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December 2008

31 December 2008
英镑兑人民币汇率破10 赴英留学费用省20% 华龙网, China
Social care worker gets OBE Northampton Chronicle & Echo
Ads influence our drinking binges Zee News, India
Ads influence our drinking binges Frontline, India
Ads influence our drinking binges Hindu, India
Build a 3D printer What PC?
Wiltshire people given gongs in New Year Honours Gazette & Herald
Wiltshire people given gongs in New Year Honours This is Wiltshire
The first casualty of Israel's war Counter Punch
Space potential for robot ball British Satellite News
Ads influence our drinking binges Samachaar

30 December 2008
CIMA推出更新的资格认证体系- CIMA未来 中国会计视野, China (Corporate)
信息速递 北京青年报, China (Corporate)
Ads influence our drinking binges Smash Hits, India
Honours for ex-mayor and youth worker Bath Chronicle
Ads influence our drinking binges Zimbabwe Star, Zimbabwe
Ads influence our drinking binges SINDH TODAY, Pakistan
Ads influence our drinking binges Thaindian.com, Thailand
New Year Honours list Telegraph
Scholars present research papers on Punjab at PU Daily Times, Pakistan
PU moot on Punjab history to conclude today The News International, Pakistan
PU moot on Punjab history to conclude today The News International, Pakistan
Governor appoints three Deans in PU The Post, Pakistan
Tips to deal with binge drinking among youngsters MEDIndia
Tis the season to be jolly? Bright Surf

29 December 2008
Binge drinking ads 'demonise youth' Channel 4 News
Binge drinking ads 'demonise youth' The Press Association
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored istockAnalyst.com, USA
Youth don’t take drinking “seriously” Fresh News, India
How to tackle binge drinking among young people Smash Hits, India
Tis the season to be jolly? HULIQ, USA
How to tackle binge drinking among young people Central Chronicle, India
’Tis the season to be jolly? WebWire, USA
Uni and council at loggerheads over empty buildings Swindon Advertiser
Binge drinking ads don't work because they 'demonise' young people Mail on Sunday
Binge drinking ads don't work because they 'demonise' young people Daily Mail
Here's how to tackle binge drinking Times of India, India
Why have online house sharing agreement services become popular? eArticlesOnline.com
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored Official Wire
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored Applesforhealth.com

28 December 2008
How to tackle binge drinking among young people Thaindian.com, Thailand
Experts say demonising young people News-Medical.net, Australia
T'is the season to be jolly? Science Daily
Binge drinking a socially acceptable British pastime Medical News Today
Binge drinking culture in young people Health Newstrack, India
Men sexually abused as kids Entertainment and Showbiz!, India
Anti-binge drinking campaign 'needs to be rethought' Bath Chronicle
T'is the season to be jolly? Eureka! Science News, Canada
Men sexually abused in childhood Medical News Today
How to tackle binge drinking among young people DailyIndia.com, USA
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored RedOrbit, USA
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored United Press International
Drinking dangers recognized, but ignored Times of the Internet, USA
How to tackle binge drinking among young people Newspost Online, India

27 December 2008
T'is the season to be jolly? EurekAlert, USA
T’is the season to be jolly? innovations report, Germany
Boozing the plot News of the World

26 December 2008
CIMA launches updated qualification – CIMA Future Times

25 December 2008
圣诞节十大科学礼物 网易
Your future boss is watching you – online Emirates Business 24/7, United Arab Emirates

24 December 2008
New research to exploit world's thinnest material Nanotechnology News
Devices from the world's thinnest material Medical News Today
Unanimous vote for Alderman Evans Exmouth Herald
Unanimous vote for Alderman Evans Devon 24
Unanimous vote for Alderman Evans Exmouth Journal

23 December 2008
基因组生物学》发表健康所发现mRNA间调控网络的研究成... 中国生物技术信息网, China (Staff: Laurence D. Hurst)
UK Scientists using raspberries Associated Press of Pakistan, Pakistan
From Tahiti to Nice BerkeleyDaily.org
CIMA launches updated professional qualifications Daily News
UK Scientists using raspberries British Satellite News
CIMA launches updated qualification – CIMA Future The Island

22 December 2008
Men sexually abused in childhood PR-USA.net, Bulgaria
ESRC: T'is the season to be jolly Politics.co.uk
Cats Solutions demonstrates “green” credentials sourcewire.com

21 December 2008
十佳国际预科学院候选名单:国家留学基金委预科学院 搜狐, China (Corporate: Reputation)
推进法治政府建设展示特区新的风采 深圳商报, China (Alumni: xu shanda)
Men contemplate suicide if sexually abused in childhood TheMedGuru, India
Men sexually abused as kids Thaindian.com, Thailand
Men sexually abused as kids Newspost Online, India
CIMA launches updated professional qualifications Aussie Indo Lanka

20 December 2008
The Universities of Exeter and Bath to lead the way Nanotechwire.com, USA
Bath University, School of Management Independent
Suicide contemplation of childhood sexually abused men HealthJockey.com, India
Men sexually abused in childhood Science Centric, Bulgaria
RMK Ratnayake and Rohan Edirisinha Sunday Leader, Sri Lanka
Sexually abused kids 10 times more prone to suicide Mangalorean.com, India

19 December 2008
英国高校教学研究评估RAE2008七年后出炉 胶东在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Glamour and glitz at Avon Valley This is Wiltshire
Glamour and glitz at Avon Valley Salisbury Journal
Information and Communication Technologies for the Advanced Enterprise: an international journal Eventseer.net
Men sexually abused in childhood ScienceBlog.com, USA
Suicide 'linked to sexual abuse' BBC News
Men sexually abused in childhood WebWire, USA
Sexually abused men 10 times more likely to contemplate suicide eMaxHealth.com, USA
Men sexually abused in childhood Eureka! Science News, Canada
T’is The Season To Be Jolly? innovations report, Germany
Men sexually abused in childhood innovations report, Germany
Men sexually abused in childhood Science Daily
Men sexually abused as kids Smash Hits, India
Men sexually abused as kids DailyIndia.com
Men sexually abused as kids Newstrack India, India
Men sexually abused as kids Thaindian.com, Thailand
Men sexually abused as kids Newspost Online, India
Men sexually abused as children troubled RedOrbit, TX
Men sexually abused as children troubled Times of the Internet, Ohio
Men sexually abused as children troubled United Press International
Childhood sexual abuse can lead to contemplation of suicide in men RedOrbit, TX
Science news straight from the source ScienceBlog.com
Men sexually abused as kids Fresh News, India
Welcome back: Student presentation night This is Cornwall
How diverse is Wolbachia? PubMed

18 December 2008
Research hopes to seal the future of green packaging Engineer Live
Research hopes to seal the future of green packaging Asia Pacific Engineer Magazine
HGSE group brings civics back into curriculum Harvard University Gazette, USA
Universities of Exeter and Bath Nanowerk LL, USA
CIMA launches updated professional qualification GAAPweb Finance and Accounting News
New world-leading research center AZoNano.com, Australia
Could graphite from pencils replace silicon in microchips? Insciences Organisation, Switzerland
New research to exploit world's thinnest material Genetic Engineering News, USA
New research to exploit world's thinnest material EurekAlert, USA
Uni in research top 20 Bath Chronicle
Top UK physics departments tumble in new assessment Physics World
University is top for research BBC News Bristol
Universities of Bath and Bournemouth - Cash helps create screen magic Times Higher Education
Computer lego robots Weston & Somerset Mercury
New applications of graphene attract large grants from EPSRC azonano.com
Adams Kara Taylor New Civil Engineer
RAE 2008: business and management studies results Education Guardian
Self-Assembled Films Formed at the Air-Water Interface from CTAB/SDS Mixtures with Water-Soluble Polymers (dagger) PubMed

17 December 2008
Lisa bowled over by Down Under dream holiday win Bath Chronicle
This bite won't hurt a bit Science News
The Epidemiology of Guillain-Barré Syndrome Worldwide. A Systematic Literature Review PubMed

16 December 2008
People performance dynamics: How to make the intangible tangible HRZone.co.uk
Going bananas NewsBlaze, USA
2008 Science and Innovation Awards announced tce today
St. Xavier's College signs MoU IndiaEduNews.net, India
Keeping the Lloyds books Financial Times
CENTERIS'2009 - Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems Eventseer.net

15 December 2008
收藏网络精华 FT中文网, China (Staff Expertise: Michael Day)
An Ailing ILO Dissident Voice, USA
EPSRC Science and Innovation Awards 2008 eGov monitor
Five-year grants totalling £20 million Nanotechnology News
New applications of graphene attract large grants form EPSRC AZoNano.com, Australia
Graphene research nets UK researchers £5m in grants Azom.com
Passing out parade: Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst Times
Funding for researchers The Engineer
Xavier's ties up with UK varsity for new institute Times of India, India
The new Gin Lane Daily Mail
Job Fairs eArticlesOnline.com
“Beyond the only event horizon we know..” Slugger O'toole

14 December 2008
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball Entertainment and Showbiz!, India
QM/MM simulations for methyl transfer in solution and catalysed by COMT: ensemble-averaging of kinetic isotope effects PubMed
The modified gap excess ratio (GER*) and the stratigraphic congruence of dinosaur phylogenies PubMed

13 December 2008
Rolling grasshopper robot is new breed of robot Inventorspot

12 December 2008
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense Space Ref
UK EPSRC Science and Innovation Awards 2008 Nanowerk LLC, USA
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future PR-CANADA.net
Jallbot: A grasshopper inspired robot TechGadgets.in, India
University secures cheap energy through green plan energyhelpline.com
EPSRC science and innovation awards 2008 Politics.co.uk
EPSRC Science and Innovation Awards 2008 Genetic Engineering News
EPSRC Science and Innovation Awards 2008 EurekAlert, USA
Bizarre new robot leaps and rolls over terrain FOX News.com
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed AndhraNews.net
Nick Terry Guardian
Pass me the chequebook....I want to waste a few billions more! eArticlesOnline.com
EPSRC Science and Innovation Awards 2008 Newstin

11 December 2008
驻美大使周文重的外交人生 搜狐, China (Alumni: Zhou Wenzhong)
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense innovations report, Germany
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense Science Daily
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense Science Centric, Bulgaria
Bizarre new robot leaps and rolls over terrain FOXNews
Grasshopper-inspired robot rolls, jumps RedOrbit, USA
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense HULIQ, USA
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense Insciences Organisation, Switzerland
Space-DRUMS Keeps Reactions In Suspense RedOrbit, USA
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense Eureka! Science News, Canada
Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense PhysOrg.com, USA
Grasshopper-inspired jumping robot The Future of Things
Grasshopper-inspired Jollbot rolls, collapses, jumps, won't mutate engadget
Grant winners Times Higher Education
High speed environmental-friendly packaging process under development Food Online
The maternally expressed WRKY transcription factor TTG2 controls lethality in interploidy crosses of arabidopsis PLOS Journal
Bizarre new robot jumps and rolls Yahoo! Politics
Earth Building UK [EBUK] Building Design News
Robot could aid space Always On
Nicholas Terry: head of leading architectural practice BDP The Times

10 December 2008
UK universities champion energy and water efficiency Energy Efficiency News
Bizarre new robot jumps and rolls LiveScience.com, USA
Nanostructures improve the next generation of chemical reactors Asia Pacific Engineer Magazine
US outing for Bonekickers Bath Chronicle
University's starring role in beating recession Bath Chronicle
University is key for town Swindon Advertiser
New technology to monitor Global Navigation Satellite Systems Media Newswire, USA
Leaping robot could aid space exploration MSNBC
Bath have more healthy glow in light of owner’s show of support Times
Buszard identifies enrolment, budget shortfall as priorities Nova News Now, Canada
Fred Gresens wird Vorstandschef der Gemibau Badische Zeitung, Germany
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future TMCnet
Soldat, Bühnenautor, Architekt NZZ Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Germany
Industrial upheaval of '70s taught valuable life and work lessons Exeter Express & Echo

9 December 2008
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future SYS-CON Brasil, USA
Jump like a grasshopper Astrobiology Magazine
Jump like a grasshopper Space Daily, USA
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future International Business Times, USA
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future MarketWatch
Flash Drives: Don't let fragmentation bar your lightning-speed future Market Wire
MSc Construction Management eArticlesOnline.com
Roboter "Jollbot" springt wie ein Grashüpfer - Natürliche Vorbilder in der Robotik verbreitet NeueNachricht, Germany
US aAuto industry will probably dDisappear GG Mania
Jumping Jollbot The Engineer
The first robot that can jump like a grasshopper and roll like a ball Aving Global News Network, USA
The role of force control agents in high-dose dry powder inhaler formulations PubMed

8 December 2008
Jollbot jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball Gizmodo Australia, Australia
New technology to monitor Global Navigation Satellite Systems Imperial College London
BDP’s Nick Terry dies Building Design
Black gold mine The Engineer
„Jollbot“ springt wie ein Grashüpfer Konstruktionspraxis, Germany
The Jollbot Robot Impact Lab
Jollbot, la pallina magica con un cervello da robot La Republica, Italy

7 December 2008
Evolution, life sciences, science education, human evolution ScienceBlogs
Teachers pass the test This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Teachers pass the test Swindon Advertiser
Aromatherapy 101 with Dr. Mike Turvill Beauty Bento Box
Rolling robot jumps like a grasshopper Eureka
New posts for Somerset Chard & Ilminster News
New posts for Somerset Sommerset County Gazette
New posts for Somerset Burnham & Highbridge Weekly News
New posts for Somerset Bridgwater Mercury
New posts for Somerset Yeovil Express
Hüpfender Roboter soll einst Planeten erkunden 20min.ch, Switzerland

6 December 2008
A Jump-and-roll robot to help alien planet exploration Softpedia, Romania
Rocks on other planets could be jumped by grasshopper-inspired robot TopNews, India
Facing a new university challenge Swindon Advertiser
Facing a new university challenge This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Rolling grasshopper the secret of space exploration Metro
The £1bn rip-off on trackers Times

5 December 2008
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed DailyIndia.com, USA
This robot can roll like a ball Frontline, India
This robot can roll like a ball Hindu, India
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Newstrack India, India
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Siliconindia.com, India
Jump like a robot Scenta.co.uk
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration SINDH TODAY, Pakistan
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Thaindian.com, Thailand
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed Smash Hits, India
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed Newstrack India, India
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper HULIQ, USA
£250m gift for web science and financial computing Silicon.com
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper innovations report, Germany
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper ScienceBlog.com, USA
Science news straight from the source ScienceBlog.com, USA
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Argentina Star, Argentina
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
Bath robot can roll and jump ElectronicsWeekly.com Smash Hits, India
First Robot that can jump and roll Fresh News, India
Grasshopper-inspired robot can jump rocks on other planets Wired News
Baby P flooded with gifts Sky News
£250m to train new breed of UK scientists Chemistry World
Grasshopper like robot created for space exploration Yahoo! India News
£250m to train new breed of UK scientists RSC
The next generation of UK problem solvers TCE Today
A measure for quality of life assessment in chronic pain: preliminary properties of the WHOQOL-pain PubMed

4 December 2008
UK on brink of low-waged high-skilled economy Times Higher Education
Uni's rolling robot Bath Chronicle
Jumping ball robot seeks space mission Nature.com
New chief executive appointed to lead Roffey Park Institute PersonnelToday.com
University develops jumping 'grasshopper' robot ComputerWeekly.com
Time for a new paradigm Assembly Magazine, USA
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper RedOrbit, USA
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper Eureka! Science News, Canada
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed Newspost Online, India
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed Fresh News, India
Robot that jumps like a grasshopper, rolls like a ball developed Thaindian.com, Thailand
Uni gets £12m for applicance of science Bath Chronicle
Grasshopper-like bot could be used for space exploration Gearlog, USA
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper Science Centric, Bulgaria
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper 7thSpace Interactive, USA
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper Insciences Organisation, Switzerland
Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper PhysOrg.com, USA
RIBA President's Medals Student Awards 2008 winners announced RIBA
Bath Appoints Doug King Professor of Building Engineering Physics Architects Journal
A giant leap for bots Times of India

3 December 2008
【新闻快餐】著名商学院精品留学展举行中国教育新闻网, China (Coprorate: Promotion exhibition)
Film chiefs say we don't need Bonekickers part II Bath Chronicle
Sleep-out for Julian House Bath Chronicle
Sarah Butcher, Professor of Structural Biology, takes up her post Universitas Helsingiensis, Finland
New bird flu drug promises to beat the problem of resistance Bio-Medicine
The changing nature of prescribing: pharmacists as prescribers and challenges to medical dominance PubMed
Catalytic Enantioselective Intermolecular Hydroacylation: Rhodium-Catalyzed Combination of beta-S-Aldehydes and 1,3-Disubstituted Allenes PubMed

2 December 2008
Uni cuts energy consumption Bath Chronicle
Bath science café: solar cells take a leaf out of nature Insciences Organisation, Switzerland
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher NewsRx
Photonic feats Laser Focus World
Opportunities and challenges in physical activity research in young people PubMed

1 December 2008
Freeman Technology is first time exhibitor Pharmaceutical Online, USA
Have a whale of a vacation Lynchburg News and Advance, USA
Man tells of escape from Mumbai terror zone Get Hampshire
The power of coaching Education Business
Can Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg stand Northavon MP Steve Webb? Bristol Evening Post
Amyloidogenic metal-binding proteins: new investigative pathways PubMed
Coherent Raman detected electron spin resonance spectroscopy of metalloproteins PubMed
Simple Chiral Derivatization Protocols for (1)H NMR and (19)F NMR Spectroscopic Analysis of the Enantiopurity of Chiral Diols PubMed

November 2008

29 November 2008
Health minister to get uni degree Bath Chronicle
Regulating the Motor for GLUT4 Vesicle Traffic PubMed

28 November 2008
U.K's. packaging policy will change recycling focus Enviro Centre
New chief executive for Roffey Park People Management Online
What is the Meaning of Obama's Election? Counter Punch

27 November 2008
New packaging process in development IGD Supply Chain Analysis
Ellie Scrivens 1954-2008 Times Higher Education

26 November 2008
UK's packaging policy will change recycling focus GreenBiz, USA
Communications and signal processing 21 years on Insciences Organisation, Switzerland
There's much more to being a librarian then stacking shelves Independent
IP Group PLC (IPO) InvestEgate
Hollow-core fiber traps photons to enable attosecond pulses SPIE
High-power supercontinua SPIE
Multi-octave spectral comb from a gas-filled hollow fiber SPIE
Wegen Bewegungsmangel im körperlichen Alarmzustand NZZ Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Germany
High speed green packaging machine project underway Packaging-Gateway.com
Investigation of Biosynthetic Pathways to Hydroxycoumarins During Post-Harvest Physiological Deterioration in Cassava Roots by Using Stable Isotope Labelling PubMed

25 November 2008
New research will seal the future of green packaging Process & Control Today
Avoid unscheduled stops Bath Chronicle
Plug pulled on Bonekickers Bath Chronicle
Researchers hope to seal green packaging future FoodBev.com
Jean in line for BBC honour Gloucester Citizen
Greece takes measures against fuel smuggling Balkanalysis.com, USA
Examen Norrländska Socialdemokraten, Sweden
Elucidating the Nature of the Streptomyces plicatus β-Hexosaminidase-Bound Intermediate American Chemical Society
Its your factory Good Magazine

24 November 2008
Uni project to cut package waste Bath Chronicle
Green packaging The Engineer
Global Semester Abroad programme at VIT The Hindu
Daily design snacks Core77

23 November 2008
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved 7thSpace Interactive

21 November 2008
The BNP next door Guardian
Researchers create high-speed green packaging process GreenBiz, USA
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved PhysicsToday.org
Soliton milestone achieved Photonics.com
New research focuses on improving green packaging Food Product Design
Going bananas: fighting hunger with Africa Harvest People & the Planet
I am soooo happy for you, honest: Kate Garraway puts on a brave face Mail on Sunday
New research will seal the future of green packaging EU-Recycling
Missing post delivered - after four years East Anglian Daily Times
How postman hoarded thousands of letters Daily Express
Failing to deliver Daily Mail

