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The Register
Science sugar daddy extends data-sharing policy to softwarewell as having the potential to improve both research and research transparency
The Register / Posted 12 hours ago
well as having the potential to improve both research and research transparency. Alan Woodward, security professor at the University of Surrey, said it was a "positive move" that he hoped would help "set the tone" across academia that research was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Robots should be equipped with an ethical black boxinformation could be taken from cameras and other equipment Academics made the
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
information could be taken from cameras and other equipment Academics made the proposal at a conference held at the University of Surrey Science fiction is littered with nightmare visions of robots turning against their creators, but a... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Electricity does not cause humans to sleep lessbelieve that we are getting less sleep because of these late-to-bed and early-t
Bel Marra Health / Posted 4 days ago
believe that we are getting less sleep because of these late-to-bed and early-to-rise habits.A new study done at the University of Surrey has proven otherwise. The study was inspired by lead researcher Dr. Andrew Beale’s own experience of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fish oil in pregnancy may reduce a child’s risk of diabetesrole in the development of regions that control motor and social development.
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
role in the development of regions that control motor and social development. Lead author Dr Andrea Darling from the University of Surrey, said: 'Our research shows that if levels are low in expectant mothers, it can affect the development of... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Cute dog one of the robots taking over University of Surreydemonstrators, products and services. Professor Yang Gao, professor of space a
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
demonstrators, products and services. Professor Yang Gao, professor of space and autonomous systems at the University of Surrey and the general chairman of TAROS-2017, said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming speakers on a wide... Read more
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walesonline
Universities are awarding more firsts to degree students as top grades soarawarded as first in 2015/16; change in percentage points. * Liverpool Institut
walesonline / Posted 5 days ago
awarded as first in 2015/16; change in percentage points. * Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts - 14.6% 37% 22.3 * University of Surrey - 19.3% 41.2% 21.9 * University of East Anglia - 12.5% 34% 21.5 * University for the Creative Arts -... Read more
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New Kerala
University of Hertfordshire: It is Time for the NHS to See Care Homes as Partners Not Problems, Major Three-Year Study Finds - newkerala news #255506funded by NIHR, involved seven UK partner universities - the University of Hert
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
funded by NIHR, involved seven UK partner universities - the University of Hertfordshire (lead), University of Nottingham, University of Surrey, Brunel University, Kings College London, University College London and City, University of London.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Modern lifestyles are NOT to blame for insomniarisk of depression, obesity, heart attack, stroke and diabetes – and it shorten
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
risk of depression, obesity, heart attack, stroke and diabetes – and it shortens your life expectancy. A team led by the University of Surrey examined sleeping patterns of people from two neighbouring communities in Mozambique – the small... Read more
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The Register
China's 'future-proof' crypto: We talk to firm behind crazy quantum key distribution network(We’d be just guessing there, though, because we don’t know exactly what they d
The Register / Posted 6 days ago
(We’d be just guessing there, though, because we don’t know exactly what they did with WhatsApp). Cryptography prof at the University of Surrey Alan Woodward said: "I think it is likely to be the sort of infrastructure more tightly controlled by... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Urbanization and electrification of homes not linked to sleep lossthe amount that we sleep, a new study in the journal Scientific Reports finds.
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
the amount that we sleep, a new study in the journal Scientific Reports finds. In this study, researchers from the University of Surrey, in collaboration with groups in South Africa, Brazil, Colombia and the USA, examined the sleeping... Read more
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Daily Mail
Your baby’s development depends on what lies in their diaperrole in the development of regions that control motor and social development.
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
role in the development of regions that control motor and social development. Lead author Dr Andrea Darling from the University of Surrey, said: 'Our research shows that if levels are low in expectant mothers, it can affect the development of... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
University of Surrey to be part of new £16m 5G Huband research, and will see all three work in partnership to keep the UK at the
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
and research, and will see all three work in partnership to keep the UK at the forefront of 5G technology development. The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) will lead the project and develop 5G radio technologies and a fully... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Teachers ‘should have no fear of being filmed’: Call for classroom CCTVor abused. "A good teacher should have no fear of being filmed," Mr Roy said.
