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University of Leicester in the Media - July 2008

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

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  • Dr Kate Loveman and Dr Sarah Knight spoke about renaissance humour on Radio 4's Today Programme on 18th July. The interview will took place between 8 and 9 am, before their conference on renaissance humour will begin. You can listen to the interview online by clicking here
  • Ather Mirza, Director of Press and Corporate Communications, was interviewed on the Channel 4 Dispatches programme 'It Shouldn't Happen to a Muslim' which was broadcast on 7 July.
  • Professor Andy Gescher appeared BBC Radio Leicester, discussing whether broccoli could be a cancer preventative. You can hear the interview online by clicking here .
  • Professor Martin Gill was interviewed live at 7.25am on 25 July by BBC Leicester, requesting help from victims of identity fraud for a new study.
  • James Treadwell, lecturer with the Department of Criminology, appeared on the BBC Radio 5 Drive time show on Tuesday 29 July discussing the blank passports and visas stolen from a delivery van in Manchester.

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31 July 2008

Management in Practice - More GP time "does not mean better service" - Co-author of the review Dr Andrew Wilson, of England's University of Leicester, said: "There was some evidence that blood pressure was checked and smoking ...

Medical News Today - Perspectives On Grief, Cruse Bereavement Care National Conference 2008 - networking within the beautiful grounds of the University of Leicester, including a stunning 16 acre botanic gardens First-class accommodation Excellent food including four-course evening meal A selection of evening entertainment http://www.cruse.org.uk/conference.html Please

Medical News Today - Doctors Don't Change Their Routine During Longer Consultations

eLearningNews.net - THE ASSOCIATION FOR LEARNING TECHNOLOGY'S ANNUAL CONFERENCE - of e-Learning & Learning Technology at the University of Leicester. The discussions will be supported by detailed results from regional research into business use of ICT. Issues the workshop, and the conference, will be seeking to address include whether small businesses have access to technology and connectivity, whether they are aware of the

30 July 2008

Leicester Mercury - GRADUATE BUSINESSES ARE RECOGNISED AT AWARDS - 28 July 2008 Thirteen businesses set up by university graduates have received a total of 10,000 to get them to stay and grow in Leicester. The companies received the funding through the city council's Incubating Graduate Business (IGB) scheme. Retaining graduates is seen as one of the key areas the city must improve to grow its economy. The

New Scientist - T. rex 'tissue' may just be bacterial scum - But some of the bacterial scum could be mixed in, making the whole fossil a composite, says Dave Unwin of the University of Leicester. ...

This is Leicestershire - Joint Ventures Up for Awards - Five examples of successful collaborations between Leicestershire universities and companies have been short-listed for a prestigious award.The joint ventures are all finalists in the Lord Stafford Awards.

Interest! Alert - Doctors Don't Change Their Routine During Longer Consultations - said Andrew Wilson, M.D., of England's University of Leicester, who wrote the review with University of Northumbria researcher Susan Childs. However, he said, "The most consistent finding was that several aspects of doctors' behavior remained unchanged. The review appears in the latest issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane

29 July 2008

Health Behavior News Service - Doctors Don’t Change Their Routine During Longer Consultations - ... available,” said Andrew Wilson, MD, of England’s University of Leicester, who wrote the review with University of Northumbria researcher Susan Childs. ...

The Engineer - Print pioneer - ... then the development of the technique by Leicester University's Prof Sir Alec Jeffreys must surely be pretty near the top of the list. ...

People's Daily - Exploding Milky Way star undetected for 4 months - Acting quickly, Andy Read of the University of Leicester and Richard Saxton of ESA's European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Spain, e-mailed other astronomers about the newly-discovered X-ray source. Asstronomers turned to the 6.5-meter Magellan-Clay telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, and found that USNO-A2.0

Xinhau - Exploding Milky Way star undetected for 4 months

27 July 2008

Telegraph.co.uk - Swimming with dolphins may not have any health benefit - In 2005, a University of Leicester team tested the effect of regular swimming sessions with dolphins on 15 depressed people in a study carried out in ...

26 July 2008

Scientific American Blog - Shrimp fossil tells of once (and future?) temperate Antarctic - Was the Antarctic once a balmier place?

Human Molecular Genetics - A regulatory SNP of the BICD1 gene contributes to telomere length variation in humans - Sciences 2 Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK * To whom correspondence should be addressed at: Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Leicester, Clinical Sciences Wing, Glenfield Hospital, Groby Road, Leicester LE3 9QP, UK. Tel: +44 1162563021; Fax: +44 1162875792. Email: njs{at}le.ac.uk Received

Joy Online - Ghanaian elected SOS KDI Veep - Dr. Mrs. Margaret Nkrumah graduated from the English department of Leicester University, United Kingdom in 1963. She returned to Ghana and got married to ...

National Geographic - Tiny Fossils Reveal Warm Antarctic Past - ... the development of the [east] Antarctic ice sheet," study lead author Mark Williams, a geologist with the University of Leicester, said in a statement. ...

25 July 2008

Liverpool Echo - Name: Ian Andain - Your hero/heroine: Professor at Leicester University, John McManners. He sadly died in his 90s earlier this year but his promotion of the love of education ...

Britain News - Tiny fossils take Antarctic Dry Valleys - According to Dr Mark Williams, from the University of Leicester, UK, "We've got the legs and the mouth parts, and the reproductive organs; and we can even ...

Filey Today - Brothers are all-round hits - “One of the best moments of my playing career was when I was at De Montfort University in Leicester and we played against Leicester University at Leicester ...

RedOrbit - Fossil Discoveries Date Dry Valleyâ¿¿s Mars-Like Origin - the legs,⿿ said Dr. Mark Williams, from the University of Leicester, UK. "This is a first of its kind from the Antarctic; it's unusual in the fossil record in general. "Notwithstanding the significance of the fossil preservation, the presence of lake ostracods at this latitude, 77 degrees South, is also of great note. With moderrn ostracod

The Economic Times - Antarctic was once much warmer

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24 July 2008

CNN - Rare fossil discovered in Antarctic - Dr. Mark Williams from the Department of Geology at the University of Leicester said: "This is a rare occurrence in the fossil record -- but it is the first ...