20 November 2008
New research will seal the future of green packaging innovations report, Germany
New research will seal the future of green packaging PhysOrg.com, USA
New research will seal the future of green packaging Science Centric, Bulgaria
High speed environmental-friendly packaging process under development Science Daily
BNP list names Bath activists Bath Chronicle
Researchers developing revolutionary high speed environmentally Azom.com
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved Eureka! Science News, Canada
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved PhysOrg.com, USA
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved Science Daily
Supercontinuum generation and soliton dynamics milestone achieved EurekAlert
New environmentally friendly packaging process AZoCleantech, Australia
First observation of two resonant dispersive waves on both sides AZoOptics.com
Monocarboxylate transporter 8 (MCT8) in neuronal cell growth Endocrinology
Monocarboxylate transporter 8 (MCT8) in neuronal cell growth PubMed

19 November 2008
Far right on the march New Statesman
Blood donor gives 75th pint Bath Chronicle
Multidrug Resistance-Associated Transporter 2 regulates Mucosal Inflammation by Facilitating the Synthesis of Hepoxilin A31 The Journal of Immunology
Cannabinoids drug for inflammatory bowel Bio-Medicine
Happy birthday, Barbie The Economist
Galloyl cyclic-imide derivative CH1104I inhibits tumor invasion through suppressing matrix metalloproteinase activity PubMed

18 November 2008
Students volunteer for a taste of street life Bath Chronicle
Citibank repositions business in Pakistan TradingMarkets
Recognise that the MPC system is no longer working Financial Times
Bus route improvements Bath Chronicle

17 November 2008
European expansion for health pioneers Yorkshire Post
Scientists in UK see clearer picture of fetal development with the help of chicks Medical News Today
GAARDIAN Consortium wins important GPS/eLORAN Integrity Research Project PR-inside
GAARDIAN Consortium wins GPS/eLoran Integrity Research Project Geospatial Solutions

16 November 2008
Tu mi fai girar come fossi una Barbie La Stampa, Italy

15 November 2008
An MBA where everybody knows you Times
Whale of a vacation Bristol Herald Courier, USA

14 November 2008
一位EMBA在酿酒业的成功 新浪, China (Coopration: Adnams)
Chicks to give scientists clearer picture of fetal development FirstScience
Chicks to give scientists clearer picture of fetal development PhysOrg.com, USA
Chicks to give scientists clearer picture of fetal development Genetic Engineering News
Chicks to give scientists clearer picture of fetal development EurekAlert
Dad's job to keep the bed warm The Dominion Post, New Zealand

13 November 2008
Males keep the home Voxy, New Zealand
RepRap machine can copy anything, including itself Providence Journal, USA
How to cultivate a greener CV Independent
Chick flicks aid foetus research BBC News
Fish choose their leaders by consensus Science Daily
Fish choose their leaders by consensus Genetic Engineering News, USA
Fish choose their leaders by consensus EurekAlert
Research results from University of Bath update understanding of life sciences in children Calibre Macro World
Panos Kostakos: "War is a lucrative enterprise for shadow actors" World Security Network
Conference on Marxism and Anarchism Infoshop.org

12 November 2008
英国专业深度分析之八:土木与环境工程专业介绍 新浪网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
留学英国必读:九大专业深度分析 新浪网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Mechanical calculations for methyl transfer in solution Chemie.de, Germany
Student fights for life after being hit by train WalesOnline
Building on a masterplan wins award for architecture firm Bath Chronicle
Collaboration With Google Earth AScribe
Collaboration With Google Earth Newswise
Moog Controls celebrates 40 years in Tewkesbury Process & Control Today
Mechanical calculations for methyl transfer in solution ChemEurope
How maths can make you rich and famous plus.maths.org
Stride Treglown acquires Tektus to strengthen Bath office ADF
Stride Treglown acquires Tektus to strengthen Bath office Housebuilder & Developer
Ban on junk food boosts pupils This is South Wales
Males keep the home Voxy, New Zealand

11 November 2008
市场传真 北京青年报, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Helping hand for young entrepreneurs Bath Chronicle
Cash raised for Tamara Bath Chronicle
Outstanding students honoured Gulf Times, Qatar
Hasheem the dream SI.com
Residents claim parking plan threatens uni's green aims Bath Chronicle
68 finalists praised by Minister in the e-Government National Awards 2008 PublicTechnology.net
Gig Guide listings Central Somerset Gazette

10 November 2008
New move on student complaints Bath Chronicle
Stride Treglown gets into Bath with Tektus Architects Building.co.uk
Sharpen management skills with ‘survival toolkit’ Swindon Business News
Lawyers have what it takes to be school governors The Lawyer
Moog Controls celebrates 40 years in Tewkesbury The Engineer
Burrows takes chair of NMI EE Times
Finalists announced in the e-Government National Awards 2008 PublicTechnology.net
Eating chocolate makes you happy Bio-Medicine
Moving with the times New Civil Engineer
Biosynthesis of scopoletin and scopolin in cassava roots during post-harvest physiological deterioration: The E-Z-isomerisation stage PubMed

9 November 2008
Learning on the job can help businesses Wiltshire Business Online

8 November 2008
13所世界排名前五十位顶级商学院齐聚北京 东北新闻网, China (Corporate: Reputation)

7 November 2008
Coate scheme faces growing opposition Swindon Advertiser
How Geoff met Liz St. Louis Jewish Light
Teacher Taster from Bath University Wiltshire Business Online
Entrepreneurs' Organization announces 2008 Global Student Entrepreneur Award finalists PR inside
David Burrows is Chair of NMI EMT WorldWide

6 November 2008
Brawn brains Times & Star
Erster europäischer Gründerkongress für Studierende uni-protokolle, Germany
Minimal genome should be twice the size, study shows Bio-Medicine

5 November 2008
Villagers not for tennis as fresh battle to keep green space looms Bath Chronicle
Support for organ scheme Bath Chronicle
Talking point environmentalresearchweb
Natalie 'living a dream' by studying in city Bath Chronicle
DDT-resistant insects have additional genetic advantage that helps resistance spread Bio-Medicine
Playing field coach park plan angers councillors Bath Chronicle

4 November 2008
Bigger is not always better Scienceline, USA
Independent thinking on international affairs M2
Thank you for the music Wiltshire Times
Tragedy of wife who took life hours after husband's death Wiltshire Times
A field of remembrance Wiltshire Times
Teenagers get into the picture for arts project Bath Chronicle
The temporal dynamics of slightly deleterious mutations in Escherichia coli and Shigella spp PubMed
The impact of the nucleosome code on protein-coding sequence evolution in yeast PubMed

3 November 2008
Researcher in the UK recommends the 'opt out' system Medical News Today
Richard Moore's Almanac: Spartans make 'marriage' work The Scotsman
How Woody the living hammer hit the spot Guardian
John Bisset Timaru Herald,  New Zealand
Entrepreneurs' Organization announces 2008 Global Student Entrepreneur Award finalists Business Wire

2 November 2008
Goodbye city life, thanks to crisis Peninsula On-line, Qatar
‘Opt out’ system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher Med Compare

1 November 2008
Leaving the City Times
Organ donation laws are 'costing lives', says Bath expert Bath Chronicle
Opt out system could solve donor organ shortage HULIQ, USA
Newly identified autoantibodies: relationship to idiopathic inflammatory myopathy subsets and pathogenesis PubMed
AlphaConotoxin Arenatus IB[V11l,V16D] is a potent and selective antagonist at rat and human native alpha7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors PubMed

October 2008

31 October 2008
Science news straight from the source ScienceBlog.com
Study reveals marriage dowry as major cause of poverty in Bangladesh ScienceBlog.com
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh DailyIndia.com, USA
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh TopNews, India
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh Thaindian.com, Thailand
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh Newspost Online, India
Off the beaten path Search-Autoparts.com, USA
Professor testifies for Congress on Iraq SCSU University Chronicle
35m people poor, hungry, says study The New Nation
Study reveals marriage dowry as major cause of poverty in Bangladesh Science Centric, Bulgaria
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher Genetic Engineering News, USA
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh Smash Hits, India
Bath's universities buck trend and pull in science students Bath Chronicle
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage Science Centric, Bulgaria
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher Eureka! Science News, Canada
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher PhysOrg.com
Major cause of poverty in Bangladesh is marriage dowry Medical News Today
Dowry a major cause of chronic poverty in Bangladesh Yahoo! India

30 October 2008
Study reveals marriage dowry as major cause of poverty in Bangladesh Eureka! Science News, Canada
Marriage dowry as major cause of poverty in bangladesh Science Daily
Support YUSU’s campaign for a 24 hour library Nouse
35m people poor, hungry, says study The New Nation, Bangladesh
Study reveals marriage dowry as major cause of poverty in Bangladesh PhysOrg.com
Boost for teenage sailor NW Evening Mail
Special visit by minister Huddersfield Examiner
Appointments Times Higher Education
Lloyds TSB Group PLC (LLOY) InvestEgate
2 ZDNet.fr
Ellie Scrivens Guardian
Grant winners Times Higher Education
Triple boost for education Bath Chronicle
Head teacher’s kitchen class Wales Online
Remembrance Day should unite all Britons Bath Chronicle
'Opt out' system could solve donor organ shortage, says researcher News Guide

29 October 2008
2009年英国大学专业排名 中国教育在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Teaching taster Bath Chronicle
'Nanoshuttle' gives electrons a ride physicsworld.com
Linking town and gown Bath Chronicle
Daniel Hit By A Train Wiltshire Times
University plans to double student rooms Bath Chronicle
Search: this site all sites Bath Chronicle
Residents welcome consultation but fear impact of extra traffic Bath Chronicle
A chance to design the future Times
Weder Schal noch Strumpfhose - Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger
This Side of 60 Thekansan.com
Letter from K Brain Swindon Advertiser
Licence to fill Food Manufacturer
Weder Schal noch Strumpfhose Leverkusener Anzeiger
Mixed welcome for University expansion plans Bath Chronicle

28 October 2008
School walkers take raising charity cash in their stride Bath Chronicle
Business is willing - but there are a few bridges yet to build Guardian
University campus plans go on display Warwick Courier
NCE Subsea fagseminar innen Hydroakustikk, Kalfaret Brygghus Marine Norway
Immune function keeps endosymbionts under control PubMed

27 October 2008
华北电力大学学子与外国合作伙伴大学校长及代表面对面 华禹教育网, China (Corporate: Promotion)
University reveals expansion plans Bath Chronicle
SEC names 37 for Annual Education Excellence Awards Peninsula On-line, Qatar
Foreign focus Times of India

24 October 2008
50000 people sign Coate Water petition Swindon Advertiser
Off the beaten path Searchautoparts.com
Bea Hanson, Stephanie Davies New York Times, USA

23 October 2008
Lyme disease was imported LiveScience.com, USA
University invites staff and students to give feedback Media Newswire, USA
Local people affected by psoriatic arthritis Media Newswire, USA

22 October 2008
英国高校最新排名公布 剑桥大学再次蝉联第一 中国教育新闻网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
英国英语翻译和口译专业简介和学校介绍 中国教育在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Culture Secretary due in Bath Bath Chronicle
Today’s clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s Entertainment and Showbiz!, India
New book dissects statistics for doctors and medical students Medical News Today

21 October 2008
Education on world change Bath Chronicle
Uni feedback requested Bath Chronicle

20 October 2008
Zara thrives by breaking all the rules Spiegel Online, Germany
Nicole Fermie FemaleFirst.co.uk
Everybody knows you Times
The upcoming international symposium on rule-based technologies TargetWire

19 October 2008
美英留学经典案例解析 新民晚报, China (Corporate: Reputation)

18 October 2008
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised Entertainment and Showbiz!, India

17 October 2008
奥运年"催红"四大留学专业:体育管理传媒翻译 中国新闻网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Today’s clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s MSN India, India
Appliance of science is the key for design duo Glasgow Evening Times
Faulty exam system fails Pembs. students Tenby Observer
Appointment of new Chief of the Air Staff eGov monitor
UNB to confer honorary degree upon Buzz Hargrove Bugle-Observer, Canada
Appointment of new Chief of the Air Staff Ministry of Defence
Appointment of new Chief of the Air Staff Calibre Macro World
Our dark materials Building
Interview with Panos Kostakos International Analyst Network, USA
Clinical and HLA-class II haplotype associations of autoantibodies to small ubiquitin-like modifier enzyme PubMed

16 October 2008
为你指路:选择好的预科很重要 新浪网, China (Corporate: Reputattion)
你了解这些传统留学专业吗?中国江苏网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Born-again swimmer enjoying his fit life WalesOnline
bgroup and Robin Dingemans Wiltshire Times
Ensuring healthy bodies is the first step to healthy minds WalesOnline
People put off from becoming school governors cypnow
Boronate affinity saccharide electrophoresis: A novel carbohydrate analysis tool PubMed

15 October 2008
英国立项研发超连续光纤激光器 慧聪网, China (WhiteLase)
Today's clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s Smash Hits, India
Fianium to lead project to develop advanced supercontinuum fiber Laser Focus World Magazine, USA
Bath students: international prize winners for ninth time Media Newswire, USA
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Photonics Online, USA
Today's clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s Newstrack India, India
Today's clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s DailyIndia.com, USA
Today’s clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s TopNews, India
Todays clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s Thaindian.com, Thailand
WhiteLase project to develop advanced supercontinuum fiber lasers BioOptics World
Adventurers return home Perthshire Advertiser
How Quantum Cryptology works How Stuff Works
Math model The Statesman
Kay Elliott announces new appointment Housebuilder & Developer
Kay Elliott announces new appointment ADF
Rallying call to recruit 40,000 school governors Business In The Community
Today's clubbing a legalized rave party experience of the 80s Yahoo! India

14 October 2008
留学直通车:英国商科留学全攻略 中国教育在线, China (Corporate: Business Courses Reputation)
Talk to cycle campaigners Bath Chronicle
Supercontinuum fiber lasers Photonics.com, USA
Pleasure seekers: Clubbing is a controlled rave experience Eureka! Science News, Canada
Severe shortage of school governors, study indicates Times
Pleasure seekers: Clubbing is a controlled rave experience PhysOrg.com, USA
International Relations create more diversity, not less Media Newswire, USA
University of Bath is inviting local people to try their hand Media Newswire, USA
Pleasure seekers: Clubbing is a controlled rave experience EurekAlert, USA
Demands of governor job off-putting – researchers Bath Chronicle
Shortage of school governors UKfamily
Drawing in the crowds at museum as part of campaign Bath Chronicle
Self-Reliance 2008 Atlantic Online
Severe shortage of school governors, study indicates Times
Synchrotron's bright spark The Engineer
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Fiber Optics Online
Inventory speeds through Spanish retailer's supply chain Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies
Rapid virulence annotation PubMed

13 October 2008
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Market Wire
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Earthtimes
Ex-mayor hopes to take away new Chinese business Bath Chronicle
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Fiber Optics Online, USA
Schools 'fail to recruit governors' The Press Association
Schools 'face governor shortage' BBC News
Shortage of school governors 'due to government red tape' Daily Mail
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project PR-USA.net, Bulgaria
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project IT Business Net, USA
Fianium to develop advanced supercontinuum fiber lasers AZoOptics.com, Australia
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project International Business Times, USA
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Science Centric, Bulgaria
State schools failing to find governors Independent
Banks bail-out: small business may not benefit Telegraph
A sustainable alternative The Engineer
New pension journal Ascribe
Two-day Biotechnology The Hindu
A consortium led by ultrafast fiber laser manufacturer Fianium TMCnet
Fianium to lead a $3.6M million project Pharmacy Choice
Is my money safe? We answer your questions This is Money
Pleasure seekers: Clubbing is a controlled rave experience Science Daily
Pleasure seekers: Clubbing is a controlled rave experience Chicago Journals, USA

12 October 2008
Scientists devise novel approach to check for toxic genes in bacteria MedIndia, India

11 October 2008
Unshakable home-field advantage in soccer world New York Times, USA
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised Newspost Online, India
Smiles in the aisles for King of Sainsbury’s Telegraph

10 October 2008
Dan Le SAC VS SCROOBIUS PIP RedOrbit, USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark istockAnalyst.com, USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark SunHerald.com, USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark NewsBlaze, USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark PR Newswire, USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark MarketWatch
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark IT News Online, India
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark SYS-CON Media. USA
Socrates project applicants exceed the 650 mark Earthtimes
Reports on life sciences findings from University of Bath, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology provide new insights Calibre Macro World
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy PR Newswire, USA
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy IT News Online, India
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy Earthtimes
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised Thaindian.com, Thailand
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Medical News Today
Infectious bacteria can switch species RedOrbit, USA
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy Corporate Media News, USA
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy IT Business Net, USA
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy Audio Video Producer, USA
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species DigitalJournal.com, Canada
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Medical News Today
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy DMN Newswire, USA
Creators of Britain’s Innovation Economy eReleases, USA
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised DailyIndia.com, USA
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy SYS-CON Media, USA
A modern twist Timber Trades Journal
Zara thrives by breaking all the rules BusinessWeek
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised Smash Hits
Creators of Britain's Innovation Economy San Antonio Business Journal, USA
New molecular pharmacology study findings have been reported by researchers at University of Bath Calibre Macro World
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression Pharmacy Choice
Zara thrives by breaking all the rules Biz Yahoo!
Bath University Student Musicals Swindon Advertiser
Cash transfers boost the local economy in rural Malawi Id21
Learn to draw for free with help of local artist Huliq.com
New approach to check toxic genes in disease-causing bacteria devised Yahoo! India
Three simple rules, but hundreds of blind fools Sydney Morning Herald
New molecular pharmacology study findings have been reported by researchers at University of Bath Pharmacy Choice
Chi ha paura dei camici in tv? TGCOM, Italy
Dermatopharmacokinetics of betamethasone 17-valerate: Influence of formulation viscosity and skin surface cleaning procedure PubMed

9 October 2008
2009年度泰晤士报英国大学综合排名 齐鲁晚报, China (Ranking)
专家支招:英国商科留学全攻略 新浪网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Public lecture to explore dead pets in cyberspace Media Newswire, USA
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Genetic Engineering News, USA
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species PhysOrg.com, USA
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Eureka! Science News, Canada
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species Science Daily
Researchers discover how infectious bacteria can switch species innovations report, Germany
Bath Science Cafe: Giant pterosaurs - nice engineering Media Newswire, USA
Top 200 universities in the world 2008, according to Times Higher Guardian
By the blog: academics tread carefully Times Higher Education
Spinning dreams into reality Times Higher Education
UK finance directors determined to weather the storm M2
UK finance directors determined to weather the storm Macro World Investor
Kay Elliot Architects Propertymall.com
British universities lose ground to their richer foreign rivals The Times
Around the UK: Wales The Education Leader Magazine
The Gig Guide Wiltshire Times
Constitutively active Akt1 expression in mouse pancreas requires S6 kinase 1 for insulinoma formation PubMed
Design and synthesis of N (4),N (9)-disubstituted spermines for non-viral siRNA delivery PubMed
Crystal structure of vascular endothelial growth factor-B in complex with a neutralising antibody fab fragment PubMed

8 October 2008
IChemE announces shortlisted entries for 2008 Awards Environmental Expert, Spain
'Headless frog' scientist to lead U stem cell efforts Minneapolis Star Tribune, USA
British universities slip behind richer rivals The Times
Traditional, modern, relevant Civic & Public Building
Top banker in key visit to university Bath Chronicle
Traditional, modern, relevant ArchTech
Dr. Alan Butt Philip has been named an honored member in education by Princeton Premier PR Log
Surface energy of microcrystalline cellulose determined by capillary intrusion and inverse gas chromatography PubMed
Animal models for target diseases in gene therapy PubMed

7 October 2008
Mass transport and flow dispersion in the compartments of a modular 10 cell filter-press stack CSIRO PUBLISHING
Houston – or anyone who can be bothered – we have a problem The Press and Journal

6 October 2008
Business briefs Optics.org
Gender difference in pain experience Bio-Medicine
Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters Bio-Medicine
Change Academy helps transform higher education practices Higher Education Academy

