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  • Pledge To Tackle Campus Antisemitism In U.K. K年1月26日 E10時03分 Forbes Antisemitism is on the rise in the U.K., including on campus (Photo by Graeme Robertson/Getty ... [+] Images) Getty Images Education ministers in the U.K. have pledged to tackle antisemitic abuse on campus at a summit ahead of tomorrow’s Holocaust …
  • Best UK universities for drama & dance – league table K年1月18日 E12時22分 The Guardian 1 Essex 100 88.9 94.8 82.2 15.6 5 167 9 78 93.3 Satisfied with course88.9 Satisfied with teaching94.8 Satisfied with feedback82.2 Student to staff ratio15.6 Spend per student/105 Average entry tariff167 Value added score/109 Career after 15 …
  • What's Behind Royal Family's Drastic Decision to Strip Prince Andrew of Military Roles, HRH Title? K年1月17日 E1時31分 Sputnik International https://sputniknews.com/20220117/whats-behind-royal-familys-drastic-decision-to-strip-prince-andrew-of-military-roles-hrh-title-1092261644.html What's Behind Royal Family's Drastic Decision to Strip Prince Andrew of Military Roles, …
  • Why don't vaccines stop you getting Covid and what's difference between jab and booster? K年1月14日 E9時58分 SurreyLive More than 52 million people in the UK have had at least one Covid vaccination and around 36 million have had a booster jab, according to government figures Yet the Omicron variant has a seen a rapid rise in cases across the country since it was first …
  • Root of the problem: the brutal creation of a billionaire’s pleasure garden K年1月14日 E11時45分 The Guardian Villagers gather round kitchen tables, squabbling about the fate of huge trees, some of which have stood for centuries in front of their homes. What does one tree matter if its removal means the roads will be improved, argues a man, while an old woman …
  • How to win at Wordle! Puzzle experts reveal their strategies for success  K年1月12日 E8時20分 Daily Mail Puzzle experts have revealed their strategies for success at a word guessing game which is taking the world by storm.     Josh Wardle, who lives in Brooklyn and graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006, created the game Wordle to play …
  • US spelling of solution to Wordle puzzle baffles players on this side of the Atlantic  K年1月12日 E8時13分 Daily Mail British puzzle enthusiasts have been left stumped today after an online daily word-guessing game featured an American spelling for a commonly used word.  English speaking fans of the guessing game Wordle vented their frustration on social media today after …
  • Shirley McGreal, Champion of Primates Under Threat, Dies at 87 K年1月11日 E10時52分 The New York Times Shirley, who had a twin sister, Jean, earned a bachelor’s degree from Royal Holloway, University of London, where she studied Latin and French, and a master’s from the school in teaching education. She began a career largely teaching languages in schools …
  • Record levels of greenhouse gas methane are a ‘fire alarm moment’ K年1月7日 E6時52分 New Scientist Average atmospheric concentrations of methane reached 1900 parts per billion last September, the highest in nearly four decades of records Environment 7 January 2022 By Adam Vaughan Wetlands such as the Pantanal in Brazil are a major source of methane …
  • Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Classical music ‘February Fest’ returning to Egg Harbor K年1月5日 E4時57分 WFRV 5 - Wisconsin EGG HARBOR, Wis. (WFRV) – Peninsula Music Festival will again present three classical music concerts in its “February Fest” in Donald and Carol Kress Pavilion. Info: musicfestival.com. The organization started the event a few years ago to keep its name …
  • 'Wordle' bears striking resemblance to 1980s game show favourite LINGO  K年1月5日 E12時15分 Daily Mail A word guessing game taking the world by storm has been compared to 1980s game show Lingo.  Josh Wardle, who lives in Brooklyn and graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006, created the game Wordle to play with partner Palak Shah.   …
  • Taking over the 'WORDLE'! British software engineer's online word game attracts thousands K年1月4日 E2時52分 Daily Mail A word guessing game taking the world by storm was created by a British software engineer for his partner.  Josh Wardle, who lives in Brooklyn and graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006, created the game Wordle to play with partner …
  • Forget about Fortnite... the new gaming craze is a daily word puzzle K年1月4日 E2時46分 Daily Mail Forget about Fortnite... the new gaming craze is a daily word puzzle: Five-letter brainbuster is surprise hit after soaring in popularity during festive break Hundreds of thousands of fans played online puzzle 'Wordle' over Christmas The aim is to …
