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University of Leicester in the Media - January 2009

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

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


Broadcast News

  • Undergraduates from the University of Leicester were interviewed on BBC Radio 4's 'Material World' programme, about a student project in the Department of Physics and Astronomy to build a satelliteto study space dust. The programme is available online here until 15 January.
  • Dr Hitesh Pandya was interviewed on the BBC's East Midlands Today programme, where he discussed results of research into medicines for premature babies. Click here to view the interview on the BBC website.
  • Dr John Bond was interviewed on BBC TV news, BBC Wales Radio and BBC World Service about his role in helping to solve a US 'cold case'. Click here to view the interview on BBC News.

31 January 2009

Sunday Times.lk - UK education specialist BMS approved partner for University of ... - In addition to the University of Surrey, BMS also work with other institutions such as Aston, Bristol, Coventry, Leicester, Northumbria and Oxford Brookes. ...

Discovery News - Earliest Chemical Warfare Felled Roman Fort - more gruesome, according to Simon James of the University of Leicester in England. Mixing archival records and extensive fieldwork at the site, James was able to reconstruct the coldest of cold-case crime scenes, and came to the conclusion that the Roman soldiers had been deliberately stacked atop one another at the mouth of the countermine by

MSNBC.com - Earliest chemical warfare felled Roman fort - more gruesome, according to Simon James of the University of Leicester in England. Mixing archival records and extensive fieldwork at the site, James was able to reconstruct the coldest of cold-case crime scenes, and came to the conclusion that the Roman soldiers had been deliberately stacked atop one another at the mouth of the countermine by

Scotsman.com - So what drives a father to kill his children? - a senior lecturer in forensic psychology at Leicester University, divides the killing of children by their fathers into broadly two categories. On the one hand, there are those fathers who do terrible things as a result of a lack of rational thought, linked perhaps to extreme mental illness. On the other, there are "callous acts" where fathers will

ScienceDaily - When A Baby Dies: Distress Of Medical Staff Highlighted In New Study

WAFF - Alabama A&M president search narrowed to three - CANDIDATE SUMMARY President Alabama A&M University Candidate: Lawrence F. Davenport, Ed.D. Education Ed.D., Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, New Jersey Higher Education Management Doctoral Project: Career Education and Minorities M.A., Leicester University, England Training and Performance Management M.A., Michigan

30 January 2009

GlobalCustodian.com - New Research From University Of Leicester Aims To Develop ... - A new think-tank focusing on the Regulation of Finance Markets and Institutions has been established at the University of Leicester. ...

News-Medical.Net - New study looks at childhood leukaemia, caffeine intake and pregnancy - News A study led by Dr Marcus Cooke at the University of Leicester and funded by World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) UK is looking at whether consuming caffeine during pregnancy might affect the unborn baby's risk of developing leukaemia in childhood. Dr Cooke sees the study as a unique opportunity to determine the sources of chromosomal

News-Medical.Net - A child's perspective on divorce

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Modern Drug Discovery - News in brief: Brain booster surprise - But Paul Richards and his colleagues at the University of Leicester (Leicester, U.K.) believe that the observed effects of AChE inhibitors might in part be due to the inhibition of a second target. Because some organophosphorus compounds do not improve cognition in laboratory animals, and the lowest effective doses do not correspond to the minimum

EurekAlert - New study highlights the distress of medical staff - by their patients. New research from the University of Leicester shows that staff working in obstetrics and gynaecology, caring for families experiencing loss, can also experience significant and clinical levels of distress. Senior staff and those with significant experience can be affected as much as their junior colleagues. Dr Sonya Wallbank,

Medical News Today - Medical Staff Also Distressed By Losses Their Patients Experience

29 January 2009

Science Magazine - SMOKED ROMANS - CREDIT: UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER Mystery has always surrounded how the Romans died in a space too small to wield a sword and why they were all clumped ...

Modern Medicine - Arterial Stiffness Predicts Hypertension Drug Response - ... resistant hypertension," Bryan Williams, MD, from the University of Leicester School of Medicine in the United Kingdom, writes in an accompanying editorial.

Birmingham Post - Archaeologists unearth flint blades dating back 9000 years - The excavation took place in between Park Street Gardens, Bartholomew Street and New Canal Street and was carried out by the University of Leicester ...

Security Park - Bath and Bristol Universities have safest university campuses in ... - ... in partnership with Perpetuity, one of the country’s leading crime and security consultancies and a spin-out from the University of Leicester. ...

Daily Mail - Degree system must change as some universities are easier than others, say dons - Professor Bob Burgess, the vice-chancellor of Leicester University who led the inquiry, said at the time that 60 per cent to 69 per cent was needed to achieve a 2.1 but employers currently had no way of differentiating between students at the top and bottom end of the range. Meanwhile the proportion of students gaining a first or 2.1 has risen to

PhysOrg.com - New study highlights the distress of medical staff - by their patients. New research from the University of Leicester shows that staff working in obstetrics and gynaecology, caring for families experiencing loss, can also experience significant and clinical levels of distress. Senior staff and those with significant experience can be affected as much as their junior colleagues. Dr Sonya Wallbank,

Nature Magazine - Show us the money - pro-vice chancellor for research at the University of Leicester. "I think we're all just hanging on to see what money we get." Spokespeople from the University of Newcastle and the University of Glamorgan in Pontypridd, Wales, likewise baulked at speculating on the implications of the rankings. Green developments overlooked Could valuable work be

The Innovations Report - GPS data & Mobile Phone texts to give children¿s voice to urban expansion - (ESRC) brings together researchers from the University of Warwick, the University of Leicester and the University of Northampton. The project¿s lead researcher, Professor Pia Christensen from the University of Warwick¿s Institute Of Education said: ¿We will not simply rely on conventional interviews with the children to gauge young people¿s

BruDirect - Local Workforce Must Meet Needs Of Nation's Development Plan - Career Dialogue include Medicine/ Dentistry (University of Glasgow), Pharmacy (University of Bath), Actuarial Studies (University of Kent), Agriculture Studies (University of Reading), Built Environment (Northumbria University), Art and Design (Nottingham Trent University) and Islamic Studies (SOAS, University of London). The career talks will be

The India Tribune - New study aims to cut childhood leukaemia risk - A new study is being conducted at the University of Leicester to find out if consuming caffeine during pregnancy affects the unborn baby¿s risk of developing leukaemia in childhood. According to lead author, Dr Marcus Cooke, the study is a unique opportunity to determine the sources of chromosomal alterations during pregnancy, with the ultimate

Yorkshire Evening Post - Steroids and child wheeze

Sepia Mutiny - The Lord Mayor of Leicester - dated 1867, bearing the crest of the city of Leicester. Manjula Sood is the first Asian woman Lord Mayor in Britain, the rotating civic post on the Leicester City Council. The office is ceremonial, but as Leicester's first citizen and chair of the council, the Lord Mayor is the public face of Britain's most diverse city. By 2011 Leicester is

28 January 2009

EurekAlert - Virginia Tech engineers study space weather conditions that affect ... - Scientists and engineers from Virginia Tech, JHU/APL, and the University of Leicester of the United Kingdom cooperated in the build of the Blackstone ...

