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Bath in the Papers - 2005 archive

December 2005

30 December 2005
Helping families of drug and alcohol misusers Isle of Man Today
Tracy Beaker backs paper Bath Chronicle
Stefan Wolff letter: Africa's conflicts Telegraph
50 Things we know now Culpeper Star Exponent, USA
Voice of reason: Research debunks 'Barbie ideal' LiveScience.com
Tau is vision council chairperson Daily News, Botswana
Voice of reason: Research debunks 'Barbie ideal' Yahoo News

29 December 2005
Tanzania appoints new PM ahead of cabinet naming Reuters, South Africa
Tanzania appoints new PM Chronicle, Zimbabwe
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool'
Irish Examiner, Ireland
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' BreakingNews.ie, Ireland
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' Evening Echo, Ireland
New prime minister Daily News, Tanzania
Multimode fiber thinks it's single-mode Photonics.com, USA
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' Ireland Online, Ireland
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' Unison.ie, Ireland
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' Wexford Echo, Ireland
Barbie dolls no longer 'cool' Anglo Celt, Ireland
A dress-up doll for retro girls (Scram, Barbie) New York Times, USA
HBOS's Contrarian dollar view makes it top currency forecaster Bloomberg, USA
This week in the world Roanoke Times, USA
What a doll! Barbie helps leave childhood behind Asbury Park Press, USA
Mama-rama: Taking Barbie off her pedestal Hub, USa

26 December 2005
Fersk doktorgrad Tønsbergs Blad, Norway

25 December 2005
Play it smart Boston Globe, USA
Giving Barbie the chop The Age, Australia

24 December 2005
Maybe a warning label needed Troy Record, USA
Boozy Brits need to learn to be more like French Bath Chronicle
Sally Sez column Edmonton Sun, Canada
£3.4m scientific research award BBC News
The Beastie Bakery Boys Louisville Courier-Journal, USA
Editorial: The childish praxis of evil San Antonio Express, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated DisInfo.com
British research study reveals that little girls love to torture Barbie American Chronicle, USA

23 December 2005
Children know that someone cares Bath Chronicle

22 December 2005
Some young girls mutilate their Barbies All Headline News

21 December 2005
Girls torture Barbie dolls Health24.com, South Africa
Barbie torture is childs play Female First
Many girls hate, torture Barbie dolls Yahoo News
Idea of Barbie provokes strong reaction in kids Baltimore Sun, USA
Torturing Barbie a rite of passage Stuff.co.nz, New Zealand
Barbie torture "cool" among young girls: research Xinhuanet, China
Researchers find young girls don't always treat Barbie with care abc11tv.com
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated China Daily, China
Plant defenses prompt bacterial countermeasure Biology News Net, Canada
It happens only in Australia Mid-Day Mumbai - Bombay, India
Plant defenses prompt bacterial countermeasure in the form of 'island' DNA excision Innovations Report, Germany
Barbie torture "cool" among young girls CRI, China

20 December 2005
Researcher discovers obesity is reducing the effectiveness of injections Newstarget.com,Taiwan
A call to bridge the social divide The World Bank
Radical rethink for festival city Bath Chronicle
MP wants city to get its share Bath Chronicle
Command performance People Management Magazine
Girls beat up on their Barbies, small study says Chicago Sun-Times, USA
High price to pay for pain in adolescence StaffNurse.com
Researchers find girls often mutilate Barbie dolls Republican American, USA
Young girls often mutilate Barbie, study finds Sun-Sentinel, USA
Researchers: Barbie often is mutilated Journal Star, USA
View from a broad Guardian
Drinkers are losing battle with the bottle Lincolnshire Echo
Kids turn to torture as Barbie loses sparkle The Telegraph India
Barbie bashing big in Britain News Max
Wineke: Barbie, beware Wisconsin State Journal, USA
Beware, Barbie! Kids find torturing fun ABC News
Young girls may actually hate Barbie, torture her! Mumbai Mirror, India
British girls love torturing Barbie dolls KTVO, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated abc7news.com, USA
Researchers: Barbie often mutilated KDKA, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated WTOP, USA
Researchers: Barbie often mutilated CBS 11, USA
Researchers: Barbie often mutilated KUTV, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated CBS 5, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated WCBS, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated CBS4Boston
Barbie, beware CourtTV, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated CBS 5, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated cbs4denver.com, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated WJZ, USA
Hate me because I'm beautiful? Charlotte Observer, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated CBS 2, USA
Researchers: Barbie Often Mutilated CBS2 Chicago, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Boonville Daily News, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Durant Daily Democrat, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often Mutilated The Porterville Recorder, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often Mutilated Mexico Ledger, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often Mutilated Wyoming News, USA
Barbie-torture a right of passage, study finds CTV.ca, Canada
Barbie abuse reported in Britain WAVY-TV, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain WBOC TV 16, USA
Girls love to hate Barbies People's Daily Online, China
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KESQ, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KLFY, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KRIS-TV, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KFVS, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain Eyewitness News, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KXAN-TV, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KTRE, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KRON 4, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain WHO-TV, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain WOI, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated by young girls In-Forum, USA
Barbie abuse reported in Britain KVOA.com, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Local6.com, USA
Girls often 'torture' Barbies, researchers say CBC News, Canada
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Fort Worth Star Telegram, USA
Latest craze - Barbie torture NEWS.com.au, Australia
Researchers find young girls don't always treat Barbie with care 13abc.com, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Infoshop News, USA
Researchers find young girls don't always treat Barbie with care 7Online.com, USA
Girls 'love to torture' Barbie News24, South Africa
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated The Ledger, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated The State, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Tuscaloosa News, USA
Girls often 'torture' Barbies, researchers say CBC British Columbia, Canada

