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Bath in the Papers - 2007 archive

December 2007

31 December 2007
Pass me the chequebook....I want to waste a few billions more! EArticlesOnline.com

29 December 2007
Cristiano is great but Becks is better The Times, South Africa

28 Decmber 2007
Uni set to pull out of town in summer Gazette & Herald
Uni set to pull out of town in summer Swindon Advertiser
Uni set to pull out of town in summer This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working, research says NewsRx
Why Cristiano Ronaldo holds the trumps in goalkeepers’ guessing game Times
More than 250,000 teachers quit under Labour because of rowdy pupils and red tape Daily Mail

27 December 2007
Year of change Bath Chronicle
Student's national accolade for project to help homeless Bath Chronicle
Bridge victory at last Bath Chronicle
Eco businesses take lead Bath Chronicle 20 December 2007
Team is up for the crack Bath Chronicle
Students keen to show what they've learned Bath Chronicle
Thousands of teachers 'flee unruly classrooms' Telegraph.co.uk
Thousands of teachers 'leave job' BBC News
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK's health gap, shows study Calibre Macro World
Teachers 'quit jobs' in thousands BBC
Cancer drug breakthrough Western Daily Press

26 December 2007
Creating Artificial Tiny Vessels Alalam News Network, Iran
Major status boost is just the business for Chester school Evening Leader
Artificial blood vessels 'closer' BBC

25 December 2007
New short courses for local business people HULIQ, USA
Scientists develop new drug candidate to outflank cancer resistance HULIQ, USA

24 December 2007
Protestanter jobber mer Forskning.no, Norway
80后留学生 贵州都市报, China
英国名校吸引 观光者 惠州新闻网, China

22 December 2007
Katherine White, William Aron New York Times, USA

21 December 2007
Christmas walks Telegraph.co.uk
2008用聪明办法留学英国 中青在线, China
Bennett’s oldest History Boy Jewish Chronicle
p0751 BC-BabyDrivers 12-20 0741 Hays Daily News
Babies do the driving in Delaware lab WTOP Radio, USA
World class science park takes another step A2 Mediagroup
Solar cells in the spotlight Electronics Weekly
Babies do the driving in University of Delaware robotics lab that seeks to help immobile kids North County Times, USA

20 December 2007
Uni appoints architect firm Bath Chronicle
Sampson May to brand Bath management school Design Week
A Winter wonderland for Danni's big party Bray People, Ireland
Seeking allies: modelling how listeners choose their musical friends Springerlink
Babies do the driving in Delaware lab Calibre Macro World
Web-savvy ex-academic becomes environment spokesman Guardian
Janne helps team smash world record Bath Chronicle
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working, research says Calibre Macro World
Babies do the driving in Delaware lab CBS News, USA
Babies do the driving in Univ. of Delaware robotics lab that seeks to help immobile kids KCBS, USA
Massive Canadian oilfield could be exploited using new UK system Macro World Investor
Babies do the driving in Delaware lab Associated Press, USA
Team is up for the crack Bath Chronicle
Students keen to show what they've learned Bath Chronicle

19 December 2007
Central Singers in such good voice Chichester Observer
Winner of the University of Bath's Arts Centre design competition announced Taxi Design Network, USA

18 December 2007
RIBA: University of Bath TAXI Design Network, USA
Attosecond light gets pulses racing LabnewsOnline
Central Singers in such good voice Crawley Observer
Central Singers in such good voice Worthing Herald
Central Singers in such good voice Chichester Today
Novel solid phase methodology accelerates peptide synthesis Laboratory Network
BRE Trust receives prestigious 'Lamp of Knowledge' award 2007 BRE

17 December 2007
University podcasts receive award BBC News
英国研发重油水平井火烧油层开采技术 中国石油新闻中心, China
Petrobank accelerates 2008 activity levels in all three business units Trading Markets, USA
Petrobank accelerates 2008 activity levels in all three business units Market Wire
Women persist in trying to look younger Earthtimes
Women persist in trying to look younger United Press International
Ex-Alsager school pupil to open store Northwich Guardian
Ex-Alsager school pupil to open store Congleton Guardian
Novel solid phase methodology accelerates peptide synthesis Labhoo

16 December 2007
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working News-Medical.net, Australia
Solid phase methodology for fast peptide synthesis Laboratory Talk
The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Times

15 December 2007
异域情怀:选择英国便选择一种生活方式 上海热线 , China
In city today Deccan Herald, India
£300000 backing for green technology firm nebusiness.co.uk
Attosecond light gets pulses racing Labnews Online

14 December 2007
Wrinkle cream not working? Give me two more New York Times, USA
Special needs education questioned Bath Chronicle
Novel solid phase methodology accelerates peptide synthesis BioResearch Online, USA
Concerns for special needs pupils The Press Association
Novel solid phase methodology accelerates peptide synthesis PharmaLive.com, USA
Special needs concerns raised ATL Education News
Inspirational students rewarded Daventry Express
Help for special needs children 'matter of class, race and gender' Guardian
Schools struggle to deal with special needs pupils - condemning them to poor education Daily Mail
F-Star appoints three pioneers in antibody engineering and development to its newly established scientific advisory board Bionity
Salute: cure estetiche, meno funzionano, più si usano The Instablog, Italy
UU to take part in EPSRC project Irish Emigrant, Ireland
New student block receives eco-friendly design award CMD First Source
UNITE Group sells EUR338m of assets to USAF, Morley property fund Property EU
Optical supercontinua finally explained Wireless Net Designline

13 December 2007
Campionati naz. in NZL - I In evidenza Gibson e Ingram Nuoto.it, Italy
Anti-drinking adverts may backfire
Bath Chronicle
Ros is a winner Bath Chronicle
Download caravan game Bath Chronicle
Women persist with 'failed' diets The Press Association
UK: Diageo defends responsible drinking campaign just-drinks.com
Bar chiefs tell punters 'drink less'! South Tyneside Today
Consumers more motivated when cosmetics don't work CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com, France
Unite sells £220m of student accommodation Property Week News
Flying British flag over city will be inspirational Bath Chronicle
A night to remember This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Anti-drinking campaign ads may be 'catastrophically misconceived' Science Daily
Help for special needs children 'matter of class, race and gender' Guardian Unlimited
Shooting for the top The Voice
Optical supercontinua finally explained EETimes.com
Beadles about to restore pride Bath Chronicle
Women base their hopes on plastic surgery treatments that don't work The Cheers, Estonia
Uni arts compex moves closer Bath Chronicle
A Night to remember Swindon Advertiser
Women hopeful on ineffective plastic surgery treatments Zee News
Women Persist In Plastic Surgery And Other Rejuvenating Treatments Medical News Today
Women base their hopes on plastic surgery treatments that don't work DailyIndia.com, USA
Les femmes persistent dans des traitements anti-âge qui ne fonctionnent pas PsychoMédia - QC,Canada
The battle to look younger Bath Chronicle
Honour for pioneer at phone firm Bath Chronicle
Unite sells £220m of student accommodation Property Week News
Women persists in plastic surgery treatments that are not working innovations report, Germany
Women Fueled To Try Beauty Potions Till They Start Working MedIndia, India
Schools struggle to deal with special needs pupils - condemning Daily Mail
Schools struggle to deal with special needs pupils - condemning This is London
Why the cream doesn't match reality Scotsman
Women persist with 'failed' diets Channel 4 News
Producers need to 're-think' responsible drinking ads Food and Drink Europe
Touts profit from sell-out reunion gigs Sky News
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working, research says Science Daily, USA
'Green' air filtration receives major funding Processing Talk
Antibody engineering company f-star appoints three pioneers in antibody engineering and development to its newly established scientific advisory board Pharma Live, USA
Women base their hopes on plastic surgery treatments that don't work newKerala
Thermography collaboration founded The Engineer
University unveils architects Driffield Today
Danny’s Carlisle connection mystery solved by Freda News and Star
Women stick with beauty treatments Macro Calibre World
Bar chiefs tell punters 'drink less'! Shields Gazette
Institute criticises proposed RAE replacement Guardian
Denham defends degree funding cuts Guardian
Student's oarsome stunt wins prizes for university Bath Chronicle
Inspirational students rewarded Daventry Express
Spa university opens campus to B Bath Chronicle
Diageo: sixth of ads will issue warning Morning Advertiser

12 December 2007
'Green' air filtration receives major funding Processing Talk
Study: One-third of former football players have been with other men Windy City Times, USA
Antibody engineering company f-star appoints three pioneers in antibody engineering and development to its newly established scientific advisory board PR Newswire, NY
Women persist with 'failed' diets Channel 4 News
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working EurekAlert, USA
Beauty treatments GMTV
Light is shed on new fiber's potential to change technology Laser Focus World Magazine, USA
Danielle is NEWI head of marketing Daily Post
Women base their hopes on plastic surgery treatments that don’t work TopNews, India
Women base their hopes on plastic surgery treatments that dont work Thaindian.com, Thailand
Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working Science Daily
Anti-drink adverts 'are backfiring' Telegraph
Bath lights the way The Engineer
Diageo accused of 'glamourising' drink Calibre Macro World
Why the cream doesn't match reality Scotsman
Novel solid phase methodology accelerates peptide synthesis Bioresearch Online

11 December 2007
New pilates DVD provides health benefits for the over 50's Earthtimes
Producers need to 're-think' responsible drinking ads Beverage Daily, France
Danielle is NEWI head of marketing Daily Post
Anti-Alkohol-Werbung wirkt kontraproduktiv Telepolis, Germany
Light is shed on new fibre's potential to change technology Space Daily
Secrets behind photonic crystal fibres amazing properties revealed AZoM
Bath - MUMA batte Fretton nel concorso per l'istituto di arti contemporanee di Bath Europa Concorsi, Italy
Scientists discover reason for photonic crystal fibre spectrum broadening supercontinuum behaviour Azonano
Producers need to 're-think' responsible drinking ads Food Navigator
Light sheds on new fiber's potential to change technology Science Daily
Honeypot concert raises £14,500 this is hampshire.net
Teaching should have equal status to research quality if UK universities are to maintain their world class pre-eminence www.raeng.org.uk
New pilates DVD provides health benefits for the over 50's Pressemeldinger.no, Norway
Light is shed on new fibre's potential to change technology Bright Surf
Cascade microtech names Geoff Wild as CEO Trading Markets, USA
Lime Fund acquires Bath University student accommodation Aviva
Managing strategic risks in financial services Wilmott

10 December 2007
Anti-drinking adverts 'may glamourise problem' Yes Insurance
Should alcohol and kids advertising be in the cross-hairs? Guardian
Anti-drink ad 'not effective' Guardian
Light sheds on new fiber's potential to change technology Science Daily
Anti-binge ads not working, study says Irish Health, Ireland 
Journals watch 101207 Healthcare Republic
Anti-drinking ads “misconceived” mad.co.uk
Anti-drinking ads may be "misconcieved" Nursing in Practice
Anti-drinking ads which show stupid drunk behaviour inadvertently glamorise News-Medical.net, Australia 
‘Anti-alcoholism’ drive misfires in UK News Locale, India
Anti-drink campaigns 'misconceived' The Press Association 
Schools’ top marks for healthy living Swindon Advertiser
British anti-drinking ads may not work United Press International, USA
Warning on anti-drinking adverts BBC
Cascade Microtech names Geoff Wild as CEO Calibre Macro World
Anti-drink campaigns 'misconceived' Channel 4 News
Light sheds on new fibre's potential to change technology PhysOrg.com, USA
Diageo responds to criticism of its adverts The Publican
Negative ads 'turning people on' to drink The Publican
Anti-drink adverts ‘failing as young enjoy escapades’ Times
Booze warnings could backfire Bath Chronicle
Anti-drinking ads 'backfire' InTheNews.co.uk
Anti-booze adverts 'are backfiring' Sky News
Gym-goers spurred on by fear www.healthcarerepublic.com
Anti-drinking ad campaigns 'catastrophically misconceived' newKerala
Diageo 'proposed more safe drinking ads' Morning Advertiser
Anti-drinking campaign ads 'may be misconceived' 4NI
UK anti-drinking campaign ads may be 'catastrophically misconceived' PhysOrg.com, USA
Alko-kampanjer hjelper ikke NA24, Norway
MUMA beats Fretton to win Bath arts complex BD Online
Light is shed on new fiber's potential to change technology Fiber Optics Online
Anti-drinking ads cause concern netdoctor.co.uk
Anti-drinking campaign ads may be “catastrophically misconceived” Innovations Report, Germany
Objectively measured time spent sedentary is associated with insulin resistance independent of overall and central body fat in 9 to 10 year old Portuguese children Diabetes Care
Sie trinken weiter Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Germany
Next generation of low carbon energy solutions gets underway Innovations Report
The long road to research The Hindu, India
Diageo backs 'Choice is Yours' campaign Harpers
Gb: campagna anti-alcol dà effetti opposti Corriere della Sera, Italy
Celebrity nods don't add up to many votes Washington Times, USA

9 December 2007
Anti-drink campaign aimed at the young is just wasted Times
Warning on anti-drinking adverts BBC News
World's largest engine: Finland's 2,300 ton Wärtsilä RT-flex96C Associated Content

7 December 2007
Early sighting of a new hybrid Building Design
Applied science Timber Trades Journal
Wii wish you a Merry Christmas Swindon Advertiser
Nikon precision’s Geoff Wild appointed new CEO of Cascade Microtech Fabtech 
Next generation of low carbon energy solutions gets underway WebWire, USA
New findings from University of Bath, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology in the area of Sjogren syndrome pathology described Calibre Macro World
Wild named CEO Of Cascade Microtech Calibre Macro World
Chella has the best answers at her fingertips Cambridge News Online

6 December 2007
杨洁篪:中英关系比以往任何时候都好 中国新闻网, China
Fear gets us to the gym Scientific American
Inactivity link to mental decline BBC
How Michael Carrick's ex-room mate has become part of a revolution Daily Mail
The skeleton crew drops in and digs it Bath Chronicle
Degree winners Bath Chronicle
Anti-smoking services close health gap Bath Chronicle
Think you know the museum? Bath Chronicle
Lecture at the University Bath Chronicle
Sporting men and women put on a fine show to raise cash Bath Chronicle
Students elect to find out all about politics Bath Chronicle
British Antarctic Survey wins PR award Cambridge Network
Economic partnership is driving Swindon forward Response Source
IWR Information Professional of the Year Award Information World Review
Next generation of low carbon energy solutions gets underway Science Centric, Bulgaria
Cascade Microtech announces new CEO Reuter
Registration underway for the first Worldskills UK National fitness instructor championships FEnews.co.uk
A smarter way to manage chronic illness University of Ulster Online
Cascade Microtech announces new CEO Business Wire
Edema toxin impairs anthracidal phospholipase A2 expression by alveolar macrophages PLOS Medicine

5 December 2007
Stop smoking NHS clinics 'work' BBC Online
NHS stop smoking services success Nursing in Practice
Stopping smoking, dozing off and old farts Men's Health Magazine
Foreign lifestyle: The Erasmus generation Wanted in Rome, Italy
Die Zukunft der Produktion Technology Review, Germany
Fear gets us to the gym Scientific American
How Michael Carrick's ex-room mate has become part of a footballing revolution Daily Mail, UK
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK's health gap Medical News Today

4 December 2007
Glass ceiling keeps falling The Times
The future of motivation? CBC News, Canada
Bentley Systems: Neues Modellierungs- und Design-Programm Digital-Engineering-Magazin, Germany
E.ON UK and EPSSRC announce £2.1m award funding for UK universities e.on UK
Next generation of low carbon energy solutions gets underway ESPRC
I'm digging that scene, so welcome back, Indy Calibre Macro World
Peak Oil Review Energy Bulletin

3 December 2007
Stop smoking services are reducing UK's health gap HULIQ, NC
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK's health gap, shows study Medical News Today
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK’s health gap innovations report, Germany 
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK’s health gap, shows study News Central 24, A2Media
Suicide link to acne drug officially established Newstarget.com, Taiwan
Agonist-selective mechanisms of GPCR desensitization British Journal of Pharmacology
Activities of mixed NOP and -opioid receptor ligands British Journal of Pharmacology
The long road to research The Hindu
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK’s health gap, shows study medcompare.com
Stop smoking services are reducing the UK's health gap News-Medical.net

2 December 2007
Suicide link to acne drug officially established Newstarget.com, Taiwan

1 December 2007
Study shows fear of being fat a motivator for keeping fit CareFair.com, Switzerland

November 2007

30 November 2007
加拿大巨型油田开采将使用英国研发的新系统(文) 中国科技信息, China
Death knell for university Swindon Advertiser
University to pull out of Oakfield Swindon Advertiser
Cafruny presents seminars in UK as visiting scholar Hamilton College News, USA
Financial Objects further strengthens its Board Bobsguide
Financial Objects appoints Jon Lee non-executive director FinExtra
Dispute over walk's missing link is a bridge too far for residents Bath Chronicle
Suicide link to acne drug officially established News Target, Taiwan
A very poor show, by Ray Jones Public Finance Magazine
Wales drug services slammed News Wales
Alarm at lack of players in v-c hiring Times Higher Education Supplement

29 November 2007
What stroke patients need Bath Chronicle
Power insight Bath Chronicle
Appeal aims to raise £2.7m for the community Bath Chronicle
Toe-to-Heel Air Injection System Technology News Daily
Fear is a great motivator when trying to stay fit Associated Content,USA
Massive Canadian oilfield could be exploited using new system Science Daily (press release)
Vi trener av frykt KK, Norway
Award for helping homeless Bath Chronicle
Fear of flab motivates us, finds survey Bath Chronicle
Adrian Lester, Julie Graham and Hugh Bonneville make history come alive in Bonekickers BBC
Massive Canadian oilfield could be exploited using new UK system Calibre Macro World
Parish celebrates the ring of success as new bells arrive Bath Chronicle
Filming starts in Bath on the drama that makes old bones look sexy Bath Chronicle

28 November 2007
76位“洋”专家宁夏传真经 “借脑工程”为宁夏发展增添 新华网宁夏频道, China
Massive Canadian oilfield could be exploited using new system Science Daily
Oilfield exploitation Technology Horizons
Fear of looking unattractive is what motivates people Yahoo! India
Fear is stronger motivator to get fit than hope MarketingServicesTalk
Fear tops ambition as workout motivation United Press International
Oilfield exploitation The Engineer
Fear is motivator to look good Associated Content, USA
Fear is stronger than hope when it comes to fitness Science Daily (press release) 
Spotlight on traffik nightmare Swindon Advertiser
Fear is stronger motivator to get fit than hope for those worrying about their bodies Innovations-Report
Fear tops ambition as workout motivation Earthtimes.org
Fear is stronger motivator to get fit than hope for those worrying about their bodies, says study News-Medical

27 November 2007
兴奋剂渗入基因领域 兴奋剂界定面临巨大困扰 中国生物技术信息网, China
Fear is stronger than hope for worriers trying to get fit PhysOrg.com, USA
Cycling could get £50m with your vote Bike For All
Trains and boats, no planes Guardian
Tracsis first day dealings Investegate
Leeds transport scheduling spin-out listed on AIM Science Business
Part 1: Written Questions for Answer on Tuesday 27 November 2007 Hansard
Microstructured fiber boosts ultrafast photonics Optics.org
Fear of being ugly a stronger motivator than hope of looking good Science Blog

26 November 2007
B2B appoints MD and FD Daily Research News Online
Research shows web users giving up privacy in exchange for trust PublicTechnology.net

25 November 2007
Research shows web users giving up privacy in exchange for trust PublicTechnology.net
Abbeyfield is champion in the den Gazette & Herald
Pupils win Dragons' Den contest Wiltshire Times
Technology report: 3D printing - 3D opens up the desktop market CMD First Source

24 November 2007
Janek Schaefer Wiltshire Times
EEG-controlled robot arm Technology News Daily, USA

23 November 2007
杨洁篪:从学徒工到外交部长 大众日报, China
Spotlight on human trafficking Swindon Advertiser
Self-replicating replicator Gizmodo.com
Extra tuition and clubs give pupils no rest from learning The Times
Reports outline angiogenesis research from University of Bath NewsRX
Defining: The Issue Gair Rhydd
Early life determinants of physical activity in 11 to 12 year olds: cohort study British Medical Journal

