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University of Leicester in the Media - September 2006

Monthly summary of stories with web links citing the University of Leicester

Monthly summary of stories with web links citing the University of Leicester

Below is a summary, with web links, of stories citing the University of Leicester. Please note web links will not stay active indefinitely.

You can access details of previous months' media as well as press coverage via:

http://ebulletin.le.ac.uk/news/in-the-headlines/ULPC

Broadcast

Professor Martin Gill, Criminology, appeared on both BBC Plymouth (6.55am) and BBC Devon (7.05am) on Thursday 24th August talking about identity theft.

Neil Chakraborti, Lecturer in Criminology, was a guest on Radio 4's Thinking Allowed programme yesterday (20/09) to discuss his research into the issue of rural racism. Details of the programme can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/thinkingallowed/

Dr Paul Poplawski, Director of Studies, Vaughan College (+ Senior Lecturer in English) was interviewed for Radio 4's Open Book programme, broadcast on Sunday 17 September at 4 pm and repeated on Thursday 21 Sept, talking about a BBC dramatization of D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover

The Press Office welcomes information on any broadcast coverage (radio/tv) you receive. Please email details ie date of interview, which media and summary of subject to pressoffice@le.ac.uk


Online News

30 September 2006

Guardian Unlimited - Reading to close physics department - ... Reading's plans emerged as Leicester University revealed that a new Physics Innovations centre for excellence in teaching and learning would open next week as ...

New Statesman - Watching you watching me - to Martin Gill, professor of criminology at the University of Leicester, they are not. He conducted a study for the Home Office of 14 surveillance systems around the country and found that, in general, the installation of cameras has very little impact on crime. In only one of the 14 areas could a drop in crime levels be linked to CCTTV. "The

China Post - Commentary,Editorial - happy with," said Philip Lynch, an analyst at Leicester University. Analysts said Britain's electoral system works against the Conservatives and some think Labor can retain a slim majority. But the odds on a hung parliament are greater than they have been in 30 years, said Robert Worcester at pollsters MORI. "If Tony Blair is the problem it is

Peterborough Evening Telegraph - News - Mr Barker, now a professor of education at Leicester University, was responsible for a ruthless overhaul of staff at the school, the abolition of streaming, soaring exam pass rates aand even a Jamie Oliver-style banning of chip vans from outside the school gates. He said: â¿¿The school has done brilliantly since I left. It achieved best-ever exam

Guardian Unlimited - Research into 1918 virus can help bird flu fight - the professor of infectious diseases at the University of Leicester, said learning more about "the cause of the high morbidity of H1N1 ... might then open the way for alternative methods of treatment".

29 September 2006

BBC Radio 4 - First pictures of the Earth breathing - Scientists at Leicester University have for the first time, captured a detailed picture of how carbon dioxide is taken up by plants across the world

Guardian Unlimited - Research into 1918 virus can help bird flu fight - ... Professor Karl Nicholson, the professor of infectious diseases at the University of Leicester, said learning more about "the cause of the high morbidity of ...

Photonics.com - Andor Camera Helps Astronomers Find Planets - ... de Canarias (Spain), the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes at Los Muchachos Observatory (La Palma, Spain), Keele University, Leicester University, the Open ...

China Post - UK's Labor Party needs new winner - ... difficult for Brown to break away from parts of the Blair legacy that the electorate aren't happy with," said Philip Lynch, an analyst at Leicester University. ...

New Statesman - Watching you watching me - to Martin Gill, professor of criminology at the University of Leicester, they are not. He conducted a study for the Home Office of 14 surveillance systems around the country and found that, in general, the installation of cameras has very little impact on crime. In only one of the 14 areas could a drop in crime levels be linked to CCTTV. "The

SocietyGuardian.co.uk - Research into 1918 virus can help bird flu fight - the professor of infectious diseases at the University of Leicester, said learning more about "the cause of the high morbidity of H1N1 ... might then open the way for alternative methods of treatment". Special reports Bird flu Japan

Photonics.com - Andor Camera Helps Astronomers Find Planets - academic institutions, which include Cambridge University, the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain), the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes at Los Muchachos Observatory (La Palma, Spain), Keele University, Leicester University, the Open University, Queen's University Belfast and St. Andrew's University. It is expected that SuperWASP will

RedOrbit - Telescope Finds Transiting Planets around Distant Stars - consists of representatives from the Queenâ¿¿s University Belfast, the University of Cambridge (Wide Field Astronomy Unit), Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes (La Palma), the University of Keele, the University of Leicester, the Open University, the University of St Andrews and the South African Astronomical

28 September 2006

New Statesman - Watching you watching me - ... keeping them safer? According to Martin Gill, professor of criminology at the University of Leicester, they are not. He conducted a ...

APP.COM - Music choice may denote lifestyle - North, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Leicester in England. The findings are scheduled for publication in an upcoming issue of the journal Psychology of Music. Recent changes in technology, such as the iPod and other devices using downloaded music, have made personal musicall selection even easier. "People are selecting

Quote.com - Verona Appoints Exploration Manager - and holds a first class honors degree from the University of Newcastle, a PhD from Leicester University, and honorary doctorate from University of Wales. "Verona is committed to attracting world class individuals as it continues its frontier development in conventional and unconventional energy sources," says Juraj Adamec, President of Verona.

Stockwatch - News Item - holds a first-class honourrs degree from the University of Newcastle, a PhD from Leicester University and honorary doctorate from University of Wales. The remainder is available to Stockwatch subscribers. If you would like to give the Stockwatch system a try, click here for a free 30 day trial subscription. Top Print this Page Old Site |

New Scientist - 'One degree and we're done for' - A meeting on Siberian climate change held in Leicester, UK, last week confirmed that Siberia has become a hotspot of global climate change. Geographer Heiko Balzter, of the University of Leicester, said central Siberia has warmed by almost 2 °C since 1970 - that's three times the global average. Meanwhile, Stuart Chapin of the University of Alaska

BSN - Script All Details - Prof. Peter Williams, Department Genetics , Leicester University ⿿Up until now⿦ 11. Still workshop Anna Hospital 12. Professor walks into Laboratory SUGGESTED INTRO: The lives of thousands of children in India could be saved by a new method of disease diagnosis developed by geneticists at Britain⿿s Leicester University. British Satellite

ScienceDaily - Geochemistry News - Institute (DOE JGI) and collaboratorrs at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the Advanced Wastewater Management Centre, University of ... full story Scientists Watch Mother Nature Breathing In (September 26, 2006) -- Earth observation scientists at the University of Leicester have been able to measure from space for the first time signals

27 September 2006

QCK - RBS: Birmingham students get more money from parents - ... Bank of Scotland (RBS), students at the West Midlands university get over £150 per week from their parents. London, Bristol and Leicester universities also ...

