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Daily Star
Will Europe supervolcano erupt TOMORROW? Claims Nibiru will spark explosiona major natural disaster. ERUPTION: It is claimed Nibiru will cause Campi Fleg
Daily Star / Posted 5 hours ago
a major natural disaster. ERUPTION: It is claimed Nibiru will cause Campi Flegrei to blow Dr Christopher Kilburn, of the University College London Hazard Centre, said: “By studying how the ground is cracking and moving at Campi Flegrei, we think... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of
KTXS Abilene / Posted 6 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 6 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 6 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, programme director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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express
Thirty minutes of exercise is the secret to living longerhigh levels, considered to be more than 2,500 minutes a week. John Martin, pro
express / Posted 10 hours ago
high levels, considered to be more than 2,500 minutes a week. John Martin, professor of cardiovascular medicine at University College London, said: “Walking is easy and cheap. This study should encourage governments to rebalance health... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Distrust of NSA hampering cryptography planthe intelligence agency losing much of the respect it once held, according to D
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 hours ago
the intelligence agency losing much of the respect it once held, according to Dr Steven J Murdoch, a security researcher at University College London. Emails and interviews with experts from Germany, Japan and Israel revealed widespread concern... Read more
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Daily Mail
Goodbye world! NASA reveals the final images Cassini tookdeveloped beyond our Earth,' said Andrew Coates, head of the Planetary Science
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
developed beyond our Earth,' said Andrew Coates, head of the Planetary Science Group at Mullard Space Science Laboratory at University College London. 'As well as Mars, outer planet moons like Enceladus, Europa and even Titan are now top contenders... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 14 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 15 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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News 8000
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
News 8000 / Posted 15 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 15 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals fertility clueessential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of re
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 15 hours ago
essential genes are mutated," said Helen Claire O'Neill, program director of reproductive science and women's health at University College London, who was not involved in the study. "This paper therefore elegantly highlights the need for further... Read more
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Irish Examiner
New Stoptober ads will encourage smokers to use e-cigarettesin England, standing at 19.8% for the first six months of this year. Over the
Irish Examiner / Posted 19 hours ago
in England, standing at 19.8% for the first six months of this year. Over the last decade, the average has been 15.7%. University College London researchers defined successful quitting as not having smoked in the previous 12 months. Last year,... Read more
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express
The key to healthy ageing revealed: THIS is the secret to being active in old agesport is the physical activity most likely to stand the test of time, the findi
express / Posted yesterday
sport is the physical activity most likely to stand the test of time, the findings show. Researchers from University College London, have suggested that encouraging early and sustained participation in sports might help people to... Read more
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Daily Star
Mexico volcano eruption after killer 7.1 earthquake ‘MORE dangerous than estimated’Popocatepetl is the most active volcano in Mexico Dr Simon Day, of the Institu
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
Popocatepetl is the most active volcano in Mexico Dr Simon Day, of the Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction at University College London, said the volcano is so active “it wouldn't take much shaking” to spark an eruption. But the... Read more
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Perth Now
‘Supervolcano’ pressure buildseruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” stud
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” study co-author Dr Christopher Kilburn from the University College London Hazard Center writes. Apart from a deadly earthquake which hit the Italian Island of Ischia last... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Supervolcano ’becoming more dangerous’eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” stud
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” study co-author Dr Christopher Kilburn from the University College London Hazard Center writes. media_cameraMount Vesuvius sits behind Naples, Italy. The volcano may not be... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Supervolcano ’becoming more dangerous’eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” stud
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” study co-author Dr Christopher Kilburn from the University College London Hazard Center writes. Apart from a deadly earthquake which hit the Italian Island of Ischia last... Read more
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News.com.au
Supervolcano ’becoming more dangerous’eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” stud
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
eruption, and it’s imperative that the authorities are prepared for this,” study co-author Dr Christopher Kilburn from the University College London Hazard Center writes. Mount Vesuvius sits behind Naples, Italy. The volcano may not be the real... Read more
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Daily Mail
Playing sport in mid life is key to keeping men healthywere up to five times more likely to keep fit and active into their late 70s th
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
were up to five times more likely to keep fit and active into their late 70s than those who avoided sports Researchers at University College London found men changed the types of activity they preferred as they got older, including enjoying more... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Word on the Street: Ipswich people discuss depression in teenagersat the age of 14, new research has revealed. To send a link to this page you m
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
at the age of 14, new research has revealed. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Research conducted by the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education and University of Liverpool has revealed that 24% of girls and 9% of... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
One in four girls aged 14 'suffering from depression'finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Perth Now
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Oxford Mail
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Bury Times
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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Gazette
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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guardian-series
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Herald Sun
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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Weekly Times
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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Harrow Times
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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This is West Country
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Gazette News
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
GMP 'vulnerable to hackers' - because its computers still use Windows XPdistribute patches in the same way it does for later releases of Windows,” Dr S
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
distribute patches in the same way it does for later releases of Windows,” Dr Steven Murdoch, a cyber-security expert at University College London, told the BBC . He continued: “So, if the [police’s] Windows XP computers are exposed to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Extinct frog capable of eating dinosaursfound. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechn
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
found. A joint study by the University of Adelaide, California State Polytechnic University, University of California and University College London has found that the Beelzebufo frog lived in Madagascar and would have been larger than any living... Read more
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Pendle Today
One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, survey showsfinding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimat
Pendle Today / Posted 2 days ago
finding a discrepancy between self-reported depressive symptoms and the estimations of parents. Researchers from the UCL (University College London) Institute of Education and the University of Liverpool examined data on more than 10,000 children... Read more
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Daily Mail
Shocking figures show teenagers are struggling with depressiondepressed. Data collected by the Millennium Cohort Study on more than 10,000 c
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
depressed. Data collected by the Millennium Cohort Study on more than 10,000 children born in the year 2000-01 was used by University College London and Liverpool University. When the children were aged three, five, seven, 11 and 14, their parents... Read more
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Breitbart
Delingpole: Climate Alarmists Finally Admit ‘We Were Wrong About Global Warming’spin their report. According to the London Times: Michael Grubb, professor of
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
spin their report. According to the London Times: Michael Grubb, professor of international energy and climate change at University College London and one ofthe study’s authors, admitted that his previous prediction had been wrong. He stated... Read more
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The Economic Times
Fast spinning star confirms Indian Nobel Laureate's theoryobserved the phenomenon for the first time. Researchers from the University of
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
observed the phenomenon for the first time. Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia and University College London in the UK used a highly sensitive piece of equipment to detect the polarised light from Regulus,... Read more
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The Hindu
Fast spinning star confirms Indian Nobel Laureate’s theoryobserved the phenomenon for the first time. Researchers from the University of
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
observed the phenomenon for the first time. Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia and University College London in the UK used a highly sensitive piece of equipment to detect the polarised light from Regulus,... Read more
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The Register
Why being 'boring' is a university AI spinout's route to successan important role as technology pioneers, but they also included very many that
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
an important role as technology pioneers, but they also included very many that never became a commercial success. In 2001 University College London produced 4D Trading, whose visualisation of stock prices in real time wowed the market but utterly... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fear of global warming is exaggerated, say scientistsnew analysis shows it is between 0.9C and 1C above. Michael Grubb, professor o
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
new analysis shows it is between 0.9C and 1C above. Michael Grubb, professor of international energy and climate change at University College London, accepted that the old projections had been wrong. RELATED ARTICLES Huddled in car boot, two... Read more
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