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News-Medical-Net
Childhood brain injury increases chances of mental illness, poor school attainment and premature deathsuch comprehensive data researchers could also show that the risk of outcomes,
Childhood brain injury increases chances of mental illness, poor school attainment and premature death
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 hours ago
such comprehensive data researchers could also show that the risk of outcomes, including the likelihood of developing a psychiatric illness, became higher if the injury was more severe, or if there were multiple injuries.' University... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Night time sleep problems increase risk of suicidal thoughts and attemptsin the BMJ Open. In this study, conducted by researchers from the University's
Night time sleep problems increase risk of suicidal thoughts and attempts
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 hours ago
in the BMJ Open. In this study, conducted by researchers from the University's School of Health Sciences alongside the University of Oxford, 18 participants were interviewed about the role sleep problems have on suicidal tendencies. Three... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Could your brain be hacked? Criminals could soon control your thoughts, say researchersnow the human brain might be at risk from hackers and cyber attacks. According
Could your brain be hacked? Criminals could soon control your thoughts, say researchers
Computer Business Review / Posted 11 hours ago
now the human brain might be at risk from hackers and cyber attacks. According to Laurie Pycroft, A PhD candidate at the University of Oxford, hackers could one day take remote control of humans by hacking devices like brain implants. Dubbed by... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hackers may soon target your BRAINconcerning threat is the one posed by brain implants. Writing for The Conversa
Hackers may soon target your BRAIN
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
concerning threat is the one posed by brain implants. Writing for The Conversation, Laurie Pycroft a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford discusses how hackers could someday remotely control humans by taking over these devices. Laurie... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Why I got on my bike to help cancer battlecancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Elysia has now been accepted to st
Why I got on my bike to help cancer battle
Liverpool Echo / Posted 13 hours ago
cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Elysia has now been accepted to study for a masters degree in oncology at the University of Oxford. She said: “I had originally signed up to take part in a 50-mile cycling challenge with my dad in May,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Why Earth is now brimming with lifeA study by a team, including astrophysicists from University of Oxford raises t
Why Earth is now brimming with life
The Economic Times / Posted 14 hours ago
A study by a team, including astrophysicists from University of Oxford raises the possibility that we Earthlings might be the first to arrive at the cosmic party in the universe which is roughly 14 billion years old. They think that life in the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bodleian boffins uncover images of rare Mexican manuscript hidden for almost 500 yearsnot be used in trying to get a glimpse of the codex's fascinating stories. Wor
Bodleian boffins uncover images of rare Mexican manuscript hidden for almost 500 years
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 hours ago
not be used in trying to get a glimpse of the codex's fascinating stories. Working with the humanities division in the University of Oxford, the Bodleian acquired a hyperspectral scanner in 2014 with the support of the university’s Fell Fund –... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bodleian boffins uncover images of rare Mexican manuscript hidden for almost 500 yearsnot be used in trying to get a glimpse of the codex's fascinating stories. Wor
Bodleian boffins uncover images of rare Mexican manuscript hidden for almost 500 years
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
not be used in trying to get a glimpse of the codex's fascinating stories. Working with the humanities division in the University of Oxford, the Bodleian acquired a hyperspectral scanner in 2014 with the support of the university’s Fell Fund –... Read more
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New Kerala
Why Earth is now brimming with life - newkerala.com #109212distant past or future? Researchers probably have an answer to this now. A stu
Why Earth is now brimming with life - newkerala.com #109212
New Kerala / Posted 16 hours ago
distant past or future? Researchers probably have an answer to this now. A study by a team, including astrophysicists from University of Oxford raises the possibility that we Earthlings might be the first to arrive at the cosmic party in the... Read more
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The Local
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish studyvisits, disability pension, welfare recipiency, and low educational attainment,
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish study
The Local / Posted 19 hours ago
visits, disability pension, welfare recipiency, and low educational attainment," said the study, led by Seena Fazel of the University of Oxford. "The effects were stronger for those with greater injury severity, recurrence, and older age at first... Read more
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The Rice Thresher
Students pursue political passions, blue or redthat.” For Amari, the most fascinating aspect of politics is political theory.
