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Perth Now
Do we need all these obvious studies?IT’S time for a new career. At least, according to a study by British group Rel
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
IT’S time for a new career. At least, according to a study by British group Relate and broadband company Talk Talk, who inform me that next year I’ll be hitting the age of peak career anxiety. So I’ve done some research, read some studies and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Stonehenge men ate pork and dairy - despite being lactose intolerantRoasted sweet pork with cheese and butter: What was on the menu for (lactose in
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Roasted sweet pork with cheese and butter: What was on the menu for (lactose intolerant) Stonehenge Man Scientists examined food remnants from pots and bones found near Stonehenge They deduced what people ate during celebrations while erecting the... Read more
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Gulf News
Male infertility a reality in UAEbe addressed? If a woman fails to conceive, she must not be blamed as the fault
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
be addressed? If a woman fails to conceive, she must not be blamed as the fault could, equally, lie with her husband.Dr Robertson believes this viewpoint is slowly making way to fit in today’s reality. “Back in the 1980s, if couples were... Read more
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Gulf News
Male infertility a reality in UAEA drop in sperm count and a deterioration in quality contribute to the conditio
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
A drop in sperm count and a deterioration in quality contribute to the condition bY Suchitra Bajpai ChaudharySenior Reporter Dubai:One in five couples in the UAE face infertility-related issues and in almost 50 per cent of the cases, men are the... Read more
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7d
The North West Star
The Day It All Began With Campbell MilesWhile researching an article we found an article of John Campbell Miles in the
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
While researching an article we found an article of John Campbell Miles in the archive. Page five in The North West Star's Tuesday, May 29, 1973, edition. The photo is of John Campbell Miles (seated) discoverer of Mount Isa, with D.S.... Read more
7d
Manchester Evening News
Could new fingerprint technology help crack cold cases in Greater Manchester?Manchester. The technique means scientists can test for traces of drugs, blood
Manchester Evening News / Posted 7 days ago
Manchester. The technique means scientists can test for traces of drugs, blood, hair, cleaning products, lubricants, food, cosmetics, as well as other substances of forensic interest that could provide vital background information about a... Read more
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9d
ScienceBlogs
A conversation with a Rigvir flacktherapy that I hadn’t really heard much about before. The cancer treatment is c
ScienceBlogs / Posted 9 days ago
therapy that I hadn’t really heard much about before. The cancer treatment is called Rigvir; it is manufactured in Latvia and marketed primarily through a Latvian entity called the International Virotherapy Center (IVC). To recap, Rigvir is an... Read more
11d
Hindustantimes.com
60+ is India’s fastest growing demographic but public policy largely ignores the elderlyKisturi Devi, 62, lives with her two daughters-in-law and nine grandchildren in
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 11 days ago
Kisturi Devi, 62, lives with her two daughters-in-law and nine grandchildren in Ballana village of Alwar district in Rajasthan. All three women are widowed. Since 2013, Devi has been receiving an old-age pension of Rs 500 per month–half the amount... Read more
11d
Daily Mail
Scott of the Antarctic's 1911 South Pole expedition 'sabotaged'Captain Scott of the Antarctic's doomed 1911 expedition to the South Pole was '
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Captain Scott of the Antarctic's doomed 1911 expedition to the South Pole was 'sabotaged' by his second in command who stole vital rations and rebelled against orders, expert claims Captain Scott and his crew of four died on their return to base... Read more
12d
Daily Mail
Why your brain wants a challenge and dancing can stave of dementiaWhy your brain wants to be challenged, friends are good for the mind and singin
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Why your brain wants to be challenged, friends are good for the mind and singing karaoke can help stave of dementia All this week, two eminent neurologists specialising in Alzheimer’s are sharing cutting-edge research with Mail readers and revealing... Read more
13d
asianage
UP govt must set up special team to monitor projects: Assochambody Assocham has suggested. "Even if 50 per cent projects get implemented, it
asianage / Posted 13 days ago
body Assocham has suggested. "Even if 50 per cent projects get implemented, it will help UP generate around 1 lakh direct and 1,50,000 indirect job opportunities," Assocham said in a study titled 'Uttar Pradesh: Economic Growth and Investment... Read more
13d
Manchester Evening News
The top 100 tech companies in Greater Manchester 2017Here we reveal 100 of the best and brightest tech companies in the region. Wit
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
Here we reveal 100 of the best and brightest tech companies in the region. With the world moving online, and business going with it, we take a look at Greater Manchester and Cheshire’s thriving technology industry in partnership with KPMG. That... Read more
13d
New Kerala
PolyU Develops the First Food Hygiene Standard Certification System Tailor-made for Hong Kong-style Catering Establishments - newkerala news #277561as the culinary capital of Asia, with local catering establishments of unique s
New Kerala / Posted 13 days ago
as the culinary capital of Asia, with local catering establishments of unique styles providing great varieties of Eastern and Western dishes cooked in different ways. However, for long, Hong Kong lacks a food hygiene standard that can cope with... Read more
13d
Daily Mail
Mars astronauts could be at risk from microbes aboard their spacecraftMars Scientists analysed data from the 17-month long Mars 500 experiment Volu
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Mars Scientists analysed data from the 17-month long Mars 500 experiment Volunteers who took part collected regular swabs and air samples from inside Experts found they were teeming with microscopic organisms like bacteria Research has shown... Read more
14d
Mumbrella
How shopping centres are changing to fight online shoppingBoth retailers and shopping centre operators have to work together to create co
Mumbrella / Posted 14 days ago
Both retailers and shopping centre operators have to work together to create compelling reasons for customers to leave their homes and go shopping in physical stores. This has already resulted in a lot of experimentation, from VIP shopping nights to... Read more
15d
Daily Mail
