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New Kerala
67 million children are infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, says study - newkerala.com #83164of the disease among children. The innovative modelling and statistical analys
67 million children are infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, says study - newkerala.com #83164
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
of the disease among children. The innovative modelling and statistical analysis carried out by researchers from the University of Sheffield, Imperial College London, and the World Health Organisation estimated that at least 67 million... Read more
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PhysOrg
Engineers make major breakthrough in developing silk 'micro-rockets' that can be used safely in biological environmentsusing an innovative 3D inkjet printing method, researchers from Chemical and Bi
Engineers make major breakthrough in developing silk 'micro-rockets' that can be used safely in biological environments
PhysOrg / Posted 11 hours ago
using an innovative 3D inkjet printing method, researchers from Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield have taken the biggest step yet in producing microscopic silk swimming devices that are biodegradable... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
University of Sheffield guidetaking undergraduate degrees at the university are £9,000 annually.Student life
University of Sheffield guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
taking undergraduate degrees at the university are £9,000 annually.Student life The combined student populations of the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University mean that the city is always bustling with young people. Sheffield's... Read more
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The Scientist
Brexit's Effects on Sciencepoliticians and university leaders to reassure those very talented people that
Brexit's Effects on Science
The Scientist / Posted 4 days ago
politicians and university leaders to reassure those very talented people that they’re still valued,” James Wilsdon of the University of Sheffield told BuzzFeed. “I hope that ways will be found to reassure all those non-U.K. E.U. citizens who work... Read more
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Daily Mail
Millions of people may be needlessly taking statins every daystatin, since it will reduce their risk of suffering another heart attack.’ Dr
Millions of people may be needlessly taking statins every day
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
statin, since it will reduce their risk of suffering another heart attack.’ Dr Tim Chico, consultant cardiologist at the University of Sheffield, added: ‘We know already that statins definitely lower the risk of heart disease, and that the higher... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Transgender rights are critical for health and well-beingthe needs of a group that has been excluded in health and development,” he adde
Transgender rights are critical for health and well-being
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 days ago
the needs of a group that has been excluded in health and development,” he added.The Series was led by authors from the University of Sheffield (UK), Johns Hopkins University (USA), Curtin University (Australia) and the United Nations... Read more
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ABC News
Experts Call for Overhaul of Transgender Health Practicesthe health of transgender people worldwide. The authors from a variety of insti
Experts Call for Overhaul of Transgender Health Practices
ABC News / Posted 11 days ago
the health of transgender people worldwide. The authors from a variety of institutions, including Johns Hopkins University, University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom and the United Nations Development Program, explained how transgender people... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Failure to recognise gender diversity causes major gaps in understanding transgender healthas unsafe sex or substance abuse, which leave them at risk of further ill healt
Failure to recognise gender diversity causes major gaps in understanding transgender health
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
as unsafe sex or substance abuse, which leave them at risk of further ill health." The Series was led by authors from the University of Sheffield (UK), Johns Hopkins University (USA), Curtin University (Australia) and the United Nations... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Meet Nigerians Who Got International RecognitionElizabeth II as a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE). He
Meet Nigerians Who Got International Recognition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
Elizabeth II as a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE). He was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Sheffield in May, 1960. In 1957, Balewa was appointed Chief Minister, forming a coalition government between... Read more
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Ekklesia
Low turnout feared in EU referendumMatters, a collaboration between the Electoral Reform Society, the Crick Centre
Low turnout feared in EU referendum
Ekklesia / Posted 12 days ago
Matters, a collaboration between the Electoral Reform Society, the Crick Centre for the Understanding of Politics (University of Sheffield), Centre for the Study of Democracy (University of Westminster), and the Centre for Citizenship,... Read more
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iafrica.com
Tight undies bad for your spermas constricting pants are more likely to cause less fertile sperm, fertility ex
Tight undies bad for your sperm
iafrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
as constricting pants are more likely to cause less fertile sperm, fertility experts warned. According to the Telegraph, University of Sheffield Professor, Allan Pacey, explained that a study of 2500 men across the UK had found that wearing tight... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Tight undies bad for male fertility: expertscaused by the increasing number of women trying for their first babies at an ol
Tight undies bad for male fertility: experts
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 14 days ago
caused by the increasing number of women trying for their first babies at an older age, warns Professor Allan Pacey. The University of Sheffield academic said that the quality of men's sperm significantly decreased past the age of 40, and that... Read more
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PhysOrg
New research reveals secrets of former subglacial lakes in North America3-D view of the region. Credit: Stephen Livingstone Researchers at the Universi
New research reveals secrets of former subglacial lakes in North America
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
3-D view of the region. Credit: Stephen Livingstone Researchers at the University of Sheffield have provided a unique glimpse into one of the least understood environments on Earth by revealing for the first time former subglacial lakes and their... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Tight panties linked to low sperm countHealth News of Monday, 13 June 2016 Fertility expert Professor Allan Pacey, fr
