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Jefferson City News Tribune
The problems with renewable energythem cause there are no factories left in the USA. The really exciting news how
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
them cause there are no factories left in the USA. The really exciting news however is in diamond batteries created at the University of Bristol. Technically they aren't batteries but use nuclear waste (Carbon 14) to generate electricity. It would... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted 3 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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BBC News
Where are all the women in economics?community - with many saying that what people say on the internet isn't necessa
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
community - with many saying that what people say on the internet isn't necessarily an indication of how they truly think. University of Bristol professor Sarah Smith says: "I think it's an extreme view. I don't think it's a representation of... Read more
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EuroNews
Mystery surrounding ancient Easter Island people deepensby many archaeologists, historians, population geneticists and even adventurers
EuroNews / Posted 7 days ago
by many archaeologists, historians, population geneticists and even adventurers,” said archaeologist Cat Jarman of the University of Bristol in Britain. Jarman said the study, published in the journal Current Biology, confirmed a growing body... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why some people love animals and others couldn't care lessto rely on hunting to get meat. Writing for The Conversation, John Bradshaw, a
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
to rely on hunting to get meat. Writing for The Conversation, John Bradshaw, a visiting fellow in anthrozoology at the University of Bristol, looks at how people's affection for animals could have been an important part of our evolution for... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Marital ups and downs tied to shifts in heart healthfactors for those whose relationships were consistently good or bad,” said lead
Eye Witness News / Posted 7 days ago
factors for those whose relationships were consistently good or bad,” said lead study author Dr Ian Bennett-Britton of the University of Bristol. But changes in marriage were associated with shifts in heart health, the study found. “Improving... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Marital ups and downs tied to shifts in heart healthfactors for those whose relationships were consistently good or bad,” said lead
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
factors for those whose relationships were consistently good or bad,” said lead study author Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton of the University of Bristol. But changes in marriage were associated with shifts in heart health, the study found. “Improving... Read more
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asianage
Can insulin pumps work better than injections for kids with diabetes?depends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said
asianage / Posted 8 days ago
depends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said Edwin Gale, an emeritus professor at the University of Bristol in the UK. “Pumps work very well in selected people with proper support, but they are not for... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Insulin pump help diabetic children, teens control blood sugar better than injectiondepends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
depends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said Edwin Gale, an emeritus professor at the University of Bristol in the UK. “Pumps work very well in selected people with proper support, but they are not for... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Can insulin pumps work better than injections for kids with diabetes?depends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
depends on how well patients work to get the right dose at the right time, said Edwin Gale, an emeritus professor at the University of Bristol in the U.K. “Pumps work very well in selected people with proper support, but they are not for... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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WALB Albany
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WALB Albany / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
A man's health may rely on health of his marriagegoing back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 9 days ago
going back as far as 1912," said Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton. He's the study's lead author and a research fellow at the University of Bristol in England. "What's not been clear is whether this is simply a reflection of healthier and wealthier... Read more
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New York Post
Marriage troubles linked to health problems for men: studychanges in relationship quality. Research Fellow Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton of th
New York Post / Posted 9 days ago
changes in relationship quality. Research Fellow Dr. Ian Bennett-Britton of the School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, said: “Married men have been shown to have reduced CVD mortality and morbidity, though the reasons for... Read more
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asianage
Bandage that glows to show an infectionantibiotics, says Jenkins. Jenkins’s group is collaborating with clinical rese
asianage / Posted 12 days ago
antibiotics, says Jenkins. Jenkins’s group is collaborating with clinical researchers from a pediatric burn center at the University of Bristol, and the team envisions that one of the first applications could be burn treatment. Clinicians tend to... Read more
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Daily Mail
The best brain-bending optical illusions of 2017 revealedcompletely parallel The café wall illusion was first reported by Dr Richard Gr
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
completely parallel The café wall illusion was first reported by Dr Richard Gregory, a professor of neuropsychology at the University of Bristol, Dr Priscilla Heard, an experimental cognitive psychologist at the University of the West of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mick Jagger is chuffed I wrote about our fling, says writerLife was through the snout of a prize pig,’ remarks one long-term reader. Bell
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Life was through the snout of a prize pig,’ remarks one long-term reader. Bella, 21, who has just graduated from the University of Bristol, with a degree in Politics and International Relations, and is now travelling in Australia, attended... Read more
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metro
Eating less meat in pregnancy 'linked to drink and drug problems'deficiency (Picture: Getty) Participants in the the Avon Longitudinal Study of
metro / Posted 15 days ago
deficiency (Picture: Getty) Participants in the the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), based at the University of Bristol, provided food frequency questionnaire data from which dietary patterns were derived. Alcohol,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NZ Cities Growing Out of Garden Spaceof the brain that controls mood with an increase in serotonin resulting in a be
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
of the brain that controls mood with an increase in serotonin resulting in a better mood. The past research, conducted at University of Bristol, found that treating mice with the bacteria altered their behaviour in a way similar to that produced... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission calls for implementation of protocol against tortureliberty, from Garda stations to residential care facilities," Emily Logan said.