5 October 2008
Crossed nerve signals make other body parts share the pain Sacramento Bee,  USA

4 October 2008
Uni green schemes win £1m funding Bath Chronicle
Prof. Paul Goodwin of Bath University to address Sri Lankan CEOs Asian Tribune, Thailand

3 October 2008
Student helps graduates find a job Employment4students
Secretary of State agrees new posts at Appointments Commission Government News Network
Scientists uncover complex workings of sperm Bio-Medicine
Product Design Week
New enzyme research study findings have been reported from University of Bath Calibre Macro World
William Morris: Protagonist of the Arts and Crafts Movement by Denis Moriarty Swindon Advertiser
Super effective workouts4 ways to break through the gym wall Mens Fitness Magazine
Data on life sciences reported by researchers at University of Bath Pharmacy Choice
Secretary of State agrees new posts at Appointments Commission Calibre Macro World
New enzyme research study findings have been reported from University of Bath Pharmacy Choice

2 October 2008
Self-replicating rapid prototyping machine builds on its own success Engineer Live
Clive V. Bennett appointed President, Patheon U.S.A. and President and Chief Operating Officer of MOVA Pharmaceutical Corporation Pharmaceutical Processing
Bath graduate launches website to help students find jobs PressZoom, Netherlands
Austria’s far right surge ‘a threat to democracy’ Tribune
Fortieth anniversary lecture to explore age-related quality of life PressZoom, Netherlands
Bath graduates announced as winners of the SET Student of the Year PressZoom, Netherlands 
Great Bustards to be released in Britain Webindia123

1 October 2008
City boss looks to cash in on home draw Bath Chronicle
Nigeria: Formulate mass literacy policy AllAfrica.com, USA
Bob goes back to his youth – twice in a week Bath Chronicle
Scientists crack 40-year-old DNA puzzle and point to 'hot soup' at the origin of life Bio-Medicine
Professor Jocelyn Bell Burnell DBE becomes President Institute of Physics
Formulate mass literacy policy Calibre Macro World
Single cell amoeba increases MRSA numbers 1000- fold Bio-Medicine
Solar paint on steel could generate renewable energy soon Renewable Energy World
Sports physiotherapy boosted by new international qualification Bio-Medicine
Human bone derived cell culture on PLGA flat sheet membranes of different lactide:glycolide ratio PubMed
In vitro optimization of dexamethasone phosphate delivery by iontophoresis PubMed

September 2008

30 September 2008
Natural sciences Independent
Fresh efforts made to help students settle into city life Bath Chronicle
Campaigners throw picnic as university bridge reopens Bath Chronicle
Formulate mass literacy policy THISDAY, Nigeria
Great Bustards to be released in Britain Post Chronicle
Great Bustards to be released in Britain Times of the Internet, USA
Great Bustards to be released in Britain United Press International
Cloning the clone: meet "Darwin" the RepRap 1.0 Core77.com, USA
Professor of the washing-up Guardian

29 September 2008
Lyceum Capital staffs up Private Equity Hub, USA
Sexual offences that are sometimes buried Guardian
Young stars show their brilliance Evening Post
Single cell amoeba increases MRSA numbers 1000- fold Bio-Medicine
Genetix Group plc (GTX.L) Appoints Dr. Stephen Game as Head of Research and Development BioSpace
Post-synthetic modification of tagged metal-organic frameworks PubMed

26 September 2008
Mathematical models predict path of evolution in bacteria The John Hopkins News-Letter
New programme of free public lectures for autumn Media Newswire, USA
IMD tops Economist Intelligence Unit's MBA rankings EIU

25 September 2008
University of Bath Professor to lead CIMA Mastercourses Daily News
Great Bustards to be released on Salisbury Plain Science Daily
Bath teens to be taught positive thinking Bath Chronicle
Climate change summit Times Higher Education
Cellzome strengthens management team with new hires from UCB Celltech Pharmalive.com
Digging through the crates Independent
Great Bustards to be released on Salisbury Plain Media Newswire, USA
Public lectures: new lunchtime programme for Bath Media Newswire, USA

24 September 2008
Great Bustards to be released Salisbury Journal
OTX introduces MediaCEP(TM) IT News Online, India
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit Power Online
Top ten weirdest university courses Female First
Great bustards to be released on Salisbury Plain Genetic Engineering News
Anxious fathers make mothers nervous Bio-Medicine
OTX introduces MediaCEP(TM) Earthtimes
Improving mental health from Bristol to Santiago News-Medical
Penalised regression splines: theory and application to medical research PubMed

23 September 2008
Molecular electronics/spintronics pro-physik.de, Germany
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology Business Wire, USA
IWSc conference adds modern twist Timber Trades Journal
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology PR-Inside.com, Austria
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology Trading Markets, USA
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology Earthtimes
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology MarketWatch
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology Forbes.com
Advanced Medical Optics names Dr. Simon Kilvington Director of Microbiology Freshnews.com
Scientists research greener chemical reactors This is Processing Talk
Soon, a unique MSc course DNA India
The very defensive caterpillar Bio-Medicine

22 September 2008
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Chemical Online.com, USA
Psychological therapies ease arthritis pain The Virtual Medical Centre, Australia
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Chemie.de, Germany
Schools to take part in mass trial to tackle depression Nursing Times
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Materialsgate
Chemische reactors met nanotechnologie Technisch Weekblad, Netherlands
Using quasi-resonant and resonant converters Industrial Control Design
Desensitization of the soluble guanylyl cyclase/cGMP pathway by lipopolysaccharide in rat isolated pulmonary artery but not aorta PubMed
Origin of pancreatic endocrine cells from biliary duct epithelium PubMed
Flexible piezoelectric transducer for ultrasonic inspection of non-planar components PubMed

21 September 2008
MP joins fight against Coate development Swindon Advertiser
The Health Of The Nation Medical News Today
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression News-Medical
New generation of chemical reactor introduced Nanovip.com

20 September 2008
全国政协经济委员会委员许善达 新浪, China (Alumni - Xu Shanda)
Introducing next generation of chemical reactors HULIQ, USA
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars Newspost Online, India
Prediction of chemical absorption into and through the skin from cosmetic and dermatological formulations PubMed

19 September 2008
留学英国读商科:让人欢喜让人忧 华龙网, China (Corporate Reputation)
Bath expert's shock warning over childhood obesity Bath Chronicle
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression innovations report, Germany
Coate plans under fire Swindon Advertiser
Computers to be used to find blueprint for new influenza drug Bio-Medicine
Positive thinking trial in UK aims to prevent childhood depression Science Daily
Reports summarize borrelia study results from University of Bath Pharmacy Choice
Unique nanostructures paving the way for safer and more efficient chemical reactors Azonano
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors innovations report, Germany
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors PhysOrg.com, USA
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Eureka! Science News, Canada
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Science Daily
Missing kids and their empty rooms Guardian
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Nanotechnology News
Introducing the next generation of chemical reactors Science Centric, Bulgaria
Unique nanostructures which respond to stimuli Nanowerk LLC
Bath University researcher pursues new battery for hybrids EV World
Introducing unique nanostructures for the development of greener chemical reactors AZoM
Vigilant campus security Security International
Active vaccine prevents mice from developing Prion disease Bio-Medicine

18 September 2008
留学指南:赴英国留学2009年学期入学开始申请 千龙, China (Corporate Reputation)
第五届国际教育展一位难求 齐鲁晚报, China (Corporate Promotion Exhibition)
Pupils to get lessons in fighting depression Guardian
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression PhysOrg.com, USA
Study abroad hopefuls look for aid Lamron, USA
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression Science Centric, Bulgaria
Ex-RAC chief joins NCC board Crain's Manchester Business
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression Genetic Engineering News, USA
University of Bath conference tackles the health of the nation Genetic Engineering News, USA
National positive thinking trial aims to prevent childhood depression Eureka! Science News, Canada
Appointments Times Higher Education
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit SpaceDaily
Hvad fingrene fortæller Foto: Colourbox Berlingske Tidende, Denmark
Griffin Mill outstanding Student Awards 2008 Rhondda Cynon Taf

17 September 2008
高中生英国留学方案完美解析 新浪, China (Corporate Reputation)
英国硕士阶段商学分支方向 新浪网, China (Corporate Reputation)
On the right track for charity Bath Chronicle
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit innovations report, Germany
Hemp houses could help combat climate change Azom.com
Aqualiner Limited appoints Dr Dec Downey as Non-Executive Chairman MarketWatch
Aqualiner Limited appoints Dr Dec Downey as Non-Executive Chairman Business Wire, USA
Researchers at the University of Bath Azom.com
UK University developing greener car batteries TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk
University call goes out for volunteers to fight the fat Bath Chronicle
Tackling the global issues Bath Chronicle
Houses made of hemp could help combat climate change Media Newswire, USA
University to showcase cutting edge environmental research Media Newswire, USA
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit Media Newswire, USA
Houses of straw The Engineer
Triple cocktail of medicines to tackle stroke risk News-Medical.net, Australia
French lend a hand as IRB try out new laws Independent
Development of new rechargeable batteries AZoM
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity innovations report, Germany
Imperial Innovations (IVO) InvestEgate

16 September 2008
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache BlueRidgeNow.com, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache StarNewsOnline.com, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Times Daily, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache The Ledger, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Sarasota Herald-Tribune, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Tuscaloosa News, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Gainesville Sun, USA
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Gatorsports.com, USA
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars Thaindian.com, Thailand
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars Newstrack India, India
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars DailyIndia.com, USA
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars TopNews, India
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache Gadsden Times
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars News Locale, India
New rechargeable batteries could improve hybrid electric cars Smash Hits, India
Houses made of hemp could help combat climate change innovations report, Germany
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit Science Centric, Bulgaria
University of Bath to showcase cutting edge environmental research Science Centric, Bulgaria
Houses made of hemp could help combat climate change Science Centric, Bulgaria
Sanjay G Ubale appointed as managing director and chief executive Equity Bulls, India
Nerves tangle, and back pain becomes a toothache RSDSA, USA
Houses made of hemp could help combat climate change Science Daily
Hemp houses could help combat climate change DigitalJournal.com, Canada
Drink curbs as students aim to make friends Bath Chronicle
Making houses from hemp to combat climate change AZoBuild, Australia
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit H2 Daily, USA
New rechargeable lithium batteries Science Daily
Formula Student 2008 Racecar Engineering
Study for 'greener' car battery AutoWired
Sanjay G Ubale appointed as managing director and chief executive Nieuwsbank
Maternally expressed PAB C-Terminal PubMed

15 September 2008
Lavender scent calm anxious dental patients Dentistry.co.uk
Researchers at the University of Bath are helping to develop new rechargeable batteries 7thSpace Interactive, USA
Widow protests over credit card firm Capital One's 'harassment' Telegraph
Lavender scent 'calms dental patients' Dentistry.co.uk
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit Eureka! Science News, Canada
Study for 'greener' car battery BBC News
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit PhysOrg.com, USA
Students steered away from drink Bath Chronicle
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit HULIQ, USA
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit EurekAlert, USA
Widow complains of card firm's hounding Bath Chronicle
University to showcase cutting edge environmental research FirstScience
Enter the RepRap RU Daily Targum, USA
Nerves tangle, and bBack pain becomes a toothache New York Times, USA
New rechargeable batteries improving hybrid electric cars AZoNano.com, Australia
New rechargeable lithium batteries Science Daily
New research could help cars kick the fossil fuel habit Science Centric, Bulgaria
University to showcase cutting edge environmental research Genetic Engineering News, USA
Brilliant future for WhiteLase The Engineer
Octopus-style actuators have grasp on future thinking Eureka Magazine
University to showcase cutting edge environmental research Today's Energy Solutions
RB Toastmasters Club honors distinguished member North County Times
Hard work pays off for star students Cambridge News

14 September 2008
研究生留学十大最热门国家(组图) 新浪, China (Corporate Graduate Reputation)
Octopus-style actuators have grasp on future thinking Eureka, UK

13 September 2008
It's good to talk - British Psychological Society Medical News Today
Lavender Scent Calms Dental Patients' Anxiety-British Study TheMedGuru, India
Better understanding of relationship between nutrients and biodiversity Medical News Today
Unraveling relationship between nutrients and biodiversity HULIQ, USA
Psychological therapies ease arthritis pain Medical News Today
Lavender scent calms dental patients Medical News Today
Lavender scent may ease those dental fears HealthJockey.com, India
Historian, nanotechnology pioneer honored at MSU Nanotechnology News
Make your partner your sounding board MedIndia, India
Talking to partner makes you feel better Zee News, India
Historian, nanotechnology pioneer honored at Montana State University Nanotechwire.com

12 September 2008
淄博28名学生考入北大清华 鲁中网, China (Corporate - Reputation)
Lavender scent calms dental patients IrishDentist.ie, Ireland
Classroom sex education doesn't meet teenage needs Medical News Today
Classroom sex education doesn't meet teenage needs MediLexicon
How the scent of lavender can ease those fears about going to the dentist Mail on Sunday
Lavender calms patients' nerves at the dentist Telegraph
Talking to your partner helps, even if they do not listen Telegraph
Health Column The Daily Planet, USA
It's good to talk (but even better if your partner doesn't listen) Daily Mail
TV medical programmes make people sick Medical News Today
Math model helps unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity Science Daily
Principal sees new openings in UK Calcutta Telegraph, India
This bite won't hurt a bit Science News 
Mathematical model helps bridge gap between lab and 'real' world Cordis News, Belgium
Talking to your partners makes you feel better Newstrack India, India
Talking to your partners makes you feel better Thaindian.com, Thailand
Historian and nanotechnology pioneer honored at MSU AZoNano.com, Australia
Nanotechnology pioneer honored at Montana State University Nanowerk LLC, USA
Historian, nanotechnology pioneer honored at MSU Montana State University, USA
Talking to your partners makes you feel better Smash Hits, India
Talk to your partner, get a healthy life Zee News, India
Talking to your partners makes you feel better Britain News
Talking to your partners makes you feel better TopNews, India
Ben makes bow at 17 South Shropshire Journal
Too much food can be bad for biodiversity New Scientist
Using quasi-resonant and resonant converters Industrial Control Design
Talking to your partners makes you feel better Yahoo! India

11 September 2008
成功多条路:女生讲述为何放弃牛津 新浪网, China (Corporate - Reputation)
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity innovations report, Germany
Balls' academy revolution to bring university culture to schools eGov monitor
Twins study together Bath Chronicle
This bite won't hurt a bit Science News
Army of volunteers help Bath freshers feel at home Media Newswire, USA
Superstudent wins a car News Wales
Superstudent announced Rhondda Cynon Taf
Pine cones lead to a fundamental change in clothing Bio-Medicine
HP verleiht Innovation Research Award an 41 Hochschulforscher Druckportal Sachsen, Germany
L'influenza dei nutrienti sulla biodiversità Le Scienze, Italy
Lo studio: guardando le serie mediche in tv si rischia l'ipocondria 4minuti.it, Italy
The CCN family of proteins: structure-function relationships PubMed
Ecosistema in grafici Galileo, Italy

10 September 2008
Unraveling relationship between nutrients and biodiversity HULIQ, USA
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity Eureka! Science News, Canada
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity PhysOrg.com, USA
Too much food can be bad for biodiversity New Scientist
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity EurekAlert, USA
Maths model helps to unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity Science Centric, Bulgaria
UK investment climate risks losing Clean Tech innovators to overseas Emediawire, USA
UK investment climate risks losing Clean Tech innovators to overseas PR Web, USA
Arthritis pain eased by hypnotism Telegraph
UK investment climate risks losing Clean Tech innovators to overseas Prudent Press Agency
Universities that have sponsored academies Telegraph
Brain tumor drug in frogs a new report Bio-Medicine
Understanding the limits to generalizability of experimental evolutionary models Nature.com
Math model helps unravel relationship between nutrients and biodiversity Science Daily
Very long chain N ( 4 ),N ( 9 ) -Diacyl Spermines: Non-Viral Lipopolyamine Vectors for efficient Plasmid DNA and siRNA delivery PubMed
«Troppo Dr. House aumenta la paura di ammalarsi» La Stampa, Italy

9 September 2008
Cleantech innovators looking overseas Management Today
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA ) Live-PR.com, Austria
Producing the start up index Greenbang
Conference will highlight role of psychology in shaping healthcare Medical News Today
Funding gap threatens UK startups Cleantech Group, USA

8 September 2008
可以自我复制的机器人 羊城晚报, China (Staff Expertise - Adrian Bowyer)
Identical twins to study for identical degrees at Bath Media Newswire, USA
UK investment climate risks losing clean tech innovators to overseas BigNews.biz, USA
UK technology talent 'could move abroad' Women in Technology
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage Britain News
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage Smash Hits, India
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage MSN India, India
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage DailyIndia.com, USA
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage Newstrack India, India
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage TopNews, India
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage Thaindian.com, Thailand
Speed, chaotic flight of modern footballs gives players advantage News Locale, India
Top job: Ian Cheetham PersonnelToday.com
UK investment climate risks losing clean tech innovators to overseas PR Log
Solar cells in the spotlight Electronics Weekly
The early registration deadline for international symposium on rule based technologies (RuleML-2008) is on 19 September 2008 TargetWire

7 September 2008
可以自我复制的机器人 羊城体育, China (Staff Expertise - Adrian Bowyer)
The UK Clean Tech Start-up Company Index 2008 Greenbang
Political Projections: Nixon in Hollywood WNYC, USA
UK clean tech innovators look overseas for cash Greenbang
Sporting chance Telegraph

6 September 2008
Regulation of cuticle-degrading subtilisin proteases from the entomopathogenic fungi, Lecanicillium spp: implications for host specificity PubMed
Chaos theory on flight of new footballs Telegraph
Pharmacodynamics and dermatopharmacokinetics of betamethasone 17-valerate: assessment of topical bioavailability PubMed

5 September
Few parents fear cervical cancer jab causes promiscuity in teens Medical News Today
Rapid prototyping machine builds on its own success Engineer Live
Working Life: Elizabeth Stiff Pharmafocus

4 September 2008
We need the vision and ideas that Dyson can bring to our city Bath Chronicle
Peggy made her dream come true Bath Chronicle
Yoon-Hong's on a fast track to knowledge Bath Chronicle
Arthritis info Bath Chronicle
Yoon-Hong joins university team - three years after moving here Bath Chronicle
Consultation report on uni Bath Chronicle
Grant winners Times Higher Education
MagicWand: A single, designed peptide that assembles to stable, ordered alpha-Helical fibers PubMed

3 September 2008
Few parents fear HPV jab promotes promiscuity Nursing in Practice
University launches website to report on campus development Media Newswire, USA
How China's business schools will ultimately challenge the world AScribe
Scientists discover rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction that helps bacteria kill their host Bio-Medicine

2 September 2008
Gilbert and Lou add weight to Coate Water fight Swindon Advertiser
Uni consultation results published Bath Chronicle
Using networks to map the social lives of animals FirstScience
Reinventing the African future Checkbiotech
Using networks to map the social lives of animals Physorg
Campus Redcoats way down south Huddersfield Examiner

1 September 2008
Career move Vancouver Sun, Canada
Reinventing the African future Truth about Trade & Technology, USA
Regional round-up Journal Live
The next big thing ... Bluetooth mobile marketing Direct Response
On subjective well-being and quality of life PubMed
To see for myself: informed consent and the culture of openness PubMed

August 2008

31 August 2008
Al Shafar seeks to expand Dh9bn order book Emirates Business 24/7, United Arab Emirates
Al Shafar seeks to expand Dh9bn order book Zawya, United Arab Emirates
Growth hormone responses to 3 different exercise bouts in 18- to 25- and 40- to 50-year-old men PubMed
No long-lasting effects of classroom-based cognitive behavioural and interpersonal prevention programmes on depressive symptoms in adolescents PubMed
A Computational Characterization of Boron-Oxygen Multiple Bonding in HNCH-CHCH-NH-BO PubMed
Airway infiltration of CD4+ CCR6+ Th17 type cells associated with chronic cigarette smoke induced airspace enlargement PubMed
Synthesis, Structure and Magnetic Behavior of Five-Coordinate Bis(iminopyrrolyl) Complexes of Cobalt(II) containing PMe3 and THF Ligands PubMed
Adolescent social development and chronic pain PubMed
Anticancer steroid sulfatase inhibitors: synthesis of a potent fluorinated second-generation agent, in vitro and in vivo activities, molecular modeling, and protein crystallography PubMed
Sex differences in perceptions of pain coping strategy usage PubMed