19 December 2005
Barbie dolls face grisly end The Mail on Sunday
Piger hader Barbie Berlingske Tidende, Denmark
Dolling out punishment to Barbie Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia
Why little girls like to torture Barbie Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Barbie dolls become 'hate' figure BBC News
Girls admit to Barbie torture Manchester Evening News
Working to keep up good relations Bath Chronicle
Barbie cops a beating Ninemsn, Australia
Barbie targeted NEWS.com.au, Australia
Children turn to torture as Barbie loses her sparkle Telegraph
Barbarism begins with Barbie, the doll children love to hate Times Online
Reservoir Dolls? Spiked
Girls bash Barbies in Britain United Press International, USA
Girls burn Barbie in hate ritual Mirror
Girls bash Barbies in Britain Webindia123, India
Image is everything to panty brigade Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Girls love to hate Barbie The Sun
Girls torture and burn dolls as a 'rite of passage Glasgow Daily Record
Barbie all the rage for irate girls The Age, Australia
Barbie turns favourite subject of barbarism for girls! Webindia123, India
When girls attack … Barbie Blogging Baby
Chronic teenage pain costing almost £4 billion per year Medical News Today
Barbie targeted Northern Territory News, Australia
Plant defenses prompt bacterial countermeasure EurekAlert, USA
Dolly Die Anorak
Barbie Victim Of Torture Sky News
Girls bash Barbies in Britain NewKerala.com, India
Study: 'Barbie' Butchery Is Normal Child's Play Forbes
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Pioneer Press
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Press of Atlantic City
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Seattle Post Intelligencer, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Houston Chronicle, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Forbes
Sugar and spice and torturing Barbie
Globe and Mail, Canada
Barbie abuse reported in Britain WIS, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Times Picayune, USA
They Hate "Barbie" in Britain WZZM, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Flint Journal, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Monterey County Herald, USA
Girls enjoy torturing Barbie dolls, study finds Toronto Star, Canada
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Bradenton Herald, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Ely Times,  USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated New York Newsday, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Herald News Daily, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Akron Beacon Journal, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Leading The Charge, Australia
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated News & Observer
Researchers: 'Barbie Torture' Common Among Young Girls FOX News 
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated The Conservative Voice, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Contra Costa Times, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated OregonLive.com, USA
Barbie often mutilated by young girls, British study finds AZ Central.com, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Fresno Bee, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated by young girls San Diego Union Tribune, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Newsday, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Los Angeles Times, USA
Researchers find Barbie is often mutilated Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated Guardian
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated phillyBurbs.com, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated WRAL.com, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated CBS News, USA
Researchers Find Barbie Is Often Mutilated ABC News, USA
Barbie torture a new way to play Advertiser Adelaide, Australia
Barbie doll is hate figure Edinburgh Evening News

16 December 2005
Booze killing more people every year ic NorthWales
Forscherin hält britische Trinksitten für "unreif" Berliner Morgenpost, Germany
UK Minister seeks cultural accord with Kingdom Arab News, Saudi Arabia

15 December 2005
Alcohol-related deaths add to drink law fears The Times
Hidden cost of teen pain in the UK almost £4 billion per year News-Medical.net, Australia
UK's high cost of teenage pain BBC News
Arusha Conference urges to bridge social divide noticias.info, Spain
Arusha Conference urges to bridge social divide Harold Doan and Associates, USA
Arusha Conference urges to bridge social divide The World Bank, USA
Teen pain costs £4 billion DeHavilland
Okoro gets Commonwealth 800m spot BBC Sport
On track to raise cash Bath Chronicle
Teen pain costs £4 billion netdoctor
Students show kids fun side of university Bath Chronicle
Teen pain: Hidden cost in the UK almost £4 billion per year Medica, Germany
Songs of festive cheer ring out Bath Chronicle

14 December 2005
Bath alumnus devises performance criteria for councils Guardian
African aid is failing to work Bath Chronicle
Out in force to deliver festive safety message Bath Chronicle

12 December 2005
Chief's chat reinforces Relentless campaign Avon and Somerset Constabulary
RIBA President's Medals 2005 - Winners Announced Azobuild.com

10 December 2005
Lectures with mix of topics Bath Chronicle
Feeding the homeless this Christmas Bath Chronicle
Tycoon plans to set up 'learning centre' in city Bath Chronicle

9 December 2005
Asthma reviews by phone don't count for QoF, say PCTs EHI Primary Care

8 December 2005
Codeschloss sichert Gemälde Handelsblatt, Germany
John is rowing to Tanzania via Dover icSurrey
European Research Group unveils the "Clever" three wheeler Edmunds.com/Inside Line, USA
Richard Stiff appointed new Executive Director of Children's Services North Lincolnshire Council
Students sleep rough for appeal Bath Chronicle

7 December 2005
UK housewives choose Heinz Baked Beans as ‘most desired' grocery ag-IP-news Agency, Jordan
Heinz Baked Beans 'most recognisable brand' Life Style Extra
New online dating website caters only to singles who prioritise The Open Press

6 December 2005
UK housewives choose Heinz Baked Beans Response Source
Website caters only to singles who prioritize physical fitness PR Leap
UK housewives choose Heinz Baked Beans as ‘most desired' grocery Kamcity

5 December 2005
Parent-child connection shapes brain ABC News, USA
Bath revamps flagship programme Financial Times
Students raise cash for RUH children's ward Bath Chronicle
All lit up for Christmas Bath Chronicle

3 December 2005
This means we love Heinz Baked Beans Glasgow Daily Record

2 December 2005
Country gets ready for Best funeral UTV, Ireland
Weekend arts highlights Bath Chronicle
Childcare helps reduce stress levels for mums and children News-Medical.net, Australia
Here's what we did with two theatres Bath Chronicle

1 December 2005
Provisional, indicative HEIF3 allocations Guardian
Cutting the carbs Higher Education and Research Opportunities
The real cost of Aids ESRC Society Today
Outback of the net Soldier Sport
Science student numbers decline The Wessex Scene
It's robot wars for children Bath Chronicle

November 2005

30 November 2005
Dangers of drink spiking highlighted by students Bath Chronicle
Bright young things SupplyManagement.com
Heinz named UK's 'most desired' brand by shoppers BrandRepublic
Desktop manufacturing Salon, USA
Förskola kan minska barns stress Vi Foraldrar, Sweden
Chronicle gears up for season's carols Bath Chronicle
Without students city would be a graveyard Bath Chronicle

29 November 2005
Back Page: Hound - Between the lines in the past week's media Children Now
Injektionen: Dicker Po braucht lange Nadel NetDoktor, Germany

28 November 2005
Obesity stops jabs hitting target
BBC News

26 November 2005
GPs to ask men to open up The Observer
Horizontal gene transfer, bacteria adapt to new or changing environments Xagena.it, Italy

24 November 2005
Daycare calms children of stressed mothers Nursery World
Asthma care can be delivered successfully by targeted routine telephone triage Medical News Today

23 November 2005
Quick-fire ideas get firms firing BBC News
Childcare may reduce child's stress level Ivanhoe, USA
Dating website caters only to singles who prioritize physical fitness Emediawire
Moms miserable with their work pass on the trauma to kids LaSalute.net, Italy
New online dating website caters only to singles who prioritize physical fitness PR Web, USA

22 November 2005
Neglect 'leaves a physical mark' BBC News
Early neglect has a physical as well as psychological effect News-Medical.net, Australia
Neglect 'leaves a physical mark' Journal of Turkish Weekly, Turkey
Top bands in charity battle Community Newswire
Unsatisfied, working moms have stressed kids LaSalute.net, Italy
Daycare can relieve child's stress myDNA.com
How bacteria become drug resistant myDNA.com
Mom's job stress may spread to kids Daily News Central, USA
Moms miserable with their work pass on the trauma to kids Earthtimes.org
Consumer Debt - An Illness Which Needs to be Treated Early Creditman
Why nurseries can help cut the stress in children's lives Telegraph
Childcare reduces stress levels for kids with working mums Medical News Today
Children of unhappy working mothers develop stress Newindpress, India
Beating the odds The Citizen
Innovative Tauschbörsen Telepolis, Germany
Besser angepasste Bakterien "stehlen" genetische Informationen Der Standard, Austria

