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Safeguarding sturgeon

Researchers are one step closer to developing an online map that would help Mid-Atlantic fishermen avoid catching Atlantic sturgeon. The team found they could make useful predictions about sturgeon lo
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High insecticide resistance found in the flea vector for plague in Madagascar

Madagascar is one of the countries with the highest incidence of bubonic plague in the world. As insecticides are highly important in controlling the spread of plague, researchers from the Institut Pa
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Leading bugs to the death chamber: A kinder face of cholesterol

Cells of our immune system kill pathogens by enclosing them in a compartment called the phagosome. The pathogen-containing phagosome is physically transported to execution chambers (lysosomes) by nano
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Scientists take key step toward custom-made nanoscale chemical factories

Scientists have for the first time reengineered a building block of a geometric nanocompartment that occurs naturally in bacteria to give it a new function.
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Watch: Super Bowl Ad: Budweiser's PSA with Helen Mirren

Actress Helen Mirren speaks out against drunk driving.
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Watch: Super Bowl Ad: With Mountain Dew, A Puppy, Monkey and Baby Collide

Mountain Dew said its "Puppymonkeybaby" ad will be the first in-game ad for Mountain Dew in more than 15 years.
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Popular Finance

 

‘The small print comes back to bite you’: Baffled by those ever more complex internet and phone offers? Don’t worry, confusing ads may soon be...BroadBANNED!

Millions of household bill-payers are bamboozled by ‘confusion pricing’ used to promote broadband deals. But media watchdogs are gearing up to scrap the practice. Lisette Davidson has struggled.
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'My insurer rejected my claim for a brain tumour': So Legal & General, what’s stopping you paying up this time?

Ruth Dunn's claim was rejected as her insurance company ruled that she had failed to disclose a previous neurological check-up.
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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: What a pig’s ear this Government is making of our pensions - tin hats ready...we’re doomed!

Their ongoing assault on pensions is already having an adverse impact on the propensity of people to save and build funds for the time when they work no more. Is that really what the Government want
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'My office savings scheme enabled me to buy a house': How to make the most of your work’s perks - from life insurance to help with homebuying, your job gives more than just a salary

With pay rises expected to stall at just two per cent for the third year in a row in 2016, it is time to squeeze extra value from your workplace perks. Rachel Webster (pictured) has benefited
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'I prefer the sound of vinyl records': That old vinyl collection? It could be music to your ears

Our renewed love affair with vinyl has created a huge growth in the value of collectable old records. Brigid Harrison-Draper (pictured) is an avid collector.
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Looking for something to do today? Try Reseda Boulevard in Northridge

One of six events planned for Los Angeles' “Great Streets” program kicks off Saturday afternoon on Reseda Boulevard in Northridge. Between 2 and 6 p.m., locals can swarm the section of Reseda betw
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Republicans prepare to debate ahead of New Hampshire primary

More from Trail Guide Feb. 5 Democratic debate draws little interest from viewers Feb. 4 Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders sparred in New Hampshire debate Feb. 3 Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton part
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Chinese private bank opens in Qeshm Island

Qeshm, Feb 6, IRNA – Preliminary agreement for inauguration of a branch of a Chinese private bank in Qeshm Island was signed during a high-ranking Chinese delegation's visit to the island.
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Promoting private sector Iran's priority in post-sanctions era

Bushehr, Feb 6, IRNA – Head of Iran's Chamber of Commerce Mohsen Jalalpour said on Saturday that Iran's main priority in the post-sanctions era should be promoting the private sector.
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