22 November 2007
Push start to a cool career Bath Chronicle
Rammell encouraging learners to continue into Higher Education FEnews.co.uk
Success of online services down to trust VNUNet.com
We need to form the next generation of designers and engineers Bath Chronicle
Internet users give up privacy in exchange for trust EurekAlert!
Mini-Campus under review Bath Chronicle
Success of online services down to trust IT Week
Pavilion sheds drab image with £30,000 of ivory silk and lighting Bath Chronicle
New book examines church's attitudes Bath Chronicle
Media Awards Bath Chronicle

21 November 2007
Bath Uni pulls the plug Swindon Advertiser

20 November 2007
New medical research The Times
Attotechnology could illuminate how electrons move Inventorspot
Bath physicists discover how to better manipulate light Space Daily, USA
Making light work of photonics The Engineer Online
Swindon air quality 'worse than most towns' CMD First Source

19 November 2007
Ministry has other options if cabinet committee says no to appeal Bernama, Malaysia
Manipulating light Scenta.co.uk, UK
Discovery of a new way to manipulate light a million times more efficiently Innovations Report, Germany
Union members told to aim for higher education Abeceder
挤进排行最好的大学 南洋网, China
埃克塞特大学 中青在线, China
Bath physicists' discovery of a new way to manipulate light Chemie.de, Germany
The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories available PR-Inside.com, Austria
Manipulating light a million times more efficiently Technology News Daily, USA
The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories available American Digital Networks ,USA
The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories available now Calibre Macro World
Bath physicists discover new way to harness light Photonics Online, USA
Ultra-speed light created Alalam News Network, Iran
Attotechnology gives highly efficient way of manipulating light that may lead to new branch of photonics Azonano
Union members told to aim for higher education Abeceder
'Acne cure may raise suicide risk' Pulse
Ministry has other options if cabinet committee says no to appeal Bernama, Malaysia
The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories available now Greater Richmond Technology Council
Cannabis – Droge oder Medizin? Naturheilkunde-News, Germany

18 November 2007
New age philosophy The Times
Attotechnology gives highly efficient way of manipulating light AZoNano.com, Australia
Suits and lab coats Chemical and Engineering News

17 November 2007
Discovery of a new way to manipulate light a million times more ...ZPEnergy
Bath physicists' discovery about harnessing light makes Science ...Nanotechwire.com, USA
Emerging attotechnology may help harness light a million times ...TopNews, India
Select Committees - public meetings/membership Hansard
New way to manipulate light a million times more efficiently Science Daily, USA
Emerging attotechnology may help harness light a million times ... Thaindian.com, Thailand

16 November 2007
Spot of bother for anti-acne drug Science Museum
Emerging attotechnology may help harness light a million times more efficiently Thaindian.com, Thailand
Discovery of new way to manipulate light times more efficiently Huliq, USA
Discovery of a new way to manipulate light a million times more efficiently Nanowerk, USA
Light manipulation improved Photonics.com, USA
Discovery of a new way to manipulate light a million times more efficiently PhysOrg.com, USA
A new way to manipulate light more efficiently Science Centric, Bulgaria
Minister and senior trade unionists urge union members to aim at HE Online Recruitment
Bath physicists' discovery about harnessing light makes Science magazine Silo Breaker
Tv virker ikke bedre end print Markedsføring
Photonic route to the high notes Science Magazine
Research and Markets: The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories available now TMCnet

15 November 2007
High-power supercontinua SPIE Newsroom, USA
'North Pole challenge is like starting a business' Swindon Advertiser
New patron for city museum Bath Chronicle
Cheesed-off mice link drug to depression Bath Chronicle
Self-help for people with chronic pain Bath Chronicle 
Learn at the weekends Bath Chronicle
How to be good neighbours- students receive advice packs Bath Chronicle
Uni masterplan under scrutiny Bath Chronicle
Top award for engineer Bath Chronicle
College job helps Dutch study for match days Bath Chronicle
Full text Science Magazine
Generation and photonic guidance of multi-octave optical-frequency ...Science Magazine
Chemical engineer who used a saucepan to develop a way of eliminating radioactive waste wins award CombiChemnet
Over-population will create over-pollution Swindon Advertiser
'I remember sound as friend fell to his death' Cambridge News Online
Sister-in-law caught in the middle Bath Chronicle
Student falls to death from gas tower Bath Chronicle
Tower plunge student had taken drugs, inquest told Bath Chronicle
It's just the business for our town Swindon Advertiser
How to be good neighbours- student receive advice packs Bath Chronicle
Univesity rent that's not to be sneezed at Bath Chronicle
Tributes to tragic worker Bath Chronicle
Competiton winners network at the BPI Times
Student falls to death from gas tower Cambridge Evening News

14 November 2007
Ethical investment tops £5.8 billion in the UK Naturalchoices.co.uk
Rapid manufacturing set to go mainstream Eureka
Inquest hears of gas tower death Bath Chronicle
研究表明:治疗痤疮药物会导致抑郁 (Acne drug) 国际在线
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression A2 Mediagroup
A tree of light tribute to my brave Helen This is Bristol
High-power supercontinua SPIE, USA
'Acne cure may raise suicide risk' Pulse
Aknemittel kann Depressionen auslösen MedizinAuskunft, Germany

13 November 2007
Acne drug Roaccutane 'increases risk of agression and depression' Daily Mail
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression China View, China
What's in a name? Our reputation, for a start Guardian
Acne cure may raise suicide risk, says study Telegraph
Acne drug Roaccutane 'increases risk of aggression and depression' Evening Standard
Acne drug 'linked to depression and suicide' The Scotsman
Mechanism for acne drug's link to depression suggested by new research Science Daily, USA
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression The Hindu
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression Medical News Today
Students to learn the secrets of getting rich and staying happy Silo Breaker
Acne drugs can make teenagers angry Glasgow Daily Record
Rapid manufacturing set to go mainstream Machinery
Rapid manufacturing set to go mainstream Eureka
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug’s link to depression Innovations report, Germany
Acne drug Roaccutane may disrupt serotonin production News-Medical.net, Australia 
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression Frontline, India
Green blue targets Scotland Motor Boat and Yachting
Excellence Award nominations invited Arab Times, Kuwait
Accutane Could Cause Depression by Lowering Serotonin Levels Newsinferno.com,USA
Acne drug Roaccutane may disrupt serotonin production News-Medical
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug’s link to depression Biocompare
DBV Technologies strengthens board of directors and scientific advisory board Biotech Intelligence
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression The Hindu
Un farmaco anti acne causa depressione Paginemediche, Italy
Funnyman Lenny gives students lessons in life This is Bristol
Roaccutane (Accutane in the US) For Acne Linked To Depression Silo Breaker
运动后啤酒更解渴 中国网, China
2008英国大学建筑学专业最新排名(Architecture League Table) 中国教育在线

12 November 2007
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression Medical News Today
Acne drug could make teens 'moody' The Press Association
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression Mathaba.Net
Excellence Award nominations invited Arab Times, Kuwait
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression Hindu, India 
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression People's Daily Online, China 
Acne drug 'linked to depression and suicide' Scotsman
Acne cure may raise suicide risk, says study Telegraph
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression Medical News Today
Acne drug could make teenagers depressed This is London
Acne drug linked to lower serotonin Earthtimes
Acne drug linked to lower serotonin United Press International 
Research reveals mechanism for acne drug link to depression Xinhua, China
Acne drug could make teens 'moody' Channel 4 News
Soap box: Neil McInnes The Herald
Acne drug could make teenagers depressed The Mail On Sunday
Funnyman Lenny will visit College This is Bristol
Acne drug could make teenagers depressed Daily Mail
University consults on masterplan Bath Chronicle
Acne drug linked to lower serotonin Earthtimes.org
Acne drug linked to lower serotonin RedOrbit
Research suggests mechanism for acne drug’s link to depression Health Orbit

11 November 2007
Teenagers' film will help to fight youth crime This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Book Review: The Nature of the Beast Blackwell-Synergy.com

10 November 2007
50 ways to leave your body Times
研究发现运动后喝啤酒比喝水有益 新浪, China
City of Bristol College Awards day This is Bristol

9 November 2007
Lista: De 200 beste universitetene Teknisk Ukeblad
杨洁篪:中国在世界面前的新"名片" 中国网 , China
Gay footballers to star in film The Argus
Event celebrates Swindon's enterprise culture Response Source
On trail of festive top spot Lowestoft Journal
Lenny Henry opens College's university campus FEnews.co.uk
Our dark materials Building.co.uk
Event celebrates Swindon's enterprise culture Response Source
Great workout, now how about a beer? FitSugar.com, USA

8 November 2007
Universities: Little accord on the island The Independent
2008英国大学建筑学专业最新排名(Architecture) 中青在线, China
3D opens up the desktop market PrintWeek
Investiture at Buckingham Palace GOV - Dti
Delving into black holesBath Chronicle
Celebrating festival of light Bath Chronicle
It's bin altered Bath Chronicle
Travel into deep space Bath Chronicle

7 November 2007
Booking a place as top librarian BBC News Devon
How and why to support religion overseas EnerPub - Energy Publisher
How and why to promote religion overseas Foreign Policy In Focus
New oilsands project lands on the horizon StarPhoenix,Canada
Chinese ambassador to US to speak in Indianapolis Indiana University, USA
Bad university! Cafebabel

6 November 2007
Bentley announces trial program for generative design NDTV Profit
Porter carries off a book deal Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Talk to the hand Guardian
Generation game hits half-century Computing

5 November 2007
周文重被任命为中国驻美国大使 不久将赴任 中国驻纽约总领事馆, China
英国大学教育学专业简介 中青在线, China
Bentley annonce un programme d'essai de conception générative Business Wire
Bentley trial program for generative design Building Talk
Bentley annonce un programme d'essai de conception générative BourSonew
Proud Welshman found hanged Student Direct
A pint of beer is better for you after a workout than water, say scientists Daily Mail
Swindon is pollution capital of Wiltshire Swindon Evening Advertiser
Lenny Henry's college visit Weston & Somerset Mercury
Dark side of US footballers revealed! HTTabloid.com
Bentley anuncia programa de teste para projeto criativo WMSL
Solide ranking en studiekeuze-info gewenst Science ScienceGuide, Netherlands
Science jobs and vacancies from Nature jobs Nature.com

4 November 2007
Witt under a cloud as CEO takes study leave Tarankai Daily News, New Zealand

3 November 2007
Researchers find possible cause of pain in fibromyalgia Associated Content, USA

2 November 2007
清洁能源引领世界能源发展战略 科技日报, China
运动后喝啤酒比喝水更解渴 国际在线 , China
A glass of beer is better than water after exercising MedIndia, India
A pint of beer is better than water after a workout DailyIndia.com, India
Beer after exercise may be better than water, study finds FOX News 
Beer may be better than water after exercise PerthNew, Australia
Fr Shay Cullen overcoming hopeless situations Pinoy Press, Philippines 
A pint of beer is better for you after a workout than water Daily Mail
Beer after sport 'is good for the body' Telegraph
PRM: BWI-Bentley announces trial program for generative design NTB Pressreleases
Bentley announces trial program for generative design Calibre Macro World
Bentley announces trial program Ad-Hoc-News (Pressemitteilung), Germany
Bentley announces trial program for generative design Canada NewsWire , Canada 
Health warning over spread of chlamydia Swindon Advertiser
Shooter takes aim at title Independent Community Newspaper, New Zealand 
Time to be enterprising Swindon Advertiser
Worker killed at uni Bath Chronicle
The local plan's failure to address sustainability CMD First Source
Worker dies on building site at West university Chedder Valley Gazette
Bentley start proefprogramma voor generatief ontwerp Nieuwsbank, Netherlands
Five marketing mysteries revealed TMCnet

1 November 2007
Medical breakthrough in understanding chronic pain Bath Chronicle
Research from University of Bath in pharmacology provides new insights Calibre Macro World
Maz is a match for the men Bath Chronicle
Rugby players pay tribute to tragic gethin Bath Chronicle
University to look at Euro trade policy Bath Chronicle
Lessons in life help healing hands of teambath's physio Andrews Bath Chronicle
Trading ideas as EU marks 50th birthday Bath Chronicle
RIGZONE - Petrobank Takes 50% Stake in Heavy Oil Assets in the Peace River Area Rigzone
Canada: Petrobank signs THAI licence agreement and acquires heavy oil assets Energy 365
No hiding place Engineer Online
Explanation for fibromylagia pain WIXT
Melody makers Bath Chronicle
Air guitar kick strats film festival Bath Chronicle
Students take part in one-day fast fundraiserBath Chronicle
Let's all rally round to support Poppy Appeal Bath Chronicle
Festive bid smells like team spirit Bath Chronicle
Incident leads to renewed call for bus stop to be moved Bath Chronicle
Video links help ease conflict Bath Chronicle
Stay safe this bonfire night Bath Chronicle
Man found hanged Carmarthen Journal

October 2007

31 October 2007
A dominant clone of Leptospira interrogans associated with an outbreak of human leptospirosis in Thailand PLOS neglected tropical diseases
Petrobank signs THAI TM licence agreement and acquires heavy oil Market Wire
Petrobank signs THAI(TM) licence agreement and acquires heavy oil Trading Markets
Fibromyalgia pain caused by neuron mismatch HULIQ, USA
Fibromyalgia pain caused by neuron mismatch, suggests study MediLexicon
Study suggest cause for fibromyalgia pain Ivanhoe, USA
Fibromyalgia pain caused by neuron mismatch News-Medical.net, Australia
Fibromyalgia genesis may mirror neuronal miscommunication MedPage Today, USA
Fibromyalgia pain caused by neuron mismatch innovations report, Germany
Music symposium hits the right note Swindon Advertiser
Motivational coaching climate outscores winning for young athletes Science Daily
33% US male footballers slept with men Zee News, India 
Family left numb over son's death South Wales Evening Post
We've solved the problem... with robots Dorset Echo
Motivational coaching climate outscores winning for young athletes Newswise
SRI investment will not compromise returns, argue Un and Mercer IFI Live
How straw bale stacks up BD Online

30 October 2007
Homosexuality rampant in American football Zee News, India
Student found hanged after night out South Wales Evening Post
USA: A third of football players had gay sex Gay NZ, New Zealand 
Study of former american football players and homosexuality Medical News Today
Sports gay, scientists say Queerty, USA
Dark side of US footballers revealed! HT Tabloid, India 
Over 33 pc of former male US footballers had sex with men DailyIndia.com
Study: One Third of Football Players have Sex with Men Southwest Nebraska news
Brilliant university student found hanged ic Wales, United Kingdom
Student, 20, found hanged in city BBC News
Student suicide follows big pub crawl Central Somerset Gazette
Harte Jungs unter sich Sueddeutsche Zeitung
Fibromyalgia pain caused by neuron mismatch, suggests study Biocompare

29 October 2007
资料:浙江卫视《中国大使》之周文重节目介绍 新浪, China
A chance to improve sexual health Swindon Advertiser
Over one-third of former American football players had sexual ... PhysOrg.com, USA
Over one-third of former American Football players had sexual ... Science Daily
Over a third of former American Football players interviewed had ... YubaNet, USA
UK Researcher: One third of American High School football players ... EDGE Boston, USA
Student found dead in city Bath Chronicle
El-Abd in for injured warren Bath Chronicle
Reality clouds Sarkozy's 'Club Med' plans Turkish Daily News, Turkey 
La lunghezza delle dita svela le abilità scolastiche eDott, Italy
Alt om Mediaforum Kampanje

27 October 2007
NFL looking to expand into Britain by degrees Telegraph
Le port du casque sera-t-il obligatoire ? Libération, France

26 October 2007
Reality clouds Sarkozy's Club Med plans Today's Zaman, Turkey 
The Ig Nobel Awards Student Newspaper
Reality clouds Sarkozy's Mediterranean Union plans Reuters South Africa, South Africa
New 'through wall' rainscreen system gets CWCT approval WNIB Online
Study results from University of Bath broaden understanding of dermatomyositis immunology Calibre Macro World
'Techno-homes' to replace carers? Homes Abroad

25 October 2007
2008英国大学酒店/旅游管理专业排名 人民网, China
Theatre, Fiction, and Poetry in the French Long Seventeenth Fabula, France
Brown expected to ride out storm over EU treaty
Reuters.uk
It's all set to go off with big fireworks displays Bath Chronicle
Pupils prepare to do battle Bath Chronicle
Support for Amnesty Bath Chronicle
Two netball coaches leave for UK Malawi's Daily Times, Malawi 
Londra - I giudici del RIBA non riescono a scegliere il vincitore ... Europa Concorsi, Italy
Fretton and MUMA tie in Bath arts contest BD Online
Don’t miss the Filmfest Bath Chronicle
University gets couch potatoes up and running Bath Chronicle
Top internet city searches Bath Chronicle
Hermekråkene Forskning.no

24 October 2007
Bath arts complex contest comes down to Fretton and MUMA BD Online

22 October 2007
New research could result in the end of a separate finance PersonnelToday.com
UK and Taiwan partner on nanoscience research Optics.org
Brown expected to ride out storm over EU treaty Reuters UK
Brown expected to ride out treaty storm tiscali.news
Sensient technologies corporation names new Vice President dBusinessNews, Newark USA
New 'town and gown' partnership is set up a2media
UK and Taiwan partner on nanoscience research Optics.org

21 October 2007
New Chief Marketing Officer for Intercontinental Hotels Group eTravelBlackboard, Australia

20 October 2007
Bereavement is not a time for keeping up appearances Sunday Herald

19 October 2007
Gordon Brown likely to ride out storm Peninsula On-line, Qatar
Sensient Technologies Corporation names New Vice President Genetic Engineering News, USA
Sensient Technologies Corporation names New Vice President Trading Markets, USA
UK's Brown expected to ride out storm over EU Treaty The Epoch Times, Ireland
Sensient Technologies Corporation names New Vice President PR-Inside.com, Austria
Sensient Technologies Corporation names New Vice President InfoBolsa, Spain
Sensient Technologies Corporation names New Vice President Business Wire , USA
Brown expected to ride out treaty storm Scotsman
Teen pledges to look after granddad Swindon Advertiser
Pop!Tech - Innovation From the Bottom Up World Changing
Derek Wall goes on tour Green Party
University lecturer shares Nobel Prize Bath Chronicle
Students take their protest over bus services on to Facebook Bath Chronicle

18 October 2007
The RepRap rap Wired News
RepRap prototyper could put a crimp on cash Wired News, USA
You can go to university for weekend Bath Chronicle
Culture vulture ic Wales
Cult Author Jasper Fforde presents BCS writeIT winners Calibre Macro World
CIMA launches Centre of Excellence Director of Finance online
MP Sad after Ming quits Bath Chronicle
Veterans begin fresh bid for cup success Bath Chronicle
Band aims for big time with competition Bath Chronicle
Matt could give us something to sing about Bath Chronicle
Stonehenge Uni lecture Bath Chronicle
Talk at Uni on obesity Bath Chronicle
University of Bath lecturer wins Nobel Prize Bath Chronicle
SETsquared Partnership: University technologies of the future showcased to investment community in London Calibre Macro World
Dance's next big thing This is Bath
Será noticia Lanacion, Argentina
In the army The Times
Researchers from University of Bath discuss findings in nanotechnology Calibre Macro World

17 October 2007
A new national anthem? Independent
英国一花游中心投入使用 旨在备战伦敦奥运 TOM, China
IMS-Entreprendre pour la Cité : l'antenne Nice Azur lancée à Sophia Sophia Net, France
Christian MP may stand in Lib Dems leadership race Inspire Magazine
Christian MP may run for Lib Dem leadership Ekklesia, UK
Stretching before you exercise may be a 'a waste of time' Daily Mail
Leverhulme Awards Times
Popular on the left Guardian
Paracetamol sale row Englemed Health News
Iguanas take heed when mockingbird sounds alarm Columbus Dispatch