21 November 2005
Mother's stress 'is contagious' Times
Risk to children from mothers in stressful jobs Guardian
Childcare 'can cut child stress' BBC News
Gene swapping helps bacteria adapt Scientific American
Mom's unhappiness at work stresses kids United Press International
Unhappy mom = unhappy child Indiatimes, India
Neighbours in a bid for unity Bath Chronicle
'Sex' helps bacteria cope with a changing world Science Daily
Mother's stress 'is contagious' LaSalute.net, Italy
The Plant Doctor Checkbiotech.org, Switzerland
Sex life of bacteria under the microscope LaSalute.net, Italy
Agilisys pilots text alerts to help young 'financial phobes' manage debts PR Newswire
Children of unhappy working mothers develop stress LaSalute.net, Italy
Working mums: Childcare reduces stress levels for kids Medica, Germany
Children stressed by working mums Monsters and Critics
Gene swapping helps bacteria adapt
LaSalute.net, Italy
Children of unhappy working mothers develop stress NewKerala.com, India
Kids pick up on mothers' work stress Daily Mail
Childcare reduces kids' stress DeHavilland
Childcare reduces stress levels for kids with working mums Innovations-Report, Germany
‘Sex' helps bacteria cope with a changing world innovations report, Germany
Geheimnis der Anpassung: Auch Bakterien kennen eine Art Sex Berliner Morgenpost, Germany
Bakterien stehlen genetische Informationen Pressetext Deutschland, Germany
Daycare relieves children of stress All Headline News, USA
House of Commons Hansard Debates - Transport The United Kingdom Parliament
Kids feel Mum's stress FemaleFirst

20 November 2005
Unsatisfied, working moms have stressed kids Times of India, India
Sainsbury's once and future King The Business, USA
Children of unhappy working mothers develop stress Webindia123, India
Gene swapping helps bacteria adapt Scientific American
Sex life of bacteria under the microscope Science a Gogo, USA
Why nurseries can help cut the stress in children's lives Telegraph
Consumer debt - An illness which needs to be treated early
PR Newswire
Study of how bacteria change their metabolic networks News-Medical.net, Australia
Bacteria can adapt resistance Daily Mail
Heard in the Hive - People Times of Malta

19 November 2005
HealthWrap: Childcare conundrum Monsters and Critics
Specialist academy set to expand BBC News

18 November 2005
Childcare conundrum United Press International, USA
The NGfL guide to festive drama 2005 National Grid for Learning
Sup around the clock Bath Chronicle
The plant doctor Standard, Kenya
Pain relief all done with mirrors Australian, Australia

17 November 2005
The Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year PR Newswire

16 November 2005
Laser-Scan part of buoyant spatial market DirectionsMag.com, USA
Students help children in giant-size table football match Bath Chronicle
South West England schools enter international robotics challenge SWRDA
Peace talks Bath Chronicle

15 November 2005
The eyes have it Bath Chronicle
Leadership changes in strategic business units at Cognis NPIcenter
Engineers create new iris reader BBC News
Brits claim breakthrough in iris recognition technology Life Style Extra
Eye recognition The Engineer online
Top sport nutritionist and expert in sport and exercise medicine Malta Independent

14 November 2005
Dyson's helping hand in memory of visionary Bath Chronicle
Awards honour city heroes young and old Bath Chronicle
Plans may be too late Bath Chronicle

13 November 2005
Rheumatoid arthritis, cannabis-based medicine relieves pain Xagena.it, Italy

10 November 2005
Rheumatoid arthritis, cannabis based medicine eases pain Medical News Today
Cannabis eases pain - report Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Cannabis 'relieves pain of arthritis'
Age Concern England
Carbon reduction project's £800,000 boost Freshinfo

9 November 2005
Cannabis-based medicine relieves arthritis symptoms Daily News Central, USA
First study to use a cannabis-based medicine for treating arthritis News-Medical
Cannabis 'relieves pain of arthritis' DeHavilland
Cannabis-based medicine relieves the pain of rheumatoid arthritis Innovations-Report, Germany
Cannabis high eases joint pains
LaSalute.net, Italy
Cannabis high eases joint pains BBC News
Cannabis 'eases pain caused by arthritis' Scotsman
'Cannabis eases pain of arthritis' Daily Mail
Drug's medical benefits Sky News
Cannabis shows medical benefits Ananova
Arthritis sufferers' pain eased by cannabis-based drug Bath Chronicle

8 November 2005
Mirrors can trick the brain into recovering from persistent pain Science Daily
'Cannabis eases pain of arthritis' Virgin.net

7 November 2005
How pain is cured by looking in a mirror; painting by numbers Times

4 November 2005
A mirror can trick your brain to relieve your pain! Hindustan Times, India
Fitronics MD wins Young Entrepreneur of the Year award Leisure Opportunities Daily News
Processors slow in cutting greenhouse gas, researchers say Food Production
Cutting carbon emissions in the food industry
Innovations-Report, Germany

3 November 2005
Universities given £6m to build business links Guardian
Pain in the limbs? Look in a mirror Daily News & Analysis, India
Mirrors can help people with persistent pain Dominican Today, Dominican Republic
Mirrors to trick the brain could help people with persistent pain LaSalute.net, Italy
A mirror can trick your brain to relieve your pain! NewKerala.com, India
Mirrors can help people with persistent pain Medical News Today
A mirror can trick your brain to relieve your pain!
Webindia123, India

2 November 2005
Looking in the mirror cures pain in limbs Hindustan Times, India
Pain in the limbs? Look in a mirror Newindpress, India
Tricking your brain can relieve pain
Newsinferno.com, NY
Pain in the limbs? Look in a mirror
Webindia123, India
Pain in the limbs? Look in a mirror NewKerala.com, India

1 November 2005
Concepts for a low carbon future BBC News
30-minute test for meningitis Daily Mail
Ease pain by taking a good look at yourself New Scientist
Mirror can trick your brain into easing pain Telegraph
Mirrors as a therapy for complex regional pain syndrome Med Gadget - USA
Mirrors to trick the brain could help people with persistent pain News Medical
The Beginning: scientists unpick the genetics for the first 15 minutes of life 24x7 Updates - India
Trick mirror treatment developed La Salute - Italy

October 2005

31 October 2005
Gene responsible for controlling first 15 minutes of life identified Dominican Today
Mirrors can trick the brain into recovering from persistent pain Innovations Report - Germany
Trick mirror treatment developed BBC News
HR must focus on crucial role of front-line managers in delivering
effective people management
Payroll & HR Press (Pay per shop)

30 October 2005
Gene responsible for controlling first 15 minutes of life identified Medical News Today

29 October 2005
Sportsview: Swoopes' candor shows progress Orlando Sentinel - USA

28 October 2005
Genetics of earliest stages of gestation examined News Factor Magazine - USA
Genetics of life's 1st 15 minutes studied New Kerala - India
Genetics of earliest stages of gestation examined Sci-Tech Today
Space designs from ants and squirrels BBC News
'Start of life' gene discovered iAfrica

27 October 2005
England releases wiped-out beavers CBC News - USA
Fertility key found by British scientists Times
Genetics of life's 1st 15 minutes studied UPI
Scientists have identified the gene which explains why eggs fail to produce a zygote News Medical
Scientists unpick genetics of first 15 minutes of life Science Daily
Scientists unpick genetics of first 15 minutes of life Innovations Report - Germany
'Start of life' gene discovered BBC News

