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2015/03/26 14:09
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Scientists in Iceland have produced an unprecedented snapshot of a nation's genetic makeup, discovering a host of previously unknown gene mutations that may play roles in ailments as diverse as...
2015/03/26 14:09
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2015/03/25 23:49
2015/03/25 23:49
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The Man Booker International Prize 2015 shortlist features a surprising and diverse lineup of first-time contenders. From Guadeloupian novelist Maryse Conde to French-Congolese writer Alain...
2015/03/25 17:59
2015/03/25 17:59
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AN EAST Oxford school is celebrating after being praised for getting the best out of its pupils. Oxford Spires Academy has been ranked by the Schools, Students and Teachers Network (SSAT) as among...
2015/03/25 17:29
2015/03/25 17:29
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It is understandable Professor Dame Carol Robinson, a world-class scientist and the first female professor of chemistry at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, felt overwhelmed...
2015/03/25 14:43
2015/03/25 14:43
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Chris Sacca's signature cowboy shirts make the trip to his new Montana home. (Credit: Jamel Toppin for Forbes) Between the parade of wet suits and abundant seafood and yoga joints, Manhattan Beach,...
2015/03/25 06:08
2015/03/25 06:08
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Cancer Research UK has partnered with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), to co-fund multidisciplinary research projects. The new partnership increases the amount of...
2015/03/24 22:28
2015/03/24 22:28
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Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. Now, University of Otago psychology research suggests this phenomenon—known as...
2015/03/24 17:42
2015/03/24 17:42
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Serogroup B meningococcal disease is the leading cause of meningitis and blood infections in developed countries. Infants and young children under the age of 5 years are especially at risk, and there...
2015/03/24 14:29
2015/03/24 14:29
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The idea of spending money on training professionals that then leave the country has vexed many developing nations over recent decades. But one country does not seem afraid of losing its best and...
2015/03/24 12:40
2015/03/24 12:40
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Robots will fundamentally change the shape of the workforce in the next decade but many industries will still need a human touch, a QUT Future of Work Conference has heard. Renowned University of...
2015/03/24 11:38
2015/03/24 11:38
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A new research project led by the University of Oxford and the UK Government will help millions of people to have reliable access to water. Announced by International Development Minister Baroness...
2015/03/24 09:08
2015/03/24 09:08
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It’s been a year since the deadliest outbreak of Ebola was confirmed and health experts and charities have warned the danger is far from over. More than 10,000 have died and at least 24,000 have been...
2015/03/24 05:13
2015/03/24 05:13
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Put down the doughnut. And while you're at it, skip the breakfast cereal, fruit juice, beer and ketchup. New guidelines from the World Health Organization say the world is eating too much sugar and...
2015/03/24 01:21
2015/03/24 01:21
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Six questions that could show if you're at risk of dementia: How to cut your risk. How to cope if it strikes. And a simple test to help spot it early In dementia, the brain cells die off faster than...
2015/03/24 00:17
2015/03/24 00:17
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Iain Duncan Smith’s cruel benefit sanctions are driving people to suicide, MPs warn in a damning report today. The all-party committee of MPs says that since 2012 there have been 40 cases of people...
2015/03/23 19:42
2015/03/23 19:42
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Warm dense matter is the stuff believed to be at the cores of giant gas planets in our solar system and some of the newly observed "exoplanets" that orbit distant suns, which can be many times more...
2015/03/23 11:39
2015/03/23 11:39
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Dozens of common plants are toxic. Archaeologists have long suspected that our Palaeolithic ancestors used plant poisons to make their hunting weapons more lethal. Now Dr Valentina Borgia has teamed...
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2015/03/23 04:49
2015/03/23 04:49
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JOHOR BARU: Raja Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris Shah was crowned the Permaisuri of Johor, the first time the Permaisuri title is being used in the state. The title was consented to by Johor Ruler Sultan...
2015/03/22 13:44
2015/03/22 13:44
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Aaron Corvin, Columbian business reporter I'm stuck. Stuck between two schools of thought about the inexorable shift toward higher levels of technology, toward the further distillation of automatic,...
2015/03/21 16:44
2015/03/21 16:44
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MANILA -- Senator Ferdinand ''Bongbong'' Marcos Jr. on Saturday said he is set to fly to the United Kingdom to get his academic records that will prove he indeed graduated from one of the world's most...
2015/03/26 14:09
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