Students pursue political passions, blue or red
The Rice Thresher / Posted 20 hours ago
that.” For Amari, the most fascinating aspect of politics is political theory. This year, Amari will study abroad at the University of Oxford as part of his interdisciplinary major of philosophy, politics and economics. Amari cited the story of... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Trump rates higher than Hitler on psychopath scalethan Adolf Hitler in psychopathic traits, according to a unique ranking of past
Trump rates higher than Hitler on psychopath scale
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 20 hours ago
than Adolf Hitler in psychopathic traits, according to a unique ranking of past and present world leaders developed at the University of Oxford. Trump scored 171 points, two more than Adolf Hitler, while Saddam Hussein topped the list with a score... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Donald Trump is more psychopathic than Hitler, says studyDonald Trump possesses stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, a st
Donald Trump is more psychopathic than Hitler, says study
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Donald Trump possesses stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, a study has suggested. Research from the University of Oxford assessed this year’s candidates for the White House to determine how highly they ranked on the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: large studypension, welfare recipiency, and low educational attainment," said the study sa
Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: large study
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
pension, welfare recipiency, and low educational attainment," said the study said the study, led by Seena Fazel of the University of Oxford. "The effects were stronger for those with greater injury severity, recurrence, and older age at first... Read more
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PhysOrg
Why are we now? Researchers suggest life on Earth may be early in cosmic termsnow, rather than at some point in the distant past or future? A team of resear
Why are we now? Researchers suggest life on Earth may be early in cosmic terms
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
now, rather than at some point in the distant past or future? A team of researchers including astrophysicists from the University of Oxford has set about trying to answer these questions—and their results raise the possibility that we... Read more
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Christian Today
Why one expert says Jesus may have been a psychopath (and why it probably doesn't mean what you think it does)Was Jesus a psychopath? According to a top psychologist at the University of O
Why one expert says Jesus may have been a psychopath (and why it probably doesn't mean what you think it does)
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
Was Jesus a psychopath? According to a top psychologist at the University of Oxford, he may well have been. Dr Kevin Dutton from the Department of Experimental Psychology has ranked the psychopathic traits of global leaders. Saddam Hussein tops the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Presidential candidates may be psychopaths – but that could be a good thingCredit: University of Oxford A new study of psychopathic traits by Oxford Unive
Presidential candidates may be psychopaths – but that could be a good thing
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Credit: University of Oxford A new study of psychopathic traits by Oxford University psychologist discovers that Donald Trump ranks above Adolf Hitler and only just below Idi Amin, Saddam Hussein and Henry VIII. Hillary Clinton ranks between Napoleon... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Trump a bigger psychopath than Hitler, new study sayscandidate Donald Trump possesses stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hi
Trump a bigger psychopath than Hitler, new study says
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
candidate Donald Trump possesses stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, a study suggests. Research from the University of Oxford assessed this year's candidates for the White House to determine how highly they ranked on the... Read more
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Rappler
Filipinos awarded with Chevening scholarships to study in the UKto the 2015 QS World University Rankings, 18 of the top 100 universities are in
Filipinos awarded with Chevening scholarships to study in the UK
Rappler / Posted yesterday
to the 2015 QS World University Rankings, 18 of the top 100 universities are in the UK: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University College London, Imperial College London, King’s College London, The University of Edinburgh,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists develop interactive game demonstrating impact of climate change on the AntarcticThe project also involves researchers from the UK Met Office, National Oceanogr
Scientists develop interactive game demonstrating impact of climate change on the Antarctic
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
The project also involves researchers from the UK Met Office, National Oceanography Centre, University College London, the University of Oxford and the Alfred Wegner Institute in Germany. Dr Anne Le Brocq, Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
FBI uncovered 14,900 more documents in Hillary Clinton email proberecords from personal ones. Related ContentDonald Trump outscores Adolf Hitler
FBI uncovered 14,900 more documents in Hillary Clinton email probe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
records from personal ones. Related ContentDonald Trump outscores Adolf Hitler on psychopathic traits test, claims University of Oxford researcherDonald Trump tries to soften key stance on illegalsUS election: Hillary's failure could be... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
British new study to enhance early detection of Alzheimer’s disease LONDON– The University of Oxford announced Monday that a landmark study would
British new study to enhance early detection of Alzheimer’s disease
Manila Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
LONDON– The University of Oxford announced Monday that a landmark study would be launched to identify the biomarkers present in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease, in a bid to... Read more
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metro
Donald Trump scores higher than Hitler for psychopathic tendenciesDonald Trump has stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, according
Donald Trump scores higher than Hitler for psychopathic tendencies
metro / Posted 2 days ago
Donald Trump has stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, according to a new study. Research from the University of Oxford assessed this year’s candidates for the White House to determine how highly they ranked on the psychopath... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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11 News Houston
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
11 News Houston / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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9NewsNow WUSA 9 Washington, D.C.
