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Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 04.08.2009
Scary ancient spiders revealed in 3D models, thanks to new imaging technique
Scary ancient spiders revealed in 3D models, thanks to new imaging technique
Scary ancient spiders revealed in 3D models, thanks to new imaging technique Early relatives of spiders that lived around 300 million years ago are revealed in new three-dimensional models Imperial C

Environment - Earth Sciences - 22.07.2009

Pedagogy - Earth Sciences - 21.07.2009

Earth Sciences - Administration - 16.07.2009

Earth Sciences - History / Archeology - 05.07.2009
Inventors, Germans, and barristers wives: the Bloomsbury project reports
Who lived in Bloomsbury in the 19th century? A packed room of academics and enthusiasts learned all about the people of Bloomsbury in the second conference of the Bloomsbury Project in June 2009.

Earth Sciences - 16.06.2009

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 09.06.2009
University sheds light on plant growth
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have uncovered what determines how fast plants grow, and how evolution has adjusted this speed limit over millions of years, as the levels of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) has changed. Dr Peter Franks and Professor David Beerling from the University´s Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, have shed light on why some plants grow much faster than others under the same conditions.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 09.06.2009
If you can't stand the heat...
If you can’t stand the heat...
If you can't stand the heat... How climate change could leave some bird species ?stuck in the kitchen?

Civil Engineering - Earth Sciences - 22.05.2009

Business / Economics - Earth Sciences - 08.05.2009
"We all live in a Robbie Fowler House!"
PA 125/09 The recession will likely signal the end for many of Britain's smaller buy-to-let landlords, and poses a grim threat to city-centre new build properties, warn experts at The University of Nottingham.

Earth Sciences - Administration - 17.04.2009

Environment - Earth Sciences - 27.03.2009
New book brings a submerged world to life
The lost world of British hunter-gatherers is brought to life in a new book published this week.

Life Sciences - Earth Sciences - 24.03.2009

Linguistics / Literature - Earth Sciences - 23.03.2009
Review: UC Opera’s production of Ernest Bloch’s Macbeth
UCOpera (UCO) relishes a challenge. Their current production of Ernest Bloch's Macbeth at the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre ‘ the British première of the opera ' is no exception.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 16.03.2009

Earth Sciences - Health - 16.03.2009
MAGIC facilities are set to make Imperial world leader in isotope geochemistry
MAGIC facilities are set to make Imperial world leader in isotope geochemistry The Department of Earth Science and Engineering opens new £2million MAGIC laboratory %0A " Tuesday 17 March 2009 By Coli

Earth Sciences - Business / Economics - 10.03.2009
Pupils stage the life and death of HMS Intrepid
When we think of recycling we usually think of the glass jars, packaging and newspapers that fill household recycling bins.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 24.02.2009
British butterfly offers hope for threatened species
25 February 2009 British butterfly offers hope for threatened species Most wild species are expected to colonise northwards as the climate warms, but how are they going to get there when so many landscapes are covered in wheat fields and other crops?
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