The Guardian - Sheila Allen - She took a teaching post at Birmingham University and, at Leicester University, founded a group to counter racism in the community. That project, in various forms, became a lifelong commitment. Then, in 1966, came Bradford. Four years later she became director of the Youth and Work: Differential Ethnic Experience project. In the mid-70s she was

The Guardian - Christopher Hibbert - of Literature, he was awarded a DPhil by Leicester University in 2000. He enjoyed gardening, bringing home mud-caked vegetables for his wife from his "allotment" - a big corner of a friend's garden - the Simpsons and Coronation Street. The house was crammed with cats when his family was growing up. He was not a connoisseur of film, but liked the

Canadian Security Magazine - Beyond the job description - of acceptability of the risk quantified (University of Leicester, 2006:2-17). Last update: 26-01-2009 09:45 Published in : Risk Management, Feature [Quote this article in website] [Print] [Send to friend] Users' Comments (0) Add your comment No comment posted Add your comment mXcomment 1.0.9 (C) 2007-2009 -

New Kerala - New study aims to cut childhood leukaemia risk - A new study is being conducted at the University of Leicester to find out if consuming caffeine during pregnancy affects the unborn baby's risk of developing leukaemia in childhood. According to lead author Dr Marcus Cooke, the study is a unique opportunity to determine the sources of chromosomal alterations during pregnancy, with the

MedIndia - Would Caffeine During Pregnancy Affect Your Baby's Health?

Daily Trust - Malam Yahaya Gusau: Tribute to a Titan - tenable at the Institute of Education, University of Leicester. But his request was turned down. He accordingly declined the scholarship. When pressed to give reasons for his decision he said that: When he went to UK in 1945 he left his wife and two children whom he was busy training and mentoring "their development in a modern way". He

Femininezone - DEALING WITH DIVORCE: THE CHILDRENS PERSPECTIVE - and is Professor of Sociology at the University of Leicester. For more information, please contact Professor Hutchby, Department of Sociology, University of Leicester, on 0116 223 1259

Medical News Today - Mental Health Among Adults In England - for Social Research) in collaboration with the University of Leicester. 7.2% of people had two or more disorders. The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey (APMS) series is the only source of data on the national prevalence of both treated and untreated psychiatric disorder in the English general population. England's mental health: rates and trends

TheTimes and Democrat - Steroids do not help wheezing kids- is unknown. In the British study, led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given prednisolone or placebo treatment. There was no significant difference in the time spent in the hospital: 11 hours for the drug group compared with 14 hours for the placebo group. In the

This is London - More suffer from depression and anxiety - not changed significantly. Experts at the University of Leicester analysed the results of the survey of 7,461 people in England aged 16 and above.

NewsInferno.com - Caffeine in Pregnancy May Be Linked to Cancer - type of childhood cancer, said Science Daily. Leicester University plans on initiating a detailed review of the caffeine consumption of hundreds of pregnant women, comparing blood samples taken from their babies following birth said Mail Online. Researcher and study lead, Dr. Marcus Cooke, was quoted as saying that there was a good

Cancer Research UK - Scientists to study possible link between pregnancy caffeine

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27 January 2009

Times of the Internet - Study looks for possible leukemia link - Study looks for possible leukemia link LEICESTER, England, Jan. 26 (UPI) University of Leicester researchers are trying to determine whether consuming caffeine during pregnancy affects the risk of childhood leukemia. Dr. Marcus Cooke said that while childhood leukemia could be initiated by DNA alterations in the unborn child, it is thought

BBC NEWS - Single cell 'can store memories' - impulses. Professor Ian Forsythe, from the University of Leicester, said that the information shed on the brain's ability to retain short-term information was important in understanding the laying down of longer-term memories - and perhaps to understand how to help people for whom that was a problem. He said: "Probably the most interesting

Yahoo! UK & Ireland - Coffee-child leukaemia link probed - Yahoo! News UK - no one knows why. Dr Marcus Cooke, from the University of Leicester, who is leading the research, said: "It's been known for years that caffeine is a radiosensitiser that enhances the effects of DNA damaging agents. It does this in two ways, by interfering with the process of DNA repair and by pushing cells through the cell replication cycle so

ScienceDaily - Could Caffeine In Pregnancy Affect Risk Leukemia Risk In Offspring? - 2009) - A study led by Dr Marcus Cooke at the University of Leicester and funded by World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) UK is looking at whether consuming caffeine during pregnancy might affect the unborn baby's risk of developing leukaemia in childhood. See also: Health & Medicine Leukemia Pregnancy and Childbirth Colon Cancer Breast Cancer

United Press International - Study looks for possible leukemia link - UPI.com - 2009 at 1:01 AM Order reprints | Feedback LEICESTER, England, Jan. 26 (UPI) -University of Leicester researchers are trying to determine whether consuming caffeine during pregnancy affects the risk of childhood leukemia. Dr. Marcus Cooke said that while childhood leukemia could be initiated by DNA alterations in the unborn child, it is

OfficialWire - Study Looks For Possible Leukemia Link

Scotsman.com - Study into coffee 'link' to childhood leukaemia - - but no-one knows why. Dr Marcus Cooke, from the University of Leicester, who is leading the research, said: "It's been known for years that caffeine enhances the effects of DNA-damaging agents. "We're putting two and two together and saying: 'caffeine can induce these changes, and it has been shown these changes are elevated in leukaemia patients.

EurekAlert - New study aims to reduce risk of childhood leukemia- E-mail Article ] Contact: Dr. Marcus Cooke msc5@leicester.ac.uk 44-011-625-25825 University of Leicester New study aims to reduce risk of childhood leukemia University of Leicester study into consuming caffeine during pregnancy and effect on unborn baby A study led by Dr Marcus Cooke at the University of Leicester and funded by World Cancer

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Toronto Star - Searching the frontiers of science - in the Third Century A.D. Simon James of the University of Leicester bases his claim on the remains of a score of Roman soldiers crammed into a short corridor at the base of the city wall. James used forensics and other modern techniques to re-examine artifacts and records excavated at the site 80 years ago by French and American archaeologists.

