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Plastic And Papyrus Used In Restoration Project
2012-09-20 11:52:24

Environmental scheme funded by the German REWE Group aims to create 'floating islands' of recycled plastic bottles, containing the plant used to make the first paper

2012-03-26 14:26:31

Viruses that can target and destroy bacteria have the potential to be an effective strategy for tackling hard-to-treat bacterial infections.

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2010-02-08 12:30:00

If you are lucky enough to receive a rose, you are usually more concerned with who it is from, not where it is from.

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2009-02-13 16:29:02

Ecology and conservation biologist at the University of Leicester, Dr David Harper, who has conducted research for over 25 years at Lake Naivasha in Kenya, today warned that cut-price Valentine roses exported for sale in the UK were 'bleeding that country dry'.

2008-07-30 12:00:00

BROOKFIELD, Wis., July 30, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Pinstripe, Inc., a leading human resources and recruitment outsourcing company, today announced the addition of two industry leaders, David Harper and David Scholz, to its Healthcare Advisory Board.

2008-07-11 12:00:41

By DAVID HARPER What started out as a secondary airfield has become one of the busiest U.S. aviation hubs. You may have heard that Jones Riverside Airport is one of the busiest in the country, but Dr. Thomas Dodson had another description for it Saturday.

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2008-03-11 14:55:00

A University of Leicester ecologist is setting out to discover why flamingos are so in the pink of health - in the poo!

2006-01-13 18:09:08

By Marcy Nicholson WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - A group of Canadian aboriginal leaders said on Friday their northern communities are in a state of emergency because abnormally mild temperatures have hindered construction of vital winter roads.


Word of the Day
ponerology
  • An interdisciplinary study of social injustice.
The word 'ponerology' was coined by Andrzej Łobaczewski, a Polish psychiatrist. It comes from a Greek word meaning "evil".