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Daily Mail
Debbie McGee eats silver particles every dayexternal use are not generally recognised as safe and effective'. Anthony Hilt
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
external use are not generally recognised as safe and effective'. Anthony Hilton is professor of applied microbiology at Aston University and says scientific evidence doesn't support the use of colloidal silver as an oral supplement. 'I'm not... Read more
7d
chroniclelive
Newcastle University ranked number one by studentsof Leeds (4.34) University Of Dundee (4.25) University of Liverpool (4.24) L
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
of Leeds (4.34) University Of Dundee (4.25) University of Liverpool (4.24) Liverpool Hope University (4.24) Aston University (4.23) University of Nottingham (4.22) University of Bristol (4.20) The rankings were based on data from... Read more
9d
birminghammail
Who owns the West Midlands? The top 10 biggest property ownersowned by Absolute Healthcare (Central) Limited, which was bought for £167.5m.
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
owned by Absolute Healthcare (Central) Limited, which was bought for £167.5m. This was followed by two pieces of land at Aston University, Gosta Green Campus, which cost LSAV (Aston Student Village) GP1 Limited £98.8m and £82.9m respectively, and... Read more
13d
Manchester Evening News
How degree apprenticeships are benefitting businesses...Aston University is helping companies to ‘grow their own graduates’ with employ
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
Aston University is helping companies to ‘grow their own graduates’ with employer-led scheme. Traditional university courses aim to equip students with the skills they need to hit the ground running in their chosen industry, becoming a valuable... Read more
14d
Channel NewsAsia
Can you get herpes from make-up testers?sharing a toothbrush with a stranger, yet they happily use make-up testers,” sa
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
sharing a toothbrush with a stranger, yet they happily use make-up testers,” said Dr Amreen Bashir, a microbiologist from Aston University in Birmingham, in a Daily Mail article on Nov 4. She said: “There is a real risk of catching bacterial... Read more
16d
birminghammail
Degree apprenticeships benefitting businessesthe degree apprenticeship scheme is a brilliant way to ensure that a company th
birminghammail / Posted 16 days ago
the degree apprenticeship scheme is a brilliant way to ensure that a company thrives with the right workforce. That's why Aston University is encouraging more employers to explore the benefits of the programme. Degree apprenticeship lead Sasha... Read more
17d
San Francisco Chronicle
Catalan saga takes new twist as Puigdemont turns himself into be trying to restore order in Catalonia in a restrained way," said Caroline
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
to be trying to restore order in Catalonia in a restrained way," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the U.K. who specializes in nationalist movements. "The jailings have made everything more... Read more
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19d
Daily Mail
Beware the make-up testers that can carry herpes and salmonellaand e.coli, as well as skin flare-ups from bacteria on other people’s faces. D
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
and e.coli, as well as skin flare-ups from bacteria on other people’s faces. Dr Amreen Bashir, a microbiologist from Aston University in Birmingham, said: ‘Most people would never consider sharing a toothbrush with a stranger, yet they... Read more
20d
San Antonio Express-News
Catalan leader claims Spain witch hunt as Prime Minister Rajoy moves warilywill push more people into the independence camp and nothing gets solved," said
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
will push more people into the independence camp and nothing gets solved," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics at Aston University in the U.K. who specializes in nationalist movements. "Madrid will be making a mistake if it doesn't make an... Read more
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24d
express
Centrica to invest in smart homes manufacturer Carbon Dynamicof occupants. Since 2014, Ignite has backed more than 25 enterprises. Earlier
express / Posted 24 days ago
of occupants. Since 2014, Ignite has backed more than 25 enterprises. Earlier this month, it invested in Grid Edge, an Aston University spin-out that uses artificial intelligence to manage and optimise the energy systems in buildings.Related... Read more
30d
Canberra Times
Catalans plan human shield to block Madrid takeoverCatalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
Catalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the UK who specialises in nationalist movements. "The big question for me, really, is how Madrid is... Read more
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30d
Zero Hedge
If You Want To Understand The Next 10 Years, Study SpainCatalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight,” said Caroline
Zero Hedge / Posted 30 days ago
Catalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight,” said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the U.K. who specializes in nationalist movements. “The big question for me, really, is how Madrid is... Read more
30d
WA Today
Catalans plan human shield to block Madrid takeoverCatalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
Catalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the UK who specialises in nationalist movements. "The big question for me, really, is how Madrid is... Read more
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30d
The Age
Catalans plan human shield to block Madrid takeoverCatalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Catalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the UK who specialises in nationalist movements. "The big question for me, really, is how Madrid is... Read more
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30d
Sydney Morning Herald
Catalans plan human shield to block Madrid takeoverCatalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Catalan media are not just going to stand down without a fight," said Caroline Gray, a lecturer in politics and Spanish at Aston University in the UK who specialises in nationalist movements. "The big question for me, really, is how Madrid is... Read more
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