Latest TSNN News - E-learning conference set to bring together Yorkshire expertise - Among those delegates due to attend will be Gilly Salmon, Professor of e-learning and learning technology at the University of Leicester, with the event to ...

Manchester Evening News - Moby @ Ruby Lounge - “If so, you need to mention that I put Moby on back in Leicester University back in 1992. He’s done quite well for himself since then, hasn’t he? ...

The Herald - Alastair BissettJohnson - He moved to a post as senior lecturer at the University of Leicester, which included a two-year sabbatical at Monash University in Melbourne. In 1976 he and Winnie moved to Canada, where he taught at McGill University, Montreal, before becoming, at 36, the youngest ever professor at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia. In each of the countries in

Fox News - Fossils Reveal Much Warmer Antarctic in Recent Past Thompson E-Mail Print Share: Mark Williams,University of Leicester This ostracod fossil from the Dry Valleys of Antarctica is less than 1 mm long, but preserves an array of soft tissues including legs and mouth parts. A college student's new discovery of fossils collected in the East Antarctic suggests that the frozen polar cap was once a

BBC - Broccoli Juice from Braunstone - Interview with Professor Andy Gescher BBC Leicester's Chris Baxter spoke to Professor Andy Gescher from the University of Leicester... Listen: Interview with Professor Andy Gescher > Help playing audio/video Professor Gescher is investigatinng naturally occurring chemicals and their role in preventing cancer. He says it could be true that

The Times of India - Antarctic was once much warmer-Global Warming-Earth - by a team that involved researchers from the University of Leicester, North Dakota State University, the British Geological Survey, Queen Mary University of London, and Boston University. The team made the new fossil discovery in the Dry Valleys of the East Antarctic region. The fossils (ostracods) come from an ancient lake - 14 million years old

ScienceDaily - Unique Fossil Discovery Shows Antarctic Was Once Much Warmer

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Softpedia - Unique Fossil Brings Evidence of Antarctica's Warm Past - Fossil shows how the clime of Antarctica evolved in time - William of the Department of Geology at the University of Leicester. The fossil indicates that after the period in which this species lived, the Antarctic continent went through a process of intense cooling, which could help scientists understand how the ice sheet evolved and how global warming is now influencing it. "The fossil ostracods of the

This is Leicestershire - TRAINING SET TO BE EXPANDED - on this story 10:30 - 22 July 2008 A city university is expanding to offer classes for teaching assistants at a new venue in Cambridgeshire. The University of Leicester, which already gives out teacher training degrees through the Peterborough Regional College, will set up a new training centre at a school in Werrington, Peterborough. Min

This is Leicestershire - WOULD A CUT BE KINDLY? - surprise then that Prof Blanchflower, a former Leicester University economics student, would like his colleagues on the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) to back his call for rate cuts. Reducing the cost of borrowing now, he argues, will help the economy either avoid, or quickly get out of, a recession by encouraging high street

23 July 2008

Discovery Channel - Shrimp-Like Fossil Confirms Antarctica Was Once Warmer - Led by Mark Williams of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, a team of researchers sifted through sediments left by the ancient Lake Boreas, ...

BBC News - Fossils date Dry Valleys' origin - Dr Mark Williams, from the University of Leicester, UK, said: "This is a rare occurrence in the fossil record - but is the first of its kind from the whole ...

China Daily - Fossil suggests Antarctica much warmer in past - ... region show mean annual temperatures of minus 25 degrees C (Celsius) [minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit]," said Mark Williams of the University of Leicester, ...

Bloomberg - Royal Academy Boss Reveals Kapoor Show, Chipperfield Annex Plan - she studied, like Rosenthal, at the University of Leicester. She starts in January 2009. Asked why he chose a less high-profile exhibitions manager than Rosenthal, Saumarez Smith said, 'Norman had been exhibitions secretary for 31 years, and was extremely well known for that. Kathleen, I'm confident, will be well known possibly in a slightly

This is Leicestershire - ANNUAL BALL HELPS RAISE VITAL FUNDS - being sought in support of the event at the University of Leicester Botanic Gardens. The charity, founded in 2002 by Allison Wilson, has raised more than 1 million for laboratory research, in Leicester, into cancer. The money has so far funded 16 research fellowships at the University of Leicester, De Montfort University and University Hospitals

EurekAlert - Unique fossil discovery shows Antarctic was once much warmer - Allan Ashworth's lab at North Dakota State University. ### The research was funded by NSF grants to Allan Ashworth (at NDSU) and Dave Marchant (at Boston University). Note to newsdesk: For more information contact: Contact: Dr. Mark Williams, University of Leicester, mri@le.ac.uk, or via University of Leicester press office 0116 252 3335 The

Yahoo! News - Fossil Suggests Antarctica Much Warmer in Past - degrees Fahrenheit]," said Mark Williams of the University of Leicester , co-author with Ashworth of the fossil-find report in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. "These are impossible conditions to sustain a lake fauna with ostracods." The authors think the ostracods and the habitat they lived in were the last vestiges of a tundra

MSNBC.com - A star explodes in the sky, but nobody sees it

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Science Daily - Unique Fossil Discovery Shows Antarctic Was Once Much Warmer - Dr Mark Williams from the Department of Geology at the University of Leicester said: "This is a rare occurrence in the fossil record - but is the first of ...

LiveScience.com - Fossil Suggests Antarctica Much Warmer in Past - Credit: Mark Williams, University of Leicester A college student's new discovery of fossils collected in the East Antarctic suggests that the frozen polar ...

22 July 2008

Melton Today - Lib Dem candidate chosen - He is currently a senior lecturer and postgraduate course leader in the Faculty of Art and Design at De Montfort University in Leicester. ...