  • Enterprising mum scoops award for clothing brand K年1月3日 E1時21分 Woking News and Mail A CHOBHAM woman who designs and sells exercise clothing for pregnant women and new mums has won a business award. Natalie Ward was named as the Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year (South East) at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. Natalie started her …
  • London Playbook: Crimbo limbo — Frosty polls — Cabinet at Christmas K年12月27日 E7時14分 Politico Presented by Facebook. By ESTHER WEBBER PRESENTED BY Send tips here | Subscribe for free | Listen to Playbook and view in your browser Good Monday morning. Hope you had a very merry Christmas. DRIVING THE DAY CRIMBO LIMBO: Having (just about) made it to …
  • New warning to Boris Johnson as poll claims he risks losing majority K年12月26日 E11時11分 Daily Mail Boris Johnson was warned last night his party is on course to lose more than 100 seats unless he gets a grip on sleaze. A major poll put Labour six points clear of the Tories as voters express their anger at rows over lobbying and Downing Street parties. A …
  • Untrained blind student lands starring role in Netflix second world war epic K年12月26日 E8時50分 The Guardian Thousands of hopefuls auditioned for the lead role of a blind character in an epic second world war drama series for Netflix that is based on a Pulitzer prize-winning novel. But the producers of All the Light We Cannot See have chosen a student with no …
  • Love, loss and survival: Becoming a parent during the pandemic K年12月26日 E1時05分 The Independent The series features portraits of new and expectant parents from London, accompanied by their testimonies of love, loss and survival in the face of adversity. The project began after Kent became a parent for the first time in September 2020, when he shared …
  • IIM-Trichy conducts ICMD 2021, the 16th Biennial Conference of ISMD K年12月25日 E6時47分 The New Indian Express By Express News Service TIRUCHY: IIM Tiruchy conducted the International Conference of Markets and Development, the 16th Biennial Conference of ISMD, the International Society of Markets and Development from 16 December to 18 December 2021. The three-day …
  • Shirley McGreal obituary K年12月23日 E4時21分 The Guardian In 1971, Shirley McGreal, who has died aged 87, encountered crates of infant monkeys awaiting export from the cargo area of Bangkok airport. The sight of them piled on top of each other in inhumane conditions, gazing at her with doleful eyes, led her to …
  • ‘She had magic’: my grandmother’s forgotten role at Summerhill, the English school with no rules K年12月20日 E12時56分 The Guardian Summerhill school has been in the news this month while celebrating its 100 years as an idiosyncratic, self-governing school. It started life in 1921 with the idea that children thrive when they are given maximum freedom to do what they want and be who …
  • Meet Patricia Kingori, the first black woman to get Oxford University full professorship in 925 years K年12月15日 E8時37分 The Standard A Kenyan woman, Patricia Kingori, has broken the glass ceiling and become one of the youngest women to be awarded a full professorship at Oxford University in its 925-year history. Kingori is also the youngest black professor at Oxford or Cambridge …
  • A Christmas party scandal is roiling British politics K年12月15日 E3時30分 Vox Prime Minister Boris Johnson may have finally encountered a crisis that could seriously threaten his leadership. The crisis is a Christmas party. Or an alleged Christmas party. In December 2020 — when a deadly coronavirus surge led to lockdowns so strict …
  • Domestic abuse rose in London by up to 40% in first lockdown, study finds K年12月14日 E5時01分 The Independent Domestic abuse rose in London by up to 40 per cent in the first lockdown, new research has found. A study, carried out by Royal Holloway, University of London, discovered rates of domestic abuse had increased far more starkly than findings which came from …
  • New academic algorithm identifies elevated domestic violence levels during lockdown K年12月14日 E3時29分 Phys.org A new algorithm applied to internet search data, developed by a team of international researchers led by Royal Holloway has suggested that domestic violence incidence may have risen in London by up to 40 percent during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 2020: …
