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Bath in the Media

December 2010
22 December
Depression And Chronic Pain Cause Disability In Women, Bio-Medicine
Straight men comfortable kissing each other Times of India
Children in Welsh schools should learn to cook in canteens says report, Daily Post

21 December
Universities face six per cent cuts in funding, Thisisbath
DEATH AND DISPOSAL: 'Professor of death' says it's going green, too, GrandForksHerald.com

20 December
Alexandre Korber, Daily Motion
The sweetness of bio-degradable plastics, Terra Daily
Resultats d'un sontage mondial, CNW
Dispelling the 'Law of Wiechers' and Maximizing Actives Delivery, Cosmetics and Toiletries
Midge given the third degree for his charity work, Bath Chronicle
Student Zac's big day with Kelly Holmes, Bath Chronicle
Professor takes a bow as student's triumph, Bath Chronicle
Des scientifiques israéliens trouvent une solution alternative pouréliminer les déchets plastiques, People's Daily
Israeli scientist finds sweet solution to plastic waste, People's Daily
Traditions make way as death goes green, Pioneer
Puteri Indonesia Dazzles At Mustika Ratu Launch, BruDirect.com
Science day success at westfield, Thisisthewestcountry.co.uk
Amy Williams, why she made the headlines in 2010, Guardian
BBC Sports personality of the year, Daily Mail

17 December
Student Scott happy to be learning on and off the field, Bath Chronicle
Somerset's Fran Wilson confident of Ashes success, BBC

16 December
Daily bath 'raises baby's eczema risk', Nurseryworld.co.uk
Williams vows "I'm not done yet" as she pledges return in January, Insidethegames.biz
Female finance professionals six times less likely than men to make it to the top, World PR wire
Giving cause for hope, Times Higher Education
Scientist finds sweet solution to plastic waste, Xinhuanet.com

15 December
Amy Williams, the forgotten golden girl, slides back into public's affection, The Telegraph
Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950s pandemic, study suggests, Bio-Medicine.org
Live Aid star, Midge Ure receives honorary degree from Bath, Suite101.com
Berlusconi Seeks to Woo Allies, Avoid New Challenge
, Businessweek.com
The sweetness of biodegradable plastics, Scienceblog.com
University of Bath will build energy efficient "Balehaus", Electric.co.uk
Scientists discover rare 'gene-for-gene' interaction that helps bacteria kill their host, Bio-Medicine.org

14 December
Singer Midge Ure to receive honorary degree in Bath, BBC
TSB-funded research project to tackle GPS jamming
, The engineer.co.uk
DWP publish findings
, Hc2d.co.uk
BIME seeks specailist distributors for its Bike, Bikebiz.com

13 December 2010
Derby collector raises just under £10,000 for breast cancer charity, Cisionwire.com
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2010 - Amy Williams, Femalefirst.co.uk
Diana-style funerals have no place in the church, Wimbledon Guardian
The perils of joining the gulf rush, Times Higher Education
I want my kids to rebel, The Guardian
STAWAR: Finding that perfect gift
, Newsandtribune.com
Mobility charity looks for cyclists to ride for them, Road.cc
3d- printers will become consumer
, DailyComm.ru

10 December 2010
Honorary degrees for musician and author, Bath Chronicle
I will have to break a pledge, admits Bath MP Don Foster, Bath Chronicle
Breakthrough catalyst bids to heighten PLA performance, Food production daily.com
How long to hold stretches?, Livestrong.com
Don Foster votes with Government as tuition fees rise is approved, Bath Chronicle
Working with Universities, Insidermedia.com
The University of Bath pioneers new printing technology, Minutemanpress.co.uk

9 December 2010
How bright is your beam? Shedding some light on Lumens, Road .cc
Hundreds of students protest across city over tuition fees rise, Bath Chronicle
Campus round up, Times Higher Education
Waiting for a replacement part for your domestic appliance? Print your own, Physorg.com
Breakthrough catalyst bids to heighten PLA performance, AP Food Technology.com
Honorary degrees for musician and author, Bath Chronicle
Don Foster: My decision will be based on judging what is right for Bath and the country, Bath Chronicle

8 December 2010
Training university administrators: should management schools do it?, The Hindu
Students in Bath stage sit-in protests against rise in university tuition fees, Bath Chronicle
Totally Trivial: Solar setback, Totaltele.com

7 December 2010
Singer Midge Ure to receive honorary degree from University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Immigration minister infuriates FE college leaders, Guardian
Government should study quality of life rather than happiness says expert, Health Canal.com
This week in the garden, BBC
Vinculo de acné severo y riesgo de suicidio, Ecudaor Terra.com
Six things your fingers say about you, The Week
More student protests add to pressure on coalition over tuition fees, Guardian
Pentathlon Feature: Samantha Murray - London Calling, Sports Features.com
Government should study quality of life rather than happiness says expert, Professor Suzanne Skevington, Heart FM

6 December
Students meet Bath MP over planned tuition fee rise, BBC
Marc McCarroll: 'I've started a chain reaction. Everyone's going crazy about turning things off', Guardian
Birmingham's cafe society finding the perfect blend, Birmingham Post
Protest outside MP Don Foster's office over tuition fees, Bath Chronicle

3 December
Team's victory is a piece of cake, Bath Chronicle
Proud Amy picks up another medal, Bath Chronicle
Cinema conversion wins award
, Bath Chronicle
New figures released on Aids sufferers, Bath Chronicle
英學生創業賽 杯杯蛋糕樂稱王, Yahoo News Taiwan
Student's found out how to guarantee a white Christmas, Bath Chronicle
Why Miss Bath competition is now attracting star students, Bath Chronicle
Bath Rugby appoints city architects, SouthWest Business
Palec wskazujący sukces i chorobę, Rzeczpospolita
Police warning over tuition fees protests, Bath Chronicle

2 December 2010
Liberal Democrat Don Foster on party struggle over tuition fees, BBC

1 December 2010
New device can make clothes serve as TV screens, The Independent
Q&A with the Chronicler of Homophobia's Disappearance, Yahoo News
Cranfield Research Finds Many Sales Behaviours are Ineffective, Melodika.net
Uni students urged by rugby boss to drink safely, Bath Chronicle
3D printing offers ability to print physical objects, Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

November 2010

30 November 2010
Cranfield Research Finds Many Sales Behaviours are Ineffective, Website Gear
Q&A with the Chronicler of Homophobia's Disappearance, Live Science
AC versus DC: Bath researchers start trial, Building for Change
Burning desire: The Ultra Boost project, The Engineer
Britain tallies escalating costs of occupational asthma in new study, Los Angeles Times

29 November 2010
Sportsister cover girl, Amy Williams, awarded MBE, Sportsister
RIBA architecture student awards, Building.co.uk
Hounslow care leavers win big at glittering awards ceremony, Hounslow
LVMC '10, Quality Manufacturing Today
Un bon informaticien se reconnait a son annulaire, Numerama
Student protests: video shows mounted police charging crowd, The Guardian
1994 Group lead the way in philanthropic fund-raising, MediLexicon News
General physics buys Bath Consultancy Group, TheBusinessDesk.com
Amy Williams presented with MBE in palace ceremony, thisisbath
USB DAQ devices ensure optical fibre integrity, dpa
Bath's golden girl presented with MBE, Sportfocus
Teenager goes "Out" to "o "Stuff" report claims, NewsBiscuit
Britain tallies escalating costs of occupational asthma in new study, Los Angeles Times

26 November 2010
Noise is biggest moan on town-gown complaints line,thisisbath
Gold medallist Amy Williams delighted to receive MBE, BBC Sport
Support for all needs of the over-60s, thisisbath
3D printing offers ability to print physical objects, BBC News
Tribal chief's daughter overcomes barriers to inspire others, thisisbath

25 November 2010
Special attention: The rising demand for Masters in management courses, The Indepedent
Sixth formers mount city centre protest over tuition fees, thisisbath
Arrests conceal deeper malaise, Sowetan

24 November
ANALYSIS-Mafia ties grow in north Italy despite arrests, FOREXPROS.com
British-Israeli researchers to improve biodegradable plastic, Plastics & Rubber Weekly
Female professionals six times less likely to make it to top, Univarta.com
Analysis - Mafia ties grow in north Italy despite arrests, Reuters UK
Bath Consultancy bought by General Physics, Insider Media Ltd
Building business school success through sustainability, R&D magazine
An icy Antarctic Christmas for Joe, Isle of Man Today
Arrests conceal deeper malaise, Sowetan

23 November
What UK universities can do to win million-pound donations, Guardian
Scientist at the University of Bath set to be first Manxman to visit South Pole, Gradcracker
Turn apps into cash, PR USA.net

22 November
Making tougher biodegradable plastics from plants, Gizmag
English Israeli team to harden biodegradable plastic, The Engineer
Discontents of the imperial workplace, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Turn apps into cash, SymbianOne
Scientists to develop tougher plastics from plants, Infohightech
Plastics from plants, Laboratory Journal
Building business school success through sustainability, Eurograduate
University DC network could save money and energy, The Engineer
A cada deporte una contextura, Rendirse Jamas
New assisted living technology network targets £1.5billion, South West Business

19 November
The canon: The dying process, Times Higher Education
Scientists to develop tougher plastics from plants, Science Daily
La mafia s'étend dans le nord de l'Italie, malgré des revers, Yahoo News
GB Strategies acquire Bath consultancy group, Citybizlist
GB Straegies buys UK's Bath consultancy, Baltimore Business Journal
Trevena CEO, Maxine Gowen, Ph.D., Named “Best Executive”, Pharmalive.com
GP Strategies, Scottrade
Trevena CEO, Maxine Gowen, Ph.D., Named "Best Executive", TMC News
Trevena CEO, Maxine Gowen, Ph.D., Named "Best Executive", My CFO
Trevena CEO, Maxine Gowen, Ph.D., Named "Best Executive", Scottrade
Trevena CEO, Maxine Gowen, Ph.D., Named "Best Executive", Earth Times
New network set up to help assisted living products to the market, Science Business
Students to sleep out for homeless, Bath Chronicle
Camera that's built to take on the world, SouthWestBusiness
Uni teams show off selling techniques in shop battle, SouthWestBusiness
Ship building challenges, Bath Chronicle
Miss Bristol will support chaity event, Bristol Evening Post
Improving Properties of Plastics Derived from Plants fo Increase Commercial Applications, AzoCleantech
New assisted living technology network targets £1.5billion UK market, BigNews.Biz
Turn apps into cash - openMIC takes the mobile developers' barcamp to Oxford, IT Analysis
University DC network could save money and energy, The Engineer
Little guarantee of rewarding work for graduates, BusinessDay
GP Startegies Corp buys UK Consultancy, Baltimore Sun
GP Strategies acquires Bath consultancy group, Market Watch

18 November
Amba student of the year: A commitment to change, The Independent
Turn apps into cash with openMIC , Digital Producer Magazine
Study Probes Links Of Anxiety, Pain And Social Function In Adolescents, Medilexicon
New assisted living technology network targets £1.5billion UK market, TMCNet.com
Carbon reduction company Sustain expands team, Insider Media Limited
Top gun, Financial Mail
Appointments, THE
Students organise to stop fascists in Oxford, Socialist worker