Mid-Hudson News - SLCH appoints communications manager - and sleep medicine. She is a graduate of the University of Rome with post graduate education at University of Rome, Cornell Medical University, Beth Israel Medical Center and New York University. Dr. Chatr-Aryamontri is licensed in Italy and New York State and resides in New Paltz. The Hospital is also pleased to welcome four new providers to its

ASD-Network - XMM-Newton Discovers the Star That Everyone Missed - 0450-03360039. Acting quickly, Andy Read of the University of Leicester and Richard Saxton of ESA's European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Spain, arranged for an astronomical telegram to be circulated across the Internet, informing other astronomers of the newly-discovered X-ray source. Astronomers using the 6.5-m Magellan-Clay telescope at Las

21 July 2008

The News - Good citizens? - ... in order that he could pray – also untrue; as is the story about pork being banned on Leicester University campus in order not to offend Muslims. ...

BBC Focus - SICK BEES FORGET FLOWERS - Ill bumblebees have trouble remembering which flowers have the most nectar, say biologists at the University of Leicester. Compared to healthy bees, ...

Spaceflight Now - XMM-Newton discovers the star that everyone missed

Press Trust of India - Sickly bees go 'off-colour' - The research conducted at the British University of Leicester has shown that like humans, bees are often not at their most astute when they feel poorly. ...

20 July 2008

Astronomy Magazine - The star that got away

ScienceDaily - Bees Go 'Off-color' When They Are Sickly - with the Department of Genetics, at the University of Leicester. The Leicester team consisted of A. Alghamdi, L. Dalton, A. Phillis, E. Rosato and E. B. Mallon Journal reference: . Immune response impairs learning in free flying bumble-bees. Biology Letters, July 16, 2008 Adapted from materials provided by University of Leicester, via

Softpedia - Bright Nova Missed by Astronomers Spotted by XMM-Newton - One of the brightest nova of the decade missed by researchers, found three months later - Astronomy Centre, along with Andy Read of the University of Leicester, found the source of the X-ray emission, and then contacted the robotic survey projeect ASAS and asked them to check their data. ASAS indeed revealed that the robotic survey spotted the bright event on June 5, 2007 and confirmed that it would have been visible from Earth with the

American Chronicle - MORE PROOF THAT AMERICA MAY HAVE LOST IT'S "GREAT NATION" STATUS - let's take something on the lighter side. The University of Leicester, in Great Britain, does a regular report on; "Which is the happiest country in the world?" The University uses the answers to a long list of questions that came from the responses of 80,000 individuals, worldwide, in order to map out the "subjective attitude of well-being". In

Independent - Re-offending rates rise as the prison population expands - ... build a new Titan prison, we'll see thousands more people offending again," Dr Hedderman, professor of criminology at the University of Leicester, said. ...

19 July 2008

Lifestyle Extra - Call To Spare Thieves Jail To Ease Crowding - use of custody." Professor Carol Hedderman, of Leicester University who wrote the report, added: "The current public debate on the use of prison is sterile. "The moment you query why the prison population is going up you risk being branded as being soft on crime and putting prisoners¿ interests before that of the public. "We need to move the

PublishersWeekly.com - Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 7/21/2008 - 7/21/2008 - from 1096 to 1291, British historian Housley (University of Leicester) offers a topical survey of the crusader experience, drawn from letters, songs and other primary sources. He covers the recruitment of crusaders by "superstar" preachers; the horrific journeys by sea (with terrifying storms and wormy food) or land (with Turkish attacks and no

Universe Today - X-Ray Satellite Discovers Overlooked Supernova - star USNO-A2.0 0450-03360039. Andy Read of the University of Leicester and Richard Saxton of ESAâ¿¿s European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Spain quickly alerted other astronomers of the finding via the internet. Astronomers at the Magellan-Clay telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile used their 6.5 meter telescope to analyze the light

RedOrbit - XMM-Newton Discovers New Star Previously Missed - 0450-03360039. Acting quickly, Andy Read of the University of Leicester and Richard Saxton of ESAâ¿¿s European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Spain, arranged for an astronomical telegram to be circulated across the Internet, informing othher astronomers of the newly-discovered X-ray source. Astronomers using the 6.5-m Magellan-Clay telescope at

The Windsor Star - Sick bumblebees have memory loss

RWD Magazine - The Ting Tings Tour: Fastest Selling of the Season - UEA 29 Mon - Lincoln Engine Shed 30 Tue - >>>Leicester University<<< October 02 Thu - Manchester Academmy - SOLD OUT 03 Fri - Manchester Academy 04 Sat - Birmingham Carling Academy 05 Sun - Cardiff Uni Great Hall 07 Tue - Bristol Carling Academy 08 Wed- London Shepherds Bush Empire - SOLD OUT 09 Thu - London Forum - SOLD OUT 10 Fri - London Forum

18 July 2008

Loughborough News - Leading Leicester Academic's Lifetime contribution recognised - A University of Leicester Professor has received an international award for his contribution to Psychology and Law. Professor Ray Bull, from the Department ...

Malta Independent Online - EIE students graduate in Leicester - Students from the Malta branch of the European Institute of Education (EIE) have obtained their Master degrees from the University of Leicester’s School of ...

RedOrbit - Study Shows Sick Bees Suffer Memory Problems - 16 July 2008, 15:14 CDT A new study from the University of Leicester revealed that bumblebees lose a bit of their buzz when ill, and have a tougher time doing daily tasks like remembering which flowers have the most nectar until they recover from illness. Eamonn Mallon, an evolutionary biologist, said honeybees with activated immune systems also

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17 July 2008

PrintWeek - University print department claims UK first for FSC certification - The University of Leicester's in-house printing department AVS Print has become FSC certified - a first for a UK university, it said. ...