Iranian.com - Sasanian Chemical Warfare? - Khodadad Rezakhani (Dept. of History, University of California, Los Angeles) co-authored this commentary with Reza Yeganehshakib (Dept. of History, University of California, Irvine) A recent piece of news regarding the history of Iran ["University of Leicester archaeologist uncovers evidence of ancient chemical warfare"] surprised those of us

Belfast Telegraph - Coffee link to child cancer - University of Leicester, who is leading the research, said: "It's been known for years that caffeine is a radiosensitiser that enhances the effects of DNA damaging agents. It does this in two ways, by interfering with the process of DNA repair and by pushing cells through the cell replication cycle so

InTheNews.co.uk - Study looks at link between caffeine and childhood leukaemia - leukaemia. The research being undertaken at the University of Leicester, and funded by the World Cancer Research Fund UK, is aiming to reduce the threat of childhood leukaemia by tackling potential risks to unborn children. "We want to find out whether consuming caffeine could lead to the sort of DNA changes in the baby that are linked to risk of

Web India - New study aims to cut childhood leukaemia risk

New Kerala - Scientists probe link between caffeine consumption and childhood cancer - leukaemia in childhood. Marcus Cooke of University of Leicester, who leads the study, sees it as an opportunity to determine the sources of chromosomal alterations during pregnancy, with the ultimate aim of reducing the risk of childhood leukaemias. Their research will involve working with a group of 1,340 pregnant women. After birth, a blood

Times of India - Scientists probe link between caffeine consumption and childhood leukaemia

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NetDoctor.co.uk - Steroids and child wheeze - Jayachandran Panickar and colleagues from the University of Leicester, the University of Nottingham and from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. The work was supported by a grant from Asthma UK, and published in the peer-reviewed New England Journal of Medicine. What kind of scientific study was this? This was a

Newsinferno.comCaffeine in Pregnancy May Be Linked to Cancer - Leicester University plans on initiating a detailed review of the caffeine consumption of hundreds of pregnant women, comparing blood samples taken from ...

Border Counties Advertizer - Steroids and child wheeze - This research was conducted by Dr Jayachandran Panickar and colleagues from the University of Leicester, the University of Nottingham and from Barts and the ...

Craegmoor News - Women's mental health 'getting worse' - The Adult Psychiatry Morbidity Survey, which was carried out for the NIC by the National Centre for Social Research and the University of Leicester, ...

Telegraph.co.uk - Middle aged women suffering most from mental health problems - ... entitled the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2007, was carried out by the National Centre for Social Research and the University of Leicester and ...

Nursing in Practice - Women’s mental health worsening - ... 2007 was carried out for The NHS IC by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) in collaboration with the University of Leicester and provides ...

Venues.org.uk - Leicester Conferences to showcase Special Olympics event at International Confex 2009 - Leicester Conferences at the University of Leicester will be hosting the majority of the athletes within their city centre accommodation and nearby ...

26 January 2009

Quiztime UK (Blogs): Quizerama QI Scrapbook - suggested Simon James, an archaeologist at the University of Leicester. The Roman assault party was unconscious in seconds, dead in minutes Dr Simon James, University of Leicester He added that underground bellows or chimneys probably helped generate and distribute the deadly fumes. The Romans apparently responded with counter-mines in an

Daily Telegraph - Scientists investigate possible link between coffee and childhood - Dr Marcus Cooke, from the University of Leicester, who is leading the research, said: "It's been known for years that caffeine is a radiosensitiser that ...

News bbc - Single cell 'can store memories' - Professor Ian Forsythe, from the University of Leicester, said that the information shed on the brain's ability to retain short-term information was ...

sciencedaily - Could Caffeine In Pregnancy Affect Risk Leukemia Risk In Offspring? - A study led by Dr Marcus Cooke at the University of Leicester and funded by World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) UK is looking at whether consuming ...

In The News - Study looks at link between caffeine and childhood leukaemia - The research being undertaken at the University of Leicester, and funded by the World Cancer Research Fund UK, is aiming to reduce the threat of childhood ...

25 January 2009

Asheville Citizen-TimesStudy - Steroids don't help wheezing children - - In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given prednisolone or placebo treatment. There was no significant differrence in the time spent in the hospital: 11 hours for the drug group compared with 14 hours for the placebo group.

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THE SUN - Coffee's 'peril to unborn tots' test - Research chief Dr Marcus Cooke, of Leicester University, said: “It’s vital for mums that we either confirm caffeine as a trigger or rule it out.”

24 January 2009

Los Angeles Times - Studies - Steroid drugs do not help and may harm young kids prone to wheezing and colds - is unknown. In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given prednisolone or placebo treatment. There was no significant difference in the time spent in the hospital: 11 hours for the drug group compared with 14 hours for the placebo group.

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MedIndia - Social Bacteria Spread By Reversing The Direction Periodically - study. Microbiologist Dale Kaiser of Stanford University in California and Mark Alber at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana say that groups of myxobacteria change direction at regular intervals in search of food, heading back in the direction of the bacterial colony from which they came before returning to their original course.

TheRecord.com - Steroids don't help wheezing children - is unknown. In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to five years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given prednisolone or placebo treatment. There was no significant difference in the time spent in the hospital: 11 hours for the drug group compared with 14 hours for the placebo group.

PharmaLive - World-first Study in Leicester to be Showcased at Public Lecture - DRUGS IN DEVELOPMENT World-first Study in Leicester to be Showcased at Public Lecture University of Leicester research into bowel diseases and factors within ethnic minority communities to be unveiled at event on 27 January LEICESTER, England, Jan. 23 January, 2009 - A world first study being conducted at the University of Leicester into levels of...

EMAX HEALTH - Babies Exposed to Harmful Toxins in Liquid Medicines

23 January 2009

ScienceDaily - Novel Forensic Technique To Be Applied To Decade-old Murder Probe - Adapted from materials provided by University of Leicester . Email or share this story: Need to cite this story in your essay, paper, or report? Use one of the following formats: APA MLA enlarge Dr John Bond of Northamptonshire Police and the University of Leicester Forensic Research Centre.

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New Kerala - Chemicals in liquid medicines may harm infants, says Indian-origin researcher - Dr Hitesh Pandya, a senior lecturer at the University of Leicester, says that his study documents the chemicals present in such liquid medicines as are administered to premature infants as part of their medical care. Published in the Fetal & Neonatal Edition of Archives of Disease in Childhood, his study has revealed that the chemicals added to

Space Mart - Persians may have gassed ancient Romans - of Dura in eastern Syria. Simon James of the University of Leicester said he has found evidence Persian soldiers in the 3rd century dug a mine beneath the city wall and ignited bitumen and sulfur crystals while mounting an assault on the Roman city. James said the ... more Cyber Wars Iraq Wars Floating Steel Milspace Comms Military Space

Chemical Processing - Chemical History | Did Persians Succeed With Chemical Weapons? - of archaeology and ancient history at the University of Leicester in the English midlands, together with his colleague Dr. Jen Baird from Birkbeck College, University of London, is carrying out research at Dura-Europos in Syria. This abandoned Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman city on the banks of the Euphrates river in Eastern Syria was destroyed

PharmaLive.com - World-first Study in Leicester to be Showcased at Public Lecture LEICESTER, England, Jan. 23, 3009--A world first study being conducted at the University of Leicester into levels of medicinal use by people with bowel ...

