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Does microfinance really alleviate poverty? The 34-billion-dollar question

Does microfinance really alleviate poverty? The 34-billion-dol...

Frithjof Arp , University of Nottingham Despite around US$34 billion in funding and numerous microfinance initiatives to help entrepreneurs in the world’s poorest countries, informal moneylenders and predatory loan sharks continue to thrive. Designed to ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Alien honeybees could cause plant extinction, explains study

'Alien' honeybees, which are artificially introduced into the environment for research purposes, compete for resources with native bees and may threaten plants that rely on interactions with specific pollinators, a study has warned. Scientists from Anglia ...
 DNA5 days ago

'Pillownauts' to help study adverse effects of space travel!

Scientists are enlisting the help of 'pillownauts' to examine a potentially serious adverse effect of space travel and weightlessness on the human body. A 3-day bed rest study is being carried out at the University of Nottingham in the UK along with a 60-day ...
 DNA5 days ago

The Selfieccino: It's the next level of selfie obsession

Now you can order a cup of coffee with your face on it! Turkhan Baghirov compares his selfie to his Selfieccino at The Tea Terrace in House of Fraser department store in London on December 21. For £5.75, customers can send a photo to the barista, who then applies the image to the foam of the coffee using edible food dye, from a fine art printer.Photographs: Leon Neal/Getty Images.   Just when we thought we had seen all kinds of selfie madness a new selfie trend has emerged out of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Scientists Declare Clicking Selfies A Mental Disorder; UP CM Will Slap Penalty On Selfies!  Trak.in1 month ago Clicking too many selfies may be a real disorder: study  Business Standard2 months ago

Are you suffering from Selfitis? Take this test to find out!

The term that was coined as part of a satire article has now been deemed a genuine mental condition! Photograph used for representational purpose only.Photograph: @narendramodi/Twitter.   In 2014, a spoof news story coined the term 'Selfitis' to describe obsessive selfie-taking and suggested that the American Psychiatric Association was considering classifying it as a disorder. It prompted researchers at Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom and Thiagarajar School of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Dolly the sheep health fears unfounded: experts

Dolly the sheep - the first mammal cloned from an adult cell - did not develop early arthritis or age prematurely, a study has found.Experts at the University of Nottingham and University of Glasgow in the UK found that original concerns that cloning caused ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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