The Innovations Report - Bees go 'off-colour' when they are sickly - feeling under the weather, a new study from the University of Leicester reveals. The behaviour of the bumbling bees is reported in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters published today (Wednesday 16 July.) It reveals that, like humans who are ill, bees are often not at their most astute and clever when they feel poorly. Lecturer in Animal

Zee News - Bumblebees go off-color when ill

DigitalJournal.com - Study: 'Bees lose their buzz when sick' - only when they get healthy. Eamonn Mallon from University of Leicester is one of the researchers in the study analyzed the bumblebees and a odd human-like behavior. Mallon told Reuters that bees rely on their memory. When they get ill, it affects their memory significantly and they have a tough time doing their daily tasks like humans until they

Independent - Open House: Jeremy Laurance - in the BMJ by Professor David Field of the University of Leicester shows that while survival rates of babies born at 24 weeks have improved sharply in the last decade, those born at 23 or 22 weeks have shown no change. In other words, advances in medical care have improved the prospects for those over 24 weeks but have made no difference to the

Tiscali - Study finds sick bees lose their buzz - to evolutionary biologist Eamonn Mallon of the University of Leicester, who said his findings can boost efforts to save dwindling bee colonies. "This is an animal that lives on its memory," he said. "If even a minor infection hurts its memory that is a major cost." Like humans, bees can get sick and recover in days from infections after the

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Yahoo! News - Sick bees lose their buzz, study finds - to evolutionary biologist Eamonn Mallon of the University of Leicester, who said his findings can boost efforts to save dwindling bee colonies. "This is an animal that lives on its memory," he said. "If even a minor infection hurts its memory that is a major cost." Like humans, bees can get sick and recover in days from infections after the

News-Medical.Net - Heart death risk cut by early warning drugs tests

JAMA - Anandamide as a Marker of Human Disease--Reply, July 16, 2008, Habayeb et al. 300 (3): 282 - PhD; Justin C. Konje, MD jck4@le.ac.uk University of Leicester Leicester Royal Infirmary Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom RELATED ARTICLES Plasma Anandamide Concentration and Pregnancy Outcome in Women With Threatened Miscarriage Osama M. H. Habayeb, Anthony H. Taylor, Mark Finney, Mark D. Evans, and Justin C. Konje JAMA.

Clickmusic - The Ting Tings Add Extra Dates - 28 Norwich UEA 29 Lincoln Engine Shed 30 Leicester University OCTOBER 2 Manchester Academy 3 Manchester Academy 4 Birmingham Carling Academy 5 Cardiff University Great Hall 7 Bristol Carling Academy 8 London Shepherds Bush Empire 9 London Forum 10 London Forum For ticket availability, check here. The Ting Tings Official Site The Ting Tings

16 July 2008

LiveScience.com - Bee-ing Forgetful - Eamonn Mallon, a lecturer in Animal Biology at the University of Leicester who led this research group, sees two important applications for this discovery. ...

PRESS TV - Study: Ill bumblebees lose their buzz - According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Leicester, honeybees whose immune systems have been activated also have memory problems. ...

Reuters - Sick bees lose their buzz, study finds - Honeybees with activated immune systems also have memory problems, according to evolutionary biologist Eamonn Mallon of the University of Leicester, ...

ZDNet - European telcos squeal: should we care? - analysis conducted by a space scientist at the University of Leicester which concluded that in the UK, SMS messaging are: 4.4 times more expensive than the â¿¿most pessimisticâ¿¿ estimate for Hubble Space Telescope transmission costs. ..to full paying consumers. Vinnie added: I cannot wait to see his analysis comparing mobile roaming charges to

Environment Times - Scientists use dandruff shampoo ingredient to see ocean's oxygen change - It was during a year abroad, studying at the University of Illinois, he first became involved with this research. The research was presented to the public at the University of Leicester on Thursday 26th June. The Festival of Postgraduate Research introduces employers and the public to the next generation of innovators and cutting-edge researchers,

NME - The Ting Tings expand UK tour - (26) Norwich UEA (28) Lincoln Engine Shed (29) Leicester University (30) Manchester Academy (October 2, 3) Birmingham Carling Academy (4) Cardiff University Great Hall (5) Bristol Carling Academy (7) London Shepherds Bush Empire (8) London Forum (9, 10) To check the availability of The Ting Tings tickets and get all the latest listings, go to

PhysOrg.com - Heart death risk cut by early warning drugs tests

Medical News Today - Early Warning Drugs Tests Cut Heart Death Risk

EurekAlert - Bees go 'off-color' when they are sickly - Lecturer in Animal Biology at the University of Leicester Dr. Eamonn Mallon, who lead the research group, said: "Disease can influence different behaviours ...

Valley Morning Star - Opinion: Community Forum: Now is not the time for building toll roads | countries, democratic, socialistic : Valley Morning Star - No, nnot according to researchers at Britain's University of Leicester who found, when creating their Happiness Index, that Denmark's socialist folks are the happiest. We came in 23rd. (See Business Week for details and the rankings of the other socialistic countries.) Perhaps we ought to see what these countries are doing that we are not doing,

15 July 2008

Metro - Jazz: Greg Abate - Thu, Café Piazza, University Of Leicester, Mayors Walk, University Road, Leicester, 7.45pm, £10, £8 NUS. Tel: 0116 252 2207. www.le.ac.uk/racentre.

This is Leicestershire - BRYSON BASHES ECO-TOWNS - Stoughton and Great Glen. Mr Bryson was in Leicester to watch his son, David, graduate with a degree in medicine from the University of Leicester, and for he himself to be made an honorary doctor of letters. He said: "In my view, we should look into concentrating on where there are towns and preserving the countryside and anywhere that's green.

The Innovations Report - Heart death risk cut by early warning drugs tests - Nicotera, Director of the MRC Toxicology Unit, University of Leicester, delivering a plenary lecture titled ¿Understanding Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Injury and Death: a Way to Improve Drug Safety and Design¿. Prof Nicotera said: ¿My research is focused on the mechanisms that decide death or survival of brain cells. The Unit is working to clarify

This is Leicestershire - HONOUR GIVES DEGREE OF PRIDE - Nicholas Corah and former chairman of the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Philip Hammersley, all became doctors of law at the University of Leicester. After the ceremony, held at De Montfort Hall, on Friday, Ms Hussain said: "It is perhaps the highest point in my work in education in Leicester over the past 30 years. "I have been

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Common Dreams - Toward Walkability and Happiness - study on happiness by researchers at Leicester University in England ranked the United States as only the 23rd happiest place in the world. Denmark is the happiest, according to the research. It's probably no coincidence that more than 20 years ago, Denmark set a vision to become one of the best places to walk anywhere. It took a long time to get

IC North London - Professor slams jail plans ... - "Titan" jails was condemned as "highly misleading" by a former top Home Office official.Professor Carol Hedderman of the Leicester University launched a remarkable attack on a high-profile report published by Justice Secretary Jack Straw, which launched a...