22 January 2009

Red Orbit - Risk Io Infants From The Chemicals In Liquid Medicines - ...In Liquid Medicines A team of medical scientists from the University of Leicester has published research which looks into the harmful substances...

Rzeczpospolita - Perski gaz bojowy - ...Instytutu Archeologicznego zaprezentował brytyjski archeolog dr Simon James z University of Leicester. Naukowiec prowadzi badania na terenie...

Red Orbit - Persians may have gassed ancient Romans - ...Roman city of Dura in eastern Syria. Simon James of the University of Leicester said he has found evidence Persian soldiers in the 3rd century

Huliq News - Hospital at-home programs provide similar patient outcomes - ...College, London; King's & St. Thomas' School of Medicine; University of Leicester; and University of Torino, Italy. In a related commentary...

`The Post Chronicle - Persians May Have Gassed Ancient Romans <>`__ - ...Roman city of Dura in eastern Syria. Simon James of the University of Leicester said he has found evidence Persian soldiers in the 3rd century...

ZeeNews.com - Infants' liquid medicines risky - ...Infants' liquid medicines risky An Indian-origin expert at the University of Leicester has led a major study that shows that infants given liquid...

Journalnow.com - Studies find that steroids do not ease wheezing - ...transient wheezing is unknown. In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized ...

Nouse york university - Professor and ex-student honoured - ...York and the current Head of Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester, will appear in the 2009 edition of The Who s...

Daily Mail - Judge attacks 'ridiculous' law after hit and run driver who paralysed student is jailed for just two years - ...case of 22-year-old Rajesh Khunti, who admitted mowing down the Leicester University student at the city's crown court on what was to be the...

MediLexicon - Hospital At-Home Programs Provide Similar Patient Outcomes - ...College, London; King's & St. Thomas' School of Medicine; University of Leicester; and University of Torino, Italy. In a related commentary http://www.cmaj.ca/press/pg156.

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This is Leicestershire - Badminton: Clash sets a record - Loughborough IV 8; South Leicestershire III 0 Central Leicester II 9; Leicester University 6 Loughborough IV 3; Div 4A: Uppingham 8 Hermitage Lakeside...

Times Higher Education - Grant winners - ...Liverpool Children's Hospital, University of Liverpool, Newcastle University , University of Leicester and Sheffield Children's Hospital Value : £77,076...

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HealthJockey.com - Chemical use in liquid medication may be harmful to children - A latest research has been published on the exposure of babies to chemicals used in medications by the University of Leicester medical scientists. ...

Retail Solutions Online - Loss Prevention 2012: Cutting-Edge Technology And Highly Qualified ... - After reviewing the landmark report, "Effective Retail Loss Prevention," by Adrian Beck from the University of Leicester, it is apparent to me the degree to ...

Los Angeles Times - Steroid drugs do not help and may harm young kids prone to wheezing and colds, studies find - is unknown. In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given prednisolone or placebo treatment. There was no significant difference in the time spent in the hospital: 11 hours for the drug group compared with 14 hours for the placebo group. In the

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Web India - Persians may have gassed ancient Romans - of Dura in eastern Syria. Simon James of the University of Leicester said he has found evidence Persian soldiers in the 3rd century dug a mine beneath the city wall and ignited bitumen and sulfur crystals while mounting an assault on the Roman city . James said the theory, presented at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of

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JAMA - Abstract: How to Use an Article About Genetic Association: C: What Are the Results and Will They Help Me in Caring for My Patients?, January 21, 2009, Attia et al. 301 (3): 304 - (Dr Minelli); Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester, England (Dr Thompson); Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (Dr Infante-Rivard); and Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada (Dr

ScienceDaily - Discovery Could Help Scientists Stop 'Death Cascade' Of Neurons After A Stroke - at Rockefeller in the Strickland lab and at the University of Leicester in England designed lines of genetically modified mice that lacked either tPA or laminin specifically in the hippocampus, a region of the brain often damaged by stroke. To their surprise, they found that mice without laminin were protected from the typical neural degeneration

Modern Medicine - Prednisolone Ineffective for Virus-Induced Wheezing - In the second study, Jayachandran Panickar, MD, from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, and colleagues randomly assigned 700 children ...

21 January 2009

Financial Express (Indian News Express) - Drugs used in medicines for babies are risky: UK expert - An Indian-origin expert at the University of Leicester has led a major study that shows that infants given liquid medicines are exposed to risk from the chemicals used. The study led by Dr Hitesh Pandya, senior lecturer in Child Health, documents the non-drug ingredients (excipients) present in liquid medicines given to premature infants as part of their medical care.

thainewsland.com - Liquid medicines may harm premature babies' health - Researchers have revealed that premature babies could be harmed by liquid medicines containing potentially harmful chemicals. They said that substances contained in the medicines are sometimes above the level recommended for adults and could cause nerve damage. As medicines are rarely tested in children, there is little evidence about their safety for younger people. The scientists at Leicester Royal Infirmary are calling for action to be taken to remedy the situation

Press Association - Fears over premature baby medicine - Liquid medicines given to premature babies contain chemicals that could be harmful, researchers have said The medicines contain substances that are sometimes above the level recommended for adults and could cause nerve damage, they added.

The Associated Press - Studies: Steroids do not help wheezing kids - In the British study led by the University of Leicester, 687 children ages 10 months to 5 years who were hospitalized for wheezing were randomly given ...

New England Journal of Medicine - Oral Prednisolone for Preschool Children with Acute Virus-Induced ... - ... Department of Health Sciences (PCL), University of Leicester, Leicester; the Division of Child Health, University of Nottingham, University Hospital ...

Newsinferno.com - Chemicals in Some Meds Risky for Preemies - According to research conducted by a team from the University of Leicester, chemicals added to medications to improve taste, longevity, and absorption could ...

Innovations Report - University of Leicester team to join in climate change study at world famous wildlife park - The Environment and Conservation Content University of Leicester team to join in climate change study at world famous wildlife park next article 19.01.2009 Geographers from the University of Leicester are to use state-of-the-art technology to investigate how climate change is affecting the world famous Kruger National Park in South Africa.