Tight panties linked to low sperm count
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 15 days ago
Health News of Monday, 13 June 2016 Fertility expert Professor Allan Pacey, from the University of Sheffield, has said if men want to improve their chances of fathering a child they should not wear tight underwear. According to professor Pacey, a... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Realm Recruit welcomes new additions9s football team. He has also worked in retail and commercial property. Matt g
Realm Recruit welcomes new additions
Manchester Evening News / Posted 16 days ago
9s football team. He has also worked in retail and commercial property. Matt graduated with a 2:1 in History from the University of Sheffield last summer, before moving to the French Alps where he worked in catering over the ski... Read more
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New Kerala
Study links 2015 melting Greenland ice to faster Arctic warming - newkerala.com #75897from University of Georgia, Columbia University, University of Liege, City Coll
Study links 2015 melting Greenland ice to faster Arctic warming - newkerala.com #75897
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
from University of Georgia, Columbia University, University of Liege, City College of New York, University of Leeds and the University of Sheffield. The Greenland ice sheet, Earths second largest after Antarctica, holds enough ice that if it were... Read more
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Daily Mail
One in three strokes are caused by air pollutionpressure under control, and greatly reduce your risk of having a stroke. Dr Ti
One in three strokes are caused by air pollution
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
pressure under control, and greatly reduce your risk of having a stroke. Dr Tim Chico, consultant cardiologist at the University of Sheffield, said: 'Although there is always some uncertainty about such estimates, this study represents... Read more
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PhysOrg
Is fish poo the key to feeding the world's growing population?The Aquaponics: Resilience Food Farm at the University of Sheffield. Credit: Un
Is fish poo the key to feeding the world's growing population?
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
The Aquaponics: Resilience Food Farm at the University of Sheffield. Credit: University of Sheffield Feeding a growing world population is one of the greatest challenges society faces – and fish poo could be the answer, according to a group of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Greenland sets melt records in 2015 consistent with 'Arctic amplification'Study recorded record melts in Greenland. Credit: Professor Edward Hanna of the
Greenland sets melt records in 2015 consistent with 'Arctic amplification'
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
Study recorded record melts in Greenland. Credit: Professor Edward Hanna of the University of Sheffield Following record-high temperatures and melting records that affected northwest Greenland in summer 2015, a new study has provided the first... Read more
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PhysOrg
Slime mold gives insight into the intelligence of neuron-less organismssystem in many cases. A team of researchers from New Jersey Institute of Techn
Slime mold gives insight into the intelligence of neuron-less organisms
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
system in many cases. A team of researchers from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), the University of Sydney, the University of Sheffield and the University of Leeds recently studied this problem in the unicellular slime mold, Physarum... Read more
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asianage
The truth is out there: Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mysteryrepair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new resear
The truth is out there: Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mystery
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
repair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new research, conducted by leading scientists at the University of Sheffield in the UK, has revealed how branched DNA molecules are removed from the iconic double-helical... Read more
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asianage
The truth is out there Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mysteryrepair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new resear
The truth is out there Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mystery
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
repair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new research, conducted by leading scientists at the University of Sheffield in the UK, has revealed how branched DNA molecules are removed from the iconic double-helical... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
It's My Job: Conservation Research Biologistuniversity I concentrated on the north of England — traditionally a much cheape
It's My Job: Conservation Research Biologist
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 21 days ago
university I concentrated on the north of England — traditionally a much cheaper place to live. I studied zoology at the University of Sheffield, and in my summer holidays I would go backpacking around exotic locales such as Laos, New Zealand and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mysteryrepair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new resear
Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mystery
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
repair itself, something which is essential for all life forms. The new research, conducted by leading scientists at the University of Sheffield in the UK, has revealed how branched DNA molecules are removed from the iconic double-helical... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI researchin November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI research
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
in November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and Noel Sharkey, an emeritus professor of robotics and artificial intelligence the University of Sheffield in the United King... Read more
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Canberra Times
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI researchin November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI research
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
in November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and Noel Sharkey, an emeritus professor of robotics and artificial intelligence the University of Sheffield in the United King... Read more
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The Age
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI researchin November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the
Elon Musk, tech titans put $1.4b toward AI research
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
in November by Aimee van Wynsberghe, a professor in ethics of technology at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and Noel Sharkey, an emeritus professor of robotics and artificial intelligence the University of Sheffield in the United King... Read more
