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Milky Way Mysteries Mapped
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Milky Way map swirls with 219 million stars

(Image: Hywel Farnhill, University of Hertfordshire) The most detailed map ever made of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, includes 219 million stars. A team led by Geert Barentsen of the University of Hertfordshire in the UK combined 10 years of ... New Scientist, 1 week ago
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University of Hertfordshire, 3 months ago
Optometry Today, 3 months ago

The world's funniest joke - its implications for brands

The "world's funniest joke" was exhaustively researched by Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire. The reason for the research was to discover the joke that had the widest appeal amongst different cultures, demographics and ...
 Biz Community2 weeks ago

What your sleep position says about your relationship

Apparently, cuddling and spooning does show how much you love your partner. According to a study at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK, of over 1,000 people, 94 per cent of couples who spent the night touching were happy with their ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Students receive expert guidance during Clearing

A team of trained staff and current students have been on hand at the University of Hertfordshire since A Level results day, Thursday 14th August, to offer advice and support for students receiving their results on what to do next. Callers, who ...
 Noodls1 month ago Universities still recruiting students a month after A-levels  University World News5 days ago Expert Advice for Students on A-Level Results Day  Noodls1 month ago

University secures £1 million investment for respiratory medicine

The Inhalation Translation CRACK IT Challenge, in which the University of Hertfordshire is a partner, has won an investment of £1 million to complete the second phase of the competition. Run by the National Centre for the Replacement ...
 University of Hertfordshire1 week ago
University of Hertfordshire

Planet-like object may have spent its youth as hot as a star

An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Hertfordshire, has discovered an extremely cool object that could have a particularly diverse history - although it is now as cool as a planet, it may have spent much of its youth as hot ...
 University of Hertfordshire1 month ago Can A Planet-Like Object Start Its Life Blazing As Hot As A Star?  Universe Today1 month ago Cool! Planet-Like Object May Have Once Been as Hot as a Star  Space.com3 weeks ago Planet-Like Object May Have Once Been As Hot As A Star  Red Orbit1 month ago
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Letter: Rhea Martin was a formidable operator

Rhea Martin was a formidable operator. I worked for the University of Hertfordshire as Rhea's career was coming to its close and recall her, by then retired and a visiting professor, as a very effective chair of the university's ethics committee, ...
 ACQ Magazine1 month ago

Unis warned over exams 'turbulence'

A major shake-up of exams could cause serious "turbulence" to university admissions in three years time, headteachers have predicted, with fears that sixth-formers may be left facing more entrance tests to win a place. Urgent discussions about the ...
 MSN UK2 days ago

MSU Staff Get Stands

OVER 300 Midlands State University lecturers and staff members were allocated low-density residential stands in Gweru on Saturday. The lecturers and staff members were each given a residential stand measuring 1 500 square metres in Hertfordshire.
 AllAfrica.com2 days ago

Is this the end of use-by labels?

London - She is barely out of university, but a bright young inventor has come up with an idea that could spell the end of use-by dates on food. Solveiga Pakstaite, 22, has developed a label that changes texture as the food inside the packet goes ...
 South Africa Star1 week ago
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