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2015/08/01 09:42
2015/08/01 09:42
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If you thought that a picture of a woman pushing a pram would be hard-pressed to cause controversy, then you clearly haven’t seen this photo. . In it, 23-year-old model Ymre Stiekema is jogging with...
2015/08/01 09:42
2015/08/01 09:42
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2015/07/31 15:45
2015/07/31 15:45
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The auroras were detected not on an exoplanet but on a brown dwarf, one of a class of objects that are too big to be planets but too small to sustain the fusion reactions seen in stars. Astronomers...
2015/07/31 05:15
2015/07/31 05:15
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It is a characteristic of technological development for humans to get machines to do things that they don’t want to, whether it is washing the dishes, mowing the lawn or walking long distances to get...
2015/07/30 21:38
2015/07/30 21:38
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Two inexpensive classes of drugs available in generic form each reduce the recurrence of breast cancer in post-menopausal women as well as death rates from the disease, a pair of studies...
2015/07/30 16:35
2015/07/30 16:35
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Scientists ‘have calculated exactly when you should get knocked up’ It’s something all young people (particularly women) hear on a regular basis: ‘When are you going to settle down and have a...
2015/07/28 05:38
2015/07/28 05:38
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Fly-Bag lining successfully prevents controlled bomb explosion In a series of controlled explosions, scientists tested a bomb proof lining technology to avoid explosions in aircrafts, which showed...
2015/07/24 13:22
2015/07/24 13:22
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Two inexpensive classes of drugs available in generic form each reduce the recurrence of breast cancer in post-menopausal women as well as death rates from the disease, a pair of studies reported...
2015/07/21 21:47
2015/07/21 21:47
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Healthcare providers face fines for missing the national four-hour target for all emergency departments to conclude 95% of cases. But covert footage has suggested doctors are discharging patients...
2015/07/21 10:34
2015/07/21 10:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSSperm from the majority of men wont freeze well, which is one of the reasons donors are in short supply.' said Professor Allan Pacey. Picture: Brenton Geach Washington - The...
2015/07/20 20:51
2015/07/20 20:51
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Testing at birth for 'greedy' gene could help curb obesity epidemic BRITAIN can beat its obesity epidemic by searching for a “greedy gene” at birth, scientists believe. A study says it’s our genetic...
2015/07/20 15:08
2015/07/20 15:08
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Share This article It is one of the less appreciated facts in medical science that humans possess the capacity for perfect scar-free healing – with one caveat, the human in question must still be in...
2015/07/19 11:37
2015/07/19 11:37
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Shall we eat tigers? – Max Herriman Published: 19 July 2015 6:21 PM Such a great idea! This is how it would work – we would breed tigers in captivity, thousands of them. Then we would go into the...
2015/07/18 14:07
2015/07/18 14:07
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Student media outlets at the University of Sheffield have launched a petition to save their facilities after it emerged that their Student’s Union is planning to remove half of their space as part of...
2015/07/18 07:09
2015/07/18 07:09
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When it came into effect in 2012 the rise in tuition fees to £9,000 a year had a significant knock-on effect on adventurers. Ucas figures show that deferred entries to university dropped from more...
2015/07/17 12:03
2015/07/17 12:03
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It might sound a bit like quack medicine, but researchers from the University of Sheffield have proven that sound waves can help accelerate the skin's healing process. In particular, the team has...
2015/07/17 10:34
2015/07/17 10:34
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APDuckweed - can be identified as the green dots that cover slow-moving water - is set to become a new superfood. Photo: AP London - A weed that chokes Britain’s lakes and ponds could help to solve...
2015/07/16 12:44
2015/07/16 12:44
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The Nobel Prize medal awarded to British biochemist Hans Krebs sold in auction this week (July 14) for £225,000 (around $351,225), according to BBC News. Krebs, who died in 1981, shared the Nobel...
2015/07/14 23:21
2015/07/14 23:21
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Is duckweed really the food of the future? Weed that chokes lakes is high in protein and could help solve world's food crisis Experts have found a way of drying duckweed to make a protein...
2015/07/14 12:39
2015/07/14 12:39
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European Space Agency Cluster II satellites observe equatorial noise waves inside the Earth's magnetosphere. Credit: ESA/Yuri Shprits Since the early 1970s, orbiting satellites have picked up on...
2015/07/13 11:39
2015/07/13 11:39
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A new report from the University of Sheffield Alcohol Research Group and the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) has revealed more than half of Scots and three-quarters of people from North West...
2015/08/01 09:42
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