30 August 2008
Eddie Izzard donated just under 10000 to Labour Politics.co.uk
Development and validation of the goal content for exercise questionnaire PubMed

29 August 2008
Battling back to school bugs The Sun
Political celebrities Politics.co.uk
CBI introduces new vocational courses Leisure Opportunities
Using quasi-resonant and resonant converters Industrial Control Design

28 August 2008
第五届国际教育展10月举办 齐鲁晚报, China (Corporate - Promotion Exhibition)
Inaugural Kavli Prize Ceremony And Symposia: September 8-11 Medical News Today
You'll look sweet upon the seat Irish Times, Ireland 
Uni challenged Bath Chronicle
Appointments Times Higher Education
You’ll look sweet upon the seat Eircom Net
Research could lead to dramatic improvement in scanning for serious diseases Bio-Medicine
Gentle scholar with a rigorous, inquiring mind Sydney Morning Herald
Model students BD Online
Enantioselective rhodium-catalysed 1,4-additions of 2-heteroarylzinc donors using Me-DUPHOS PubMed
Abnormal coordination of Arduengo's carbene upon reaction with M(3)(CO)(12) (M = Ru, Os) PubMed

27 August 2008
在国内读英国大学预科 扬子晚报网, China (T&L - Foundation Course)
Inaugural Kavli Prize Ceremony and Symposia: September 8-11 Nanotechnology News
IWSc adds culture to conference Timber Trades Journal
A Shambhala Experience Ode Magazine, USA
Obituary: Diana Rowntree Guardian
Building sustainable higher education ID21 Magazine

26 August 2008
英国大学对高分考生说“不” 浙江大学求是新闻网, China (Corporate - Entry Requirements)
Uni team crashes out of TV quiz Bath Chronicle
Inaugural Kavli Prize ceremony and symposia: Sept. 8-11 in Oslo Nanowerk LLC, USA
Kavli Prize to celebrate acclaimed scientists AZoNano.com, Australia
High hopes for kite team Bath Chronicle
Call to change rules on new homes Bath Chronicle
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Zee News, India
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Argentina Star, Argentina
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Daily News & Analysis, India
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread SINDH TODAY, Pakistan
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Thaindian.com, Thailand
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Mangalorean.com, India
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Fresh News, India
Keimschleuder Staubsauger t-online.de, Germany
Computer says yes Times

25 August 2008
London in new tourist record Canada Free Press, Canada
Klima-økonom efter Lomborg-konference: Han fordrejer min konklusion Ingeniøren, Denmark
How to save the world from asteroid impact Universe Today
Scientists try to track how cancer cells spread Webindia123

24 August 2008
How cancer cells come unstuck HULIQ, USA
Kate Garraway breastfeeding calf controversy Right Celebrity
'It's been a long term disaster' Guardian
Aussie has answer to save Earth from asteroid attack The Register

23 August 2008
Marijuana based drugs offer hope for inflammatory bowel disease PR CannaZine
One boy's history of violence Times Online

22 August 2008
Bath researchers study how cancer cells come unstuck News-Medical.net, Australia
Bath researchers study how cancer cells come unstuck innovations report, Germany
Reinventing the African future Standard, Kenya
Sandy students celebrate great grades DunstableToday
News Digest Third Sector
Bath researchers study how cancer cells come unstuck MediLexicon

21 August 2008
Cranfield spearheads identity theft research Info4Security
Paperclip's stationery role in movie made by youngsters Bath Chronicle
How cancer cells come unstuck and spread Science Daily
Scientists study how cancer cells come unstuck Science Centric, Bulgaria
HP funds UK IT research UK Trade & Investment
Paxman to quiz Bath students on University Challenge Media Newswire, USA
Bath researchers study how cancer cells come unstuck Media Newswire, USA
Using quasi-resonant and resonant converters Industrial Control Design
Bazillenschleudern in deinem Haushalt Kronen Zeitung, Germany
Students are jumping for joy after more record A-level results Wales Online
Broken cancer cell highlighted Biotech Sweden
Y Pant Comprehensive Wales Online

20 August 2008
全球41名教授获得惠普实验室“创新研究奖” 科学网, China (Staff Expertise - John Philip Collomosse & Guy McCusker)
研究生留学“十大热门国家”全攻略 农博网, China (Corporate - Graduate Reputation)
Mountain Ash WalesOnline
Follow Muslim scholars' way of thinking Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam
Scholarship students express mixed feelings on leaving home Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam

19 August 2008
中国研究生留学热门国家出炉 传统五国为最爱 中国教育在线, China (Corporate - Reputation)
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors Genetic Engineering News, USA
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors Earthtimes
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors Business Wire, USA
36m people in Bangladesh face acute poverty, hunger The New Nation, Bangladesh
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors RedOrbit, USA
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors PR-Inside.com, Austria
Vyteris annouces Key Scientific Advisors Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
Vyteris Annouces Key Scientific Advisors PharmaLive.com, USA
Direct Estimation of the Mitochondrial DNA Mutation Rate in Drosophila melanogaster PLOS Journal
Im Haushalt lauern die größten Bazillenschleudern extremnews, Germany
Oil, genetics and the end of cheap food Guardian

18 August 2008
我国财税改革30年:从财政包干到分税制 21CN, China (Alumnus - Xu Shanda)
HP offers technology grants to universities Women in Technology
HP dishes out research grants to academic institutions Silicon.com
Im Haushalt lauern die größten Bazillenschleudern Presseportal, Germany
Using quasi-resonant and resonant converters Industrial Control Design
Going for gold EngineerOnline

16 August 2008
半数山大学子的“暑期学校” 大众日, China (Outreach - Summer Course)
Be an entrepreneur An idea that was big enough to go out on its own Guardian

15 August 2008
英国政府考虑增加A-level考试难度 中国教育在线, China (Corporate - Entry Requirements)
Hard work pays off for Tollbar students Grimsby Evening Telegraph
Motorsport: Formula for success Telegraph
Pershore High School celebrate 'pleasing' results Evesham Journal
University supports local community youth film project Media Newswire
Students bid farewell to traditional A-Levels NW Evening Mail
Be an entrepreneur Guardian
Boys lead the way with top A level results Hemel Gazette
Greater Bristol A-level round-up Evening Post
The new age of wood Timber Trades Journal
HP palkitsi 41 professoria innovatiivisesta tutkimustyöstä
Kauppalehti, Finland
Innovation in UK manufacturing to get 20 million more Government funding PublicTechnology.net
HP belönar 41 forskare med HP Labs Innovation Research Awards Newsdesk, Sweden
Sandy Upper School Hitchin Comet
HP picks academic institutions for research funding ZDNet UK
HP selects 41 professors for Innovation Research Awards DiGiTAL50

14 August 2008
Petrobank announces record second quarter results The Energy News, Canada
Petrobank announces record second quarter results RedOrbit, USA
Education UK holds 'Last Chance for Studies in the UK' Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam
HP selects 41 professors for Innovation Research Awards StreetInsider.com, USA
Petrobank announces record second quarter results eMediaWorld.com Newswire Press Release Distribution Service, USA
A-level joy for twins Crawley Observer
Smiling faces at Bishop Heber High School Chester Chronicle
Sandy students celebrate great grades Bedford Today
Wait finally over for A-Level students Saffron Walden Reporter
Worthing students celebrate A-level success Worthing Today
Helena Romanes School Dunmow Broadcast
Worthing students celebrate A-level success West Sussex Today
Worthing students celebrate A-level success Littlehampton Gazette
Worthing students celebrate A-level success Sussex Express
Worthing students celebrate A-level success Horsham Today
Worthing students celebrate A-level success Crawley Observer
Scholars remain unconvinced about the value of professional doctorates Times Higher Education Supplement
HP selects 41 professors for Innovation Research Awards Biz Yahoo
Hard work pays off for star students Cambridge Evening News
‘Today’s history A-level is as hard as the one I did in 1961’ WalesOnline
Entering another digital design dimension at the University of Bath Building Design
Sandy students celebrate great grades Biggleswade Today
Record A Level pass rates for North Devon students Devon 24
Record A Level pass rates for North Devon students North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Exam success for mother and daughter Buckinhamshire Free Press
Twins toast double exam success Bath Chronicle
Sandy students celebrate great grades Luton News
A-Level stars Northumberland Gazette
UK Government: Innovation in UK manufacturing to receive further GBP20 million Government investment Macro World Investor
HP selects 41 professors for Innovation Research Awards FinanzNachrichten, Germany

13 August
Petrobank announces record second quarter results Trading Markets, USA
Petrobank announces record second quarter results Market Wire, USA
Petrobank announces record second quarter results StreetInsider.com, USA
Petrobank announces record second quarter results Stockhouse, Canada
Support students with guidelines The Daily Star, Bangladesh
AEterna promotes Engel to CEO FierceBiotech, USA
Boost for Bonekickers Bath Chronicle
Memorial honours for top students WalesOnline

12 August 2008
A man of integrity Manchester Evening News

11 August 2008
Build cars in 5 days to reduce waste Environmental Leader, USA
HM Treasury appoints new Non-Executive Board Members Media Newswire, USA

10 August 2008
On your own head be it Guardian

9 August 2008
Universities accused of 'fixing' admissions Telegraph
A-level playing field Telegraph

8 August 2008
Beetles hear the heat Science News
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board istockAnalyst.com, USA
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board PR-Inside.com, USA
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board Centre Daily Times, USA
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board Earthtimes
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board Business Wire
Barral disertará en el curso para Dirigentes Deportivos El Patagonico, Argentina
Altea Therapeutics fForms premier scientific advisory board RedOrbit, USA
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board PharmaLive.com
Altea Therapeutics forms premier scientific advisory board Macro World Investor

6 August 2008
HM Treasury appoints new Non-Executive Board Members Exchange News Direct
University teaches funeral directors grave responsibility Bath Chronicle
HM Treasury appoints new Non-Executive Board Members Wired-Gov
HM Treasury appoints new Non-Executive Board Members Calibre Macro World
Menschliche Todesopfer durch Geier-Rückgang scienceticker.info, Germany

5 August 2008
根据高考成绩选择合适的留学路线 先锋教育网, China (Corporate - Reputation)
根据高考成绩选择合适的留学路线 人民网天津视窗, China (Corporate - Reputation)
Proactive approach to HR puts the University of Exeter in the fast lane ITBackbones Software News

4 August 2008
Bonekickers creator undaunted by bad reviews Bath Chronicle
Midland HR: Proactive approach to HR puts the University of Exeter in the fast lane; iTrent maximises home working opportunities and self-service TMCnet

3 August 2008
Europe gets an appetite for Food Dudes’ lessons in healthy eating WalesOnline
Bonekickers tourism boost Bath Chronicle

1 August 2008
Bath student invents new starters' blocks Bath Chronicle
Top employment marks for our unis Reading Evening Post
Schools ready for meals research project PublicNet
Healthier choices for Welsh schools www.costsectorcatering.co.uk
El torrentino Vicente Carratalá, reconocido por el Judo Mundial La Opinión de Torrent
Five-day car could cut industry's carbon footprint Environmental Data Interactive
Serving up healthier options in Welsh schools Wired-Gov

July 2008

31 July 2008
Bonekickers tourism boost Bath Chronicle
Anna backs pal Bath Chronicle
Theo Fennell PLC (TFL) InvestEgate

30 July 2008
Wearing helmet a bitter pill for some bikers Charleston Post Courier, USA
Record number of summer student placements in local businesses xmediaonline - Exeposé
Intermolecular Alkene and Alkyne Hydroacylation with beta-S-Substituted Aldehydes: Mechanistic Insight into the Role of a Hemilabile P-O-P Ligand PubMed

29 July 2008
A cautionary tale has little effect The Times
Introduction Calibre Macro World
{alpha}Conotoxin ArIB[V11L,V16D] is a potent and selective antagonist at rat and human native {alpha}7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors PubMed

25 July 2008
Superb wave of success for Oldfield's shampoo and set Bath Chronicle
Break for lunch as firm expands Bath Chronicle
Preview of student life Bath Chronicle
Machine vision lab has smoother approach to tile quality Science Daily
Scientists call on government to save Bletchley ComputerWeekly.com

24 July 2008
Duncan Tannahill wins award at ActionCOACH Conference PR.com
Recent origins of sperm genes in Drosophila PubMed

23 July 2008
Defect detection The Engineer
Duncan Tannahill wins award at ActionCOACH Conference PR Log
The use of steroid sulfatase inhibitors as a novel therapeutic strategy against hormone-dependent endometrial cancer Endocrinology
Drivers beware: satellite navigators are star struck NetIndia123.com
Lights in the sky can drive satellite navigators astray Economic Times Epaper

22 July 2008
Drivers beware: satellite navigators are star struck Fresh News, India
Satellite navigators are star struck Britain News
Lights in the sky can drive satellite navigators astray Economic Times, India
Automatic detection of invisible dDefects in ceramic tiles Azom.com
Machine vision lab has smoother approach to tile quality innovations report, Germany
Automatically detecting surface defects in ceramic tiles AZoOptics.com, Australia
Drivers beware: Satellite navigators are star struck Daily News & Analysis, India
Drivers beware: satellite navigators are star struck Mangalorean.com, India
Drivers beware: satellite navigators are star struck Smash Hits, India
Drivers beware: satellite navigators are star struck newKerala
Miles de espiados por el Bluetooth de su móvil El País, Spain

21 July 2008
Soon, hear your PC laughing! Indiatimes, India
Future is still bright for analogue electronics Engineer Live
Future is still bright for analogue electronics European Electronics Engineer Magazine
Bath University in battle to fight crop disease Wiltshire Business Online

20 July 2008
Soon, hear your PC laughing! Times of India, India
On track: how engineers are developing green motoring solutions Independent
Teek steekt oceaan over C2W, Netherlands

18 July 2008
As the digital trend grows, the future is still bright for Engineer Live
Drug users claim state benefits 999 Today
Drug users claiming state benefits Channel 4 News
Drug users claiming state benefits MSN Money UK
Drug users claiming state benefits The Press Association
Silicon South West - Rising Stars Awards Electronics Weekly
300000 hard drugs users on benefits Manchester Online
Diversity of LTR-retrotransposons and Enhancer/Suppressor Mutator-like transposons in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) PubMed

17 July 2008
New discovery may aid disease fight Channel 4 News
New discovery may aid disease fight The Press Association
Mary fedden paintings on view in Bath Bath Chronicle
Take part in uni research Bath Chronicle
Researchers help leavers get healthy Bath Chronicle
Wireless 2.0: What's the mobile Internet killer app? Electronics Weekly
Published this week Times Higher Education
Uni expert's disease research Bath Chronicle

16 July 2008
Launch of the European Research Project CARS Explorer eHealthNews.EU, Germany
Tune in, turn off, enjoy Get Bracknell
Tune in, turn off, enjoy Wokingham Times
Tune in, turn off, enjoy Reading Evening Post
Call for end to global collusion with tobacco firms Irish Examiner
Bacterial polysaccharides suppress induced innate immunity by calcium chelation PubMed
Innovación tecnológica hoy, realidad comercial mañana CanalAR - Argentina

15 July 2008
2009英国大学综合排名及专业排名 中国教育在线, China
Hazards, risks and safety of diagnostic ultrasound PubMed

14 July 2008
Last call for top green startups Greenbang
Book aims to prise folks out of cars Bike Biz
There ain't nothing like a male voice choir Western Daily Press

12 July 2008
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC TopNews, India
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Thaindian.com, Thailand
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC The Cheers, Estonia
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Smash Hits, India
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC DailyIndia.com
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Britain News
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Birmingham Star, USA
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Malaysia Sun, Malaysia
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Newstrack India, India
Hear your avatar laugh like you on your PC Fresh News, India

11 July 2008
Sneeze-sensing software gives avatars a good laugh New Scientist
Seagulls start their league campaign at home Weston & Somerset Mercury

10 July 2008
山东大学2008年度暑期学校:重特色 铸品牌 中国教育新闻网, China
Alison Marchant: Charged Atmospheres Metro
Private schools praised for environmental efforts SFS Group
As the digital trend grows, the future is still bright for European Electronics Engineer Magazine
Are we ready for women bishops? Bristol Evening Post
Bath choir in last 15 of TV show Bath Chronicle
Meet the timeteam behind bonekickers Bath Chronicle
Sexual selection, sexual size dimorphism and Rensch's rule in Odonata PubMed

9 July 2008
Racing to aid rural economy Wiltshire Business Online
Launch of the European research project CARS Explorer Innovations-Report
Corporate social responsibility: Bangladesh perspective The New Nation, Bangladesh
Plan your career move to architecture Independent
University of Bath runs new summer schools Wiltshire Business Online

8 July 2008
How the Google generation thinks Times
Teachers "influential force" in bringing about environmental awareness ATL Education News
Tributes poured in for Edward Kangalee who dies during a day of fatalities on the region's roads Western Daily Press
Lyme pathogen traced to Europe Connecticut Business News Journal, USA
University of Bath professor is honoured for work on green energy Western Daily Press
Shocked pals leave tributes South Wales Argus

7 July 2008
吃饭最难适应过来人讲述留学英国经历 新浪, China
2009英国大学综合排名和专业排名 中国教育在线, China
Lyme Pathogen Traced to Europe Connecticut Business News Journal, USA
Diageo – Marketing to remember Ethical Corporation Magazine
Yes, it's a wet summer here...but beware, the world is running out of fresh water Western Daily Press

6 July 2008
Solar system roulette New York Times, USA
Bath choirs progress on TV show Bath Chronicle
Comments on this Story Arizona Daily Star, USA

5 July 2008
Quirky view of what the sixties may have been like RedOrbit

4 July 2008
2009年英国大学综合排名和专业排名新鲜出炉 百灵网, China
留英中国学子:就业到择业,过硬技术打天下 中国教育在线, China
Museum of Computing seeks new home ZDNet UK
Theatre preview: Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good) Metro
演讲嘉宾:Hock-Meng-Foong 新浪网, China
The machine that copies itself Tehran Times, Iran
SGAC Announces Winners of "Move An Asteroid 2008" Space Ref
Museum of Computing evicted Pocket-lint.co.uk
Museum of Computing evicted from University PC Pro
Larger screen targets help make silver surfing easier bjhcim
A Preliminary Investigation into the Potential Role of Waist Hip Ratio (WHR) Preference within the Assortative Mating Hypothesis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders PubMed

3 July 2008
Prizes for students' green essays Bath Chronicle
Disease research Bath Chronicle
GP slashes CVD mortality by 80% Pulse
Promising sixth-formers engineer a taste of university life Bath Chronicle
£100K prizy to honour lecturer Bath Chronicle
LDA risk manager wins top award Wired-Gov
Stars in their eyes Western Daily Press
Crew meets the Goldie standard Cambridge News Online
TV drama aims to make history 'sexy and exciting' This is Wells
TV makes history sexy This is Central Somerset

2 July 2008
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal innovations report, Germany
IWSc back to the future Timber Trades Journal
The machine that copies itself Guardian
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal Truth about Trade & Technology, USA
Museum of computing looks for new home Silicon.com
Life Sciences - Findings in life sciences reported from University of Bath NewsRX
Packaging News Power 50 - numbers 50 to 41 PackagingNews.co.uk

1 July 2008
A day's nutrition in a single meal could be provided by fortified cassava Medical News Today
Satnav system ' to give risk alerts' Courier Exchange
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes PR Newswire, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes Earthtimes, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes PR Newswire UK
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes PharmiWeb.com
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes FOXBusiness
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes Trading Markets, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes PharmaLive.com, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes istockAnalyst.com, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes SunHerald.com, USA
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes Trading Markets, USA
New threat to water wildlife Western Daily Press
Silence Therapeutics plc: Directorate change FinanzNachrichten
Silence Therapeutics plc: Directorate change Macro World Investor
Features 30 June 2008 Egov Monitor
Letter from K Blackburn Swindon Advertiser
Lyme disease bacterium came from Europe before ice age Science Daily
New Director General for British Association of Removers The institute of transport management
Silence Therapeutics announces board changes Cincinnati Business Journal, USA
Heterogeneous catalysts for the controlled ring-opening polymerisation of rac-lactide and homogeneous silsesquioxane model complexes PubMed
An embarrassment of pain perceptions? Towards an understanding of and explanation for the clinical presentation of CRPS type 1 PubMed
The influence of crystal habit on the prediction of dry powder inhalation formulation performance using the cohesive-adhesive force balance approach PubMed