Warning: Sitting down could give you dementiaSitting down could give you dementia... but the good news is you CAN protect yo
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Sitting down could give you dementia... but the good news is you CAN protect yourself and here's how On Saturday, two eminent neurologists who specialise in Alzheimer’s told how their cutting-edge research has led them to believe lifestyle tweaks... Read more
15d
Daily Mail
Is it possible to catch diabetes? It sounds absurd, but that's what a reputable new study suggests. And it may b
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
It sounds absurd, but that's what a reputable new study suggests. And it may be that other 'lifestyle' diseases such as joint pain and even obesity are contagious, too Intriguingly, scientists are finding evidence... Read more
16d
The Hindu
Privacy is the Swaraj of our timesmeasures of questionable benefit, a shrinking ambit of civil liberties, deadly
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
measures of questionable benefit, a shrinking ambit of civil liberties, deadly challenges to the freedom of expression, and a public discourse that increasingly marginalises and humiliates minorities and women, the Supreme Court judgment in... Read more
17d
The Hindu
Super smell strength of solitary beesThanks to olfactory receptors, certain food smells can make the mouth water. Th
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
Thanks to olfactory receptors, certain food smells can make the mouth water. The small membrane proteins in the nose send signals to your brain about smell. But in bees, smell is not just associated with food or finding flowers but is also an... Read more
18d
Irish Examiner
C&AG Report: €661m ‘collectable’ tax not recovered; Fresh concerns raised over Garda Collegeover Garda College Saturday, September 30, 2017 The Irish Examiner news team
Irish Examiner / Posted 18 days ago
over Garda College Saturday, September 30, 2017 The Irish Examiner news team look at the findings in the Comptroller and Auditor General Report. Comptroller and Auditor General, Seamus McCarthy Revenue: €661m ‘collectable’ tax not... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tributes for Australian rice industry leaderFormer SunRice chair, Jerilderie mayor and highly respected rice industry advoc
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Former SunRice chair, Jerilderie mayor and highly respected rice industry advocate Terry Hogan died on Wednesday. The Coleambally rice grower was a director on the SunRice board for 17 years, including five years as chairman from 1996 to... Read more
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New Kerala
Leading Trade Fair for Powder, Bulk Solids and Process Technologies now in India - newkerala news #275468Mumbai : Powder and Bulk Solids India is now been rebranded as POWTECH India in
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
Mumbai : Powder and Bulk Solids India is now been rebranded as POWTECH India in line with NurnbergMesse's POWTECH, the leading trade fair for processing, analysis and handling of powder and bulk solids (https://www.powtech.de/en). Ms. Petra Wolf,... Read more
21d
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
These are the East of England’s strongest scientific industries Visitors to High Lodge in Thetford gave visitors the chance to find antibioti
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
Visitors to High Lodge in Thetford gave visitors the chance to find antibiotics in the soil. Picture: Ian Burt These are the four key sectors outlined in the Science and Innovation... Read more
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22d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The timing is right to once again 'go for growth' It's time to dust off the old Liberal Party slogan and "go for growth". But t
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
It's time to dust off the old Liberal Party slogan and "go for growth". But this time we should do it in a way that takes advantage of our current period of low inflation and low interest rates,... Read more
22d
The Tyee
My Summer With the World in FlamesThe news from the natural world these days is mostly about water, and understan
The Tyee / Posted 22 days ago
The news from the natural world these days is mostly about water, and understandably so. We hear about the record-setting amounts of water that Hurricane Harvey dumped on Houston and other Gulf cities and towns, mixing with petrochemicals to pollute... Read more
24d
dna
Full text of PM Narendra Modi's Mann Ki Baat speechis the 36th episode today. “Mann Ki Baat” has provided me with a unique opportu
dna / Posted 24 days ago
is the 36th episode today. “Mann Ki Baat” has provided me with a unique opportunity to get connected with various feelings and positive energy of the country; emotions of our people which include their desires, expectations and at times, even... Read more
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27d
Belfast Telegraph
Brexiteers are holding Northern Ireland to ransom... and it could end in disaster A 'hard' border looks increasingly likely... and only paramilitaries and smug
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
A 'hard' border looks increasingly likely... and only paramilitaries and smugglers will benefit, says Professor James Anderson A campaigner at the Exit Brexit protest... Read more
28d
Perth Now
Sex and sleep key to happinessAnd strong relationships with family and friends, job security and the good hea
Perth Now / Posted 28 days ago
And strong relationships with family and friends, job security and the good health of loved ones are also much more ­important than flash cars and exotic holidays. The claims come from a new Living Well Index, which looks at how ­people cope best... Read more
28d
Hindustantimes.com
Extreme weather in India taking a toll on people and economyIt has been a year of unprecedented and extreme weather events in India, and ac
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 28 days ago
It has been a year of unprecedented and extreme weather events in India, and across the world, highlighted by freak phenomena which experts attribute to an alarming rate of climate change. For the record, 2016 was the warmest year since climate data... Read more
28d
The Age
Same-sex marriage: Offended? Some need to walk a mile in my shoessome who were going to vote "yes", then got offended by comments they deemed "t
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
some who were going to vote "yes", then got offended by comments they deemed "too extreme" by a few in the "yes" campaign and have now decided to voice their disapproval by not voting. I have been "offended" for over a decade by what I deem is an... Read more
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SciDev.net
Global Cassava PartnershipDirector (Consultancy)Bringing science and development together through news and analysis Location:
SciDev.net / Posted 30 days ago
Bringing science and development together through news and analysis Location: Cali, Colombia The Organization: The International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) seeks to develop technologies and... Read more

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