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PRWeek UK
In brief: New CEO at HCA, Northern Powerhouse hires, Liberty wins Netsnapperexternal affairs. A former journalist for the Mail on Sunday and The Journal, C
PRWeek UK / Posted 3 hours ago
external affairs. A former journalist for the Mail on Sunday and The Journal, Cochlin previously spent seven years at The University of Manchester. He is tasked with promoting the NPP's research output to ensure its evidence and thinking informs... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
The Earl of Leicester elected as Norfolk chairman of the Country Land and Business Association (CLA)in Norfolk.” Lord Leicester was educated at Eton College and gained an Honours
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 7 hours ago
in Norfolk.” Lord Leicester was educated at Eton College and gained an Honours degree in History of Art from the University of Manchester. He is married with four children, and lists his interests as including “the great outdoors”,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The six huge towers that will change Manchester's skyline foreverresidents ‘unrivalled and stunning’ views of the city from ‘sky-gardens’ and to
Manchester Evening News / Posted 20 hours ago
residents ‘unrivalled and stunning’ views of the city from ‘sky-gardens’ and tower observation decks. A boat club for the University of Manchester would also be build - breathing new life into recreation on the Irwell. On-site conveniences would... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Amazing 'lost' footage of the rescue of brave soldiers from Dunkirk uncoveredposted on YouTube, Manchester Evening News reports. Roderick Hall's original b
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
posted on YouTube, Manchester Evening News reports. Roderick Hall's original black and white footage, found in 2015 by the University of Manchester , has been donated to the Imperial War Museum. Roderick Hall was serving aboard the destroyer HMS... Read more
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Daily Mail
Talking to yourself makes people feel less distressedvoices that contrast with a person's opinions causes them distress, a study fou
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
voices that contrast with a person's opinions causes them distress, a study found. Study author Dr Filippo Varese from the University of Manchester, said: 'Most voice-hearers with mental health difficulties in our study experienced their voices as... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
See extraordinary lost footage of the Dunkirk evacuationfrom 1866 to 1987, is one of hundreds of outstanding collections in the Library
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
from 1866 to 1987, is one of hundreds of outstanding collections in the Library. More of the footage discovered at the University of Manchester Library John Hodgson, Manuscripts and Archives Manager, said: “This is a truly remarkable discovery... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Ironman for the T-rex? Not likely.is the definitive word on the much-contested subject of T-rex speed or just the
Lake Placid News / Posted yesterday
is the definitive word on the much-contested subject of T-rex speed or just the latest installment, but scientists at the University of Manchester, UK, using multibody dynamic analysis and skeletal stress analysis with computer simulation, have... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Watch University of Manchester's previously lost footage from Dunkirkfrom 1866 to 1987, is one of hundreds of outstanding collections in the Library
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
from 1866 to 1987, is one of hundreds of outstanding collections in the Library. More of the footage discovered at the University of Manchester Library John Hodgson, Manuscripts and Archives Manager, said: “This is a truly remarkable discovery... Read more
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The Washington Times
Liberalism shames masculinitypointedly asks. She cites another study of sexual differences by researchers a
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
pointedly asks. She cites another study of sexual differences by researchers at the University of Turin in Italy and the University of Manchester in England “that confirms what most of us see with our eyes, that women tend to be more sensitive,... Read more
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redOrbit
T. Rex couldn't run, new study findsthat the massive predator could manage a top speed of just 12 mph. In their st
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
that the massive predator could manage a top speed of just 12 mph. In their study, William Sellers, a professor at the University of Manchester School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and his colleagues explained that the enormous carnivore... Read more
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Daily Mail
Breakthrough Starshot launches the world's smallest spacecraftand last month, the group revealed its joined forces with astronomers from the
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
and last month, the group revealed its joined forces with astronomers from the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester. The two groups hope that sharing their data will help them to answer one of the biggest unanswered... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Merseyside doctor reveals alarming reasons behind 60% drop in men's sperm countsinvestigate the causes of the sharp ongoing drop in sperm count, with the goal
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
