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Oxford Mail
Town and Gown runners cough up more cash than expected for charityfirst runner to cross the finish line in University Parks was Physics student,
Town and Gown runners cough up more cash than expected for charity
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
first runner to cross the finish line in University Parks was Physics student, Luuk Metselaar, who is studying at the University of Oxford. The 23-year-old from the Netherlands finished in a speedy 31.35 minutes. He said: "I thought there... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Town and Gown runners cough up more cash than expected for charityfirst runner to cross the finish line in University Parks was Physics student,
Town and Gown runners cough up more cash than expected for charity
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 hours ago
first runner to cross the finish line in University Parks was Physics student, Luuk Metselaar, who is studying at the University of Oxford. The 23-year-old from the Netherlands finished in a speedy 31.35 minutes. He said: "I thought there... Read more
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PhysOrg
Technology offers path to 'clean, safe' chemical productiontechnology called HydRegen is being developed by Professor Kylie Vincent and he
Technology offers path to 'clean, safe' chemical production
PhysOrg / Posted 12 hours ago
technology called HydRegen is being developed by Professor Kylie Vincent and her team in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford that promises to make the production of fine chemicals 'cheaper, faster, safer and cleaner'. The... Read more
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BBC News
Coding the future: What will the future of computing look like?environment, with large numbers of links to other programmes, says Daniel Kroen
Coding the future: What will the future of computing look like?
BBC News / Posted 23 hours ago
environment, with large numbers of links to other programmes, says Daniel Kroening, professor of computer science at the University of Oxford. Some, like Haskell in quantitative finance, are dominant in niches because of available frameworks and... Read more
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J Weekly
Battle of the Jewish sons-in-law: Clinton vs. Trumpof Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosoph
Battle of the Jewish sons-in-law: Clinton vs. Trump
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
of Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A. in international relations from the University of Oxford, England. Kushner: Grew up in Livingston, New Jersey. His father, Charles, ran a real estate empire... Read more
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The Verge
Mars is emerging from an ice age that ended about 400,000 years agotropic. That’s when Mars undergoes an ice age. "The impact is pretty dramatic,"
Mars is emerging from an ice age that ended about 400,000 years ago
The Verge / Posted yesterday
tropic. That’s when Mars undergoes an ice age. "The impact is pretty dramatic," says Peter Read, a physics professor at the University of Oxford. Today’s study was based on predictions that 400,000 years ago such a shift in the planet’s axis took... Read more
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The Age
Could new mind-reading technologies help stop crimes before they are committed?the Matterhorn sprouting from the Alps, roughly 300 milliseconds later. Profes
Could new mind-reading technologies help stop crimes before they are committed?
The Age / Posted yesterday
the Matterhorn sprouting from the Alps, roughly 300 milliseconds later. Professor Lucia Zedner from the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, is concerned about the concept of thought crime. Photo: Supplied In an era of heightened fears of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Transitioning to Green Growth - Where Are We?and CEO of General Electric Africa; Mthuli Ncube, Professor of Public Policy at
Transitioning to Green Growth - Where Are We?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
and CEO of General Electric Africa; Mthuli Ncube, Professor of Public Policy at Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford and former Chief Economist of the AfDB; and Rakesh Nangia, Evaluator General of the AfDB. The event will... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Launch of Special Panel On Accelerating the Implementation of the Bank's Ten Year Strategyare K.Y. Amoako, President, African Center for Economic Transformation; Paul Co
Launch of Special Panel On Accelerating the Implementation of the Bank's Ten Year Strategy
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
are K.Y. Amoako, President, African Center for Economic Transformation; Paul Collier, Director, Department of Economics, University of Oxford; Jay Ireland, President & CEO of General Electric, Africa; Justin Lin, Honorary Dean and Professor,... Read more
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Business Wire
Atlantic Healthcare Appoints New Commercial and Business Development Functions in U.S.Japan and other regions. Jonathan has a BA from Villanova University in the U.S
Atlantic Healthcare Appoints New Commercial and Business Development Functions in U.S.
