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  • Maths venture to help banks cut risks
    University of Edinburgh
    Banks could be helped to curb their losses in the event of a financial crisis, thanks to an...
  • New Book Aims to Provide Students with a Different Approach to Learning Maths – 'Mathematics as a Language'
    Trinity College Dublin
    The School of Physics at Trinity College launched a new book that is an attempt to provide students...
  • Study sheds light on daily rhythms
    University of Edinburgh
    Insight into how biological clocks adjust to less sunlight in the winter could help us understand...
  • LSE professor inspires Parliamentary rethink on voting reform
    London School of Economics
    The Government is being urged to revise its agenda for electoral reform by MPs and members of the...
  • Bacteria-plant cooperation lasts for millions of years
    University of Utrecht
    A team of scientists from the NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and Utrecht...
  • Overuse of the internet is very high among UK children says new study
    London School of Economics
    Excessive use of the internet is very high among children in the UK with one in five admitting they...
  • Strong coupling between atmospheric CO2- and temperature change
    University of Utrecht
    Variations in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) were strongly coupled with...
  • Assessing Climate Change
    University of Edinburgh
    A firm started at the University is helping Scotland to measure up in the fight against climate...
  • Uncovering the mysteries of climate history in Southern Patagonia
    University of Barcelona
    Charting the paleoclimate in regions of Patagonia and reconstructing the dynamics of glaciations...
  • Drug cuts stroke risk in heart patients
    University of Edinburgh
    A new drug could significantly reduce the risk of strokes and blood clots in patients with...