South Bank University - LSBU News Online - are to get a boost from research at the University of Leicester in collaboration with London South Bank University (LSBU). Researchers have been exploring the potential of 3-D Multi-User Virtual Environments (3-DMUVEs) in teaching university courses in Digital Photography. This collaboration is part of JISC funded MOOSE (Modelling Of Second Life

The Times of India - Infants' liquid medicines risky-Health-Health & Science - Text: LONDON: An Indian-origin expert at the University of Leicester has led a major study that shows that infants given liquid medicines are exposed to risk from the chemicals used. The study led by Dr Hitesh Pandya, senior lecturer in Child Health, documents the non-drug ingredients (excipients) present in liquid medicines given to premature

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Medical News Today - Research Exposes The Risk To Infants From The Chemicals Used In Liquid Medicines - of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation at the University of Leicester and Consultant Paediatrician at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, revealed that the chemicals added to medicines to improve their taste, absorption and to prolong their shelf-life could be potentially harmful to very small babies. The chemicals generally used are

Canadian Medical Association Journal - Avoiding hospital admission through provision of hospital care at home: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual patient data -- Shepperd et al. 180 (2): 175 - Tibaldi), S. Giovanni Battista Hospital, University of Torino, Torino, Italy; and the Department of Health Sciences (Wilson), University of Leicester, Leicester, UK Correspondence to: Dr. Sasha Shepperd, Public Health, University of Oxford, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7LF, United Kingdom; sasha.shepperd{at}dphpc.ox.ac.uk

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20 January 2009

RedOrbit - Hospital At-home Programs Provide Similar Outcomes - ... University of Leicester; and University of Torino, Italy. In a related commentary, Dr. Bruce Leff of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine writes: ...

BBC News - Concern over premature baby drugs - Doctors at the University of Leicester looked at liquid medicines given to 38 babies in a special care unit. Some contained chemicals linked to nerve damage ... See all stories on this topic

United Press International - Persians may have gassed ancient Romans - Simon James of the University of Leicester said he has found evidence Persian soldiers in the 3rd century dug a mine beneath the city wall and ignited ... See all stories on this topic

Nouse - Professor and ex-student honoured - Barstow stated on the University of Leicester website: “I was very pleasantly surprised to be invited to have an entry in Who’s Who. ...

Leicester Mercury - Danger-drive jail term an 'insult' - The victim, a Leicester University student, was crossing Evington Road, in Evington, Leicester, when he was mown down by 22-year-old Rajesh Khunti in the ...

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Archaeology Magazine - Archaeological Headlines - in the third century A.D. Simon James of the University of Leicester has suggested that the Persians used chemical warfare in the attack after examining artifacts and excavation records from the early twentieth century.  Druids are continuing to demand that prehistoric skeletons housed in British museums be handed over for burial. Posted on

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USA Today - Science Fair: Projects, Energy, NASA & the Weird - geology graduate student at Southern Methodist University did his masterâ¿¿s thesis on dinosaur bones at the university, which were part of the Paluxy River trove. No one before had really studied the dino bones found at the Glen Rose site, says Southern Methodist University geology professor Louis Jacobs. So Peter Rose, then just a lowly Masters

Times of India - Infants' liquid medicines risky - 20 Jan 2009, 0902 hrs IST, PTI LONDON: An Indian-origin expert at the University of Leicester has led a major study that shows that infants given liquid ...

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19 January 2009

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BBC News - Ancient Persians 'gassed Romans' - They also ignited bitumen and sulphur crystals to produce dense poisonous gases, suggested Simon James, an archaeologist at the University of Leicester. ...

musicweek.com - MW expands coverage once more - ... media at universities, including Goldsmiths, Westminster, University of Liverpool, LIPA, City University, University of Leicester and Nottingham-Trent. ...

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guardian.co.uk - Choose your weapon - Geoffrey Wilkinson studies archaeology at the University of Leicester. He has spent weeks in virtual Turkey, courtesy of the University of Berkeley's Second ...

guardian.co.uk - Off-campus intake creates degrees of seperation - ... the distinction between online and face-to-face gets fuzzy, says Professor John Fothergill, deputy vice-chancellor of Leicester University. ...

Online News Pakistan - Infection setback in prem babies - Field, an expert in neonatal medicine at the University of Leicester, said it highlighted the importance of doing trials. "In theory you would have thought this was an important intervention. "But it shows that in these babies there is some other factor which is important." || Top || Next >> ELECTION 2008 POLL OF THE DAY Question? Will the

18 January 2009

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PhysOrg.com - Discovery could help scientists stop the "death cascade" of neurons after a stroke - at Rockefeller in the Strickland lab and at the University of Leicester in England designed lines of genetically modified mice that lacked either tPA or laminin specifically in the hippocampus, a region of the brain often damaged by stroke. To their surprise, they found that mice without laminin were protected from the typical neural degeneration

Groong (SC) - CHEMICAL WARFARE ANCIENT PERSIAN-STYLE - gassed, said Simon James, an archaeologist at Leicester University. There are no ancient texts that describe the siege of Dura-Europos, which was founded in 300BC by the Macedonian Greeks but its eventual fall to the Sasanians led to its complete abandonment and loss until its rediscovery in the 1920s when the first archaeological excavations

The Statesman - Chemical Warfare ~ Ancient Persian-style - said Dr Simon James, an archaeologist at Leicester University. The Persian siege involved digging mines under the city walls to undermine the fortifications, while the Roman defenders dug counter-mines to intercept the Sasanian soldiers. ¿It is evident that when mine and counter-mine met, the Romans lost the ensuing struggle,¿ said Dr James.

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17 January 2009

Independent (UK) - Alan Everitt: Historian who transformed the study of local communities - Hatton Professor of English Local History at Leicester University and one of the leading figures in the transformation of that subject from a largely antiquarian pursuit into a major branch of historical study. He was born in Sevenoaks, Kent, in 1926, and educated at Sevenoaks School. After four years in the Army, he read History at the University

World Science - Evidence of ancient chemical warfare reported - according to archaeologist Simon James of the University of Leicester, U.K. The city, on the river Euphrates, had been conquered by the Romans who installed a large garrison. The city later suffered to a ferocious siege by an army from the powerful new Sasanian Persian empire. The dramatic story is told entirely from archaeological remains; no

Darlington and Stockton Times - Richmond museum makes little piece of history - of the Green Howards. A graduate of Lancaster University, Lynda, 39, did a post-graduate course in museum studies at Leicester University and afterwards worked as curator of a local museum and library in the Lake District. She arrived in Richmond eight years ago to take up the post of museums officer, and later became head of partnerships for

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New Scientist - Comment: Why we must save our astronomical heritage - emeritus professor of archaeoastronomy at the University of Leicester, UK, and chair of the IAU's working group on astronomy and world heritage From issue 2691 of New Scientist magazine, page 14. Subscribe and get 4 free issues. Browse past issues of New Scientist magazine If you would like to reuse any content from New Scientist, either in print

BBC Online - Infection setback in prem babies - Field, an expert in neonatal medicine at the University of Leicester, said it highlighted the importance of doing trials. "In theory you would have thought this was an important intervention. "But it shows that in these babies there is some other factor which is important." Bookmark with: Delicious Digg reddit Facebook StumbleUpon What

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Scientific American - Did the Persians use chemical warfare against the Romans? - Archeologist Simon James of the University of Leicester in England says he discovered a "crime scene" indicating that Persian warriors suffocated 20 Roman ...