  • Mapped: The Network of Powerful Agribusiness Groups Lobbying to Water Down the EU’s Sustainable Farming Targets K年12月12日 E12時36分 Justice News Flash By Daniela De Lorenzo, researcher and reporter of DeSmog, whose work has also appeared in publications such as VICE News, Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera, and Wired, and Rachel Sherrington, Rachel is lead researcher and reporter at DeSmog and who previously …
  • Major clothing brands contribute to deforestation in Cambodia, report finds K年12月7日 E7時09分 South Africa Today A new report suggests that the garment industry is contributing to deforestation in Cambodia due to factories relying on illegal forest wood to generate electricity. Garment factories were found to use at least 562 tons of forest wood every day, the …
  • Patsy Stevenson: ‘We were angry at being told we couldn’t mourn the death of a woman’ K年12月7日 E10時16分 The Guardian When Patsy Stevenson was arrested on the night of 13 March, at the vigil on Clapham Common for Sarah Everard, it was hard to believe what was happening: at the precise moment in which public faith in the police force most needed restoring, after the murder …
  • A modern-day bard K年12月7日 E2時05分 Bangkok Post John Cooper Clarke chronicles his life from mechanic to a punk poet in autobiography I Wanna Be Yours John Cooper Clarke, Britain's "punk poet" has had an interesting life. Now 72, the "Bard Of Salford" recalls the highs (and there …
  • Bristol student says invention could replace TMO and Hawk-Eye at rugby matches K年12月6日 E9時28分 Business Live A Bristol student has patented a new technology that could be used to help confirm when a try is scored at rugby matches. Patrick Sullivan, who is studying engineering at the University of Bristol, believes his invention could replace the television match …
  • Research Shows Correlation Between Strong Economic Performance and Robust Ethics and Compliance Programs K年12月2日 E11時00分 EIN Presswire Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Health Sectors with Mature Ethics and Compliance Programs Outperformed During the COVID-19 Pandemic PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, December 2, 2021 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- Health-related small and medium- …
  • Data storage, mining and wind: oceans seen as growth area but at what cost? K年12月1日 E1時16分 The Guardian In September 2017, a giant, floating fish farm capable of raising 1.5 million salmon was installed in central Norway. Besides its vast size – the circular structure is roughly the equivalent of two baseball fields – what set SalMar’s Ocean Farm 1 apart was …
  • Strange signals on Venus may be coming from an erupting volcano K年11月26日 E5時00分 The Verge A new study adds to a growing pile of evidence that Venus may be volcanically active — a finding that, if true, would help explain how volcanoes impact planetary evolution and habitability across the cosmos. The research, which focuses on strange signals …
  • Rather Than Arming Our Differences, We Need To Embrace Them—and Simply Be NICE K年11月24日 E6時46分 TIME Magazine The late British theatrical impresario Baron Delfont was fond of telling a story about a young man who drops by his office one day looking for a job. Delfont, who had the reputation for being a notoriously fearsome interviewer, fixes the young man in his …
  • Chief adviser of presidency appointed to UNESCO post K年11月21日 E2時01分 Hurriyet Daily News ANKARA Gülnur Aybet, a senior adviser to the Turkish Presidency, has been appointed as the permanent representative of Turkey to UNESCO. The decision of the appointment was published in the Official Gazette on Nov. 20. Aybet, who has been serving as the …
  • "Globalist" is an epithet now — yet some of history's greatest thinkers supported world government K年11月21日 E9時02分 Salon COP26, the climate change summit that ended in Glasgow a week ago, resulted in a pact signed by almost 200 nations. Experts have decidedly mixed views about the extent to which this worldwide agreement will be useful, but one thing is clear: Most of the …
  • The best 70 Surrey pubs for a quality pint according to the Good Beer Guide 2022 K年11月20日 E10時30分 SurreyLive The Good Beer Guide for 2022 has recently been released and features 70 Surrey pubs among its 4,500 listings. Published by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the Good Beer Guide is considered to be the definitive guide on where to find the best pints in …
  • Honey bees find food more easily in cities, thanks to abundant urban gardens K年11月18日 E12時27分 South Africa Today In London, western honey bees travel shorter distances to find their meals in metropolitan areas than in agricultural ones. A rich supply of gardens and decorative flowers provides ample nectar close to urban hives. Adding native flowers and similar …