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The Scientist
Gene Behind Black Peppered Moth's Color Change Identifiedgenetic techniques to map the genes and locate them on the chromosomes.” In th
Gene Behind Black Peppered Moth's Color Change Identified
The Scientist / Posted 22 days ago
genetic techniques to map the genes and locate them on the chromosomes.” In the latter study, Nicola Nadeau from the University of Sheffield, U.K., and colleagues found that the same gene controls color in butterflies of the Heliconius... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Watching Solar Panel Crystals Grow A Cheaper More Versatile Futurea topic that provides the underlying focus of this research. An international
Watching Solar Panel Crystals Grow A Cheaper More Versatile Future
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 22 days ago
a topic that provides the underlying focus of this research. An international team led by Professor David Lidzey of the University of Sheffield coated a substrate with chemicals that, upon gentle heating or annealing, form crystals of a... Read more
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PhysOrg
The truth is out there: Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mysteryBranched DNA. Credit: Jon Sayers, University of Sheffield Scientists have unloc
The truth is out there: Scientists unlock X-Files DNA mystery
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
Branched DNA. Credit: Jon Sayers, University of Sheffield Scientists have unlocked a crucial part of the mystery as to how our DNA can replicate and repair itself - something which is essential for all life forms. The new research, conducted by... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'My wife and I thought life insurance was a joke - then she died in a car crash'do not have life insurance. The research by the Institute of Inertia - a partn
'My wife and I thought life insurance was a joke - then she died in a car crash'
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
do not have life insurance. The research by the Institute of Inertia - a partnership between comparethemarket.com and the University of Sheffield - also shows that a huge 44 per cent have never discussed the financial implications of death with... Read more
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chad
VIDEO & 360 PHOTO: BBC Music Day blows the trumpet for Yorkshire as UK music capitalthe volume was really turned up with more events than any other city in the cou
VIDEO & 360 PHOTO: BBC Music Day blows the trumpet for Yorkshire as UK music capital
chad / Posted 25 days ago
the volume was really turned up with more events than any other city in the country, with support from the team at the University Of Sheffield, with Professor Vanessa Toulmin, Director of City & Cultural Engagement. 360 PHOTO: Reverend and the... Read more
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chad
PREVIEW: Sheffield Makes Music with big names and new bands on BBC Music Day - full line up and timesMcClure acoustic set in the Winter Garden, at 2.30pm. "The day’s line-up has b
PREVIEW: Sheffield Makes Music with big names and new bands on BBC Music Day - full line up and times
chad / Posted 26 days ago
McClure acoustic set in the Winter Garden, at 2.30pm. "The day’s line-up has been made possible thanks to support from the University of Sheffield, Sheffield’s Business Improvement District (BID), Hope Works and Arts Council England. "It comes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gene that turned moths black also colours tropical butterflies yelloware jointly educating the predator that they don't taste good." Dr Supple and
Gene that turned moths black also colours tropical butterflies yellow
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
are jointly educating the predator that they don't taste good." Dr Supple and colleagues led by Dr Nicola Nadeau of the University of Sheffield focused on a handful of the 40 Heliconius species, comparing the genomes of those that had a yellow... Read more
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PhysOrg
Genetic switch that turned moths black also colors butterfliesof genes involved in making a wing, why is it this one every time?" Dr Nicola
Genetic switch that turned moths black also colors butterflies
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
of genes involved in making a wing, why is it this one every time?" Dr Nicola Nadeau, a NERC Research Fellow from the University of Sheffield added: "It's amazing that the same gene controls such a diversity of different colours and patterns... Read more
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express
M&S to stop playing music in major stores following customer feedbackin the retail environment can 'change customers' behaviour and affect their spe
M&S to stop playing music in major stores following customer feedback
express / Posted 28 days ago
in the retail environment can 'change customers' behaviour and affect their spending'. Dr Pitts, Head of Music at the University of Sheffield, also recognises how stores can attempt to attract certain types of customer through the music they... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can suncream RAISE your risk of skin cancer?to sunscreens, which is very different from what happens in reality, says Allan
Can suncream RAISE your risk of skin cancer?
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
to sunscreens, which is very different from what happens in reality, says Allan Pacey, a professor of andrology from the University of Sheffield. 'We don't actually know whether when you apply it to your skin, any of the sunscreen chemicals even... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sleep and Memory – Are They Connected?of the changes that happen in infancy and early childhood. In a recent study co
Sleep and Memory – Are They Connected?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
of the changes that happen in infancy and early childhood. In a recent study conducted with her colleagues from the University of Sheffield in England and Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, where she was then based, Dr Seehagen used an... Read more
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Mashable
What the the Bible and 'Game of Thrones' have in commoncontemporary popular culture are constructed in the image of their biblical anc
What the the Bible and 'Game of Thrones' have in common
Mashable / Posted a month ago
contemporary popular culture are constructed in the image of their biblical ancestors. And that trope certainly doesn’t look like dying any time soon. Meredith J C Warren is a lecturer in biblical and religious studies at the University of Sheffie... Read more
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PhysOrg
Understanding perovskite growth could lead to cheaper, more versatile solar panelsa topic that provides the underlying focus of this research. An international
Understanding perovskite growth could lead to cheaper, more versatile solar panels
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
a topic that provides the underlying focus of this research. An international team led by Professor David Lidzey of the University of Sheffield coated a substrate with chemicals that, upon gentle heating or annealing, form crystals of a... Read more

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