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
or abused. "A good teacher should have no fear of being filmed," Mr Roy said. Emmeline Taylor, a criminologist at the University of Surrey and author of Surveillance Schools: Security, Discipline and Control in Contemporary Education, said the... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Surrey-made inflatable space sail successfully deployedmission has successfully tested both inflatable and ‘deorbit sail’ technologies
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
mission has successfully tested both inflatable and ‘deorbit sail’ technologies in space from a small nanosatellite (Image: University of Surrey) Prof Craig Underwood, head of SSC’s environments and instrumentation group and principal investigator... Read more
13d
Sky News Australia
Risk for kids with low vitamin D in pregnancyimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated,' said lead au
Sky News Australia / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated,' said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. 'It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Fears for children of mums with low Vit Dimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead au
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. "It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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13d
News.com.au
Fears for children of mums with low Vit Dimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead au
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. "It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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Herald Sun
Fears for children of mums with low Vit Dimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead au
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. "It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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Weekly Times
Fears for children of mums with low Vit Dimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead au
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. "It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fears for children of mums with low Vit Dimportance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead au
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated," said lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey. "It is well-known to be good for our musculoskeletal systems, but our research shows that if levels... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Development fears for children of expectant mothers with low vitamin D levelsneurological development of brain areas controlling motor and social developmen
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 days ago
neurological development of brain areas controlling motor and social development. Lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey, said: "The importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated. "It is well-known to be... Read more
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13d
News-Medical-Net
Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy negatively impacts development of childrenthe British Journal of Nutrition reports. Examining data gathered from over 7,
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
the British Journal of Nutrition reports. Examining data gathered from over 7,000 mother-child pairs, researchers from the University of Surrey, and the University of Bristol, discovered that pregnant women who were deficient in vitamin D (less... Read more
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13d
The News and Star
Development fears for children of expectant mothers with low vitamin D levelsneurological development of brain areas controlling motor and social developmen
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
neurological development of brain areas controlling motor and social development. Lead author Dr Andrea Darling, from the University of Surrey, said: "The importance of vitamin D sufficiency should not be underestimated. "It is well-known to be... Read more
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15d
KRDO Colorado Springs
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
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KECI Missoula
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
6 related articles
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News 8000
UK university proposes post-Brexit campus in Germanyinterest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-
News 8000 / Posted 15 days ago
interest from the senior university management at both King's and TU." Muller-Steinhagen spent seven years working at the University of Surrey in the UK and is bewildered by the UK's decision to leave the EU. And he expects to see proposals for... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Ground breaking study dispels myth that vitamin D2 and D3 have same nutritional valueare being urged to rethink official guidance around vitamin D following the pub
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
are being urged to rethink official guidance around vitamin D following the publication of a ground breaking study from the University of Surrey, which dispels the myth that vitamin D2 and D3 have the same nutritional value. In the first ever study... Read more
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CTV News
Vitamin D2 and D3 not equally effective in topping up nutrient levels finds studyto rethink their official guidelines on vitamin D. The first-ever study of its
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
to rethink their official guidelines on vitamin D. The first-ever study of its kind, the research was carried out by the University of Surrey, U.K. to look into which type of vitamin D -- D2 or D3 -- is most effective in raising levels of the... Read more
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Medical News Today
Vitamin D guidelines may be changed following new studyof Health website, they write, "The two forms have traditionally been regarded
Medical News Today / Posted 19 days ago
of Health website, they write, "The two forms have traditionally been regarded as equivalent." Researchers from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom recently set out to test whether or not this widely held belief is correct. They... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This DUP MP is asking if the NHS can fund metal rings that 'stop people snoring'up the wearer's airways.Read More Dr Neil Stanley, a sleep researcher with 35
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
up the wearer's airways.Read More Dr Neil Stanley, a sleep researcher with 35 years' experience who worked for the RAF and University of Surrey, told the Mirror: "I am unsure that there is any scientific evidence that copper rings or bracelets have... Read more
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Daily Mail
Vitamin D3 is twice as important to our health than D2with Gary Numan: Singer, 59, answers... Share this article In the first ever
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
with Gary Numan: Singer, 59, answers... Share this article In the first ever study of its kind, researchers from the University of Surrey came to their conclusions after investigating the two types using low doses of vitamin D in fortified... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Can Development Minerals Avoid Abuses and Fuel African Growth?or improve the mining sector," said Gavin Hilson, a professor and the chair of
