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Calls to protect Iraq's ancient sites are growing. This comes after fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) were shown destroying a priceless collection of artifacts in Mosul's...
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2015/02/27 20:09
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The study looked at the immune systems of 298 patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome. People who had the condition for three years or less had increased amounts of immune molecules called...
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Another election; another proposed university policy to worry the academy. Academics are barely recovered from the coalition’s tuition fee hike, and now they’re having to decide what to make of Ed...
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Each year, the Arctic Tern travels over 40,000 miles, migrating nearly from pole to pole and back again. Other birds make similar (though shorter) journeys in search of warmer climes. How do these...
2015/02/27 15:20
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BEIJING - Some of China's largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect on Sunday, the top Internet...
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India – Triumphalist reports of a revival in India’s tiger population may have been premature and the result of a measuring error, a team of leading global scientists have warned. Data released in...
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Cameron fails to hit target of big cut in migrants David Cameron has failed to cut net migration to below 100,000. Picture: Getty DAVID Cameron has failed to deliver on his pledge to slash net...
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Did the EU begin 8,000 years ago? Stone-age Britons bought wheat from European farmers before agriculture arrived in UK Archaeologists found wheat DNA in sediment off coast of the Isle of Wight The...
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Thomas L. Farmer, a Washington lawyer who represented banking interests in his professional life and fought freeway construction through the nation’s capital as a civic activist, died Feb. 5 at his...
2015/02/26 18:46
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Andrew Steane is a professor of physics at the University of Oxford, and he speaks on science with considerable authority. Awarded the 2000 Maxwell Medal and Prize of the Institute of Physics for work...
2015/02/26 15:18
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It's Oxford. According to research by Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder professor of geography at the University of Oxford, the city is now the least affordable place for locals to buy a property as...
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ENCOURAGING people to take a positive look at asylum and celebrating the contributions of refugees in the UK forms the basis of Refugee Week. The University of Exeter is hosting and supporting events...
2015/02/26 10:38
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The Government has officially failed to deliver on its pledge to slash net migration to the tens of thousands before the general election as the last batch of official figures before May 7 revealed...
2015/02/26 08:29
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London — The build-up to the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul is gathering pace, but what guarantees are there that anything will actually be accomplished? The two-year, UN-led process is...
2015/02/25 14:42
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The researchers, who claimed that B vitamins were 'sadly not going to prevent Alzheimer's disease',* have been strongly criticised. Clinicians and scientists have labelled the statement 'inaccurate...
2015/02/25 11:28
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Mike Turnpenny Stevens is 26 and worked as a property manager before he was forced to resign due to anorexia. "I don't know exactly when or why I became unwell," he says. "My lowest moments were...
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This is a sponsored article on behalf of Nesta. Get a glimpse of the world decades hence, as FutureFest returns to London on 14-15 March. This playful, innovative festival offers talks, visions,...
2015/02/25 08:28
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Just weeks after the Indian tiger census announced a whopping 30% rise in tiger numbers, an Oxford study has questioned the double-sampling methodology used in the survey. While not directly...
2015/02/25 05:43
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In the short-term, excluding fossil fuel stocks does not meaningfully lower returns or increase risk. Three studies conducted independently by MSCI, Impax Asset Management and Advisor Partners — with...
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Even though smokers may believe taking a long drag on a cigarette can help to calm nerves, a British study published earlier this year suggests that quitting can actually decrease anxiety more over...
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