investigate the causes of the sharp ongoing drop in sperm count, with the goal of prevention.” Professor Daniel Brison, a University of Manchester expert, said: “The extent of the decline in sperm counts in the Western world revealed in this study... Read more
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birminghammail
Falling sperm counts in Western men could pose threat to fertilityrisks to health.Read More Professor Daniel Brison, scientific director of the
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
risks to health.Read More Professor Daniel Brison, scientific director of the Department of Reproductive Medicine at the University of Manchester, said: "The extent of the decline in sperm counts in the Western world revealed in this study is... Read more
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Arts Journal
‘After the Revolution’: Heathcote Williams as Playwrightexhibitions; “Off Beat: Jeff Nuttall and the International Underground,” which
Arts Journal / Posted 2 days ago
exhibitions; “Off Beat: Jeff Nuttall and the International Underground,” which was held at John Rylands Library / University of Manchester. Not only was Nuttall (1933-2004) a leading figure in the Sixties’ counterculture, he expressed his... Read more
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Daily Mail
Scientists uncover the oldest evidence of septic arthritis ever founda giant Pliosaurus dinosaur that lived in Westbury, Wiltshire, 150 million year
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a giant Pliosaurus dinosaur that lived in Westbury, Wiltshire, 150 million years ago. And last year researchers at the University of Manchester found septic arthritis in a hadrosaur, a plant-eating duck-billed dinosaur, that roamed New Jersey... Read more
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The Irish Times
Starting university soon? Watch out for your mental healthmany will face it with hope and excitement. For others it may bring anxiety and
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
many will face it with hope and excitement. For others it may bring anxiety and a scary new world. Researchers from the University of Manchester found that the month of September is a peak time for youth suicides in England and Wales. The other... Read more
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Sky News Australia
T-rex was too heavy to run, scientists sayTyrannosaurus rex could run at terrifying speeds, but new research suggests the
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
Tyrannosaurus rex could run at terrifying speeds, but new research suggests the reality was different. Scientists at the University of Manchester believe the sheer size and weight of the dinosaurs made running impossible, as their legs would have... Read more
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Daily Mail
Schizophrenics who agree with the voices in their head are in controlthat contrast with a patient's opinions causes them distress, a study found. S
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
that contrast with a patient's opinions causes them distress, a study found. Study author Dr Filippo Varese from the University of Manchester, said: 'Most voice-hearers with mental health difficulties in our study experienced their voices as... Read more
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The Register
Microsoft promises AI chip for 'on-device' computer vision learningform any impression of how much difference the AI coprocessor will make," write
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
form any impression of how much difference the AI coprocessor will make," writes Stephen Furber, a computer engineer at The University of Manchester who studies human-brain-inspired neuromorphic computing. Researchers have already shown that you... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
College ready to help teachers of the futureits work to raise aspirations among secondary pupils and support progression to
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
its work to raise aspirations among secondary pupils and support progression to further and higher education, including the University of Manchester and top performing universities. "This is why I'm delighted to announce that OSFC is becoming a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
AMSBIO launches new ELISA-like kit to detect and measure Hyaluronic Acidof an expanded cumulus oocyte complex within a mouse ovarian follicle; blue is
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
of an expanded cumulus oocyte complex within a mouse ovarian follicle; blue is DAPI staining. Image courtesy of Tony Day, University of Manchester, UK Related Stories This product is a competitive ELISA-like kit using a recombinant Hyaluronic... Read more
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Medical News Today
Is hearing voices a cause for concern? That depends, study suggestswith the person's values and objectives. A new study led by Drs. Filippo Vares
Medical News Today / Posted 5 days ago
with the person's values and objectives. A new study led by Drs. Filippo Varese, Warren Mansell, and Sara Tai - all of the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom - looks at how auditory hallucinations, or hearing voices, can impact the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Amazing transformation of man who shed 20st after being told by doctors he'd dieSlimming World, Weight Watchers, everything. I’d lose around 3st and then hit a
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
Slimming World, Weight Watchers, everything. I’d lose around 3st and then hit a wall. In my early 30s I worked at the University of Manchester and I’d go to work in slippers because I couldn’t put shoes on, I had to switch to an automatic car... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Man who shed 20st after being told by doctors he would die within five years shares his transformationSlimming World, Weight Watchers, everything. I’d lose around 3st and then hit a