26 October 2005
Biomimicry for green design World Changing
Display to mark plot anniversary Bath Chronicle
Research round-up; Photonic crystal fiber Optics Org

25 October 2005
Testing times for car emissions Bath Chronicle

24 October 2005
An open studio to go News Forge
Discussion over student rental fears Bath Chronicle
Graduate wins scholarship in Asia Bath Chronicle

22 October 2005
Astronomer to discuss pulsars in UNC lectures Kinston Free Press - USA
Jury service for Jackson Bath Chronicle

21 October 2005
Dame Kelly Holmes tells Amy Iggulden why she wants to get teenage girls interested in sport Telegraph

20 October 2005
City businesses showcase talents to investors of the future Bath Chronicle
Millions given aids hope Bath Chronicle
New company wins spot in awards final Bath Chronicle
Praise for Gates fund Bath Chronicle

19 October 2005
10 million Britons suffering pain BBC News
The Garnett Foundation has teamed up with Mark Saxton Online Recruitment

17 October 2005
Acute lack of services for children in pain in UK RxPG News
Help needed for children in chronic pain Bath Chronicle
Rapid tests for meningitis and MRSA are being developed
RxPG News

15 October 2005
Hollywood's silicon stars to get makeover Yorkshire Post

14 October 2005
Cannabinoids - Antidepressant And Inflammatory Bowel Disease Treatment Med India
Research to improve film and game industry Innovations report - Germany

13 October 2005
UK team to develop InP-based terahertz imagers Compound Semiconductor.net
University trio play vital role in nobel triumph Bath Chronicle

12 October 2005
Adventurer to give talk on travels Bath Chronicle
Concerted effort to improve our health Bath Chronicle
Driver's journey to a new career Bath Chronicle
Every child to recieve free sports coaching Bath Chronicle
Joint venture is a clear winner Bath Chronicle
New device to stop theft of paintings Art Daily - USA
Shh - students are urged to keep their noise down Bath Chronicle

11 October 2005
Americans line up for campaign Bath Chronicle
University of Bath Guardian

10 October 2005
Pricey education in the UK Cafebabel - France

8 October 2005
When fat is a family issue Times Online

5 October 2005

Funding to ease financial worry Bath Chronicle
Bath alumnus gets naked to row Atlantic Bath Chronicle
Cartography of catalysts RSC

4 October 2005

This mortal toil Guardian
Surgeon tells of ops of future Bath Chronicle
Design to help foil art thieves Bath Chronicle
More reasons for students to smile Bath Chronicle
More space is needed to encourage new firms Bath Chronicle
Ken Figueredo joins Pyramid Research to lead consulting
Tekrati
Pyramid Research strengthens consulting practices and global presence Business Wire - USA

3 October 2005

Student wins prize for art device BBC News
University in line for top national award Bath Chronicle
New device to stop theft of paintings wins Euro prize Security Park
Let's welcome the students Bath Chronicle

1 October 2005
Software agents for public-health research BJHC

September 2005

29 September 2005

Attracting students to good advice Bath Chronicle
Are we in the middle of a mass extinction? RxPG NEWS, CA
On the move Billerica Minuteman, MA
The stronger the research, the greater its potential ic Wales

28 September 2005
Research teams losing digital information Medical News Today
The stronger the research, the greater its potential ic Wales

27 September 2005

County consuming `unfair share' Community Newswire

26 September 2005

Freshen up to crime prevention Avon and Somerset Constabulary

24 September

Scientists look for new understanding of pain Taipei Times - Taiwan
Why we must all start changing our behaviour Bath Chronicle

23 September 2005

WIT best positioned to lead university drive Waterford News - Ireland
Cancer surviver gives hope to others ic SouthLondon.co.uk

22 September 2005

Top marks for universities in student survey Bath Chronicle
Students' Union bars win national praise Bath Chronicle

21 September 2005

Let's make the most of the Olympics Bath Chronicle
Open-label extension studies: An ethical dilemma Honeycomb Connect, Canada
Scientists test diabetes patch at university Bath Chronicle
Needle-free injections to help diabetes vaccine administration RxPG News, USA
Acolyte Biomedica to expand BacLite RapiTECT range PharmaLive.com

18 September 2005

GEMS holds symposium on International Baccalaureate program Strategiy - United Arab Emirates

17 September 2005

Centre to study death is opened BBC
New smart clothing will help regulate body temperature addict3d.org
A survivor's story Malaysia Star, Malaysia

16 September 2005

Open grief shows modern world has one eye on the grave Independent
Coffins are so last century for Britons seeking life after death Guardian
Centre to research attitudes to death Bath Chronicle
UK engineer breaks fuel-economy record net-composites
Higher education comes under scrutiny at Kilkenny conference Waterford News - Ireland
On the delegates of death Guardian
Students to make a difference in Larkhall Bath Chronicle

15 September 2005

Death gives life to academic research centre Guardian
Research gets personal for death academic Guardian

14 September 2005

Bath pharmacy graduate helps others BBC
Town and gown links are showing improvement Bath Chronicle

13 September 2005

Honorary graduate - Prof Sir Hermann Bondi - dies Telegraph
Doubts raised over drug studies' scientific merit Bath Chronicle
International conference on death, dying and disposal Medical News Today
Profits soar at Vectura drugs company Bath Chronicle
GEMS to host International Education Symposium AME Info - United Arab Emirates
Pharma dupes drug volunteers Red Herring - USA
Researchers call for end to ‘cynical use' of drug studies Medical News Today
Breaking the record The Engineer online
Drivers panic Bath Chronicle

12 September 2005

Eco car travels into record book BBC
Stop ‘cynical use' of drug studies, say researchers Drug Researcher.com - France

10 September 2005

Hard and fast rules for sprint training The Training Room
Sparkling epitaphs Times

9 September 2005

Bequests will not fill pensions gap government warned IFA online
Pain with Dick and Jane Canadian Occupational Safety - Canada
Discovery set to drive things round the bend Bath Chronicle
Idea might revolutionize safety devices Monsters and Critics.com
Software agents could help to find medical answers Bath Chronicle
Through a glass brightly Bath Chronicle
Freemasons' funds build equipment for disabled toddlers Bath Chronicle

8 September 2005

£600,000 grant for world-class good idea Bath Chronicle
Simple idea may revolutionise safety devices Azom.com - USA
Exciting moves on learning front for DIY forecasters Bath Chronicle
Touristikexperte wechselt in die Wissenschaft idw-online - Germany
Terrorism is alien concept to Islam Bath Chronicle

7 September 2005
Engineer creates bumper protector BBC News
Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters Science Daily
Software “agents” could help unmask reality of disease clusters innovations report - Germany
A positive outlook on pain myDNA.com

6 September 2005
Statistics could have spotted mass murderer New Scientist
Crime Scene Investigation: Can maths tell what happened? physorg.com - USA
Körber Prize 2005: Taking light onto new paths PR Newswire
The number's up for sleuths Bath Chronicle