  • Get behind the university workers’ strikes K年11月17日 E4時29分 Socialist Worker UCU union members demand an end to the gender pay gap during a previous strike (Pic: Socialist Worker) Thousands of workers at 58 universities across Britain are to strike for three days from Wednesday 1 December to Friday 3 December. It’s an important …
  • Glyphosate pesticide does not cause mortality in bumble bees K年11月17日 E2時20分 Phys.org Glyphosate is the most commonly used pesticide in the world, and is widely used in agriculture. While glyphosate has been deemed 'bee-safe' by regulators, some emerging evidence studies suggest that it has negative effects on bees. For that reason, …
  • An artist and a writer visited the English seaside during the pandemic – this is what they found K年11月17日 E1時07分 The Conversation Unfurling along the sandy border between town and beach, the English seaside is a place of contradictions – rich and poor, old and new, fun and desperate. Although many of us have a sugary vision of coastal England as tacky entertainment and a bygone …
  • Italian featured in Cairo with art of calligraphy K年11月16日 E7時02分 ANSAmed CAIRO - An Italian woman, Antonella Leoni, is putting the spotlight back on Cairo's artistic scene with her first solo show of works created on papyrus, combining Islamic culture, the universalism of values, and the pharaonic tradition. The exhibition, …
  • Will EU end Brexit trade deal if UK ditches Northern Ireland treaty? K年11月16日 E3時19分 Euronews The British government's repeated threats to pull out of the agreement on post-Brexit trade arrangements in Northern Ireland have prompted Brussels to float publicly the EU's options as to how to respond. If the UK does invoke Article 16 of the …
  • Study shows we can reduce people's bias against non-native speakers K年11月16日 E2時59分 Phys.org Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, have published a new study in Cognitive Science that shows people are more likely to believe information given to them by a native speaker rather than those with a foreign accent, but that this bias …
  • The ethics of digital technology in the food sector - the future of data sharing K年11月14日 E7時46分 Newswise Newswise — Imagine a world in which smart packaging for supermarket ready meals updates you in real-time to tell you about carbon footprints, gives live warnings on product recalls, and instant safety alerts because allergens were detected unexpectedly in …
  • Feature: Woman mentor empowers girls to reach for the stars in space careers K年11月13日 E10時35分 UN News Now, an astronaut coach and the founding director of the Netherlands-based Inner Space Training, the world’s first and only space training to mentally prepare commercial astronauts for flight, Ms. Howard is empowering girls to reach for the stars in the …
  • 30 best children’s books: From Matilda to The Jungle Book K年11月11日 E2時19分 The Independent We all have cherished memories of the books we read and shared as children. Big friendly giants, honey-loving bears, hungry caterpillars, iron men: these figures populate the vivid imaginary landscapes of our childhoods. Everybody will remember the book …
  • The LABOUR MPs with second jobs: David Lammy has earned £140,000 in three years K年11月9日 E3時10分 Daily Mail Labour MPs including members of Keir Starmer's front bench are coming under increased scrutiny over their additional earnings from second jobs on top of their taxpayer provided salaries. David Lammy, the Secretary of State for Justice, is among the …
  • Tuesday briefing: Questions over moonlighting MPs K年11月9日 E6時52分 The Guardian Top story: MPs seeking lucrative roles ‘should step down’ Hello, Warren Murray here to bring things into focus this Tuesday morning. More than a quarter of Conservative MPs have second jobs with firms whose activities range from gambling to private …
  • The Week Unwrapped: political insults, gig academics and dating doubts K年11月5日 E3時07分 The Week UK Guest host Arion McNicoll and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters. You can subscribe to The Week Unwrapped wherever you get your podcasts: In this week’s episode, we discuss: Political insults A German minister is facing …
  • Co-formulants used in commercial fungicide affects the health of bumblebees K年11月5日 E2時01分 Phys.org Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London have found for the first time that a co-formulant found in commercial agricultural pesticides used across the UK significantly affects the health of bumblebees. The new study shows that exposure to …
  • Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by J M Briscoe K年11月5日 E11時15分 Female First 5 November 2021 J M Briscoe opens up in an exclusive piece for Female First To celebrate the release of her new book, The Girl with the Green Eyes, we asked author J M Briscoe to get involved with our 'seven things' series and let readers in on …
  • University strikes: Academics at 37 institutions support action K年11月4日 E11時48分 News (South Africa) The 37 institutions where staff are able to take strike action over pensions are: Institute of Development Studies; Aston University; Birkbeck, UoL; Durham University; Goldsmiths, UoL; Heriot-Watt University; Imperial College London; Keele University; King …
  • The tragic life of Louis Wain: Victorian painter who popularized cats K年11月4日 E12時22分 New York Post He was the cat’s meow. One hundred years ago, Louis Wain transformed the humble feline from vermin-catching critter to beloved beast with his whimsical drawings of anthropomorphized cats. His cute kittens and cigar-chomping tabbies — sometimes done in …
  • Meet the lecturer who lives in a bush because she can’t afford rent K年11月3日 E8時20分 Ghana MMA Higher education is one of the most casualised sectors of the UK economy, and for many it means a struggle to get by. Like many PhD students, Aimée Lê needed her hourly paid job – as an English lecturer – to stay afloat. But what her students never guessed …
  • From Britain to Boston: An International Student’s Guide to BC Academics K年10月31日 E10時24分 The Heights - Massachusetts October 31, 2021    Updated October 31, 2021 at 5:32 pm Going to college is an adjustment for anyone—it brings a new level of independence—but going to college in another country is just as scary as it sounds. This year, I have had the amazing opportunity …
  • ‘My students never knew’: the lecturer who lived in a tent K年10月30日 E7時51分 News (South Africa) Like many PhD students, Aimée Lê needed her hourly paid job – as an English lecturer – to stay afloat. But what her students never guessed was that for two years while she taught them she was living in a tent. Lê decided to live outside as a last resort …
  • Cop26 has raised hopes, but how can climate cliff edge be avoided? K年10月29日 E4時16分 Irish Times For some, warnings about the cataclysmic climate threat facing the world can sound endlessly repetitive, but scientists’ warnings about the dangers that lie ahead are getting more and more stark. As the Cop26 talks open in Glasgow this weekend – arguably …
  • Mark Strong on acting, insecurity and life without a father: ‘I got angry as I got older. It took years to fix’ K年10月28日 E1時21分 The Guardian Mark Strong has a good face for villainy – spare and inscrutable, with thin lips and “eyes like tunnels”, as Arthur Miller might have put it. On camera, he gives a sort of fractional disclosure, expressions altering in tiny increments, so that watching him …
  • Parasitic chicks in other birds' nests 'exercise' in the egg to get K年10月27日 E5時29分 Daily Mail Parasitic chicks in other birds' nests 'exercise' when they're still in the egg, as part of their attempts to murder their 'foster' siblings, a new study shows. Researchers in London found that the chicks of parasitic bird species …
  • Do You Even Lift, Embryo? K年10月27日 E12時12分 The Atlantic Online Some cuckoos are born assassins. Within a day or two of hatching, the infant birds—still blind, pink, and featherless—will start to evict the other residents of their nest, hurling them over the edge and to their death. Technically, the evictions they …
  • Study: Understanding the reasons behind vaccine hesitancy is key to boosting global uptake of immunization K年10月26日 E11時49分 Medical News Exploring complex reasons behind hesitancy for new vaccinations and better education for healthcare professionals is key to boosting global uptake of immunization against diseases and viruses including Covid-19, a study shows. Image Credit: University of …
  • Reading Uni students to partake in nightclub boycott after "heartbreaking" injection spikings K年10月25日 E5時01分 BerkshireLive Students from the University of Reading are taking part in a movement to boycott nightclubs on October 27. The Girls Night In movement was kickstarted when a student from Edinburgh called Martha Williams created an Instagram page, urging others to boycott …
  • Methane leak near Cop26 venue underscores emissions challenge K年10月22日 E8時26分 Irish Times A powerful greenhouse gas responsible for 40 per cent of the world’s warming over the past decade is spewing into the atmosphere from a site in Glasgow not far from where the Cop26 climate summit is set to begin. Methane from a gas pipeline near to Ibrox …