Asbury Park Press - Music choice may denote lifestyle - ... really specific aspects of people's day-to-day lives," said study author Adrian North, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Leicester in England ...

netPR.pl - Lottery grant makes hoofers happy in East Midlands - ... Ise Kettering £5,000 Spalding and South £3,000 Archaeologial District Holland Research University of Society the Third Age Leicester Leicester £3,000 Long ...

RedOrbit - Telescope Finds Transiting Planets around Distant Stars - consists of representatives from the Queenâ¿¿s University Belfast, the University of Cambridge (Wide Field Astronomy Unit), Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes (La Palma), the University of Keele, the University of Leicester, the Open University, the University of St Andrews and the South African Astronomical

Innovations Report - Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in - Research Home Reports Earth Sciences Content Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in 22.09.2006 Earth Observation Scientists at the University of Leicester have been able to measure from space for the first time signals showing the amount of carbon dioxide taken up by plants, in a project hailed by the Natural Environment Research

British Balls Web Edition 2005 - Cannabis joint according to researchers at the University of Leicester. The study, which involved questioning 2,500 people about their musical tastes and drug habits, showed that while classical music fans like to share some weed with friends, opera lovers prefer to sample magic mushrooms. Unsurprisingly DJ lovers took the most drugs, depressed

Emediawire - Retired Federal Criminal Investigator Announces the Opening of ... - ... He also conducted advanced graduate studies in security management at the University of Leicester, Leicester, UK, www.le.ac.uk. ...

26 September 2006

Space Daily - Wide-Eyed Telescope Finds Its First Transiting Planets Around ... - ... 100 CD-ROMs). These data are then processed using sophisticated software and stored in a database at the University of Leicester. ...

James D. Hudnall - Musical Stereotypes - to be true. Psychologist Adrian North of the University of Leicester, U.K., wanted to test musical stereotypes. So he and David Hargreaves of the Open University in Milton Keynes, U.K., conducted an extensive survey in the United Kingdom. The researchers buttonholed more than 2000 fans of 35 different musical styles in various places such as

Yahoo! UK & Ireland - Speeders feeling blue - of rock, jazz or reggae. A new study by the University of Leicester found fans of BB King, Robert Cray and other blues legends are more prone to getting flashed by Gatso cameras than those who listen to any other musical genres. Send by Messenger Email this article Print More on Yahoo! Cars Check out our Buying and Selling guide Browse

meta-roj - musical preferences and demographics - an interesting project emerging from the university of leicester - studying "demographic predictors of musical style preferences." to participate, visit this page and remind eme to come back to this for the results.

25 September 2006

Free Liberal - Are You Happy Yet? - ... to the headline at NewScientist.com, that it's "wealthy nations" that "hold the keys to happiness." Adrian White at the University of Leicester has ranked ...

Innovations report - Siberia faces meltdown - The Climate and Land Surface Systems Interaction Centre at the University of Leicester hosted an international scientific Symposium on “Environmental change ...

EVO - Auto Express - of rock, jazz or reggae. A new study by the University of Leicester found fans of BB King, Robert Cray and other blues legends are more prone to getting flashed by Gatso cameras than those who listen to any other musical genres.

24 September 2006

Innovations Report - Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in - Research Home Reports Earth Sciences Content Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in 22.09.2006 Earth Observation Scientists at the University of Leicester have been able to measure from space for the first time signals showing the amount of carbon dioxide taken up by plants, in a project hailed by the Natural Environment Research

PhysOrg.com - Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in - links Suggest a story idea Web PhysOrg.com Leicester scientist watch mother nature breathing in Print Email Blog It Font size: - N + Earth Observation Scientists at the University of Leicester have been able to measure from space for the first time signals showing the amount of carbon dioxide taken up by plants, in a project

Life Style Extra - Siberia's Frozen Wasteland 'Facing Meltdown' - Balzter told a global warming conference at the University of Leicester where he is based that satellite images of Siberia he has been studying for the past eight years paint a grim picture of the planet's future. Prof Balzter said: "Siberia is a hotspot in the global climate system. Because the Siberian ecosystems are largely temperature

icCroydon - Sex beast 'could still pose a serious threat to teenage girls' - Police's psychiatric profiling, based on a Leicester University study, painted a very different picture of the culprit they were hunting. A massive police investigation - codenamed Operation Keddlestone - was under way at the time. A series of high-profile appeals were made on the BBC's Crimewatch programme, but nothing was unearthed. Officers

BMJ Career Focus - Teaching doctors about disability - MRC Health Services Research Collaboration, University of Bristol p.dieppe{at}bristol.ac.uk Elizabeth Anderson, senior lecturer in shared learning Department of Medical and Social Care Education, University of Leicester Margaret Byron, organiser for disability teaching Centre for Medical Education, University of Bristol Linda J Marks,

The Sunday Tribune - Books - Bonney, Professor of Modern History at the University of Leicester, U.K. He has quoted from secret circular of the RSS which is spine-chilling like Hitler¿s 25-Point Programme. The RSS wants to eliminate Scheduled Casts/Tribes, Backward Classes and Minorities to establish a Hindu Rashtra that is the unfinished agenda of Partition. ISI also wants

Boca Raton News - World Map of Happiness - and a subtle celebration of capitalism, a University of Leicester, England Analytic Social Psychologist has produced the first-ever "world map of happiness" And on that map, the US comes in 23rd. Which is all well and good, according to Boca Raton psychologist Dr. Susan Levin - but happiness is, indeed, More

23 September 2006

EurekAlert - Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease - University of Leicester Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease University of Leicester scientists are heading a worldwide research project which could revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment of diarrhoea in children in developing countries. The four-year project, the results of

EurekAlert - Symposium 'Environmental Change in Siberia - by global warming according to experts at the University of Leicester. The Climate and Land Surface Systems Interaction Centre at the University of Leicester is hosting an international scientific Symposium on "Environmental change in Siberia ¿ Insights from Earth Observation and modeling" from 18-20 September 2006. Professor Heiko Balzter, who

22 September 2006

Journal-News - Your Musical Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords - North, a senior lecturer in psychology at the >>>University of Leicester<<<. The findings are scheduled for publication in an upcoming issue of the journal Psychology of Music. Recent changes in technology, such as the iPod and other devices using downloaded music, have made personal musical selection even easier. "People are selecting their own music

KTRE-TV - Your Musical Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords

WANE-TV - Your Musical Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords

Daily News from India - Britain Asians loathe reporting urinary problems - the Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, the >>>University of Leicester<<< and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team. Men over 40 living in Leicestershire were selected at random from the lists of family doctors and sent a postal questionnaire asking them about urinary symptoms, problems and use of local health services. Leicestershire has a large

Kerala Next - Britain Asians loathe reporting urinary problems: study

India4u - Britain Asisans loathe reporting urinary problems: study

Web India - Britain Asians loathe reporting urinary problems: study

iWon.com - Your Music Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords - North, a senior lecturer in psychology at the >>>University of Leicester<<<. The findings are scheduled for publication in an upcoming issue of the journal Psychology of Music. Recent changes in technology, such as the iPod and other devices using downloaded music, have made personal musical selection even easier. "People are selecting their own music

Excite Health - Your Music Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords

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KFOR News Channel 4 - Your Musical Tastes Reveal Your Life Chords

CBC Newsworld - Your musical tastes reveal a lot about attitudes, behaviors

WAFB 9 - Music Linked To Unhealthy Behaviors?