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
9NewsNow WUSA 9 Washington, D.C. / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 bill
Could Indy, Chicago partner as Olympic hosts?
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 2 days ago
$3.5 billion in revenues from their 2012 summer games but spent around $18 billion to host them. A recent study from the University of Oxford stated, “for a city and nation to decide to stage the Olympic Games is to decide to take on one of the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study may show ways to maintain immunity in older peoplethe transcription factor needs to be continuously present for TEC to function n
Study may show ways to maintain immunity in older people
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
the transcription factor needs to be continuously present for TEC to function normally. Professor Georg Hollander from the University of Oxford's Department of Paediatrics said: 'The thymus is the organ in humans that first displays an... Read more
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New Kerala
Balochistan most poverty hit, says UNDP and Pakistan Govt. report - newkerala.com #108541the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pakistan and the Oxford Poverty
Balochistan most poverty hit, says UNDP and Pakistan Govt. report - newkerala.com #108541
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pakistan and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), University of Oxford. As per the report, over two-third of the people in Balochistan, i.e., 71 percent of the population... Read more
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Northern Echo
East researchers take part in most in-depth Alzheimer's study which aims to detect disease from the way people walkis funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and the Medical R
East researchers take part in most in-depth Alzheimer's study which aims to detect disease from the way people walk
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
is funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and the Medical Research Council (MRC), is being led by the University of Oxford and involves eight UK universities and the Alzheimer’s Society. Researchers will perform up to 50 tests... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University study could transform research into Alzheimer's diseasebe possible to design better clinical trials for treatments that make a real di
Newcastle University study could transform research into Alzheimer's disease
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
be possible to design better clinical trials for treatments that make a real difference. The multisite team, led by the University of Oxford, will work with colleagues at eight UK universities and the Alzheimer’s Society. Together, the... Read more
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Northern Echo
Newcastle researchers are hoping to be able to detect Alzheimer’s at an early stage – by looking at the way people walk.is funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and the Medical R
Newcastle researchers are hoping to be able to detect Alzheimer’s at an early stage – by looking at the way people walk.
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
is funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and the Medical Research Council (MRC), is being led by the University of Oxford and involves eight UK universities and the Alzheimer’s Society. Researchers will perform up to 50 tests... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Human connectionsinvolved with our compassionate response, and a simple touch can trigger releas
Human connections
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
involved with our compassionate response, and a simple touch can trigger release of oxytocin, aka ‘the love hormone’.” University of Oxford researcher Edmund Rolls reported in 2003 that the orbitofrontal cortex in a human brain is activated by... Read more
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PhysOrg
Spider silk: Mother Nature's bio-superlensgroove and lines (d) Clear magnified image (2.1x) of Blu-ray disk under spider
Spider silk: Mother Nature's bio-superlens
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
groove and lines (d) Clear magnified image (2.1x) of Blu-ray disk under spider silk superlens. Credit: Bangor University/ University of Oxford Scientists at the UK's Bangor and Oxford universities have achieved a world first: using spider-silk as... Read more
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Daily Mail
Archaeologists discover the oldest human bone in the Middle Eastextinct or retreating back. The middle finger bone was found as part of a join
Archaeologists discover the oldest human bone in the Middle East
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
extinct or retreating back. The middle finger bone was found as part of a joint project between archaeologists from the University of Oxford and Saudi researchers, as part of the Green Arabia Project. They found the bone at the Taas al-Ghadha... Read more
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PhysOrg
Downs as well as the ups of a football club's fortunes build fans' loyaltyeven if it is languishing at the bottom of the league and why is such loyalty s
Downs as well as the ups of a football club's fortunes build fans' loyalty
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
even if it is languishing at the bottom of the league and why is such loyalty so deeply entrenched? New research by the University of Oxford could provide the answer. Anthropologists have discovered that intense experiences of crucial wins and... Read more
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International Business Times