  • Diver finds 900-year-old Crusader sword off coast of Israel K年10月19日 E9時52分 Irish Times Shlomi Katzin attached a GoPro camera to his forehead, slipped on his diving fins and jumped into the waters off the Carmel coast of Israel, eager to go exploring. On the sandy floor of the Mediterranean Sea, he found a sword. Archaeologists would later …
  • Diver Discovers 900-Year-Old Sword Dating to the Crusades K年10月18日 E9時59分 The New York Times The water off the Carmel coast remains the same temperature year-round, which helped preserve the iron in the sword. Because the iron was oxidized, shells and other marine organisms stuck onto it like glue, Mr. Sharvit said. The discovery of ancient …
  • New Zealand joins APEC efforts to undertake business ethics pacts K年10月18日 E9時08分 Philippines News.net JAKARTA - The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) reinforces the importance of ethical business conduct for small businesses in the health sector by expanding implementation of ethics pacts, as New Zealand launches a consensus framework to intensify …
  • New Zealand joins APEC's efforts to implement business ethics pacts K年10月18日 E8時52分 Antara At a time when we need to get access to vaccines and related medical equipment, this framework allows policymakers, the private sectors, and others, to work together in finding consensus and supporting the region’s economic recovery Jakarta (ANTARA) - APEC …
  • New Zealand Joins APEC’s Efforts To Implement Ethics Pacts, Strengthens Small Businesses & Patient Health K年10月18日 E2時58分 Scoop Monday, 18 October 2021, 1:27 pm Press Release: APEC APEC reinforces the importance of ethical business conduct for small businesses in the health sector by expanding implementation of ethics pacts as New Zealand launches a consensus framework to improve …
  • Water adhesive properties of bird eggshells linked to climate and nest environment K年10月13日 E3時09分 Phys.org New research led by academics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has revealed how the moisture-resistance of bird eggshells has evolved to thrive in different environments. This suggests that bird populations nesting in environments prone to climate …
  • Laurie Parsons K年10月13日 E4時45分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Lecturer in Human Geography, Royal Holloway University of London Profile Articles Activity Laurie Parsons is a Lecturer in Human Geography and British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Royal Holloway, University of London. …
  • GB News's Simon McCoy and his ex-Dynasty actress fiancée Emma Samms post apparent marriage snap K年10月10日 E6時53分 Daily Mail GB News presenter Simon McCoy and ex-Dynasty actress Emma Samms appear to have tied the knot.  Emma today posted a snap of the couple on social media in wedding outfits with the words: 'Yesterday was a very good day', alongside the hashtag # …
  • Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 30th anniversary K年10月8日 E10時29分 MercoPress Friday, October 8th 2021 - 09:00 UTC In the 1980s, there was a chorus of voices calling for the ‘greening’ of Antarctica By Professor Klaus Dodds (*) – The Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty was agreed in 1991 and came into force …
  • Keeping up Covid-levels of hygiene could help combat deadly antimicrobial resistance K年10月8日 E7時22分 Medical News Keeping up Covid-levels of hygiene awareness long-term could help tackle the spread of deadly antimicrobial resistance, according to new research from the University of West London (UWL) and Royal Holloway University of London. Image Credit: University of …
  • Scientists say 'long-term social distancing' could curb rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs K年10月6日 E3時58分 Daily Mail 'Long-term social distancing' could curb rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs but it would ruin the economy, scientists say Limiting social contacts would make it harder for the superbugs to evolve Antimicrobial resistance has been described by …
  • Honeybees' waggle dance reveals those in rural areas travel further for food K年10月6日 E11時55分 Daily Mail It's well known that honeybees pull off some nifty dance moves when they want to communicate with each other. But scientists have now decoded these 'waggles' — a kind of shuffle the bees perform to tell the rest of their colony where to find …
  • Honeybees' waggle dance reveals bees in rural areas travel further for food K年10月6日 E8時13分 Phys.org By decoding honeybees' waggle dances, which tell other bees where to find food, researchers have found that bees in agricultural areas travel further for food than those in urban areas. The findings are published in the British Ecological Society's …