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14 July 2008

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Chemistry World - Humans may sense light through skin - Charalambos Kyriacou, an expert in biological clocks at the University of Leicester in the UK, remains cautious about ascribing a light-sensing role to ...

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icLichfield - Professor slams jail plans - official. Professor Carol Hedderman of the Leicester University launched a remarkable attack on a high-profile report published by Justice Secretary Jack Straw, which launched a multi-billion pound prison-building programme. Prof Hedderman accused the author, government trouble-shooter Lord Carter of Coles, of producing a study which contained

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Leicester Mercury - INQUEST HEARS OF CARE HOME 'LOVE RIVAL' ROW - Pathologist Dr Louay Al-Alousi, from the University of Leicester, said Mrs Payne had developed the pneumonia from being immobilised at the hospital after ...

13 July 2008

Space Fellowship - NASA astronaut to lecture at University of Leicester - He has been seconded to the University of Leicester’s Physics and Astronomy department to be a guest lecturer. This is the first time a UK university has ...

This is Leicestershire - GRADUATE MUM BENAZ'S DEGREE MAKES SUCCESS A FAMILY DOUBLE - of students celebrate their graduation from the University of Leicester, one graduate has made it a double success. Benaz Batrawi, from Palestine, has just graduated from the University of Leicester with a Masters degree in mass communications - seven years after her husband, Walid, was awarded the same degree. Both Benaz and Walid took the degree

This is Leicestershire - SUCCESS BY DEGREES FOR AUTHOR BILL - world - and yesterday Bill Bryson made it to Leicester. The best-selling author became a proud father as he watched his son, David, graduate with a degree in medicine from the University of Leicester. Bill, 56, who was born in Des Moines, Iowa, but has spent much of his adult life in England, became an honorary doctor of letters. He said: "I'm

This is Leicestershire - DAILY GRIND OF COFFEE ENTREPRENEUR SHARED - inspirational." The event was hosted by the University of Leicester, which has recently opened a new service for business: The Leading Edge. Elain Crewe, of The Leading Edge, said: "The event provided a real opportunity for employers and education to appreciate the benefits of working together." Ads by Yahoo! Send Flowers from £12.50 Send

Walsall Observer - Man found in canal had been cut up into 11 pieces - place and officers are working with experts at Leicester University to determine the cause of Mr Daly's death. DCI Baker said officers had received five 999 calls from an anonymous man with knowledge of what happened to Daly and he appealed for the caller to come forward again. The calls were made from telephone kiosks across Wolverhampton.

12 July 2008

Coastweek.com - ANTHONY MIANO PROMOTED by the 'NAIROBI HOSPITAL' - of Education Degree in Physics from Kenyatta University and a Diploma in Computing from the National Computing Council in the UK. He is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Leicester. He has 17 years experience in corporate training, systems support, implementation and project management and ICT

This is Leicestershire - WRITER SUE IS DELIGHTED WITH UNIVERSITY HONOUR - 10:30 - 11 July 2008 Author Sue Townsend has been given one of a university's highest honours. The writer of the Adrian Mole bestsellers received a Distinguished Honorary Fellowship from the University of Leicester. Sue, 62, was born and brought up in Leicester and still lives in

ScienceDaily - Scientists Predict New Uses For Existing Drugs From Their Side Effects - has been developed by medical scientists at the University of Leicester and Ferrara in ... > read more Vioxx Side-effects: Possible Explanation (Aug. 29, 2007) - Vioxx and related pain medications were taken off the market in 2004 because they caused dangerous heart problems in some people. Scientists may now have figured out how these drugs

Rutland & Stamford Mercury - Library plan may be shelved - is using the site as a teaching facility for Leicester University students. He also stressed the proposal was in an early stage. The one-stop shop design, which includes a lift, could see the library on the ground floor along with private meeting rooms. Upstairs could house computers and a meeting area for the town council. Thurlby parish

Times of India - Forget IQ and EQ, now they want to test your HQ - The country also topped the World Map Of Happiness, prepared in 2006 by Adrian White from the UK's University of Leicester; and in Gallup's Well-Being Index ...

11 July 2008

Aberdeen Press & Journal - Bike ride to promote road safety in memory of death-crash victim - ...pharmacy degree. Three weeks before the accident, he learned he had passed his postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy from Leicester University. Mr Lewiss family set up a fund after his death and handed over money from his estate, with other donations made in his...

Archdiocese of Birmingham - Archbishop Nichols awarded an Honorary Degree by University of Leicester

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The Birmingham Post - Honorary degrees for Birmingham's Archbishop and chief legal officer - Archbishop Vincent Nichols was awarded an Honorary Degree (Doctor of Letters) by the University of Leicester, as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations. ...

24dash - Ancient remains found at new Leicestershire park-and-ride site - The excavations at the site in Enderby have been done by the University of Leicester Archaeological Services commissioned by Leicestershire County Council. ...

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Telegraph.co.uk - Bill Bryson receives an honorary degree - By Nicole Martin Bill Bryson, the American writer and satirist, has received an honorary degree from Leicester University. The award-winning author ...

Loughborough News - OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO SPACE SCIENCE - University of Leicester emeritus Professor Ken Pounds CBE FRS is to be awarded a prestigious COSPAR Science Award at the 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly ...

Peterborough Examiner - New chief says he'll miss frontline policing - Yesterday he graduated from the University of Leicester with his master of business administration degree. "But it was in England," Rodd said. ...