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New Kerala - Persians routed Romans with help of chemical weapons - James, reader in the School of Archaeology, University of Leicester, presented popular "CSI (Crime Scene Investigation)-style" arguments at the Archaeological Institute of America, that about 20 Roman soldiers, found in a siege-mine at Dura-Europos in Syria, met their deaths not as a result of sword or spear, but through asphyxiation. Dura-Europos

Northampton Chronicle & Echo - Forensic advances could help decade-old murder probe - who is also an honorary research fellow at the University of Leicester Forensic Research Centre, has already worked witth a number of US police forces on reopening 'cold cases' and has found latent prints on shell casings. He said: "We have found fingerprints on shell casings in a number of cases recently that are assisting police in the US and are

PhysOrg.com - Researchers discover a protein that amplifies cell death - scientist at Northamptonshire Police and the University of Leicester is being called on by US force officers to tackle a decade-old murder case. High school students' paper published in prestigious college math journal General Science / Mathematics 1hour ago | not rated yet | no comments yet A paper written by four students from High

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The Baltimore Examiner - Science News Examiner: Ancient chemical warfare - Institute of America, Simon James of Leicester University presented a tantalizing scenario behind one of history's most frigid of cold cases. At a dig at the city of Dura-Europos, Syria the 1930s, a group of about 20 Roman soldiers was found in a tunnel below the Dura garrison still completely fitted with their weapons and armor. Until now, not

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Softpedia - Archaeological Evidence of Ancient Chemical Warfare Discovered - It dates back to the time of the Romans - Adjust text size: Archaeologists from the University of Leicester discovered what appears to be the oldest known remnants of chemical warfare, in the Syrian city of Dura-Europos. According to the research, presented at the Archaeological Institute of America meeting by Simon James, more than 20 Roman soldiers met their demise in tunnels,

24 Hour Museum - Archaeologist Uncovers Evidence Of Ancient Chemical Warfare - shirt, his helmet and sword near his feet. Yale University Art Gallery, Dura-Europos Excavation Archive. A University of Leicester archaeologist has discovered what could be the oldest evidence of chemical warfare - in the ruined city of Dura Europos. The Macedonian Greeks of the Seleucid Empire founded Dura Europos on the Euphrates in 300 BC

USA Today - Roman ruin reveals first known case of chemical warfare - warfare, reports Simon James of England's University of Leicester. Speaking at the American Institute of Archaeology meeting in Philadelphia, James presented evidence that invading Sasanians set fire to bitumen and sulfur inside siege tunnels to choke Roman "sappers" digging counter-tunnels during the siege. The invaders likely heard the Romans

Examiner.com - Ancient Chemical Warfare - ... Science News Examiner Credit AP At this year’s annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Simon James of Leicester University presented ...

15 January 2009

Malaysia Sun - Persians routed Romans with help of chemical weapons - Simon James, reader in the School of Archaeology, University of Leicester, presented popular 'CSI (Crime Scene Investigation)-style' arguments at the ...

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Science Magazine - CREDIT: MARK WITTON - ... says paleontologist David Unwin of the University of Leicester, UK But some scientists think pterosaurs must have pushed off with all four feet, ...

Ve3d.com - British Writer Doing Doom 4 Story - After receiving a B.Ed. from Bishop Lonsdale College in 1977 and a MA from the University of Leicester in 1980, Joyce worked as a youth officer for the ...

innovations report - Novel forensic technique to be applied to decade-old murder probe - A pioneering forensic scientist at Northamptonshire Police and the University of Leicester is being called on by US force officers to tackle a decade-old ...

The Independent - Chemical warfare – ancient Persian-style - gassed, said Simon James, an archaeologist at Leicester University. There are no ancient texts that describe the siege of Dura-Europos, which was founded in 300BC by the Macedonian Greeks but its eventual fall to the Sasanians led to its complete abandonment and loss until its rediscovery in the 1920s when the first archaeological excavations

Daily Mail - Chemical weapons first used by Persians against Roman army almost 2,000 years ago - modern day." Dr James, a researcher at the University of Leicester who presented his discoveries to a meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, said the 20 soldiers died not by the sword or spear but through asphyxiation. They had been part of a large Roman garrison defending the empire outpost city of Dura-Europos, on the Euphrates

RedOrbit - Virtual World Helps University Students - are to get a boost from research at the University of Leicester in collaboration with London South Bank University. Researchers have been exploring the potential of 3-D Multi-User Virtual Environments (3-DMUVEs) in teaching university courses in Digital Photography. This collaboration is part of JISC funded MOOSE (MOdelling Of SecondLife

EurekAlert - University of Leicester archaeologist uncovers evidence of ancient chemical warfare - for more information. A researcher from the University of Leicester has identified what looks to be the oldest archaeological evidence for chemical warfare--from Roman times. At the meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, University of Leicester archaeologist Simon James presented CSI-style arguments that about twenty Roman soldiers,

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14 January 2009

Daily Telegraph - Ancient Persians who gassed Romans were the first to use chemical weapons

innovations report - How do you picture yourself in a virtual world? - Matthew Wheeler, from the University of Leicester, said: “Some of the Digital Photography students perceived missing body language and personal cues when ...

Science Daily - Archaeologist Uncovers Evidence Of Ancient Chemical Warfare - 14, 2009) — A researcher from the University of Leicester has identified what looks to be the oldest archaeological evidence for chemical warfare--from ...

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ScienceDaily - Active Galaxies Are Different Near And Far, Swift Spacecraft Shows - and General Dynamics in the U.S.; the University of Leicester and Mullard Space Sciences Laboratory in the United Kingdom; Brera Observatory and the Italian Space Agency in Italy; plus additional partners in Germany and Japan. Adapted from materials provided by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center . Original article written by Francis Reddy. Email or

13 January 2009

Journal of American Medical Association - How to Use an Article About Genetic Association B: Are the Results ... - ... National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London, England (Dr Minelli); Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester, ...