June 2008

30 June 2008
Wake-up call to business: Tighten up on information security EurekAlert, USA
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal Genetic Engineering News, USA
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal EurekAlert, USA
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal Newswise
ESRC: Wake-up call to business: Tighten up on information security Politics.co.uk
Meal of fortified cassava could provide day's worth of nutrition RedOrbit, USA
Basilea wins approval; Bayhill yanks IPO FierceBiotech, USA
Fortified cassava could provide a day's nutrition in a single meal Science Daily
Wake-up call to business: Tighten up on information security Genetic Engineering News, USA
eGov monitor Weekly Egov Monitor
Making corporate social responsibility effective eGov Monitor
Wake-up call to business: Tighten up on information security Wired-gov
Lyme disease bacterium came from Europe before ice age Free Republic
Quiz The Hindu Business Line
European roots of Lyme disease bug revealed YubaNet

29 June 2008
The Hindu Images Business Line, India
Lyme Disease Bug Came From Europe Before Ice Age Science Daily

27 June 2008
Drinking 'to escape' has a negative effect on kids New Scientist
NERA Economic Consulting Report Business Wire, USA
NERA Economic Consulting Report StreetInsider.com, USA
A day in the life of a great museum Swindon Advertiser
NERA Economic Consulting Report FinanzNachrichten, Germany
Dumb the pain Australian Women's Health
Ribonuclease A homologues of the zebrafish: polymorphism, crystal structures of two representatives and their evolutionary implications PubMed
Evidence for PI-3K-dependent migration of Th17-polarized cells in response to CCR2 and CCR6 agonists PubMed

26 June 2008
UK's top university teachers named Guardian
Northern Lights mess with GPS ShortNews.com, Germany
Interference by Northern Lights sends sat-navs loopy Mirror
Northern Lights is sending sat-navs in wrong direction Glasgow Daily Record
3-D Printer RepRap clones itself--well, almost CIO, USA
Focus on: Bath Times
Lecturers rewarded for hard work ATL Education News
Youngsters involved in heated debate about fate of the planet Bath Chronicle
Cricketing legend returns to city to receive honourary law degree Bath Chronicle
Sport practitioners to be trained in behaviour change Medical News Today
Inspiration for fitness Gazette & Herald
Blind student makes history with a degree of distinction Bath Chronicle
Lost? It's a trick of the lights... Bath Chronicle
Cameroon or bust for dodgy trio while the pink ladies go like greased lightening Bath Chronicle
Old photos form the basis for modern art exhibition Bath Chronicle
Chronicle Comment: Good to talk Bath Chronicle
A kinematic analysis of rugby lineout throwing PubMed
The physical demands of elite English rugby union PubMed
Where X does not equal Y Times Higher Education
Max-Planck-Institut für Erlangen Nürnberger Zeitung, Germany
Group efforts in learning's delivery room Times Higher Education
Somerset cricket legend given honourary degree Somerset Standard

25 June 2008
院校排名:2008社会学最新专业排名 搜狐, China
Beefy nets Honorary Law Degree The Island, Sri Lanka
Couzin named Searle Scholar Princeton University
Northern Lights 'interfere with satnav devices' Courier Exchange
Sat-Navs led astray by Northern Lights Glasgow Daily Record
Lights drive sat-nav mad Mirror
After dreaming of my baby’s funeral, I decided to get help Worcester News
City chief to chair GCP Operating Board Cambridge Network
Die Wiege eines Quälgeistes Wissenschaft-online, Germany
Making corporate social responsibility effective ID21 Magazine
Botham awarded honorary degree Sporting Life
Ny robot bygger model af sig selv Computerworld, Denmark
University honours Sir Ian This is Devon

24 June 2008
Lyme Disease in the US originated in Europe Medical News Today
Lyme disease: European import Connecticut Post, USA
Tick-borne Lyme Disease has European ancestors Bloomberg
Bath experts on satnav errors Bath Chronicle
White Mountain announces Director appointments RedOrbit
Scientists build robot that can replicate itself PC World Magazine, Australia
Botham awarded honorary degree The Press Association
Beefy nets honorary Law degree Cricket365 News
RepRap robot creates 3D objects and replicates itself Geek.com
Botham awarded honorary degree Yahoo! Eurosport
SatNavs affected by the Northern Light? I.T. Vibe
Gingerbread Family Fun Day Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Cost of Capital for Price Review 2009 Water UK
White Mountain announces Director appointments Calibre Macro World
Botham awarded honorary degree Horncastle News
Northern Lights put Sat-Nav users in dark Sky News

23 June 2008
UCSD deploys Bluetooth scanners RF Globalnet, USA
Aurora Borealis responsible for GPS failures The Tech Herald, USA
Satnav leading you astray? Blame the Northern Lights! Absolute Gadget
Aurora Borealis affects GPS Pocket-lint.co.uk
Northen Lights to blame for satnav failures ITProPortal
Sat-navs stuffed by Northern Lights Inquirer
White Mountain announces Director appointments PR Newswire, USA
White Mountain announces Director appointments Stockhouse, Canada
White Mountain announces Director appointments Earthtimes
White Mountain announces Director appointments Trading Markets, USA
UCSD deploys Bluetooth scanners Wireless Networks Online, USA
Aurora borealis interfere with satnav devices PC Advisor
Ian Botham to get Bath Uni degree Bath Chronicle
Sat nav mix-ups 'caused by northern lights Yes Insurance
Lost GPS signals now verified as caused by Northern Lights iTWire, Australia
Northern Lights send sat-navs in wrong direction NewsLite
White Mountain announces Director appointments CNNMoney.com
White Mountain announces Director appointments istockAnalyst.com, USA
White Mountain announces Director appointments Biloxi Sun Herald, USA
White Mountain announces Director appointments PR Newswire
Wayne McGregor - Random Dance Danza Ballet, Spain
Northern Lights leading sat navs astray PC Pro
RepRap: stampare in 3D oggetti dal proprio computer ECOMatrix, Italy
Structure of mouse IP-10, a chemokine PubMed
Benzene Polyphosphates as Tools for Cell Signalling: Inhibition of Inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate 5-Phosphatase and Interaction with the PH Domain of Protein Kinase Balpha PubMed
Aurora Borealis interferes with GPS signal Hard OCP
Scientists build robot that can replicate itself ARNnet
Sat navs sent haywire by Northern Lights Yahoo!
There is a great travel network which has been set up by students from the University of Bath Times
On the move TMCnet
Roboter baut sich selbst Computerworld, Switzerland

22 June 2008
Robot can replicate itself PC World
GPS drivers led astray by the lights Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Oakfield may be demolished Swindon Advertiser
University building could be demolished Swindon Advertiser
Scientists build robot that can replicate itself Reseller News, New Zealand
Dr. David Parker, Chairman, Co-Founder Silicon Fen Business Report
GPS drivers led astray by the lights Brisbane Times, Australia
Sat-nav blunders could be down to Northern Lights Daily Mail
GPS failing? Blame the Northern Lights Telegraph

21 June 2008
Intradiscal pressure changes with dynamic pedicle screw systems PubMed
Scientists build robot that can replicate itself NetworkWorld.com, USA
GPS failing? Blame the Northern Lights Telegraph
Turn...left or right at the Northern Lights Telegraph

20 June 2008
第七届国际教育展6月22日在世贸展览馆盛大开幕 浙江在线, China
2008年(06届)学生获得国外大学预录取通知书一览表 羊城晚报, China
Battle for Coate resumes Swindon Advertiser
UCSD deploys Bluetooth scanners to detect spread of malicious data between wireless devices Wireless Networks Onlined
Open source 3D printer will copy itself DaniWeb, USA
Scientists build robot that can replicate itself Computerworld, USA
Police nab former uni man for forgery Waikato Times, New Zealand
Excess Baggage: Leveling the load and changing the workplace Baywood.com

19 June 2008
第七届国际教育展(浙江站) 新华网浙江频道, China
第七届国际教育展本周日开幕 浙江在线, China
Riding group founder’s joy Gazette & Herald
Pupils find university science day is a blast Bath Chronicle
Taking the stage with a French twist Bath Chronicle
Youngsters get heated over claimate change Bath Chronicle
Cyclist regrets leaving helmet at home Bath Chronicle
Mini festival gets bigger and better Bath Chronicle
Dundee to become Scotland's first 'fibre city' VNUNet.com
Dundee to become Scotland's first 'fibre city' What PC?
Student Hext matches course record South Devon Herald Express
Benefactor heads list of great and good honoured by the Queen Bath Chronicle
Meningitis help thanks to Bath Bath Chronicle
Use of headhunters to fill top jobs is 'morally lazy' Times Higher Education
Grant winners Times Higher Education
Queen's Honours for stars of higher education Times Higher Education
Chinese ambassador to U.S. to speak in Indianapolis on Feb. 22 Indiana University, USA
Chinese ambassador to U.S. to speak in Indianapolis on Nov. 29 Indiana University, USA
Community Resources The United Kingdom Parliament

18 June 2008
Profile: University of Bath Times Online
Is sleep texting possible? TechRadar.com
Machine copies itself Technology Horizons
Alcohol campaign launched Brands for Pubs and Bars
City economy in the spotlight Western Daily Press

17 June 2008
LIS graduates a class of high achievers The Freeport News, Bahamas 
Gov't expects new school buildings to be zero carbon PublicTechnology.net
What goes up may not come down! Dorset Echo
Event Details West Focus
Gov't expects new school buildings to be zero carbon: Big impact on educational ICT PublicTechnology.net
Driven to success with PCs for cars Western Daily Press

16 June 2008
UK Government: First step to making all new school buildings Insurance News Net, USA
Boom in back garden oil wells in US helps city engineers grow Express & Echo
Aquapac Products Review The Gadgeteer
OBE for Bath Uni deputy vice-chancellor Bath Chronicle
UK Government: First step to making all new school buildings zero carbon Calibre Macro World
First step to making all new school buildings zero carbon M2
People on the move Research Live
First step to making all new school buildings zero carbon Gov - Dept. Education & Skills
DNA adsorption at functionalized Si/buffer interfaces studied by x-ray reflectivity PubMed
Structure-function analysis of the C3-binding region of Staphylococcus aureus immune subversion protein Sbi PubMed
Science & music: raising the roof PubMed

15 June 2008
A Key Role for Redox Signaling in Rapid P2X7 Receptor-Induced IL-1{beta} Processing in Human Monocytes Pub Med

14 June 2008
Uni boss gets OBE Bath Chronicle
Rocket building test fires imaginations Western Daily Press

13 June 2008
Birthday Honours - Part one The Herald
The Queen's Birthday Honours: National List Birmingham Post
New BBC drama comes to Bath Bath Chronicle
Letters: World trade Independent
Diet Pills: Dying to be slim Mail on Sunday

12 June 2008
Science & Music: Raising the roof Nature.com
Hi-tech help for patients Bath Chronicle
Think-tank builds on architect's expertise to discuss city schemes Bath Chronicle
Machine replicates its own components European Design Engineer Magazine
Machine replicates its own components Engineer Live
Focus turns on city's economy Bath Chronicle
AnTech creates recruitment campaign for engineers World News
100 jobs created in Wiltshire Wiltshire Business Online
Media plugs bikes as fuel prices rise Bike Biz
Advisory Board Drug Discovery & Development
Time to debate Bath's economy Bath Chronicle
Reading Room by the Jonathan Lunn Dance Company Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
A passion for hunky punks and midgets This Is Central Somerset
A passion for hunky punks and midgets This is Shepton
A passion for hunky punks and midgets This is Cheddar Valley

11 June 2008
On the move: Alison Grace, Helen Sweeney, Ian Cheetham PersonnelToday.com
3D-printer kan kopiere sig selv til hele nabolaget Ingeniøren, Norway
AnTech creates recruitment campaign for engineers Rigzone

10 June 2008
Expansion for BPRI Daily Research News Online
Machine copies itself The Engineer
Is teen drinking really out of control? The Courier
Law Officers Departments collaborate on HR and Payroll Services with MidlandHR Response Source
Free physics at Bath University Wiltshire Business Online
Erythropoietin mediates hepcidin expression in hepatocytes through EPOR signaling and regulation of C/EBP Blood
Talented East Bridgwater Community School team runners-up in chemistry competition Bridgwater Mercury

9 June 2008
Dawn of the self-replicating machine New Scientist
Engineers build first self-replicating 3D machine Inventorspot
The complete works of William Shakespeare (abridged) Bath Chronicle
Dept. of Human Behavior: Safety and Risk-Taking Washington Post, USA
Can anyone go an entire day talking only in management speak? Guardian
Tough talking Guardian
Xeros Ltd Calibre Macro World
Is this the future of our ambulances? Bristol Evening Post
Carers to learn their rights Antrim Times
Xeros Ltd TMC Net
Congress beckons for student Rob The Sentinel
Xeros Ltd Individual.com

8 June 2008
Is this the future of the ambulance? Evening Post
Taking more risks because you feel safe Washington Post, USA

7 June 2008
有研半导体材料股份有限公司第三届董事会第三十五次会议... 中国证券网, China
Beware the traitor in your pocket Times Online

6 June 2008
A robot that heals itself Cnet Asia, USA
On the map New Electronics
Brown takes over as acting chairman at CML Residential Landlord
Bath’s Holburne Museum extension, seven years on BD Online
Lead time slashed for test reports Industrial Plant & Equipment
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show Nanotechnology News
Tim Brennan: Great Northern Coalfield Swindon Advertiser
Polly Gould - Peninsular Swindon Advertiser
Replicating rapid prototyper replicates replicating rapid prototyper Wired News

5 June 2008
英国研制出可自我复制的机器人 图 深圳新闻网, China
英国研制出可自我复制的机器人(图) 和讯网, China
Tributes to tragic Sophie Stourbridge News
Microwave therapy showing momentum Medical Physics Web
My robot on the side Mirror.co.uk
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show Nanotechwire.com, USA
Barnes scales heights for charity Bath Chronicle
Encounter with the robot of the future Mirror.co.uk
Tributes to tragic Sophie Halesowen News
Free physics Bath Chronicle
Echoes of the past from one of the most historic villages in the Bath area Bath Chronicle
Runners get on their marks for good causes Bath Chronicle
Scientists unveil robot which reproduces itself Derbyshire Times
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show Science Daily
Consumer devices Economist
Salon girls raise cancer funds Wiltshire Times
Sewers provide Bournemouth with leased-line alternative ComputerWeekly.com
Building on our success: Communities and Local Government appoint five non-executive board members Communities and Local Government
UK Government: Building on our success: Communities and Local Government appoint five non-executive board members TMCnet
Richard Brown becomes acting CML Chairman Housing News
(CLG) Building on our success: Communities and Local Government appoint five non-executive board members Department for Communities and Local Government
Packaging News Power 50 - the countdown begins Packaging News
Students show their interest in gardening is blooming Bath Chronicle
RepRap la prima macchina open source che replica sé stessa Giurdanella, Italy
Arthritis sufferers invited to hear about a new treatment Health Orbit
Origin of beta-cells in regenerating pancreas PubMed

4 June 2008
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show innovations report, Germany
The robot that works like a 3D printer to reproduce itself Daily Mail
Boffins build self-replicating replicating machine Reg Hardware
Self-reproducing robot launched Channel 4 News
Scientists unveil robot that reproduces itself Daily Mail
Self-reproducing robot launched The Press Association
Will phones shed light on our lives TechRadar.com
Pupils challenged to build rockets Wiltshire Times
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show Nanotechnology News
RepRap the self replicating robot ElectricPig.tv
A Key Role for Redox Signaling in Rapid P2X7 Receptor-Induced IL-1β Processing in Human Monocytes1 The Journal of Immunology
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show A2Media Group
Scientists say 3-d copier makes any gadget you want Chedder Valley Gazette
Scientists say 3-D copier makes any gadget you want Central Somerset Gazette
Boffins build self-replicating replicating machine The Register
MidlandHR: Gateshead College Goes Live with Integrated HR and Payroll System from MidlandHR Calibre Macro World
Scientists unveil robot which reproduces itself Buckingham Today
RepRap - open source machine makes copies of 3-D objects, including itself Topix
Pupils challenged to build rockets Calne Gazette & Herald
Family comes first again Wiltshire Business Online
All over in a flash New Scientist
Self-reproducing robot launched MSN UK
Scientists say 3-D copier makes any gadget you want Western Daily Press
RepRap universal constructor achieves self-replication Boing Boing
RepRap, la stampante che si autoriproduce Le Scienze, Italy

3 June 2008
英英机器人可再生复制(图) QQ, China
First prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show News-Medical.net, Australia
Robot that can build itself to be unveiled Telegraph.co.uk
Students get a taste of international business Royal Gazette, Bermuda
Trakm8 finance director resigns Director of Finance online
Multi Million Dollar Funding Package For Acculis Limited Microwave Medical News Today
Prototype of machine that can copy itself AZoNano.com, Australia
Prototype of machine that copies itself goes on show Nanowerk LLC
Richard Brown becomes acting CML chairman Director of Finance online
New acting CML chairman as Steven Crawshaw steps down Fair Investment Company
Richard Brown appointed chairman of CML Mortgage Strategy
Richard Brown becomes acting CML Chairman Politics.co.uk

2 June 2008
The party's over EducationGuardian.co.uk

1 June 2008
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave istockAnalyst.com, USA
Thousands join cancer race Bath Chronicle
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave Genetic Engineering News, USA
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave PR-Inside.com, Austria
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave Business Wire, USA
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave Earthtimes
Multi million dollar funding package for Acculis Limited Microwave StreetInsider.com, USA
Reaching smokers: how can we encourage more people to use effective treatment? PubMed
Cold intimacies: the making of emotional capitalism PubMed
Self and other in communication and cognition: the role of auto-communication and intersubjectivity in autopoiesis of psychic systems PubMed
Habitual negative body image thinking as psychological risk factor in adolescents PubMed

May 2008

30 May 2008
War, Ethics and Justice in a Post 9/11 World NewsBlaze, USA
WNTD 2008 Awardees WHO
3D printer fabricates using molten plastics Manufacturing Talk
MidlandHR: Law Officers Departments collaborate on HR and Payroll Services with MidlandHR; Crown Prosecution Service, Treasury Solicitors, Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office and Serious Fraud Office use iTrent for integrated HR system Macro World Investor
Lomborg-deltager: Det gik nøjagtig, som jeg havde frygtet Ingeniøren, Norway
Drop in on some of Dorsets artists Dorset Echo

29 May 2008
Student honours Bath Chronicle
Fit to study for qualifications Bath Chronicle
Minds meet Bath Chronicle
Heather bows out from nursing after half a century Bath Chronicle
Men cheer on ladies' race Bath Chronicle

28 May 2008
May's Student Round-up Times Online
School wins £17k science boost Wiltshire Times
Application of intelligent well completion for controlled dumpflood World Oil

24 May 2008
University secures an innovative funding package HULIQ

23 May 2008
Doctor death in town Manchester Evening News
12 hour line dance for cancer research Reading Chronicle
Special school is moved to top floor Camden New Journal
Being a New Media digital artist Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
United Kingdom drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Avenue Vine
Tigger just needs some direction TES

22 May 2008
Project Success Bath Chronicle
Doctori death in town Manchester Evening News
Mary will still be working for Topsham Devon 24
Fuel costs 16p per mile. Why? Guardian Unlimited
Michael Pollitt investigates whether hybrid cars are the way forward Guardian Unlimited
Appointments Times Higher Education
Parking Rise Bath Chronicle
How secure is your university city? Independent