The Innovations Report - University of Leicester Achieves 1st, 2nd and 3rd in major East African biodiversity conservation event - This year was no exception - with the help of Leicester staff and students. Leicester is the FIRST university to have its logo on one of the competitor's cars - Dr Sean Avery, who has been entering the race for 14 years is a hydrologist and honorary Fellow of the University of Leicester Geography Department, conducting research with Dr David

This is Leicestershire - ASTRONAUT TAKES JOB AS VARSITY LECTURER - lecture a new generation of physicists at the University of Leicester. It is the first time a British university has attracted an astronaut in a teaching role. Professor Martin Barstow, head of the university's physics department, said it was a "terrific coup". He said: "Jeff is undoubtedly one of Nasa's most experienced astronauts and he will

BBC Online - Iron Age bodies at park-and-ride - 43AD - were discovered. The team from the University of Leicester said there were probably more bodies buried at the site. A further four-week excavation in now under way. 'Elusive burials' Peter Liddle, keeper of archaeology at Leicestershire County Council, said the find was exciting. "This is a very nice addition to what we know about

This is Leicestershire - SIR PATRICK JOINS STARS OF GRADUATION - a Distinguished Honorary Fellowship by the University of Leicester. He said: "I missed university and a lot of my official degree because of the war. "If I have made any contribution, it is in popularising astronomy. I feel deeply honoured. This is a great moment for me. "Over the years, I have, of course, had a great deal to do with Leicester

This is Scunthorpe - TUTOR LANDS SPACE ACADEMY JOB - is being set up at the National Space Centre in Leicester, with partners at the University of Leicester, University of Nottingham, Regional Science Learning Centre for the East Midlands and STEMNET (the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network). An academy spokeswoman said: "Chris will be working with leading UK scientists in the

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10 July 2008

Independent Catholic News - Archbishop Nichols receives Honorary Degree from University of ... - Archbishop Vincent Nichols has been awarded an Honorary Degree (Doctor of Letters) by the University of Leicester, as part of its 50th anniversary ...

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Times Colonist - Ottawa demands explanation on text message charges - said Chase. Chase pointed to a recent study by University of Leicester space scientist Nigel Bannister as a useful reference to show the proposed 15 cent fee is "absolutely ridiculous." Bannister compared the cost of sending a text message with the cost of obtaining a megabyte of data from the Hubble Space Telescope. He calculated that if

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This is Leicestershire - CRICKET: DRAMA AS TWO GAMES ARE TIED IN THE DARK AND RAIN - League as two games ended in a tie. University Staff Leicester and YMA finished level in a high-scoring Premier Division clash. And there was nothing to separate Leo and Makers Edge in their Division One clash. Leicestershire League divisional secretary Dave Goodacre, who umpired the game between Uni Staff and YMA, said: "Ties in cricket matches

This is Leicestershire - BODIES FROM THE IRON AGE ARE UNEARTHED - excavation of the site. James Harvey, from the University of Leicester's archaeological services, said: "We didn't know the bodies were going to be there - it was a surprise. "They could have been buried as boundary markers, showing people that this is a settled area and these are their ancestors, but we don't totally understand the burial

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EUROPA - Systolic blood pressure key for older patients, EU researchers say - The experts, Bryan Williams of the University of Leicester and Leicester Royal Infirmary, UK, Lars H. Lindholm of the Umeå University Hospital, Sweden, ...

09 July 2008

Birmingham Mail - Canal body in 11 pieces - ...had spent three days searching for him. A post-mortem examination has taken place and officers are working with experts at Leicester University to determine the cause of Mr Dalyâ?Ts death. Det Chief Insp Baker said officers had received five 999 calls from an anonymous...

Security Oracle - The Safer Doors Conference 2008 - ...door supervisor¡¦s prospective (TBC) 1115hrs Coffee 1140hrs Research into violence against door supervisors (Andy Perkins, Leicester University) 1155hrs Research into the effects of licensing (Claire Vanneck, Leicester University) 1210hrs Drugs dogs in the night-time...

Telegraph.co.uk - Woman has 'designer' baby after sex selection treatment - Mrs Gledhill, a payroll assistant at Leicester University, said: "I can't believe how far we've come. After our sons died I struggled to find the will to ...

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BBC Online - Police appeal over canal remains - said police were working very closely with the University of Leicester, which was helping in trying to establish the cause of death. He added: "We've drained part of the canal and several locks up and down on a number of occasions. "But as of yet we've been unable to discover where the head is located." He added that Mr Daly dealt cannabis to

RedOrbit - UK Mars Rover Funding Faces Major Cutbacks - the consultation process". Dr Mark Sims, from Leicester University, who is developing the Life Marker Chip (LMC) instrument for ExoMars, said that wasnâ¿¿t entirely true, because he put on put at least one strong argument in. Â "I didn't think it was supposed to be a 'who shouts loudest gets the money' process... but in hindsight, maybe we should

Guardian Unlimited - Guru of the playgroup - report, by Sir Peter Williams, chancellor of Leicester University, found children should learn about numbers through games, shapes and activities such as puzzles and cooking. Sylva agrees. Her research shows the same. "The anxiety to get children to a certain standard means they are often sat on the mat and told, as a class rather than one to one,

08 July 2008

UKFundraising - Lady Gretton receives honorary degree from University of Leicester

Telegraph.co.uk - Nuclear industry undermined by savage science cuts - ExoMars is crucial first step for the Mars Sample Return (MSR) mission and Dr Mark Sims of Leicester University, who is working on ExoMars, said: "Critical ...

BBC NEWS - UK Mars rover hopes face set-back - strong argument in," said Dr Mark Sims, from Leicester University, who is developing the Life Marker Chip (LMC) instrument for ExoMars. "I didn't think it was supposed to be a 'who shouts loudest gets the money' process... but in hindsight, maybe we should have put more responses into the Programmatic Review." Professor Schwartz believes the

Mid-Hudson News - SLCH appoints communications manager - Science and English Literature from Osmania University in India, as well as an M.A. in Mass Communications from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. Rabies awareness - bat safety POUGHKEEPSIE (July 2) - The Dutchess County Department of Health urges residents to avoid the risk of rabies and rabies treatment by capturing and

Independent - The shameful Islamophobia at the heart of Britain's press - was no truth in the article's suggestion that Leicester University had banned pork on campus. In actual fact, the university Student Union had made just one out of the numerous cafes on campus halal, in a decision which had as much to do with economic factors as cultural sensitivity as Leicesterhas a large number of Muslim students. The other 26

The Post - Kashmir and contemporary conflicts - Bonney, Professor of Modern History at the University of Leicester, author of Jihad: from Quran to Bin Laden, False Prophets: the â¿¿Clash of Civilizationsâ¿¿, and the Global War on Terror in his presentation â¿¿Towards Just Peace in Kashmirâ¿¿, delved in detail on the concept of just peace and its history. There seemed a lot of rationale in the

Gadling - Denmark first in yet another survey of the world's happiest countries - ... about Denmark being ranked the world's happiest country by the University of Leicester in England, which published its so-called Map of World Happiness. ...