16 October 2007
Aspiring writers need patience, says British Computer Society podcast PublicTechnology.net
Videoconferencing touted for conflict resolution CRN
Videoconferencing touted for conflict resolution Computing
Videoconferencing touted for conflict resolution IT Week
Videoconferencing touted for conflict resolution VNUNet.com
Videoconferencing touted for conflict resolution Informatics
Students organise to stop fascists in Oxford Socialistworker.co.uk
Profile: Steve Webb Guardian
Need to know - sports medicine Pulse Today
Pupils face the Dragon's Den Gazette & Herald
Bike-helmet laws counterproductive Lower Hudson Online
Top research grant could lead to “designer” drugs London Press

15 October 2007
Video conferencing can play a part in conflict resolution ComputerWeekly
Arm swing gives rugby kickers competitive edge Voice of America
Bath expert wins Nobel Prize Bath Chronicle
Gair Rhydd gair rhydd
Videoconferencing made for Dr. Phil PC World, Canada
Studie: Protestanten arbeiten mehr Jesus, Germany

14 October 2007
The Kurdish example Washington Times, USA

12 October 2007
“第六届北京留美学人论坛”举办 关注食品安全 中国食品产业网, China
Das Bein als Golfschläger Berliner Zeitung, Germany
Diplômé ès pompes funèbres Courrier International, France
Student hurt in party fracas Bath Chronicle
Resolving conflicts at work and at home, researchers say HULIQ, USA
Brave William battles rare illness Wiltshire Times
Video conferencing could help resolve conflicts at work and at home innovations report, Germany
Video conferencing could help resolve conflicts at work and at home RxPG NEWS, USA
Party gatecrashers trash house after YouTube posting Midlothian Today
Media work best together, says research Marketingservicestalk
Globetrotting Pete shows his concern for the poor of Asia Kildare Nationalist
Mute iguanas have secret warning system The Washington Post
New findings from University of Bath describe advances in prion disease therapy Calibre Macro World
Samhällsvetarna utser tre nya hedersdoktorer Newsdesk

11 October 2007
Video conferencing could help resolve conflicts at work and at home Science Daily
Weekend courses in October HULIQ
Video Conferencing Could Help Resolve Conflicts At Work And At Home DentalPlans.com, USA
Video conferencing could help resolve conflicts at work and at ... PhysOrg.com, USA
Mute iguanas have secret warning system Kentucky.com, USA
Students in clear-up Bath Chronicle
Spanish link Bath Chronicle
Jonny's kicking success not just down to his feet Bath Chronicle
Celebrities and politics Bath Chronicle
Sacred imagery Bath Chronicle
Olympics for maths elite Bath Chronicle
Research from University of Bath in cancer therapy provides new insights Therapeutics Daily
How straw bale stacks up BD Online
Laporte sticks with the right formula Calibre Macro World
Ringing twice not just for the postman Cambridge Network

10 October 2007
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces new Chief Marketing Hospitality Net
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces new Chief Marketing Officer HSMAI
Seddon returns to IHG as chief marketing officer Hotel & Motel Management Magazine, USA
Spain's El Pais: Teves is public service channel without any public VHeadline.com, USA
Genetik Schizophreniegene von der Evolution „bevorzugt“ Tagesspiegel, Germany
Tre nya hedersdoktorer Sveriges Radio, Sweden
Motoneuronenerkrankung: Angiogenin und mutierte Genvarianten spielen entscheidende Rolle journal MED
Beautiful young minds counting on beating the world at maths Western Daily Press
Samhällsvetarna utser tre nya hedersdoktorer Newsdesk, Sweden

9 October 2007
2008英国大学化学工程专业排名 人民网, China
Asked and answered Detroit Free Press, USA
This is your brain on advertising BusinessWeek 
IHG announces new CMO 4Hoteliers, Hong Kong
Seddon joins IHG as marketing chief Breaking Travel News
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces new chief marketing WebWire
IHG announces new Chief Marketing Officer HotelExecutive.com
New book offers an evolutionary perspective on gender differences
Medical News Today
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease The Money Times, India 
Vascular growth factor linked to Motor Neurone Disease Calibre Macro World
Bath University signs scholarship, study deal with Abbey bank Science|Business
Iguanas use bird warnings Post Star

8 October 2007
Studie: Protestantismus beflügelt Wirtschaft Christliches Medienmagazin pro, Germany
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease Post Chronicle
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease ImediNews, Georgia
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease Science Daily
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease Earthtimes.org, New Zealand
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease United Press International
Mutant protein may cause ALS disease Daily India, India
University of Bath signs agreement with Abbey bank HULIQ, USA
University of Bath signs agreement with Abbey bank A2 Mediagroup
Why do males and females frequently differ in body size and structure? SpiritIndia, India
Why do males and females frequently differ in body size and structure? EurekAlert, USA
Why do males and females frequently differ in body size and structure? PhysOrg.com, USA
Why do males and females frequently differ in body size and structure? UC Riverside, USA
This is your brain on advertising BusinessWeek
Kicking success may all be in the arms Scenta.co.uk
Arm swing is key to goalkicking Reuters
Content starts here arm swing is key to goalkicking Tiscali News
Rugby kick success may come down to swing of the arm Science Blog
Rugby greats kick with their arms ABC Online
Lunchtime lecture: the people of Neolithic Britain A2 Mediagroup
Web 2.0: Behind the hype panel ZDNet
Let's do it now: Mainstream uses of collaborative technologies ZDNet
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces new chief marketing officer Mitchells Butlers Pubs
Interco. Hotels Grp - Management appointment Hemscott
Management Appointment - Interco. Hotels Grp Selftrade
Grape Success Calibre Macro World
Fossil data plug gaps in knowledge Webindia123
The greatest gift that we possess Guardian
An awesome foursome at the brewhouse East Staffordshire

7 October 2007
Science notebook Washington Post, USA
Science probes boot-iful game of kicking star Daily Post
Discovery offers hope of halting ALS progression DentalPlans.com, USA
Discovery offers hope of halting Motor Neurone Disease progression Health Orbital
Rugby greats kick with their arms ABC Science Online, Australia
Science Notebook Washington Post, USA
Rugby: Arm Jonny's secret New Zealand Herald, New Zealand  
Science probes boot-iful game of kicking star Daily Post

6 October 2007
Rugby: Here's the secret to Wilkinson's success New Zealand Herald, New Zealand
UK scientists say secret of successful kicking lies in arm Taipei Times, Taiwan
Secret of rugby-kick success lies in the swing of the opposite arm NewKerala.com, India
Secret of rugby-kick success lies in the swing of the opposite arm DailyIndia.com, USA
The secret to Johnny Wilkinson's success PerthNew, Australia 
The secret to Johnny Wilkinson's success Sunday Times.au, Australia
Science probes boot-iful game of kicking star Daily Post
Mortlock goal is more tries Courier Mail, Australia
When it comes to goalkicking, it’s all down to the arms Peninsula On-line, Qatar
Arm swing is key to goalkicking Reuters South Africa, South Africa 
Arm swing is key to goalkicking Reuters UK
When it comes to goalkicking, it's all down to the arms Mirror
When it comes to goalkicking, it's all down to the arms Yahoo! Eurosport
When it comes to goalkicking, it's all down to the arms Scotsman, United Kingdom
When it comes to goalkicking, it's all down to the arms Guardian

5 October 2007
Mit der richtigen Armbewegung kicken Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
Mondial-2007 - Le secret du coup de pied de Wilkinson: une affaire de bras TSR.ch, Switzerland
Hoffnung für ALS-Patienten Focus Online, Germany
Bath students claim new Smurf record 999 Today
Uni hope for horror disease Bath Chronicle
UK's 60s universities to join 'Study in UK' education fair Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam
Discovery offers hope of halting Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis HULIQ, USA
Discovery offers hope of halting Amyotrophoic Lateral SclerosisPhysOrg.com, USA
Discovery offers hope of halting Motor Neurone Disease progression innovations report, Germany
Rugby kick success may come down to Swing of the arm, shows research Medical News Today
Rugby: Here's the secret to Wilkinson's success New Zealand Herald, New Zealand
Wilkinson's arm to give Aussies a kicking? Guardian
Why arms, not legs, are key to kicking ic Wales
Wilkinson's arm to give Aussies a kicking? Buzzle, USA
Uni drops Dyson site bombshell Bath Chronicle
Grape Success: Exclusive wine course cards Belfast Telegraph
Find 'offers motor neurone hope' BBC News

4 October 2007
Engelsk studie: Protestantiska länder lyckas bäst Dagen, Sweden
Motherly advice for students This is Bath
UK's 60s universities to join `Study in UK' education fair Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Study shows materials technologies can affect the outcome of tennis matches Azom.com, USA
David Walker asks whether happiness a legitimate aim for public services Guardian
Find 'offers motor neurone hope' BBC News
Discovery offers hope of halting Amyotrophoic Lateral Sclerosis SpiritIndia, India
UK's 60s Universities to join `Study In UK' Education Fair Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam 
Families invited to get drawing HULIQ, USA
Fossil data plug gaps in current knowledge innovations report, Germany
Trophies for top students Bath Chronicle
Last-minute uni courses Bath Chronicle
Study shows materials technologies can affect the outcome of tennis matches Azom.com
New students smash record out of the blue This is Bath
Tastes from around the world This is Bath

3 October 2007
Die Computerlehrerin lifepr.de, Germany
Study: Protestant countries have higher employment rates
Christian Post
Can judo save English rugby? First Post
Fossils just as effective as living species in understanding evolution NewKerala.com, India 
Fossils just as effective as living species in understanding evolution DailyIndia.com, USA
Fossil data plug gaps in knowledge Earthtimes.org 
Fossil data plug gaps in knowledge United Press International
Fossils can be used as effectively as living species in understanding evolution MedIndia, India
Fossils just as effective as living species in understanding evolution Yahoo News
Bath students claim new Smurf record 999 Today
This book discusses the ways that architects go about redeveloping old buildings Business Wire
Understanding the tree of life Scenta.co.uk
Protestantiska länder lyckas bästDagens Nyheter, Sweden
ECU professor finds link between schizophrenia and evolution East Carolinian, USA
Free lecture: science of the swerving free kick Huliq.com
Cameron, other politicians should turn to celebrities to get votes Huliq.com
Dr. David Grimes Trentonian.com
Retail Eyes joins top 40 expanding tech firms Marketingservicestalk

2 October 2007
Protestant work ethic does exist, says study News Letter
BCS 50th anniversary short story competition winners meet author Jasper Fforde PublicTechnology.net
Fossil data plugs gaps in current knowledge, study shows DentalPlans.com, USA
Fossil data plugs gaps in current knowledge, study shows PhysOrg.com, USA 
Fossil data plug gaps in current knowledge, study shows YubaNet, USA
Fossil data plugs gaps in current knowledge, study shows Science Daily
Fossil data plugs gaps in current knowledge, study shows innovations report, Germany
Fossil data plugs gaps in current knowledge Science Centric, Bulgaria 
Fossil data plug gaps in current knowledge
HULIQ, USA
Bath's smurf world record Bath Chronicle
Prog tax rocks Guardian
My Week - Aboard the criminologists' paddle steamer Children Now
Students beat smurf world record Midlothian Today

1 October 2007
Work to begin on science park BioLondon
Free lecture: science of the swerving free kick HULIQ, USA
Student renting 'more profitable' The Press Association
Cameron, other politicians should turn to celebrities to get votes HULIQ, USA
Politicians should turn to celebrities to get votes 999 Today
Students claim new Smurf record BBC News
Parties urged to woo celebs Bath Chronicle
Religion to thank for high employment rates, study shows Times
Central's off to University Oakleigh Monash Leader, Australia
Protestant countries have higher employment rates, study shows BBC Radio 4
Parties urged to woo celebs Bath Chronicle
Protestantism 'brings more jobs' Calibre Macro World
Microfluidics for drug delivery and diagnostics Manufacturing Chemist
National Performance Centres Announced England Hockey

September 2007

30 September 2007
Wie Protestanten die Wirtschaft ankurbeln wissenschaft.de, Germany
'US universities disturbingly over-commercialized' says new book FirstScience

28 September 2007
Jasper gets 'em on the write lines Swindon Advertiser
Find out how to 'bend it like Beckham' Bath Chronicle
'US universities disturbingly over-commercialized' says new book RxPG NEWS, USA
British invention could eliminate MRSA from hospitals Says Tri-Air Genetic Engineering News
British invention could eliminate MRSA from hospitals says Tri-Air Business Wire, USA
British invention could eliminate MRSA from hospitals Response Source
British Invention Could Eliminate MRSA from Hospitals Says Tri-Air Developments Market Watch
Take a breather Chemistry & Industry
Matthew (18) was club's chosen one Spalding Guardian

27 September 2007
Protestant countries have higher employment rate HULIQ
Why are there only two sexes? Slate
US universities disturbingly over-commercialized' says new book FirstScience
CD Howe institute names Andrew Spence to Monetary Policy Council CNW Telbec, Canada
C.D. Howe Institute Names Andrew Spence to Monetary Policy Council Calibre Macro World
News in brief New Vision, Uganda
How the zebrafish got it stripes Scenta.co.uk, UK 
Top rating at University Bath Chronicle
Ofcom opens door for 10 times faster broadband Guardian
Ofcom opens door for 10 times faster broadband connections The Observer Blog
Jacqueline back on her old stamping ground This is Bath
Festival fever This is Bath
University calls on freshers to help break Smurf record This is Bath
Zebrafish Stripe Development is Studied RedOrbit

26 September 2007
Last-minute places for part-time courses HULIQ, USA
Bentley sponsors Science, Engineering & Technology Student of Year MotorTorque
Ofcom: UK broadband network will struggle to cope Guardian
Blue in the face for record attempt Bath Chronicle
How the zebrafish gets its stripes Bio Chemist
Zebrafish stripe development is studied Monsters and Critics.com
Zebrafish stripe development is studied Political Gateway
Zebrafish stripe development is studied United Press International, USA
Students try to set smurf record BBC
Seminar promises to grow business fast HULIQ, USA
On tour, brits visit bears in Berkeley Daily Californian, USA
The National Youth Agency: Fact of the week Children Now
Students dissatisfied with Sussex Brighton & Hove Argus
CD Howe Institute appoints Spence to Monetary Policy Council Investment Executive, Canada
'US universities disturbingly over-commercialized' says new book
EurekAlert, USA
Magical classroom memories Gulf Weekly, Bahrain

25 September 2007
Distinguish shyness from social anxiety disorder Calibre Macro World
Bath and Warwick win favour Times
Sporting success for SESAME The Engineer Online
Bentley boosts fortunes of young engineer British Design Initiative
Study shows how the zebrafish gets his stripe Innovations-Report
How the zebrafish gets his stripe Science Daily
Secret of zebrafish stripes discovered MRC
MJCs fond til minne om Asle Strand Judo.no

24 September 2007
专家研究称最聪明与最愚钝的男性都为女性2倍 青岛新闻网, China
Aaron Porter elected as Chair of Unions94 Leicester Student
Brunei: Scholarship recipient leaves Brunei for UK Calibre Macro World
CanArgo energy corporation: Changes to the board of directors Calibre Macro World
CanArgo energy corporation: Changes to the board of directors CNNMoney.com, USA
CanArgo makes changes to the board of directors Rigzone
CanArgo Energy Corporation: Changes to the Board of Directors Market Watch
Changes to the board of directors Netfonds
Väitös: Henkilöstöjohtamisen yhdenmukaistaminen monikansallisissa yrityksissä
Kauppalehti, Finland
Bentley champions young engineering talent Congleton Guardian
Striking a note for peace? ESRC
New fizz behind Triz Eureka
Kann man aus der Hand lesen? Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Germany

22 September 2007
英科学家利用计算机分析灵长类动物的行为 北方网, China
Michelin chef on a mission for nutrition Times Online
West Country property: Do they really need a nine-storey tower block? Telegraph
Biologists find links between evolution, schizophrenia Newswise, USA
Scholarship recipient leaves Brunei for UK Bru Direct, Brunei
Swim star Georgie set to take the plunge at Bath Driffield Today
Another scholar leaves for UK The Brunei Times, Brunei

21 September 2007
Teacher spends the summer with whales Warren Reporter
'Social anxiety disorder' International Herald Tribune, France
Ruthenium catalyst in a membrane assisted, two vessel process Platinum today
Shattering the glass Calibre Macro World
Nightclub bans girl on crutches BBC
Disabled girl barred from nightclub as crutches deemed 'offensive weapons' Daily Mail
Uni best in the west Bath Chronicle
Bentley boosts the fortunes of a young carpages

20 September 2007
Bath arts complex shortlist revealed
BD Online
Christian colleges offer tolerance and balance The Times
Break-up of Belgium could not be blamed on the EU
Financial Times
Steel will lurks in bookish China foreign minister The Guardian
Directorate - Solent credit opp Fd Selftrade
Help for women to set up in business Swindon Advertiser
New short courses for local business people HULIQ, USA
Ranking masters in management 2007 Financial Times, Deutschland

19 September 2007
研究生留学:十大最热门国家排行榜 东北网, China
New esophageal cancer study findings have been reported from University of Bath NewsRX
Translation firm launches language news online HULIQ, USA
Swindon University close to a reality Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Children are not exercising enough 999 Today, USA
Students arrive from far east for MA course Bath Chronicle
Jimmy and Lynda are match made in Heaven Bath Chronicle
Horror holiday smash kills Swansea mum South Wales Evening Post
Non-religious funerals set for huge increase 999 Today, USA
'You can't come in with crutches' South Devon Herald
Academic Financial Services to award $10,000 scholarship All American Patriots, USA
Notes: Workhorse shields shut down MLB.com
Notes: Workhorse shields shut down DevilRays.com

18 September 2007
美国媒体近日报道称:看外表便知聪不聪明 新华网, China
John Walsh: Tales of the City The Independent
Continuing trend towards non-religious funerals Medical News Today
Asbo plans under the spotlight Swindon Advertiser
New course develops management skills HULIQ, USA
Infosys Technologies to send UK graduates to India for training Personnel Today

17 September 2007
Pain, but no gain: the dangers of one-off workouts iVillage
Lectures lined up at innovation centre Bath Chronicle
35 receive religious affairs ministry scholarships Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Staples, Inc. names Justin M. King and Robert E. Sulentic Hiploid, USA
Staples, Inc. names Justin M. King and Robert E. Sulentic
Business Wire,USA
Norske skoler sliter Forbruker, Norway
Kaum ein Kind bewegt sich genug Spiegel, Germany
Celebrity corpses are taking center stage News Medical. net
Respect Task force visiting town BBC News Wiltshire
Letters to the dead and other tales of data dereliction Financial Times, Deutschland
Video games may boost hand-washing Englemed Health News
Funerals without religion set for huge increase Science Blog, USA
Scientists highlight benefits of genetic research in sport A2 Mediagroup

16 Septmeber 2007
Primate behavior explained by computer `agents` Zee News, India
Distressing practice of returning personal effects in a bin line Medical News Today
The public's obsession with the cadaver Medical News Today
US states lack laws explicitly outlawing necrophilia HULIQ, USA
New child health alarm StaffNurse.com

15 September 2007
Scientists highlight benefits of genetic research in sport Medicalnewstoday.com
Non-religious funeral services growing trend in UK ScienceMode
Sports medicine / fitness news Medical News Today
Funerals without religion set for huge increase HULIQ, USA
US states lack laws explicitly outlawing necrophilia HULIQ, USA
Doctors too are traumatized by deaths MedIndia.com

14 September 2007
Jacques Martin n'est peut-être pas mort ! Brave Patrie, France
Majority of kids 'inactive'
Yorkshire Forward.com
Computers used to explain primate behaviour Web India123.com
The cult of the celebratory corpse Bath Chronicle
Manly men's metrosexual future judgejules.net
Funerals without religion set for huge increase EurekAlert , USA
Task force to take the fight to the yobs Swindon Advertise
Celebrity corpses are taking center stage HULIQ, USA
Celebrity corpses are taking center stage News-Medical.net, Australia
Celebrity corpses are taking center stage, says academic EurekAlert, USA
Returning personal effects in bin liner must stop HULIQ, USA
Returning personal effects in a bin liner must stop, says researcher EurekAlert, USA
Whalley backing new regional league Bath Chronicle
Scientists highlight benefits of genetic research in sport, but warn of ethical concerns Bioresearch Online
Call for more genetic research in the sport and exercise sciences News-Medical
World becoming obsessed with 'corpse porn' Science Blog, USA
Gleeds wins University of Bath contract Building