Express & Star - Builder in £45m deals joy - ... The special projects team will refurbish halls of residence at Leicester University and build drama facilities at Birmingham’s St Thomas Aquinas school.

Science Magazine (subscription) - The Pink Death: Die-offs of the Lesser Flamingo Raise Concern - ... Ecologist David Harper of the University of Leicester, UK, who leads the Earthwatch Institute's Lakes of the Rift Valley project, believes the emergence of ...

Science Now - Classical's Class and Rap's Bad Rap - ... Psychologist Adrian North of the University of Leicester, UK, wanted to test musical stereotypes. So he and David Hargreaves of ...

Mirror.co.uk - Global Greenhouse - ... device mounted on the European Space Agency's satellite Envisat which takes 20,000 measurements a month for Leicester University researchers monitoring carbon ...

21 September 2006

EurekAlert - Symposium 'Environmental Change in Siberia: Insights From Earth Observation and Modeling' - by global warming according to experts at the University of Leicester. The Climate and Land Surface Systems Interaction Centre at the University of Leicester is hosting an international scientific Symposium on "Environmental change in Siberia ¿ Insights from Earth Observation and modeling" from 18-20 September 2006. Professor Heiko Balzter, who

globeandmail.com - SOCIAL STUDIES - cent of opera fans had sampled magic mushrooms. University of Leicester researchers asked 2,500 people to reveal which types of music they liked the most and then to complete a questionnaire about their lives. More findings: nearly 38 per cent of hip-hop fans had more than one sexual partner in the past five years, but only 1.5 per cent of country

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Daily News from India - Britain Asians loathe reporting urinary problems: study - the Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, the University of Leicester and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team. Men over 40 living in Leicestershire were selected at random from the lists of family doctors and sent a postal questionnaire asking them about urinary symptoms, problems and use of local health services. Leicestershire has a large

20 September 2006

Cayman Islands Financial Services Association - CIIB reinforces Compliance Offering - Masters in Business Administration through the >>>University of Leicester. She is an active member of<<< the community and sits on various NGO boards and committees. She is also a member of the Young Business & Professional Womens Club.

Granta - Craig Taylor at the University of Leicester - en Español Calendar: Craig Taylor at the >>>University of Leicester<<< October 19, 2006, 9:00 am About Craig Taylor More events New titles Chapters Subjects Authors Special offers Events Topsellers Forthcoming Audio top of page Home | About Granta | Contacts | Calendar | Features (C) 2005 Granta Publications

EurakAlert - Moth Man's prophecies at global warming conference - experts on global warming gathering at the >>>University of Leicester<<< will discuss this week ¿ amongst other topics- the danger posed to forests in Siberia by global warming ¿and a moth. The Climate and Land Surface Systems Interaction Centre at the >>>University of Leicester<<< is hosting an international scientific Symposium on "Environmental change in

Podcasting News - Dance Music, Sex and Drugs - social obligations, according to research by >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Dr Adrian North. [more] BT: Binary Universe BT talks about the relationship of mathematics to his music and how the music relates to the images on his new DVD. [more] Ueberschall Ships The Voice Vol 2 The Voice Vol. 2 consists of vocal phrases of a choir with

Central Penn Business Journal - National Civil War Museum board names new director - her master¿s degree in museum studies from the >>>University of Leicester<<< in the U.K. She helped to establish the Churchill Museum, which is part of the Imperial War Museum, in London. Mullin would like to strengthen the National Civil War Museum¿s relationship with other area museums and attractions. ¿I¿d like to improve what we offer to the local

EurekAlert - Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease - Peter Williams phw2@le.ac.uk 44-116-252-3317 >>>University of Leicester<<< Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease >>>University of Leicester<<< scientists are heading a worldwide research project which could revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment of diarrhoea in children in developing countries. The four-year project, the results of

19 September 2006

Medical News Today - South Asian Men Suffer More Urinary Problems Than White Men But Are Less Likely To Seek Help - NHS Trust. The Trust teamed up with the >>>University of Leicester<<< and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team to undertake the study. "Population studies have shown that a quarter of men over 40 have moderate or severe symptoms and this rises to half at the age of 65" he adds. "Many of these men will find their symptoms bothersome and they can

Ananova - Opera fans 'prefer magic mushrooms' - tastes and lifestyles by researchers at the >>>University of Leicester<<<. They discovered that fans of every style of music had taken drugs, with those who preferred DJ-based club music topping the list. A quarter of classical music buffs have tried cannabis and 12.3 per cent of opera lovers had tried magic mushrooms. The study also revealed that

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Financial Mail - Not short of what it takes - Financial Mail

18 September 2006

Napa Valley Register Online - Society Setback - a master's degree in museum studies from the >>>University of Leicester<<< in England, cited her hiring this summer as proof that the society is serious about expanding its public presence downtown. She is the society's first full-time, paid executive director. The society is organizing a major fundraiser to celebrate its move back to the Goodman

Monsters and Critics.com - Hip Hop lovers get more sex and break the law - A recent study done by psychologist Adrian North from the University of Leicester shows that fans of hip hop/dance music genres are more likely to have had ...

Scenta.co.uk - Global warming experts gather in Leicester - Global warming experts are meeting at the University of Leicester (UL) from today until 20 September. The world experts will discuss ...

Sprout - Less is More - ... Noted Adrian White, an analytical social psychologist at the University of Leicester in central England, “smaller countries tend to be a little happier ...

17 September 2006

ABC News - Hip hop music fans have more sex: study - Psychologist Adrian North from the University of Leicester surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests ..

Minnesota Public Radio - Classical Music and DRUGS - “More than a quarter of classical music fans have tried cannabis, says a study from the University of Leicester....”. Anyhow, that ...