17 November
Is Shielding Lotion a Safer Eczema Treatment than Aqueous Cream? PR Web
Bath to Undertake Groundbreaking Localised DC Electricity Supply Network, AzoCleantech
The University of Bath is researching the costs of AC vs DC power, Green.Blorge
University of Bath trials localised DC power network, Industrial Fuels and Power
The student politicians hoping to use tuition fee anger to influence their MP, Guardian
Groundbreaking energy-saving project to be trialled at the University of Bath, Scientific Computing
Study Probes Links of Anxiety, Pain and Social Function in Adolescents, News Blaze
Verdacht gegen Akne-Präparat entkräftet, Der Standard
Vínculo de acné severo y riesgo de suicidio, Prensa Libre
Vinculo de acné severo y riesgo de suicidio, MDZ
Suizid: Verdacht gegen Akne-Präparat entkräftet, News Cologne
Researchers explore interplay between pain and anxiety, Medical News
Ears Perk Interest As New Biometric Identifier, Threat Post
Ugandan student celebrates winning MBA Student of the Year 2010, Optimist News
The fine art of life, recession and the pursuit of happiness, Yorkshire Post
Turning the laundrette into a tearoom, Tom Marshman, BBC Radio Bristol

16 November
Industrialised North should help populous South, PlanetSave.com
Sir Peter Blake reprises Sargeant Pepper album sleeve for Holburne Museum campaign, Culture 24
Suizid- Verdacht bei Akne- Präparat entkräftet, Vorarlberg Online
Creams used to treat eczema can make it worse, India Vision
Student leaders threaten by-election moves against MPs, Bath Chronicle
Wiltshire college students celebrate graduating, Salisbury Journal

15 November
Victoria del Oviedo y derrotas del Llanes, La Nueva Espana
Severe acne doubles the risk of suicide, 24x7 Updates
What's wrong with liberal identity, Vox Popoli
Study on acne suicide risk fuels debate over drugs, WTAQ.com
Vinculan el acne con el suicidio, El Nuevo dia
Skin treatment during winter, Telegraph.co.uk
Vinculo de acne severo y riesgo de suicidio, Prodigy MSN
People with severe acne run a higher risk of suicide, Calgary Herald
Acne medication promoting suicidal thoughts, All Voices
Severe acne doubles the risk of suicide, the Medguru
People with severe acne face increased suicide risk, MotherNatureNetwork
Combating climate change by helping poorer countries, Physorg.com
Teacher with post-natal depression kills son, Mail on Sunday
Study on scne suicide risk fuels debate over drugs, The Post Chronicle
Quando l'acne che la curano portano alla disperazione, Corrie della Sera
Canadian's with Chron's disease benefit from using medical marajuana, Article Co
Acne drug not found to increase suicide risk, myjoyonline
Study on acne suicide risk fuels debate over drugs, Fox News
Conference report, Quality Manufacturing Today
Acne can double suicide risk, Irish Independent
Study on acne suicide risk fuels debate over drugs, Forex Yard
Study reveals secret to good governance, SecEd
What to wear on a cruise after a mastectomy, Telegraph.co.uk
East Lancashire man creating status cymbals, Lancashire Telegraph
Creams used to treat eczema can make it worse, Sify News
City remembers a great scholar and human, The Times of India
Plans for £300 charge for student activities, Walesonline
High water marks, Cleantech Investor
Workfare and the cost of benefits, The Guardian

12 November
Acne can double suicide risk, The Telegraph
Acne linked to suicide risk, The Guardian
Students compete for £15k, South West Business
Student pressure grows over rising tuition fees, ThisisBath

11 November
3D printing may bring legal challenges, group says, MISAsia
3D Printing May Bring Legal Challenges, Group Says, Yahoo News
Leadership sans frontières, THE
Labour warns of £40m cuts at city universities, ThisisBath

10 November
UK researchers working on petrol powerplant that's 35% more efficient than norm, autobloggreen

9 November
NYCE Networks Announces Appointment of Robert Heath as CEO, TechWhack
Simulating Black Hole Radiation With Lasers, RedOrbit
Lasers Produce the First Hawking Radiation Ever Detected, Science Daily
IP Group PLC - Portfolio Company Xeros Successfully Completes £3.5m Funding Round, BioSpace
UK researchers working on petrol powerplant that's 35% more efficient, Autoblog Green
Female finance professionals 'under-represented in the boardroom', Ashdown Group
Female professionals fighting against glass ceiling in FS sector, Grapevine online
Brazilian students and professors learn about West Country studying, SouthWest Business online

8 November
Education top priority for player welfare, TTKN News
Grants for joint UK-Israel scientific research announced, Scientific Computing
QR codes and academic libraries, College & Research Libraries News
Dr Maxine Gowen, to Speak on "Big Pharma vs Biotech: Innovation in an Era of Change", World News Report
申請英國學校,讀書計畫很重要!Marketing China Times
Mehr Testosteron für die Technophoben!, Telepolis
Clear up ‘managed business space’ confusion, PropertyWeek.com
Golden girl Katrina on international award shortlist, Sport Focus
Norton Rose working together with students from Singapore Management University, Norton Rose

5 November 2010
Successful engagement is about more than PR, Financial Times
Clear up ‘managed business space’ confusion
, Property Week
The Importance of Innovation Timing: The Fickle Consumer, Real Innovation.com
Mehr Testosteron für die Technophoben! Telepolis
St Chris top of the class, Gulf Daily News
Grants for joint scientific research announced, Electric Light & Power
Why Have Online House Sharing Agreement Services Become Popular? eArticles online
Is British reserve 'spoiling' death? BBC News
‘End the taboo’ Rocket News
Kiss that says he's my mate, Bath Chronicle
Brazilian visitors study uni's engineering, Bath Chronicle
New £5.5m students centre open, Bath Chronicle
Meeting the neighbours, Bath Chronicle
Genetics archives, PhysOrg

4 November 2010
British Standard on Collaborative Business Relationships, Checkpoint Learning
Women's Studies Group reunited, Media Newswire
Campaigner was 'a man of many talents', This is Somerset
Why young people drink, Prof Chris Griffin, BBC Radio Wiltshire
US mid-term elections, Brian Neve, BBC Radio Somerset

3 November 2010
Supercharged engine to cut exhaust emissions, The Engineer
Should rugby scrums be banned in schools?, The Guardian

2 November 2010
Rugby and Research: a happy collision, The Guardian
Hunt begins Olympic duties, Yahoo Sport
Cutting fuel usage in new project, Physorg.com
British teen boys just can't stop kissing each other, Defamer
Bath project to develop new engine that reduces fuel consumption by one third, Green Car Congress
Research to cut fuel usage by a third, Dr Chris Brace, BBC Radio Bristol & Heart FM

1 November 2010
Lippy Students, Mirror
More heterosexual men kissing each other in friendship, Times of Malta
Straight men 'more comfortable kissing each other than ever before', Yahoo News India
Trend: mannen kussen vrienden op de mond, Goed Gevoel
Straight men 'comfortable kissing each other', Mid-Day
Straight men 'more comfortable kissing each other than ever before', Indian Express
How men kissing each other on the lips in friendship is 'no longer taboo', Daily Mail
Straight British Men Kiss Each Other, Good Men Project
Blimey! I Kissed a Bloke... And I Liked It! Edge Boston
Nouvelle tendance: des bisous sur la bouche entre amis! 7sur7.be
Mannen kussen vrienden op de mond, Het Laatste Nieuws
UK researchers found majority of straight men have no qualms kissing male friends, Daily Caller
Sport Blamed for Straight British Teenage Boys Admitting to Same Sex Kissing, Spike
Olin College a top producer of Fulbright scholars, Boston.com
One-fifth of world's vertebrate species threatened, Media Newswire
New Students' Union for University of Bath students, BBC News
Emollient Creams May Make Eczema Worse, Skin Inc
Is Eczema Aggravated by Moisturisers? Suite 101
Bath experts develop devices to give older people better night's sleep, Bath Chronicle
Technology used to help older people sleep, Bruce Carey-Smith, BBC Points West
Straight men are comfortable to kiss each other, Eric Anderson, BBC Radio London
Battlefront: Pass a pumpkin campaign, Alex Loughlin (Psychology), Channel 4

October 2010

29 October 2010
Bromance gets physical, All Voices
Bromance gets physical, Sydney Morning News
Males are happy to kiss, Sky News Australia
Octopus Paul, the superstar, The Guardian Nigeria
Nobel Prize Winner at Exeter, Mid Devon Star
Death rate decline could hit funeral sector jobs, Belfast Telegraph
More men happy to kiss male friends, Belfast Telegraph
Straight young men kiss homophobia goodbye, Health Canal
More men happy to kiss male friends, Press Association
Young UK men OK with kissing, Same Same

28 October 2010
Insulation from Hemp Could be Great for Eco-Friendly Homes, ThirdAge.com
Inequality principal driver of carbon emissions, Public Service.co.uk
A Globalized God, Foreign Affairs
Fancy a Snog? Same-Sex Kissing Common Among UK Male Students, Yahoo! news

27 October 2010
Reducing carbon emissions by improving global equality, Scientific Computing
Improving Global Equality Could Reduce the Effects of Climate Change, Azocleantech
Conflict resolution conference at the IWM, Culture 24
Sucesor de Lula ante serios retos para mantener proyección global de Brasil, Mipunto
MP condemns bid to relax smoking ban in pubs, The Star
Leeds MP loses smoking ban battle, Yorkshire Evening Post
天言知玄:從手指看學習能力, wenweipo.com
女人嫁給大5歲的男人最幸福, China.com
NREL Scientists Lauded as Industry Pioneers, Chem Info
Rosegarden - An open source MIDI / audio multi-tracker, The H
Potential technologies to help older people sleep better, Maximum sleep.com
Potential technologies to help older people sleep better, Medical News
Could UKs most used eczema cream be making your skin worse? Wellington News
Doubts voiced over skin-cream ingredients, The National

26 October 2010
Disappearing Honeybees, Gair Rhydd

25 October 2010
Formula for the perfect marathon carb load, New Scientist
Eczema treatment 'could be proving harmful', Private Healthcare UK
Brothers become first Brits to cycle up Mount Kenya, ThisisBristol
Aqueous cream for eczema studied, Kincardineshire Today

22 October 2010
Life and death in Arcadia, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Daily Telegraph
Size does matter in IT, Bath Chronicle
Use of moisturisers in eczema called into question, Active Quote
Creams Used To Treat Eczema Could Make It Worse, Talkeczema
英研究稱護膚品冷霜有害皮膚, Xinhuanet
英研究稱護膚品冷霜有害皮膚, International Daily News
護膚品冷霜有害皮膚, Macao Daily
New British Standard on collaborative business relationships published, Management PR News
Brothers become first Brits to cycle up Mount Kenya, This is Bristol
Top MBA Schools of UK Offering Brush and Colors to Paint Your Academic Dreams, Content Corner
SETsquared Investment Showcase helps innovative UK technology firms gain funding, Logistics Business
Bath Abbey rector slams rise in university tuition fees, South West Business

21 October 2010
SETsquared Partnership praised by UK Science Minister, Science Business
Microsulis tissue ablation systems presented at London meeting, Medical News
RIBA President's Awards for Research announced, BD online
Winners of the RIBA President's Awards for Research 2010, Dexigner
New British Standard on collaborative business relationships published, PRLog
Top MBA Schools of UK Offering Brush & Colors to Paint Your Academic Dreams, Articlesbase
Maurice Line, 1928-2010, Times Higher Education
You've got to hand it to them, Times Higher Education
Uni makes eczema find, Bath Chronicle
Research found aqueous cream harmful for Eczema, French Tribune
Why cutting out showers will winter-proof, The Sun
Aqueous cream for eczema studied, Derry Journal
Creams prescribed for eczema may worsen condition, The MedGuru
Aqueous cream 'aggravates eczema', Pakwatan
Moisturisers 'can aggravate eczema', Congoo
研究:冷霜會令皮膚病惡化, Mingpao.com
Eczema cream could make condition worse, Ifeng.com
Eczema cream could make condition worse, Sinchew-i.com
Eczema cream could make condition worse, Sina Daily News
Abbey rector slams rise in tuition fees, This is Bath

