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If you're feeling the need to scratch an itch, the ankle is the best place to do so, claims a new study published in the latest issue of the British Journal of Dermatology (BJD).
Astronomers are puzzled by the announcement that the masses of the largest objects in the Universe appear to depend on which method is used to weigh them.
Galaxies are thought to develop by the gravitational attraction between and merger of smaller 'sub-galaxies', a process that standard cosmological ideas suggest should be ongoing.
UK University Sees an ROI of Five Times its Investment in PC Power Management with 1E and Saves 1.89m kg C02 per Year(ii) 1E today announced that Liverpool John Mooreâ€™s University has seen a five-time return on investment as a result of implementing PC power management solution, NightWatchman.
A report by the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University has found that workplace safety has been put at risk due to changes in health and safety policies over the past decade.
Using the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope (HST), an international team of astronomers have taken the first optical images of a dramatic stellar outburst and discovered a peanut-shaped bubble expanding rapidly into space.
Two studies suggest that females are less physically active at both ends of life than their male counterparts.
By LAURA SHARPE A CORONER has criticised the training of a student nurse who gave a grandmother a fatal injection.
An ambitious study of active and inactive galaxies has given new insights into the complex interaction between super-massive black holes at the heart of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) and star formation in the surrounding galaxy. Results will be presented in a talk by Paul Westoby on Friday 4th April at the RAS National Astronomy Meeting in Belfast.
Hubble has obtained the first direct optical images of the aftermath of a recent titanic explosion that took place in a star system 5,000 light years from Earth.
- The parings of haberdine; also, any kind of fragments.