5 September 2005
Positive thinking a pain reliever BBC News
New theory traces mad cow disease to animal feed exported from India
ABC Online - Australia
Positive thinking a pain reliever Health Sentinel 

3 September 2005
University Chaplain discusses Hurricane Katrina Bath Chronicle
Stefan Wolff on the lost tribes of Europe TIME magazine

2 September 2005
Theory: Mad Cow caused by human remains in feed All Headline News - USA
Bruker Daltonics appoints Michael Schubert as Executive Vice dBusinessNews Boston - USA
Dr Stephen Charlton to present the 2005 L. Ray Buckendale Lecture SAE international - USA
'Human remains link' to BSE cases Journal of Turkish Weekly, Turkey

1 September 2005
Calling all couch potatoes - have a heart Bath Chronicle
David Brown comments on mad cow theory BBC News
Bruker Daltonics appoints Michael Schubert as Executive Vice PharmaLive - USA
Bruker Daltonics appoints Michael Schubert as Executive Vice Genetic Engineering News - USA
Bruker Daltonics appoints Michael Schubert as Executive Vice Business Wire

August 2005

31 August 2005

Engineer alumnus demonstrates all right moves Bath Chronicle
Advantages of being abroad Cavalierdaily - USA

29 August 2005
Eva Kolinsky - former Bath German prof - dies Guardian

27 August 2005
Medical research 'allows better quality of life' Bath Chronicle

26 August 2005
Best for work, rest and play Graduate Engineer
UK keen on admitting foreign students News Today
Why don't we want to speak German? Bath Chronicle

25 August 2005
Teambath mark 2012 Olympics with fun day Bath Chronicle
Pesticide-proof flies have an edge The Hindu - India
UK scientists suggest that primordial soup was hot Cordis News

24 August 2005
The moment of truth Herts Times 24
Brookklands students open up in radio show Woking News and Mail
Pupils defend quality of A levels Devon Midweek Herald

23 August 2005
University hopes to serve 24 hours Bath Chronicle
You can have any course you want - as long as it's German Bath Chronicle

22 August 2005
Symonds outshone by Sarwan's gentle touch Telegraph

20 August 2005
F1 honour for student Jason Bath Chronicle

19 August 2005
Children meet olympic idol Bath Chronicle
Disappointed? Help is at hand Bath Chronicle
Is anybody out there? Bath Chronicle
Pope addresses youth at jamboree Mercury
Research and Markets - Yeast in food
Business Wire

18 August 2005
A blessing in disguise Guardian
Not comparing like for like Bath Chronicle
The year of living adventurously Guardian
Warning to students as sex attacker still at large Bath Chronicle
Maths couple have it all figured out ic Wales

17 August 2005
After the tsunami: Peace in Aceh, but war in Sri Lanka Daily Telegraph
Primordial soup served hot? Discovery Channel - USA
The year of living adventurously Guardian

16 August 2005
Bowel disease may respond to cannabis-derived drugs MedPage Today - USA
Cannabis for colitis eyed
Ottawa sun - Canada
The Young Architect of the Year Award 2005 Dexigner

15 August 2005
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle Science Daily - USA
Small businesses & interns can be a good mix Westchester County Business Journal - USA
Cannabis-like drugs may help bowel disease ABC Science Online - Australia
Cannabis-based drugs might relieve bowel disease Macon Area Online - USA

14 August 2005
Cannabinoids drug for inflammatory bowel MedIndia - India
In some cases, genetic resistance takes on a life of its own I-Newswire.com - USA

13 August 2005
Cannabis drugs might relieve bowel disease Independent Online - South Africa
Tahinci set for the drive of his life
Bath Chronicle
Tomorrow's stars host special day Bath Chronicle
Cafe culture or a licence to be lairy? Bath Chronicle

12 August 2005
Cannabis-based drugs might relieve bowel disease Reuters - USA
Cannibis based drugs may be solution to bowel disease All Headline News - USA
Cannabis drugs might relieve bowel disease MSNBC - USA
Cannabis-based drugs might relieve bowel disease - RedNova - USA
Cannabinoids show promise for inflammatory bowel disease Medscape - USA
Smoothing life for students and residents Bath Chronicle
Boffins banish bugs with slug-free salad Bath Chronicle
Learning to live together Bath Chronicle
Helen is set to make her mark ic Solihull

11 August 2005
Lifesavers seek cash boost ahead of league competition Bath Chronicle

10 August 2005
University celebrates name change victory Bath Chronicle
Bath student to run a Jordan GrandPrix.com

9 August 2005
The superflies that grow stronger on pesticides Telegraph
DDT-resistant insects given genetic boost that helps resistance I-Newswire.com
Laying the final taboo to rest Bath Chronicle
Students urged to have jab to protect against meningitis Bath Chronicle
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle and point to 'hot soup' I-Newswire.com
DNA error tolerance points to life's warm beginnings Science a Gogo 
Why flies can help save lives Bath Chronicle

8 August 2005
In some cases, genetic resistance takes on a life of its own Eurekalert -USA
DDT-resistant flies gain advantages
Washington Times - USA
Easing into a new term Bath Chronicle

6 August 2005
The blast that left a legacy of pain Bath Chronicle

5 August 2005
Cannabis-based drugs could aid in treating bowel disease Join Together - USA
Claims marijuana eases pain of bowel disease aren't just puffery Globe & Mail - Canada
Aircraft industry ponders its future - News letter - Ireland
Ulster summit to assess impact of air travel boom - Belfast Telegraph - Ireland

4 August 2005
Men, women and pain Globe & Mail - Canada
Commerce for tomorrow's world Bath Chronicle
Cannabis-based drugs could offer new hope Medical News Today

3 August 2005
Cannabis may offer relief from bowel disorders Forbes
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle and point to ‘hot soup’ at the origin of life Innovations Report - Germany
Selective singles turn to niche web sites to find love and companionship PR Web
City to host conference on death Bath Chronicle
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle Red Nova - USA
Parkinson's treatment on a patch Bath Chronicle

2 August 2005
Cannabis-based drugs could offer new hope I-Newswire - USA
Cannabis-based drugs could offer new hope for inflammatory bowel disease patients
Innovations Report - Germany
Cannabis offers hope to bowel disease sufferers 4RFV - Ireland
Book deciphers jargon Bath Chronicle
Patch may help treat Parkinson's BBC News
S. Sudan succession prompts White Nile uncertainty Sudan Tribune
Primordial soup where life began on earth was hot and not cold News Medical
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle and point to ‘hot soup’ at the origin of life Phys Org
Scientists crack DNA puzzle, point to 'hot soup' at origin of life Science Blog

1 August 2005
Bowel study backs cannabis drugs Turkish Weekly
Cannabis could help irritable bowel Life Style Extra
Cannabis drugs may benefit those with bowel disease News Medical
Cannabis for inflammatory bowel disease myDNA
Cannabis hope for bowel disease Times
Cannabis 'to treat bowel diseases' Daily Mail
Cannabis may help relieve bowel disease Telegraph
Cannabis may soothe inflamed bowels New Scientist
Dope helps fight bowel disease Australian Doctor
Gut instinct says dope can help fight bowel disease The Australian
S. Sudan succession prompts White Nile uncertainty Sudanese Online

