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2014/04/24 16:24
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Scientists say they've discovered the oldest, most primitive member of a family of flying reptiles that ruled the Cretaceous skies. The find has already raised controversy, but even critics agree it...
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2014/04/24 15:32
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Kim Kwang Hyon/APSingers of the Moranbong Band hold bouquets of flowers during their performance in Pyongyang, North Korea. PYONGYANG, North Korea — Step aside, Sea of Blood Opera. North Korean...
2014/04/24 13:39
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Why women are 'more intuitive' than men Washington, April 24 : A new study has found that women are "more intuitive" than men due to a biological component, which would predispose women to adopt a...
2014/04/23 18:38
2014/04/23 18:38
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Modi a threat to democracy, say Indian-origin academics London, April 23 : A group of Indian-origin academics in Britain has slammed the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for his...
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2014/04/23 16:24
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... Britain vs Little England” was the stark choice posed by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg in his debates with the UKIP leader, Nigel Farage. This pitch follows hard on the heels of the former...
2014/04/23 15:41
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Leslie Woodcock, prominent scientist and former NASA researcher, challenged the "scientific fact" that man-made carbon emissions cause global warming. He declared: "The theory of 'man-made climate...
2014/04/23 12:20
2014/04/23 12:20
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Press Release Press Releases Colin Leys, Honorary Professor at Goldsmiths University of London, explains that increasing privatisation of services is “thwarting the best organisation of local...
2014/04/22 16:59
2014/04/22 16:59
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Honouring the people giving back to society THE tireless and selfless efforts of ten people in volunteer and community work will tonight be honoured by Oxford’s Lord Mayor in a public ceremony. Lord...
2014/04/22 16:42
2014/04/22 16:42
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The cognitive function of infants can be visualized and tracked more quickly, more accurately and more cheaply using the method, called functional near infra-red spectroscopy (fNIRS), compared to the...
2014/04/22 06:50
2014/04/22 06:50
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... manis" is a taste we're all after. But study shows that "kurang masin" is just as important for the reduction of heart attacks and stroke incidents. Have nutritional awareness campaigns had...
2014/04/21 17:46
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Basic Books, 2014 hardcover, 208 pp. ISBN 978-0-465-03999-9 US$26.99 Last week, astronomers announced the discovery of Kepler-186f, an exoplanet billed as the first planet approximately the size...
2014/04/20 15:42
2014/04/20 15:42
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The largest ever study of the breast cancer sub-type, called invasive lobular carcinoma, gives researchers important clues to the genetic causes of this particular kind of breast cancer, which can be...
2014/04/19 00:50
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All work and no pay: why Ireland’s interns are tired of working for free Internships have become a rite of passage for graduates desperate to get their careers started Sara MacNamara, who is doing an...
2014/04/18 13:39
2014/04/18 13:39
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Is Jupiter a friendly planet, Earth's enemy, or perhaps both? For decades, scientists have talked about how the giant gas planet keeps some asteroids from striking our small world, while others have...
2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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Seeing red: the flag of St George has become more than just the mark of football supporters. Photo: Magnum Photos The Palm Bay estate in Cliftonville is a picture of English respectability in white...
2014/04/17 23:33
2014/04/17 23:33
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The moons that orbit Saturn may be increasing by one -- an icy, pint-sized object that astronomers have named “Peggy.” NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has spotted evidence that a mysterious object...
2014/04/17 20:42
2014/04/17 20:42
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I have been covering the Koreas since 2002 for media including Forbes, The Daily Telegraph, The South China Morning Post and The Washington Times. Locally, I write for The Korea Times and present...
2014/04/17 18:09
2014/04/17 18:09
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Experts suggested the figures did not prove any university had low exam standards, saying the results could be down to better teaching or an ability to identify students with the potential to succeed,...
2014/04/17 16:08
2014/04/17 16:08
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Ukie reveals “Wisp” as winner of the first ever Ukie Student game jam and names Phil Elliott as ‘Mentor of the Universe’ 2014. Thursday 17th April 2014-London, United Kingdom – Ukie Student judging...
2014/04/17 13:13
2014/04/17 13:13
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On her advice, the 19-year-old singer says he is set on going to university as well as making music after he triumphed in the BBC1 talent show. Jackman, who is Labour Party Youth Coordinator for...
2014/04/24 16:24
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