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
Slimming World, Weight Watchers, everything. I’d lose around 3st and then hit a wall. In my early 30s I worked at the University of Manchester and I’d go to work in slippers because I couldn’t put shoes on, I had to switch to an automatic car... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Criminals can buy 3D printer gun instructions for just £9 on dark webcould use the ‘dark web’ to obtain weapons or even download instructions on how
Manchester Evening News / Posted 6 days ago
could use the ‘dark web’ to obtain weapons or even download instructions on how to print their own guns, according to a new University of Manchester study. It identified 12 ‘cryptomarkets’ where illicit guns and ammunition were listed for sale as... Read more
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New Kerala
Britain's Supreme Court gets first woman president - newkerala news #256195at Girton College, Cambridge. Initially she followed her parents' footsteps in
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
at Girton College, Cambridge. Initially she followed her parents' footsteps into teaching, becoming a law lecturer at the University of Manchester. But after topping the list in 1969's bar finals, she was called to the Bar. She became the first... Read more
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Thame Gazette
WATCH: The local performers making up 100-strong Oliver cast for Waterside Theatre’s first ever Stage Experiencein Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credi
Thame Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credits include: Nathan Detroit - Guys and Dolls (University of Manchester Musical Theatre Society UMMTS); Benoît - La bohème (Vivo D’Arte); Anthony - Sweeney Todd (Vivo... Read more
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CNET
Most weapons on the dark web come from US, study findsaccess through special browsers like Tor. To investigate where guns, ammunition
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
access through special browsers like Tor. To investigate where guns, ammunition and guides to their use come from, the UK's University of Manchester and think tank Rand Europe scoured 12 dark web marketplaces -- or cryptomarkets -- and found 811... Read more
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Breitbart
Population Growth in English Cities Fuelled Almost Entirely By Mass Immigrationcensus was taken, with White British residents not a majority in 23 of London’s
Breitbart / Posted 7 days ago
census was taken, with White British residents not a majority in 23 of London’s 33 boroughs. In 2007, researchers at the University of Manchester projected that Birmingham would flip by 2024 – but they also expected that Leicester would not flip... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cyber criminals are selling instructions for 3D printing gunsshocking new report has found. The report was put together by Rand Europe, a n
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
shocking new report has found. The report was put together by Rand Europe, a not-for-profit research organisation, and the University of Manchester. It covered 12 cryptomarkets, a type of dark web marketplace, with researchers scouring 167,693... Read more
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CNET
Online sales of illicit drugs triple since Silk Road closurerevenue from online sales of heroin, cocaine and marijuana has doubled, accordi
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
revenue from online sales of heroin, cocaine and marijuana has doubled, according to a RAND study (PDF) conducted by the University of Manchester and University of Montreal. Researchers concluded that it was just a matter of weeks after the FBI... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
WATCH: The local performers making up 100-strong Oliver cast for Waterside Theatre’s first ever Stage Experiencein Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credi
Aylesbury Today / Posted 7 days ago
in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credits include: Nathan Detroit - Guys and Dolls (University of Manchester Musical Theatre Society UMMTS); Benoît - La bohème (Vivo D’Arte); Anthony - Sweeney Todd (Vivo... Read more
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Luton Today
WATCH: The local performers making up 100-strong Oliver cast for Waterside Theatre’s first ever Stage Experiencein Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credi
Luton Today / Posted 7 days ago
in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music this September. Previous credits include: Nathan Detroit - Guys and Dolls (University of Manchester Musical Theatre Society UMMTS); Benoît - La bohème (Vivo D’Arte); Anthony - Sweeney Todd (Vivo... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Clue could unlock 150-old letter mysterymissing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
missing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Clue could unlock 150-year-old letter mysterymissing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
missing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Clue could unlock 150-old letter mysterymissing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
missing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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Herald Sun
Clue could unlock 150-old letter mysterymissing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
missing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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News.com.au
Clue could unlock 150-year-old letter mysterymissing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