21 May 2008
Stoichiometric and catalytic reactivity of the N-heterocyclic carbene ruthenium hydride complexes [Ru(NHC)(L)(CO)HCl] and [Ru(NHC)(L)(CO)H(eta(2)-BH(4))] (L = NHC, PPh(3)) PubMed
Players working wonders at Bath despite the club treading water Times Online

20 May 2008
国旅联合股份有限公司董事会二○○八年第三次会议决议公 中国证券网, China
MOC News: Medical seminar Malta Independent Online, Malta
Trusting the monkey mind Evangelical Outpost
Your generosity is beating the 'Big C' Western Daily Press
Divide and rule? Not on my watch Western Daily Press

19 May 2008
In the professional press Times
Drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Reuters UK
Drinkers hazy about safe alcohol limits China Post, Taiwan
Drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits ChristianToday
UK drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Reuters UK
UK drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Reuters India
Drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Javno.hr, Croatia
TSWW, GVA Grimley, MCS IC Wales
Drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits GMTV
UK drinkers confused over safe alcohol limits Reuters US
Gender-integrating sport helps improve men’s attitudes toward women, study shows HealthOrbit

17 May 2008
Fledglings targeted by Big Pharma Sunday Herald

16 May 2008
Bentley launches GenerativeComponents subscription program Ten Links
Manchester debates ethics of displaying dead Medical News Today
What a shame that oldness has come to be seen as a curse Times Online
Tom Taylor named PM Ambassador™ in UK openPR, Germany
'Bouncer blinded me hours after my sister's funeral' South Wales Evening Post
University offers degree in funerals Students Today
Creative arts week at Swindon's University of Bath Wiltshire Business Online
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program WNIB
Church must 'think carefully' over Government partnership Inspire Magazine

15 May 2008
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program Earthtimes
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program StreetInsider.com, USA
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program Business Wire, USA
Dying to be a funeral director? Then this is the degree for you Bath Chronicle
Mobile phone privacy fears Bath Chronicle
ACM Honors Bruno Buchberger Dr. Dobb's Journal, USA
Cancer research Bath Chronicle
Centre wants bags of help Bath Chronicle
Bentley announces subscription program for generative components Cadalyst Magazine, USA
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program Broadcast Newsroom, USA
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program Consumer Electronics Net, USA
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program PR-Inside.com, Austria
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program Centre Daily Times, USA
Bentley announces innovative discovery subscription program InfoBolsa, Spain
Mary will still be working for Topsham Exmouth Journal
Mary will still be working for Topsham Exmouth Herald
Increase in illegal drug use Bath Chronicle
Obituary writer scoops international award Bath Chronicle
Open days at institution Bath Chronicle
Bath in bloom appeals for schools to take part Bath Chronicle
Seed expert to give talk Bath Chronicle
Rising stars of renewable energy shine at seminar Bath Chronicle
F2008 helps decision makers forecast better future WebWire
Grant Winners Times Higher Education
Research hope over cancer Western Daily Press

14 May 2008
F2008 helps decision makers forecast better future WebWire, USA
Skin cancer 'breakthrough' BBC News
Scare tactics on alcohol not working Morning Advertiser
UK varsity to offer degree in funerals Economic Times, India
Brit varsity to offer degree in funerals Mumbai Mirror, India
UK varsity to offer degree in funerals Economictimes
Application of intelligent well completion for controlled dumpflood WordOil Magazine
Death by degree at UK university The Times of India, India
Tom Taylor named PM Ambassador™ in UK PR Log
SAS gears up to host F2008 Conference Individual.com
Synthesis, characterization, and structural studies of mixed-Ligand Diorganotin Esters, [R2Sn(OP(O)(OH)Ph)(OS(O)2R(1))]n [R = n-Bu, R(1) = Me (1), n-Pr (2); R = Et, R(1) = Me (3)] with 1D and 3D coordination polymeric motifs PubMed

13 May 2008
英国研究认为蓝牙比RFID更伤害你的隐私 RFID中国网, China
Petrobank announces record first quarter results Stockhouse, Canada
Petrobank announces record first quarter results StreetInsider.com, USA
Petrobank announces record first quarter results Market Wire
ACM honors innovator of automated tools for mathematics Standard Newswire, USA
Just what is a binge drinker and how to get through to them News-Medical.net, Australia
Students queueing up for funeral directing degree Mirror.co.uk
University offers degree in funerals Lancashire Evening Post
Petrobank announces record first quarter results TMCnet
The McCue Interview: Claire Hamon, CIO, Rok Group Silicon.com
Degree in funerals at UK university Zee News, India
Degree in funerals at UK university Times of India, India
Martin Johnson to put faith in Steve Borthwick Telegraph
TUI UK expands sustainability team E-Tid.com
University offers funeral degree Channel 4 News
Emerging role for AS160/TBC1D4 and TBC1D1 in the regulation of GLUT4 traffic AJP - Endocrinology and Metabolism
Petrobank announces record first quarter results Macro World Investor
ACM honors innovator of automated tools for mathematics Individual.com
ACM honors innovator of automated tools for mathematics Ascribe

12 May 2008
F2008 helps decision makers forecastbetter future Business Wire, USA
Festival showcases black dance talent Gazette & Herald
University launches Britain's first undergraduate degree in juggling Daily Mail
Uni pioneers degree for undertakers Bath Chronicle
Binge drinking scare tactics are failing, study finds Offlicence News
New funeral services degree planned The Press Association
Skin cancer breakthrough BBC News
Top of the steps Swindon Advertiser
F2008 helps decision makers forecast better future PR-Inside.com, Austria
Nature struts its stuff Eureka
F2008 helps decision makers forecast Ad-Hoc-News, Germany
PhD studentship available Handheld Learning
Festival showcases black dance talent This is Wiltshire.co.uk
University offers funeral degree The Press Association
Students' stiff exam Mirror.co.uk
News scan The Mercury
University to offer degree in funerals Kuwait Times, Kuwait
University to offer degree in funerals Peninsula On-line, Qata
Death by degree at British university France24, France
Death by degree at British University Citizen, South Africa
Death by degree at British university AFP
Death by degree at British university Independent Online, South Africa
University offers funeral degree BBC
Dying for a degree: University launches Britain's first undergraduate course in funeral directing Daily Mail
F2008 helps decision makers forecast better future FinanzNachrichten, Germany
New funeral services degree planned PA Group

11 May 2008
Ministers told: Don't dub us all binge drinkers UK Express
Anti-alcohol campaign 'failing' Telegraph.co.uk
ASGC: why we can afford to be choosy Emirates Business 24/7, United Arab Emirates

10 May 2008
Business school adapts to a multilingual world The Gazette, Canada
Bluetooth makes your every move trackable The Cheers, Estonia
Binge drink scare tactics 'do not work' guardian.co.uk
Tributes after fatal car crash Bromsgrove Advertiser

9 May 2008
Car crash victim Heather loved sport and her garden Redditch Standard
UK researcher finds Bluetooth more of a privacy threat than RFID engadget, USA
War ethics and justice in a post 9/11 world Loughborough News
War, ethics and justice in a post 9/11 world 24dash
UK researcher finds Bluetooth more of a privacy threat than RFID BlogJunkies
Printer prints itself Silo Breaker
Chinese Ambassador to address University of Delaware Forum May 10 Interest Alert
Major review into strengthening school governance is launched by Jim Knight Business In The Community
Sporting chance to be friends Western Daily Press
Surface plasmon resonance assay for real-time monitoring of somatic coliphages in waste Waters PubMed
Mitochondria dependent regulation of Kv currents in rat pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells PubMed

8 May 2008
Bluetooth makes your every move trackable Thaindian.com, Thailand 
Managing for health Exec Digital UK
New Focus and Optical Society name student award finalists TMCnet
Per Bluetooth Handys ausspionieren monstersandcritics, Germany
Bluetooth makes your every move trackable Daily India
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Tornado Insider
Understanding the dynamics of poverty in Bangladesh ID21 Magazine
War, ethics and justice in a post 9/11 world 24 Dash
Co2 debate Bath Chronicle
Monkey bidness Cable Digital News
Last chance to see... Bath Chronicle
Effective campaign Bath Chronicle
UK researcher finds Bluetooth more of a privacy threat than RFID Edgadget
Going up the garden path Bath Chronicle
Sempre più a rischio col bluetooth del cellulare Key4biz, Italy
Acute moderate intensity exercise in middle-aged men has neither an anti- nor pro-inflammatory effect PubMed
Bluetooth mette a rischio privacy degli utenti Quomedia, Italy

7 May 2008
Bluetooth gives spies a window into your life New Scientist
Posthumous award a 'tribute to Helen' Evening Post
picoChip: picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Manufacturing Business Technology, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with wew VP of operations Consumer Electronics Net, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations TMC Net, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations PR-Inside.com, Austria
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Centre Daily Times, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Trading Market, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Business Wire, USA
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Earthtimes
Women in business at Bath University challenge Wiltshire Business Online
picoChip: picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Calibre Macro World
Fungus helps asthma treatment BBC News Wiltshire
picoChip strengthens senior team with new VP of operations Ad-Hoc-News
TLC: Privacy a rischio per il bluetooth del cellulare AGI, Italy
Mirror visual feedback alleviates deafferentation pain, depending on qualitative aspects of the pain: a preliminary report PubMed
Syntheses, structures and properties of cadmium benzenedicarboxylate metal-organic frameworks PubMed

6 May 2008
In three languages, please! CNW Telbec, Canada
In three languages, please! Canada NewsWire, Canada
Brave golden girl's award South Wales Evening Post
Student cheating in south west grows guardian.co.uk
Robotic bugs set to invade the battlefield Telegraph
In three languages, please! Calibre Macro World
Creative week at Swindon's University of Bath Wiltshire Business Online
Project will cut packaging This is Gloucestershire

5 May 2008
Insects steeled for battle of the bots The Age, Australia
Honors and Achievements - Curiosity a boon to Goldwater recipient Chadron Record
A gourmet battle to savour Western Daily Press
New Focus(TM) and the Optical Society announce finalists for student award Individual.com

3 May 2008
Robotic bugs set to invade the battlefield Telegraph.co.uk

2 May 2008
NHS anti-smoking adverts might be controversial but are still effective, says study Medical News Today
Select Committees - public meetings/membership Hansard

1 May 2008
Centre receives £1.2m for food packaging reduction Cotswold Journal
The guanine-nucleotide-exchange factor BopE from Burkholderia pseudomallei adopts a compact version of the Salmonella SopE/SopE2 fold and undergoes a closed-to-open conformational change upon interaction with Cdc42 PubMed
Waveguides bridge 'terahertz gap' Planet Analog
How to crack the office dress code The Independent
Centre receives 1.2m for food packaging reduction Cotswold Journal
Being a funeral director may sound grim, but your work is much appreciated The Independent
The use of steroid sulfatase inhibitors as a novel therapeutic strategy against hormone-dependent endometrial cancer Endocrinology
Thousands of jobs will be created by new Science Park Bath Chronicle
Action on environment Bath Chronicle
More people looking for allergy relief Bath Chronicle
Stirring tales from an Appalachian hillbilly Bath Chronicle
Pigeon flies the flag at university Bath Chronicle
Charity run raises funds for orphans Bath Chronicle
Researcher is an inspiration - official Bath Chronicle
Interleukin 13 increases contractility of murine tracheal smooth muscle by a phosphoinositide 3-kinase p110delta-dependent mechanism PubMed
The use of steroid sulfatase inhibitors as a novel therapeutic strategy against hormone-dependent endometrial cancer PubMed

April 2008

30 April 2008
Lord Sainsbury launches SPark, a new 300 million science park Silo Breaker
Plastic fantastic Wiltshire Times
Hills Group takes it back in the family Wiltshire Business Online
Plagiarism on rise at universities Western Daily Press

29 April 2008
Students turn to web plagiarism BBC News
Brave Sam fights on after asthma attack Evening Post
2 NYU faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences Genetic Engineering News
Migrants in a digital land Bangkok Post
Frå Sirdølen Avis til leiar for Brusselkontoret Sirdølen, Norway

28 April 2008
Nuclear post for former Barnsley man The Star
Braveheart chief sets investment sights on England The Scotsman
Shatter The Age, Australia
How Justin King returned Sainsbury's to the heart of Middle England Times
City fan Loach in Cantona football film This is Bath
Waveguide/splitter bridges terahertz gap TMCnet
Nuclear post for former Barnsley man Sheffield Star

27 April 2008
许善达开讲新浪长安讲坛第二讲 新浪, China

26 April 2008
Dartington aims to reinvent itself South Devon Herald Express
Select Committees - public meetings/membership Hansard

25 April 2008
Sport changing lives in Africa and beyond Glasgow Herald
Shatter The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Quality for customers, Quality for employees: SQS Group Limited overhauls payroll and HR with support from MidlandHR IT Backbones Computing News
British Gas launches Generation Green programme for schools Centrica

24 April 2008
Regional ranking: Change of the guard in Scotland Independent
Yummys, Trowbridge Swindon Advertiser
Band gets into a new rhythm Bath Chronicle
DNA firm's founder shares his story with region's directors Bath Chronicle
Tournament raises money in memory of student
Bath Chronicle
Schoolgirl is named Miss Bath Bath Chronicle
Hear from designer Bath Chronicle
Katya is Miss Bath 2008 Bath Chronicle
Icons of the 1960s are in need of £11bn makeover Times Higher Education
A robotic crab to explore the seas Topix
Yummys, Trowbridge Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Sport changing lives in Africa and beyond The Herald
Dealing with life's risks Swindon Advertiser
Radiochemicals firm first to recycle tritium Chemistry World
MyQB Fotowürfel - das eigene Foto wird zum Kultobjekt openPR.de, Germany
Der MyQB Energy Cube Online Artikel, Germany
Radiochemicals firm first to recycle tritium RSC
Vigilant chosen by University of Bath Security World Hotel, Middle East
Study data from University of Bath provide new insights into inflammation Calibre Macro World

23 April 2008
英国研制螃蟹机器人用于水下勘察探测 星空资讯, China
Parisian's grandson to wed in Mississippi The Paris Post-Intelligencer, France
Vigilant Civic and Public Building Online
Searching for danger cracks Manufacturers' Monthly

22 April 2008
A robotic crab to explore the seas ZDNet Blogs
Shocking rise in teenage drug use Swindon Advertiser
Shocking rise in teenage drug use This is Wiltshire.co.uk
DC powersystems develops compressor with 65% fuel savings Tyres & Accessories
DC powersystems develop tyre van compressor with 65% fuel savings Tyres & Accessories
Vigilant chosen by University of Bath Security World Hotel
Conference to address alcohol and drug abuse amoung teens Devizes Gazette & Herald
Conference to address alcohol and drug abuse amoung teens Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Der MyQB Fotowürfel you:press!, Germany
Der MyQB Glückswürfel you:press!, Germany
Waveguides bridge 'terahertz gap' EE Times
Cars made to measure Engineer Online
Bluetooth surveillance tested in the UK Slashdot
Der MyQB Sudoku 3D Live-PR.com, Germany
Der MyQB Energy Cube Live-PR.com, Germany
Der MyQB Bastelwürfel Live-PR.com, Germany
£1.2M deals confirm agency's 'vital role' This is Gloucestershire
Fair trade? It's our duty Western Daily Press
Der MyQB ILoveYou-Würfel Live-PR.com, Germany
Der MyQB Bastelwürfel Online Artikel, Germany
Der MyQB I love you cube Online Artikel, Germany
Interaction of human complement with SBI, a staphylococcal immunoglobulin-binding protein: Indications of a novel mechanism of complement evasion by Staphylococcus aureus PubMed

21 April 2008
25 radical network research projects you should know about; T-ray-based computers, the truth about Googling and finding terrorists on the internet CMD First Source
Cognolink appoints Joshua Maxey, as Vice President of Business Development PR Log

20 April 2008
Gray named European 'angel' of year Scotsman
The wrong move Hackney Gazette
The wrong move Willesden and Brent Times
The wrong move Wembley and Kingsbury Times
The wrong move Kilburn Times
Barbara Robertson Telegraph

18 April 2008
英国土木工程专业解读 中青在线, China
CIMA皇家特许管理会计师公会与中国注册会计师协会签署合 中国证券网, China
Sudoku you:press!, Germany
Nintendo launching UK Wii fit tour GameCube Europe
Der Sudoku 3D Würfel Online Artikel, Germany
A new simple tiling, with unusual properties, by a polyhedron with 14 faces PubMed

17 April 2008
New Zealand. Applications open for St Johns Rotary CORK scholarship BYM News, Spain
New Zealand. Weymouth foundation degree in sport scholarship BYM News, Spain
Digital future for National Trust with two additions PR Week
Der MyQB I LOVE YOU - Würfel you:press!, Germany
You know Jo will be good Bath Chronicle
If only Amy had gone to rehab - she might sound as good as Jo Western Daily Press
Judo centre at Bath will help coaches develop new talent Bath Chronicle
The op cit effect Times Higher Education

16 April 2008
'Drop' in drink-fuelled violence BBC News
The birth of attotechnology? Research & Development
Industrial relations ‘key to keep jobs’ IC Wales
25 network research projects you should know about Reseller News, New Zealand
Der MyQB Energy - Würfel you:press!, Germany
Der MyQB Energy Cube Online Artikel, Germany
The identification of factors contributing to the T-cell toxicity of Staphylococcus aureus clinical isolates PubMed

15 April 2008
Der MyQB Happy Birthday - Würfel you:press!, Germany
7th Annual Conference: The business case for FRPs in construction NetComposites
Der MyQB Happy Birthday - Würfel Online Artikel, Germany

14 April 2008
Conservatives bring in the big guns Swindon Advertiser
Girls swap Elmbridge for Ecuador Molesey News and Mail
'Don't build on precious land next to university' Bath Chronicle
Der MyQB Bastelwürfel you:press!, Germany

13 April 2008
New Itineraries Cultural Association introduces Italian language Newswire Today
Italians rake through rubbish in search of a new prime minister Sunday Business Post, Ireland

11 April 2008
分解通胀构成要素解读治理之策 网易, China
Der MyQB Fotowürfel you:press!, Germany
Smoking cessation 2008 PubMed
Epsilon International strengthens service E-consultancy
Cost conscious buyers call the tune Hospital Management
Yoghurt firm is carbon footprint pioneer This is Bristol - Evening Post

10 April 2008
UK's Museum of Computing is about to be evicted PublicTechnology.net
Building bridges to bridge and building rehab markets High Performance Composites
GPs reluctant to prescribe opiods for chronic pain Pulse
Ex-teacher leads way as women mark milestone Bath Chronicle
More time to have a say Bath Chronicle
Grief and memorabilia Bath Chronicle
How Islam encourages respect for animals Bath Chronicle
School reunion Bath Chronicle
Biofuels research fires young imaginations Bath Chronicle
Appointments Times Higher Education
Letters: Tough exercise regimes don't always deliver results Independent
Midday Open Thread Silo Breaker
3D printer to churn out copies of itself All Things Digital
The little goes live Bath Chronicle
MyQB Fotowürfel Online Artikel, Germany
'Super-parent' who combines caring with competition Telegraph.co.uk
Eskom, Transnet move to shift procurement focus Creamer Media's Engineering News, South Africa
Modulation of endothelial cell KCa3.1 channels during endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor signaling in mesenteric resistance arteries PubMed

9 April 2008
高中不冒尖后劲足 俩兄弟考上牛津剑桥 东北新闻网, China
Information professionals guiding you to the best bits Information World Review
Multi-octave spectral comb from a gas-filled hollow fiber SPIE, USA
Malaysia ready to inspect Marlborough facilities Inside the Games
Interphex 2008 photo diary Pharmaceutical Online
Interphex 2008: Notes from the exhibition floor Pharmaceutical Online
Interactions of some common pathogenic bacteria with Acanthamoeba polyphaga PubMed

8 April 2008
许善达:取消印花税 开征资本利得税受益中小股民 和讯网, China
国家税务总局原副局长许善达:取消印花税、开征资本利得 中国证券网, China
Dr Ramlan: NSI welcome Marlborough College’s offer Malaysia Star, Malaysia
Briton is Chosen to Lead Academy RedOrbit
Hollow-core fiber traps photons to enable attosecond pulses SPIE, USA
A better world...by design This is South Devon - Herald Express

