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Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have completed one of the first studies of mephedrone use in Northern Ireland since the drug was outlawed earlier this year.
The widespread use of true random number generators (TRNGs) has taken a step closer following the creation of the most lightweight designs to date by researchers at Queen's University Belfast's Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology (ECIT).
A new ecological network is urgently needed in Northern Ireland to ensure the continued survival of its precious lizard population, according to researchers at Queen's University Belfast.
Research has revealed the 20th century decline in the Irish hare population is almost certainly associated with changes in farming practices.
Social housing provision in Northern Ireland is not adequately funded to comply with international human rights standards.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- HeartSine Technologies Ltd. recently joined 29 other companies on the 2010 Index 30, an annually compiled list of the most exciting companies with operations in the U.S.
New research from Queen's University Belfast shows the number of paramilitary flags now flown on arterial routes in Northern Ireland during July has more than halved.
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have discovered animal populations may often be under a much larger threat from parasites than previously recognized.
MOSCOW and LONDON, May 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Russo-British 65th Anniversary Victory Day celebration took place on board HMS Belfast in London on Sunday 9 May 2010 with over 200 people present.
The endangered freshwater mussel species has been given a welcome boost by scientists from Queen's University Belfast following a 12 year cultivation project.
- Growing in low tufty patches.