20 October 2010
Public sector workers braced for savage job cuts in spending review, ThisisBath
Eczema 'made worse by aqueous cream', Nursing Times
Eczema cream meant to soothe makes skin worse, Netindia123
Aqueous cream for eczema studied, Harwich and Manningtree Standard
Bath gap year student saves Basell £325,000, tcetoday
Roundwood timber framing: the greener way to build, Ecologist
Aqueous cream could make your child’s eczema worse, MadeforMums
Moisturisers 'can make eczema worse', Belfast Telegraph
Moisturisers "no help for eczema", Nursing in Practice

19 October 2010
Moisture creams may worsen eczema, The Press Association
Emollient creams on eczemous skin likely to make condition worse, News-Medical.net
Technophobia, The Globe and Mail
Eczema cream meant to soothe makes skin worse, NewKerala.com
Moisturisers can aggravate eczema, The Independent
Moisturisers make eczema worse, The Scotsman
The cure with a sting: Eczema cream meant to soothe makes skin worse, Daily Mail
Bristol can be global green leader, Bristol 24 7
Aqueous cream aggravates eczema, BBC news online
Creams used to treat eczema could make it worse, Science Daily
Creams treating eczema can make it worse, Softpedia
Creams used to treat eczema could make it worse, Scientific Computing
Engineering students take on project to see if idea has wings, South West Business
Moisture creams may worsen eczema, Yahoo! News UK & Ireland
Moisture creams may make eczema worse, Ireland Online
Moisturisers no help for eczema, Nursing in Practice
Tata steel to turn steel sheets into solar cells using spray on PV, Earth & Industry
Moisture creams may make eczema worse, Irish Examiner
Cream used to treat eczema may make it worse - Prof Richard Guy, TotalStar Radio

18 October 2010

A matter of death - how grieving relatives argue at the graveside, BBC Radio Four, The Sunday Programme
Tech savvy or tech challenged? Domain-b
Graduation day for Swindon College students, Swindon Advertiser
Sporting chance to fight homophobia, Sydney Star Observer
Open sourse 3D printers head to a desktop near you, News Telegram.com
IUBAT 55th orientation:Freshmen to acquire advanced knowledge urged, The New Nation
Technophobia determined before birth, The Island
Technophobia takes hold in the womb, Medindia
Technophobia determined in the womb, Luton Today
Technophobia sprouts up while we are still in the womb, Netindia 123
3D Systems Acquires Bits From Bytes, Manufacturing.net
Acadêmicos brasileiros ganham bolsa para estudar na Inglaterra, D N Online
Swansea University and Tata aim to develop steel solar photvoltaic panels, Wales Online


15 October 2010

Technophobia 'is decided when we are still in the womb', Daily Mail
Fear of new technology begins in womb, Times of India
Fear of new technology begins in womb, Netindia123
'Technophobia determined in the womb', Garstang Courier
Technophobia begins in womb, Deccan Herald
Technophobia 'determined before birth' - Official!, Newsvine
Technophobia sprouts in the womb, DNA
Technology starts in the womb: study,
Financial Express
Technophobia 'determined in womb', MSN Tech & Gadgets
How my idea could stop people falling off ladders, Worcester News
Technophobia 'begins in the womb', PCR
Fear of new technology begins in womb, New Zealand News
Fear of new technology begins in womb, Haiti Sun
'Technophobia determined in the womb', Sunderland Echo
Fears over technology start in the womb, Herald.ie
Fear of new technology begins in womb, Mangalorena. com
Scientists believe technophobia starts in the womb, Physorg

14 October 2010
Technophobia 'determined before birth', Telegraph
IT starts in the womb, Mirror
Prenatal hormone exposure effects brain development, The Engineer
Technophobia 'determined in womb' Press Association
Testosterone link to fear of technology, The Scotsman
'Technophobia determined in the womb', Sunday Mercury
Technophobia 'sprouts up while we are still in the womb' Malaysia Sun
Technophobia ’sprouts up while we are still in the womb’ Thaindia News
Who'd be seen dead in an ill-dressed grave?,Telegraph

13 October 2010
Life and death research at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Build your confidence at workshop, This is Wiltshire
A brain probe modelled after a wasp's stinger, Budez
How my idea could stop people falling off ladders, Worcester News

12 October 2010
The matter of death - how grieving relatives argue at the graveside - Health Canal

11 October 2010
Technologies of the future, GeoConnexion UK
Liga del Norte refuerza retórica anti Roma en Italia, Yahoo en Espanol
3D Systems Acquires Maker of Low-Priced 3-D Printers, Design News

8 October 2010
Golden girl Amy in line for Cosmopolitan award, Bath Chronicle
Freshers get to grips with university life, Bath Chronicle
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, PJ Online
Why universities are good for your health, Press Zoom
3D Systems übernimmt Bits From Bytes, Konstruction.de
3D Systems veut démocratiser l’impression 3D, Industrie & Technologies
3D Systems köper upp 3d-skrivaren Rapman, CADtorget
LA MACCHINA CHE SI autoriproduce, Il Sole 24 Ore
Glythera reaches milestone, triggering £500K investment, Science Business
Hacker, disastri e attentati? Ci salveranno i Sette Templari, La Stampa

7 October 2010
Working With Universities South West, Insider Media Limited

6 October 2010
Physicists break color barrier for sending, receiving photons, Lab Spaces
3D Systems acquires affordable 3D printer maker, Plastics Today
3D Systems Acquires Bits From Bytes, TTKN News
Researchers call for a price cap on cigarette profits, PhysOrg
Nobel Prize awarded for "two-dimensional material graphene", Alphagalileo
Nobelpreis Physik für gebürtige Russen, Russland Online
Matthew takes sport to Zambia, SouthWest Business

5 October 2010
University of Bath students build human-powered aircraft, BBC News
Excessive profits made by cigarette manufacturers need to be capped, The Medical News
Researchers call for a price cap on cigarette profits, Science Daily
Research to measure the value of play
, Children & Young People Now
Homophobia in football: breaking the silence, Melbourne Community Voice
Fingers of kids can predict their performance in exams, Bio Medicine
Glythera achieves key technical and commercial milestones, PRlog

4 October 2010
Constructing a new vision, The Timber Industry Magazine
UK aerospace stuents to build human-powered aircraft, Newsvine
Physicists break color barrier for sending, receiving photons, Nanotechnology Now
Advancing Adhesives: Tape builds on success of research project, Adhesives and Sealants Industry
Business profile: Nicholas Joyce Teaching, Getwokingham
El sucesor de Lula, ante serios retos para mantener la proyeccion global, Espanol news
Inflated figures of economic growth, Ethiopian Review
Cyclist conquers Europe for trust, Thisiskent
AZ Electronic Materials, Investegate
MDC economics instructor settles in Weston, Blockshopper
City launch of major new series, Bath Chronicle

1 October 2010
Aerospace students set out to build human-powered aircraft
, The Engineers
Students to build human-powered flying machine, Scientific Computing
Uni students to test human flying machine, Bath Chronicle
Physicists Break Color Barrier for Sending, Receiving Photons, ACM News
Physicists break color barrier for sending, receiving photons, Scientific Computing
El sucesor de Lula, ante serios retos para mantener la proyección global, Yahoo
Italy's Northern League Ramps Up Anti-Rome Rhetoric, Post Chronicle
Italy's Northern League ramps up anti-Rome rhetoric, US Daily
We're proud to nurture stars of the future, This is Walsall
Actuarial Profession funding two ERM research projects, The Actuary
A to Z knowledge behind tech float, Financial Times

September 2010

30 September 2010
Dr Maurice Line, UKOLN
Not-so-furious five (plus peer) make last-ditch effort to deflect the axe, THE

29 September 2010
Atletas y tabaco: un problema doble, BBC Mundo
Blenheim 10k runners go the distance for cancer research, Witney Gazette
Education Ministry strategize to achieve MDG, Ghanaweb
Greens name candidate for Wellington Central, National Business Review
Ethiopia - Acute Poverty amidst “Double Digit Economic Growth”, Nazret.com
National Prize rewards Cigdem’s Engineering & Science Gap Year, Process & Control Today
Debating the oceans' future at free lecture, SouthWest Business
Debating the oceans' future at free lecture, This is Bristol
Field Testing a Low Carbon Hemp House, Clean Techies blog

28 September 2010
Working class revolution not reaching 'posh' universities, The Guardian

27 September 2010
University heads warn of a new scientific 'brain drain', The Independent
British scientists say cuts will cripple research, Reuters UK
The S word, New Scientist
Game over for British Scientist, Nature
British Scientists say cuts will cripple research, SBS
Crossed wires and cranky words, Times Higher Education
Athletes attacked for smoking habits
, BBC News
Up in smoke, Rocket News
Sewage hailed as latest green fuel, Green Fleet
Bath team tests properties of hemp as building material, The Engineer
North East software project nominated for prestigious award, New media monthly
Universities celebrate as generous donors boost success, Sourcews world
Meeting focuses on public sector cutback, Bath Chronicle

24 September 2010
How to Date Online Successfully, LiveStrong.com
Focus on the small business, SouthWest Business
Rival starts new bus route battle, SouthWest Business
Weight loss scheme to be piloted in city, Bath Chronicle
Rescue drama in Welsh peak trek, Bath Chronicle
Students spend summer in the lab, Bath Chronicle
Two new shows are on the White lines for kids, Bath Chronicle

23 September 2010
Dorchester students learn the secrets behind the perfect free kick, Media Newswire
The Psychology of Financial Decision Making and Economic Crises, Science Daily
Universities Celebrate as Generous Donors Boost Success, CASE
Keith Bishop, This is Bristol
Double win for graduates of Bath, Media Newswire
Funding for "Waste the waist" study, Eurekalert

22 September 2010
Hemp house to be tested by scientists, Green Building Press
Meet the heads, Elizabeth Thomas Stonar School, This is Bristol
Eco products' claims could raise expectations, Big Green Smile

21 September 2010
Teenagers join in university project, This is Bristol
Cheating yeast help group, The Scientist
Low carbon hemp house put to the test, World Architecture News

20 September 2010
I've been having lazy days, Indiana Daily Student
Think your job's dull? This one is like watching paint dry, Irish Times
Energy saving hempod on test in Bath, Big green smile

17 September 2010
Let down buyers at your peril, companies warned, Belfast Telegraph
Big promises 'leave consumers feeling betrayed', Yorkshire Evening Post
Low Carbon Hemp House Put to the Test, Science Daily
Hemp houses offer sustainability without sacrificing style, Tainted Green
Low carbon hemp house put to the test, Scientific Computing
Mine! How Selfishness Can Benefit Society, Live Science
Researchers find selfishness can sometimes help the common good, Scientific Computing
Researchers Find Selfishness Can Sometimes Help The Common Good, RedOrbit
För organisationer är individer som äter utan att skapa bra, Nyfiken Vital
Grandmother Ruth Brooks named Britain's best amateur scientist, BBC Press Office
Mine! How selfishness can benefit society, Mother Nature Network
He scaled the heights, on land and in spatial statistics, Sydney Morning Herald
Talking Science comes to Swindon, Sourcews