13 September 2007
C of E or Elvis? Bell tolls for formal funerals Guardian
'Preposterous' coverage of dead celebs condemned Press Gazette
Celebrity corpses 'an amusement' BBC News
Celebrity corpses are taking center stage, says academic EurekAlert, USA
Coping with patient death
AnaesthesiaUK
Show some emotion, Doctors told Bath Chronicle
Support call for doctors over death Guardian Unlimited
Support call for doctors over death
The Press Association
Support call for doctors over death Channel 4
Doctors need support to cope with death ImediNews, USA
Doctors need support to cope with death Science Daily
Doctors need support to cope with death United Press International
Doctors need support to cope with death Earthtimes.org
Doctors need support to help them deal with grief News-Medical.net, Australia
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death HealthOrbit
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death HULIQ, USA
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death
DentalPlans.com, USA
Doctors need support to cope with death Redorbit
Nibbles: Kids need more exercise, BK to add healthier options CalorieLab Calorie Counter News, USA
Kids aren't doing enough exercise, UK
Medical News Today
Kids aren't doing enough exercise, UK MediLexicon
Kids aren't doing enough exercise Diabetes UK
Children 'do not get enough exercise' ATL Education News
Children not getting enough exercise: study
AFP
Youngsters 'not exercising enough' Channel 4 News
Youngsters 'not exercising enough' ITN
Children "lacking proper exercise" Nursing in Practice
Fitness fears for children Edinburgh Evening News
Few kids achieve recommended activity level netdoctor.co.uk
Only one 11-year-old in 40 gets the exercise they need to stay fit Daily Mail
'11-yr-old kids don't exercise' The Mirror
Wiltshire’s inspirational landscape: lunchtime lecture HULIQ, USA
Metrosexuals don't like macho ads Bike Biz
Dyson team still hopes to build in city Bath Chronicle
Calls for cull as seagull numbers rise Bath Chronicle
New Uni plans for Swindon Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Biomechanics suite unveiled by Lord Coe Bath Chronicle
University plans a town campus Thisiswiltshire

12 September 2007
University of Bath opens £1M sport science lab Science Business
Call for closer examination of 'brain death' as the end of life DentalPlans.com, USA
Call for closer examination of 'brain death' as the end of life
Science Daily
Call for closer examination of 'brain death' as the end of life News-Medical.net, Australia
Call for closer examination of ‘brain death’ as the end of life HealthOrbit
Call for closer examination of ‘brain death’ as the end of life Innovations Report, Germany
Brain death not the end Health24.com, South Africa
Support call for doctors over death Channel 4 News
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death MediLexicon
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death Medical News Today
Doctors may need support to cope with patient death EurekAlert, USA
Scandal as kids shun exercise
The Sun
Majority of kids 'inactive' Manchester.com
Majority of kids 'inactive' InTheNews.co.uk
Children 'not exercising enough' BBC News
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' RxPG NEWS, USA
Computers used to explain primate behavior Dailyindia.com
Computers used to explain primate behavior ImediNews, USA
Computers used to explain primate behavior Post Chronicle
Computers used to explain primate behavior Science Daily
Computers used to explain primate behavior Monsters and Critics.com
Computers used to explain primate behavior United Press International
Computers used to explain primate behavior Earthtimes.org
Complex behaviour of primates can be understood Media Newswire, USA
Macho adverts put some men off Marketing Web, South Africa
Macho advertisements put feminine men off Marketingservicestalk
Modern men put off by advertisers' macho images ic Coventry
Sensative types turned off by macho 'adverts' Bath Chronicle
Coe opens new centre Bath Chronicle
Lord Coe opens new sports centre BBC News
Lord Coe opens £1M sport science lab and national conference HULIQ , USA
Sporty women in need of more support Bath Chronicle
How bras let down sporting women The Telegraph
March to highlight crisis in Midwifery Bath Chronicle
Closer examination of brain death as end of life HULIQ, USA

11 September 2007
研究生留学 十个国家最热门 法制晚报, China
2007年研究生留学意向排行榜公布 英国居榜首 TOM, China
È scomparsa Anita Roddick, fondatrice della catena di cosmetici Il Messaggero, Italy
Open day promotes new courses Bath Chronicle
Uni gears up for BA festival Bath Chronicle
Local women encouraged into enterprise A2 Media Group
Computers shed light on lives of monkeys Telegraph
Media's "proposterous" coverage of dead celebs condemned Press Gazette
Computers ape primate behavior Science Blog, USA
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' Science Daily
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' HULIQ, USA
Primate behavior explained by computer "agents" Environmental News Network
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' EurekAlert, USA
Primate behaviour explained by computer agents Science Centric, Bulgaria
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents'
PhysOrg.com, USA
Primate behaviour explained by computer ‘agents’ innovations report, Germany
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' DentalPlans.com, USA
Primate behavior explained by computer 'agents' Biology News Net, Canada
Scientists use computer 'agents' to explain primate behaviour NewKerala, India
Scientists use computer 'agents' to explain primate behaviour Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
Scientists use computer 'agents' to explain primate behaviour DailyIndia.com
Complex primates behavior mimicked using AI computer agents ScienceMode
Call to revamp death definition BBC News
Call for closer examination of 'brain death' as the end of life EurekAlert , USA
When is a person really dead? Irish Health, Ireland

10 September 2007
神奇薄片能让衣物喜怒哀乐 北青网, China
外表能看出你是否聪明? 北青网, China
精神分裂症基因有进化优势 科技日报, China
Parents may be stressing out kids The Province, Canada
Parents may be stressing out kids
Vancouver Province, Canada
Preschool nerves put health at risk Brisbane Times, Australia
Preschool nerves put health at risk Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Pre-kindergarten stress lasts months Global National, Canada 
Pre-kindergarten stress lasts months Ottawa Citizen,  Canada 
Pre-kindergarten stress lasts months Vancouver Sun,  Canada 
Pre-kindergarten stress lasts months Canada.com, Canada
Pre-kindergarten stress lasts months Windsor Star, Canada
Kindergarten causes tots stress
Regina Leader-Post, Canada
Course for women who want to be boss Bath Chronicle
British Computer Society offers places at Jasper Fforde reading in Swindon PublicTechnology.net
Gordon helps you surf with a smile Bath Chronicle
Starting off school stresses kids: study StarPhoenix, Canada
Pre-kindergarten anxiety puts kids under stress: study Times Colonist, Canada
Small children stressed about kindergarten, study reveals Winnipeg Free Press, Canada
Preschoolers feel the stress of starting school, study finds Vancouver Sun,  Canada

9 September 2007
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution Medical News Today
British Computer Society offers places at Jasper Fforde PublicTechnology.net

8 September 2007
Grande-Bretagne : les coiffeurs plus heureux que les informaticiens MUNCI, France
Signed England shirt up for sale Bath Chronicle
An interview with Zhou Wenzhong; Chinese ambassador to the United States SignOn San Diego
Several genes with strong associations to schizophrenia Medical News Today

7 September 2007
Stressbelastung schon Monate vor Einschulung Kleine Zeitung, Austria
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution GenomicsProteomics.com
Thanksgiving for scholarship recipients The Brunei Times, Brunei Darussalam 
Genes associated with schizophrenia evolved rapidly sciencedaily.com
Garden set to be talking point at lecture series Bath Chronicle
Talented students to continue studies abroad Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Talented students to continue studies abroad Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam 
China's Ambassador to the United States to ring the stock market bell Prime Newswire
Evolution-schizophrenia linkage found Post Chronicle
Evolution-schizophrenia linkage found
The Money Times, India

6 September 2007
7月份精神文明月评先进事迹评出 六安新闻网, China
It's no delusion: Evolution may favor schizophrenia genes Scientific American
Genes associated with schizophrenia evolved rapidly Science Daily
Health and science news roundup Monsters and Critics.com
UPI News track health and science news United Press International
Evolution-schizophrenia linkage found Earthtimes.org
Evolution-schizophrenia linkage found United Press International
Evolution-schizophrenia linkage found TCM.net
n-psl plan to develop regenerative NBC protection Jane's, UK
Borrowing from nature The Economist
Mystery over why negative genes get a boost Bath Chronicle
Technology Quarterly: Borrowing from nature TCM.net
Genes underlying schizophrenia selection during human evolution PressZoom, Netherlands

5 September 2007
Biologe: Schizophrenie als Selektionsvorteil in der Evolution Deutsches Ärzteblatt, Germany
Schizophrenia genes blessed by evolution Telegraph
Schizophrenia may be a 'by-product of human evolution' DailyIndia.com, USA
Schizophrenia may be a 'by-product of human evolution' NetIndia123.com
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution News-Medical.net, Australia
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution PhysOrg.com, USA
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution RxPG NEWS, USA
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution All American Patriots, Sweden
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution Innovations-Report, Germany 
University professor wins £1M study grant Bath Chronicle
'Crazy genes' favored during evolution Science Blog
British IT graduates trained in India Women in Technology
Chums catch up - over 1000 miles ic Coventry
Kids suffer anxiety up to 6 months before starting school Medical News Today
Kids suffer anxiety up to 6 months before starting school MediLexicon
Boffins investigate schizophrenia genes Science a Gogo 
TeamBath to host fun day Bath Chronicle
SOS Broadband: Beating the British broadband blues Calibre Macro World
Beating the British Broadband Blues Press Dispensary
MidlandHR: In sickness and in health: absence management monitoring Calibre Macro World
Filling the staff gaps Calibre Macro World
Rowers aim to tackle transatlantic record Bath Chronicle

4 September 2007
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution
SpiritIndia, India
Selection on genes underlying schizophrenia during human evolution HULIQ, USA
Schizophrenia genes 'favoured by evolution' Nature.com
£1M project to investigate tumour growth molecules HULIQ, USA
Local schools invited to find out about foundation degrees HULIQ, USA
25 UK graduates leave for India to join Infosys Technologies Businessgyan, India
Children stressed 6 months before starting school Innovations-Report, Germany
Listen and learn The Guardian

3 September 2007
Preschool children stressed months before starting school SpiritIndia, India
Now it's pre-school stress The Courier-Mail, Australia
Even kindies stress out before school News-Medical.net, Australia 
Toddlers under pressure The Pioneer, India
NMC: New lay council members for health regulator Politics.co.uk
All-night walk lifts charity Bath Chronicle
Infosys attracts U.K. graduates The Hindu, India
Enterprise/Tomorrow’s World: Into the future The Statesman, USA

2 September 2007
Letters to the dead and other tales of data dereliction Financial Times
Infosys to train 1st batch of UK grads in Mysore starting early Sept IT News Online, India
Wide gap between rich and poor VietNamNet, Vietnam

1 September 2007
聪不聪明看外表? 广州日报, China
Infosys Will Train 25 UK graduates in Mysore EFYTimes, India
Children stressed 6 months before starting school HULIQ, USA
Four-year-old fretters The Daily Telegraph, Australia
Che stress, inizia la scuola! Mondo Donna, Italy
Uno studio sull’impatto con la scuola Il Tempo, Italy

August 2007

31 August 2007
Kindergartners stressed by school Earthtimes.org
Kindergartners stressed by school ImediNews, USA
Kindergartners stressed by school United Press International
Researchers: Children stressing out six months before pre-school FOX News
Kids get stressed before school ATL Education News
Kids worry in months before term The Press Association
Kids stressing out months before kindergarten starts The Herald Sun, Australia
Pre-school nerves creating stressed children InTheNews.co.uk
Pre-school children show stress The Guardian
Preschoolers are stressed 'months before starting school' Webindia123
Children stressed six months before starting school Politics.co.uk
Children stressed six months before starting school innovations report, Germany
Children stressed six months before starting school eGov monitor
Children stressed six months before starting school
DentalPlans.com, USA
Children stressed six months before starting school PhysOrg.com, USA
Children stressed over starting school icWales
Children ‘suffering greatest levels of stress’ before their first day The Times
Children worried about starting school: study The Telegraph
Stress 'high before term starts' BBC News
Stressed four-year-olds 'fret for months about starting school' The Daily Mail
Now it's pre-school stress news.co.au, Australia
City kite champions take to skies again Bath Chronicle
Infosys set to train 1st batch of UK recruits Business Standard, India
Dow Corning to present paper on tyre rubber silane technology European Rubber Journal
Expert comment for anniversary of Princess Diana’s death HULIQ, USA
Sculoa: Stressprima elementare, sei mesi per adattarsi cybermed.it, Italy
Piano marathons Bath Chronicle
Knowledgepool strengthens senior management team Training Press Releases

30 August 2007
科学家开展有机发光二极管研究 将使全球照明成本年省10 科学网, China
Children stressed 6 months before starting school SpiritIndia, India
Children stressed 6 months before starting school EurekAlert, USA
Now it's pre-school stress Daily Telegraph, Australia
Now it's pre-school stress Courier Mail, Australia
Now it's pre-school stress Advertiser Adelaide, Australia
Kids stressing out months before kindergarten starts Sunday Times.au, Australia 
Kids stressing out months before kindergarten starts NEWS.com.au, Australia - 30 Aug 2007
Kids worry in months before term Grimsby Evening Telegraph
Kids worry in months before term This is Nottingham
Kids worry in months before term Derby Evening Telegraph
Kids worry in months before term Bath Chronicle
The Itch - Fed up contractors ponder migrating to avoid tax Contractor UK
Knowledge strengthens senior management team ClickPress
Cassava: the food of the poor for future food security NEWSFOOD.com Primo piano, Italy
Go shopping for career in retail Swindon Advertiser
Alarm bells ring Comet 24
Alarm bells ring Herts 24
Can your PC get you fit? Windows Vista Magazine

29 August 2007
Energy industry - Aug 29 Energy Bulletin
Be worldly wise about making gap-year trips Bath Chronicle
Becky aims to remain one jump ahead of the pack Swindon Advertiser
Student special: Get a first in green performance New Consumer
Providing support for the use of analogies in demand forecasting tasks CMD First Source, USA

27 August
In brief Bath Chronicle

25 September 2007
Debunking UK’s `cringe-worthy’ grief over Diana Toronto Star, Canada

24 August 2007
Action after invasion of bloodsucking bugs Bath Chronicle
University of Bath organizes Workshop to teach self-coaching skills HULIQ USA
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture NewJour
GCSE joy for town pupils Rugy Observer

23 August 2007
Finance exec has advice for Gogebic Range Ironwood Daily Globe
Taste of life as older student Bath Chronicle
Angiogenesis - Findings from University of Bath provide new insights into angiogenesis NewsRX
‘Time has come for earth buildings' Hindu
Young people create green art HULIQ USA
University of Bath organizes workshop to teach self-coaching skills HULIQ USA

22 August 2007
Kapper houdt meer van zijn baan dan ict'er Computable, Netherlands
UCI women seeking improvement Daily Pilot
Wait is over for nervous students Devon 24
Wait is oiver for nervous students
Midweek Herald
Ultrasound employed to detect problems in artificial hip joints Medical Imaging
BUCCS make pitch for more success in new season Bath Chronicle
Uni expert joins debate on walking vs running Bath Chronicle
Body parts that reveal your intelligence ZeeNews.com
On executive North Devon Gazette
Number of Bruneian students to UK on the up The Brunei Times, Brunei Darussalam
Number of Bruneian students to UK on the up Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
UCI women seeking improvement Daily Pilot

21 August 2007
Body parts that reveal your intelligence Mirror
‘Blame drinks industry for binge trouble’ Bath Chronicle 
Opinion: why I think Bluetooth Facebook is a grand (if stalker-ish) idea Tech Digest
Bluetooth/Facebook nodes take even more human interaction out of meeting people Gizmodo.com
Facebook Bluetooth app maps friendship networks Campus Technology
Facebook for the real world: Cityware ShinyShiny
New part-time courses for autumn HULIQ USA
Colleges success icWales
Searching fair and wide Cambridge News Online
Acquisition - Platinum Diversified Selftrade

20 August 2007
Retail work opportunities to be showcased at careers event HULIQ USA
Chinese ambassador to present Landon lecture Topeka Capital Journal
Opinion: why I think Bluetooth Facebook is a grand (if stalker-ish) idea Mobile Digest
IT student cashes in on Facebook phenomenon Bath Chronicle
A beginning, a middle and an end ... Belfast Telegraph
'Blame drinks industry for binge trouble’ Bath Chronicle
Engineers develop way of detecting problems with artificial hip joints NewsRx, USA

19 August 2007
Future Facebook app lets you make friends with "familiar strangers" Pocket-lint.co.uk

17 August 2007
New Bluetooth app for Facebook Design Technica
Detecting urban viruses with Facebook + Bluetooth Venture Beat
100 per cent success for Truro High School Falmouth Packet
Top pairing sign up for winter season Dorset Echo
Joy over 'best ever' A-Levels The Argus.co.uk
80-year-old passes A-level law course ic Wales
A-Level results are simply outstanding Western Morning News
Students celebrate record results South Shropshire Journal
A-level records are sent tumbling Calibre Macro World
A-grade twins now go separate ways for university Bath Chronicle
TAG CRM(Technology Association of Georgia) Tech Links
A practice of equanimity Resurgence Magazine

16 August 2007
出门穿上信息衣 有机发光二极管将重新阐释光的应用 中国科技信息, China
Bluetooth helps Facebook friends BBC
Future Facebook app lets you make friends with "familiar strangers" Pocket-link.co.uk
And they call it puppet love ... Swindon Advertiser
Building firm Rok heads in the right direction Bath Chronicle
Sue is on a mission for women Swindon Advertiser
Student rent 16th highest in country Bath Chronicle
Angelina needs your help to find a creative solution Bath Chronicle
‘Fruit Aid’ for cancer patients The Hindu

15 August 2007
Focus on faces Independent
‘Fruit Aid’ for cancer patients The Hindu
Movers and Shakers OSN SuperSite
Health and fitness workers among the most satisfied Health Club Management
Never too late to learn Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Sue is on a mission for women Swindon Advertiser
Puppet workshops for youngsters Wiltshire Gazette & Herald
Building firm Rok heads in the right direction Bath Chronicle

14 August 2007
Clinching the deal Guardian
Universities accused of not playing fair with scholarships Guardian
'So many fantastic memories of Adam' Reading Evening Post
Tim gets off his bike to invent the ‘unstoppable’ wheelchair Bath Chronicle

13 August 2007
Solar cells in the spotlight Electronics Weekly
The dying art of obituary writing Press Gazette
CIMA is best! PQ Magazine
Vocational results earn university places FEnews.co.uk
University gets to grips with hips problems Bath Chronicle
University launches new Lifelong Learning courses for Autumn Bath Chronicle

12 August 2007
Ivor Powell: He's 91 but Ivor still loves running the Bath Independent
GWH pulls out of Coate expansion bid Swindon Advertiser
Sidestep led to Strettle heartbreak ic Newcastle.co.uk

10 August 2007
专家调查显示宁夏中小企业国际化发展程度不高 人民网宁夏视窗, China
2007英国大学最新排名出炉 中国教育在线, China
Reports outline dementia study results from University of Bath Calibre Macro World
New part-time courses for autumn HULIQ
The Sovereign's Parade, The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Times Online

9 August 2007
What's keeping women out of the labs? BBC News
Radio Choice: Science Friction Radio 4 Times
英国启动新计划 将固态LED光源商业化 中国轻工业信息网, China
世界大学科研竞争力排行榜2007 扬子晚报网, China
Teachers' job satisfaction rises, study shows A2 Media Group
Job satisfaction on the up for teachers ClickAJob News
Accountants more satisfied than tax experts Financial Director
Studies from University of Bath yield new information about biochemistry Calibre Macro World
Against all odds Elen succeeds IC Wales
The University of Bath projection was town’s very own Trojan horse Swindon Advertiser
‘In our hearts forever’ Get Reading