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
or improve the mining sector," said Gavin Hilson, a professor and the chair of sustainability in business at Britain's University of Surrey. "But there is potentially serious stream of revenue from artisanal and small scale mining if you... Read more
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dna
Can development minerals avoid abuses and fuel African growth?or improve the mining sector," said Gavin Hilson, a professor and the chair of
dna / Posted 22 days ago
or improve the mining sector," said Gavin Hilson, a professor and the chair of sustainability in business at Britain's University of Surrey. "But there is potentially serious stream of revenue from artisanal and small scale mining if you... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Campaign calls on university to avoid building on green beltOpposing of the development, the CPRE argues the University of Surrey has faile
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
Opposing of the development, the CPRE argues the University of Surrey has failed to build on land already taken out of the green belt at Manor Park 15 years ago - with only one third of the planned university residences being built since then. The... Read more
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New Kerala
The secrets to entrepreneurial success in tourism - newkerala #25159930 : Behind every 'successful' tourism entrepreneur, there are many unsuccessfu
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
30 : Behind every 'successful' tourism entrepreneur, there are many unsuccessful years and countless sleepless nights. The University of Surrey research into innovative entrepreneurs starting to work in tourism has found, in some of the first... Read more
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Business Wire
SES and SaT5G to Spearhead Development of Ubiquitous 5G Network CapabilitiesTerrestrial Network for 5G (SaT5G) consortium consists of 16 partners: Avanti C
Business Wire / Posted 26 days ago
Terrestrial Network for 5G (SaT5G) consortium consists of 16 partners: Avanti Communications, Thales Alenia Space France, University of Surrey, SES, Airbus Defence and Space, OneAccess, TNO (Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast... Read more
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Scotsman
£3.5bn warship ‘using Windows XP system at centre of NHS hack’the computer software on the aircraft carrier is “properly protected”. But Ala
Scotsman / Posted 27 days ago
the computer software on the aircraft carrier is “properly protected”. But Alan Woodward, professor of computing at the University of Surrey, said: “If XP is for operational use, it is extremely risky. Why would you put an obsolete system in a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
M25 Cobham services assault tops Tuesday's most read stories13 sandwich fillers from its fresh deli section got readers' attention too. Me
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 28 days ago
13 sandwich fillers from its fresh deli section got readers' attention too. Meanwhile, lots of you also read about The University of Surrey's gold award in new Teaching Excellence Framework. Here is our round-up for Tuesday (June 27).M25... Read more
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express
Britain's new super-warship at risk of cyber attack for 'running outdated Windows XP'and therefore is not updated, it cannot protect new types of cyber attacks. Al
express / Posted 28 days ago
and therefore is not updated, it cannot protect new types of cyber attacks. Alan Woodward, professor of computing at the University of Surrey, told The Times: "If XP is for operational use, it is extremely risky. "Why would you put an obsolete... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Concerns raised despite University of Surrey 'gold' ratingThe University of Surrey has received a Gold award in the first Teaching Excell
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 28 days ago
The University of Surrey has received a Gold award in the first Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) - which the students' union has branded "another step towards the idea that students are customers". The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) is a new... Read more
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International Business Times
Russia, really? 'Any teenager' could be culprit of UK parliament cyberattack says expert team to understand what has happened and advise on the necessary mitigating act
International Business Times / Posted 29 days ago
team to understand what has happened and advise on the necessary mitigating actions." Alan Woodward, professor at the University of Surrey, told The Times: "State actors, if they wanted to get access to those emails, would try and do it a lot... Read more
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Daily Mail
Children can have prejudice towards their overweight peersdamaged arteries 25 years later - even if they lost weight in the intervening y
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
damaged arteries 25 years later - even if they lost weight in the intervening years. The findings, by scientists at the University of Surrey, found obese children were more likely to develop pre-diabetes, thickened arteries and high blood... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Cromer Pier Show celebrates its 40th anniversary with variety spectacularCromer Pier Show 2017. Picture: Antony Kelly • Female lead vocalist Emily Yarr
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 1 months ago
Cromer Pier Show 2017. Picture: Antony Kelly • Female lead vocalist Emily Yarrow, who makes a welcome return for a second summer season, studied at the University of Surrey, Roehampton, achieving a first class honours degree in Music & Perform... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Accident and emergency departments need to do more to identify young people with alcohol problems, new study findsover 65 are also not routinely asked about their drinking habits, the study car
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
over 65 are also not routinely asked about their drinking habits, the study carried out by researchers from the University of Surrey found. Young people are drinking less than previous generations, the survey found, but this age group... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Accident and emergency departments need to do more to identify young people with alcohol problems, new study findsover 65 are also not routinely asked about their drinking habits, the study car
Croydon Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
over 65 are also not routinely asked about their drinking habits, the study carried out by researchers from the University of Surrey found. Young people are drinking less than previous generations, the survey found, but this age group... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
7 reasons why this man thoroughly deserves hospital honourspecialist nursing staff and running an active patient support group. A resear
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 1 months ago
specialist nursing staff and running an active patient support group. A research initiative, launched in 2006 with the University of Surrey, has grown to become the largest charity-funded prostate cancer research group in the UK. Currently... Read more

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