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AllAfrica.com
Tribute to Bon Nwakanma (Sanof Williams Shakespeare the great English playwright and dramatist, it is impor
Tribute to Bon Nwakanma (San
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
of Williams Shakespeare the great English playwright and dramatist, it is important to point out that he read law in the University of London where he graduated LLB (Hons) Second Class Division in 1964. He later obtained M.A. degree in the same... Read more
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Times of Malta
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards – sourcesoffers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis K
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards – sources
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
offers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis Kokkoris, a law professor at Queen Mary University of London, said. Microsoft ended up with fines of more than €2.2 billion after a decade-long battle with the... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Two generations of musicians team up for St Albans charity concertfor as long as they can remember. Composer and cellist Rose, has recently grad
Two generations of musicians team up for St Albans charity concert
Herts Advertiser / Posted yesterday
for as long as they can remember. Composer and cellist Rose, has recently graduated as a Master of Music from Goldsmiths, University of London. She has performed throughout Europe, releasing her first album ‘Elbow of Capture’ in 2013. Tickets at... Read more
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walesonline
Assembly election 2016: Who is standing in Bridgend?I studied civil engineering at Damascus University, law at the Lebanese Univers
Assembly election 2016: Who is standing in Bridgend?
walesonline / Posted yesterday
I studied civil engineering at Damascus University, law at the Lebanese University and finance at Imperial College - the University of London. I was employed by international banks and started my small business. What are the biggest challenges... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Google Could Face Fines For Squeezing Out Rivals In Europeoffers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis K
Google Could Face Fines For Squeezing Out Rivals In Europe
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
offers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis Kokkoris, a law professor at Queen Mary University of London, said. Microsoft ended up with fines of more than 2.2 billion euros ($2.5 billion) after a decade-long... Read more
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PhysOrg
Save London's beesand to attract one of the many hundreds of bees due to be released later this s
Save London's bees
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
and to attract one of the many hundreds of bees due to be released later this summer from the rooftops of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) in a competition launched by the London Pollinator Project. Bees are under threat from habitat... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cardsoffers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis K
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
offers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis Kokkoris, a law professor at Queen Mary University of London, said. Microsoft ended up with fines of more than 2.2 billion euros (US$2.5 billion) after a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards – sourcesoffers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis K
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards – sources
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
offers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis Kokkoris, a law professor at Queen Mary University of London, said. Microsoft ended up with fines of more than €2.2-billion (1.71 billion pounds) after a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Women Directors Underrepresented in Film Industry84 percent) go into films that are not directed by women," said the report, whi
Women Directors Underrepresented in Film Industry
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
84 percent) go into films that are not directed by women," said the report, which was drawn up by researchers at the University of London. "Low funding perpetuates the scarcity of female-directed films in circulation, in turn affecting the... Read more
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Reuters
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cardsoffers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis K
Google faces first EU fine in 2016 with no deal on cards
Reuters / Posted yesterday
offers a salutary lesson to those who want to take on the Commission, Ioannis Kokkoris, a law professor at Queen Mary University of London, said. Microsoft ended up with fines of more than 2.2 billion euros ($2.5 billion) after a decade-long... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sharing information on social media can harm learning and memorythan those sent from computers or laptops, as well as more egocentric. The soc
Sharing information on social media can harm learning and memory
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
than those sent from computers or laptops, as well as more egocentric. The sociologists, led by a team from Goldsmiths, University of London, also found that the level of egocentricity in our tweets varies according to the time of day. We are... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Rav Herzog’s ‘Rabbits’ And Other Rabbinic Pesach Correspondencegiants. Rav Isaac Halevi Herzog (1888-1959) received semicha from the Ridbaz a
Rav Herzog’s ‘Rabbits’ And Other Rabbinic Pesach Correspondence
The Jewish Press / Posted 2 days ago
giants. Rav Isaac Halevi Herzog (1888-1959) received semicha from the Ridbaz and his doctorate in literature from the University of London. After serving as the rav of Belfast, as chief rabbi of the Irish Free State, and founding the Mizrachi... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stella of 1986 Would Possibly Not Recognise Today's Dr Stella Nyanziinto, making her an expert. She fell in love with the subject during her doctor
Stella of 1986 Would Possibly Not Recognise Today's Dr Stella Nyanzi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
into, making her an expert. She fell in love with the subject during her doctoral studies in Medical Anthropology at the University of London. Her research thesis focused on "youth sexualities, sexual and reproductive health in The Gambia,"... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
State installing air monitors in drilling areastheir concern, and that did nothing more than pile onto what we wanted to do.”