missing for more than 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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New York Post
Abraham Lincoln letter mystery solved 150 years laterbeen missing for over 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s
New York Post / Posted 7 days ago
been missing for over 100 years, making it even harder to work out the letter’s true authorship. Now, researchers at the University of Manchester and Aston University in the UK have deployed cutting-edge technology in an attempt to find out who... Read more
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Daily Mail
Civil War-era letter from Abe Lincoln was written by his SECRETARYand there are several well-tested techniques that can be employed to solve thes
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and there are several well-tested techniques that can be employed to solve these problems,’ said Dr Andrea Nini, of the University of Manchester. RELATED ARTICLES Bluefin tuna use a unique hydraulic control system to 'fly'...Is Nintendo... Read more
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The Washington Times
Dark web marketplaces fueling illegal U.S. gun exportsillegal firearms sales found 60 percent of the weapons being sold originated in
The Washington Times / Posted 7 days ago
illegal firearms sales found 60 percent of the weapons being sold originated in the U.S., concluded RAND Europe and University of Manchester researchers in a report released Thursday. Yet while the majority of firearms being sold shipped... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Timelapse of £33m Manchester business school re-developmentthe redevelopment, including the HEFCE funding and private investment.Read More
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
the redevelopment, including the HEFCE funding and private investment.Read More The redevelopment project is part of the University of Manchester’s ten-year Campus Masterplan, which includes a new hotel, an enhanced Executive Education Centre,... Read more
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walesonline
Universities are awarding more firsts to degree students as top grades soarBournemouth University - 11% 20.8% 9.8 * University of Kent - 15.8% 25.4% 9.7
walesonline / Posted 8 days ago
Bournemouth University - 11% 20.8% 9.8 * University of Kent - 15.8% 25.4% 9.7 * Edge Hill University - 15.8% 25.5% 9.7 * University of Manchester - 17.1% 26.8% 9.7 * Liverpool John Moores University - 12.6% 22.2% 9.6 * Queen Mary University of... Read more
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Bolton News
Guess her age - Glamorous gran ready for modelling career after extensive surgeryyou’re looking into the mirror and you don’t like what’s looking back at you.”
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
you’re looking into the mirror and you don’t like what’s looking back at you.” Dr Ross, an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester, said: “The Fleur De Lis abdominoplasty in particular is becoming very popular with women who have... Read more
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Bury Times
Guess her age - Glamorous gran ready for modelling career after extensive surgeryyou’re looking into the mirror and you don’t like what’s looking back at you.”
Bury Times / Posted 8 days ago
you’re looking into the mirror and you don’t like what’s looking back at you.” Dr Ross, an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester, said: “The Fleur De Lis abdominoplasty in particular is becoming very popular with women who have... Read more
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CBS Denver
Scientists In Colorado, Around World Reconsider The Mighty Tyrannosaurus RexNature & Science. Sands provided that information about the Tyrannosaurus rex
CBS Denver / Posted 8 days ago
Nature & Science. Sands provided that information about the Tyrannosaurus rex after the release of new research from the University of Manchester in England which revealed apparently wasn’t a speedy carnivore like we’ve seen in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study opens up new avenues to understanding complex experience of hearing voicesPsychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice by psychologists Dr Filippo Varese
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice by psychologists Dr Filippo Varese, Dr Warren Mansell and Dr Sara Tai from the University of Manchester. Dr Varese says: "Hearing voices is often seen as a characteristic symptom of schizophrenia, but... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
CMPD investigating sexual assault on quiet Myers Park streetrex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 8 days ago
rex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The latest research by scientists at the University of Manchester in England flies in the face of decades of Hollywood depictions of T. rex as a predator hot on the... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Storms cause damage in Rowan County on Wednesdayrex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 8 days ago
rex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The latest research by scientists at the University of Manchester in England flies in the face of decades of Hollywood depictions of T. rex as a predator hot on the... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Water main break shuts down Wilkinson Boulevardrex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 8 days ago
rex could barely runNew study suggests Tyrannosaurus rex could barely run The latest research by scientists at the University of Manchester in England flies in the face of decades of Hollywood depictions of T. rex as a predator hot on the... Read more
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