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2015/05/27 20:21
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Are YOU a super multitasker? Take the online test that could reveal if your brain is wired for organisation The test asks you to focus on audio recordings and letters on the screen Research has...
2015/05/27 20:21
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2015/05/27 13:44
2015/05/27 13:44
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A fatal disease has been tamed into a chronic condition. The next step is to find a cure. Scientists are innately cautious, and AIDS researchers have learned humility over the years. Science operates...
2015/05/25 11:52
2015/05/25 11:52
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More people in India use mobile phones than toilets — that means nearly 600 million people still practise open defecation. There is a long way to go to a clean India. The government of Narendra Modi...
2015/05/24 21:27
2015/05/24 21:27
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... -- Polish opposition candidate Andrzej Duda defeated Bronislaw Komorowski in a presidential runoff, an exit poll showed, handing his party its first big victory in almost a decade and a...
2015/05/22 23:21
2015/05/22 23:21
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Does colour only exist in our BRAIN? Book argues it is simply a construct of the mind 'Outside Color' by Dr Mazviita Chirimuuta explores historical debates It suggests that colour doesn't exist - at...
2015/05/21 13:08
2015/05/21 13:08
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ENTERPRISE THERAPEUTICS Ltd, a drug discovery company focused on new therapeutics for respiratory diseases, today announced that it has secured an additional £2.4m ($3.6m) in Series-A financing. The...
2015/05/21 10:37
2015/05/21 10:37
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Former UNC doctoral student dies in attack Paula Kantor worked on food and poverty issues in Afghanistan. By Blake Hoarty | Published 17 minutes ago A former UNC doctoral student, Paula Kantor, died...
2015/05/20 13:29
2015/05/20 13:29
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Science can help and hinder knowledge of sustainability so we need a better grasp of its role, says Erik Millstone. Debates about the ecological unsustainability of industrial economies emerged...
2015/05/20 09:38
2015/05/20 09:38
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The USC study was done with beverages. Previous research has shown that sugar in the form of a thin liquid isn’t as filling as solid forms, so you won’t compensate by eating less food when you drink a...
2015/05/18 22:42
2015/05/18 22:42
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I provide independent research of technology companies and was previously one of two analysts that determined the technology holdings for Atlantic Trust (Invesco's high net worth group), a firm with...
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2015/05/16 16:29
2015/05/16 16:29
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There is a coffee crisis brewing, SciDev.Net recently reported in a story about the effects of climate change on the crop, primarily the highly prized Arabica coffee beans. A major study modelled 21...
2015/05/15 19:16
2015/05/15 19:16
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An attack by the Taliban on a guest house in Kabul which left a Briton dead also claimed the life of a scientist who lectured at an English university. Paula Kantor, 46, an expert on gender and...
2015/05/15 12:39
2015/05/15 12:39
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For the more recent years from 1971 to 2011, when governments have actively promoted entrepreneurship, the researchers have produced an Enterprise League Table. This is based upon rates of...
2015/05/15 12:29
2015/05/15 12:29
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As intergovernmental negotiations around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and discussions on future financing for development continue this week in New York, leading development experts from...
2015/05/14 16:11
2015/05/14 16:11
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It is dubbed the '50p building' for its unique apperance, but one an investment giant has coughed up rather more than that for one of Croydon's most iconic towers Hermes Investment Management spent...
2015/05/14 14:17
2015/05/14 14:17
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Online student newspaper, The Tab, polled 8,000 students across Britain. It took the narcotic crown from the University of Leeds, which topped the chart two years ago, but, with a score of 82%, has...
2015/05/14 13:52
2015/05/14 13:52
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... is all sobering evidence that our cups of coffee depend on the science of climate, pests and plants — and the livelihood of over 100 million people depends on this fine balance.” Roger...
2015/05/14 13:44
2015/05/14 13:44
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FLICKR, AMIO CAJANDERIn the wake of uproar over the dismissal of the European Commission (EC)’s chief scientific advisor last October, the EC has announced that it will set up a special science...
2015/05/14 09:29
2015/05/14 09:29
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Ebola's challenges hold lessons for other health emergencies. Elizabeth Smout examines what worked, and what didn't. The ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa has devastated Guinea, Liberia and...
2015/05/13 17:12
2015/05/13 17:12
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... keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams,” said Henry David Thoreau, who clearly knew what he was talking about. Swarms of honeybees have appeared in Salisbury, Marlborough and...
2015/05/27 20:21
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