07 July 2008

Austin Herald - Are Americans becoming more pessimistic? - According to a University of Leicester study about world happiness, wealth and health were high indicators of well-being: Luxembourg and Switzerland scored ...

EducationGuardian.co.uk - Bosses question value of degrees as they search for talented recruits

Malaysia Sun - Inventor of DNA fingerprinting sees funny side of it - Jeffreys of the Department of Genetics at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom says he himself has handled some of the highly publicised cases which were nothing sort of entertainment for millions of people across the globe. He developed the first-ever DNA fingerprint Sep 10, 1984, at his laboratory, enabling criminal trials and

06 July 2008

Tiscali - Bosses question value of degrees as they search for talented recruits - Robert Burgess, the vice-chancellor of Leicester University. 'The HEAR will allow you not only to look at academic skills, but what tthey gained through volunteering, part-time employment - all things that are important,' said Burgess. 'By 2010 and 2011, we want to implement HEAR across the higher education sector.' All of this comes as John

Professional Security - The Safer Doors conference runs in Bridlington on October 15. - to speak: Andy Perkins and Claire Vanneck, of Leicester University, on research into violence against door staff, and the effect of licensing respectively. The final speaker before lunch, on use of drug search dogs in the night-time economy, is Alan Savill of Mannix Security. After lunch, Geoff Woodcock, ACS assessor and consultant, will cover how

This is Leicestershire - RECORD INVESTMENT LEVELS THANKS TO COUNTY COMPANY - PepsiCo and Ultrafabrics. It is supported by Leicester Shire Economic Partnership, East Midlands Development Agency, Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and private sector partners. Kishor Tailor, chief executive of Leicester Shire Economic Partnership, said: "We have funded Invest Leicestershire for over four years and it has

05 July 2008

Melton Today - Sheriff takes to the saddle for Hope - The money has supported 16 research fellowships at the University of Leicester and within the Leicester hospitals. Projects Hope has funded include ...

HIV and Hepatitis.com - Five Years after Seroconversion, HIV Positive Individuals on HAART Are No More Likely to Die than the General Population - Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany; Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway; INSERM U822, Hôpital Bicêtre, Paris, France; University College London, London, UK; University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. 7/04/08 Reference K Bhaskaran, O Hamouda, M Sannes, and others (for the CASCADE Collaboration). Changes in the risk of death after HIV

This is Leicestershire - DELIGHT FOR SARAH AS PORTRAITS WINS AWARD - 18, of Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College, University Road, Leicester, was the winner of Roots 2008, organised by Sir Jonathan North Community College, in Knighton, supported by Leicester University and judged by Leicester Decorative and Fine Art Society. Her portrait was one of many pieces Sarah created as part of her International

Health and Age - It is worthwhile screening for type 2 diabetes - health services. Therefore, researchers at the University of Leicester, UK, used a computer analysis to determine whether it would be worthwhile going down the screening route for type 2 diabetes. What was done The researchers applied a computer model to a hypothetical population aged 45 or more who had an above average risk of diabetes. They

Daily Mail - Is post-war Britain anti-Muslim? - the elbow. This was supposedly happening at Leicester University, so I and a team of researchers from the Channel 4 Dispatches programme went there to investigate. Not a single member of staff we spoke to had come across any problems with hand-washing. The students were shocked by the stories. One said: 'I always roll up my sleeves, and

News Blaze - Funny Times - a Look at Renaissance Humour - Tudor Humour. Speakers are: Michael Davies (University of Liverpool;), Dave Postles, Kate Loveman and Sarah Knight (University of Leicester), Matthew Steggle (Sheffield Hallam), Andrew Hiscock (Bangor), Helen Pierce (York), Peter Smith (Nottingham Trent), Greg Walker (Edinburgh) and Sophie Murray (Merton College, Oxford). Sarah Knight,

04 July 2008

Lloyds List - Møller names his successor - ...at Informa energy events and contributed to many oil-related articles in Lloyds List. He graduated with a geology degree from Leicester University in 1967 and worked for a number of large oil companies in Libya, Iran and Norway. In this time, he helped the Norwegians...

New Zealand Herald - Editorial: Happiness is freedom to choose - The first, by Leicester University researchers, proclaimed the Scandinavian nation the happiest in the world, and now that finding has been echoed by the ...

Pakistan Daily - University of Leicester UK Dr Ruth Young Expert believes Pakistan ... - The visiting eminent archaeologist from University of Leicester UK, Dr Ruth Young said that Pakistan is rich in archaeology and it is great treasure among ...

British Mountaineering Council - Diploma in Mountain Medicine - The University of Leicester, in conjunction with Medical Expeditions, runs a Diploma in Mountain Medicine. • The IKAR/UIAA Diploma is an internationally ...

British Mountaineering Council - Mountain medicine conference in December - The next Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology Conference, organised by the University of Leicester in association with Medical Expeditions will be ...

Leicester Mercury - £10M GREEN POWER PLAN IN PIPELINE - estates would be included. De Montfort Hall, Leicester University and Leicester prison would also be connected to the scheme. A second, even more ambitious phase, could follow, costing about 25 million. It would supply heat to the city council's main buildings, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Abbey Meadows, the waterside, the city's new office quarter

Metro - Other events in the East Midlands - Sat, Richard Attenborough Centre, University Of Leicester, Lancaster Road, Leicester, 8pm, £5. Tel: 0116 252 2455. www.le.ac.uk/racentre Poetry In Colour ...