16 September 2010
Sunday Times University Ranking 2011, World Ranking
Hemp construction put to the test, BD Online
Diploma Immunity, The Standard
Brands That Promise the World Make Consumers Feel Betrayed, Science Daily
Slackers Can Be Good for Community, Discovery News
Why Selfishness Can Sometimes Benefit Groups, Softpedia

15 September 2010
Mine! How selfishness can benefit society, Science on Msnbc
Doing their part by not doing their part, Science News
Selfishness Can Sometimes Help the Common Good, Yeast Study Finds, Science Daily

14 September 2010
An update on Adaptive and Group Sequential Clinical Methods for Clinical Trial Design, PR Fire
Heavy Drinking Part of Social Acceptance for Young: Study, Science Magazine News
Inspiring Green Technology That Has the Power to Heal, Inhabitat

13 September 2010
Cheap as champers, Sydney Morning Herald
Carbon assessment project is launched, Modern Business Services
Alcohol in the news, Alcohol Policy
Young drink to bond with peers, Diss Express
Heavy drinking part of social acceptance for young, MSN Health & Fitness
Isotope effect seen on single molecule, RSC
Heavy drinking part of social acceptance for young, Business Week

10 September 2010
The great cycle helmet debate, Cambrdige News
GE’s Protimeter HygroTrac in Pilot Project to Help Predict Optimum Glazing and Insulation of Refurbished Tower Blocks, Newswire - PR Today
Matthew helps Zambian sports project, ThisisSouthDevon
Professor Julian Besag,
Telegraph
Getting Drunk Key To Bonding For Young People, Medical News Today
Bath University to set up business technology centre, The Engineer


9 September 2010
Bath students complete UN internships in the Big Apple, Media Newswire
Uk Hotspots for graduate jobs in the digital economy, Target Jobs
Young 'drink to bond with peers', The Press Association
You want to go to the library at 3am? Britain's the place, The Times Higher Education

8 September 2010
Friska seeks retail specialists @ directorBAR 13 Sept, City Zone
FDA to Assess Glythera Technology for Carbohydrate-Based Conjugate Vaccines, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

7 September 2010
Antiques really are Green, Antiques Trade Gazette
SETsquared Partnership announces technology showcase, Science Business

6 September 2010
Meet the managers, FT Adviser.com
Researchers investigate the fishy sense of smell, Cambridge Network
India's family groups groom future leaders, FT.com
Eaters of the dead, Back to Life in Cambodia, The Great Beyond
Flexible waveform generation accomplishes safe braking, Evaluation Engineering
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti Airtel, fuels succession talks, Reuters
Video: Jaws jr could reveal shark's smelly secrets, Cambridge News
Sunil's son Sharvin Mittal joins Bharti Airtel, Domain-b.com
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti Airtel, fuels succession talks, Telecomlive
Bharti Airtel appoints Shravin Mittal as new manager, Quote.com
Sunil Mittal's son Shravin joins Bharti Airtel, Telecom Tiger
Shravin Bharti Mittal- Son Of Sunil Mittal Joins Bharti Airtel, Indiaserver.com
Shravin Mittal, new manager of Bharti Airtel Ltd, One India News
Bharti Airtel names chairman's son as manager of overseas unit, Totaltelecom
India Inc. Gets Ready For GenNext Leaders, Businessworld
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti Airtel, Daily News Analysis
Do we have what it takes? Sun2Surf
India's family groups groom future leaders, Financial Times
New bus services but anger grows over route, South West Business
Shortfall in student accommodation 'remains a problem' in university towns and cities, 24 dash.com
Now universities recruit unpaid interns, Graduate Fog
World's best university rankings, US College Rankings
Shravin Mittal, new manager for Bharti Airtel, OneIndia
Revealed: The woman who saved Lord Nelson's life, EDP 24
Update 2-Founder's son joins India Bharti, fuels succession talk, Reuters

3 September 2010
Bharti eyes succession, son enters firm, Asian Age
Mittal son takes guard, Calcutta Telegraph
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti Airtel, fuels succession talk, Reuters
Sunil Mittal's son joins Airtel, Hindustan Times
Bharti eyes succession son enters firm, Deccan Chronicle
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti, Financial Express
Succession plan: Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti, Indian Express
Sunil Mittal's son joins Airtels international business, Hindu Business Line
Sunil Mittal's son Shravin joins Airtel, Hindustan Times
Sunil Mittal's son joins Bharti subsidiary, Business World
Schumacher conference targets move to zero carbon UK, Efficient Energy.net
After Rishad at Wipro, It's Shravin Mittal at Bharti, Wall Street Journal

2 September 2010
Rockett man lives up to name with record-breaking bike ride, This is Bath

1 September 2010
The A-team, Times & Star
University of Bath welcomes top GB paralympic athletes, BBC Bristol
ParalympicsGB Go Green with EDF Energy to mark Two-Years-To-Go, Aroundthering
GCSEs: Record results for sixth year running, Lynn News
Queue and A, Kenley Standard
Renishaw employee to receive award from Duke of Edinburgh, Gazette
Matt's passing on skills in Zambia, This Is Plymouth
Bike helmets and Boris bikes - BBC Radio 4 debates the issues, Road.CC
Scientists Engineering Advanced Wound Dressings, Science Magazine
Bike helmets: Not just for presidents anymore, SFGate
Paralympians underline the role that Bath can play in 2012, Sport Focus
Home computers set to revolutionise healthcare, The University of Sheffield
World Conference on Timber Engineering - WCTE 2010, The Wood Technology Society

August 2010
27 August 2010
Retired diplomat and civil servant Sir Donald Maitland dies, Thisisbath
Super cyclist Rockett on course for marathon record, Thisisbath
Historic European Texts to be Digitized on a Massive Scale, ScientificComputing
Bath University student in distance cycle record claim, BBC online
Results that made Rebecca, Tom and friends examination stars, Thisiscornwall
2012 Paralympic preparations get underway, Channel 4

26 August 2010
Bath Academics Spread the Word on Psychology, PressZoom
ParalympicsGB Go Green with EDF Energy to mark Two-Years-To-Go, British Energy
Sir Donald Maitland, The Telegraph

25 August 2010
Taunton cyclist set to break world record, This Is The West Country
Knowledge-Based Economy Key To Brunei's Diversification, BruDirect

24 August 2010
Good Neighbour Booklet to be sent out to students in Bath, Student Community Partnership
A sporting celebration to herald the gift of life, This Is Bath
HLM appoints landscape architect to St Athan project, Wales Online
Back the BUCS!, The FA
Tobacco Control Health Inequalities Pilot Programme, UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies
Video: Robocilia at work, The Scientist

23 August 2010
Work, rest and study, StreetInsider.com
Misleading offer shatters schoolgirl's uni dream, Kent News
Cannabis use seemingly leads to psychotic experiences, Healthjockey.com
Balehaus winner, Fenestration News
Alisdair's star exam results despite floods, News & Star
Uni bans pubs drinks on campus, Morning Advertiser
A Level results in Flintshire, Daily Post
A Levels: Ongar student is top in college, East London and West Essex Guardian
Brooklands student succeeds despite tragedy, Surrey Herald
Kidderminster's King Charles 1 students look forward to uni, The Shuttle
Ysgol Maes Garmon, Mold, A Level results, The Flintshire Chronicle
Wandsworth student celebrates A Level results, Hounslow and Brentford Times
Testing time for A Level students, Western Daily Press
An A* Star Day at Wycliffe after record A Level pass rate, Stroud News and Journal
A Level results Honiton Community College, Exmouth Journal
Anxious wait is over for Honiton's high achievers, Exmouth Journal
Groundsman fully-fit to prepare field after receiving a new liver, SouthWestBusiness.co.uk
Amazing results in Hertford and Ware, Hertforshire Mercury
Beacon of hope, Malaysian Star
How foreign students jump the university queue, Express

20 August 2010
A-level results: universities close doors on students, Telegraph
Uni bans pubs' drinks promos on campus, Morning Advertiser
Hundreds get new A-level grade as scramble for uni places begins, Thisisbath
New research links cannabis use and psychotic experiences, Physorg.com

19 August 2010
Work, rest and study, Every Investor
British Transplant Games come to the University of Bath, BBC Bristol
Testing time as A-level students face squeeze on university places, This Is Somerset
Q&A: Squeeze on university places, BBC News Education & Family

18 August 2010
Bursaries: what you're entitled to at university, The Independent
University Volunteering, Bath & North East Somerset Council

17 August 2010
Microsulis Medical Limited Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance, Forbes.com
Youth participation and societal transformation, U-landsnyt.dk
Facebook test to go to party in Seattle, American Public Media
Duurzame antibacteriële coatings met nanotechnologie, Kennislink.nl

16 August 2010
Team Green named as Best UK Team at Rockingham eco-marathon, Process and Control Today
Parents buy into low prices, FT.com
School leavers choosing graduate employers over university, The Guardian

13 August 2010
Four Bath graduates shortlisted for prestigious SET Awards, Media Newswire
Ania Zalewska awarded Visiting Scholar at Hass, Berkeley, Media Newswire

12 August 2010
Studyabroad, The Telegraph, Calcutta
Students face a scramble for university places, BBC online
New Epilepsy Research Will Help To Reduce Animal Experiments, Medical News Today


11 August 2010
New Epilepsy Research Will Help To Reduce Animal Experiments, Medical News Today

10 August 2010
Prentice just misses individual world gold, The Press and Journal
Tayside athletes set to go for glory at British Transplant Games, The Courier
Bath graduate sets sights on Mr England crown, This Is Bath

9 August 2010
New Volkswagen Beetle car runs on human waste, International Business Times
Inspectors shut down girl's lemonade stand, CBS News
Colourful exuberant painter with a passion for Mexico, IrishTimes.Com
The big bad wolf can't blow this house down, Wink News Now
UK firm runs VW Beetle on biomethane from human waste, domain-B
Balehouse, SVT
Academics welcome new collaborative business relationships standard, World Book and News
A car with people power, Metal Pages
Biogas from sewage fuels Wessex Water car, Water Briefing
Structurally Informed Site-Directed Mutagenesis of a Stereochemically Promiscuous Aldolase To Afford Stereochemically Complementary Biocatalysts, Journal of the American Chemical Society

6 August 2010
Academics Welcome New Collaborative Business Relationships Standard, The Open Press
Study to identify emissions reduction path for UK airports, EfficientEnergy.net

5 August 2010
Lessons from Spiders and Mussels on Manufacturing, GreenBiz Greener Design

4 August 2010
3D Print Innovator Joins Bits From Bytes, PRLog
How to save English game - it's child's play, The Independent Football

3 August 2010
On death's doormat, BBC News Magazine
Combined effort to promote region's green industries, This is Plymouth
John Coates obituary, The Guardian

2 August 2010
Glythera and PATH sign collaboration agreement to evaluate new technology for pneumococcal vaccines, PRlog
Microsulis Launches Most Powerful Needle for Microwave Tissue Ablation at ECIO, TMCnet
Bath entrepreneur given key to internet, Real Business
An enterprising anniversary for the Royal Society, Science Business

July 2010
30 July 2010
Astronomer’s cloud study makes Scientist comp top four, The Online Mail
Findings from University of Bath broaden understanding of social science, Watchovia
The Seven Keys of the Internet, Sky News Australia


29 July 2010
Brit scientist is web guardian, The Sun
Accountant Who Underwent Double Lung Transplant Wins Gold At European Heart And Lung Transplant Games, Medical News Today