State installing air monitors in drilling areas
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
their concern, and that did nothing more than pile onto what we wanted to do.” Breathe Easy started by working with the University of London researcher Jennifer Gabrys, Ph.D., to begin monitoring air quality around natural gas infrastructure.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigerian Breaks 187-Yr-Old Record At University of LondonA Nigerian academic, Professor Abiodun Alao, will today deliver inaugural lectu
Nigerian Breaks 187-Yr-Old Record At University of London
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
A Nigerian academic, Professor Abiodun Alao, will today deliver inaugural lecture at King's College, University of London, making him the first black African scholar to deliver such lecture since the institution was established in 1829. Alao, a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigerian Academic to Deliver Key Lecture in University of LondonA Nigerian academic, Prof. Abiodun Alao, will today deliver a professorial inau
Nigerian Academic to Deliver Key Lecture in University of London
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
A Nigerian academic, Prof. Abiodun Alao, will today deliver a professorial inaugural lecture at King's College, University of London. This makes him the first black African scholar to deliver the inaugural lecture since the institution was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigerian Academic Breaks 187-Year Record At University of LondonA Nigerian academic, Prof. Abiodun Alao, will this Wednesday deliver a professo
Nigerian Academic Breaks 187-Year Record At University of London
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
A Nigerian academic, Prof. Abiodun Alao, will this Wednesday deliver a professorial inaugural lecture at King's College, University of London, making him first black African scholar to do so since the institution was established in 1829. Alao, a... Read more
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metro
These are the universities with the highest graduate job prospectscame third (Picture: Alamy) According to The Times and The Sunday Times Good U
These are the universities with the highest graduate job prospects
metro / Posted 4 days ago
came third (Picture: Alamy) According to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2016, St George’s, University of London, is the institution most likely to help you to get a job.Parents don’t understand A-levels ‘are not the... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Greenwich's Anne Gilhuly Presents Talk On Essayist Michel deMontaigneher chapters "How to Live." Gilhuly attended Sweet Briar College and Yale Law
Greenwich's Anne Gilhuly Presents Talk On Essayist Michel deMontaigne
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 5 days ago
her chapters "How to Live." Gilhuly attended Sweet Briar College and Yale Law School. She was a Fulbright scholar at the University of London and earned a Master of Arts in Teaching at Manhattanville College. For more than two decades, she has... Read more
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Computer Business Review
10 UK IoT degree courses covering UI, AI & machine learningtwo million IT and communication jobs will be unfulfilled. CBR lists ten cours
10 UK IoT degree courses covering UI, AI & machine learning
Computer Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
two million IT and communication jobs will be unfulfilled. CBR lists ten courses being taught in the UK institutions. University of London: MSc Internet of Things Tuition Fees UK/EU: £8,100 Tuition Fees Overseas: £18,300 Offering both a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Assessing Candidates - Isaac Adenipekun, Head, National Office, WAECOne day in November 1948, The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndic
Assessing Candidates - Isaac Adenipekun, Head, National Office, WAEC
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
One day in November 1948, The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, University of London School Examinations Matriculation Council and West African Departments of Education convened a meeting to discuss the future of education in West... Read more
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Rappler
Chopper ride to LP sorties: Kris Aquino broke the lawMarañon III is an election lawyer who served as chief of staff of recently reti
Chopper ride to LP sorties: Kris Aquino broke the law
Rappler / Posted 5 days ago
Marañon III is an election lawyer who served as chief of staff of recently retired Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. He is currently studying Human Rights, Conflict and Justice at SOAS, University of London, as a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Usosa Election - Chidi Odinkalu VS Lawrence Wilbert - - Live UpdatesRefugee Rights Initiative (IRRI) in New York and a Trustee of the International
The Usosa Election - Chidi Odinkalu VS Lawrence Wilbert - - Live Updates
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Refugee Rights Initiative (IRRI) in New York and a Trustee of the International African Institute (IAI) of the University of London. He is also a member of the Human Rights Advisory Council of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Major EAC Infrastructure Projects Were Long Overdueworking at the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR). Dr Stella Nyanzi a
Major EAC Infrastructure Projects Were Long Overdue
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
working at the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR). Dr Stella Nyanzi a medical anthropologist with a PhD from the University of London stripped naked in protest of the way she was allegedly being treated by the Director of MISR, the world... Read more
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The China Post
Tensions high as Brexit row sparks fears of Tory civil warif Britain voted to leave the EU, and many commentators agree. Philip Cowley, a
Tensions high as Brexit row sparks fears of Tory civil war
The China Post / Posted 6 days ago
if Britain voted to leave the EU, and many commentators agree. Philip Cowley, a professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, said the question of how long Cameron could stay after a "Remain" vote depended on the tone of the... Read more
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dna
UK speaker lauds Indian Diaspora's contribution to Britainof Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from the School
UK speaker lauds Indian Diaspora's contribution to Britain
dna / Posted 6 days ago
of Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Zerbanoo Gifford is the first non-white woman to stand for British Parliament in 1982. She won several... Read more
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The Economic Times
UK speaker lauds Indian Diaspora's contribution to Britainof Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from the School
UK speaker lauds Indian Diaspora's contribution to Britain
The Economic Times / Posted 6 days ago
of Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Zerbanoo Gifford is the first non-white woman to stand for British Parliament in 1982. She won several... Read more
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Breitbart
BREXIT: Tories More Worried About Their Party Than the Country’s Futureif Britain voted to leave the EU, and many commentators agree. Philip Cowley,
BREXIT: Tories More Worried About Their Party Than the Country’s Future
Breitbart / Posted 6 days ago
if Britain voted to leave the EU, and many commentators agree. Philip Cowley, a professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, said the question of how long Cameron could stay after a “Remain” vote depended on the tone of the... Read more
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New Kerala
British speaker honours Indian icons in London - newkerala.com #53731village of Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from Sc
British speaker honours Indian icons in London - newkerala.com #53731
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
village of Mattur in Karnataka and holds a PhD in devotional literature from School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Zerbanoo Gifford was the first non-white woman to stand for British Parliament in 1982. She won... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Demand for internationalunis 'to rise'International Relations and Applied Global Communication, which are in high dem
Demand for internationalunis 'to rise'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 7 days ago
International Relations and Applied Global Communication, which are in high demand from employers. Meanwhile, the University of London, one of the world's leading institutions, recently signed a deal with Thai-based Regent's International... Read more
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iol.co.za
Cachalia ready to take on his once-treasured ANCthe ideals of international understanding, the driving motive behind the United
Cachalia ready to take on his once-treasured ANC
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
the ideals of international understanding, the driving motive behind the United World College movement. “I then went on to University of London School of Oriental and African Studies, where I read history. Those were the days of universal free... Read more
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Rappler
Duterte's rape joke: Can diplomats comment on election-related issues?– Rappler.com Emil Marañon III is an election lawyer who served as chief of st
Duterte's rape joke: Can diplomats comment on election-related issues?
Rappler / Posted 8 days ago
– Rappler.com Emil Marañon III is an election lawyer who served as chief of staff of retired Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. He is currently studying Human Rights, Conflict and Justice at SOAS, University of London, as a Chevening... Read more
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International Business Times
The Queen has come to represent all that is the British monarchy is she irreplaceable? Murphy is Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies and Professor of Br
The Queen has come to represent all that is the British monarchy is she irreplaceable?
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
Murphy is Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies and Professor of British and Commonwealth History at the University of London. He is the author of Monarchy and the End of Empire: The House of Windsor, the British Government and... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Kingston University researcher found ambulance staff need help to reduce stressthe national average. Professor Quinn, from the faculty of health, social care
Kingston University researcher found ambulance staff need help to reduce stress
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
the national average. Professor Quinn, from the faculty of health, social care and education at Kingston and St George’s University of London, was part of a team which found that although dispatchers find their job rewarding, they often feel... Read more
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Evening Standard
When did London get so chirpy?we all get so… happy-clappy? ‘London right now is an exciting place,’ says Jul
When did London get so chirpy?
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
we all get so… happy-clappy? ‘London right now is an exciting place,’ says Jules Evans, research fellow at Queen Mary, the University of London. ‘There’s so much going on across arts, culture, tech and business — we’ve seen record numbers of... Read more
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Newsmax
Mount Paektu Eruption Risk: North Korean Volcano Analyzed for First Timecrust, discovering instead how it’s sitting, how much there is and what are the
Mount Paektu Eruption Risk: North Korean Volcano Analyzed for First Time
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
crust, discovering instead how it’s sitting, how much there is and what are the implications,” James Hammond, of Birkbeck, University of London, told NewScientist.com. “It’s only when it gets to a certain amount and a certain overpressure that it... Read more
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Market Watch
Some of history’s most famous scientists probably earned a lot less than youwork in astronomy and physics, earning $144,000 at Padua University. Alexander
Some of history’s most famous scientists probably earned a lot less than you
Market Watch / Posted 10 days ago
work in astronomy and physics, earning $144,000 at Padua University. Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin, made slightly more than Galileo when he got the job as professor of bacteriology at the University of London. More from Marke... Read more
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Aljazeera
How home demolitions threaten Palestinian statehoodin Palestine, could the demolition policy tip the balance? Kevin Jon Heller, a
How home demolitions threaten Palestinian statehood
Aljazeera / Posted 10 days ago
in Palestine, could the demolition policy tip the balance? Kevin Jon Heller, a professor of criminal law at SOAS, University of London, believes that home demolitions in Area C "very likely qualify as the crime against humanity of forcible... Read more
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NBC News
Britain's Queen 'Very Much the Boss' as She Turns 90head of state." It calls the royal family "a broken institution." Dr. Anna Whi
Britain's Queen 'Very Much the Boss' as She Turns 90
NBC News / Posted 10 days ago
head of state." It calls the royal family "a broken institution." Dr. Anna Whitelock, a researcher at Royal Holloway, University of London, says that while many people respect the monarchy, some question its place in a modern society. "It... Read more
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iafrica.com
Charging your phone with urine?advantage of available indigenous resources, which include urine." The researc
Charging your phone with urine?
iafrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
advantage of available indigenous resources, which include urine." The research team, which includes members of Queen Mary University of London and the Bristol Bioenergy Centre, are particularly excited about the technology's potential in rural... Read more
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dna
Now a urine-powered miniature fuel cell that can charge a smartphoneadvantage of available indigenous resources, which include urine." The researc
Now a urine-powered miniature fuel cell that can charge a smartphone
dna / Posted 10 days ago
advantage of available indigenous resources, which include urine." The research team, which includes members of Queen Mary University of London and the Bristol Bioenergy Centre, are particularly excited about the technology's potential in rural... Read more
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Daily Mail
FA appoint doc who 'failed' in tragic case of Spurs teennow 51 years old, was head of medical services at Tottenham Hotspur between 200
FA appoint doc who 'failed' in tragic case of Spurs teen
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
now 51 years old, was head of medical services at Tottenham Hotspur between 2004 and 2007 Education: Queen Mary University of London; United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals. Experience: Millwall... Read more
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redOrbit
Is this sacred North Korean volcano about to erupt?– the stuff that could erupt from the surface – we’re imaging where that’s stor
Is this sacred North Korean volcano about to erupt?
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
– the stuff that could erupt from the surface – we’re imaging where that’s stored beneath the volcano,” study co-author and University of London seismologist James Hammond told National Geographic. His colleague, Kayla Iacovino of the USGS, added... Read more
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Daily Star
WTF: Research reveals perfect Brit babe looks like thisSandi Toksvig. Also attending are the founder of the Everyday Sexism Project L
WTF: Research reveals perfect Brit babe looks like this
Daily Star / Posted 11 days ago
Sandi Toksvig. Also attending are the founder of the Everyday Sexism Project Laura Bates, British computing, mathematics and language child prodigy Anne-Marie Imafidon and Director of SOAS, University of London Baroness Valerie Amos. Related artic... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Newly launched TB-PACTS could be a valuable tool to combat world's leading infectious killer(C-Path), the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases
Newly launched TB-PACTS could be a valuable tool to combat world's leading infectious killer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
(C-Path), the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), TB Alliance, and St. George's, University of London, are pleased to announce the launch of the TB-Platform for Aggregation of Clinical TB Studies... Read more
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iol.co.za
Lecturer strips to her underwear in protest(NRM), was re-elected. Nyanzi is a medical anthropologist - with a doctorate i
Lecturer strips to her underwear in protest
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
(NRM), was re-elected. Nyanzi is a medical anthropologist - with a doctorate in ethnographic fieldwork of youth sexuality, sexual and reproductive health in The Gambia - from the University of London, reported The Monitor. – African New... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Pakatan’s internal squabbles good for BN in MambongCampus. Aside from having an education degree from Universiti Teknologi Malays
Pakatan’s internal squabbles good for BN in Mambong
The Borneo Post / Posted 11 days ago
Campus. Aside from having an education degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Sanjan also has a law degree from University of London. Although the DAP had made its name among several Bidayuh villages through its `Impian Sarawak’... Read more
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Psych Central
Nearby Violence During Pregnancy Tied to Lower Birth Weighthave a greater risk of having a low birth weight baby due to an earlier deliver
Nearby Violence During Pregnancy Tied to Lower Birth Weight
Psych Central / Posted 11 days ago
have a greater risk of having a low birth weight baby due to an earlier delivery, according to researchers at Queen Mary University of London and the University of Leicester. For the study, the researchers looked at the birth outcomes of... Read more
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Jersey Evening Post
£55k research grant for Jèrriais singer « Jersey Evening Posttongue. Kit Ashton beat competition from over 200 applicants to secure funding
£55k research grant for Jèrriais singer « Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Evening Post / Posted 11 days ago
tongue. Kit Ashton beat competition from over 200 applicants to secure funding for a three-year PhD at Goldsmiths College, University of London, where he will continue work carried out during his masters degree in music last year. Mr Ashton, who... Read more
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iol.co.za
Toxins that can weaken immune systemthink about whether our food is clean or contaminated.” Kenneth Linton, a prof
Toxins that can weaken immune system
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
think about whether our food is clean or contaminated.” Kenneth Linton, a professor of protein biochemistry at Queen Mary University of London, who was not involved in the research, stressed the importance of P-gp to human health. “One of its... Read more
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