8 August 2007
Joint detector Technology Horizons
Detecting problems with artificial hip joints Technology News Daily
Hairdresser proves a cut above most other jobs Wales on Sunday
Enterprise course cooks up Indian cuisine HULIQ
International symposium on earthen structures Hindu, India
Accountants more satisfied than tax experts Accountancy Age
Bath scientists develop 'empathetic' art TechDigest

7August 2007
Les coiffeurs plus heureux que les informaticiens Datanews, Belgium
Management and chartered accountants have higher job satisfaction than tax experts, however, these roles pale in comparison to hairdressers, fitness pros and teachers. The survey by the University of Bath found that accountants and management consult Accountancy Age
Work happiness Recruiter
Why hairdressing is a cut above others Sky news
Techies 'more unhappy than hairdressers'  ZDNet, USA
IT jobs ‘among the least satisfying’ Contractor UK
IT pros can't get no satisfaction
PC Pro
IT pros unhappy at work
IT Pro UK
英国最佳大学在哪里? 中国教育在线, China
Birds abandon eggs for swingers lifestyleYahoo
Diagnostic ultrasound test developed by UK engineers to detect problems with artificial hip joints Medical News Today
Engineers develop way of detecting problems with artificial hip joints
Medical Design Online
Army camp pitches in The Guardian
Stall provides insight into the Muslim faith Bath Chronicle
Gradwell dot com's 21st century telecoms assists international Scouts Association centenary SourceWire
Northcroft gains CMS Bath QS QS Week

6 August 2007
Cut above Mirror
Teachers' job satisfaction rises Innovations Report, Germany
Who's most satisfied with their jobs? Norwich Union
Hüftprothesen: Schall zeigt Lockerung früher Aerztliche Praxis, Germany
Top jobs GMTV
Techies 'more unhappy than hairdressers' Silicon.com
Hairdresser satisfaction Bath Chronicle
Why hairdressers are among happiest workers Lifestyle Extra
IT ranked low on job satisfaction league Computerweekly.com
Hairdressers come second top in job satisfaction league onrec.com
Working as a teacher or a hair stylist is a cut above the rest IC Wales
Hairdressing a cut above the rest Scotsman
Shear joy ... Hairdressers find Yorkshire Post
ICT professionals 'have low job satisfaction' ClickAJob News
Boneshaker shows loose hip joint BBC
More efficient way of detecting loosened artificial hip implants News Medical.net
Diagnostic ultrasound test developed by UK engineers to detect problems with artificial hip joints MediLexicon
"Vibrator" erkennt Lockerungen von Hüft-TEP Deutsches Ärzteblatt, Germany
Coaching courses Weston & Somerset Mercury
Kieran O'Neill Silicon.com
New uni planned for town centre location Swindon Advertiser
New course offers Mums and Dads help with their maths 24 dash.com
College remembers presenter Dando BBC news online

5 August 2007
Why hairdressers are so fulfilled by their jobs Daily Mail
SPME network surpasses 19,000 as SPME anti boycott statement unites nearly 11,000 academics from over 600 institutions worldwide: Beck calls for more action die jüdische, Austria
Barbie v Bratz Scotsman

4 August 2007
New test uses ultrasound for hip implants Earthtimes.org
Appointment of new President of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy CNW Telbec, Canada
I gave up a kidney to save my husband Cambridge Evening News
Tough love ic Coventry
IQE joins group seeking tomorrow's shining light ic Wales

3 August 2007
Engineers develop way of detecting problems with artificial hip joints Innovations Report, Germany
Probing artificial joints with sound Medgadget.com
Nomination du nouveau président de la Table ronde nationale sur l'environment et l'économie Canada NewsWire, Canada
RM buys assets of SERAP to enhance assessment and data services business Hemscott
Rimcazole to be tested as cancer drug Science Daily

2 August 2007
Joint detector Engineer Online
Engineers develop way of detecting problems with artificial hip joints Science Daily
Open source release for RepRap self-replicating prototyping system Electronics Weekly
Detecting problems with artificial hip joints Technology News Daily
University of Bath to host networking group for local businesswomen HULIQ
'No university...no houses' warns leader Swindon Evening Advertiser
Exploring he pleasure garden Bath Chronicle
Bath makes King visiting professor BD Online
Research Consortium - IQE PLC Selftrade

1 August 2007
英国高校综合排名剑桥首超牛津位居第一 TOM, China
英国大学排名:剑桥比牛津牛 晶报, China
英国最牛大学 剑桥首次击败牛津 西部商报, China
剑桥力压牛津夺冠 新浪, China
Accountants impress executives in little and large deals IC Newcastle

July 2007

30 July 2007
Call to curb websites that threaten privacy of children Guardian
Study: Avian parents abandoning eggs to have sex FOX News
Birds abandon eggs for swingers lifestyle LiveScience.com
Parents seeking sex abandon one in three offspring among certain bird species Science Daily
Big Bird egg laying success in UK A2 MediaGroup
Alliance for GaN LEDs nets £1.7m UK grant Compound Semiconductor
Student racers are the best in the UK A2 MediaGroup
Maths adds up for mums and dads Bath Chronicle
What’s up doc? IC Huddersfield

29 July 2007
US troops bid towns `auf Wiedersehen' Miami Herald, USA

27 July 2007
Bath, University of Independent
Bath: City of Bath College Independent
Swindon College Independent
Wiltshire College Independent
Weston College Independent
Salisbury College Independent
My boozy childhood Daily Mail
Bike Blog: Do helmets make people want to kill you Miami New Times, USA
Linden to take Kingston Mills development forward ConstructionMall.com
UK supporting LED-based NoveLELS solid-state lighting project Semiconductor Today
UK Government supports ground breaking energy reduction project developing GaN LED based solidstate light sources Compound Semi News
An African adventure Bath Chronicle
Holburne's race to save lottery cash Bath Chronicle

26 July 2007
Seven Deadly Sentiments Psychology Today
Big bird finally lays eggs LiveScience.com
UK Government starts NoveLELs project Compound Semiconductors Online
Runners sign up for 24-hour charity relay Bath Chronicle
Churchill House recycling plan Bath Chronicle
Museum in jeopardy as plans are refused Bath Chronicle
Conservation 'no longer sexy' Bath Chronicle
Holburne Museum: End of the line, says director Bath Chronicle
Art of the last resort Bath Chronicle
As U.S. Army closes bases, Germans bid sad farewell Sacramento Bee

25 July 2007
Großtrappe wird in Großbritannien heimisch Wissenschaft und Astronomie, Germany
Boys set adrift by dud science The Australian
Switch on electronic signs – on anything London Press
Linden to take Kingston Mills development forward Easier

24 July 2007
Großtrappe wird in Großbritannien heimisch scienceticker wissenschafts-nachrichten, Germany
Eggs laid in the UK by the world's largest flying bird mark huge conservation success innovations report, Germany
Art of the last resort Bath Chronicle

23 July 2007
UK Government supports energy reduction project developing GaN LED based solid-state light sources LED Professional
Writing society's wrongs Find Articles
Pampering for a good cause Bath Chronicle

21 July 2007
Everyone stops for death Globe and Mail, Canada
Columnist caught up in motorway nightmare Worcester News

20 July 2007
Fury as Southgate Stone makes round trip to Italy This is Bath

19 July 2007
The Independent/Bosch Technology Horizons Award: Our winner discuss how technology can be harnessed to solve the world's problems Independent
Goederen uitslaan in één minuut Logistiek, the Netherlands
Australian Uni wins Formula Student Racecar
Stock exchange move for firm This is Bath
Rose-Hulman Team Finishes in Top Third of Global Competition Inside INdiana Business

18 July 2007
Woodland supports cycling submariners openPR, Germany
Woodland supports cycling submariners PR-GB.com, Bulgaria
An Australian win at 2007 Formula Student Auto Industry
News in full EEMS - Energy Efficient Motorsport
OLEDs will be everywhere - even the shirt on your back Electronic Design
Language tests fo overseas medics Bath Chronicle

17 July 2007
Test evaluates English language skills of foreign medics A2Media Group
University of Bath develops English language tests for foreign healthcare professionals seeking work in UK Personnel Today
FahrradhelmeStreit um die Eierschale SWR, Germany
Rose-Hulman Team Finishes in Top Third of Global Competition Inside INdiana Business, USA
Horse racing with cats and dogs Gazette & Herald

16 July 2007
Test evaluates English language skills of foreign medics Health Orbit
Kids' eco racers go the distance AutoExpress
Hopes of a university ‘village green’ dashed  Bath Chronicle

15 July 2007
Swindon schools gain new teachers Gazette & Herald

14 July 2007
可以用心情绘画的新技术 新浪, China
Swindon schools gain new teachers Gazette & Herald

13 July 2007
Foot : les recettes miracles pour marquer un but ! Réponse a Tout, France
Wheaton man dives into hobby of building subs Chicago Tribune, United States
Day for carers of the disabled Gazette & Herald
Data preservation strategy urgently needed Information World Review
'Look Mum, 2,000mpg in a Car!'  Paddock Talk
F1, NASCAR, GP2, Champ Car, IndyCar, ALMS and more! If it goes well PaddockTalk , USA
80 celebrate on graduation day Bath Chronicle
75 years of helping the community Swindon Advertiser

12 July 2007
Efficient, high speed synthesis of complex peptides  Labhoo
Bath celebrates 100 years of pharmacy A2Media Group
Thailand's Aids angel The Nation, Thailand
University bid sparks debate Swindon Advertiser
Young helpers get a big thank you Swindon Advertiser
Faith debate grows Bath Chronicle

11 July 2007
Anoreksi-tynde gråhvaler Sermitsiak, Greenland
Mitfühlende Kunst Focus Online, Germany
Thailand's Aids angel Nation Multimedia, Thailand
Lecturers are delighted at award honour Bath Chronicle
Seven times the effort for fundraising cyclists This is Bath
Team Green comes third in Eco-Marathon with 5958.9mpg  CARkeys
University bid sparks debate Swindon Advertiser

10 July 2007
Skinny whales point to perils of global warming New Zealand Herald
The starvation of the grey whale Independent
踏上美国学府留学的直径 中国教育在线, China
我市举办企业高级经营管理人员培训班 银川新闻网, China
Bachelor in Seetouristik - und dann geht's richtig los idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft, Germany
Scientist to give talk on renewable energy Bath Chronicle
University talk spells good news Swindon Advertiser
Trio show how to make it work Swindon Advertiser

9 July 2007
国家主席胡锦涛任命周文重为中国驻美大使 中国驻纽约总领事馆, China
Cell Science - New findings from University of Bath, Center for Regenerative Medicine describe advances in cell science NewsRX
£1.2 million grant could lead to “designer” drugs Health Orbit
Manganese levels increase in scrapie-infected sheep before clinical symptoms develop Health Orbit
Jumping robots designed by nature Impact Lab
Jumping robots take clues from nature Physorg.com
Manganese Linked To Scrapie In Cows, Sheep Post Chronicle
Funding allows Mirifice to tune in to a bright future Bath Chronicle
Adver comment... university talk spells good news Swindon Advertiser
'We must act so as not to lose dream' Swindon Advertiser

8 July 2007
Jumping robots for space exploration? ZDNet.com blogs
'We must act so as not to lose dream' Swindon Advertiser

7 July 2007
Leaping robots could embark on interplanetary exploration engadget
Giving science the finger In These Times, USA

6 July 2007
'Damaging overuse' of hype criticised THES
Jumping robots take clues from nature PhysOrg.com, USA
10500 Miles Per Gallon CARkeys
Shifting climate Law Society Gazette
Look Mum, 2,000mpg in a car! Shell

5 July 2007
Sunny idea to help out Swindon Advertiser

4 July 2007
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows, sheep Earthtimes.org
T-rays searching for disease or bombs Lab Online
A woman's place is in the fast lane Western Daily Press
Is anybody listening to us, green gurus ask The Independent Online, South Africa
Mirifice secures VC funding for digital TV monitoring solution Tornado Insider
Photopharmica Phase 2 Data - IP Group PLC London Stock Exchange Regulatory News Service
£1.2 million grant could lead to "designer" drugs HULIQ
1932-2007: 75 years of CIPS SupplyManagement
Funding allows Mirifice to tune in to a bright future  Western Daily Press

3 July 2007
英国接连挫败三起恐怖袭击:给新首相一份"礼" 浙江新闻网 , China
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows RedOrbit
Manganese levels increase in scrapie-infected sheep Science Daily
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows, sheep Earthtimes.org
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows, sheep Monsters and Critics.com
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows, sheep United Press International
Manganese levels increase in disease-ridden livestock Scenta.co.uk
Manganese Levels Increase In Scrapie-infected Sheep DentalPlans.com, USA
Manganese levels to be diagnostic tool Farms.com, Canada
New findings on BSE and scrapie MeatNews
Diagnosi al manganese Galileo - Italy
Manganese linked to scrapie in cows, sheep Post Chronicle
Brunei: Two awarded prestigious Chevening Scholarships Macroworld investor
Happy talk Guardian
Identical twins graduate with identical degrees 999 Today

2 July 2007
Are two-year degrees the future of higher education? Independent
Two awarded prestigious Chevening Scholarships Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam
Two Bruneians awarded Chevening Scholarships The Brunei Times, Brunei Darussalam
Two awarded prestigious Chevening Scholarships Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Frog molecule could provide brain tumor treatment Genomics & Proteomics
Frog molecule could provide brain tumor treatment Bioscience Technology
Frog molecule could provide brain tumor treatment Drug Discovery & Development
Nationwide shortage of dentists PersonnelToday
Manganese levels increase in scrapie-infected sheep HULIQ
Manganese levels increase in scrapie-infected sheep before clinical symptoms develop Biocompare
Den nakne reklamaren MacWorld, Sweden
33 Abschlussschüler aus 14 Nationen Taunus-Zeitung, Germany

June 2007

30 June 2007
Brain cancer drug hope from frogs BBC News
A sobering experience for new graduates The Times

29 June 2007
Fietshelm werkt als magneet op automobilisten Dag.nl, Netherlands
Signalife Hires Director of Sales CNNMoney.com
Protein from frogs' eggs could treat brain tumours Cancer Research UK
Twins' first-class degree double BBC News
Clean sweep for St Augustine's Wiltshire Times
Penoyre & Prasad in the running for new Bath University arts complex Architects' Journal
University of Bath receives £1 million endowment from trust Fundraising UK

28 June 2007
Cancer hopes in frog egg Mirror
Cancer bullet Glasgow Daily Record
'Frog spawn molecule' may provide cancer treatment netdoctor.co.uk
Signalife hires Director of Sales Earthtimes.org, USA
Signalife hires Director of Sales MSN Money
Signalife hires Director of Sales Swamp Fox
Der Quantenrechner besitzt endlich eine Schnittstelle Computer Zeitung, Germany
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment RedOrbit

27 June 2007
Northern Leopard frog egg molecule could hold brain tumour cure Yahoo India
Northern Leopard frog egg molecule could hold brain tumour cure Daily India
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment Post Chronicle
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment Monsters and Critics
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment UPI
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment Earthtimes.org
Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumours Biocompare
Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumors CCNews
Amphinase molecule from frog could provide first drug treatment for brain tumours News-Medical
Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumours innovations report, Germany
Here's the story - writer goes on whirlwind tour Swindon Advertiser
Here's the story - writer goes on whirlwind tour Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Frog molecule may lead to tumor treatment imedinews
Frog molecule could be tumour cure Bath Chronicle
Hard work pays off at graduation Bath Chronicle
Students: Don’t blame us for housing crisis Bath Chronicle
Lecturer predicts more tobacco controls Bath Chronicle
Guide to studying abroad Moneycontrol.com, India
Oneida Savings appoints Maisey a VP Observer-Dispatch
Event Details West Focus

26 June 2007
ISF Internationale Schule Frankfurt-Rhein-Main Graduation Ceremony PresseBox, Germany
Universities tackle rise in 'studentification' Bath Chronicle
Frog Molecule Could Provide Drug Treatment For Brain Tumors Science Daily
Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumours Health Orbit
Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumours A2Media Group
Une grenouille fait rebondir la lutte contre le cancer L'Agefi, Switzerland
Une molécule de grenouille anti-cancer Cyberpresse, Canada

25 June 2007
Young ones shouldn't be afraid of financial advice Citywire
VoIP telecoms company Gradwell challenges BT Sourcewire
Bath start-up gets 250K for digital TV technology Science|Business
Ban on smoking in public is just the start, says expert Health Orbit

23 June 2007
Book about experiences of dyslexic academics and artists is published HULIQ, USA

22 June 2007
University honour for design entrepreneur Bath Chronicle
Painter wows judging panel Bath Chronicle
A university could still be built at Coate Swindon Advertiser
A university could still be built at Coate Devizes Gazette & Herald
Latest Coate plans go on show Swindon Advertiser
New university campus could still be viable Wiltshire Gazette and Herald

21 June 2007
Fold-away handlebars grab awards judges Bath Chronicle
Engineering research at uni gets £1m boost Bath Chronicle
Universities need to do urgent work to cope with digital "deluge" HULIQ, USA
New boy promises to follow old TMS script Telegraph

20 June 2007
How a little can go a long way Bath Chronicle
Merrill Lynch opens offices in Dubai International Financial Centre AME Info, United Arab Emirates
EyeGate Pharma appoints Richard Guy to Scientific Advisory Board and announces collaborative research agreement with University of Bath Biotech Intelligence
EyeGate Pharma Appoints Richard Guy to Scientific Advisory Board Market Wire, USA
DTI targets the weakest link The Source Public Management Journal
EyeGate Pharma appoints Richard Guy Yahoo Finance

19 June 2007
Too much, too late Guardian
看世界英国大学生研制出脚踏式潜艇 中国海洋报, China
DTI 'targets the weakest link' Continuity Central
DTI surveys reveals biggest risk to computer network security... PublicTechnology.net
Human error biggest threat to computer security IT Pro UK
DTI targets the weakest link Cambridge Network
Japan seeks to broaden aerospace industrial skills DefenseNews.com, USA

18 June 2007
DTI targets the weakest link Government News Network
French government let its people down during Nazi invasion, says book a2mediagroup.com
Buses to run on vegetable oil Bath Chronicle
Humans, not tech, are the greatest security risk The Register
DTI funds research into network security ZDNet UK
DTI spends on IT security KableNET
UK Government: DTI targets the weakest link Calibre Macro World

16 June 2007
From Russia with gong Guardian
Ex-footballer's epic bike ride Bath Chronicle

15 June 2007
TIMES 发布:英国热门专业最佳大学排名一览 东方网, China
Child psychologist is thanked by Prime Minister Bath Chronicle
Historian launches controversial book in city Bath Chronicle
DTI targets the weakest link net PR.pl (komunikaty prasowe), Poland
The race is on to commercialise OLEDs Connecting Industry
News round-up Public Finance online
The UK industrial manufacturing base RUSI Defence Systems

14 June 2007
Tapping at the glass ceiling: More women are studying MBAs - but there is still room for improvement Independent
杨洁篪外交生涯:从“老虎杨”到新外长 中国日报, China
杨洁篪外交生涯再回首:从"老虎杨"到共和国新外长 人民网, China

13 June 2007
British dotcomers sell themselves short Calibre Macro World
French government let its people down during Nazi invasion, says book HULIQ, USA
New proposal for town development BBC
Book criticises French government during Nazi invasion 999 Today
Student sells dotcom business for $1.25m 999 Today
Children’s worker & leading UK poet among those to be honored by the University of Warwick Web Wire
New experimental biology study results reported from University of Bath NewsRX

12 June 2007
Still Stratus not Altocumulus: Further evidence against the date/party hub distinction PLoS Biology
Submarine run on pedal power is given trial run HULIQ, USA
Submarine runs on pedal power Technology Horizon

11 June 2007
考试分数与手指有关 海峡都市报, China
Economic freedom helps cut unemployment, study shows Innovations Report
Economic freedom = low unemployment Calibre.com
International team rebuilds Ancient Rome digitally Newswise
Rome Reborn 1.0 Technology News Daily
Ancient Rome rebuilt digitally Science Daily