28 July 2010
New faces at Medis, Isleofman, newsroom
Bath expert gets 'key to the internet', This is Bath

27 July 2010
Bath entrepreneur 'holds the key' to internet security, BBC Bristol

26 July 2010
Who's gay? And who's just gay-vague? The Globe and Mail
Overseas students set to flow as consortium makes a splash, TES

23 July 2010
Bath engineering students teach skills in India, BBC online
Awards recognise public bravery and police dedication, Avon & Somerset police

22 July 2010
Morbid Ink: Memorial Tattoos, Culture
Would-be journalist gets half his course fees paid, Hold the Front Page

21 July 2010
'Night-shining' clouds visible in UK skies for rest of the week, Mail Online
UK social policy: big society? ABC Radio National, Life Matters
Colleges look further afield for students, The Guardian

20 July 2010
Will the RepRap machine bring a new manufacturing and the end of consumerism? The Ecologist
Unlocking secrets of 'eerie' clouds, BBC News, Science and Enviroment
Space clouds: a briefing, The Guardian

19 July 2010
Face and iris recognition could benefit national security, BAE Systems
Valuing algal bloom in the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria, Environmental Valuation and Cost Benefit News
Vyteris Expands Scientific Advisory Board With Four New Appointments, Pharmacy Choice
Dash for cash for RUH baby unit, Bath Chronicle
Audio slideshow: Noctilucent clouds, BBC News, Science and Environment

16 July 2010
Payroll – better in or out?, FSN

15 July 2010
Is the house of straw the house of the future? Rated People
Youngsters enjoy the Big Bang South West event, Yeovil Express

14 July 2010
Nanotechnology wound dressing automatically detects and treats infection, Nanowerk
Coffee Cup Secrets, PhysicsCentral

13 July 2010
Is straw the building material of the future? The Guardian
Wound dressing uses medical nanotechnology to detect, treat infection, MedHealthWorld
New 'smart' bandage to help fight infection, Activequote

12 July 2010
Paul the octopus faces math mauling, The Sunday Times
Self medicating nanoparticle bandage could detect, treat infection, Andhra News
Nanotech bandage to detect and fight germs, Mumbai Mirror
Octopus Paul, Headliner Watch
Self medicating nanoparticle bandage could detect and treat infection, India Vision
Nanoparticle bandage can treat infection, The Times of India
"Self-medicating" nanoparticle bandage could detect, treat infection, Yahoo India
Tewkesbury buildings researched so that we can preserve heritage, This is Gloucestershire
Scientists engineering advanced wound dressings, MSN Health and Fitness
Nanotech bandage to detect and fight germs, Mumbai Mirror
Nanoparticle bandages could detct and treat infection, New Scientist (video)
Javajolt: How coffee and cream is eye-opener for researchers, Minnpost.com
New dressing to treat infections, Nursing in Practice
IQE presents graduate awards for optoelectronics, Semiconductor Today
Artists hotspot's heated debate, This is Somerset
Academy elects unique national resource..., The Royal Academy of Engineering
Revolutionary medical dressing uses nanotechnology to fight infection, Nano Werk
Intelligent Bandage Innovation, New Tang Dynasty Television
Project launched to protect historic buildings from floods, Planning Resource
Around the World 07/12 - Morning Edition, Koreas Global TV, Arirang
Students' unions join residents' group, Bath Chronicle
"Self-medicating" nanoparticle bandage could detect infection, Sify
Toddler's boiling tea horror was a wake-up call to mum, This is Devon
Nigel Goldsmith's pinhole pictures, Creative Boom
What are the chances that Paul the octopus is right, BBC News online

9 July 2010
Bacteriosafe Project Focuses on Creating Nano-Based Medical Dressing, nanotechnology
Dressing can find infection, South West Business
Boy who made amazing recovery from 32% burns, Thisiscornwall
Universities to monitor impact of floods on heritage sites, the engineer

8 July 2010
Amazing recovery of toddler with 32% burns on his face who healed with NO scars thanks to revolutionary treatment, Daily Mail
Coffee Cup Secrets (w/ Video), Physorg.com
Research team to develop advanced wound dressing, the engineer
Bath team develop dressing which treats burns infections, Thisisbath

7 July 2010
Now the smoke has cleared Manchester Evening News
Finalists unveiled in UK's largest student prize, Architects' Journal
ISO Chemie Tape Builds on Success at Major Research Project Architects' Data File

6 July 2010
Secrets of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus supposedly revealed Health Jockey
Dr Vicky Sharpe – a global perspective at EcoGen 2010 Eco Generation
ISO Chemie Tape Builds on Success at Major Research Project Housebuilder & Developer

5 July 2010
I never allowed my pupils to say 'I can't do it' Times Education Supplement
Always time for tea South West Business
Skal lage gass av grisemøkk Ablad.no
Needed for England to succeed: skill, coaches and a willingness to change Guardian
British Gas to Give Free Solar Panels to British Schools WXVT 15
Weg zur energieautarken Fabrik Industrie Anzeiger
Microfocus International appoints of Non-Executive Director Investegate
Lume, lume ... si matematica Info Portal

2 July 2010
FnBP is central to bacteria's ability to invade organs Medical News
Researchers Identify What Makes MRSA Lethal Science Daily
Lion symbolises strengthening links between Bath and China South West Business
Prince gets the lowdown on muesli effect from academic Bath Chronicle

1 July 2010
Uni progress in MRSA bug fight, Thisisbath
Bath student wins first SJA training bursary, Sports Journalists' Association
British Gas to Give 15 Million Pounds Sterling of Free Solar Panels to British Schools, PA
Wireless 2.0: Industry gathers for leading wireless innovation conference, IT Analysis

June 2010

30 June 2010
Virtual waterfight wins UK location competition, New York Times
UK student wins international start-up competition, Directions Magazine
Virtual waterfight wins UK location competition, VentureBeat
City warfare game wins international startup competition, Devmaster
The next generation airships inspired by fish, The Engineer
Don't you understand, Times Higher Education
Bid to strengthen Bath's trade links with China, Bath Chronicle
Interview: Mike Collier-the man behind Jenson Button
, Ape to gentleman blog
Engineers of the future battle for £1,500 prize for school, Bath Chronicle

29 June 2010
Evidence mounts against diabetes drug, naturenews
Honorary degrees for athlete Grey-Thompson and businessman Brownsword, ThisisBath
If you can't bend it, model it!, plus.maths.org
Flying fish, theengineer

28 June 2010
Boost your online profile Men's Health
Uni works on bee disease study SouthWestBusiness.co.uk
10 out of pen - Here's a formula for a perfect spot kick... if we need it! News of the World
Long days and sunshine holidays make for busy week Mayo Advertiser
Bus service secured and improved SouthWestBusiness.co.uk

25 June 2010
Why a wig’s safer than a bike The Sun
Study looks at smoking South West Business
Scientist warns grey whale's prey numbers are threatened Westerly News
Match funding offered to boost baby care unit South West Business
Hundreds of council jobs face the chop South West Business

24 June 2010
Helping Submariners Breathe More Easily, Epoch Times
University of Bath - Electrical bond proves positive, THE
South West student entrepreneurs impress The Pitch business competition Bristol judges, Guide2Bristol

23 June, 2010
South West's best new business on an arctic roll, Business Zone
Public sector braced for harsh budget cutbacks in Bath, Bath Chronicle

22 June, 2010
BP's Gift for the gaffe BBC Magazine
Beer the winner in World Cup mini-skirt row Channel 4 news
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban Nursing Times
Higher Studies in Automotive Design: Study Abroad or in India? SoulCast

21 June, 2010
1948 technology could help today's submariners breathe easier, Gizmag
Interdisciplinary prize and medal for Bath scientist, Science Centric
Tesco at centre of hopes for regeneration, SouthWest Business

18 June, 2010
Beatles' sleeve designer opens celebratory show Bath Chronicle
Plenty of activity during busy day at University Bath Chronicle
Remembering Exodus and Defeat 70 Years On… OUP Blog
PPRT research gets Parliament airing Chemist & Druggist
Universities collaborating on breathing system for submariners Working With Water
Research Will Help Submariners Breathe More Easily Science Daily
Grok Institute launch an exhibition dedicated to digital art Dazed Digital

17 June, 2010
Self-made tycoon's thanks a million to old university This is Somerset
Coalition's EU honeymoon may not last Reuters
When Wayne Rooney's world proves beyond reach Independent
Romance is not the secret to a successful marriage Daily Record
Faith in higher education This is Cornwall
Seven key ideas for managing distributed teams Tech Republic

16 June, 2010
Sir Peter Blake back in Bath to open art exhibition, Bath Chronicle
Thanks a million from uni graduate who left school with no qualifications, Bath Chronicle
Bath University given largest ever donation, tce
College takes online initiative, Swindon advertiser
Why these successes should be celebrated, Daily Echo
Wireless 2.0 conference, TMC net
Pharmacy in spotlight at smoking cessation conference, Chemist & Druggist

14 June, 2010
Fewer heart-attacks after England goes smoke free, mysunccoast.com
Shortlist for president's awards for research 2010 announced, artdaily.org
Bowden father and son's cycle fundraiser in memory of Chad, Messenger
MBE for Amy Williams in Queen's Birthday Honours, Womensportreport.com
Workmate accused of lies over man's death, Bristol Evening Post
Smoking ban reduces heart attacks in the UK, IndiaReport.com
Fewer heart attacks since smoking ban, Bognor Regis Observer
MI admissions in England fell after smoking ban,
Congoo
Fewer heart attacks after smoking ban, TUC
Electrochemical Method for the Determination of Enantiomeric Excess of Binol Using Redox-Active Boronic Acids as Chiral Sensors, Journal of American Chemical Society
Shopworker stole £600 by fiddling till transactions, Walesonline
Stadium plan wins student top accolade, SouthWestBusiness.co.uk
Shortlists for president's awards for research 2010 announced, RIBA
Fewer heart attacks since heart attack, Claverley Today
Museum shark helps investigate smell, Natural History Museum

10 June, 2010
Smoking ban slashes heart attacks, Marie Claire
England's Smoking Ban Means Fewer Heart Attacks, Fox News
Embodied energy: The next big carbon challenge, Building.co.uk
New Smart Bandage Kills Only Bad Bacteria, Planet Green
Hungry Grey Whales Face A 'Prey Crisis' As Food Sources Dry Up, Underwater Times
Four Great bustard chicks hatch in the wild in the UK, Wildlife Extra

9 June, 2010
Thousands of heart attacks prevented by smoking ban, Telegraph
Warning: the nanny state can seriously improve your health,
The Independent
Heart attack hospital admissions have fallen since the smoking ban,
The Times
Smoking ban has dramatically slashed number of heart attacks
, Daily Mail
Heart attack admissions fall after smoking ban, BBC news online
Smoking ban cut heart attacks, Reuters UK
Smoking ban reduced heart attacks, Press Association
Smoking ban reduced heart attacks, Yahoo News UK & Ireland
Smoking ban led to 2% cut in MI admissions, Health Republic
Smoking ban is a lifesaver, Daily Star
England smoking ban cut heart attacks
, Times of India
Ban on smoking may have prevented 1,200 heart attacks, Bath Chronicle
Sea of pink as thousands of women join the race for life, Bath Chronicle