  • Bulley and Berry join Faber's 2022 poetry list K年10月6日 E7時44分 The Bookseller Faber has acquired "distinctive" new works by Victoria Adukwei Bulley and Emily Berry for its 2022 poetry list. Quiet, the debut collection by Bulley (pictured, top), and Unexhausted Time by Berry will both publish in the spring. Bulley's …
  • Waggle dances show city bees have shorter commutes than country bees K年10月6日 E6時38分 New Scientist By Michael Le Page A honeybee on Hampstead Heath, London Michael Wald / Alamy A study of the waggle dances of honeybees shows that bees in central London don’t have to fly as far to find food as those living in farmland outside the city. “We knew that …
  • Tooth reveals giant hippos roamed Somerset a million years ago K年10月5日 E10時50分 The Independent Scientists say they have found evidence giant hippos roamed Britain much earlier than previously believed after a tooth dating back a million years was unearthed in Somerset. The discovery – made by a team from the University of Leicester – is the first …
  • University of Leicester scientists find first-known British hippo tooth K年10月5日 E8時04分 BBC The study, published in the Journal of Quaternary Science and co-authored with researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, said the tooth was identified as belonging to an extinct species of hippo called Hippopotamus antiquus.
  • Research reveals earliest evidence yet of huge hippos in Britain K年10月4日 E10時49分 Newswise Newswise — Palaeobiologists have unearthed the earliest evidence yet of hippos in the UK. Excavations at Westbury Cave in Somerset, led by University of Leicester PhD student Neil Adams, uncovered a million-year-old hippo tooth which shows the animal …
  • New discovery of the earliest known hippo fossil in the UK K年10月4日 E2時25分 Phys.org A fossil of an extinct species of hippo that is over one million years old has been discovered in Somerset by researchers at Royal Holloway, University of London and the University of Leicester. This finding surpasses the previous oldest record of hippo in …
  • Decades after boy's dismembered body was found in Thames, DAVID JONES uncovers shocking revelation K年10月1日 E11時42分 Daily Mail Two more turns of the tide and we might never have known of the little boy's existence. Had the River Thames ebbed twice more, what little remained of his tortured body would have been swept downstream to the sea, forever concealing the unspeakable …
  • National Library of Scotland: Sir Drummond Bone appointed new chair K年10月1日 E3時07分 The Herald (Scotland) A former Senior Vice-Principal of the University of Glasgow has been appointed as the new chairman of the National Library of Scotland.  Distinguished academic Sir Drummond Bone, currently Chair of the Wordsworth Trust, said he was excitied to help develop …
  • Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister K年9月29日 E9時25分 NBC News LONDON — The murder of Sarah Everard earlier this year became a moment of reckoning for the U.K. Wayne Couzens, a former police officer who pleaded guilty to killing and raping her as she walked home in South London, is expected to be sentenced this week. …
  • Little known Holocaust chapter is focus of new exhibition K年9月29日 E3時49分 Telegraph & Argus TOWARDS the end of the Second World War, hundreds of thousands of prisoners held within the Nazi camp system were forcibly evacuated under heavy guard. These brutal, chaotic evacuations became known as ‘death marches’. They form the last ruthless chapter …
  • The M&S cinnamon swirl that left woman fighting for her life on the bus home  K年9月28日 E3時20分 Daily Mail Having lived with a severe wheat allergy for 30 years, occupational therapist Marcelle Williams had learned to shop with care. So when one evening in December last year she was overcome with hunger after a long day at work on the Covid-19 front line, she …
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STUDY: Research by @ecioxford finds power systems in Africa can be significantly decarbonised.

In South Africa, windfarms in optimum locations would cost the country 16.7% less per unit of energy than building more coal power plants.

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NEW STUDY: Researchers from Oxford & @UniofBath have found couples with joint claims for Universal Credit are experiencing significant levels of stress.

Sources of stress include fluctuations in income from month to month, and low levels of out-of-work benefits.

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