ScienceDaily - Dead Stars Tell Story Of Planet Birth - Jura. Other authors are Ben Zuckerman at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jay Farihi at Leicester University, England. This research was funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., manages the Spitzer Space Telescope mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate,

The Courier-Journal - Early fliers - so big get off the ground? A Johns Hopkins University biologist thinks he has figured out the answer: What people think of as "flying dinosaurs," but are technically giant reptiles, didn't launch themselves into the air like birds -- they leapt into the air off all four legs, said Mike Habib, of the university's Center for Functional Anatomy and

Web India - Study sheds light on chemical warfare in Roman wars 2,000yrs ago - 12, 2009 3:13:03 PM IST A research at the University of Leicester in England has found out evidence on chemical warfare in ancient times. Simon James has revealed that Roman soldiers defending a Middle Eastern garrison from attack nearly 2,000 years ago met the horrors of war inside a cramped tunnel beneath the site's massive front wall. He

12 January 2009

PublicTechnology.net - Association for Learning Technology announces 2009 conference theme - Gilly Salmon, Professor of eLearning and Learning Technologies at the University of Leicester, UK. • Professor Tom Boyle, Director of the Learning ...

Pressbox.co.uk - Association for Learning Technology announces 2009 conference theme: In dreams begins responsibility - evidence, and change" and will take place at University Place, University of Manchester, UK from 8-10 September 2009. The conference co-chairs are: ¿ Gilly Salmon, Professor of eLearning and Learning Technologies at the University of Leicester, UK. ¿ Professor Tom Boyle, Director of the Learning Technology Research Institute at London

11 January 2009

Science News - Ancient chemical warfare comes to light - ... reported Simon James of the University of Leicester in England on January 10 at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America. ...

Virtual Manchester - Tigers submit plans for Welford Road hotel - seating numbers up from 17,500 to 24,000. Leicester Tigers chairman Peter Tom said: "We have worked closely with the UHL (University Hospital of Leicester) and the university to ensure their respective needs are satisfied, and we are in detailed discussions with several quality hotel operators who see this as an ideal opportunity to move into

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InTheNews.co.uk - Tigers submit plans for Welford Road hotel - seating numbers up from 17,500 to 24,000. Leicester Tigers chairman Peter Tom said: "We have worked closely with the UHL (University Hospital of Leicester) and the university to ensure their respective needs are satisfied, and we are in detailed discussions with several quality hotel operators who see this as an ideal opportunity to move into

10 January 2009

Times Online - Do the maths - I did my A-levels at night school, but I was turned down by Southampton University when I applied to do chemistry. Leicester accepted me, fortunately, ...

Tiscali - The crunch generation - parents and most of all politicians told them a university education was the key to getting a good job. Careers advisers chivvied them to get work experience. So undergraduates dutifully studied for decent degrees, prettified their CVs with useful internships and bounced out of university last summer. The world, and the job market, was their

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Compukiss - Text Messaging Is Overpriced - thousands of dollars. Dr. Nigel Bannister, a University of Leicester space scientist, has calculated that sending a simple text message is far more expensive than downloading data from the Hubble Space Telescope. The reason that cell phone carriers are charging so much for text messages is because they can. As long as people are willing to pay the

news.caterer.com - Leicester stadium to get hotel? - Leicester Tigers chairman Peter Tom said: "We have worked closely with the UHL (University Hospital of Leicester) and the university to ensure their ...

guardian.co.uk - The crunch generation - Dirren Patel, 25, got a degree in business management from the University of Leicester and quickly picked up work for a City firm specialising in IT mergers ...

09 January 2009

Worldcupweb.com - Leicester Tigers unveil £100m development proposals - "This is an exciting and prestigious development bringing together three of the city's major organisations - the UHL, the University of Leicester and Tigers ...

New Scientist - A good night out began at home in ancient Greece - was based within the home." Lin Foxhall at the University of Leicester, UK, a specialist on life in ancient Greece, agrees. She says Kelly Blazeby's analysis highlights "the diversity of activities and types of residents that might have inhabited the buildings we call 'houses' in the highly urbanised cities of classical Greece". From issue 2690

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08 January 2009

Batley News - Observatory helps Martin set a shining example - After leaving school, Prof Barstow read physics at York University and then gained a PhD in Astrophysics from Leicester. His 22-year-old daughter, Joanna, ...

Leicester Mercury - tigers unveil £100m project - A spokesman for the University of Leicester said: "Leicester is already reputed to have the greatest cluster of world-leading researchers of any discipline ...

Belleville News-Democrat - How big Jurassic flying reptiles got off ground - so big get off the ground? A Johns Hopkins University biologist thinks he has figured out the answer. What people think of as "flying dinosaurs" but are technically giant reptiles didn't launch into the air like birds. They leapt into the air off all four legs, said Mike Habib, of the university's Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution. Only

Calgary Herald - Using candid cameras for crime is nothing to smile at - Furthermore, a 2004 study by researchers at Leicester University examined 14 camera systems and found 13 of them had "no overall effect on crime" -- the 14th was located in a parking lot. As if that weren't bad enough, research in Glasgow, Scotland, showed a nine per cent increase in crime after cameras were installed in the city. Other

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JAMA - Abstract: How to Use an Article About Genetic Association: A: Background Concepts, January 7, 2009, Attia et al. 301 (1): 74 - (Dr Minellii); Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester, England (Dr Thompson); Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (Dr Infante-Rivard); and Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada (Dr

New York Post - How big Jurassic flying reptiles got off ground - so big get off the ground? A Johns Hopkins University biologist thinks he has figured out the answer. What people think of as "flying dinosaurs" but are technically giant reptiles didn't launch into the air like birds. They leapt into the air off all four legs, said Mike Habib, of the university's Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution. Only

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SpaceRef - Gamma-ray Burst Offers First Peek at a Young Galaxy's Star Factory

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Quote.com - Kiwa Bio-Tech Announces Resignation of the CFO and Management Appointments - in Finance from Hunan Finance and Economics University. The Board of Directors also appointed Mr. Xin Ma Vice President in charge of the Company's accounting and finance operations. Mr. Ma has served as Associate CFO since January 2006. He holds MSc. Degrees of Management and of Finance both from the University of Leicester, England. ABOUT KIWA

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SpaceRef - NASA's SWIFT Shows Active Galaxies are Different Near and Far - and General Dynamics in the U.S.; the University of Leicester and Mullard Space Sciences Laboratory in the United Kingdom; Brera Observatory and the Italian Space Agency in Italy; plus additional partners in Germany and Japan. For more information and graphics related to this release, please visit

Newspost Online - For ancient Greeks ‘good hedonistic nights out’ were enjoyed at home - Lin Foxhall at the University of Leicester, UK, a specialist on life in ancient Greece, agrees with the findings. She said Kelly Blazeby’’s analysis ...