8 June, 2010
Bijal Thakore wins Young Achiever of the Year IT News Online
Students’ Union & Bath students shortlisted for three NUS awards Article Ant
MBA alumna organises Bath-China cultural exchange agreement Article Ant
Proud parade marks OTC centenary This is Bristol
A good send off: Local and regional variations in how the British dispose of their dead Article Ant
How to Talk Maths in Public Article Ant

7 June, 2010
Bus shelter opens while "row" over temporary stop brews Bath Chronicle
Olympic star Amy Williams made freeman of the city Bath Chronicle
Matt Plaskoff named Fred Case Remodeling Entrepreneur of the Year 2010 finalist BigNews.Biz
Catalysis in crystals Chemical & Engineering News
University of Bath sets up scholarship in honour of inspirational coach Inside the Games
Veloce - one of the best-liked "bad boys" in British motorsport Eurpoean Motor News
Spencer House CapMgt director appointment Investegate a financial express website
Football coach retires at 93 Campaign
Amy Williams to be made honorary freeman of the city BBC Bristol online
Bath and West Show: Student make ice living from deserts South West Business
Fund Manager Turns Champion Sommelier With Taste for Cote-Rotie Bloomberg.com

4 June, 2010
Have your say on hi-tech pod transport system Bath Chronicle
Ip NE Technology Fund invests in Nomad Digital ADVFN Commodities
Professor becomes president of Royal Entomological Society Article Ant
Scrum is put to the test at university Bath Chronicle
Amy set to receive award from mayor Bath Chronicle
We must stop youngsters drinking themselves to oblivion Bath Chronicle
Photos at the heart of social networking site Southwest Business

3 June, 2010

Smart Bandage Takes Aim at Infection, Take Part (blog)
New skywalk vision for The Rec unveiled by city pressure group, Thisisbath
Academic joins Prime Minister for Second World War Commemoration, Article Ant

2 June, 2010
Rise of the replicators New Scientist
Smart bandages just kill bad bacteria (in the future)
Blisstree
Oldest football coach - world record set by Ivor Powell
World Records Academy

1 June, 2010
Former City player-boss Ivor quits aged 93 Telegraph & Argus
Armed and beautiful Financial Times
Legend Ivor takes a bow Wales Online
University of Bath receives funding to launch major study of the scrum Medical News
It's hardly an early bath as Powell still won't hang up his boots Independent
Oldest Coach Female First
Retired? You don’t fool me, Ivor News & Star
The grocer who says this year will test retailers as well as shoppers City AM
Scrums given the appliance of science Scotsman
Gambit founder to head company exploiting LED processing technology Wales Online
Beyond repair Times Educational Supplement

May 2010

28 May, 2010
University joins in fight against 'eyesore' mast Bath Chronicle
Hospital chief is business 'voice' Southwest Business
Sir Stanley Matthews' team-mate retires after 77 years in the game
Metro
Former Aston Villa star quits coaching aged 93 Birmingham Mail
World’s oldest football coach who met Gandhi during WWII posting retires aged 93
Thaindian
World's oldest football coach retires aged 93 DNA India
'World's Oldest' Football Coach Retires At 93 Rock FM
Football coach calls it a day...aged 93 Wales Online
ISO Chemie Tape Builds on Success at Major Research Project Quoteline
Management accountants climb the leadership ladder faster Accounting Education

27 May, 2010
World's oldest football coach retires aged 93 Telegraph
Hanging up his boots after eight decades, the world's oldest football coach, 93 Daily Mail
World's oldest coach retires The Scotsman
'Oldest' football coach retires Irish Independent
'World’s Oldest' Football Coach Ivor Powell Retires Goal.com
World's oldest football coach Ivor Powell retires UK Wired News
University of Bath announces the Ivor Powell Sports Scholarship Fund Quote.com
House Made Out Of Straw News4Jax
Tests Prove Building with Straw as Safe and Durable Azom
Mental Health First Aid Wiltshire Council
Orca Exploration Nominates BOD Member Rigzone
Mitchell Worley inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at Wofford College Independent Mail.com
Fusion IP partner Seren Photonics appoints IQE chairman and M&A guru as chairman Proactive Investors UK

26 May, 2010
World's oldest football coach Ivor Powell retires, BBC News
Football legend Ivor Powell retires aged 93
, Bath Chronicle
Former Wimbledon champion Wes Moodie trains in Bath, BBC Bristol News
Duke of Kent updated on homeless project at Bath Abbey, Bath Chronicle
Open source systems emerge in 3D printing, Design News

25 May, 2010
Straw house resists hurricane Times of India
Thunderstorms as Nature's Particle Accelerators Discovery News
Plumley Queen is aiming for glory Knutsford Guardian
Students urged to clear gardens before they go Bath Chronicle

24 May, 2010
World's best animal jumper identified Sunday Observer
Shop Survey Reveals Tight Control Of Tobacco Product Display By UK Tobacco Companies Zamp Bionews
Virtual life after death BBC News
The big bad wolf can huff and puff,but this house wont go down Mumbai Mirror
House of straw can withstand hurricane Hawick News
Bath's Balehaus would withstand a hurricane Green Building Press
Textilien können schon bald Wunden heilen Berliner Morgenpost
Cereal offenders wanted Times Higher Education

21 May, 2010
The house of straw strong enough to withstand huffing and puffing - and a hurricane Daily Mail
Researchers achieve to 'reprogram' stem cells with human heart tissue Bright Surf.com
They huffed and puffed but the straw house is still standing This is Bath
House of straw can withstand hurricane Shoreham Herald
Stem cells with human heart tissue 'reprogrammed' to improve treatments NetIndia123
Off-road wheelchair to be shown off in Dusseldorf Laterooms.com
Researchers Hope To 'Reprogram' Stem Cells With Human Heart Tissue RedOrbit
Straw house can withstand hurricane AOL News
Fairytales rewritten as straw house at Bath Uni withstands 120mph winds World Architecture News
Straw house withstands 120mph winds The Engineer

 

20 May, 2010
Gripping new degree will put students on the mat, Cambridge News

Stem cells with human heart tissue ‘reprogrammed’ to improve treatments, Daily India
Straw house fairytale is nothing but huff and puff, The Australian
Il Cavaliere's invitation to the 'friends' of liberalism, THE
Huff as hard as you like - you can’t blow a straw house down, The Times

19 May, 2010
Levlolux's cool look for iconic Derby Tower, Building Design News
Calling Cleantech start ups to the low carbon start up fest in Bath, MB Publishing

18 May, 2010

3D images reveal life inside Honeybee colony Top News.In
Bandages that could bite back Science News
Free Machinery Safety seminars at Drives & Controls show Machine Building.net
Needle bins just condone use of illegal drugs in Bristol gym member claims SouthWest Business
Binge drinking goes under the spotlight in Bath This is Bath
3D images peer inside beehives Press TV

17 May, 2010
Off-road wheelchair shown off, BBC online
New bus shelter for Widcombe residents, Lynn News
Martial arts show for two charities, Bath Chronicle
USB's new director takes office, Cape Business News
Honey bees: 3D images reveal life inside a live hive, BBC Earth News
Best synthetic methods: functional group transformations, Organic Chemistry Portal
2006 SBS President's award presented to Steven Rees, microarraynews.net
Leading low carbon economy solutions showcase in Bath, Green Living Review
Photobook provider Koodibook launches in the UK, Newsline
Higher studies in automative design: Study abroad or in India, Article Alley
Drives show attracts a flurry of late bookings, Drives and Controls

14 May, 2010
Engineers invent 'off-road' wheelchair, BBC online
USB's new director takes office, Finchannel.com
Shape of administration becomes clearer, Herald Scotland
New film showcases student centre, Article Ant

13 May, 2010
A nose for trouble, Times Higher Education
Take a lesson from the entrepreneurs who simply couldn't wait to graduate, The Independent
The newest (and coolest) photobook start up, PR Web
Carmakers to struggle to beat electric car doubt, International Business Times
Post interview it's good to talk, Recruiter
Stroke lettuces to make them taste nicer! Yahoo India News
Bath appoints new professor clinical psychology, Postgrad.com

12 May, 2010
Stroke a lettuce to make it tastier, The Express
Being with smart young people is good for business, Real Business
Crunch-time for post election negotiations, Voice of America
World's best animal jumper identified, Discovery News

11 May, 2010
BBC Radio 4 programme gets help from Bath professor, BBC online
Rain deterred hundreds from uni water fight, This is Bristol
Is breakfast the most important meal of the day for you?, Article Ant
University of Bath shows Craigie Aitchison collection, BBC online

10 May, 2010
World governments fail to deliver on 2010 biodiversity target, Physorg.com
2006 SBS President’s Award Presented to Stephen Rees, Microarraynews.net
UK-Bath: analysis apparatus, Sell to Wales
Eat shoots and leaves, Redditch Advertiser
Du carburant automobile à partir de l'air ambiant, Techno-sciencenet
Ein Näschen für Blut, Wissenschaft
Salaires : l'impact des parents, Sciences Humaines.com
Rise in ‘excellent students’ in 2009 public exams, Brunei FM
Water fight is a damp squib, Bath Chronicle

7 May 2010
留学申请竞争激烈 英提高语言标准 中青在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
赤字主导英国大选 眼巴巴望着他别让英国变希腊 新浪, China (Alumni: JiaHui Ling)
冲绳的"基地化" 与日本的"冲绳化" 新浪, China (Corporate: Reputation)
'Smart' wound dressings could identify and destroy infection-causing bacteria Phys Org
Shark's nasal plumbing gives it a nose for blood New Scientist
A coalition kaleidoscope Economist

6 May 2010
八华人参选 英国史上最大阵容(图) 网易, China (Alumni: JiaHui Ling)
全球最大管理会计师组织CIMA为MBA开设快速道 人民网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
中国国产大飞机发动机项目首批研发人员到岗 新华网, China (Corporate: Reputation)

5 May 2010
许善达:应该搞一个居民收入增长规划 人民网天津视窗, China (Alumni: Shanda Xu)
Researchers Investigate Fishy Sense of Smell With Hammerhead Shark Model Science Daily
Capitalism and The Age of Machines The Huffington Post
Shark-inspired chemical sensors The Engineer
Sanford researcher leads efforts to study rare children’s diseases Business Journal
UK Test Laboratory EPN

4 May 2010
Infection, Kill Thyself American Scientist
Deutsche Bank boosts North Asia wealth planning team Webwire
Targeted Wound Dressings Lure Infectious Microbes in, Then Attack Popular Science
Researchers Investigate Shark'S Fishy Sense Of Smell; Flow Tank Used To Model Hammerhead'S Nasal Cavity Underwater Times
Researchers investigate fishy sense of smell (w/ Video) Phys Org
THE NEW POLITICS OF THE NHS Radcliffe Publishing
Bath researchers investigate how hammerhead sharks smell BBC News Bristol
Zopa offers an alternative for high-risk borrowers Finance Markets

3 May 2010
The Disruptive Future of Printing Communications of the ACM
Opportunity for cleantech start-ups to present to investors Green Review
CIMA: Management accountants climb the leadership ladder faster RBC Dain Rauscher Inc

2 May 2010
Energy and finance are key seminar topics at NEC's June shows Efficient Energy

1 May 2010
LEED Through the Eyes of the Building Envelope ED&C
High Performance Building Engineering Walls and Ceilings Online
Eat shoots and leaves Press and Journal
Turn over a new leaf News & Star

