySaturday, 6 February 2016, 2:45 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityUnderstanding
Future of education, jobs and economy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
Saturday, 6 February 2016, 2:45 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityUnderstanding the global economic forces that determine whether a tertiary degree will result in a job – let... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Eliana Inspires Eliazer, En EspañolEliazer asked Eliana Matalon in Spanish how to deal with the memories — of gang
Eliana Inspires Eliazer, En Español
New Haven Independent / Posted 5 days ago
Eliazer asked Eliana Matalon in Spanish how to deal with the memories — of gangs snatching people and killing them in front of him —that he has of trying to get from Guatemala to the United States. Matalon, a Holocaust survivor, replied in the same... Read more
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The Register
Brit spies want rights to wiretap and snoop on US companies' serversThe US and UK authorities are holding secret negotiations that would allow Brit
Brit spies want rights to wiretap and snoop on US companies' servers
The Register / Posted 5 days ago
The US and UK authorities are holding secret negotiations that would allow British domestic spies to tap into servers in the Land of the FreeTM when investigating Her Majesty's citizens. Currently, MI5 agents – who primarily tackle bad guys on... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Which way will Surrey sway on 'Brexit'? 5 figures have their sayIn or out? Either way, the UK’s relationship with the European Union will soon
Which way will Surrey sway on 'Brexit'? 5 figures have their say
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
In or out? Either way, the UK’s relationship with the European Union will soon undergo a substantial change. The prime minister has emerged from negotiations with a draft deal he is desperately trying to defend before the February 18/19... Read more
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Science Daily
Emergency blood transfusions for major trauma need to be more rapid, consistent: Only 2 percent of patients with life-threatening bleeding after serious injury receive optimal blood transfusion therapy in England and Wales, according to researchThe study estimates that nearly 5,000 trauma patients sustain major hemorrhage
Emergency blood transfusions for major trauma need to be more rapid, consistent: Only 2 percent of patients with life-threatening bleeding after serious injury receive optimal blood transfusion therapy in England and Wales, according to research
Science Daily / Posted 5 days ago
The study estimates that nearly 5,000 trauma patients sustain major hemorrhage in England and Wales each year and that one-third of those die. The research spotlights how delays in blood transfusion practices may contribute to this high death... Read more
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examiner.com
Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Take this simple testEducation is much in the news these days. With parents fretting over Common Cor
Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Take this simple test
examiner.com / Posted 5 days ago
Education is much in the news these days. With parents fretting over Common Core and lower test scores, some people fear that the future of our society is in jeopardy. If you're looking for a reason to be optimistic, you might find it in this simple... Read more
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Daily Mail
Inside the glamorous world of one of Africa's richest familiesLavish parties, nights at the opera and dinner with Valentino: Inside the VERY
Inside the glamorous world of one of Africa's richest families
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Lavish parties, nights at the opera and dinner with Valentino: Inside the VERY glamorous world of the Nigerian socialite sisters set to inherit millions Temi Otedola, 19, is daughter of energy tycoon Femi Otedola Business man Femi is worth an... Read more
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Perth Now
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparentlyNATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparently
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as they can’t figure out which direction the bus is going. It’s a commonly used brain teaser which tests schoolchildren’s logic skills and the majority are able to solve it... Read more
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Herald Sun
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparentlyNATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparently
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as they can’t figure out which direction the bus is going. It’s a commonly used brain teaser which tests schoolchildren’s logic skills and the majority are able to solve it... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparentlyWhich way is the bus travelling? Puzzle stumps adults, but kids get it instantl
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparently
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Which way is the bus travelling? Puzzle stumps adults, but kids get it instantly | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle... Read more
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News.com.au
Which way is the bus travelling?Is it going left or right? NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is
Which way is the bus travelling?
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Is it going left or right? NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as they can’t figure out which direction the bus is going. It’s a commonly used brain teaser which tests schoolchildren’s logic skills and the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparentlyNATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as
Only children can solve this puzzle, apparently
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as they can’t figure out which direction the bus is going. It’s a commonly used brain teaser which tests schoolchildren’s logic skills and the majority are able to solve it... Read more
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News.com.au
Which way is the bus travelling?Is it going left or right? NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is
Which way is the bus travelling?
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Is it going left or right? NATIONAL Geographic have created a puzzle which is leaving people perplexed as they can’t figure out which direction the bus is going. It’s a commonly used brain teaser which tests schoolchildren’s logic skills and the... Read more
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Northern Star
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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Queensland Times
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Which way is the bus going?Children find this puzzle easy to solve - do you have the smarts to conquer it?
Which way is the bus going?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Children find this puzzle easy to solve - do you have the smarts to conquer it? Photo / YouTube / National Geographic It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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News Mail
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, an
Brain teaser: Which way is this bus going?
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
It's commonly used as a brain teaser to test pupils' logic skills at school, and children seem to be able to solve it in an instant. But despite it being a breeze for youngsters, a puzzle which asks you to identify which direction a bus is... Read more
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Daily Mail
Puzzle that asks which way the bus is going leaves adults flummoxedCan YOU solve the children's puzzle that leaves adults flummoxed? Brain teaser
Puzzle that asks which way the bus is going leaves adults flummoxed
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Can YOU solve the children's puzzle that leaves adults flummoxed? Brain teaser that asks which direction a bus is travelling in leaves grown ups scratching their heads Puzzle involves figuring out which direction a bus is travelling in 80 per cent... Read more
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Evening Standard
Mamma mia! Here’s Android Lloyd WebberMere mortals delight in learning the creative processes of the greatest minds.
Mamma mia! Here’s Android Lloyd Webber
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Mere mortals delight in learning the creative processes of the greatest minds. How romantic to imagine Beethoven painstakingly counting precisely 60 beans into his daily coffee. How eccentric for Truman Capote to refuse to begin or end any work on a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford digital company White October prepares for yet another prosperous yearOXFORD-based digital group White October is preparing itself for another year o
Oxford digital company White October prepares for yet another prosperous year
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
OXFORD-based digital group White October is preparing itself for another year of strong growth after its events business increased annual turnover four-fold in 2015. The company is also bulking up its management team, with entrepreneur Chris Thorpe... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists overcome hurdles for champion racehorsesCo-author Dr. Chavaunne Thorpe is riding her horse Betsy. Credit: Gabrielle Tho
Scientists overcome hurdles for champion racehorses
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Co-author Dr. Chavaunne Thorpe is riding her horse Betsy. Credit: Gabrielle Thorpe / QMUL Scientists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are a step closer to preventing the kind of injuries that affect ageing race horses like champion hurdler... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Scientists make breakthrough in equine tendon researchA breakthrough in tendon research has taken the veterinary world a step closer
Scientists make breakthrough in equine tendon research
Horse and Hound / Posted 7 days ago
A breakthrough in tendon research has taken the veterinary world a step closer to better understanding injuries. Researchers from Queen Mary University of London and the University of Liverpool have found why tendons in older horses may be more... Read more
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SUR in English
British students quiz Nerja councillors on development plans. Surinenglish.comRoyal Holloway University students putting their questions to the panel. :: JEN
British students quiz Nerja councillors on development plans. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted 7 days ago
Royal Holloway University students putting their questions to the panel. :: JENNIE RHODES A group of first year students from Royal Holloway, University of London, were invited to meet councillors from Nerja Town Hall last Friday. Dr Mike Dolton, a... Read more
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