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
liberty, from Garda stations to residential care facilities," Emily Logan said. “In Commissioning this research from the University of Bristol, the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission’s focus has been on enabling ratification to take... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Gaps in independent probes of detention unitssigned 10 years ago, which would oblige it to set up such a system. A report,
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
signed 10 years ago, which would oblige it to set up such a system. A report, conducted by human rights experts from the University of Bristol for the commission, said the most significant gap in Ireland on the monitoring of places of detention... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Windfarm construction noise could make fish more vulnerable to predatorspiers, disrupted the abilities of individual sea bass to co-ordinate their move
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
piers, disrupted the abilities of individual sea bass to co-ordinate their movements with one another, researchers from the University of Bristol found. This man-made noise pollution could make them more susceptible to danger, as cohesion and... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Lecturer, activist Suthachai Yimprasert dies at 61and continued his higher education, graduating from Srinakharinwirot University
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 days ago
and continued his higher education, graduating from Srinakharinwirot University. He completed his doctorate at the University of Bristol in 1998. He also joined the political movement led by the United Front for Democracy against... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Experimental nerve-stimulation partially revives man in vegetative statepatient is an actual change." Another outside expert, Elizabeth Coulthard, sen
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
patient is an actual change." Another outside expert, Elizabeth Coulthard, senior lecturer in dementia neurology at the University of Bristol, said the improvement was minimal. The patient was scored on a scale of 0 to 23, where 0 represents no... Read more
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asianage
Nerve stimulation 'raised awareness' of man in vegetative statepatient is an actual change." Another outside expert, Elizabeth Coulthard, sen
asianage / Posted 23 days ago
patient is an actual change." Another outside expert, Elizabeth Coulthard, senior lecturer in dementia neurology at the University of Bristol, said the improvement was minimal. The patient was scored on a scale of 0 to 23, where 0 represents no... Read more
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SKY News
Wolves may have killed British tourist Celia Hollingworth in Greece, says coronerbut lost signal on her phone. The 62-year-old was a former Oxford professor wh
SKY News / Posted 23 days ago
but lost signal on her phone. The 62-year-old was a former Oxford professor who worked as an administrator for the University of Bristol. She spent time campaigning for the Bath Against Cuts group, which described her as "always... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
James Blunt at Little Caesars Arena, 3 Things To Knowworld. He�s won Brit Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and Ivor Novello Awards and
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
world. He�s won Brit Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and Ivor Novello Awards and has an honorary doctorate in music from the University of Bristol. He�s also good pals with Ed Sheeran -- never bad company to keep. He collaborates on two tracks from... Read more
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Daily Mail
White people make up 83 percent of clinical trials participantsamong people in that age group. And the issue is not specific to the American
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
among people in that age group. And the issue is not specific to the American healthcare system. A 2016 report from the University of Bristol in the UK found that less than one-third of clinical trials include a sizable portion of... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Ed Sheeran at Little Caesars Arena, 3 Things To Knowworld. He�s won Brit Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and Ivor Novello Awards and
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
world. He�s won Brit Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and Ivor Novello Awards and has an honorary doctorate in music from the University of Bristol. He�s also good pals with Ed Sheeran -- never bad company to keep. He collaborates on two tracks from... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ede & Ravenscroft accused of driving up graduation gown costs due to "anti-competitive" business practicestheir graduation ceremonies. They estimate that just 58 per cent of students a
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
their graduation ceremonies. They estimate that just 58 per cent of students actually attend their graduation. At the University of Bristol students wishing to rent a graduation gown and purchase basic photography package from Ede &... Read more
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Daily Mail
What made headteacher Emma Kelly, 43, go to the Amazon?forensic intent, studying education at Roehampton and then Leeds University, fo
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
forensic intent, studying education at Roehampton and then Leeds University, followed by a course in deaf studies at the University of Bristol and a masters through the Open University. She excelled in her new calling, starting in pre-schools... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tsetse fly has rows of sharp teeth and rasps to chew through your skinto penetrate through the skin to find blood. Pictured is the proboscis, inverte
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
to penetrate through the skin to find blood. Pictured is the proboscis, inverted (a) and everted (b) Researchers at the University of Bristol have been taking a close-up look at the biting mouthparts of the African tsetse fly as part of ongoing... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Drink-spiking spate at Bristol University during Freshers' Week investigated by policeso far are believed to be in a serious condition. Simon Bray, Director of Resi
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
so far are believed to be in a serious condition. Simon Bray, Director of Residential and Hospitality Services at the University of Bristol, said: "It goes without saying that this type of behaviour is not acceptable. "We are extremely... Read more
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birminghammail
This is what diet drinks actually do to your bodyother beverages without added sweeteners." Dr Elizabeth Coulthard, consultant
birminghammail / Posted 29 days ago
other beverages without added sweeteners." Dr Elizabeth Coulthard, consultant senior lecturer in dementia neurology at the University of Bristol, said: "Although interesting, this paper does not tell us that artificially sweetened drinks cause... Read more
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New Kerala
Is moderate drinking in pregnancy ok? - newkerala news #273013during pregnancy -- 'but one glass is OK, isn't it?'" Loubaba Mamluk, senior re
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
during pregnancy -- 'but one glass is OK, isn't it?'" Loubaba Mamluk, senior research associate in epidemiology at the University of Bristol in the UK and lead author of the paper, said in an email. "The distinction between light drinking and... Read more
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Aljazeera
Why do some peacekeepers rape? The full reportor sent home," explains Paul Higate, a lecturer at the school of sociology, pol
Aljazeera / Posted 1 months ago
or sent home," explains Paul Higate, a lecturer at the school of sociology, politics and international studies at the University of Bristol in the UK. The AP's investigation revealed that few of the accusations levelled against UN... Read more
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