April 2010

30 April 2010
新一届博鳌论坛秘书长周文重:向世界发出亚洲的声音 人民网天津视窗, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
Calling ‘cleantech’ start-ups to the Low Carbon Start Up Fest in Bath Widespread PR
Recipe: Seasonal shoots, Jersey Royals and broad bean salad Worcester News
Low Carbon Start Up Fest for Cleantech Start-Ups Newswire Today
Calling ‘cleantech’ start-ups to the Low Carbon Start Up Fest in Bath Swamp Fox
Hot prospects sets salad producers' leafy hearts racing South West News
School for Health Online Open Week: 10-14 May Primary Care Today
Calling ‘cleantech’ start-ups to the Low Carbon Start Up Fest in Bath See Nation
Calling ‘cleantech’ start-ups to the Low Carbon Start Up Fest in Bath Techno World Inc
Calling ‘cleantech’ start-ups to the Low Carbon Start Up Fest in Bath Smart Grid
Chris Evans Sporting Challenge - Skeleton Bob BBC Sport
The disruptive future of printing BBC News
Tournaments remember students' tragic deaths Bath Chronicle
Three-wheelers burst into favour Brisbane Times
The Christa Run The Sun

29 April 2010
Gloucestershire/Bath - Travel woes compounded THE
Start your Engines: 3D printing made easy! CAD Torget
World governments fail to deliver on 2010 biodiversity target Bird Life International
Infection, Kill Thyself US News
Soundbites Bath Chronicle
It's going downhill fast for Chris Evans as he slips into lycra bodysuit to take on Olympic bob skeleton training track Daily Mail
Weekend of music, dance and flowers Bath Chronicle
Grant winners THE
Appointments THE
Xavier's College to offer new master's degree DNA India

28 April 2010
2010届毕业生 获世界名校录取 中国网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
More Green Building Talk on TED: Catherine Mohr Revenue Spark
Just a little room…please Special Broadcasting Service
Infection, kill thyself Science News
Bath researchers investigate new type of city transport BBC Bristol News
Chris Evans takes on Bath bob skeleton challenge Bath Chronicle
What world do you see? Co-founder of Zopa shares his vision Media Newswire
Study into new door-to-door transport scheme Bath Chronicle
Green property: Kevin McCloud's 'green heroes' Telegraph
How Can We Cut Smoking In Bristol? Jack FM

27 April 2010
Leanne tastes sweet success at undergrad awards Burnham & Highbridge Weekly News
Drives Show attracts a flurry of late bookings Drives & Controls
Internet dating sites need to take cultural differences into account: researchers Phys Org
Leanne tastes sweet success at undergrad awards This is the West Country
Online dating sites better than bars for marriage outcome UK Net Guide
Helen Edwards joins Marketing Brand Republic
Public Lecture: The Sunflower and the Rose Media Newswire
Religious beliefs: do they help or hinder development? Media Newswire
Internet dating sites need to take cultural differences into account Media Newswire
University of Bath explores hidden meaning of flowers BBC Bristol News

26 April 2010
永续成功须恪守的四大原则 QQ, China (Staff: Michael Mayer)
Helen Edwards joins Marketing Marketing
Wer Mikroben auf der Klobrille fürchtet, sollte nie wieder eine Küche betreten Rund Ums Baby
Religious beliefs: do they help or hinder development? Phys Org
Research into online dating Guardian
Log on for love Mens Health
QIAGEN drives the development of companion diagnostics with two key appointments for the new Pharma Business Development Team BioValley Basel
ITEC Addresses the Threat of Cyber Warfare Army Technology
Science Explained: How does sat-nav work? BBC News
UK despatches first Galileo flight payload BBC News

25 April 2010
Green pioneers: Modern alchemy turns air into fuel Business Week
Green pioneers: Modern alchemy turns air into fuel The Times

24 April 2010
Helping Smokers With Mental Illness MediLexicon
Hamish takes student prize
Edinburgh Evening News
ANALYSIS: Europe splits Britain's parties, all likely to cut defense spending+
World News

23 April 2010
环球雅思学校英国5线—2010年英伦16天名校探访游学 夏令 ... 365前程网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Controlling diseases: latest Research in the World lecture Silobreaker
Smoking still kills: what next for tobacco control? Media Newswire
Richard Lambert, Director General of the CBI, addresses the Change Management Forum at Sainsbury's HQ, London Media Newswire
Helping smokers with mental illness Medical News Today

22 April 2010
Helping smokers with mental illness Eurek Alert!
TV gardener to star at spring flower show Bath Chronicle
Delve into amazing world of science with this fabulous book Bath Chronicle
Less talk from parents can encourage more speech from children Phys Org
Less talk from parents can encourage more speech from children Health News
Students stay the course Bath Chronicle
The future’s all white for Aimee Spectator News
Blues name team to face Dragons Welsh Icons
Avoid oversimplifying risk analysis Insurance ERM
Bath graduates win European bronze Bath Chronicle
Grant winners THE
A Thin Film Detection/Response System for Pathogenic Bacteria Journal of American Chemistry Society

21 April 2010
留英读硕士:理科生应慎转专业 新民网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Upside Learning Partners with THE Group to Offer ILM Qualifications Courses Online PR

20 April 2010
周文重:向世界发声 将接任博鳌亚洲论坛秘书长 凤凰网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
Using CICS with DB2 pureXML IMB
Lightning Creates Particle Accelerators Above Earth National Geographic
Demokratische Repräsentation in der Krise? Jura Forum

19 April 2010
学术文章列出"天文数字"作者名单遭质疑 人民网, China (Staff: John Hudson)
中国太平洋保险(集团)股份有限公司2009年度报告摘要 全景网, China (Alumni: Shanda Xu)
CIMA: CIMA Opens Nominations For The Annual Awards Stockpoint
Drives The Development Of Companion Diagnostics With Two Key Appointments For The New Pharma Business Development Team Device Space
Physicists find a particle accelerator in the sky Physics World
The great pretenders OnMedica
90 years of CIMA Business Mirror
Natural particle accelerator found The Tartan

18 April 2010
中国太平洋保险(集团)股份有限公司第五届董事会第十二 次... 凤凰网, China (Staff: John Hudson)

17 April 2010
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath UK Embedded

16 April 2010
Row over spoof Tory website Bath Chronicle
It’s the big race again for Devizes Gazette and Herald
How was the sunset for you? BBC Radio Four Blog
Working Prototypes: 2010 Smart Geometry conference in Barcelona BD Online
Giant Natural Particle Accelerator Forms above Thunderclouds  Scientific Computing
Row over spoof Tory website Bath Chronicle
Giant natural particle accelerator above thunderclouds Southgate Amateur Radio Club

15 April 2010
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath with focus on supporting start up companies Ems Now
Putting the citizen into science ABC
Student-run company event to soup up the best local produce Tree Hugger
Vision for 1,500 new jobs in city's 'knowledge economy' South West Business
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath with Focus on supporting start up companies PR Semiconductor
Vision for 1,500 new jobs in city's 'knowledge economy' Bath Chronicle
Carbon-minded India eyes greener, rice-based cement Green Bang

14 April 2010
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath with Focus on supporting start up companies Widespread PR
SiliconSouthWest Launches Test Lab in Bath with Focus on Supporting Start Up Companies Newswire Today
Giant Natural Particle Accelerator Above Thunderclouds Yuba Net
SiliconSouthWest Launches Test Lab in Bath Measurement Devices
Allergen testing guidance offers hope to frustrated food manufacturers Food Manufacture
Huge Natural Particle Accelerators Observed During Storms CR4
Test lab launches to support start ups New Electronics
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath with Focus on supporting start up companies Widespread PR
Giant natural particle accelerator discovered above thunderclouds Phys Org
The remedy for hunger Live Mint
SiliconSouthWest launches test lab in Bath with Focus on supporting start up companies PR-inside
Giant Natural Particle Accelerator Above Thunderclouds Science Daily

13 April 2010
Researchers to develop 'green' cement from rice husks Aggregate Research
Scientists develop eco-concrete from rice husks BBC News
Holding steady amid turbulence Financial Times

12 April 2010
龙永图退周文熏接 新浪, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
Research on for green cement component Compute Scotland
Researchers to develop 'green' cement from rice husks Phys Org
£50m boost for dementia care Bath Chronicle

11 April 2010
周文重:向世界发出亚洲的声音 新华网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)

10 April 2010
Paske's Olympic hopes boosted by silver medal Herald Express

9 April 2010
周文重任秘书长 QQ, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
八华人竞逐英国大选写历史新页 无台湾背景华人 搜狐, China (Alumni: JiaHui Ling)
Bath Uni graduates bring market event to city BBC Bristol
Campaigns: Environment - BaleHaus offers renewable alternative Brand Republic
Bath Uni graduates bring market event to city BBC Bristol News
Campaigns: Environment - BaleHaus offers renewable alternative PR Week

8 April 2010
The Barometer of Life Science Mag
Breakthrough Tool For Biomedical Research Articles Base
The Role of European Policy on Illicit Drugs in the Construction of the Public Domain Tampereen
Did Melanie's killer keep her clothes as a trophy? Bath Chronicle
DIIS og Dansk Selskab for Europaforskning inviterer til årsmøde DIIS
What are you reading? THE
Grant winners THE
Phone book et al: one paper, 45 references, 144 authors THE
Porous materials for CO2 absorption The Engineer
Economic downturn spawns new dynamism Independent
Problem watercress: grows shoots and leaves The Times
Treasure hunter returns lost items to owner Oxford Mail

7 April 2010
Navtech Radar and Bath University triumph at 2010 KTP Awards Silobreaker
Wonderful watercress A-Z! Closer Online
Turning CO2 Back Into Fuel Nanotechnology Now
University of Bath Saves £25K and Speeds-up Processing of 60,000 Invoices per Year with Version One Finance Week
Richard appointed assistant manager at city accountants South West Business
Turning CO2 Back into Fuel Discovery News
Navtech Radar and Bath University triumph at 2010 KTP Awards Info 4 Security
Richard appointed assistant manager at city accountants The Herald

6 April 2010
Flossen-Power PM
Research noses ahead We the people will not be chipped
Building engineering physics as the key to buildings of the future Modern Business
Research noses ahead Guardian

4 April 2010
Forget Avatar, the real 3D revolution is coming to your front room Guardian

3 April 2010
Silbersocke, Plastikhemd Welt Online

2 April 2010
MOGG ADDS TWO Non League Daily

1 April 2010
Freeman Technology to Highlight FT4 At RDD DDD Mag
Being a funeral director may sound grim, but your work is much appreciated Independent
University saving £25k per year with new data solution BCS
Brian Kelly: Off the digi-scale IT Week
Brian Kelly: Off the digi-scale Information World Review
University of Bath makes cost-efficiencies with ERP and data capture platforms Education Pages
DCSF Launches New Drive To Reduce Carbon Emissions In School eGov Monitor
New academics join Kent's leading centre for teacher training Canterbury Christ Church University
Pairing up against cancer Chemistry World
College principal calls for more employer involvement Swindon Business News

March 2010

31 March 2010
On Track Innovations Ltd. (OTI) Announces Two New Board Members Zibb
Better Regulation : Parliamentary event European Public Health Alliance
Researchers Scope Method to Directly Convert CO2 Into Car Fuel Earth Techling
On Track Innovations Ltd. (OTI) Announces Two New Board Members MarketWatch
University of Bath Saves £25K and Speeds-up Processing of 60,000 Invoices per Year with Version One Integrated into UNIT4’s Agresso Business World Document Management News
Duke of York's 'voluptuous' new equerry looks like Sarah Ferguson Telegraph
New mayor announced Bath Chronicle
Meet Airmiles Andy's single, voluptuous new equerry... and doesn't she look like Fergie Daily Mail