Scientists uncover pre-colonial Mexican manuscript hidden for 500 years using high-tech imagingwhich was hidden under a layer of "plaster and chalk" for nearly 500 years. A c
Scientists uncover pre-colonial Mexican manuscript hidden for 500 years using high-tech imaging
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
which was hidden under a layer of "plaster and chalk" for nearly 500 years. A collaborative effort by researchers at the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries and universities in the Netherlands using high-tech imaging helped reveal the... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Live updates and reaction from A level results day 2016was praised by St Paul’s Catholic College headteacher James McNulty. Student D
Live updates and reaction from A level results day 2016
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
was praised by St Paul’s Catholic College headteacher James McNulty. Student Daniel Grimwade accepted a place at the University of Oxford to study biological sciences, a first for the Sunbury school. James McNulty, St Paul's Catholic College... Read more
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birminghammail
Solihull sees excellent A level resultsalso an increase in the highest grades. Successes include Lucy Dyer, who achiev
Solihull sees excellent A level results
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
also an increase in the highest grades. Successes include Lucy Dyer, who achieved A*AA and will be reading french at The University of Oxford, Emily Thomas who achieved AAA and will be studying veterinary science at The University of Bristol and... Read more
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Luton Today
A LEVELS: Luton Sixth Form celebrate even higher resultsAmeer Abdullah will be moving on to the University of Cambridge to read medicin
A LEVELS: Luton Sixth Form celebrate even higher results
Luton Today / Posted 6 days ago
Ameer Abdullah will be moving on to the University of Cambridge to read medicine, Matthew Judson will be going to the University of Oxford to take philosophy, politics and economics, and Calum Cunningham, who achieved five A* grades, will also... Read more
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PhysOrg
High-tech imaging reveals precolonial Mexican manuscript hidden from view for 500 yearsResearchers from the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries and from univers
High-tech imaging reveals precolonial Mexican manuscript hidden from view for 500 years
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
Researchers from the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries and from universities in the Netherlands have used high-tech imaging to uncover the details of a rare Mexican codex dating from before the colonization of the Americas. The newly revealed... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Celebrations all round after incredible A-Level results at Ulverston Victoria High Schoolas well as an A in creative writing. The 18-year-old will now go on to study E
Celebrations all round after incredible A-Level results at Ulverston Victoria High School
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 6 days ago
as well as an A in creative writing. The 18-year-old will now go on to study English literature at the prestigious University of Oxford and can't wait to get stuck into life at one of the best universities in the world. She said: "I am... Read more
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birminghammail
level results 2016 LIVE: Photos, video and reactionalso an increase in the highest grades. Successes include Lucy Dyer, who achiev
level results 2016 LIVE: Photos, video and reaction
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
also an increase in the highest grades. Successes include Lucy Dyer, who achieved A*AA and will be reading french at The University of Oxford, Emily Thomas who achieved AAA and will be studying veterinary science at The University of Bristol and... Read more
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The Comet
level results day 2016: The Nobel School, Stevenageday 2016: The Nobel School, Stevenage Nobel School students Ben Gray, Bobby Ba
level results day 2016: The Nobel School, Stevenage
The Comet / Posted 6 days ago
day 2016: The Nobel School, Stevenage Nobel School students Ben Gray, Bobby Banks and Ellie Ward are all going to the University of Oxford. There was a 99 per cent pass rate at A*-E at The Nobel School in Stevenage, with head Martyn Henson... Read more
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Weston Mercury
A-level results: Gordano School celebrates improved resultspupils received all A or A* grades, including Cecilie Andersen whose four A*s w
A-level results: Gordano School celebrates improved results
Weston Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
pupils received all A or A* grades, including Cecilie Andersen whose four A*s will see her study maths at the University of Oxford. As way as A-level results, 23 students achieved one or more distinction results in the BTEC... Read more
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International Business Times
If trees could speak - How archaeologists use tree rings to uncover history's secretsinaccurate by as much as 200 to 300 years. In a paper published in Proceedings
If trees could speak - How archaeologists use tree rings to uncover history's secrets
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
inaccurate by as much as 200 to 300 years. In a paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, scientists from the University of Oxford have proceeded to design a new dating method, which they say could help them to anchor exactly when... Read more
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