Kerala Next - Vellore hospital in worldwide project to revolutionize diarrhoea cure - Microbiology in the Department of Genetics, and >>>Leicester<<< colleagues Uta Praekelt and Marie Singer, are working with scientists at the Robert Koch Institute in Germany and Anna >>>University<<< in Chennai India, and with doctors at the Christian Medical College in Vellore, India, and at Gadjah Mada >>>University<<< in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Professor Williams

Podcasting News - Dance Music, Sex and Drugs - social obligations, according to research by >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Dr Adrian North. North's research shows that a personâ¿¿s musical preference tells a great deal about their lifestyle and interests. When it comes to relationships, beliefs and breaking the law, fans of different musical styles gave very different responses. Hip hop

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16 September 2006

China.com - Study: Hip hop fans likely have more sexual partners - Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said that even many of hip hop music fans who prefer classic strains would have tried cannabis. He added the results showed it was possible to discover clues

The Innovations Report - New study identifies links between musical tastest and lifestyle - we are, according to research findings by a >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist. User rating You need to have JavaScript and cookies enabled to use all the features of this website. Not rated yet Would you recommend this story? Not at all - 1 2 3 4 5 - Highly Now, Dr Adrian North is extending his research worldwide. He is looking for 10,000

The Telegraph, Calcutta - Music is a Mirror of Lifestyle - factors. Psychologist Adrian North at the >>>University of Leicester<<< in the UK wants 10,000 people from around the world to take part in the extended online survey, providing details of musical tastes and responding to lifestyle-related questions. "We are desperate to get as many people as possible from India to respond," North told The Telegraph.

Stuff - Hip-hop music fans have more sex, study shows - new study. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 per cent of hip-hop devotees and 29 per

Kerla Next - Three students win UK scholarships - study for an MSc in Textile Technology at the >>>University<<< of Manchester; Fuad Al Mudehki will study for an MSc in Sports Development at Northumbria >>>University<<<; and Ibrahim Al Sulaiti will study for an MBA at >>>Leicester University<<< under an HSBC-sponsored Chevening Scholarship. FOR MORE MIDDLE EAST NEWS CLICK HERE Join Our Email List Email: INDIA

InfoSpace - Musical Tastes and Lifestyle Linked - A British psychologist says he has identified a link between musical preferences and lifestyle. >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Adrian North, whose study is to appear in the journal Psychology of Music, asked more than 2,500 U.K. citizens which musical styles

curlio.com - Music Taste Based on Drug use? - 2006-09-14 12:39:43 BBC News The >>>University of Leicester<<< has done a research into the relationship between drug use and music taste. The people most likely to take drugs are people that like club music. The research has some interesting results: But followers of hip hop and dance music are more likely to have had multiple sex partners

antiMusic.com - Drugs = Thugs? - interviewed for the study carried out by the >>>University of Leicester<<<, which assessed various aspects of their lifestyle in relation to their musical tastes. Hip-hop and dance music fans are more likely to have had more sexual partners over the last five years, and they also topped the drug-tasters list. Dr Aiden North told the BBC: ¿It comes out

IBNLive - Like pop? You're surely promiscuous - even financial status. A research done at the >>>University of Leicester<<< has given new insights about linkages between one's taste in music and their various behaviours like sexual promiscuity, criminality and drug use. The research shows followers of hiphop and dance music are more likely to have had multiple sex partners over the last five years

The Times of India - Hip hop music fans have more sex: Study - Thursday. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38% of hip hop devotees and 29% of dance

The Peninsula On-line - Hip hop ,usic lovers have more sex, claims study

Ananova - Opera fans 'prefer magic mushrooms' - tastes and lifestyles by researchers at the >>>University of Leicester<<<. They discovered that fans of every style of music had taken drugs, with those who preferred DJ-based club music topping the list. A quarter of classical music buffs have tried cannabis and 12.3 per cent of opera lovers had tried magic mushrooms. The study also revealed that

Aversion.com - Researchers Probe Music Tastes, Lifestyles - fans of Zulu jive? A researcher at a British >>>university<<< hopes to answer that question and many others with an ambitious study. After completing a study on 2,500 British music fans, psychologist Adrian North of >>>Leicester University<<< wants to take his study on musical tastes and lifestyles to a worldwide level. Aiming to poll 100 thousand music fans

Empowerment - Not short of what it takes - He completed his honours degree in maths at the >>>University of Leicester<<< in 1988. "Those three years in England allowed me to find myself. Exposure to so many other cultures was a serious eye-opener and I built valuable lifelong contacts." Back in SA, where he intended to teach maths, he realised how considerably better the prospects were in

AmericanHeritage.com - DNA Takes The Stand - Jeffreys, a professor of genetics at the nearby >>>University of Leicester<<<, had developed a way to identify unique chemical attributes in samples of deoxyribonucleic acid, the DNA that resides in the nucleus of every cell. His method had already helped resolve an immigration case, proving that a young boy from Ghana was indeed the son of a woman in

The New Zealand Herald - Hippity hop and off to bed - new study. Psychologist Adrian North, from the >>>University of Leicester<<<, surveyed 2500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 per cent of hip-hop devotees and 29 per

ScienceDaily - Near-Earth Object Impact News - Or Our Own Planet's Detox? (March 13, 2006) -- >>>University of Leicester<<< geologists, Professor Andy Saunders and Dr. Marc Reichow, are taking a fresh look at what may actually have wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago and caused other ... > full story Largest Crater In The Great Sahara Discovered By Boston >>>University<<< Scientists (March 4,

Resident Advisor - Club music fans most likely to take drugs: Study - other end of the scale, rich people with higher >>>university<<< degrees are more likely to enjoy opera, jazz and classical music. Dr. North heads the music research center at >>>Leicester University<<<. His research includes topics such as 'The effect of physical attractiveness on responses to pop music performers and their music' and 'The influence of

PlaybillArts - Study: One in Four Classical Lovers Like Cannabis; Opera Fans ... - The BBC reports that the study, by psychologist Adrian North of the University of Leicester (recently published in the scientific journal Psychology of Music ...

Orlando Sentinel - You are what you listen to - ... work. All of this was reported on the BBC and based on a study of 2,500 people by the University of Leicester in England. The study ...

AllHipHop - Hip-Hop Lovers Have More Sex In Britian According To Survey - According to a recent survey performed by Adrian North for the University of Leicester, people in the Britian who listen to Hip-Hop are more likely to have had ...

Aversion - Researchers Probe Music Tastes, Lifestyles - After completing a study on 2,500 British music fans, psychologist Adrian North of Leicester University wants to take his study on musical tastes and ...

15 September 2006

Spiked - 'Cool Maths': The sum of all fears 'Cool Maths': The sum of all fears - ... However, the prize for coolest educators must go to the chemistry lecturers at Leicester University, who dressed up as Harry Potter characters to motivate ...

EurekAlert - Symposium 'Environmental change in Siberia – Insights from Earth ... - ... a chill down people's spines may not hold true for long given the threat posed to them by global warming according to experts at the University of Leicester. ..

Resident Advisor - CLUB MUSIC FANS MOST LIKELY TO TAKE DRUGS: STUDY - ... Dr. North heads the music research centre at Leiceser university. His research includes topics such as 'The effect of physical...