SourceUK.net - Big Bang at the Royal Society - capabilities possible. The display is from the University of Leeds; Durham University; University of Cambridge; University of Exeter; University of Glasgow; City University London; Imperial College London; University of Warwick; ISIS, Science and Technology Facilities Council Further information The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

guardian.co.uk - 2b or not 2b? - The forensic possibilities have been further explored by a team at the University of Leicester. The fact that texting is a relatively unstandardised mode of ...

03 July 2008

Loughborough News - Funny Times - a Look at Renaissance Humour - Conference at the University of Leicester on 18 July brings together scholars who are highly eminent in the field of Renaissance literary study, ...

Peterborough Today - Key Youth Theatre's Summer School: Love at the Key - She developed them so well that when she was studying for a degree in psychology at Leicester University The Key gave her a call and asked her if she wanted ...

JAMA - Changes in the Risk of Death After HIV Seroconversion Compared With Mortality in the General Population, July 2, 2008, Bhaskaran et al. 300 (1): 51 - Berlin, Germany (Dr Hamouda); Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway (Ms Sannes); INSERM U822, Hôpital Bicêtre, Paris, France (Dr Boufassa); University College London, London, United Kingdom (Dr Johnson); and University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom (Dr Lambert). REFERENCES Jump to Section * Top * Introduction * Methods *

PharmaLive.com - Aesica Appoints Keith Payne AS Sales & Marketing Director - Keith graduated with a degree in Chemistry from Leicester University. Keith will report directly to Dr Robert Hardy, Aesica's CEO. In his new role, Keith will be responsible for leading the strong commercial team and for further growing the Company's business across custom synthesis, API manufacturing and formulated products. He will also work

British Satellite News - THE BEST OF BRITISH SCIENCE ON SHOW - : Dr. John Bridges, Space Research Centre, University of Leicester â¿¿The key thing.. 10. C/u robot camera on ExoMars, showing logo of University of Aberystwyth 11. C/u lens 12. C/u 3D images of how ExoMars will map the planetâ¿¿s landscape 13. Pan across exhibition stand 14. Pull out from logo for Leeds Metropolitan University, Pain Research

New Scientist - Feedback - from Darren Wright, an astronomer at the University of Leicester, UK, to Nick Pope, former head of the UK Ministry of Defence's UFO project. "We shouldn't be too surprised if the first aliens start arriving on planet Earth immediately demanding a bag of Doritos," says Charles. Feedback doubts that. This is exactly the sort of thing that can get

02 July 2008

ScienceDaily - Despite Frustrations, Americans Are Pretty Darned Happy - White, analytic social psychologist at the University of Leicester produces first-ever global projection of international differences in subjective well-being -- the 'world map of ... > read more Genes Hold The Key To How Happy We Are, Scientists Say (Mar. 6, 2008) - Happiness in life is as much down to having the right genetic mix as it is to

This is Leicestershire - LECTURER TO RECEIVE A FELLOWSHIP - will become the fifth member of staff at the University of Leicester to win the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme award in as many years. The fellowship, which rewards excellence in teaching and learning, was awarded to Prof Cashmore and 50 other academics. They will each receive 10,000, to be used for personal and professional development in

Yahoo! Music UK & Ireland - Ting Tings tour - 28 Norwich UEA 29 Lincoln Engine Shed 30 Leicester University October 02 Manchester Academy 04 Birmingham Carling Academy 05 Cardiff University Great Hall 07 Bristol Carling Academy 08 London Shepherds Bush Empire 09 London Forum Watch The Ting Tings' music videos here... Search for the latest concerts tickets on Ticketmaster See the Top

NME - The Tings Tings announce biggest UK tour yet - (26) Norwich UEA (28) Lincoln Engine Shed (29) Leicester University (30) Manchester Academy (October 2) Birmingham Carling Academy (4) Cardiff University Great Hall (5) Bristol Carling Academy (7) London Shepherds Bush Empire (8) London Forum (9) Tickets go on sale on Friday (July 4). To check the availability of The Ting Tings tickets and get all

Clickmusic - The Ting Tings Reveal Tour Dates - 28 Norwich UEA 29 Lincoln Engine Shed 30 Leicester University OCTOBER 2 Manchester Academy 4 Birmingham Carling Academy 5 Cardiff University Great Hall 7 Bristol Carling Academy 8 London Shepherds Bush Empire 9 London Forum Tickets go on sale on Friday 4th July. The Ting Tings Official Site The Ting Tings Myspace Submit to: | | | | | | | |

01 July 2008

Medicexchange - University of Leicester Academic appointed chairman of UK ... - Dr. George Don Jones of the Department of Cancer Studies & Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, has been appointed Chairman of the UK-based ...

Loughborough News - Biology and mathematics at Leicester counted among the top in Europe - The University of Leicester has been cited among the top in Europe for Maths and Biology in a new ranking of institutions by the CHE – Centre for Higher ...

Interactions.org - Big Bang at the Royal Society - Dr John Bridges, of the Space Research Centre, University of Leicester, is organising the exhibit which also includes the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, ...

Metro - Art and about . . . a sense of space - by WAYNE BURROWS - Tuesday, July 1, 2008 What: The seventh annual exhibition at the University Of Leicester's Botanic Garden, featuring a range of ...

British Journal of Psychiatry - Patterns of suicide by occupation in England and Wales: 2001–2005 - Correspondence: Professor Howard Meltzer, Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 6TP, UK. Email: hm74{at}leicester.ac.uk ...

Africa Today - The Tragedy of 'Quiet Diplomacy' - of Politics & International Relations, University of Leicester, UK July 2008

InternetRetailer.com - Avery Dennison RFID Division Enhances Staff - degree in Occupational Psychology from the University of Leicester and a BA in Psychology from the University of Luton. About Avery Dennison RFID Avery Dennison RFID manufactures and markets RFID inlays and durable tags through label converters and systems integrators. With design, testing and manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Europe,

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