9 June 2007
三轮汽车 仅宽一米 新华网, China

8 June 2007
50人论坛:国家战略思想的重要策源地 成都日报, China
UCU action threatens to cause a lasting rift Times Higher Education Supplement
UK student sells web business for US$1.25m iT News, Australia
The Weekly Round-Up: 08.06.07 Silicon.com
Bath student-entrepreneur scoops 630K website jackpot Science|Business
UK student sells web business for $1.25m channelweb.co.uk
Primary pupils get a taste of University life Bath Chronicle 
Thumbs up for dedicated hitch-hiking duo Bath Chronicle
New signing wants to repay boss's faith This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Moo-ving on, what a week it's been for Kieran O'Neill Silicon-com

7 June 2007
新产品新技术 经济日报, China
Chinainfo 科技半月谈(2007年第4期) 中国科技信息, China
UK student sells web business for $1.25m What PC?
British dotcomers sell themselves short Business Online
A tale of two professions: why you may know a hospitalist but not an RCT Knowledge@W. P. Carey, USA
Diary; Education RedOrbit
New MD for Sun's screen and circuits business Printing Talk
SIAM Activity Group on Dynamical Systems JD Crawford Prize awarded EurekAlert
Upcoming events at the Canadian Centre for Architecture Canadian Architect, Canada
Honorary degrees awarded at Commencement's Morning Exercises Harvard University Gazette, USA

6 June 2007
Excuse me, while I `print' my dentures Hindu, India
Grateful Paul to climb mountain the hard way Bath Chronicle
Sun Chemical Names Managing Director For Screen and Circuits Business Packaging & Converting Essentials, Belgium
YouTube? I got there first! Southern Daily Echo
Teen nets millions for website sale Irish Examiner
What has wellbeing got to do with poverty in the developing world? eGov Monitor

5 June 2007
考试分数与手指有关 人民网, China
Teenager nets millions for website Channel4 News
UK student sells web business for $1.25m IT Week
UK student sells web business for US$1.25m IT News, Australia
Teenage student celebrates EUR1.25m dot-com sell-off Calibre Macro World
Teenage student celebrates $1.25m dot-com sell-off IC Liverpool
Kieran, 19, is dot-com millionaire Southern Daily Echo
Student sells business for $1.25 million Technology Horizons
$1.25m netted by teen Cambridge News
Student nets 1.25m in website sale Bath Chronicle
Jessica's hopes for major award Bath Chronicle
Not the whole truth Guardian
A new cycle Building Services Journal
Kieran, 19, is dot-com millionaire Basingstoke Gazette

4 June 2007
Dotcom student to make millions BBC
UK student sells web business for $1.25m VNUNet.com
19-year-old Bath student sells YouTube rival for £630,000 Computer Weekly
UK student sells web business for $1.25m Computing
UK student sells web business for $1.25m CRN
Teenager sells his website for £630k IC Birmingham
Finger length helps predict elementary exam results MediLexiCon
Finger length could predict your kid's intelligence Andhra Café
Bath researchers gas up green cars ITwire
Bath student-entrepreneur scoops £630K website jackpot Sciencebusiness.net

2 June 2007
Finger length could predict your kid's intelligence Peninsula On-line, Qatar
La mano svela il rendimento degli alunni Il Tempo, Italy
Colour not an issue as Pickering targets ten-second barrier Scotsman

1 June 2007
Finger length in children may determine intellectual ability BBC
无名指越长 数学就越好? (Fingers) 成都商报, China
Blir du klok på fingrene dine? VG, Norway
Fingers may foretell academic potential China Post
Brain power at our fingertips Age, Australia
La longitud de los dedos predice el potencial académico: estudio  Medline Plus
Kids in pain: Documentary shows how teens learn to live with pain Medical News Today
Sexual-Hormone beeinflussen geistige Entwicklung oe24.at - Wien, Austria
‘West Wales drags down economy’ IC Wales
DCU launches MAMBO, an interactive primary school science programme DCU

May 2007

31 May 2007
Fingers a handy sign of kids' intelligence NEWS.com.au, Australia
Rekenvaardigheid af te meten aan vingers Intermediar - Netherlands
Finger length may foretell academic potential China Daily
Kids fingers point to ability Daily Telegraph, Australia
Maths or language? It's in good hands Brisbane Times
Finger length linked to academic potential Australian
Finger length may foretell academic potential Independent, South Africa
Finger length linked to academic potential Courier Mail, Australia
Brain power at our fingertips The Age
TV focus on Min pain unit Bath Chronicle
The Min shows its class leader comment Bath Chronicle
NHS success story on TV Western Daily Press
Der Trend geht zum Ein-Liter-Auto Die Welt , Germany

30 May 2007
Maths or language? It's in good hands Brisbane Times, Australia
Langfingrede mænd gode til matematik Avisen, Denmark
New York: Finger length linked to academic potential Brisbane Courier-Mail, Australia
Finger length may foretell academic potential KNAU
Finger length may foretell academic potential Reuters
See those fingers? Do the MathScience Now
Kids in pain: documentary shows how teens learn to live with pain HealthOrbit
What has wellbeing got to do with poverty in the developing world? eGov Monitor

29 May 2007
Finger lengths could point out technophobia PC World Magazine, Australia
Finger lengths could point out technophobia Computer World, Australia
本科生、大专生如何申请英国硕士 人民网, China
Dr. Jack Whitehead, University of Bath visited DCU as part of the eLife Connecting People project DCU , Ireland
Impact of 2005 Energy Bill Varies Within Industry Land Development Today
Alfacell and University of Bath collaborators identify structure of amphinase PRNewswire
Alfacell and University of Bath collaborators identify structure of amphinase Biocompare
Alfacell and University of Bath collaborators identify structure of amphinase Earthtimes.org
Alfacell and University of Bath collaborators identify structure of amphinase PharmaLive.com

28 May 2007
Fingers link to school prowess Stuff.co.nz, New Zealand
Uno studio britannico sostiene la possibilità di svelare le attitudini future dei bambini attraverso la misurazione delle dita Galileo, Italy
Le dita della mano dicono se si sar? bravi a scuola Torinoscienza.it, Italy
Lunghezza dita svela attitudini a scula dei bambini ANSA, Italy
Finger length helps predict SAT exam results, study shows HealthOrbit
Long fingers just add up Eagle Tribune
Childrens' fingers predict maths and English skills Babyworld
考试成绩与手指长短有关? 法制晚报, China

27 May 2007
Tracing the path of depression News-Medical.Net

26 May 2007
Science of fingers is a head scratcher Regina Leader-Post, Canada
Fingers of Kids can Predict Their Performance in Exams MedIndia, India
Fingerlänge zeigt Mathebegabung Focus Online, Germany

25 May 2007
Careful who you finger Times
Finger length points towards exam results Guardian
See those fingers? Do the math Science Magazine
科学家发现食指长文科好无名指长数学好 东北新闻网, China
Slovacchia: l'assicurazione sulla salute non deve essere commerciale Portalino, Italy
Primary pupils to find out about university Gazette & Herald – Wiltshire
It’ll be Welsh Bac to the drawing board Wales.co.uk 
Trials and tribulations of picking a university Independent
Primary pupils to find out about university Swindon Advertiser

24 May 2007
Kid's Fingers Could Predict Intelligence Dog Flu Diet and Diseases, Canada 
Finger length linked to mathematical IQ PRESS TV, Iran
最新研究显示手指长短与考试成绩有关 华商网, China
Finger length helps predict elementary exam results, study shows SpiritIndia, India
Size does matter -- at least in fingers Canada.com, Canada Finger length key to child's success: study National Post, Canada  Longer ring finger points to high SAT math score Xinhua, China  Kids' fingers may forecast SAT scores FOX News Finger length helps predict elementary exam results, study shows Science Daily Fingers may forecast kids' test scores WebMD
Finger length helps predict elementary exam results, study shows DentalPlans.com
Finger length helps predict SAT exam results, study shows A2Media Group
Fingers linked to skill Sky News Australia
Finger Length Can Predict SAT ScoresAssociated Content
Another thing that can be predicted by finger lengthAlbourne Village
Competition to design new university arts centre BBC News
University of Bath School of Management Times

23 May 2007
Fingers 'a clue to exam success' BBC
Finger length points towards exam results Guardian Unlimited
How to put your finger on maths Times Online
Long ring finger? You will excel at maths Telegraph
Finger length linked to exam results Metro
Length of fingers 'show how a pupil will do at maths or English' Daily Mail
Rechenkünstler haben lange Ringfinger Berliner Zeitung, Germany
Exam success GMTV
Size does matter when it comes to fingers The Daily News, Canada
Count on fingers for math skills Victoria Times Colonist, Canada
Genius in math is all in the fingers Edmonton Journal, Canada
Finger size matters Regina Leader-Post , Canada
Finger length can predict math, reading skills, researchers claim Ottawa Citizen, Canada
Finger Length Predicts Exam Scores! Alalam News Network, Iran  Index Finger, Ring Finger Length Predictor of SAT Exam eMaxHealth.com, NC  Length of ring finger can predict kids' performances in English NewKerala.com, India 
Secret of success
InTheNews.co.uk Test Results All in the Fingers Ivanhoe, FL
Sexual Orientation and Finger length....again ScienceBlogs
Why Kids' Fingers Are Key To Academic Success Life Style Extra
Finger comparison ‘predicts exam results’ ic Wales,
Finger length helps predict elementary exam results, study shows EurekAlert
Your future is in your hands, say the experts Bath Chronicle
Slovakia retreats on move to create health insurance monopoly Yahoo
University launches competition to design new arts centre HULIQ

22 May 2007
Fingers 'a clue to exam success' BBC News
Long ring finger? You will excel at maths Telegraph.co.uk
The fingers that point to good exam resultS Glasgow Daily Record
Kinderen hebben het in de vingers Teleac Radio, Netherlands
Finger Length Predicts SAT Performance LiveScience.com
Finger length linked to exam results Metro
Finger length linked to exam results Metro
Long fingers equals smart children, says study Daily Mail
Higher education in Europe unlikely to hit target integration dateHULIQ
Leeds spin-out gets £5.5M in boosted commercialization investment Science Business
Long Term Incentive Plan - IP Group PLC Selftrade
Departing students urged to aid charity Bath Chronicle

21 May 2007
Pollution solution Engineer Online
Berkeley UC students protest speaker at graduation San Fransisco Chronicle
Is Ian set to feel the pain in Spain Bath Chronicle

20 May 2007
About 20 Cal graduates protest keynote speaker San Fransisco Chronicle

19 May 2007
Don Foster Liberal Democrats
Dear gair rhydd gair rhydd

18 May 2007
Youth justice - Stereotype or evidence based? HULIQ
Victory hailed after visit of BNP leader cancelled Muslim Weekly
Merseyside Police use cameras to catch mobile phone-using motorists Intranetics News
Why we Welsh are still risking death for a phone call ic Wales
IP Group - Modern Water IPO Hemscott

17 May 2007
Young boffins try to fix Tardis at Science Day Bath Chronicle

16 May 2007
Is there enough evidence for Youth Justice? Source Public Management Journal
Project explores link between acne treatment and depression HULIQ
Depression fear over acne drug Bath Chronicle
Computer simulation studies of three dimensional magnetic nano-structures pro-physik.de, Germany
Students introduce pupils to uni life Swindon Advertiser
Uni bows to pressure over racists, 16.5.07 New Nation
BNP audience outnumbered by protesters Bath Chronicle
Relay for life at university Bath Chronicle

15 May 2007
JPs ‘ignore advice of experts’ Times
Magistrates 'ignore' expert view BBC
Magistrates decisions on young offenders 'based on stereotypes' Daily Mail
Magistrates “disregard” Youth Offending Teams’ advice when making decisions Communitycare.co.uk
Magistrates' rulings on young offenders 'based on stereotypes' 24dash.com
Youth justice - Stereotype or evidence based? EurekAlert!
Youth justice - Stereotype or evidence based? HULIQ
What will the world look like in 2017? MSN
Ready for business Guardian
Wizzybug: a first mobility vehicle for disabled kids Gizmag, Australia
Bath University to run new £140K programme for silicon start-ups Science Business
Nick Griffin’s Bath trip goes down the plug hole Socialistworker.co.uk
BNP leader in Bath Bath Chronicle

14 May 2007
牛津大学再度雄踞英国《卫报》大学排行榜 (University Guide 08) 浙江在线, China
BNP leader to speak in spa town BBC
Demonstrate against fascist BNP leader Nick Griffin's visit to University of Bath Black Information Link
Bicycle helmets - a road safety hazard? Gizmag, Australia
Review finds ways of helping the children of drug and alcohol misusers Innovations Report
Acceptance remains uncertain for gay coaches KMOV.com
Mike is the new face of our town's culture Calne Gazette & Herald
Gifted children get chance of university education Bath Chronicle

13 May 2007
牛津再度雄踞《卫报》大学榜 (University Guide 08) 留学第一站, China

12 May 2007
Inquiry into claim that police joined BNP event Guardian

11 May 2007
Deflated! Health and Safety officials ban physiotherapists Daily Mail
BNP leader banned from Bath University 24dash.com
University bans BNP leader Buxton Today
Uni may ban exercise ball chairs BBC News
Rare ‘gene-for-gene’ interaction that helps bacteria kill their host Bio Chemist
Deflated! Health and Safety officials ban physiotherapists This is London
Meet the man behind the Swindon Festival of Literature BBC

10 May 2007
周文重被任命为中国驻美国大使 不久将赴任 中国驻纽约总领事馆, China
Wie von Geisterhand gesteuert Berliner Zeitung, Germany
University bars BNP leader from campus after protest fears Guardian
University bans BNP leader invite BBC
University in row over BNP invite BBC
University row after BNP speech invite
Times
University 'irresponsible' over BNP talk Hawick Today
University 'irresponsible' over BNP talk Berwickshire Today
Race law bid to keep BNP out of Bath Uni Bath Chronicle
BNP and the University of Bath Early Day Motions
BNP leaders visit to university condemned The Muslim Weekly
UCU response to Bath University cancelling visit of BNP leader Politics.co.uk
Unite urges University to rethink over BNP meeting CCNMatthews, Canada
Electronic displays that fit on clothing could power revolution in lighting Nanowerk LLC
Organic LEDs could light up packaging Plastics & Rubber Weekly
Pharming proposes new members for supervisory board ArriveNet
Pharming proposes new members for supervisory board PharmaLive
Pharming proposes new members for supervisory board WebWire
Strange but true: helmets attract cars to cyclists Scientific American
Grey whales are starving Vancouver Province, Canada
Sports physiotherapy boosted by new international qualification MedIndia, India
Having a ball at work so great for your back Bath Chronicle
Grow your own insulation BD online
Bath gets green design professor BD online

9 May 2007
牛津再度雄踞《卫报》大学榜 中青在线 , China
Organic LEDs could light up packaging Plastics and Rubber Weekly
Controlling prion folding RSC
No platform the BNP at Bath University Socialist Worker
Demonstrate against fascist BNP leader Nick Griffin's visit to University of Bath Black Information Link
Fascism has no place in academic institutions Black Information Link
Bath is hot for Catholic students Independent Catholic News

8 May 2007
BNP leader to speak at Bath Guardian
Vaccine may protect against CJD BBC
Scientists discover rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction that helps bacteria kill their hostA2Media Group
Gene-for-gene interactions help bacteria kill their host News-Medical.net
Pharming proposes new members for supervisory board Market Wire
Persbericht Pharming - voorstel nieuwe commissarissen BNR, the Netherlands
Pharming proposes new members for supervisory board Market Watch
Changes to city centre bus stops for 418/18 First Group
Record time set in 11th annual river duck race Bath Chronicle

7 May 2007
Gene Therapy - Investigators at University of Bath, Center for Regenerative Medicine zero in on gene therapy NewsRX
Scientists discover rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction that helps bacteria kill their host MedIndia
Balloon Kyphoplasty to be Introduced in IndiaBusiness Wire India via Hindustan Times
Review finds ways of helping the children of drug and alcohol misusers Medical News Today
University of Bath, Proposed Centre for Creative Arts Archined, Netherlands

5 May 2007
Un coup de pulvérisateur... et les toits deviendront panneaux solaires Le Monde, France
La Chine change de chef de la diplomatie Bluewin, Switzerland
UCU: Lecturers’ union concern over BNP manipulation of Bath University Politics.co.uk

4 May 2007
Vaccine may protect against CJD BBC
Scientists discover rare ‘gene-for-gene’ interaction that helps bacteria kill their host Innovations Report, Germany
Scientists discover rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction that helps bacteria kill their hostBioresearch Online
Innovation award Engineer Online
Prosonix wins award for SAXIn-Pharmatechnologist
Knox College to Host Chinese Ambassador to U.S. Knox College

3 May 2007
Rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction helps bacteria kill their host Science Daily
Balloon kyphoplasty to be introduced in India United News of India
Prosonix win award for SAX LabTechnologist.com, France
His Excellency Zhou Wenzhong, Ambassador to the United States from the People's Republic of China Knox College
BBC presenter at University of Bath Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Standard

2 May 2007
Review finds ways of helping the children of drug and alcohol misusers Innovations Report, Germany
Review finds ways of helping children of drug and alcohol misusers News-Medical.net
Problem pets can now pop Prozac New Scientist
Balloon Kyphoplasty to be Introduced in India NDTV.com, India
牛津荣膺全英最佳大学 星辰在线, China
La Chine change de ministre des Affaires étrangères AngolaPress, Angola
La Chine change de chef de la diplomatie Le Vif/L'Express, Belgium
Students awarded cash boosts for aid projects Bath Chronicle
Students face gig challenge IC Newcastle
Triteq appoints operations director to enhance services for customers Electronics Components Week

1 May 2007
The University of Bath among top ten UK universities HULIQ
Children survive parental substance abuse Washington Times
Review finds ways of helping children of drug and alcohol misusers Science Daily
La Chine change de ministre des Affaires étrangères Romandie.com, Switzerland
Larkins to direct operations Electronics Talk
Students take centre stage to receive awards for arts success Bath Chronicle

April 2007

30 April 2007
Pacific whale decline 'a mystery' BBC News
英国造出"脚踏式人力潜艇" 时速可达5.6公里(图) 中国经济网, China
英国造出脚踏式人力潜艇 时速可达5.6公里 北方网, China
University arts complex for Bath Design Week
Prosonix and University of Bath win Royal Society of Chemistry award Oxfordshire Bioscience Network
Review identifies ways to help children of drug and alcohol misusers HULIQ
Review identifies ways to help children of drug and alcohol misusers A2Media Group
Review identifies ways to help children of drug and alcohol misusers HealthOrbit
Children survive parental substance abuse United Press International
OLED project examines science for lighting uses Electronics Weekly
ICT Standardization :: Driving the Global Market ICT Standardization Report
Triteq appoints Operations Director to enhance services for customers UKPRwire
Getmapping 3D GIS seminar is a success DirectionsMag.com
Town's university challenge Swindon Advertiser

29 April 2007
英国新成立智能复合材料中心将与工业界合作 新华, China
Bushs Freund Frankenpost, Germany

28 April 2007
New Chinese Foreign Secretary UK educated, US expert MercoPress, Uruguay
Ex-envoy to US appointed China's Foreign Minister Hindu, India
NPC approves 4 new ministers People's Daily Online, China

27 April 2007
China appoints new foreign minister Guardian
China names new foreign minister BBC
China Appoints new Foreign Minister New York Times, USA
China names former envoy to US as foreign minister Yahoo
China heeft een nieuwe minister van Buitenlandse Zaken Metro Time, Belgium
La Chine change de ministre des Affaires étrangères Le Temps, Switzerland
China names former envoy to US as foreign minister New Straits Times, Malaysia
Introducing the pedal power submarine Daily Mail
Introducing the pedal power submarine Evening Standard
中国工商银行股份有限公司关于召开2006年度股东年会的通 全景网
Plasmonics book gives overview of technology that could revolutionise computing
HULIQ
Plasmonics book gives overview of technology that could revolutionise computing PhysOrg.com
Plasmonics book gives overview of technology that could revolutionise computing Nanotechwire.com
Consortium to undertake research into OLEDs European Design Engineer Magazine
Consortium to undertake research into OLEDs Engineer Live
Carbon dioxide trap recycles pollutant back into process European Process Engineer Magazine
New technology devised at Bath University Welsh Automotive Forum
New technology from Bath University IndiaCar.net
Ergotronic: Mood ring reincarnated Psychology Today
Civil War economies, the hunt for profit and the incentives for peace. Regjeringen.no, Norway

