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Shocking Figures Of Britains Abused Elders Revealed

A special report has an appalling revelation that around 350, 000 British senior citizens were victims of some kind of abuse, over the last year . The major survey carried out by the National Center for Social Research and Kings College London, and funded by the Department of Health and C...

Gliding to gold -- world-beating software could boost British swimming

... New computer software could enable britains swimmers to improve a key aspect of their technique more quickly and effectively than previously possible and so help them win more medals in major c...

UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

...ision on Tuesday, appeared to show a young man. He was severely burned in the fire, and is under guard in a hospital near Glasgow. On Tuesday, britains BBC-2 broadcast an interview with Shiraz Maher, a former member of the Hizb ut-Tahrir, a radical Islamic group, who described himself as a onetime fri...

Botox Offers Via Mail Order Enrages Plastic Surgeons

... to the plastic surgery firm- Transform, and which shared space with items of clothing from company Grattan, has been receiving brickbats from many of britains cosmetic surgeons. The Grattan catalogue enables shoppers to buy treatments, pay over a number of weeks and have their procedure at any clinic run...

Men Under Knife to Reduce Bulging Waistline in Britian

.... Dr David Veale, from the Priory Hospital, London, said only the most depressed and desperate were likely to try such measures but he blamed britains growing obsession with celebrity culture. These people are very, very desperate and their image of themselves is totally distorted. He said so...
Britains in Biological News

Gene that controls ozone resistance of plants could lead to drought-resistant crops

...the atmosphere could sequester much of the excess atmospheric carbon in plant material. But in a paper published last July in Nature, researchers from britains Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research concluded that the damage done to plants by increasing ozone pollution would actually reduce the abi...

Threatened birds may be rarer than geographic range maps suggest

...tion status of many narrow-ranging, specialized and threatened bird species may be worse than we think. Jetz, Sekercioglu and James E.M. Watson of britains Oxford University evaluated geographic range overestimation and its potential ecological causes for 1,158 bird species across 4,040 well-studied surve...

US launch of international consultation for new 'responsible nanocode'

...nal consultation on a new Code for Responsible Nanotechnology aimed principally at businesses and research organizations. This initiative is funded by britains Royal Society and the United Kingdom government-sponsored Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network, and supported by the Nanotechnology Industries As...
Britains in Biological Technology

A new 'responsible nanocode' for business

...nal consultation on a new Code for Responsible Nanotechnology aimed principally at businesses and research organisations. This initiative is funded by britains Royal Society and the United Kingdom government-sponsored Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network, and supported by the Nanotechnology Industries As...

Hot Technology, Hot Jobs and Cool Communities

...s? Ryan: Wisconsins tech community will be a destination location for talent and capital within ten years if 3 things happen: 1. We learn from britains mistake of the early 1900s. After the industrial revolution, England chose to build all its engineering schools in India. In effect, they took the p...

Technology regulation spurred by a mix of science and politics

...eeded. But if the modified food differed greatly, researchers should pay much closer attention to unintended health effects. The nanotech report by britains Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, by and large, echoed the enthusiasm of those who contend the emerging business will power the next ind...

Competition for stem cell research is fierce

...ng the importance of scientists, government and the private sector all working in tandem. Additionally, other countries can be far more permissive. britains Human Fertilization and Embryology Act enables researchers to undertake embryonic stem-cell research with much fewer restrictions than here in the U.S...
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