CNN-IBM - Like pop? You're surely promiscuos - ...A research done at the University of Leicester has given new insights about linkages between one's taste in music and their various behaviours like sexual...

antiMusic.com - Drugs=Thugs - 2,500 people were interviewed for the study carried out by the University of Leicester, which assessed various aspects of their lifestyle in relation to their ...

Monsters and Critics.com - Study: Musical tastes and lifestyle linked - University of Leicester psychologist Adrian North, whose study is to appear in the journal Psychology of Music, asked more than 2,500 UK citizens which musical ...

Reuters - Hip hop music fans have more sex: study - Thursday. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 percent of hip hop devotees and 29

NPRN - Hip hop music fans have more sex: study (2006-09-13)

News-Medical.Net - Lower urinary tract symptoms and related help-seeking behavior in South Asian men living in the UK - NHS Trust. The Trust teamed up with the >>>University of Leicester<<< and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team to undertake the study. "Population studies have shown that a quarter of men over 40 have moderate or severe symptoms and this rises to half at the age of 65" he adds. "Many of these men will find their symptoms bothersome and they can

The Innovations Report - South Asian men suffer more urinary problems than white men but are less likely to seek help

The Innovations Report - Hope For Major Advance In Fighting World Killer Disease - Microbiology in the Department of Genetics, and >>>Leicester<<< colleagues Uta Praekelt and Marie Singer, are working with scientists at the Robert Koch Institute in Germany and Anna >>>University<<< in Chennai India, and with doctors at the Christian Medical College in Vellore, India, and at Gadjah Mada >>>University<<< in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Their project,

PhysOrg.com - Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease

The West Australian - Hip-hop fans stray more for sex, uni study finds - results of a British survey. Click here... >>>University of Leicester<<< researchers who asked 2500 Britons about their favourite music found similarities between it and their way of life. The study, being published in the journal Psychology of Music, found that 37.5 per cent of people who liked hip-hop and 28.7 per cent of those who preferred

PhysOrg.com - New study identifies links between musical tastes and lifestyle - we are, according to research findings by a >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist. User rating You need to have JavaScript and cookies enabled to use all the features of this website. Not rated yet Would you recommend this story? Not at all - 1 2 3 4 5 - Highly Now, Dr Adrian North is extending his research worldwide. He is looking for 10,000

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Gulf Times - British Embassy Selects Chevening Scholars - will study MSc in Textile Technology at >>>University<<< of Manchester, while Fuad al-Mudehki will start his MSc in Sports Development at Northumbria >>>University<<< this month. Ibrahim al-Sulaiti has been awarded the HSBC-sponsored Chevening Scholarship and is taking an MBA at the >>>University of Leicester<<<. The British Chevening Scholarship is the UK

KSUT - Hip hop music fans have more sex: study - Thursday. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 percent of hip hop devotees and 29

Virtual Manchester - Hip-hop fans 'have more sexual partners' - partner over the past five years, according to >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Dr Adrian North. Dance music fans are also likely to have had a higher number of sexual partners than other music buffs, with 28.7 per cent having had more than one partner over the past five years, compared to just 1.5 per cent of country fans. The research, to be

News Guangdong - Study: Hip hop fans likely have more sexual partners - - act. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said that even many of hip hop music fans who prefer classic strains would have tried cannabis. He added the results showed it was possible to discover clues about what people

Reuters Health - Hip hop music fans have more sex - Thursday. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 percent of hip hop devotees and 29

MSNBC.com - Like hip hop? Music tastes a clue to personality

The New Zealand Herald - Hippity hop and off to bed - new study. Psychologist Adrian North, from the >>>University of Leicester<<<, surveyed 2500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 per cent of hip-hop devotees and 29 per

The New Delhi Pioneer - Hip hop music fans have more sex - recently. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 per cent of hip hop devotees and 29

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Xinhua - Study: Hip hop fans likely have more sex - act. Psychologist Adrian North from the >>>University of Leicester<<< surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said that even many of hip hop music fans who prefer classic strains would have tried cannabis. He added the results showed it was possible to discover clues

MSNBC.com - Like hip hop? Music tastes a clue to personality

Newsbolf at Guardian Unlimited - Down the Bach streets - you a statistically valid sample, but when >>>Leicester University<<<'s web survey of behavioural trends among music fans allowed the Daily Record to headline its report "Classical music fans smoke the most dope" you tend to take a second look. The study of 2,500 Britons by Adrian North of >>>Leicester university<<<'s psychology department suggest that

CBC Arts - Classical lovers high on more than music - a spliff? You may not be alone. A study by >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Adrian North has found the music you love may suggest how you live - including your liklihood of taking drugs. His research suggests that more than one quarter of classical music fans use cannabis and 12.3 per cent of opera buffs have tried magic mushrooms. North

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BBC NEWS - Music taste 'linked to drug use' - Fans have tried cannabis, says a study from the >>>University of Leicester<<<. Researchers were trying to find out what people's taste in music revealed about their lifestyles. They discovered that fans of every style of music had taken drugs, with those who preferred DJ-based club music topping the list. The study also revealed that blues buffs

Softpedia - Musical Tastes Dictate Drug Consumption - Editor A study conducted by scientists at the >>>University of Leicester<<< categorized drug consumption depending on people's tastes in music. The team stated that the music genre one listens to can reveal more facts about his/her lifestyle and preferences. The general conclusion of the study was that all music fans, independent of their tastes, have

Web India - Vellore hospital in worldwide project to revolutionize diarrhoea cure - Microbiology in the Department of Genetics, and >>>Leicester<<< colleagues Uta Praekelt and Marie Singer, are working with scientists at the Robert Koch Institute in Germany and Anna >>>University<<< in Chennai India, and with doctors at the Christian Medical College in Vellore, India, and at Gadjah Mada >>>University<<< in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Professor Williams

Entertainment Wise - Dance and Hip-Hop Fans More Likely To Take Drugs - interviewed for the study carried out by the >>>University of Leicester<<<, which assessed various aspects of their lifestyle in relation to their musical tastes. Elsewhere, it was found that more than a quarter of people who listen to classical music have tried Cannabis, while people who listen to blues music are more likely to receive a driving

Web India - Study: Musical tastes and lifestyle linked <http://news.webindia123.com/news/articles/Science/20060915/451351.html>`__ - Study: Musical tastes and lifestyle linked >>>Leicester<<<, England | September 15, 2006 12:01:13 AM IST A British psychologist says he has identified a link between musical preferences and lifestyle. >>>University of Leicester<<< psychologist Adrian North, whose study is to appear in the journal Psychology of Music, asked more than 2,500 U.K. citizens

The Daily Record - CLASSICAL MUSIC FANS SMOKE THE MOST DOPE - part in the study had one. Dr North, from the >>>University of Leicester<<<, now wants to recruit 10,000 people across the globe in a bid to complete the "first worldwide picture of who likes what" via a website called musicaltastetest.com. Print article Email to a friend News Feed MESSAGEBOARDS News RSS Feed (what's this?) BUSINESS INSIDER

14 September 2006

CBC - Newfoundland & Labrador - Classical music fans like the high notes: study - A study by University of Leicester psychologist Adrian North has found the music you love may suggest how you live — including your liklihood of taking drugs ...