26 April 2007
Award-winning pollution trap technology could have applications on fuel pumps Auto Industry
CO2 trap wins award Virgin Net
CO2 trap wins award New Car Net
Des affichages électroniques qui pourraient révolutionner l'éclairage CORDIS Nouvelles, Belgium
Electronic displays that could power a revolution in lighting
CORDIS
Display elettronici per una rivoluzione dell'illuminazione CORDIS, Luxembourg
Elektronik auf dem Joghurt Scienzz Magazin, Germany
Super T-rays can search for disease or bombs Daily Star, Bangladesh
Bath University launches arts complex competition Architects' Journal
Student group sets sights on share of cash Bath Chronicle
The Gig Guide Wiltshire Times

25 April 2007
A new nursery toy for disabled children HULIQ
Modecom: quand les objets s'allumeront pour nous parler Techno-science.net, France
Super T-rays can search for disease or bombs The Daily Star, Bangladesh
Steve Webb Liberal Democrats
Orbiting with science author Dana Sobel Hamptons Independents

24 April 2007
Britain sets the pace with £15m bid for competitive advantage Times
巴思大学 华龙网
Electronic displays that fit on clothing could power revolution in lighting A2Mediagroup
Vectura brings inhaled Viagra one step closer Bath Chronicle
NHS tries out new artificial bone Healthcare Equipment and Supplies
Diet pills: dying to be slim Daily Mail

23 April 2007
哪些高中生适合出国留学? 华龙网
På eller av med sykkelhjelmen? Woman24, Norway
Carbon dioxide trap wins award for innovation Engineer Live
The future face of power generation Engineer Live
Computing History 50 Connect
Catalytic complexity Chemistry World

20 April 2007
Flexi-plastic films set to revolutionize home lighting and e-clothing yahoo.com
Flexi-plastic films set to revolutionize home lighting and e-clothing DailyIndia.com
Scientists aim to enable chameleon clothes CBC Nova Scotia, Canada
Un display pret-à-porter Galileo, Italy
How tech trends affect our lives ZDnet.com
Scientists aim to enable chameleon clothes CBC News, Canada
OLEDS Could Revolutionise Lighting and Clothing Design The A-Z of Materials.com
What you wear is what you light--electronic displays that fit on clothing could power revolution in lighting HULIQ
HR urge to train managers to develop their own staff People Management
Free lecture at the University of Bath, UK, on using green energy HULIQ
Things can only get better ... surely. Glasgow Daily Record
Chief constable Della Cannings is unrepentant about accusations Telegraph
Institute names new director Minnesota Daily

19 April 2007
Flexi-plastic films set to revolutionize home lighting and e-clothing Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
Electronic displays that fit on clothing could power revolution in lighting Science Daily
Electronic displays that fit on clothing could power revolution in lighting EurekAlert
Mass-marketed OLEDs could power lighting revolution Photonics.com
OLEDs for clothing and lighting ZDNet.com blogs
OLEDS could revolutionise lighting and clothing design AZoM
Plastic magic Glasgow Daily Record
Reife Leistung auf der Insel Junge Karriere

18 April 2007
Stone lectern's 14-year saga comes to an end on University campus A2Media Group
Saga over for Eric's lectern Bath Chronicle
Science Minister sees University's "very impressive" work on cutting vehicle carbon emissions A2Media Group
Children’s author to visit Malta Malta Independent Online, Malta
Watch out, traditional cruise set - students are coming icWales
Hip ops get ceramic revolution Western Daily Press

17 April 2007
City to get new speakers' corner BBC
HRH Duke Of Kent Visits The Museum Of Computing Managing Information News
Engineers make a splash with submarine Bath Chronicle
Battle for Coate is not yet over Swindon Advertiser
White returns 4barsrest.com
IPC Southbank appoints development director IPC Media
Golden gate People Management Magazine
Student cruises launched Manchester Evening News

16 March 2007
许善达:增减税并行加大力度调整收入分配 (Xu Shanda, alumnus) 大洋网, China
Don’t gamble with life – improve the odds Australian Healthcare Association
Student wins engineering award EngineeringTalk
Battle for Coate is not over yet Swindon Advertiser
University of Bath's "very impressive" work on cutting vehicle carbon emissions HULIQ
When a wig is better than a helmet Oxford Mail
About creativity, not censorship Marketing Magazine, Ireland
HRH Duke of Kent Visits The Museum of Computing in Swindon Response Source
Pioneers shortlisted for prestigious award Bath Chronicle

15 April 2007
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Times
Hummel: Und sie fliegt doch Jesus, Switzerland
Robotics student wins Leadership Award Manufacturing Talk
Berlin auf der Hannover Messe 2007 BerliNews, Germany

12 April 2007
Love hurts: conference explores the link to addiction HealthOrbit
Duke's scientific fact-finding mission Swindon Advertiser
LTC appoints new chief exec Morning Advertiser

11 April 2007
One in five people will face a 'shameful' death A2Media Group
'Employers aren't giving nurses time to develop careers', UK Medical News Today
'Employers aren't giving nurses time to develop careers', UK MediLexicon
‘Employers aren’t giving nurses time to develop careers’ HealthOrbit
Biologists call for better choice of model organisms in 'evo-devo' A2Media Group
David Blunkett and Lord Giddens to meet in Bath to discuss the future of British politics A2Media Group
Duke of Kent to visit university BBC
Duke gives us the Royal eye Swindon Advertiser
Expert’s concerns about child mental health services HealthOrbit
Wolfsburgerin heute mit Start über 100 Meter newsclick.de, Germany
37 UK institutions to participate in GHEDEX 2007 AME Info, United Arab Emirates
Europe's largest LED conference attracts global leader line-up LEDs Magazine
Glittering venue makes a comeback Bath Chronicle
UK good for Taite Manawatu Standard, New Zealand

10 April 2007
Superbug increasingly resistant to last resort antibiotic New Materials International
Europe's largest LED conference attracts global leader line-up LEDs Magazine

8 April 2007
One in five can expect a 'lonely death' CNN-IBN, India

7 April 2007
For gay coaches, acceptance remains uncertain Belleville News-Democrat, USA

6 April 2007
U of M names new director for Stem Cell Institute KARE 11, USA
Left Wing Politics MiltonKeynes.com

5 April 2007
Where can't you put human ashes? BBC
Youth obesity dilemma: Let's get our kids moving Poughkeepsie Journal, USA
New U of M stem cell chief is on the job WKBT - La Crosse, USA
'U' Hires British Biologist For Stem Cell Center WCCO, USA
New U of M stem cell chief is on the job In-Forum, USA
New U of M stem cell chief is on the job Brainerd Dispatch, USA
'Headless frog' scientist to lead U stem cell efforts Minneapolis Star Tribune, USA
Promotions Pick-up at PIMCO MutualFundWire.com, USA
PIMCO announces promotions Web Services Journal
PIMCO announces promotions MarketWire
Blunkett to host city debate Bath Chronicle
'World of pain' after overnight coast race Bath Chronicle
MedAire announces new U.K. management Media Press Release

4 April 2007
One in five face 'shameful death' The Australian, Australia
One in five 'face shameful death' Guardian Unlimited
One in five 'faces shameful death' Channel 4 News
One in five 'face shameful death' Hemelhempstead Today
One in five 'face shameful death' Daily Star
One in five 'face shameful death' Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph
One in five 'face shameful death' UK Express
One in five 'face shameful death' Bradford Telegraph
"Shameful death" for 20 percent GMTV
One in five people will face a 'shameful' death - could it be you? Medical News Today
One in five people will face a 'shameful' death - could it be you? MediLexiCon
One in five can expect a 'lonely shameful death' Daily Mail
One in five 'face shameful death' Ananova
'One in five will die a shameful death' Buxton Today
Professor tackles death in new book Bath Chronicle
纳税服务的经济学分析 法律教育网, China
Biologists Call For Better Choice Of Model Organisms In 'evo-devo' MediLexicon
Weak drug combos find new use Nature.com
MedAire announces new U.K. management PR Newswire
MedAire announces new UK management PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria
MedAire announces new UK management Earthtimes.org
MedAire announces new UK management Pressemeldinger.no
British biologist to lead U work on stem cells Pioneer Press, USA
Pension research projects announced by Rotman School's International Centre for Pension Management Ascribe

3 April 2007
One in five 'will die without dignity' IC Birmingham
A chance for teenagers to get animated Swindon Advertiser
The answer to childhood obesity: kick a football around for 15 minutes a day? EMax Health
Bath Graduate's company can turn a car into an office HULIQ
学校排名:英国六大最热门专业的最佳大学排名 (Computer Science) 东方网, China
Halcrow chairman set to retire this summer Peterborough Now
Reife Leistung auf der Insel Karriere.de, Germany

2 April 2007
英国:六大最热门专业的最佳大学排名 (Computer Science) QQ, China

1 April 2007
How Glastonbury is bringing the curtain down on the ticket touts Guardian

March 2007

30 March 2007
Secretary sacked for blog on office life wins £30,000 Times
Biologists call for better choice of model organisms in ‘evo-devo’ Innovations Report, Germany
Biologists call for better choice of model organisms in 'evo-devo' Science Daily
英国热门专业的最佳大学排名 (Computer Science) 搜狐, China
Scheiding kerk en staat even opzijgezet Reformatorisch Dagblad, Netherlands
There's better things to spend money on Swindon Advertiser

29 March 2007
Better models for evo-devo
Scenta
The 'fab' machine that could spark an industrial revolution Guardian
Young entrepreneur hopes car computer will click Auto Wired
Travel in style with onboard car computer Bath Chroniocle
Body fat loss varies between sexes Englemed
Biologists call for better choice of model organisms in 'evo-devo' Physorg.com
Legionnaires death hospital fined Guardian Unlimited
Legionnaires death hospital fined Ananova
Hospital sentenced after Legionnaire's disease death Buxton Today
RUH Fined 80,000 Bath Chronicle
Hospital fined for killer shower Metro
A common interest SupplyManagement.com
'Parisian Bridget Jones' wins blog payout The Age
'Petite anglaise' blogger wins sacking case Telegraph.co.uk

28 March 2007
Large-scale comparative genomic ranking of Taxonomically Restricted Genes (TRGs) in bacterial and archaeal genomes
PloS One

27 March 2007
Minimum dose for children with fever, parents advised New Materials International
Course top for women students Bath Chronicle
GAYLA Week promotes tolerance through variety of activities, speakers Wartburg College Trumpet, USA
英国热门专业的最佳大学排名 (Computer Science) 中青在线

26 March 2007
Akesis Pharmaceuticals announces addition to scientific advisory board Freshnews.com, US
Akesis Pharmaceuticals announces addition to scientific advisory board EarthTimes.org
Akesis Pharmaceuticals announces addition to scientific advisory board Yahoo! Finance
Un médicament contre l'acné accusé de créer des états dépressifs L'Hebdo, Switzerland
Light years ahead The Engineer Online

25 March 2007
C'est quoi ton alim? Une lampe halogène! Net-Actuality, France

24 March 2007
Cameron's whistle-stop visit Bath Chronicle

23 March 2007
Patricia Leao is married to Tim J. Kamienski zwire.com
Radiation technology to detect dangerous materials Technology News Daily

22 March 2007
Activity keeps kids thin Health24.com, South Africa
Research in childhood obesity in children highlights physical activity levels Medical News Today
Walk to school a life saver StaffNurse.com
Technology club aims to help firms flourish Malvern Gazette
Ufficio brevetti “Madre Natura” La Stampa, Italy

21 March 2007
Just 15 minutes of exercise lowers a child's chances of being obese News-Medical.net, Australia
Activity levels key to childhood obesity CBC News, Canada
Activity levels key to childhood obesity WFIE-TV, USA
Activity levels key to childhood obesity Lex 18, USA
Activity levels key to childhood obesity HealthCentral.com
Even a little extra exercise lowers kids' risk of obesity MedPage Today
Activity levels key to childhood obesity Austin American-Statesman
Activity levels key to childhood obesity Atlanta Journal Constitution
Childhood obesity 'solved by moderate exercise' Keep the Doctor Away
Little bit of exercise does a lot to reduce obesity in children Best Syndication
Technology club aims to help firms flourish Ledbury Reporter
Networking lunch club is spreading net far and wide Swindon Advertiser
Time for some all-nighters Embassy, Canada
Five newcomers get ready to sell Swindon Advertiser
The hazards of our safety regulations Chester Daily Local Online, USA
No peace without a dialogue of religions Embassy, Canada
Hospital guilty over legionnaires' death Guardian Unlimited
Gradwell demonstrates the mobile VoIP office, total Outlook integration, a new “onsite” phone system and announces an increase in reseller margins SourceWire
Even a little extra exercise lowers kids' risk of obesity MedPageToday

20 March 2007
How 15 minutes' exercise can beat obesity Daily Mail
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Mirror
Objectively measured physical activity and fat mass in a large cohort of children PLoS Medicine
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Scientific American
The Answer To Childhood Obesity: 15 Minutes Of Football? Science Daily
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Reuters India
15 minutes of football 'can halve obesity risk' Belfast Telegraph
Secret to slim kids? A little running around Independent Online, South Africa
Just a little activity keeps kids slim Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Just a little activity keeps kids slim The Age, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity The Australian, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity NEWS.com.au, Australia
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Reuters.uk
15 minutes of football agianst to childhood obesity HULIQ
Obese Kids: Get Outside and Play Everyday NewsMax.com
Sport 'vital in tackling childhood obesity' stv.tv
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Zee News, India
Sport 'vital in tackling childhood obesity' ITN
15 min of exercise beats fat Sunday Times.au, Australia
Just a little activity keeps kids slim Ninemsn, Australia
Just a little activity keeps kids slim The West Australian, Australia
Brief bouts of exercise cut child obesity Earthtimes.org
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity Sunday Times.au, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity Courier Mail, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity Advertiser Adelaide, Australia
15 minutes of exercise beats obesity Daily Telegraph, Australia
The answer to childhood obesity - 15 minutes of football SpiritIndia, India
Secret to slim kids? Just a little running around Times of India, India
Sport 'vital in tackling childhood obesity' ITV.com
5 new companies join Bath’s Innovation Centre Science Business
The answer to childhood obesity: 15 minutes of football? EurekAlert!
The Handbook of Sport and Exercise Medicine, First Edition brings together the common problems and diagnoses in Sports and Exercise Medicine Business Wire
5 new companies join Bath’s Innovation Centre Science Business
Dow Corning Connects With Leading Experts In Silicon Science BioResearch Online
Genetically-engineered disease-free mosquito could save millions of lives, say scientists Daily Mail
The answer to childhood obesity: kick a football around for 15 minutes a day? Health Orbit
Introducing Modern Building Services’ sponsored student Modern Building Services

19 March 2007
Kjendiser er overvurdert Kreativt Forum, Norway
Kjendiser selger ikke Side 2, Norway
Kjendistryner kan også blekne Forskning.no, Norway
Du selger som Beckham Nettavisen, Norway
Hazardous Safety Regulation Capitalism Magazine
Group forms over interference Find Articles

18 March 2007
Degrees with a twist Malaysia Star, Malaysia
La lumière exploitée pour faire tourner un ordinateur Silicon.fr, France
Computers that run on light? Research project could help create new photonic devices Science Daily
Free lecture on Avebury excavations Gazette & Herald

17 March 2007
Attosecond Technology Technology News Daily
Research project could help create computers that run on light engadget
Research project with potential to create computers that run on light Medical News Today
John Stossel: Government safety regulations can kill you The Union Leader

16 March 2007
Photonics to supersede electronics in processors ComputerWeekly.com
Research focused on enabling desktop computers to see the light Betterhumans
科学家研制光子计算机 (Photonic computers) 驱动之家
John Faasse van Kobalt over sterren in reclame Molblog, the Netherlands
Neuer Professor für Mathematik an der Universität des Saarlandes bildungsklick.de (Pressemitteilung), Germany

15 March 2007
Researchers explore technology for photonic computers HPCwire
Research focused on enabling desktop computers to see the light NetworkWorld.com
Boffins building computer that runs on light IT Week
Boffins building computer that runs on light iT News, Australia
Boffins building computer that runs on light What PC?
Boffins building computer that runs on light VNUNet.com
Boffins building computer that runs on light Computing
PC som går på lys it-avisen, Norway
Research project could help create computers that run on light Teknik Og Viden, Denmark
A computer powered by light Sapinfo Magazine
Researcher finds way to 'grow' bone tissue Therapeutics Daily
Hazardous safety regulation RealClearPolitics
Hazardous safety regulation Human Events, USA
Library 2.0 Forum: Engaging users and delivering innovative library services Managing Information News
Councils balance books with huge rises in care fees Public Finance
Pro and active forms of human enzyme bear structural differences NewsRX

14 March 2007
Research project could help create computers that run on light Gizmag, Australia
Waveform project may advance photonic computers Photonics.com
Research project could help create computers that run on light PhysOrg.com
Research project could help create computers that run on light CIO Tech Informer
Computers running on light Scenta.co.uk
Researchers building computers that run on light Slashdot
University of Bath withdraws from Gateway project Swindon Business News
New businesses join Swindon Innovation Centre Swindon Business News
Quit while you're ahead, Welsh smokers urged British Medical Association
Researcher finds way to 'grow' bone tissue Bath Chronicle
Research says celebrity endorsements fail to meet expectations European Research online
Bighead Bonding Fasteners Manufacturing Talk
Education UK 2007 Expo Today Bru Direct, Brunei Darussalam
Research says celebrity endorsements fail to meet expectations EUROPA, Belgium

13 March 2007
Maniacal Medicine ThomasNet Industrial News Room, USA
Lane: Pedaler ponders his dangerous looks News-Journal, USA
Lane: Pedaler ponders his dangerous looks Lufkin Daily News, USA
Lane: Pedaler ponders his dangerous looks Waco Tribune Herald, USA
Expert comment on ‘cuts’ in NHS stop smoking services HealthOrbit
Date with PM Bath Chronicle
Type of radiation helps researchers detect hazardous materials Kirtland Air Force Base
GHEDEX, TRAINEX & JOBEX dates and sponsors announced AME Info, United Arab Emirates

12 March 2007
Scientists to ‘grow’ bone in the laboratory HealthOrbit
Improved crystallization and particle engineering Oxfordshire Bioscience Network
Minister quits UK Government over nuclear arms plan Bloomberg
GM crops benefiting third world Bath Chronicle

11 March 2007
Breakthrough to develop pollution-free cars London Press

9 March 2007
ESRC: Survival of the fittest - what does Darwinism mean to social science Politics.co.uk
Survival of the fittest - what does Darwinism mean to social science?Wired-Gov
Respect the land we have Swindon Advertiser
For young athletes having fun, mastering skills outscore 'winning at all costs' Newswise
For young athletes having fun, mastering skills outscore 'winning at all costs' EurekAlert!
Lecturers raving about latest ideas on tribes Bath Chronicle
Have Darwin's theories survived the test of time? Bath Chronicle
Homes hope in new rules for landlords Bath Chronicle

8 March 2007
Scientist: 'Fabbers' may be home staples Science Daily
Dossier Telekom-Größen wagen riskantes Auswärtsspiel Financial Times Deutschland
Director of new united nations university international institute for Global Health appointed Nieuwsbank, the Netherlands
Learning to share People Management Online
Choir's town recital under new conductor Tavistock Times Gazette
Protect your head, you might need it Carlisle Sentinel, USA
Northbank Communications strengthens London team with new appointment PharmaLive.com, USA
People and posts (8 March 2007) People Managment Magazine
TV historian Starkey opens new study facilities Bath Chronicle
Robots put fun into learning Bath Chronicle
Students pay high price to live here Bath Chronicle
Joy as city wins race to host Youth Games Bath Chronicle