7 April 2008
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery innovations report, Germany 
ISN To Study Marlborough College's Offer Bernama, Malaysia

6 April 2008
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery News-Medical.net, Australia
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery Medical News Today

4 April 2008
Mitosis gets harder as a result of new gene discovery Science Centric, Bulgaria
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery Biology News Net, Canada
Mitosis gets harder Scientist Live
Brummie accent is perceived as 'worse than silence' Times Online
Electronic & Electrical Engineering joins Power Academy Silo Breaker
Mitosis gets more complicated Bio Chemist
Students meet the future BT Today
Bath Spa University Times Higher Education

3 April 2008
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery PhysOrg.com
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery Genetic Engineering News, USA
戴森 借风力创造品牌的艺术 凤凰网, China
Don't forget natural beauty near campus Bath Chronicle
Who will be crowned the next miss Bath? Bath Chronicle
Asian night Bath Chronicle
Pupils discover power of the dance Bath Chronicle
Conference on addiction Bath Chronicle
Expandability and integration key to university security installation Pro Security Zone
'Psychology of risk' explores public inaction on climate Calibre Macro World
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery Science Daily
Friends staging rugby event in Gethin tribute Bath Chronicle
More Brick-work ExibArt - Italy
Mitosis gets harder thanks to new gene discovery EurekAlert

2 April 2008
地方队“外教”忙着练娃娃、挑苗子 中国军网, China
Climate change: The fault lies not in our cars but in ourselves IPS, Italy
Vigilant at the University of Bath SourceSecurity.com
Logging on in support of computer museum Swindon Advertiser
Erythropoietin mediates hepcidin expression in hepatocytes through EPOR signalling and regulation of C/EBP Blood
Stars need help to sparkle Insider

1 April 2008
UK Computer Museum faces closure ZDNet UK
The Museum of Computing threatened with closure IT PRO
Museum of Computing facing eviction CRN
Museum of Computing facing eviction Computing
Museum of Computing facing eviction What PC?
Museum of Computing facing eviction VNUNet.com
Museum of Computing facing eviction IT Week
Museum of Computing facing eviction Personal Computer World
Museum of Computing facing eviction Computeractive
Computing museum at risk of being thing of the past Silicon.com
Borrowing from nature CNN
Athena - Breathe With Me The Detour
Britain's Museum of Computing could be evicted, scrap tech on the scrap heap Yahoo!
A key claudin extracellular loop domain is critical for epithelial barrier integrity PubMed

March 2008

31 March 2008
UK's first dedicated museum of computing may soon be homeless ITProPortal
Relaxing energy UNM Daily Lobo, USA
Could paint be the next solar breakthrough? Gizmag, Australia
Museum of Computing facing eviction ComputerWeekly.com
Museum of Computing faces eviction Scenta.co.uk
End of the line for Pong Show? Spong
The Museum of Computing Manufacturing Business Technology, USA
UK's first dedicated Museum of Computing may soon be homeless SourceWire
UK's first dedicated Museum of Computing may soon be homeless Response Source
Museum searches for a new home This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Museum searches for a new home Swindon Advertiser
Museum of Computing gets uprooted PC Retail
The Museum of Computing Individual.com
Musuem of Computing faces eviction! Pocket-Lint
Blighty's Museum of Computing forced to go mobile The Register
The Museum of Computing Mbtmag
Homewood's 2008 Architecture Symposium examines Palladio Johns Hopkins Gazette

29 March 2008
McDonell graduate fights for peace in Ramallah Chippewa Herald, USA

28 March 2008
来英国攻读金融硕士 中国侨网, China
Museum of computing in Swindon in search for new home 24 Hour Museum
University of Bath researchers use Freeman Powder Tester Pharmaceutical Online, USA
Powder tester proves its worth in inhaler studies Laboratorytalk
The carriage population of Staphylococcus aureus from Mali is composed of a combination of pandemic clones and the divergent PVL positive genotype ST152 PubMed

27 March 2008
Sum thing to be proud of Bath Chronicle
Drivers and firms facing chaos as A36 is closed Bath Chronicle
Robotic breakthrough benefits UK oil and gas sector UK Trade & Investment
Performance of Dry Powder Inhalers Optimised Using Freeman Powder Azom.com
Museum of Computing seeks new home PC Pro
Robotic breakthrough benefits UK oil and gas sector UK Trade & Investment
Maine Arts Commission Brunswick Times Record, USA
Churches unite for witness on good Friday Bath Chronicle
Dance chance Bath Chronicle
Chance to have say on future of university Bath Chronicle
Researchers from University of Bath publish new studies and findings in the area of life sciences Calibre Macro World
IIM-C, CIMA team up for management accounting hub The Times of India, India
New 999 move slashes false alarm call-outs This is Bath
Mum welcomes missing son probe This is South Devon

26 March 2008
留学中介收费缘何差异大 中国教育在线, China
Easter's a real time for giving Swindon Advertiser
BAFTA nomination for film featuring Bath academic Bath Chronicle
Want to join the debate over body worlds 4? Medical News Today
Want to join the debate over body worlds 4? A2 Mediagroup

25 March 2008
Aiming high The Engineer
Methadone: does it really have low efficacy at mu-opioid receptors? PubMed

24 March 2008
IIM Calcutta Establishes CIMA-IIMC Centre of Management Accounting Cool Avenues, India
Hundreds join cross walks Bath Chronicle
New plea to find missing Philip South Devon Herald Express
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise, says research NewsRx

23 March 2008
Surface plasmon resonance-enhanced fluorescence implementation of a single-step competition assay: Demonstration of fatty acid measurement using an anti-fatty acid monoclonal antibody and a Cy5-labeled fatty acid PubMed

22 March 2008
The media industry’s rising stars: top 40 under 40 Times Online

21 March 2008
委员周文重:台独已损美方利益 北京华府增加协调 人民网, China
大洋彼岸的毕业典礼 金黔在线, China
International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference 2008 ADOI magazine, Malaysia
Spring training for Parents? Youth sport programs would benefit PR-USA.net, Bulgaria
Fetal thermal effects of diagnostic ultrasound Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

20 March 2008
英科学家用积木搭箭“螃蟹机器人”变革水下勘测 网易, China
英国研制螃蟹机器人用于水下勘察探测(图) 和讯网, China
变形金刚?水下勘测机器人可任意DIY 小熊在线, China
Expert's research discovers impact of red-tape on start-ups Bath Chronicle
Backing for spin-offs Bath Chronicle
Student hopes companies will snap up his crab-like robot Bath Chronicle
CIMA to set up a center for management accounting at IIM-C MBAUniverse.com, India
Robot crab prototype boasts Technics today, terror tomorrow engadget, USA
Egg-cellent way to cheer up youngsters Bath Chronicle
Landmark gets major facelift thanks to team of volunteers Bath Chronicle
City's skeleton crew makes no bones about it - that's a wrap Bath Chronicle
Eight scoop citizen of the year award Bath Chronicle
Professor's green light Bath Chronicle
Crab-bot The Engineer Online
Study: Evolution creates complex animals United Press International
Life becomes more complex: evolution study China Post, Taiwan
Study: Evolution creates complex animals Terra Daily
Study: Evolution creates complex animals Daily India
Safety, risks and outcomes from the use of injecting paraphernalia Scottish Executive
Robot crab prototype boasts technics today, terror tomorrow Edgadget

19 March 2008
CIMA courses now at IIMC Business Standard, India
Life becomes more and more complex while it evolves Daily News & Analysis, India
Life becomes more and more complex, evolution study finds Canada.com, Canada
Parents need spring training too RedOrbit, USA
Making sports fun requires training for parents Medical News Today
Life becomes more complex news 24, South Africa
Crab robot ready to explore murky secrets of the deep Clevedon Mercury
Integration of growth and specification in chick wing digit-patterning PubMed

18 March 2008
赴英选读金融专业人数剧增 第一选择伦敦商学院 网易, China
Researchers reveal the first pervasive 'rule' of evolution The Cheers, Estonia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves Adelaidenow, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves PerthNew, Australia
Life becomes more and more complex, evolution study finds France24, France
Researchers reveal the first pervasive 'rule' of evolution Newindpress, India
Life becomes more and more complex, evolution study finds Raw Story, USA
Life becomes more and more complex, evolution study finds AFP
Crab-like robot could benefit undersea exploration HULIQ, USA
Evolution drives animals to become increasingly more complex Science Centric, Bulgaria
'Robot crab' set to transform underwater exploration Daily Mail
'Robot crab' for underwater search Channel 4 News
Scientists have revealed what may well be the first News-Medical.net, Australia
Spring training for parents? Youth sport programs would benefit WebWire, USA
Spring training for parents? Newswise
Spring training for parents? EurekAlert, USA
Life 'more complex' as it evolves Daily Telegraph, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves Courier Mail, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves Sunday Times.au, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves The Mercury, Australia
Life 'more complex' as it evolves NEWS.com.au, Australia
Spring training for parents? Science Daily
Crab-bot The Engineer
Researchers reveal the first pervasive 'rule' of evolution Yahoo! India
First rule of evolution suggests that life is destined to become more complex Space Daily
Crab-like robot could benefit undersea exploration Design World Online
Life becomes more and more complex, evolution study finds Yahoo! News, USA
First 'rule' of evolution suggests that life is destined to become more complex Bright Surf, USA
'Robot crab' set to transform underwater exploration Burnley Express
'Robot crab' for underwater search Breitbart.com
First ‘rule’ of evolution suggests that life is destined to become more complex Innovations report, Germany
Researchers reveal the first pervasive 'rule' of evolution NewKerala.com
The presentation of "pro-anorexia" in online group interactions PubMed

17 March 2008
Earth Tech expands into Eastern Europe Process & Control Today
Researchers reveal the first pervasive rule of evolution Thaindian.com, Thailand
1st rule of evolution: Strive for complexity Science a Gogo
Drive to complexity seen in animal evolution World Science, USA
Want to do some good? GulfNews, United Arab Emirate
Researchers have found evidence Science Daily
First 'rule' of evolution PhysOrg.com, USA
Integrated Environmental Management Environmental Data Interactive

15 March 2008
Student Liaison & Marketing (Press & PR) Co-ordinator The Observer

14 March 2008
3个剑桥2个牛津 苏州新闻网, China
University campus plan for doomed factory site Bath Chronicle
Colloidal dispersions Scenta.co.uk

13 March 2008
杨洁篪:电表厂走出的外交部长 和讯网, China
Red tape hits workers, study shows The FINANCIAL, Georgia
Asthma in children linked to cleaning products and air freshener Medical News Today
Proof tea dances are not strictly for the older generation Bath Chronicle
Busy lit fest week was great all-round success Bath Chronicle
Colloidal dispersions Technology Horizons
University campus plan for doomed factory site Bath Chronicle
The choice is academic Bath Chronicle
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors Imperial College London
Give more and get more back HRZone.co.uk
"Click-fluors": Modular fluorescent saccharide sensors based on a 1,2,3-triazole ring PubMed

12 March 2008
British astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell News from Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Universal Fabber: The printer that prints itself Databazaar Blog, USA
Will cleaning hurt your baby? NHS Choice
Do cleaning products make kids wheeze? NHS Choices
Do cleaning products make children wheeze? NHS Choices
Colloidal dispersions The Engineer
Solar-Powered Paint Could Produce 4,500 GW-Hrs a Year! Eco Geek
Seven years of successfully constructing difficult North Sea HPHT wells using cesium formate brine WordOil Magazine
Cummins Announces New Appointments Associated Equipment Distributor
Dissecting the insecticide-resistance- associated cytochrome P450 gene Cyp6g1 PubMed

11 March 2008
Anti-aging treatments that don't work SheKnows.com, USA
It's a family affair Swindon Advertiser
The loaded die is cast Guardian
The loaded die is cast EducationGuardian.co.uk
The loaded die is cast The Observer Blog
See latest issue Special Chem 4 Coatings

10 March 2008
从小培养综合素质 双胞胎兄弟考上牛津剑桥 文新传媒, China
FSM Newsletter 10 March 2008 Free Software Magazine
Welsh boffins investigate sci fi-style solar power paint Business Green
Welsh boffins investigate sci fi-style solar power paint Computing
Colorful idea sparks renewable electricity from painting solar cells Science Daily

9 March 2008
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil DailyIndia.com, USA
Social anxiety prevents acne patients from participating in sports MedIndia, India
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil newKerala
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil Yahoo! India

8 March 2008
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil The Cheers, Estonia
Yorac awardee knows what it’s like to stand up to giants Inquirer.net, Philippines
University Of Bristol: Be part of the equation HULIQ, USA
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil TopNews, India
Paint that can power up buildings on the anvil Thaindian.com, Thailand

7 March 2008
Is a new university campus on the way? Bath Chronicle
New paint can power up buildings of the future South Wales Evening Post
Multi-octave spectral comb from a gas-filled hollow fiber SPIE, USA
Robust chiral zirconium alkoxide initiators for the room-temperature stereoselective ring-opening polymerisation of rac-lactide PubMed
Palladium-Catalyzed alpha-Arylation of Oxindoles PubMed
Steel cladding painted with solar cells set to generate more green electricity than wind farms AZoBuild
University of Bath - Grant awarded for cancer study Times Higher Education Supplement
Taste of charity Bath Chronicle
Leukocyte tyrosine kinase functions in pigment cell development PubMed
Activation energies for the formation and evaporation of vacancy clusters in silicon PubMed

6 March 2008
Green - Bath move saved career Bath Chronicle
Students juggle community commitments Bath Chronicle
Learning more about Islam Bath Chronicle
Top award for university volunteers Bath Chronicle
Glenn Hoddle's mullet New Statesman
Catherine Sanderson: The blog, the Frog and la Petite Anglaise Telegraph.co.uk
Sociology Lecture Hamilton College News, USA
Colourful idea sparks renewable electricity from paint innovations report, Germany
Paint job could do work of 50 wind farms News Wales
Assembly Series to tackle pulsars, poetry Washington University Record, USA
Antares Pharma Adds New VP Trading Markets, USA
Painting solar cells onto steel building products AZoOptics.com, Australia
Spray-on solar cells being developed ic Wales
Colourful idea sparks renewable electricity from paint Science Daily
RepRap: An open source 3D printer for the masses PC World Magazine, Australia
Eco friendly solar cells to be painted onto steel cladding AZoNano.com, Australia
Steel cladding painted with solar cells AZoBuild, Australia
Measuring shared decision making in the consultation: a comparison of the OPTION and Informed Decision Making instruments PubMed
Learning more about Islam This is Bath
Crystal clear People Managment Magazine
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Citybizlist
Støtte på jobben Konsulentguiden, Norway
Higher education funding 2008-09 BBC News Educational Edition
Read it, like it, list it, share it Times Higher Education
Antares Pharma Adds New VP TMCnet

5 March 2008
RepRap: An open-source 3D printer for the masses Webwereld, Netherlands
Männer: Depressionen durch zu wenig Testosteron e+dizin, Germany
Lower-limb mechanics during the support phase of maximum-velocity sprint running PubMed
Nobel biocare strengthens executive management Trading Markets
RepRap: An open source 3D printer for the masses PC World, Australia
文献引用的可控与不可控 中国科技信息, China

4 March 2008
‘University challenge’ for 20 new campuses Times Online
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Centre Daily Times, USA
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President FOXBusiness
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President PharmaLive.com
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Genetic Engineering News, USA
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Trading Markets, USA
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President StreetInsider.com, USA
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Earthtimes
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President PR-Inside.com, Austria
Antares Pharma appoints Kaushik J. Dave, PhD, R.Ph., MBA. as Vice President Business Wire, USA
Nobel Biocare strengthens executive management StreetInsider.com, USA
Nobel Biocare strengthens executive management Trading Markets, USA
Nobel Biocare strengthens executive management Primenewswire, USA
RepRap: An open-source 3D printer for the masses The Industry Standard, USA
RepRap: An open source 3D printer for the masses Computerworld Australia, Australia
Student becomes a daredevil for charity BirminghamMail.net
SQS Group Limited: Quality for customers, Quality for employees; SQS Group Limited overhauls payroll and HR with support from MidlandHR Calibre Macro World
Herzkranke bewegen sich zu wenig e+dizin, Germany
CIO - RepRap: An open source 3D printer for the masses CIO, Australia
Pharmaceutical Forecasting Excellence 2008 Pharmalicensing
Differential activation of PKCdelta in the substantia nigra of rats following striatal or nigral 6-hydroxydopamine lesions PubMed
Finding out about Islam Western Daily Press

3 March 2008
Acne anxiety extends to the sports field Medical News Today
Young entrepreneurs win yoghurt funding Bath Chronicle

2 March 2008
Pair win £5000 yoghurt funding BBC News
Erythropoietin mediates hepcidin expression in hepatocytes through EPOR signalling and regulation of C/EBP Blood

1 March 2008
Interview: Line engaged HR Magazine
Ex-self-harmer sets up help group ic Wales
Confessions of a blog star: The life and loves of an Englishwoman Daily Mail
The proliferating field of neural crest stem cells PubMed
Transdifferentiation in developmental biology, disease, and in therapy PubMed
The chemistry of copper binding to PrP: is there sufficient evidence to elucidate a role for copper in protein function? PubMed

February 2008

29 February 2008
Savills celebrates 20 years in Bath Easier
Primary school quality questioned BBC News
Too much testing has hit school standards, warns primary inquiry This is London
Too much testing has hit school standards, warns primary inquiry Daily Mail
Failed! Political interference is damaging children's education Independent
America, Europe and the management of danger Economist
Bring on the testing times The Herald
Primary schools 'have got worse' BBC News
Dermatopharmacokinetics of betamethasone 17-valerate: influence of formulation viscosity and skin surface cleaning procedure PubMed

28 February 2008
The gig guide Wiltshire Times
Experimental music produces amazing and original sounds Wiltshire Times
Eye-opening lesson as pupils check pollution Bath Chronicle
Write ideas Bath Chronicle
Launch of forum for city culture Bath Chronicle
Learn more about Islam Bath Chronicle
A web of intrigue Bath Chronicle
On course for success Bath Chronicle
Students make time to help young and old Bath Chronicle
Levolux ends cold bridging and noise vibrations Building Talk
Econometric modelling: A likelihood approach and introduction to econometrics Times Higher Education
Going over the top for rag week Bath Chronicle
Acne anxiety puts sufferers off sports Bath Chronicle
Angst vor Schlangen im Menschen angelegt e+dizin, Germany
Data on dementia quality of care published by researchers at University of Bath, World Health Organization Calibre Macro World
450,000 lift for university's cancer study Bath Chronicle
Ganzheitliche Medizin zunehmend gefragt e+dizin, Germany

27 February 2008
Help your business grow This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Scientists win grant for cancer research Therapeutics Daily, USA
Acne anxiety extends to the sports field NHS Choices
Help your business grow Gazette & Herald
'Acne sufferers take less exercise' Irish Health
Dedication service for new ambulance This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Dedication service for new ambulance Wiltshire Times
Help your business grow Calne Gazette & Herald
New process speeds hollow-core optical fiber production Telecom Direct
Akne-Patienten vermeiden oft Sport Yahoo! Nachrichten, Germany

26 February 2008
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise NBC 4.com, USA
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Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise NBC 10.com, USA
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise innovations report, Germany
Volunteers sought for tennis tournament Gazette & Herald
Study finds acne a risk to health Nursing in Practice
Volunteers sought for tennis tournament This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise KCCI.com, USA
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise WAPT, USA
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise NBC5.com, USA
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Acne keeps people from exercise, study says NewsNet5.com, USA
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Funding award helps scientists target cancer progression HULIQ, USA
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise HULIQ, USA
Acne keeps people from exercise, study says INDYchannel.com, USA
Acne sufferers less likely to participate in sport or exercise News-Medical.net, Australia
Adults anxious over acne avoid exercise RedOrbit, USA
Scientists win grant for cancer research Bath Chronicle
Adults anxious over acne avoid exercise United Press International 
Acne keeps people from exercise, study says KOCO, USA
Acne keeps people from exercise, study says KTVU.com, USA
Acne keeps people from exercise, study says WNBC, USA
Acne keeps people from exercise, study says KGTV, USA