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
Japan and other regions. Jonathan has a BA from Villanova University in the U.S. and a PGCert in Nanotechnology from the University of Oxford, UK. Notes to Editors: Atlantic Healthcare is an international specialty pharmaceutical company... Read more
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Evening Standard
All you need is an algorithm to pen a hit or write a bestsellerThe result? A man with a moustache clad in black but for a white collar. But a
All you need is an algorithm to pen a hit or write a bestseller
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
The result? A man with a moustache clad in black but for a white collar. But as John Hyman, professor of aesthetics at the University of Oxford and the author of Action, Knowledge, and Will, makes clear, this is no artistic achievement: “What this... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Class Board of 2019 survey connects students' summerswill also be available for students from Stanford University, Massachusetts Ins
Class Board of 2019 survey connects students' summers
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted yesterday
will also be available for students from Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wellesley College, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and New York University. 3,411 students used the website last summer,... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Red geysers' host supermassive black holes which stop stars formingmaintain their quiescence.' The research, which was a collaborative effort bet
'Red geysers' host supermassive black holes which stop stars forming
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
maintain their quiescence.' The research, which was a collaborative effort between the University of Tokyo and the University of Oxford, studied a near-dormant distant galaxy named 'Akira'. In the study, which is published in the journal... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists discover how supermassive black holes keep galaxies turned offto the new large SDSS-IV MaNGA survey of galaxies, a collaborative effort led b
Scientists discover how supermassive black holes keep galaxies turned off
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
to the new large SDSS-IV MaNGA survey of galaxies, a collaborative effort led by the University of Tokyo and involving the University of Oxford has discovered a surprisingly common new phenomenon in galaxies, dubbed "red geysers", that could... Read more
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Sun Star
Cendaña: Dear 2016 Poll Winnerswhich means political support. Whether by majority or plurality, you won and n
Cendaña: Dear 2016 Poll Winners
Sun Star / Posted 2 days ago
which means political support. Whether by majority or plurality, you won and now possess the support of the people. University of Oxford public policy expert Sir Paul Collier said "elections determine who is in power but don't determine how... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
UK renewables cuts 'risk slowing shift to clean energy'for new reactors at Hinkley Point. Steiner, who is stepping down in June and m
UK renewables cuts 'risk slowing shift to clean energy'
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 2 days ago
for new reactors at Hinkley Point. Steiner, who is stepping down in June and moving to the Oxford Martin school at the University of Oxford, said it was “extremely important” that last year’s historic Paris climate deal should be formally... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Microvascular disease burden tied to CVD outcomes in diabetic patientsbeing retinopathy, microalbuminuria and peripheral neuropathy. Naveed Sattar (
Microvascular disease burden tied to CVD outcomes in diabetic patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
being retinopathy, microalbuminuria and peripheral neuropathy. Naveed Sattar (University of Glasgow, UK) and David Preiss (University of Oxford, UK) write in an accompanying commentary that the study, "while reinforcing established wisdom, does so... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Tune into the rhythm of your biological clockin the first part of the day, rather than the later part," says Russell Foster,
Tune into the rhythm of your biological clock
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
in the first part of the day, rather than the later part," says Russell Foster, professor of circadian neuroscience at the University of Oxford and author of Rhythms of Life: The BiologicalClocks That Control the Daily Lives of Every Living... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesuse inside human bodies, and he is creating silk implants that could transform
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 2 days ago
use inside human bodies, and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
KTVZ Bend / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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News 8000
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
News 8000 / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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WXII-TV Winston-Salem
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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The Financial Express
Modi’s third year begins: Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hikeof India and now Country Director, International Growth Centre, a think tank ba