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Peninsula On-line - Chevening scholars head for Britain - ... Ibrahim Al Sulaiti has been awarded the HSBC sponsored Chevening Scholarship and is taking an MBA at the University of Leicester. ...

BBC News - Music taste 'linked to drug use' - More than a quarter of classical music fans have tried cannabis, says a study from the University of Leicester. Researchers were ...

United Press International - Worldwide plan fights pediatric diarrhea - University of Leicester scientists say the 4-year project will offer a means of identifying the two most deadly forms of the disease quickly, cheaply and with ...

Melbourne Herald Sun - Bed hip-hop and bent Bach - ... mushrooms. More than 2500 people in Britain were asked about their music and lives in a University of Leicester study. It found ...

Xinhua - Hip hop music fans likely have more sexual partners: UK study - ... Psychologist Adrian North from the University of Leicester surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests ...

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NetDoctor.co.uk - Daily news - medical researchers led by scientists from the University of Leicester has developed a new method of diarrhoea diagnosis that could significantly cut the number of deaths from the illness worldwide. The diagnostic method allows the two most deadly forms of diarrhoea-causing bacteria to be identified early on in the progression of the illness,

News-Medical.Net - Lower urinary tract symptoms and related help-seeking behavior in South Asian men living in the UK - NHS Trust. The Trust teamed up with the University of Leicester and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team to undertake the study. "Population studies have shown that a quarter of men over 40 have moderate or severe symptoms and this rises to half at the age of 65" he adds. "Many of these men will find their symptoms bothersome and they can

MENAFN - Worldwide plan fights pediatric diarrhea - most of them children under 5 years of age. University of Leicester Microbiology Professor Peter Williams and colleagues Uta Praekelt and Marie Singer are working with scientists at the Robert Koch Institute in Germany; Anna University in Chennai, India; Christian Medical College in Vellore, India; and at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta,

Cayman Islands - CIIB advances compliance expertise - Masters in Business Administration through the University of Leicester. She is an active member of the community and sits on various NGO boards and committees. She is a member of the Young Business & Professional Women's Club. Print This Article Our Comments section is an open platform for all points of view, on any topic which concerns our

NEWS.com.au - Hip hop fans 'have more sex' - today. Psychologist Adrian North from the University of Leicester surveyed 2500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 per cent of hip hop devotees and 29 per

Reuters.com - Hip hop music fans have more sex: study - Thursday. Psychologist Adrian North from the University of Leicester surveyed 2,500 Britons to find out how their musical tastes related to their lifestyles and interests. He said the results showed said it was possible to discover clues about what people were like simply from the music they liked. Almost 38 percent of hip hop devotees and 29

Times Online - Did you see? - a bull's-eye by publishing the findings of a Leicester University academic, Dr Adrian North, into links between musical taste and lifestyle. True, Dr North's research (based on a survey of 2,500 UK music-lovers) often confirms stereotypes. For instance, classical music fans enjoy incomes 50 per cent higher than dance fans, and have higher

13 September 2006

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Cordis News - EU project develops diagnostic kit to fight infantile diarrhoea in ... - ... Peter Williams is Professor of Microbiology in the Department of Genetics at the University of Leicester, and coordinator of the project. ...

Scenta.co.uk - Hope against diarrhoea - The four-year project led by the University of Leicester (UL) will offer a means of identifying the two most deadly forms of the disease quickly, cheaply and ...

News-Medical.net - Lower urinary tract symptoms and related help-seeking behavior in ... - ... Trust. The Trust teamed up with the University of Leicester and Leicestershire MRC Incontinence Study Team to undertake the study. ...

Gulf Times - British embassy selects Chevening Scholars - ... Ibrahim al-Sulaiti has been awarded the HSBC-sponsored Chevening Scholarship and is taking an MBA at the University of Leicester. ...

EurekAlert - Hope for major advance in fighting world killer disease - University of Leicester scientists are heading a worldwide research project which could revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment of diarrhoea in children in ...

EducationGuardian.co.uk - Research - marvels before flight to Mars Scientists from Leicester University reveal prototype of six-wheeled rover which will hopefully trundle over Mars in 2013. Research funding The research assessment exercise The way research funding is allocated is changing. Read the latest news and opinion in our special report. Performance indicators 2004-05

Cay Compass - CIIB advances compliance expertise - ... McKenzie has over six years experience in the civil service and is currently pursuing a Masters in Business Administration through the University of Leicester. ...

University of Arkansas Daily Headlines - The Hera Project: Searching for Our Beginnings to Find our Future - ... obtained his first degree in chemistry at the University of Kent in Canterbury, and his Ph.D. in astronomy and geology at the University of Leicester, UK. ...

12 September 2006

The Mason Gazette - Student Selected as British Council USA Ambassador <http://gazette.gmu.edu/articles/8948/>`__ - selected senior Sarah Morehouse as one of 69 university students nationwide who will participate in its Student Ambassador Program in 2006-07. The program helps spread the word about the many and varied educational opportunities available to those who study in the UK. Morehouse spent the fall 2005 semester at the University of Leicester, which is

icCoventry - Warwick Uni wins a top rating - Coventry, at number one - ahead of Nottingham University in second place, Loughborough University in third and Leicester University in fourth. Coventry University is in 10th place. Nationally Warwick University is in 10th place with Cambridge, and Oxford heading the list. A Warwick University spokesman said: "This means Warwick university is one

11 September 2006

ic Coventry - Warwick Uni wins a top rating - ... Road, Gibbet Hill, Coventry, at number one - ahead of Nottingham University in second place, Loughborough University in third and Leicester University in fourth ...

West Yorkshire Police - WEST YORKSHIRE ANNOUNCES ACTING CHIEF CONSTABLE - ... Mr Sampson gained a degree in Law at Leicester University and a Diploma in Applied Criminology from Cambridge University. Chief ...

