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 ... DNA, 1 week ago
Clearly our range of initiatives and policies around this issue is helping to drive this message home," the Spokesperson said.DNA, 1 month ago
The University of Nottingham released a statement from Mansfield's family today confirming his death a day earlier.DNA, 2 months ago MRI pioneer and Nobel laureate Sir Peter Mansfield passes away at 83 News on Air, 2 months ago
"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 Rediff.com'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.com, 3 weeks ago
Sending and receiving threatening, offensive comments, images or videos on social media can trigger negative perceptions for the importance of school and learning, especially among female teenagers, finds a study.According to researchers from Nottingham Trent ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
‘After all that Claudio Ranieri has done for Leicester City, to sack him now is inexplicable, unforgivable and gut-wrenchingly sad’ IMAGE: Claudio Ranieri. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images . Even by the standards of modern soccer management mayhem, the vertiginous rise and equally stunning fall of Leicester City coach Claudio Ranieri takes the breath away. The Italian was sacked by the Premier League club on Thursday less than 24 hours after his team battled to a creditable ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Claudio Ranieri leaves behind a golden legacy as Leicester City's fairy tale turns to dust DNA, 1 month ago
The world's oldest surviving merchant map - a 17th century 'Selden Map of China' which shows shipping routes reaching as far as India - may have been painted using Indo-Persian pigments and binders, scientists say. The 1.6x1 metre map - which depicts ancient ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
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