Modi’s third year begins: Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hike
The Financial Express / Posted 2 days ago
of India and now Country Director, International Growth Centre, a think tank based at LSE, run in partnership with University of Oxford. The biggest impact of the Pay Commission awards will be in the housing segment in smaller... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodiesand he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. D
Harnessing spider powers to heal human bodies
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 2 days ago
and he is creating silk implants that could transform regenerative medicine. Discovering the web As a student at the University of Oxford during the 1960s, Vollrath initially focused on the flight patterns of homing pigeons, supervised by... Read more
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The Indian Express
Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hikeof India and now Country Director, International Growth Centre, a think tank ba
Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hike
The Indian Express / Posted 3 days ago
of India and now Country Director, International Growth Centre, a think tank based at LSE, run in partnership with University of Oxford. The biggest impact of the Pay Commission awards will be in the housing segment in smaller... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
The Scunthorpe Problem returns as PayPal blocks Isis Close residentsrouting protocol, a Canadian satellite, a Royal Navy ship, a neutron source and
The Scunthorpe Problem returns as PayPal blocks Isis Close residents
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 3 days ago
routing protocol, a Canadian satellite, a Royal Navy ship, a neutron source and the name of the reserve boating crew at the University of Oxford. And a water skiing club. And a Toyota car. And, more importantly for our story, part of any number... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Flu jab linked to reduced hospitalisation risk in heart failure patientsevidence for current recommendations. Professor Kazem Rahimi, Deputy Director
Flu jab linked to reduced hospitalisation risk in heart failure patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
evidence for current recommendations. Professor Kazem Rahimi, Deputy Director of The George Institute for Global Health, University of Oxford, UK, said: "Many guidelines recommend that elderly patients and those with co-morbidities including... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Lifehacker 101: Neural Networks And AI Explainedfact, all these things are already happening, to some extent. The changes are p
Lifehacker 101: Neural Networks And AI Explained
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 3 days ago
fact, all these things are already happening, to some extent. The changes are profound enough that researchers at the University of Oxford estimate that up to a half of jobs, including the one possessed by yours truly, will be lost to AI... Read more
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Daily Mail
The best way to manage blood pressure? Test BOTH armsmany as a third of people in Britain have dangerously high blood pressure, yet
The best way to manage blood pressure? Test BOTH arms
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
many as a third of people in Britain have dangerously high blood pressure, yet few realise they’re at risk Meanwhile, a University of Oxford study found high blood pressure in your 30s or 40s is a warning sign of dementia in later life. It... Read more
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Newsmax
An Anti-Cancer Diet for Young Women?should increase their fruit intake, especially during adolescence, in order to
An Anti-Cancer Diet for Young Women?
Newsmax / Posted 4 days ago
should increase their fruit intake, especially during adolescence, in order to prevent cancer. In an accompanying paper, University of Oxford researchers said "much more evidence is needed before we can draw conclusions on the reported protective... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Man Who Became a Goatof vanilla. Foster is or has been a veterinarian, a lawyer, a newspaper column
The Man Who Became a Goat
The New Yorker / Posted 4 days ago
of vanilla. Foster is or has been a veterinarian, a lawyer, a newspaper columnist, a lecturer in medical ethics at the University of Oxford, and an adventurer. Now fifty-three, he has written, co-written, or edited thirty-four books, among them... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Study suggests eating spicy foods is key to long lifeoften are more likely to live longer. RELATED: Best Tex-Mex restaurants in tow
Study suggests eating spicy foods is key to long life
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
often are more likely to live longer. RELATED: Best Tex-Mex restaurants in town Scientists from Harvard Medical School, University of Oxford and various Chinese research institutions spent more than seven years tracking a half million... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Trump Vs. Clinton: Battle Of The Jewish Sons-In-Lawsuburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A
Trump Vs. Clinton: Battle Of The Jewish Sons-In-Law
The Jewish Week / Posted 4 days ago
suburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A. in international relations from the University of Oxford, England. Family Kushner: Grew up in Livingston, N.J. Father, Charles Kushner, ran a real estate empire... Read more