The Times & The Sunday Times, Malta - a Masters in Business Administration by the University of Malta. The subject of his dissertation, entitled "An analysis of trade finance in emerging markets", reflects his expertise in the subject which FIMBank specialises in. Mr Mark Anthony Galea was awarded a Masters of Science in Finance from University of Leicester. His thesis entitled "In

10 September 2006

Guardian Unlimited - DNA advances lengthen long arm of the law - invents technique for DNA fingerprinting at Leicester University 1988 Colin Pitchfork becomes first person to be convicted through DNA, for murders of teenagers Lindda Mann and Dawn Ashworth 1995 World's first national criminal intelligence DNA database launched by Forensic Science Service 2001 Roy Whiting jailed for life for murder of

Industrial News Room - Thomson Scientific Predicts Nobel Laureates, Thomson IBL - Andrei Linde Stanford University School of Med. Masataka Nakazawa Tohoku University (Japan) David N. Payne University of Southampton (U.K.) Paul J. Steinhardt Princeton University Chemistry Gerald R. Crabtree Stanford University

Independent Online Edition - Invest & Save - the (branch-based) Premier deal with Alliance & Leicester, paying 1.5 per cent interest on balances in credit. Anil, who is studying chemistry at Leicester University, is on a tight budget where every penny counts. Earning a good rate of interest on his money was therefore essential. "This account suits my needs really well as it entitled me to

09 September 2006

bmj.com - Patients' perceptions of written consent: questionnaire study - of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, Leicester LE2 7LX, 2 Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 6TP Correspondence to: M Habiba mah6{at}le.ac.uk Abstract Objective To examine patients' understanding of the status, function, and remit of written consent to surgery. Design

Jewish Telegraph - Manchester Leeds Liverpool Glasgow - archaeology and medieval history at Glasgow University and has a postgraduate qualification in museum studies from >>>Leicester University<<<, is responsible for the display being created. She explained: "The curators were first asked in 1994 to come up with ideas for a refurbished Kelvingrove. "I put in a proposal that included people conflicts,

The Standard - World Happiness Map - create a sense of wellbeing. A recent study by Leicester University, which produced The World Map of Happiness, revealed that Britain ranks 41st as the happiest nation on earth, with the Danes topping the list. Conservative leader David Cameron has proclaimed, "It's time we focused not just on GDP, but on GWB - General Well-Being," and bookshops

Chattanoogan.com - New Challenger Center Slated For Italy - one in Seoul, Korea, two in the U.K., at the University of Leicester England and Glasgow Scotland. This one in Italy would be the first Challenger Learning Center in Europe.¿ The new center would be located in Ascoli Piceno, Italy and would be one of 52 or more around the world. Mrs. Scobee Rodgers says she chose Italy as a possible location when

MSN UK - Space exhibition boasts junk rocket - sleep in the pods by day while scientists from Leicester University take blood samples. By night, they will turn the data collected into a animated display projected onto screens. Other events include a talk by the fourth man to walk on the moon, Alaan Bean, who has since become an artist. And former Nasa artist-in-residence Laurie Anderson will

Pure Pedantry - Babies lack reflex necessary for nose breathing in certain positions - is open, Dr. Christopher O'Callaghan of the University of Leicester, UK, and colleagues explain in the journal Archives of Diseases of Childhood. The researchers used acoustic rhinometry, a technique that measures nasal patency, to see whether the nasoaxillary reflex is present in 11 healthy term newborns. Acoustic rhinometry emits wide band

Healthcare Today - Poll Watch - ... The University of Leicester survey shows 46% of 732 obstetrics and gynaecology patients mistakenly think that the main purpose of consent is to protect ...

08 September 2006

Times Online - New bird flu vaccine could save millions - of the Infectious Diseases Unit at the University of Leicester, said that the big advantage of the Chinese design was its successful use of a whole virus, rather than parts of it, to stimulate an immune response. Whole-virus vaccines are known to trigger a bigger immune response, although they often cause more side-effects. Because the dosage

United Press International - Ped Med: Non-drug options for sad youth - a group of clinical psychiatrists from the University of Leicester Medical School is recommending it as therapy for mild to moderate depression. - Eating the right food proved as effective against depression as taking anti-depressants in rat studies conducted by researchers at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard University. The

BBC - There's no place like home - to the secret gig, which turned out to be at Leicester University. Tom takes pouting to a new level Kasabian have played at arenas that hold 9,000 people, but although this gig was a lot smaller than most, Tom says there's something special about coming home: "Every gig I love playing, but this especially - it's in Leicester and all those people

Nature Magazine - movers: scientific career paths and recent science job moves of workers within science - processes that unite life. After his PhD at the University of Leicester, UK, during which he probed the regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in Escherichia coli , Morgan received a Commonwealth Fund scholarship to do a postdoc wherever he liked in the United States. Studying somatic cell genetics and virology there was refreshing, he says, because

Online Recruitment - Freeth Cartwright makes key appointment - ... Rena attended Guildford College of Law following her law degree at Leicester University. Training and working with other leading ...

07 September 2006

Nature.com (subscription) - Michael Morgan, chief scientific officer, Genome Canada, Ottawa ... - ... After his PhD at the University of Leicester, UK, during which he probed the regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in Escherichia coli, Morgan received a ...

United Press International - Ped Med: Non-drug options for sad youth - ... tryout, taking a dip with dolphins to lift spirits went so swimmingly, a group of clinical psychiatrists from the University of Leicester Medical School is ...

Times Online - New bird flu vaccine could save millions - ... In a review of the work, Iain Stephenson, of the Infectious Diseases Unit at the University of Leicester, said that the big advantage of the Chinese design was ...

Yahoo! News - Protective breathing reflex absent in newborns - is open, Dr. Christopher O'Callaghan of the University of Leicester, UK, and colleagues explain in the journal Archives of Diseases of Childhood. The researchers used acoustic rhinometry, a technique that measures nasal patency, to see whether the nasoaxillary reflex is present in 11 healthy term newborns. Acoustic rhinometry emits wide band

St. Albans Observer - Duo Gift Thai Orphanage Their Help - There the pair, who studied psychology at Leicester University, will teach English to about 350 orphans, run the vegetable garden and provide support to the youngsters. continued... The women are currently raising funds so they can take toys and gifts out to Thailand to give to the children. For details on how to donate email Ruth and Jo at

EducationGuardian.co.uk - Research - marvels before flight to Mars Scientists from Leicester University reveal prototype of six-wheeled rover which will hopefully trundle over Mars in 2013. Performance indicators 2004-05 Figures reveal prince and pauper divide The rich are getting richer and the poor are continuing to fight an uphill battle for research funding in universities

This Is Local London - Duo Gift Thai Orphanage Their Help - There the pair, who studied psychology at Leicester University, will teach English to about 350 orphans, run the vegetable garden and provide support to the youngsters. continued... The women are currently raising funds so they can take toys and gifts out to Thailand to give to the children. For details on how to donate email Ruth and Jo at

New Scientist - Very small Raquel - and the Nanoscale Interfaces Centre at the University of Leicester. Maybe that's one way they can get more pupils studying science. From issue 2568 of New Scientist magazine, 09 September 2006, page 23 For exclusive news and expert analysis every week subscribe to New Scientist Print Edition For what's in New Scientist magazine this week see

06 September 2006

This Is Hertfordshire - Duo gift Thai orphanage their help - There the pair, who studied psychology at Leicester University, will teach English to about 350 orphans, run the vegetable garden and provide support to the ...