 

July 2005

31 July 2005
Bowel study backs cannabis drugs BBC News

30 July 2005
Experts warn of us pester power tactics on young
Bath Chronicle

28 July 2005
Nintendo Competition Day 6 Aug Source Wire

27 July 2005
Cleaner transport through engine ‘neurosurgery’ and re-cycled cooking oil Innovations Report - Germany

26 July 2005
Fitness, aging, interval training & HGH Fit Commerce - USA
Five scholars to get final briefing on UK courses Gulf Daily News
Students run up more debts for graduation Bath Chronicle

25 July 2005
TeamBath launches Fitness Academy Leisure Opportunities

24 July 2005
Language skills can bridge barriers JS Online - USA
The Good Life 50Connect

23 July 2005
Firm's new game shows that it's good to scratch Bath Chronicle
Unexploded bombs are a 'lottery win' for police Bath Chronicle

21 July 2005
Pain perception - sex and drugs Economist
Project to help millions of people avoid starvation News Medical
Summit organisers name keynote speakers Community Newswire
Top degree for young high-flier BBC News
Women in business - the conundrum of the glass ceiling Economist

20 July 2005
Art or propaganda? San Francisco Bay Guardian
Britons prefer to enjoy life than save for inheritance New Zealand Herald
Britons prefer to live for today Mercury - South Africa
Children in chronic pain need better support eMaxHealth
Majority of Britons 'won't worry too much about leaving an inheritance' The Mature Market
New project to help improve the diet of the world’s poor Innovations Report - Germany
Plant study to tackle starvation BBC News
New project to help improve the diet of the world’s poor Checkbiotech - Switzerland
Women feel pain more than men, research shows eMaxHealth

19 July 2005
Britons want to enjoy life not leave inheritance Reuters UK
Honour for a top professor Swindon Advertiser
Inheritance? Sorry, but we've spent the lot Scotsman
Britons want to enjoy life not leave inheritance NewKerala - India
Most want to spend it all before they die
Telegraph
OAPs put life before inheritance icBerkshire
Pension's popularity is a matter of choice Scotsman
Pensioners opt for the good life This is Money
People less likely to leave inheritances Money News
Majority of Brits not worried about leaving inheritance IFAonline
Self indulgent pensioners Female First
Selfish Brits 'not leaving any inheritance' Life Style Extra

18 July 2005
Better maternity rights don't help women Personnel Today
Parents 'have no legacy worries' BBC News

16 July 2005
Scientist throws his energy into solar study Bath Chronicle

14 July 2005
Breathing new life into old balls Graduate Engineer
Research goes on to enhance tapioca's nutritional content The Hindu Business Line
Scientists improve nutrition value of critical African crop All Africa
Why agony goes on for terror victims' families Bath Chronicle

13 July 2005
The very defensive caterpillar Innovations Report - Germany
Dr Robert Vaughan chosen by federal Liberals for Prince Edward-Hastings Community Press online - Canada

12 July 2005
Would you Adam and Eve it? Telegraph
Are you trying to make my brain hurt? Gilroy Dispatch - USA

11 July 2005
Biomimetics, technology that mimcs nature Mongabay
Business IT systems: the need to match models Earthweb
Can we ever hope to end the suffering? Bath Chronicle
Danforth Center researchers secure Gates Foundation Grant AScribe

10 July 2005
Women feel pain more than men I-Newswire - Netherlands
Women react to pain differently than men USA Today

9 July 2005
Women feel more pain in their lifetimes Women's E-news

8 July 2005
Chance to help stars of future Bath Chronicle
New centre for pioneering research Bath Chronicle
Terror expert claims attack was inevitable Bath Chronicle
Women feel more pain Sun
Women hurt more Mirror

7 July 2005
Game opens students eyes to inequality This is Somerset
At least we have clean teeth
Post Gazette
Aussie project helps young beat anxiety Bath Chronicle
Author back in Bath for book signing Bath Chronicle
Counting on fun icNewcastle
Ecstasy for University Bath Chronicle
Jubilation Bath Chronicle
Scientists use meteors to investigate climate change and giant waves at 'edge of space' Science Daily - USA

6 July 2005
Cash alone may not be enough Bath Chronicle
Need for better support for chronic pain in children Medindia
Phu nu de dau hon dàn ông Viet Nam
Women suffer more than men Live Science
Women suffer more than men Yahoo

5 July 2005
Children in chronic pain need better support, say researchers Medical News Today
Men 'better at coping with pain' Daily Telegraph
Ouch … study finds men cope better with pain than women Herald
Pain hurts women - research Staff Nurse
Truth hurts: women feel pain more than men Scotsman
Why women are wimps Daily Record
Women are the real wimps This is London
Women feel pain more than men New Kerala - India
Women feel more pain Net Doctor
Women feel more pain DeHavilland
Women feel more pain than men! Sify.com
Women feel pain more than men British Nursing News
Women feel more pain than men, research shows Science Daily - USA
Women have lower pain threshold than men, study shows Irish Examiner
Women feel pain more than men, research shows Medical News Today
Women feel pain more than men Hindustan Times - India
Women feel the pain more than men Daily Mail
Women feel pain more than men India Times
Women have lower pain barrier Times
Women have lower pain threshold than men, study shows Scottish Examiner
Women less tolerant of physical pain Earthtimes

4 July 2005
Children in chronic pain need better support Innovations Report - Germany
Gender difference in pain experience Medindia.net
Men cope with pain better than women Life Style Extra
Study reveals pain of being a woman Daily Mail
Superbug expert explodes MRSA myths Bath Chronicle
The pain of being a woman UTV
Women feel pain more than men BBC News
Women feel pain more than men, research shows Innovations Report - Germany
Women feel pain more than men, research shows Science Blog

July 2005
Business looking for answers, too Greenbiz

 

June 2005

30 June 2005
UK materials teams join Napoleon's campaign Graduate Engineer

29 June 2005
Clive V. Bennett appointed President, Patheon U.S.A. and President and Chief Operating Officer of MOVA Pharmaceutical Corporation Canada News Wire

28 June 2005
Women are no longer happy in their work, says study Daily Telegraph
Women get equality of job blues Scotsman
British women’s job satisfaction takes a tumble Innovations Report - Germany

27 June 2005
Increasing number of women ‘dissatisfied' with jobs 4 National News - Northern Ireland
Increasing number of women ‘dissatisfied' with jobs
Jobs Nation
Increasing number of women ‘dissatisfied' with jobs Regional film and video - Belfast
Job satisfaction for women workers in serious decline Personneltoday.com
Women's job satisfation is falling Life Style Extra

25 June 2005
Discover the wisdom of China’s cave dwellers The Peninsula On-line - Qatar

23 June 2005
Empty promise The Dispatch - USA

22 June 2005
University spin-off firm celebrates £3m profit Bath Chronicle
International poverty in the spotlight Bath Chronicle

