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New tool can pick puppies most suited for guide dog training

Researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK have created and tested a questionnaire-style decision tool which could help trainers from guide dogs to monitor and evaluate their dog's behaviour. DNA, 1 week ago

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Scientist plays matchmaker to rare, left-coiling snails

So Angus Davison, associate professor at the University of Nottingham in England, made a public appeal on a British radio program in October 2016, seeking to find a mate for his snail, dubbed Jeremy, which he hoped could advance the study of body asymmetry in ...
 DNA1 month ago

Silk may not be the right road for eczema treatment

The University of Nottingham research revealed that wearing specialist silk garments did not reduce the severity of eczema for the children taking part, not did it reduce the amount of creams and ointments used for their eczema, or the number of skin ...
 DNA2 months ago

'Guilt trip' may lead to better cooperation: study

With the help of volunteers, researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK looked into the role of emotions.
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Dragon's Breath: world's hottest chili pepper grown!

Named the Dragon's Breath, the chili was grown by Mike Smith, a farmer from Wales in collaboration with scientists from Nottingham Trent University in the UK.
 DNA1 month ago The New 'World's Hottest Pepper' Is Not For The Faint Of Heart  Huffington Post1 month ago

'City noises disrupt heartbeat, may cause cardiac disease'

Fluctuating noises from busy city streets and town centres disturb normal heart rhythms and could trigger serious cardiac problems, scientists warn. Researchers from Nottingham Trent University in the UK found that constant changes in noise - even at low ...
 Business Standard12 hours ago

Britain Votes As Narrowing Polls Indicate These Five Scenarios

Polls are open and voting is underway in a UK election dominated by Brexit, austerity and in the closing phases, security. The first indications of the result will come at 10 pm London time, when broadcasters will release an exit poll. While such surveys have ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

From wannabe to president: how Emmanuel Macron beat Marine Le Pen to win the French election

After a tense and often antagonistic election campaign, Emmanuel Macron is to become the next president of France. The result is, of course, in all sorts of ways extraordinary. In a little over a year, the 39-year-old former finance minister has gone from ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Meet Sarvesh Agrawal, the mind behind Internshala

"What the industry wants is not taught in the classroom, and what is taught in the classroom is not what the industry wants." Sarvesh Agrawal hopes to change that with Internshala. The entrepreneur tells's Shobha Warrier about how he built a start-up "of the interns, by the interns and for the interns." IMAGE: Sarvesh Agrawal started Internshala as a blog in December 2010. Today, it is a web site that generates 3 crore a year.   The general complaint the Indian ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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