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JTA
Trump vs. Clinton: Battle of the Jewish sons-in-lawsuburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A
Trump vs. Clinton: Battle of the Jewish sons-in-law
JTA / Posted 4 days ago
suburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A. in international relations from the University of Oxford, England.Family Kushner: Grew up in Livingston, New Jersey. Father: Charles Kushner ran a real estate... Read more
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CBS News
Sex spells discovered on ancient Egyptian papyriand translated the papyri. Many of them are now owned by the Egypt Exploration
Sex spells discovered on ancient Egyptian papyri
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
and translated the papyri. Many of them are now owned by the Egypt Exploration Society and are housed and studied at the University of Oxford in England. Maltomini is part of a larger group of editors and contributors from multiple institutions... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Study suggests eating spicy foods is key to long lifeoften are more likely to live longer. RELATED: Best Tex-Mex restaurants in tow
Study suggests eating spicy foods is key to long life
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
often are more likely to live longer. RELATED: Best Tex-Mex restaurants in town Scientists from Harvard Medical School, University of Oxford and various Chinese research institutions spent more than seven years tracking a half million... Read more
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PhysOrg
Benzoquinone additive promotes solution-phase discharge in lithium-air batterieslimits the battery performance by unacceptable levels due to product formation
Benzoquinone additive promotes solution-phase discharge in lithium-air batteries
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
limits the battery performance by unacceptable levels due to product formation on the cathode surface. Researchers from the University of Oxford have added DBBQ (2,5-di-tert-butyl-1,4-benzoquinone) to a weakly solvating electrolyte solution, LiTFSI... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
British proposal would tie a university's tuition to its teaching qualitylevel of the teaching would be determined. The proposal would mean newer colle
British proposal would tie a university's tuition to its teaching quality
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 4 days ago
level of the teaching would be determined. The proposal would mean newer colleges that aren't as established as the University of Oxford or the University of Cambridge, but offer high-quality education, "will be able to compete on equal... Read more
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EuroNews
Brexit – the key claims analysedof movement in exchange for access to the Single Market. Dr. Carlos Vargas-Sil
Brexit – the key claims analysed
EuroNews / Posted 4 days ago
of movement in exchange for access to the Single Market. Dr. Carlos Vargas-Silva of The Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford, which is impartial on the referendum, told euronews that no-one could predict the potential impact of... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Artist born without legs, left arm proves anything is possibleof Technology next week with artistic skills impressive enough to get her into
Artist born without legs, left arm proves anything is possible
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 4 days ago
of Technology next week with artistic skills impressive enough to get her into the master of fine arts program at the University of Oxford in England. She can skillfully throw pottery and create sculptures as well as take videos of herself... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Neuro cuisine: exploring the science of flavour – videoTamal Ray, anaesthetist and baker, Professor Charles Spence, experimental psych
Neuro cuisine: exploring the science of flavour – video
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
Tamal Ray, anaesthetist and baker, Professor Charles Spence, experimental psychologist at the University of Oxford and chef Jozef Youssef embark on a journey to decode the science of flavour. Professor Spence and Jozef challenge Tamal to explore how... Read more
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The Chronicle
Duke grad prepares for potential trip to Mars despite delaysof 100 finalists out of 200,000 original applicants. After graduating from Duke
Duke grad prepares for potential trip to Mars despite delays
The Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
of 100 finalists out of 200,000 original applicants. After graduating from Duke, Kaye received a fellowship to work at the University of Oxford where she is now helping to design the Cherenkov Telescope Array, a worldwide project to build an... Read more
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The Forward
Battle of the Wannabe White House Jewish Son-in-Lawssuburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A
Battle of the Wannabe White House Jewish Son-in-Laws
The Forward / Posted 5 days ago
suburb of Wynnewood; B.A. from Stanford (religious studies and philosophy); M.A. in international relations from the University of Oxford, England Family background Kushner: Grew up in Livingston, N.J; father, Charles Kushner, ran a real... Read more
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