7 March 2007
Northbank Communications strengthens London team with new appointment of Bath alumnus PharmaLive.com
Infusion of a Biotinylated Bis-Glucose Photolabel: A new method to quantify cell-surface GLUT4 in the intact mouse heart AJP - Endocrinology and Metabolism
A functorial construction of moduli of sheaves Diabetologia Journal
Lookin’ for fast love Metro
Tackling airborne infection risk Clinical Services Journal

6 March 2007
Wombat Financial Software names Jon Lambert CFO Finextra
Mum’s the word for TV star Wiltshire Times
University tour Wiltshire Times
Wombat bolsters management ranks Investor Services Journal
Cotton tales Calne Gazette & Herald
Mind reading Bath Chronicle

5 March 2007
Ryo goes home Non League Daily
Herb may cure malaria 50 Connect
TRADA offers student prize Timber Trades Journal

4 March 2007
Stars losing marketing appeals Canada.com, Canada
Consortium Forms to Assess GNSS Interference Issues GPS World magazine

3 March 2007
Study predicts a slowing of sales for celebrity endorsed products CareFair.com, Switzerland

2 March 2007
Celebrity endorsements less effective for many products Innovations Report
Study predicts celebrity endorsement backlash Cosmetics Design North America
Une Ferrari tricotée ! Autonews.fr, France
Bath Uni abandons Swindon plans BBC Online
Time to co-operate over the future of CoateSwindon Advertiser
University pulls out of Swindon project Gazette & Herald
IPSO Ventures - AIM Admission DocumentHemscott

1 March 2007
Study predicts backlash against celebrity products CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com, France
Celebrity endorsement efficacy questioned Daily India
Higher education funding BBC News Educational Edition
Preliminary Results - Sagentia Group AG Selftrade
University pulls out of Swindon - official Swindon Advertiser
A central site is the best location Swindon Advertiser
Town should have its own university Swindon Advertiser
War support was wrong Swindon Advertiser
Students celebrate volunteering week Skills Active
News: Royal Society gives new industry carbon recycling nanotech trap an award Environment Times
Impaired skin microvascular reactivity in painful diabetic neuropathy Diabetes Care
Understanding and modifying the impact of parents’ substance abuse Adv Psychiatric Treat, USA

February 2007

28 February 2007
Celebrity endorsement efficacy questioned Monsters and Critics.com
Why Dove ladies sell better than Zeta icWales
Celebrities in adverts - are they worth it? Bath Chronicle
Loop rider ponders close calls Daytona Beach News Journal, USA
Jennifer Cantell, Alumni Relations Officer, Department of Development & Alumni Relations, University of BathLeigh Journal
Jennifer Cantell, Alumni Relations Officer, Department of Development & Alumni Relations, University of BathPrestwich & Whitefield Guide

27 February 2007
Glitterati found to be oversold Washington Times, USA
Celebrity ads' impact questioned BBC News
Celebrity endorsements less effective for many products innovations report, Germany
Celebrity endorsements don't click with consumers: study CBC Ottawa, Canada
'Star-studded adverts don't sell as well' Life Style Extra
Fire David Beckham, hire Andy Martens SooToday.com
Find your old college pals Swindon Advertiser
Complaints log to ease 'town and gown' tension Bath Chronicle
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv MacReport

26 February 2007
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv NewsBlaze
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv Market Wire
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv WM Experts
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv Genetic Engineering News
London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary HealthSPAC, LLC unveil growth strategy with pharmaceutical serv SYS-CON Media
Bath answers call for 'work ready' students Bath Chronicle

25 February 2007
Industria del “caro estinto” Capitoloprimo.it, Italy

24 February 2007
'Quiet' helmet to save hearing Sun
Animal testers in from the cold The Age
Arctic trip for biology student Yeovil Express
Arctic trip for biology student Truro Packet

23 February 2007
As for housework... women better off single Telegraph
Pollution control technology wins Royal Society Award Nanotechnology and Development News, USA
Pollution control technology wins Royal Society award Nanotechwire.com

22 February 2007
The surprising risks of playing it safe ABC News
英国开发出“捕捉”工业废气的新材料 (Fibre) 新华网
Jazz, rock, swing and farewell to a local legend Calne Gazette & Herald
Chance to find better solution Swindon Advertiser
Off site straw bale construction New Builder

21 February 2007
Safety helmet Technology Horizons
Pollution control technology wins Royal Society award Nano TechWire
Un corso di laurea in funerologia Tifeoweb, Italy
Uni students to study at college Swindon Advertiser

20 February 2007
£150,000 deal with the National Association of Funeral Directors Times
Spectrometers to aid uni research BBC Online
Pollution control technology wins Royal Society award innovations report, Germany
Pollution control technology wins award Scenta.co.uk
Keep higher education in mind Swindon Advertiser
Swindon College makes invitation to University of Bath Swindon Advertiser
Helmet designers want to hear from bikers Bath Chronicle
CAT's new PV roof will be generating soon New Builder
CAT's new PV roof will be generating soon Green Building Press

19 February 2007
The potential for inhalable drugs to change medicine is breathtaking Times Online
Why not look at brownfield sites? Swindon Advertiser
NDT of materials using pulsed thermography workshop/demonstration NetComposites
Professor John Purcell joins conciliation service ACAS PersonnelToday.com
Professor John Purcell joins ACAS netPR.pl, Poland
Professor John Purcell joins ACAS Government News Network
Bristol spin-out Revolymer raises 2M for polymer R&D Science|Business
Why life is turning out just grande for La Petite Anglais Yorkshire Post Today
British university offers 'degree in death' Mangalorean
Academy supports research student development Engineeringtalk

18 February 2007
动态追踪 搜狐
英国一所大学开先河 首次开设丧葬专业 网易

17 February 2007
Why Britain is going crazy for little princesses Independent
英国一所大学 开设丧葬专业 法制晚报
英国大学怪课多 巴斯大学首家可授葬礼师资质 中国网

16 February 2007
British university offers 'degree in death' AFP via Yahoo!
Funeral directors' degree created BBC Online
Anyone for a degree in the art of death Times
'Degree of death' Independent Online, South Africa
Università organizza laurea in «Pompe funebri» La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno, Italy
University offers 'degree in death' Lifestyle News
Death becomes university: Bath becomes dead centre for funeral director degrees Personnel Today
多基因序列蛋白没有进化优势 中国生物技术信息网
多基因序列蛋白没有进化优势 生物通
Plans for Swindon university run out of steam Guardian Unlimited
All is not lost for university plan Devizes Gazette & Herald
University's bright future Bath Chronicle
Green technology to boost production of Malaria 'wonder drug' Medical News Today
Green technology to boost production of malaria 'wonder drug' MediLexicon
Scientists boost production of cheap malaria drugs Science & Development Network
Young Saudis relish taste of sports medicine Arab News, Saudi Arabia
Think it announce unique new product for children PR inside

15 February 2007
Engineering graduates: They're not anoraks any more Independent
Bath uni may abandon Swindon site BBC
Engineering graduates: they're not anoraks any more Independent
留学海外的天津中学生 孤独中走进同居时代 新浪
留学海外天津人中学生过半 孤独中走进同居时代 北方网
University plans are suspended Swindon Advertiser
New campus plan dropped by university Bath Chronicle
Oxford Brookes could expand into Swindon Oxford Mail
University plan may still be on the cards Swindon Evening Advertiser
Scientists boost production of cheap malaria drugs SciDev.Net
Students to be budding film-makers Wiltshire Gazette and Herald

14 February 2007
New MD for BASF Malaysia Business Times - Malaysia
Le consortium européen à la recherche d'une méthode écologique CORDIS Nouvelles, Belgium
DFG unterstützt Kongresse und Tagungen - April 2007 idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft, Germany
DFG unterstützt Kongresse und Tagungen - April 2007 uni-protokolle, Germany
Wanted: York’s deep thinkers York Press
Hofesh Shechter: deGeneration Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Blow for university plans Wiltshire Gazette & Herald
MDY Healthcare - Appointments Hemscott

13 February 2007
The mice that roared Guardian Unlimited
Malaria breakthrough Scenta.co.uk
European consortium seeks 'green' method for producing anti-malarial drug Cordis News
Uni's 'death course' reaps the benefits Bath Chronicle
Check out cyberspace if you're looking for love Bath Chronicle
Students shine at trials Bath Chronicle

12 February 2007
Green technology to boost production of malaria ‘wonder drug’ innovations report, Germany
New technologies boost production of malaria drug artemisinin News-Medical
Green technology to boost production of malaria ‘wonder drug’ Health Orbit
Wing flexibility maximises thrust on entomopter NAVs Flight International - USA
Smart house helps owners News Shopper
Space 50, ICIA Arts Theatre, University of Bath Stage

11 February 2007
Prof Paul Goodwin to conduct CIMA Mastercourses Sunday Times.lk, Sri Lanka

9 February 2007
Have your say Daily Mail
Splicing and the evolution of proteins in mammals PLoS Biology
ACIC 07 Bridge Design & Engineering

8 February 2007
Evolutionary influences on proteins Medical News Today
情人节专题 疯狂男女简单爱 千龙
Controlling interest People Management
Decision awaited on status of St. John's field Bath Chronicle
Motorists warned: 'carelessness costs' (Bath) Avon and Somerset Constabulary

7 February 2007
Human proteins evolving slowly thanks to multi-tasking genes Medical News Today
Putting the brakes on evolution Nature.com
One giant step for pair of talented model makers Bath Chronicle
Battle begins to decide if field is actually a village green Bath Chronicle
Designs on the catwalk Bath Chronicle

6 February 2007
In the US, cuddle parties are the latest way to ease tension and boost wellbeing Red Orbit
Human proteins evolving slowly thanks to multi-tasking genes BBSRC
Human proteins evolving slowly thanks to multitasking genes Science Daily
Human proteins evolving slowly thanks to multi-tasking genes Innovations Report
Human proteins evolving slowly thanks to multi-tasking genes SpiritIndia, India
Splicing and the evolution of proteins in mammals PloS Biology
Talking house that helps Alzheimer's patients stay safe TMCnet
Arms around the world Belfast Telegraph
Cuddle parties: Will the UK embrace this trend? Independent
The drugs do work Guardian
Obituary: Dai Davies Guardian

5 February 2007
Putting the brakes on evolution Nature.com
Malaysian social stocks beat the market CSR Wire
Up and away Bath Chronicle

4 February 2007
The drugs do work Guardian
New computer software designed to improve flight safety APP, Pakistan

2 February 2007
英科学家欲造蜜蜂大小迷你飞机 新华网
New "smart home" helps people with dementia Mature Times
The Gig Guide: Ian Shaw This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Und sie fliegt doch: Mögliche Erklärung für das "Hummel-Paradox" gefunden Klamm.de, Germany
Expanded evening and day class programme offers courses from psychology to Pompeii Media Newswire
Reform: "Für Großbritannien ist EU-Verfassung tot" Die Presse, Germany
Cowboys are falling in love Bath Chronicle

1 February 2007
Scientists figure out how insects fly The Australian
Scientists figure out how insects fly ABC, Australia
Science: Bee line for tiny planes Daily Telegraph, Australia
Scientists all abuzz Herald Sun, Australia
Boffins get tiny plane buzz Australian IT
Fliegen wie die Hummeln Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany
FAQ: Guide to alternative fuels CNET News
Bee line for tiny planes Daily Telegraph, Australia
Scientists abuzz with bee-sized aircraft OptusNet News
Radical change in the air for GLONASS GPS World
Bumble bee fighter planes Scenta
Bee inspires aircraft design DNA, India
Fliegen wie die Hummeln Süddeutsche.de, Germany
Why the bumble bee flies so well Technology Horizons
Thank you all 86,000 times Bath Chronicle

 January 2007

31 January 2007
Bee paradox' solved Telegraph
Scientists find out how bees fly BBC
Bee paradox' solved Discovery Channel
Boffins causing a buzz with bee-sized aircraft AFP via Yahoo!
Scientists figure out how insects fly Mercury, Australia
Planes could bee reality Sky News
Research cracks puzzle of why the bumble bee can fly so well PhysOrg.com
Bee-sized aircraft creating a buzz Living it
Uni idea takes off Bath Chronicle
Birthday guests buy an orchard for professor Bath Chronicle
University MBA course shoots up the rankings Bath Chronicle

30 January 2007
Hayday so close to home triumph Bath Chronicle

29 January 2007
Big brains better for birds Harvard Gazette
FT MBA Rankings 2007 Financial Times
Smart House For People With Dementia Medical News Today
Smart House For People With Dementia MediLexicon
Swindon looks to partnership with China This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Keeping sprightly over the decades Bath Chronicle

28 January 2007
'Smart' house helps those with dementia Earthtimes.org
Athletics: Pickering blazes a trail of optimism Independent
Body parts: Pointing to the index finger North County Times, USA

27 January 2007
Village green public enquiry Bath Chronicle

26 January 2007
Smart gadgets help give dementia victims dignity Bath Chronicle
Medical engineers help solve problems throughout the world
Bath Chronicle
Outfit that will make 13 miles even longer Bath Chronicle

25 January 2007
Smart way of living for people with dementia Innovations Report, Germany
UK and China to collaborate on alternative energy Fuel Cell Today
Local rock and top folk and jazz
Calne Gazette & Herald
Star Tonys in town to give talk
Devizes Gazette & Herald
American Airlines names alumnus as the new VP of global human resources services
Yahoo!
Jewellery business helps pupils shine in the world of work Bath Chronicle

24 January 2007
Emission impossible? Guardian
'Smart' house helps those with dementia
Red Orbit
Smart way of living for people with dementia
News-Medical
'Smart' house helps those with dementia
UPI
Smart way of living for people with dementia Science Daily
Smart way of living for people with dementia Health Orbit
David Adam on food miles
Guardian
Sino-UK engineering partnership to target China’s threat to the environment Media Newswire
American Airlines names new VP of global human resources services; Denise Lynn to continue company's highly regarded diversity efforts
FinanzNachrichten, Germany
University pioneer 'lived life to the full' Bath Chronicle
Targeting the threat from China
Technology Horizons
HEFCE core funding underpins strategic and dynamic research Gov - Higher Education Funding Council
A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go to work Web Wire
South West companies show high tech R&D expertise to Texan investors GOV dti
Time Team host guests at conference Devizes Gazette & Herald
Red Bull gives you tips on cheating Bath Chronicle
Texan delegates promote closer international links at university Bath Chronicle
In Brief - BreakfastGRANTS Bath Chronicle

23 January 2007
Mathematik für neue Technologien - 23. GAMM-Seminar Leipzig uni-protokolle, Germany
The car's the star
Wiltshire Times
Questioning the safety of blower-equipped carbon canister Science Daily
South West companies show high tech R&D expertise to Texan investors Media Newswire
The System — February 2007 GPS World magazine
Fear students' fees could hit £10,000 a year Bath Chronicle
In Brief - Interact 4 collaboration Bath Chronicle

21 January 2007
10-day workshop on molecular medicine starts Daily Times, Pakistan

20 January 2007
Quality research will lead to progress : Soomro Associated Press of Pakistan, Pakistan

19 January 2007
Exchange is on the horizon Swindon Advertiser
新型软件为飞行护航 (Aircrafts) 人民网

18 January 200
Medical sting Engineer Online
Maths grad targets vintage crop The Times
ACIC 07 - Advanced Composites in Construction Conference 2007 netcomposites
英国开设专接本课程的大学及学院达44家(图) 中国教育新闻网

17 January 2007
Points of difference Economic Times, India
Study: Big-brained birds survive better Post Chronicle, USA
Corinne Briffa at Sala Isouard Malta Independent, Malta

16 January 2007
Students fail to take up bursary cash Guardian
Study: Big-brained birds survive better UPI
Bättre produktionsplanering ger minskade ställtider Forskning.se, Sweden
Study: Big-brained birds survive better Monsters & Critics
Big-brained birds survive better Terra Daily
RPD makes itself heard Eureka

15 January 2007
Fassadensysteme der MKF Metallbaukontor GmbH bestehen Prüfung nach strengen britischen Vorgaben Fenster Platz, Germany
Maniac robotic winners Yeovil Express
Experts gather for health care talks Bath Chronicle

13 January 2007
Etre un oiseau avec un grand cerveau permet de mieux survivre dans la nature
Actualités News Environnement, France

12 January 2007
IMA math lecture series Asian American Press, USA
We want to see real action at these student meetings Bath Chronicle

11 January 2007
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit Planet Ark
Another virtue of liberty Free-Market News Network
Reife Leistung auf der Insel Karriere, Germany
Big brained birds have better survival rates NetIndia123.com
Marco Steffens ist erster Bewerber Baden online, Germany
Economics Research Seminar Lancaster University Management School
Fianium leads consortium to develop next-generation fiber lasers Laser Focus World
Trust the Trust Bath Chronicle
Jumping for joy over travel shop's offers Bath Chronicle

10 January 2007
Big-brained birds survive better in nature Science Daily
Più cervello, più adattabilità all’ambiente Le Scienze, Italy
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit, study finds ABC News
Size does matter: Birds with bigger brains live longer FOX News
BioMed Central Launches BMC Systems Biology, A New Open Access Journal Medical News Today
BioMed Central Launches BMC Systems Biology, A New Open Access Journal MediLexicon
Being bird brained is not so bad - as long as it is a big bird brain Scientific American
Big-brained birds survive better in nature PressZoom, Netherlands
Fianium awarded €2&nbspm to develop 'next gen' fiber lasers Optics.org
Olympic training sites identified BBC News
Big-brained birds survive better in nature HULIQ, USA
Bigger brains help birds dodge death LiveScience.com, USA
Big brained birds have better survival rates Daily India
Big brains an asset for birds Scenta.co.uk
Big-brained birds survive better in nature innovations report, Germany
Big-brained birds survive better in nature PhysOrg.com, USA
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit: Study Zee News, India
Saturn group to investigate GPS interference problems ElectronicsWeekly
Britain cuts 2012 Olympic Games team training site list to three Swimming World Magazine
BOA shortlist three training bases ic Scotland.co.uk
BOA shortlist three training bases Virgin Net
Coconut masala gives shrimp an exotic taste MSNBC, USA
Big bird-brains boost beneficial behaviours New Scientist
Bigger is better when it comes to bird brains MSNBC, USA
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit - study Yahoo! India
Study shows bigger brains give birds survival benefit Environmental News Network
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit - study Goole Today

9 January 2007
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit, study finds Reuters, USA
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit - study Scotsman
Perché l’italia vinse ai rigori con l’olanda? Newton - Italy
Bigger brains help birds survive the wild Independent Online, South Africa
Bigger brains give birds survival benefit - study Hemelhempstead Today

8 January 2007
BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology News-Medical.net, Australia
BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology, a new open access journal PressZoom, Netherlands
International Isotopes inc. announces receipt of National Science Foundation Grant Earthtimes.org
International Isotopes inc. announces receipt of National Science Foundation Grant Biospace
BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology, a new open access journal WebWire, USA
International Isotopes inc. announces receipt of National Science Foundation Grant PharmaLive.com, USA
Great Western Research Fellow - Computer Animation Guardian
International Isotopes inc. announces receipt of National Science Foundation Grant Yahoo! News
International Isotopes inc. announces receipt of National Science Foundation Grant PR Newswire, USA
BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology, a new open access journal EurekAlert
Perachem reverse takeover Investegate
Beta Cell Therapy Training Course "Transdifferentiation To Beta Cells" Medical News Today
IP Group - Perachem Reverse Takeover Hemscott
Perachem Reverse Takeover - IP Group PLC Selftrade
Talks under way between students and residents Bath Chronicle

5 January 2007
Nanoparticles packed and addressed by proteins Nature.com
Local soldier passes out alongside royalty Basingstoke Gazette
New appointments to Postwatch Government News Network
Steering girls to pass test Devon 24

4 January 2007
Drug policy challenge to intellectual property rights Guardian
Scientists publish a photo gallery of the diseases threatening Christmas dinner Health Orbit

3 January 2007
Invention could solve bottleneck in developing pollution-free cars Machine Design

2 January 2007
Run could start tradition Gazette & Herald

1 January 2007
5th Annual Symposium of the Centre for Genomic Regulation Medical News Today
5th Annual Symposium of the Centre for Genomic Regulation will focus on systems biology MediLexicon

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