21 June 2005
How to find true job satisfaction Economic and Social Research Council
Poor friendliness rating 'does not reflect reality' Bath Chronicle
Why growing up is now a 'bling' thing Bath Chronicle

18 June 2005
Fox is a head-hunted species Scotsman

16 June 2005
Aluna cria metodo que da sobrevida a bolas de tennis ANUP Pesquisa - Brazil
Bolas de tênis ganham sobrevida
Respire Melhore - Brazil
Deadly new bug in wards Glasgow Daily Record
Discussions on the EU's future International Herald and Tribune
Inglesa cria método para prolongar uso de bolas de tênis Portal VSP - Brazil
New superbug is linked to 39 deaths at hospital P2PReactor.com
Shooting stars to predict climate change FelixOnline
Two new superbugs kill as many as MRSA Daily Mirror
Tennisball Power tk-logo - Germany
Invention breathes new life into tennis balls Higher Education and Research Opportunities (HERO)

15 June 2005
Ball Boost Yahoo
Indian front-runner for world customs body post
Web India 123
Langer Atem für Tennisbälle Morgenwelt - Germany
New superbug linked to 39 deaths This is London
New ball please... Scienzz ticker - Germany
Students hold party for cancer charity Bath Chronicle
Student keeps tennis balls bouncing - Tiscali
Tennis ball gadget full of bounce Western Daily Press
TV star to speak out on poverty Bath Chronicle

14 June 2005
Bath student puts the bounce back in tennis balls Guardian
Invention breathes new life into tennis balls Innovations Report - Germany
Silicon copies Guardian
Student Aimee's invention keeps tennis balls bouncing Scotsman
Wimbledon or bust: young Brits on long road to glory
Independent
Invention breathes new life into tennis balls PhysOrg.com

13 June 2005
Business looking for answers, too Ethical Corporation Magazine
Holiday of a lifetime prize Bath Chronicle

9 June 2005
Activists blast SF Museum's exhibit of Tibetan art Phayul.com - Tibet
Technology that imitates nature Economist

8 June 2005
A forerunner in education All Africa

7 June 2005
New infection scare in hospitals Telegraph

6 June 2005
12 deaths creates new infection scare in UK hospitals News-Medical.net

5 June 2005
New kids on the high street cut a dash with fast fashions Observer

4 June 2005
Is e-dating the way forward? PR Leap

2 June 2005
The machine that can copy anything CNN - USA

1 June 2005
Lasers built into fiber-optics Technology Research News

 

May 2005

31 May 2005
Businessman holds the key to being locked out Bath Chronicle
Design of an anti-smoking pill Chemical and Engineering News

24 May 2005
Call for action to stop spread of 'toxic' MRSA Times online
'Increasing threat' to green belt BBC News
New curbs on student housing Bath Chronicle
MP aims to end fight over Coate Swindon Evening Advertiser
Students win accolades Bath Chronicle

23 May 2005
Scientists use meteors to investigate climate change Innovations Report - Germany
Scientists to probe upper atmosphere The Scotsman
A degree of culture shock awaits... Daily Telegraph

20 May 2005
podcasts - do they offer education benefit Handheld Learning Forum

19 May 2005
MP's surprise at Coate planning application Swindon Evening Advertiser
Australia beckons for award-winning doctor Bath Chronicle
University work is helping new ideas take off Bath Chronicle

18 May 2005
How to breed robots Daily Telegraph

17 May 2005
Degree for trainee social workers BBC News
Plant pest resistance boosted The Scientist
European identity: an end to nationalism? In the Fray
University degree to improve social work Swindon Evening Advertiser

14 May 2005
Honour for singing star Bath Chronicle
£5.5m lease project led by university BBC News

13 May 2005
Pharmaceutical history of Bath 50connect.co.uk
Famed Soprano to get honorary doctorate Scotsman

12 May 2005
Active vaccine prevents mice from developing prion disease Newswise - USA
Universal constructor: replicating machines newbrainframes.org - Italy

11 May 2005
The European fix Macleans - Canada
Self-cloning robots are a chip off the old block New Scientist

8 May 2005
Pig molecule to combat superbugs BBC

7 May 2005
Can EU, born from war, survive peace? International Herald Tribune - France

5 May 2005
Liberal Democrat aims to be the youngest in house Bath Chronicle

4 May 2005
Looking inside glass Physics Web

3 May 2005
Building research seminar adjacent to BE conference 2005 Business Wire - USA

2 May 2005
The Chew Magna zero waste project GraduateEngineer.com

 

April 2005

30 April 2005
Peter Pelham, educator, dies at 74 Annapolis Capital - USA
Englishman finishes round-the-world record attempt Cyclingnews.com - USA

28 April 2005
Clearswift announces Jon Lee as new CEO Business Wire - USA
Election interview: Hywel Lloyd FelixOnline

27 April 2005
Leaders of the pack Reading Evening Post
Britain: university student debt reaches record levels World Socialist Web Site - USA

26 April 2005
Where have all the posters gone? BBC
Sustainable tourism - an economic saviour? AllAfrica.com
A test too far for academics Times
Ambition among senior nurses for shaping the research agenda Medical News Today
Quietly sprouting: A European identity International Herald Tribune - France

24 April 2005
Not so jolly hockey sticks The Observer

22 April
Hospital bug becomes issue in Britain Guardian

21 April
Iraq-based Bulgarian helicopter is shot down, killing nine Bloomberg - USA

20 April
Iraq's Talabani says bodies of hostages retrieved Bloomberg - USA
Green belt battle rages Bath Chronicle
PDD hosts Institution of Engineering Designers event Creativematch

19 April
University objects to College's name change Bath Chronicle
University of Bath - friendly university Guardian
Guardian University Rankings 2005 Guardian

16 April
Bath's friendly giant seeks a permanent front-row seat Independent
Stevens proves quick learner after bursting from the pack Times

15 April
The 2005 K örber Prize: new paths to knowledge and progress ITNews - Italy
Koerber-Prize Athens News Agency - Greece
Waiting lists 'will have to rise' while hospitals battle against superbugs Telegraph
Binge-drinking study to probe alcohol adverts Scotsman
Overturning the vote of no confidence Financial Times
Drink branding power investigated BBC
Doubts raised over superbug target Guardian
The upshot if the French vote 'no' International Herald Tribune - France

14 April
Bed shortages hampering MRSA fight This is London
A lungful of fresh air for UK biotechnology
Financial Times
Bed shortage spreads bug The Sun
Bed shortages hampering MRSA fight ic Wales
Bed shortages hamper MRSA fight Daily Mail
Hospital bed shortages hampering superbug fight Scotsman

13 April
Amazing double life a growing trend among Muslim girls Pretoria News - South Africa

11 April
'Free Tibet' push fades as India-China ties warm Christian Science Monitor

10 April
'Free Tibet' push fades as India-China ties warm USA Today

9 April
Superbug stays under cover as politicians wage germ warfare Financial Times

8 April
How big a threat is MRSA really? BBC News

1 April
Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950s pandemic, study suggests Medical News Today
Pandemic bug returns as community MRSA strain
New Scientist
Experts fear superbug pandemic
Daily Mail
Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950s pandemic, study suggests Innovations Report - Germany
Scientists Fear Pandemic of Superbug Caught in Public Edinburgh News