Reuters - Protective breathing reflex absent in newborns - ... nasal airway is open, Dr. Christopher O'Callaghan of the University of Leicester, UK, and colleagues explain in the journal Archives of Diseases of Childhood. ...

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05 September 2006

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This is Hertfordshire - Accident Victim Back On Track For Thai Trip - and physiotherapy. Ruth, who graduated from Leicester University last summer, said: "I had just paid off my student loan before I was in the accident. "I had just opened a savings account and had put 10 in it and that is all that is in it now. "I wanted to go travelling but now I can't go backpacking as I wanted to do because I have lower back

CNET - Mobile Phone News - texts to catch criminals Psychologists at the University of Leicester are helping forensics catch criminals by researching how individuals can be identified from their texting style More Mobile Phones News What's going on in your digital life? Have you bought a mobile phone recently? If so, are you happy with what you bought? If you're still

04 September 2006

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New Orleans Times-Picayune - Paper Trails - spend a year in the Study Abroad program at the University of Leicester in England. "Molly Malone was a beautiful fishmonger who died from a fever at a young age. The Dublin Gaelic Athletic Association teams and International Irish Rugby team sing 'Cockles and Mussles,' which is based on Malone and is the unofficial theme song of Dublin. In the

Virtual Manchester - Celebrity campaigns 'strengthen neo colonial stereotypes' - suggests. Research by Joanna Goldsmith from the University of Leicester's department of media and communication argues that celebrities are contributing to the developing world being seen as powerless, corrupt and dependent on the west for salvation. "Certainly there are regions that are desperately in need of some kind of assistance," said Ms

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HealthNewsDigest.com - The Public Face of Mental Illness - By The University of Leicester. (HealthNewsDigest.com).. ... Founded in 1921, the University of Leicester has 19,000 students from 120 countries. ...

03 September 2006

Innovations Report - Study to investigate how fear and anxiety are formed in the brain - anxiety. A neuroscientist at the University of Leicester has recently been awarded major EU funding amounting to ¿1.7m over four years to investigate how fear and anxiety are formed in the brain, in a project that could lead to more efficient ways of treating stress-related conditions. Dr Robert Pawlak, a researcher in the University¿s Department

Discovery Channel - Imploding Star Seen for First Time - ... "This (gamma ray burst) was the most extraordinary evolving object yet seen by Swift," said Paul O'Brien, with the UK's University of Leicester. ...

02 September 2006

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Innovations Report - Death Of A Star Scientists Watch Supernova In Real-Time - said team member Dr. Paul O¿Brien at the University of Leicester. ¿The three on-board telescopes all detected a slowly brightening then fading object. The results suggest a broad jet expanded into the surroundings but it was accompanied by a slower-moving and incredibly hot - two million degree - bubble of gas produced from the shock-wave of the

Earth Times - Astronomers see a supernova: death of a star - which nothing can escape. Paul O'Brien of the University of Leicester, a member of the team, said this is the first time such an extraordinary event has been seen from a gamma ray burst. The thermal component of the supernova shock wave was clearly seen in this case and the GRB itself was fairly modest. Swift has three instruments -- the Burst

handbag.com - Gossip - suggests. Research by Joanna Goldsmith from the University of Leicester's department of media and communication argues that celebrities are contributing to the developing world being seen as powerless, corrupt and dependent on the west for salvation. "Certainly there are regions that are desperately in need of some kind of assistance," said Ms

BBC NEWS - The Magazine Monitor - of similar size, according to research by the University of Leicester. 4. London has the best public transport system in the world (well, according to readers of TripAdvisor.com). More details 5. Helen Mirren was born Ilyena Lydia Moronoff, the daughter of a Russian-born violinist with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. More details 6. The

Skymania News - Cosmic death blast caught live - Swift," said team member Dr Paul O'Brien at the University of Leicester. "The three on-board telescopes all detected a slowly brightening then fading object. The results suggest a broad jet expanded into the surroundings but it was accompanied by a slower-moving and incredibly hot - two million degree - bubble of gas produced from the shock-wave of

01 September 2006

InTheNews.co.uk - Celebrity campaigns 'strengthen neo colonial stereotypes' - Research by Joanna Goldsmith from the University of Leicester's department of media and communication argues that celebrities are contributing to the ...

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Scientist - UK tissue act consolidates samples - ... institutions that have consolidated their tissue samples include Cancer Research UK, the universities of Birmingham and Leicester, and Queens University Belfast

Medical News Today - British Press Promotes "distorted Views Of Mental Illness" - Research carried out at the University of Leicester suggests that the British press may be guilty of misguiding the public and promoting distorted views of ...

PhysOrg.com - Scientists watch supernova in realtime - said team member Dr. Paul O'Brien at the University of Leicester. "The three on-board telescopes all detected a slowly brightening then fading object. The results suggest a broad jet expanded into the surroundings but it was accompanied by a slower-moving and incredibly hot - two million degree - bubble of gas produced from the shock-wave of the

BBC - Shattered - an accident while studying for his PhD at the University of Leicester. Doctors at Leicester Royal Infirmary told them that Matthew's head injuries were too severe for him to recover, and that he'd be a "cabbage" for the rest of his life. But ten years on, after Mavis and her family tirelessly nursed Matthew back to health, she's written a book

The Register - Astronomers watch supernova go bang - seen by Swift," said Dr Paul O'Brien from the University of Leicester. This burst was also much closer than normal, and the researchers identified it as originating in a star-forming galaxy about 440m light years away, towards the constellation Aries. The team soon realised they were witnessing the first stages of the death of a star. Dr O'Brien

The Age - The death of a star - said team member Dr Paul O'Brien, from the University of Leicester. "This is the first time such an extraordinary event has been seen from a GRB. The thermal component of the supernova shock wave was clearly seen in this case as the GRB itself was fairly modest ... a mere 10 million billion times the power of the Sun." Details of the observations

Discovery Channel - Exploding Star Seen for First Time - by Swift," said Paul O'Brien, with the U.K.'s University of Leicester. The observations began with three instruments aboard Swift itself which collected data as the star exploded. A team lead by Sergio Campana of the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics in Milan traced X-ray emissions that faded to ultraviolet and finally optical light as

BBC NEWS - Supernova captured in 'real time' - Mission team member Paul O'Brien, of the University of Leicester, UK, said: "The three onboard telescopes detected a slowly brightening then fading object. "The results suggest a broad jet expanded into the surroundings but it was accompanied by a slower-moving and incredibly hot - two-million-degree - bubble of gas produced from the shockwave of

Astronomy Magazine - A supernova caught in the act - says Paul O'Brien, a team member at England's University of Leicester. The burst, designated GRB 060218, lasted about 35 minutes - about 100 times longer than typical bursts associated with supernovae. It was also just 1 percent the brightness of GRBs seen in the distant universe, which places it in a subclass known as X-ray flashes. Although weak

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