MSNBC - Kiwa Bio-Tech Announces Resignation of the CFO and Management ... - Mr. Ma has served as Associate CFO since January 2006. He holds MSc. Degrees of Management and of Finance both from the University of Leicester, England.

07 January 2009

Newsday - Mystery solved? 'Flying dinosaurs' got off the ground like ... - Pterosaur expert David Unwin, a paleobiologist at the University of Leicester, praised the study for relying more on physical tests than theory. ...

CNNMoney.com - Kiwa Bio-Tech Announces Resignation of the CFO and Management ... - Degrees of Management and of Finance both from the University of Leicester, England. The Company develops, manufactures, distributes and markets innovative, ...

Astronomy Now Online - 090106 Dead stars tell story of planet birth - Journal, with co-authors Ben Zuckerman from the University of California and Jay Farihi from Leicester University in England. 2009 Yearbook This 132-page special edition features the ultimate observing guide for 2009, a review of all the biggest news stories of 2008, in depth articles covering all aspects of astronomy and space missions for 2009,

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Spaceflight Now - Dead stars are telling the story of planetary birth - Jura. Other authors are Ben Zuckerman at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jay Farihi at Leicester University, England. Expedition 18 patch & pin The official embroidered patch and lapel pin for the International Space Station Expedition 18 crew is now available to from our stores. U.S. STORE: PATCH | PIN WORLD STORE: PATCH | PIN

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06 January 2009

istockAnalyst.com - Professor Sir Alan Walters - Alan Arthur Walters, economist: born Leicester 17 June 1926; Lecturer in Econometrics, Birmingham University 1951-61, Professor of Econometrics and Social ...

Guardian Unlimited - Obituary: Sir Alan Walters- and Walters stood down an hour later. Born in Leicester, Walters went to Alderman Newton school, Leicester, and University College, Leicester (now Leicester University). He was a graduate student at Nuffield College, Oxford. In 1951 he became lecturer in eeconometrics at Birmingham University, which had an extraordinary concentration of talent

Scientific Blogging - Dead Stars And A Story Of A Planet's Birth - Jura. Other authors are Ben Zuckerman at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jay Farihi at Leicester University, England. This research was funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., manages the Spitzer Space Telescope mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate,

Scarborough Evening News - Solicitor appointed as district judge - and Wakefield, going on to read law at Leicester University and obtaining an LLB hons in 1976 before attending the College of Law in Guildford. After taking time off from studying to do various jobs including working at McCain, Wray's bakery and Scarborough Council parks and gardens including work as an assistant grave digger, Mr Neaves obtained an

KPMG UK - Innumerate school children cost the tax payer up to £2.4bn a year - report Sir Peter Williams, Chancellor of the University of Leicester and author of last year¿s independent report into the teaching of mathematics in the early years and primary schools, notes: ¿In our review last year we made clear to government the importance of getting maths teaching right in the primary school, and the impact on individuals and

Professional Security - Retail aggression - Martin Gill, Professor of Criminology of University of Leicester spin out company, Perpetuity, commented: â¿¿The most worrying aspect to these findings on victimisation from crime is that they suggest that retailers and retail staff are considered fair game. This is further evidence that those on the front line are amongst those most likely to be

05 January 2009

Telegraph.co.uk - Sir Alan Walters - After serving as a private in the Army, he managed, after numerous rejections, to secure a place at University College Leicester to read Statistics. ...

Space Ref - Dead Stars Tell Story of Planet Birth - Other authors are Ben Zuckerman at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jay Farihi at Leicester University, England. This research was funded by ...

Independent - Poor maths skills cost Britain £2.4bn a year, says study - Sir Peter Williams, chancellor of the University of Leicester and author of a government report into maths in primary schools, said: "It may be costly to ...

03 January 2009

Leicester Mercury - Ban on fliers in city is no laughing matter - ... zone" which runs inside the inner ring road, plus areas around De Montfort University, Leicester University and in Belgrave Gate and Belgrave Road. ...

Cyprus Mail - TEPAK gets new interim management committee - ... and members Nikos Demertzis, Professor Athens University, Panikos Demetriades, Professor Leicester University, Panayiotis Theodosiou, TEPAK Professor, ...

Common Dreams - 2009 Brings Hard Choices Over the Future of Capitalism

The Globe and Mail - HAPPY? NEW YEAR - TIMOTHY GARTON ASH Senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and professor of European Studies at Oxford University January 2, 2009 Happy new year? You must be joking: 2009 will begin with a wail - and then get worse. Millions of people have already been put out of work across the world by this first truly globalized crisis of

The Lancet - Association between cerebral palsy and erythromycin: Authors' reply - Section, Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, 22â¿¿28 Princess Road West, Leicester LE1 6TP, UK Article Options Full Text PDF (74 KB) Printer Friendly Version Linked Articles Correspondence Association between cerebral palsy and erythromycin The Lancet 3 January 2009; Volume 373, Issue 9657: Page 25 Related

02 January 2009

Free Internet Press - 2009 Brings Hard Choices For Future Of Capitalism - and "world map of happiness" has emerged from Leicester University. Denmark scores top in both of them. There's even a Journal of Happiness Studies. Whatever you think of the substantive value of this stuff - sorry, science - you can spend a happy hour surfing it on the web, and wondering how much of it has been invented. Seriously, though, some

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01 January 2009

Materials World - Model behaviour of ceramics

Wikinews - Mathematician Martin Taylor awarded knighthood - in 2006 awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Leicester, the university in the town of his birth. [edit] Sources Wikipedia has more about this subject: Martin J. Taylor "New Year Honours List 2009". UK Government, December 31, 2008 James Morgan "Honour for Royal Society luminary". BBC News, December 31, 2008 Don Frame "University

Guardian Unlimited - Timothy Garton Ash: 2009 brings hard choices over the future of capitalism - and "world map of happiness" has emerged from Leicester University. Denmark scores top in both of them. There's even a Journal of Happiness Studies. Whatever you think of the substantive value of this stuff - sorry, science - you can spend a happy houur surfing it on the web, and wondering how much of it has been invented. Seriously, though, some

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MENA FN - Dubai Quality Group holds seminar about new management concept of Vision to Result - a diploma in training and development from Leicester University, in addition to several international certifications such as, master trainer for Situational Leadership® from The Centre of Leadership Studies, USA; accredited practitioner of The HBDI (Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument) from Herrmann International, Australia; and a certified

Times Higher Education - Hang on for a bumpy 2009 - the year of living dangerously - It seems likely that a growing number of institutions will follow Leicester and a handful of other universities and bring their management and governance ...

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