March 2005

25 March
Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950s pandemic, study suggests EurekAlert 31
Childhood MRSA on rise in Labour years Guardian

23 March
Mystery of baby's superbug death Guardian
Superbug kills a baby two days old
Guardian

10 March
Funding boost for city university BBC News

9 March
Call to end ban on affairs between officers and ranks Telegraph

8 March
Ban on Army Relationships 'Impractical' Scotsman
Call to end Forces sex ban Manchester Evening News
Army relationships ban 'outdated' BBC News

4 March
Slimline tonic GraduateEngineer.com
Britons have 'low financial IQ' Daily Mail
Low 'financial IQs' mean future money worries Guardian
Britons have 'low financial IQ' ic Solihull.co.uk
Britons suffer from low Financial IQ FemaleFirst.co.uk
UK's weak grasp of money matters BBC News

3 March
We can't just scrub out this bug Guardian
MRSA - A bug's life The Sun

1March
Superbug that moves faster than science Daily Telegraph
FIA says claims of superbug in gyms are unfounded Leisure Opportunities Daily News
MRSA bug that could be lurking in your gym Daily Mail

 

February 2005

28 February
Dr Leila Talani presents lecture on dollar and euro Hamilton College News - USA
Concerns over community superbug BBC News
MRSA alert in gyms This is London
'Health club' superbug claims 100 victims Telegraph
Community superbug victims rising, experts warn Daily Mail
Health chiefs on alert Daily Mail
Small Business: How I made it'- Bath alumnus Times

23 February
University database a real work of art Guardian

20 February
New strains of superbug can kill in 24 hours Guardian

17 February
Students' union gets safety prize BBC News
Science: Grant will help research flu bug Kerala Next, India

16 February
Vectura drug developer holds steady Times
Valuable lessons for start-ups Electronics Weekly
Howard launches plan to tackle 'MRSA 'superbug scandal' 4National News

15 February
Grant will help research flu bug BBC News
Deliberate Self-Harm in Adolescents: the Importance of Gender Psychiatric Times, USA
Bath alumnus appointed Director of Paradigm Oil & Gas Inc Business Wire
Grant develops flu-fighting technology Scotsman
Inside the future The Age - Australia
Love blooms on the net New Kerala - India

14 February
A suitable job for a woman BBC News
94% success rate for cyber dating Manchester Evening News
Cupid's arrow hitting home on Internet: study ABC Online, Australia
Online dating 'good for romance' BBC News
Forget champagne, online chat is the way to woo Guardian
Cupid's Arrow Hitting Home on the Internet: Study Keralanext, India
Online dating 'good for romance' Keralanext, India
Meeting Online Often Leads To Second Dates WJACtv.com
Internet Dating More Successful Than You May Realize WTOPNews, USA
Internet dating much more successful than previously thought PhysOrg.com
Internet dating surprisingly effective myDNA.com
Cupid's arrow hitting home on the Net CIOL - India

13 February
Cupid's Arrow Hitting Home on the Internet -Study Reuters
Net dating successful, says study BBC News

11 February
Ministers aim to expand capacity in NHS Financial Times

10 February
UK MRSA problem caused by contagious 'clones' 4ni.co.uk
MRSA in the UK result of superbug clones FemaleFirst.co.uk
Nasty clones causing MRSA problem Journal of Turkish Weekly - Turkey
Superclones blamed for MRSA epidemic DeHavilland - UK
Nasty clones causing MRSA problem BBC News
Superclones of MRSA 'caused epidemic in NHS' This is London

9 February
Health, nasty clones causing MRSA problem Keralanext - India
Professor reveals Irish rugby fans are brightest Bath Chronicle

8 February
Grand opening of £1M double-decker suite Bath Chronicle
New labs extend Bath's research capabilities EE Times UK
Government under fire over MRSA Femail (Daily Mail)
Finger shows rational thought News 24.com - South Africa

7 February
Helping make a brave new world Bath Chronicle
Your fingers reveal so much about you Independent online - South Africa
Ireland's rugby fans 'are smartest' Independent
Professor reveals Irish rugby fans are brightest Bath Chronicle
Sex diseases on the rise Streatham Guardian
Bath architecture rated 2nd in UK, 7th in world archsoc.com

6 February
Irish win Six Nations teaser test Ireland Online
Third Government eProcurement seminar 2 March PublicTechnology.net
Betfair should leave point scoring to our rugby team Sunday Times

5 February
Wolff asks: Where now for a democratic Iraq? Western Daily Press

2 February
Mice: Genetically superior to humans? Discovery Channel - USA
Binding of non-natural 3'-nucleotides to ribonuclease A European Journal of Biochemistry

 

January 2005

31 January
Software brings photos to life CNN International - USA

30 January
Iraqis vote in first election amid violence bloomberg - USA

29 January
Bush says Iraq elections will mark `milestone' in war on terror bloomberg - USA

28 January
Allawi May Gain at Expense of Shiite Rivals in Iraq's Election bloomberg - USA

26 January
Fruit fly prompts rethink - Red Nova - USA
Theory on evolution of essential genes is overturned by new finding Innovations Report - Germany

25 January
Hominid inbreeding left humans vulnerable to disease New Scientist
Ancient inbreeding caused disease BBC
Seeking Security Through Culture Islamonline
Lack of potential mates has lead to "sloppy" gene control and risk of disease for humans Innovation Report
Ancient inbreeding linked to illness Timesonline
Disease Risk for Humans over Small Ancestral Gene Pool Scotsman.com
Grand designs Guardian

20 January
Splitting up because they can't or won't speak to each other ic.Wales

19 January
People on the move in-pharmatechnologist.com

18 January
Mental illness emerges as unseen killer inter press service news
London's STD ‘hotspots' targeted through new technology Medical News Today
London's STD 'hotspots' targeted through new technology GeoCommnity
STD "hotspot map" to improve treatment? uk.gay.com
Adam Pengilly profile - Bath bob skeleton/alumnus Telegraph

16 January
Dial M for myth Telegraph

15 January
Author sees religion as global political issue Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, USA

14 January
Dentists in decay ic.Wales
Terms of Reference agreed for ORWAT'S review of periodic 2004 review a2gay.org.uk

12 January
Subway franchisee association names Tom Seddon (Bath alumnus) as CEO Business wire
Really cricket Prism magazine

11 January
Can Abbas bring lasting peace? Western Daily Press

10 January
David Nelson (Bath alumnus) named President and CEO of Leadership Houston Business wire
The harm that local politics makes of aid Telegraph

9 January
Will new diet have Britain's fitness phobics dancing in the aisles? Independent

5 January
Students still at risk from mumps Bath Chronicle

4 January
Listen and learn - Bath's new foundation degree in addiction counselling Guardian
Profile: Sainsbury's chief Justin King - Bath alumnus BBC News

 

December 2004

Plans for Industrial Institute The Scotsman 31 Dec
'Jigsaw plan' reveals personality
BBC News 30 Dec
Worm inspires 'comfortable' test BBC News 26 Dec

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