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From Science To Music: How Academic Scientists Jam With The Universe Using The LHC! [VIDEO]

Jul 30, 2016 AM EDT Creative academic scientists from Anglia Ruskin University, Genevieve Williams and Domenico Vicinanza are currently completing a whole new musical piece from the most unconventional source, the Large ...

New Education Secretary Justine Greening: Could Grammar Schools Get Thumbs Up From Government Under This One Condition? [VIDEO]

Jul 19, 2016 PM EDT In an interview, newly-elected UK Education secretary, Justine Greening, stated the possibility of accepting new grammar schools in the academe! And the catch- she may willingly support these basic ...

Northern Ireland Academics on Brexit Could Leave U.K. Less United

Jun 19, 2016 AM EDT Royal Irish Academy's Northern Ireland members have squeezed out their support for the campaign for U.K. to continue to exist within the European Union.

‘Dr. Karen’ Kelsky on UK Academics: Similar Crisis Suffered by US Colleges, Universities May Be Coming to the UK

May 23, 2016 AM EDT Higher education staff, academic interns and students suffer from the trend of privatization among US colleges and universities and this could be experienced by UK counterparts soon, according to ...

Evidence of Life after Death Found

Oct 09, 2014 AM EDT A four-year international study led by the University of Southampton found evidence of life after death.

Most Patients Fail To Take Medication for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Study

Aug 30, 2014 AM EDT Majority of patients suffering from severe rheumatoid arthritis fail to take expensive prescribed medication, according to a new study led by the University of Manchester.

UK Pharmacy Professor Develops Nasal Spray to Fight Heroin Overdose

Aug 08, 2014 AM EDT Daniel Wermeling, a University of Kentucky professor of pharmacy practice and science, has developed a nasal spray to reduce deaths from heroin and other opioid abuse.

Asperger Syndrome Triggers Suicidal Thoughts in Patients, Study

Jun 26, 2014 AM EDT People diagnosed with Asperger syndrome are more likely to experience suicidal thoughts than those with psychosis, according to a University of Cambridge study.

Just Two Minutes of Intense Exercise Twice a Week Prevents Diabetes, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Engaging in two sessions of High-Intensity Training (HIT) every week helps prevent type 2 diabetes, according to an Abertay University study.

UK, France and Italy to Face Energy Crisis within Five Years, Study

May 17, 2014 AM EDT The United Kingdom, Italy and France will face severe energy crisis within the next five years, according to a report released by the Global Sustainability Institute at the Anglia Ruskin University.

Top 10 UK Universities in Student Experience

May 16, 2014 AM EDT The University of Sheffield tops the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014.

Top 10 UK Universities

May 12, 2014 AM EDT Cambridge University grabs the first spot in the list of top 10 UK universities.

Mediterranean Countries Make Migrants Unhappy, Study

May 05, 2014 AM EDT Mediterranean countries have been found to make immigrants unhappy, according to University of Leicester study.

Blame Vodka for Early Deaths in Russian Men, Study

Jan 31, 2014 AM EST A new Oxford University study found vodka to be the main cause of early deaths in Russia. Researchers said that 25 percent of Russian men die before the age of 55 when compared to 7 percent of UK men. ...

Lions Facing Extinction Threat in West Africa, Study

Jan 13, 2014 AM EST There are only 250 adult lions left in West Africa, according to a six-year survey by the big cat conservation organization, Panthera.

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