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Genetic basis for differences in income discovered

Genetic basis for differences in income discovered

A new study conducted by Professor Tim Frayling of the University of Exeter Medical School disputes the commonly held belief that poverty produces lower income . The researchers found that a genetic predisposition toward being short in men or having ..., 1 month ago

22 small and beautifully formed summer festivals to discover in the UK

48 Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? Fireworks brought Camp Bestival to a close in 2015. By Tim Chester and Davina MerchantUK2016-04-07 08:54:38 UTC LONDON — The big summer festivals are a lot of fun, but they don't come cheap. Theyre busy ...
 Mashable3 weeks ago

St Ives to vote on second homes plan

"The planning system is there to meet communities' needs," says Tim Andrewes, one of the councillors backing the plan and a member of the Green Party. He points out that some housing is already built with ownership restrictions, such as farm ...
 BBC4 weeks ago

Dermody Properties Appoints New Partner, Chief Acquisitions Officer in Chicago

Michael Dolan (pictured left) and Tim Walsh join Dermody Properties as partner and chief acquisitions officer, respectively. Reno, NV-based industrial real estate owner-operator Dermody Properties expanded its Midwest regional office in Chicago with ...
 CoStar Group1 month ago

Analysing indicators of performance, satisfaction, or safety using empirical logit transformation

Sarah Stevens , statistician 1 2 , Jose M Valderas , professor of health services and policy research 3 , Tim Doran , professor of public health 4 , Rafael Perera , professor of medical statistics 1 2 , Evangelos Kontopantelis , senior ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago
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Study shows short men and obese women make less money

A new study from the University of Exeter reveals that not living up to conventional physical standards could make your life harder in more than just the dating department. Researchers wanted to determine whether being a shorter man or a heavier ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago Shorter Men, Plumper Women Make Less Money, UK Study Shows  Laboratory Equipment1 month ago How Your Body Predicts Your Salary: Tall Men, Thin Women Make More Money  Hngn.com1 month ago Body Shape May Make Strong Impact On Life Chances  MedIndia1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Short men, overweight women earn less, says study

Short men and overweight women have much more to deal with than just low confidence. Scientists from the University of Exeter in the UK have concluded that a shorter man or a more overweight woman leads to lower chances in life, including a lower ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago RESEARCH CENTRE: Tall men, slim women earn more  Daily Nation1 month ago The shape of your body can determine how much you earn. Yes, really  LondonlovesBusiness.com1 month ago Overweight Women And Short Men Earn Less Than Tall And Slim Peers  Huffington Post UK1 month ago

More young people on aspirational programme go on to higher education

A University of Exeter programme designed to encourage aspiration is helping to ensure more students in state schools and colleges apply to higher education. Pathways to Law gives aspirational and academically able students in the South West ...
 Exeter University3 days ago

Waking up to Epilepsy 2016

Time 9:00 to 17:00 Place Medical School lecture theatre, RILD Building Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Wonford, Exeter Keynote speakers: Professor Mark Richardson, Paul Getty III Chair of Epilepsy, King's College, London and Professor John ...
 Exeter University1 month ago 2016 South West Quaternary Lecture - Prof. Patrick Moss: Australian 'Sweet Spots' - Quaternary Refugia of coastal eastern Australia  Exeter University1 week ago

Innovative Exeter research pioneers nanotechnology for gas sensing

A team of scientists from the University of Exeter have created a new type of device that could be used to develop cost-effective gas sensors. The pioneering team, which includes two second year Exeter undergraduates, have created a new type of ...
 Oilgasdaily.com1 week ago Pioneering Gas Sensing Nanotechnology Developed  A2C22 weeks ago New research pioneers nanotechnology for gas sensing  Nanowerk3 weeks ago Research Pioneers Nanotech for Gas Sensing  Wireless Design & Development2 weeks ago
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