女生讲述:成功不只一条路 我为何放弃牛津 (Chinese applicants) 新华网湖北频道, China
留学英国大学篇推荐院校 (University reputation) 中青在线, China
Touch of glass The Engineer Online
The Evolution of Combinatorial Gene Regulation in Fungi PLOS Journal
With Levolux, it's curtains for cold bridging and noise vibrations WNIB Online
Adults anxious over acne avoid exercise UPI
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise, says research Bright Surf
No rational person could come to any other conclusion The United Kingdom Parliament
Akne-Patienten zu Sport ermutigen Aerztliche Praxis, Germany
Lubrication and friction prediction in metal-on-metal hip implants NCBI

25 February 2008
'Acne stops people exercising' say researchers Bath Chronicle
Harriet Campesinos! icWales
Let's talk rubbish - beach clean organised Weston & Somerset Mercury
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise Science Centric, Bulgaria
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise Science Daily
Acne sufferers 'shun exercise' Channel 4 News
Acne sufferers 'shun exercise' The Press Association
Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise PhysOrg.com, USA
Acne 'discourages exercise' Scotsman
2008英国大学建筑学专业最新排名 (Architecture) 中青在线, China
Global sundhed Ugeskrift for Læger, Netherlands
Students' business competition challenge This is Plymouth
Long wavelength radiation research could lead to security sensor breakthrough Pro Security Zone

23 February 2008
From Paris with love York Press
Intramolecular cation-pi interactions control the conformation of nonrestricted (phenylalkyl)pyridines NCBI

22 February 2008
£54000 ambulance unveiled This is Wiltshire.co.uk
£54000 ambulance unveiled Wiltshire Times

21 February 2008
Investors stump up £2m for genetics firm Bath Chronicle
Investors stump up £2m for genetics firm This is Bath
Music to suit all tastes Wiltshire Times
The gig guide Wiltshire Times
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen Earthtimes
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen StreetInsider.com, USA
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen CNNMoney.com
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen PR Newswire, USA
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen SunHerald.com, USA
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen PharmaLive.com, USA
A thank you from Brazil McGill Reporter, Canada
Almanacs brought health care and astrology to the masses Bath Chronicle
Places to go Bath Chronicle
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen MSN Money
Music to suit all tastes Calne Gazette & Herald
Business divisions Times Higher Education
Rush hill reunion Bath Chronicle
The Maybach Journal: Has added Human Genome Sciences Inc. to their watch list Calibre Macro World
Human Genome Sciences Appoints Maxine Gowen Human Genome Sciences, USA
Research findings from University of Bath, Department of Chemistry update understanding of life sciences Calibre Macro World
Human Genome Sciences appoints Maxine Gowen Red Orbit
Grant winners Times Higher Education

20 February 2008
Post Doctoral research scientist Nature.com
Reinventing guess what Forbes, USA
WPI announces faculty promotions and tenure awards WPI News
Electronic Stability Control is a beneficial feature for towing vehicles vcars

19 February 2008
英国传统高校受国内外高校挑战 (University reputation) 科学网, China
Mum's tribute to fun-loving Robert Dorset Echo
Supplier goes into receivership QS Week
Canoodle casserole The Mercury, South Africa
Initiating biodegradable polymers bioplastics24.com, Germany
Since Soviet collapse the number of Russian women smokers has doubled
Medical News Today
Mum's tribute to fun-loving Robert Bournemouth Daily Echo

18 February 2008
Initiating biodegradable polymers Chemistry World
Earn while you learn Technology Horizons

16 February 2008
Students learn about robotics Gazette & Herald
Students learn about robotics This is Wiltshire.co.uk

15 February 2008
Battle goes on over Coate Swindon Advertiser

14 February 2008
Sports break up students' party Bath Chronicle
“Hollow core” technology could speed up broadband Broadband Genie
Appointed to the board Bath Chronicle
Scientists' trojan horse targets prostate cancer Bath Chronicle
Students flock to take up University Challenge Bath Chronicle
Conservation trust determined to fight development Gazette & Herald
Conservation trust determined to fight development This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Shop award for Fairtrade Bath Chronicle
The Student's companion to social policy Business Wire, USA
The Student's companion to social policy PR-Inside.com, Austria
Prof. Andrew Pettigrew The FINANCIAL, USA
The Student's companion to social policy Centre Daily Times, USA
Molecular Dx firm Atlas Genetics Lands $4.1M in VC Funds GenomeWeb News. USA
Fledgling filtration firm look for footholds in US nebusiness.co.uk
Magician off to Vegas to learn tricks of trade Bath Chronicle
Happy days: Why PhD students need a helping hand from their supervisors The Independent
The Student's companion to social policy Individual.com
Chester and Bath - Mortuary degrees launched Times Higher Education
Battle goes on over Coate Swindon Advertiser
Altea Therapeutics appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its scientific advisory board DiGiTAL50

13 February 2008
Altea Therapeutics appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board PharmaLive.com, USA
Canadian oilfield exploits new extraction system Oil & Gas Engineer Magazine
Altea Therapeutics appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board Earthtimes
Altea Therapeutics appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board Business Wire, USA
Altea Therapeutics appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board StreetInsider.com, USA
Hollow core fibre could shine a light on faster broadband ComputerWeekly.com
Chippenham woman tells of inspiration for Race for Life Gazette & Herald
Chippenham woman tells of inspiration for Race for Life This is Wiltshire.co.uk
We'll fight plans to build on Coate land This is Wiltshire.co.uk
We'll fight plans to build on Coate land Swindon Advertiser
Altea Therapeutics Appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board PR-Inside.com, Austria
Green wife Spectator.co.uk
Atlas genetics gets funded Private Equity Hub
Altea Therapeutics Appoints Dr. Richard H. Guy to its Scientific Advisory Board Forbes.com
g -Jitter induced free convection near a stagnation point Springerlink

12 February 2008
2 views on response source Response Source
Hazard tracker The Engineer
‘You get some cheesy requests’ ic Wales
Call the main Guardian and Observer switchboard Guardian Unlimited
Study Group UK opens world’s largest education facility exclusively for international students Response Source

11 February 2008
Tanzania: For Lowassa, anti-climax to a long career AllAfrica.com, USA

10 February 2008
For Lowassa, anti-climax to a long career Daily Nation, Kenya
Lights, camera, action! Brean Down becomes a TV set for BBC drama Burnham-On-Sea

9 February 2008
英国的奖学金申请 (Scholarships) 华龙网, China
Career counseling fills in what some schools leave out Daily Times, Pakistan

8 February 2008
Die besten europäischen MBA-Schulen Financial Times, Germany

7 February 2008
'T-rays' may lead to new security sensors The Money Times, India
The Gig Guide Wiltshire Times
'T-ray' signals for developing next generation security sensors The Cheers, Estonia
'T-rays' may help terror fight Bath Chronicle
Dancing aloud Bath Chronicle
Grant for bird study Bath Chronicle
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Calibre Macro World
How to save a billion lives Economist
Blues fest booking opens Wiltshire Times
Europe’s biggest student event Racecar
Listening skills for supporting colleagues Times Higher Education
New treatment technology for tritium waste EU-Recycling

6 February 2008
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors EurekAlert, USA
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors HULIQ, USA
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors PhysOrg.com, USA
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors Science Daily
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors Nanowerk LLC, USA
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors RxPG NEWS
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors Nanotechwire.com, USA
US expat casts ballot from UK, wonders if anyone got it Register
T-Rays set to be backbone of new generation security sensors AZoNano.com, Australia
‘T-ray’ signals for developing next generation security sensors Thaindian.com, Thailand
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market Business Wire, USA
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market StreetInsider.com, USA
'T-ray' breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors innovations report, Germany
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market News & Observer, USA
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market PR-Inside.com, Austria
'T-ray' signals for developing next generation security sensors TopNews, India
Next generation of security sensors possible using 'T-Ray' breakthrough Medical News Today
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market PharmaLive.com, USA
Key challenges and issues facing the world dermatological market : analysis & forecasts 2007-2022 PCQuote
T-ray breakthrough signals next generation of security sensors SpaceDaily
'T-rays' may lead to new security sensors United Press International 
'T-rays' may lead to new security sensors Earthtimes
Solar cells in the spotlight Electronics Weekly
'T-rays' may lead to new security sensors TMCnet

5 February 2008
【英国】十大名校评选 牛津再度夺冠 (Ranking) 新民晚报, China
T-rays to boost security New Electronics
New sensors possible using nano directed sub mm rays Eureka
New sensors to use nano directed sub mm rays Eureka

4 February 2008
T-Rays, security sensors Technology News Daily, USA
A new type of radiation could be used to detect poisons and explosives Azom.com
It's a printer Jim, but not as we know it Independent
'Materials and skills for historic building conservation' provides essential information on the properties of the principal traditional external building materials PCQuote
Method adapted from bat echo-location is tested for inspecting composite aircraft Airframer - The Journal of Aircraft Manufacturing
Next Generation Security Sensors AZoOptics.com, Australia

3 February 2008
T-rays can revolutionise security sensing and scanning Science Centric, Bulgaria
Artistic talents add perspective ic Wales

2 February 2008
苏联解体后俄罗斯女性烟民数量翻番 (Russian women) 中国食品产业网, China
U.K. expert hails Pariraksha project The Hindu, India
Rewards of being a teacher This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Rewards of being a teacher Swindon Advertiser

1 February 2008
Le donne russe e il fumo Tifeoweb, Spain
Ronnie's Rocket Manchester Evening News
g -Jitter induced free convection near a stagnation point Springerlink, Germany
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse Media Newswire, USA
Reactions - Tony James The Sceptical Chymist

January 2008

31 January
Report calls for HEFCE to be the catalyst and facilitator for sustainable development Gov - Higher Education Funding Council
Kingsdown pupils have a capital time This is Wiltshire.co.uk
Blues, acoustic or techno? Wiltshire Times
Blues, acoustic or techno? Calne Gazette & Herald
Russlands Frauen rauchen Gesellschaft Wechselwirkung, Germany
The Neuromarketers Medagadget.com
New research radar allows study of impact of climate change Times Higher Education
Tunicate classification Scientist
Event highlights green strategy Peterborough Evening Telegraph
Kingsdown pupils have a capital time Swindon Advertiser
Number of smoking Russian women doubles after Soviet decline MedIndia, India
University talks on host of subjects Bath Chronicle
Upstairs, downstairs Bath Chronicle

30 January 2008
Fumo: Russia, dopo crollo Urss raddoppiate donne col vizio Adnkronos/IGN, Italy
Green youth group wins £7k Wiltshire Times
Top marks for former Chard student Chard & Ilminster News
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse Science Daily
Russian women smokers have doubled Earthtime
Russian women smokers have doubled United Press International
Optos chairman lifts stake after bullish update ShareCast
The Neuromarketers Medgadget.com, USA
CIO profile: Claire Hamon ComputerWeekly.com
Green youth group wins £7k Calne Gazette & Herald
Five-day wonder Automotive Focus

29 January 2008
Bäcklund Transforms of Willmore Surfaces SpringerLink
Since Soviet collapse the number of Russian women smokers has doubled Medical News Today
I don't wanna go The Age
Russian women smokers have doubled United Press International, USA
Optos chairman lifts stake after bullish update ShareCast
Top marks for former Chard student Falmouth Packet
Top marks for former Chard student Chard & Ilminster News
Russian women smokers have doubled Earthtimes

28 January 2008
Chinese ambassador to US to speak in Indianapolis on Feb. 22 Indiana University, USA
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse Science Centric, Bulgaria
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse HULIQ, USA
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse PhysOrg.com, USA
Number of Russian women smokers has doubled since Soviet collapse Biology News Net, Canada
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Medical Design Online, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Photonics Online, USA
Discovery Cuts Cost Of Next Generation Optical Fibers Fiber Optics Online, USA

27 January 2008
Female smokers 'double in Russia' BBC News
Chinese FM To Visit Brunei Bru Direct, Brunei
Smoking rates double among Russian women The Cheers, Estonia
Smoking rates double among Russian women Thaindian.com, Thailand
Female smokers 'double in Russia' Azeri Press Agency, Azerbaijan
Smoking rates double among Russian women DailyIndia.com, USA
Female smokers 'double in Russia' TamilStar.com, Sri Lanka

26 January 2008
Female smokers 'double in Russia' TREND Information, Azerbaijan
Female smokers 'double in Russia' Trend News Agency, Azerbaijan

25 January 2008
New process boosts fiber production Optics.org
I don't wanna go Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
I don't wanna go The Age - Life & Style
Catholic student invents pedal-powered smoothie-maker Independent Catholic News
Pickering puts fitness on the line in Glasgow Times
I don't wanna go Brisbane Times, Australia

24 January 2008
Can the Tories save our precious greenbelt? Bath Chronicle
Accountants step up to the challenge Bath Chronicle, UK
I don't wanna go Sydney Morning Herald, Australia

23 January 2008
Former student's a hit - in Uruguay Lancashire Telegraph
Bath researchers simplify optical fibre manufacturing Electronics Weekly
Huge crystal baffles chemists Nature News
15 billion dollar initiative proposed by Abu Dhabi Red Orbit
Electronic Design Update Electronic Design

22 January 2008
Abu Dhabi to develop clean energy technologies using hydrogen DailyIndia.com, USA
Abu Dhabi to develop clean energy technologies using hydrogen The Cheers, Estonia
Abu Dhabi to develop clean energy technologies using hydrogen Thaindian.com, Thailand
Abu Dhabi plots hydrogen future BBC News
Anti-drinking campaign ads may backfire About.com, USA
Next-gen optical fibres could yield cheaper, faster tech iT News, Australia
Abu Dhabi to develop clean energy technologies using hydrogen Yahoo!, India
Abu Dhabi to develop clean energy technologies using hydrogen TopNews.in

21 January 2008
Anti-drinking campaign ads may backfire About - News & Issues, USA
Clever & Carver’s tilt cars EcoWorld.com, USA
Next-gen optical fibres could yield cheaper, faster tech iT News, Australia
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Science Daily, USA
In Gran Bretagna si progetta il fotovoltaico sostenibile AmbientEnergia.info, Italy

20 January 2008
Team is up for the crack Bath Chronicle

19 January 2008
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Nanotechwire.com, USA
The student who sold sex to learn Times

18 January 2008
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Nanowerk
Hollow-core optical fibres production technology News Daily
University of Bath discovery cuts cost of hollow-core optical fibers Laser Focus World
Bath hollow out fibres The Engineer
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres Yahoo! India
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres The Cheers, Estonia
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres Thaindian.com, Thailand
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres DailyIndia.com, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres HULIQ, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres innovations report, Germany
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres Newindpress, India
Clever & Carver’s tilt cars EcoWorld.com, USA
Discovery could lead to faster, cheaper optical fibres AndhraNews.net, India

17 January 2008
University axes adult courses as enrolment numbers fall sharply Bath Chronicle
Name change as charity moves to new £2m centre of excellence Bath Chronicle
Universities: Little accord on Cyprus New Anatolian, Turkey
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Science Daily, USA
Gran Bretagna: fotovoltaico a film sottile economico e sostenibile Rinnovabili, Italy
Photonics breakthrough promises faster fiber Telecom Direct
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Physorg
Team advances hollow-core optical fibers Electronic Design
MyQB Spielspaß mit Lernerfolg openPR.de, Germany
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Cellular News
Cash, sex and sauce Bath Chronicle
Hollow core fibre production speeded New Electronics
Drive to encourage graduates to stay in city Bath Chronicle
Two-day fast for charity Bath Chronicle
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Science Centric, Bulgaria
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Cellular-News
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Nanowerk LLC, USA
Hollow core fibre production speeded New Electronics
Hollow-core optical fibres production Technology News Daily, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers PhysOrg.com, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers Science Daily
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres HPCwire, USA
University of Bath discovery cuts cost of hollow-core optical fibers Laser Focus World Magazine, USA
Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibres Nanotechnology News

16 January 2008
Union news South West January 2008 Trades Union Congress
Do the sums Guardian
Il fotovoltaico sostenibile si progetta in Gran Bretagna Greenreport, Italy

15 January 2008
Metrology & Automation Engineer for Aerospace Assembly Telegraph
Vote for your MK pioneer or hero Milton Keynes Citizen

14 January 2008
The case against traffic lights BBC
Cool solution for sensitive biomolecules Chemistry World
Room at the top at six UK schools Financial Times

13 January 2008
Jamie’s fowl play ic Wales
Jamie's playing chicken ic Wales

11 January 2008
MPs demand better broadband ComputerWeekly.com
上游技术不断创新深挖油气潜力 中国石油新闻中心, China

10 January 2008
Arthritis aid Bath Chronicle
Trudeau welcomes new director, state funding Adirondack Daily Enterprise, USA
Diverse options Bath Chronicle
Vote for your MK Pioneer or Hero Milton Keynes Citizen
Spot the robots Bath Chronicle
New funds for dementia researchers Bath Chronicle
Secrecy concern voiced over the 'town and gown' partnership Bath Chronicle
Award for uni Bath Chronicle
Green belt has already been violated Bath Chronicle
Bath needs to take environmental advice Bath Chronicle
'Bendy' buses can't bend past each other Bath Chronicle
Drugs firm aids Royal Marden's recovery after devastating blaze Bath Chronicle

9 January 2008
Kansas State University: Chinese Ambassador's Landon lecture at K-State rescheduled for Feb. 11 Calibre Macro World
Kansas State University: Chinese Ambassador's Landon lecture at K-state rescheduled for Feb. 11 Macro World Investor, USA

8 January 2008
Leaf extraction The Engineer
Leaf extraction Technology Horizons
Schlankheitspillen ohne große Wirkung Neues Deutschland, Germany

7 January 2008
Mainstream schools failing special needs pupils Telegraph
Uni research boost Bath Chronicle
High levels of recycled material use in award winning office could become commercially viable model Recycling & Waste Management
Leeds spin-out gets 6M for photodynamic technology Science Business
Bath researchers seek answers to dementia Alzheimer's Research Trust
Déjà vu all over again gair rhydd
Web-based Trent to put personnel impact at the heart of GBP1bn Rochdale regeneration Calibre Macro World
Web-based Trent to put personnel impact at the heart of GBP1bn Rochdale regeneration M2

6 January 2008
Women with long ring fingers could be at greater arthritis risk The News - International, Pakistan
埃弗·鲍威尔 足球教头“活化石” 东方体育日报, China
家中老小成就斐然 东方体育日报, China
英七级联赛助教缘何被封爵 弗格森竟只是他晚辈 网易, China

5 January 2007
刘碧伟总领事在美东华人社团联合总会欢迎周大使夫妇晚宴 中国驻纽约总领事馆, China
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

4 January 2008
Academics shine in New Year's honours Times Higher Education Supplement
High-tech design show presents novel gadgets CCTV, China
汉语、环境以及文化传媒在英国哪个大学比较好? 中国侨网 , China
Firm in dash to help fire-hit hospital Bath Chronicle
华威大学校长戴维·范得莱德教授演讲摘要 中国科大新闻网, China
Mainstream schools failing special needs pupils Telegraph

3 January 2008
So far, so good at university Bath Chronicle
Breakthrough cancer drug developed by Bath scientists Bath Chronicle
People from all walks of life honoured by the Queen Bath Chronicle
Join the relay race with a difference Bath Chronicle
Brother's meningitis ordeal inspires runner Bath Chronicle
Green belt at Claverton Bath Chronicle
Courses available at University of Bath Swindon Advertiser
Women with long ring fingers could be at greater arthritis risk Daily Mail
Trail of the whale The Environmental Magazine, USA
Scarlett's new blockbuster to showcase the Bath area Bath Chronicle
Prize funds will make difference Bath Chronicle

2 January 2008
Teacher quoted by NYT Gulf Times, Qatar
Rowers on course to beat transatlantic record Central Somerset Gazette
UK - YFM provides Mirifice with further 410,000 Private Equity Europe
Trail of the Whale E/The Environmental Magazine, USA

1 January 2008
If it’s good enough for parents … Journal Live
g-Jitter induced free convection near a stagnation point Springerlink
Use of beauty creams linked to state of mind, finds study Peninsula On-line, Qatar

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