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Leicester cited for achieving biggest scientific achievement of 2014

Leicester cited for achieving biggest scientific achievement of 2014

Posted by pt91 at Dec 18, 2014 03:10 PM |

Distinction for study that analysed Richard III's DNA and genealogy

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Are you being silently judged by the angel sitting on top of your Christmas tree?

Are you being silently judged by the angel sitting on top of your Christmas tree?

Posted by ap507 at Dec 18, 2014 11:20 AM |

Professor Martin Parker discusses how angels have long been used to reinforce elitism in human society

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Mortality from ischemic heart disease falls in the UK - but more lives are lost to Alzheimer's disease

Mortality from ischemic heart disease falls in the UK - but more lives are lost to Alzheimer's disease

Posted by ap507 at Dec 18, 2014 09:55 AM |

In the United Kingdom, average life expectancy for men increased to 79.1 years. Women's average life expectancy increased to 82.8 years in 2013

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Space scientists celebrate 15 years in space for ESA’s XMM-Newton satellite

Space scientists celebrate 15 years in space for ESA’s XMM-Newton satellite

Posted by ap507 at Dec 18, 2014 09:10 AM |

‘XMM-Newton has been an outstanding success, exceeding all expectations’ - Dr Steve Sembay, University of Leicester

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World's first ehealth app to support cancer patients and families launches

World's first ehealth app to support cancer patients and families launches

Posted by ap507 at Dec 18, 2014 09:26 AM |

New innovative CancerStories project led by University of Leicester academic shows how people cope with cancer

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NASA’s Curiosity rover records significant spikes in methane levels on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover records significant spikes in methane levels on Mars

Posted by ap507 at Dec 17, 2014 03:55 PM |

University of Leicester involved in data analysis of study which could shed light on the possibility of life existing on the planet

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