30 March 2010
启德北京2010入学英国名校录取名单快报 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Project to make car fuel from thin air Physorg
Centrose Appoints Raymond Schinazi to Executive Board of Members Biotech Intelligence
Tech from a Small Island: LavAzza A Modo Mio, Nasal Identification and Ila Wedge with Hidden Camera Chip Chick
Work after Globalization: Building Occupational Citizenship Zvents
Appoints Raymond Schinazi to executive board of members Wisbusiness
ATI Stellram sponsors student race team Machinery
Researchers attempt to use airborne carbon dioxide for car fuel Smart Planet

29 March 2010
2010年度第二批大本钟奖候选人正式出炉 QQ, China (Alumni: Philip Ling)
Making Car Fuel From Thin Air
Product Design & Development
Car fuel to be generated from thin air IB Times

26 March 2010
ATI Stellram supplies tools to student racing team Manufacturing Talk
Microsoft's Hotmail flicks finger at UK students The Register
Nose Recognition Offers New Biometric Hope SecuObs
任南琪副校长会见英国巴斯大学副校长 哈尔滨工业大学新闻网, China (Staff: Prof Kevin Edge and Prof Gary Hawley)
ATI Stellram supplies tools to student racing team Manufacturing Talk
Paliwo z powietrza. Roik
Carbon emissions could be turned into car fuel, research claims Energy Saving Trust
Ten steps to getting a good-mood home Talk Talk

25 March 2010
2010年英国十大杰出华人青年候选人凌家辉 QQ, China (Alumni: Philip Ling)
Making fuel from thin air Bath Chronicle
Make the most of the MoD sites Bath Chronicle
Researchers aim to help pregnant mums quit smoking Silobreaker
PCF project unites European experts Optics
Pollutant to profit – nanoscience turns carbon on its head Click Green
UK Universities get £1.4M for CO2 to fuel research Carbon Capture Journal
Researchers aim to help pregnant mums quit smoking Health Canal
Navtech Radar and Bath University Wins Prestigious KTP Award 2010 CCTV Info
Universities working on green fuel project Low Carbon Economy
Green Youtube founder is Limehouse and Poplar candidate for the Green Party Response Source
Young scientist's mission to revolutionise space travel This is Wiltshire
£1.4 million to make car fuel from thin air Media Newswire
Organ donors treble in Bath Bath Chronicle
Now Available Online: Web Archiving (State of the Art Report) Resource Shelf
Turning Carbon Dioxide into Car Fuel Softpedia
Making Car Fuel from Thin Air Science Daily

24 March 2010
Paralympian swaps skis for bikes Swindon Advertiser
Passive smoking in our homes and cars remains major hazard to the health of our children PhysOrg
Switch off for the planet Bath Chronicle
Bath and Bristol universities aim for car fuel from CO2 BBC News Beds, Bucks & Herts
Car fuel to be generated from thin air The Green Car Website
Bath and Bristol universities aim for car fuel from CO2 BBC News
9,500 children admitted to hospital every year because of exposure to secondhand smoke News Distribution Services
£1.4 Million Funding from EPSRC to Develop New Technology that Produces Car Fuel from Carbon dioxide Azocleantech
Switch off for the planet Bath Chronicle
Reporter aids Ugandan mudslide victims Hold the front page
From pollutant to profit - nanoscience turns carbon on its head Nano Tech Wire
Snowboarding success: the British Junior Champion Jamie Barrow is racing ahead Independent
Snowboarding success: the British Junior Champion racing ahead Tree Hugger
The Bath University Rugby Shuttle Test (BURST): A Pilot Study PubMed
Directed Self-Assembly of Dipeptides to Form Ultrathin Hydrogel Membranes PubMed
Isocaloric carbohydrate versus carbohydrate-protein ingestion and cycling time-trial performance PubMed
The role of force control agents in high-dose dry powder inhaler formulations PubMed

23 March 2010
Profitable pollutant: carbon turnaround Computer Scotland
£1.4 million to make car fuel from thin air University of Bristol
EPSRC: From pollutant to profit – nanoscience turns carbon on its head Politics
Three New Research Projects Could Convert Carbon from a Pollutant into a Useful Product Azocleantech
From pollutant to profit - nanotechnology turns carbon on its head Nano Werk
Martyn Ratcliffe InvestEgate
From pollutant to profit -- nanoscience turns carbon on its head R & D Magazine
From pollutant to profit – nanoscience turns carbon on its head Earth Times
Elisa's disappearance has been linked to Heather Barnett murder Daily Echo
Microemulsion formulations for the transdermal delivery of testosterone PubMed
Selective abortion and the evolution of genomic imprinting PubMed

22 March 2010
你知道鼻子识别技术吗? 网易, China (Research: Nose identification)
Pearson Appoints Simon Juden 'Head Of Public Policy' Booktrade

20 March 2010
建设国际化大都市专题轮训班开班千军昌动员王海峰作报 告... 中国咸阳, China (Alumni: Haifeng Wang)
Fabber And Reprap 3d Printers: Make Your Own 3d Printer Article Dashboard
Jon's hopes to be written in the sand Evening Post
Students to invite their neighbours round to get gardening Media Newswire
The role of Cdx2 in Barrett's metaplasia PubMed
Barrett's metaplasia: molecular mechanisms and nutritional influences PubMed
Use of simulated patients to assess the clinical and communication skills of community pharmacists PubMed
Solvent-Dependent Changes in Molecular Reorientation Dynamics: The Role of Solvent-Solvent Interactions PubMed

19 March 2010
新能源材料中的物理ICAM国际研讨会将于5月在京召开 索比太阳能网, China (Staff: Prof. L. M. Peter)
新能源材料中的物理ICAM国际研讨会将于5月在京召开 中国能源信息网, China (Staff: Prof. L. M. Peter)
Business boffins Growth Business
What are the benefits for pharmacists of engaging in practice research? PJ Online
Graham's blog Friday 19 March 2010 Graham Watson
Richmond man’s vital role with heroines of the Winter Olympics Darlington and Stockton Times
University Centre Yeovil hosts social media conference This is the West Country
Criticism of Ashton is 'unfair' The Parliament
Use of simulated patients to assess the clinical and communication skills of community pharmacists PubMed
Solvent-Dependent Changes in Molecular Reorientation Dynamics: The Role of Solvent-Solvent Interactions PubMed

18 March 2010
留学英国,口译考试让我蜕变 中国新闻网, China (Alumni: Xue-Cong MA)
留学英国,口译考试让我蜕变 新民网, China (Alumni: Xue-Cong MA)
"稻草房"比传统建筑还坚固 专家看好其前景 中国教育, China (Staff: Peter Walker)
稻草造房子 低碳防火 中国生物技术信息网, China (Staff: Peter Walker)
英国工程师建造"稻草房" 比传统建筑还坚固(图) 中国经济网, China (Staff: Peter Walker)
All-rounder Zohaib dies week after marriage Rising Kashmir
Morgan Stanley Said to Hire Pearson for Car Research Business Week
The BaleHaus: Saving the Three Little Pigs Allianz Knowledge Partnersite
New hospice chief exec is familiar face Sheffield Telegraph
Companies that value diversity are also more likely to be eco-friendly Human Resources
New hospice chief exec is familiar face The Star
Women Mean Business goes Head Over Heels with Margaret Heffernan PR Inside
Live imaging of Drosophila melanogaster embryonic hemocyte migrations PubMed
Technologically-assisted behaviour change: a systematic review of studies of novel technologies for the management of chronic illness PubMed

17 March 2010
Liberate our universities Telegraph
Nose scanner identity verification developed GizMag
The Nose Knows Next Gov
The Standardization of Higher Education and the Graduate Labour Market Middle East Online
A qualitative exploration of carers' and 'patients' experiences of fibromyalgia: one illness, different perspectives. PubMed
Predicting quality of life for people living with HIV: international evidence from seven cultures. PubMed
Synthesis, Antitubulin, and Antiproliferative SAR of Analogues of 2-Methoxyestradiol-3,17-O,O-bis-sulfamate. PubMed

16 March 2010
Good Looks Costing Less ADF
Boffins come up with new biometrics Fudzilla
Students working in sex trade increases over 10 years BBC News

15 March 2010
广东工业大学2010 年全日制硕士生招生调剂信息 齐鲁网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
教科学家创业 网易, China (Staff: Doctor Sofia I. Pascu)
欧盟首位外交官年薪达32万英镑 成最高薪女政要 搜狐, China (Staff: Professor Richard G. Whitman)
5 Ways to Value Hemp Tree Hugger
Pedal-powered submarine on Channel 5 tonight Road
Talan makes early start at Paralympics Bath Chronicle
Honour student Chelsea recalls her memorable trip to United Nations Royal Gazette

13 March 2010
英国科学家:根据鼻子抓罪犯 青年参考, China (Research: Nose identifications)
英国科学家:根据鼻子抓罪犯 新民网, China (Research: Nose identifications)
The business case for voluntary disclosure HazMat Management Magazine
Manganese enhances prion protein survival in model soils and increases prion infectivity to cells PubMed

12 March 2010
欧亚各国 热门专业及名校推荐 凤凰网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Young engineer wins top accolade at national research competition The Royal Academy of Engineering
England star Spencer ready for Bath switch Hayling Islander
Avanquest gears up for estate app push Yahoo
Avanquest gears up for estate app push Channel Web
Badminton All England 2010: British mixed doubles lead home hopes Telegraph
Clinical governance issues arising from the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Pharmacy Workforce Survey (England) 2006 PubMed

11 March 2010
University signs agreement with Malaysia This is Somerset
The 7 habits of highly effective CPOs CPO Agenda
Bath Half half-dozen's verdict Bath Chronicle
The property market in Bath is hotter than ever Telegraph
There's plenty left for me to achieve says Amy Bath Chronicle
Mum can finally chill after pair scoop deal with store Yorkshire Post
Photos: Nose scanners - the new face of biometrics? Silicon
Transdermal drug delivery PubMed

10 March 2010
重大国际硕士预备课程(MPP)招生 新民网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
重大国际硕士预备课程(MPP)招生 中国网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Students unite for Haiti fundraising concert This is Somerset
SPIRIT TALK MBIRA This is Somerset
Malaysia choose University of Bath for Olympic camp BBC News
What comes after rugby? Financial Times
REDLAND Good Looks Costing Less Building Design
Students unite for Haiti fundraising concert Bath Chronicle
Royal Academy of Engineering presents fresh approach to CO2 Modern Building Services
Gateshead firm walking on air after £750,000 boost Ne Business

9 March 2010
Morgan Stanley Said to Hire Pearson for Car Research Business Week
Montre-moi ton nez et je te dirai qui tu es Arcinfo.ch
Apology over race results hitch Bath Chronicle
Oligomeric alpha-synuclein and its role in neuronal death PubMed
Toward understanding acceptance and psychological flexibility in chronic pain PubMed

8 March
海洋仿生机器人:首条机器鱼2843个零件组成 金黔在线, China (Staff: Keri Collins and Ryan Ladd)
Big two parties blamed for rise of far-right University of Manchester
Big two parties blamed for rise of far-right Bioscience Technology

6 March 2010
Seeking support: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of an Internet message board for people with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. PubMed
Isolation and culture of adult mouse hepatocytes. PubMed
Isolation and culture of embryonic pancreas and liver. PubMed
Isolation, culture, and characterisation of mouse embryonic oesophagus and intestine. PubMed

5 March 2010
From drawing boards to debt: Four generations speak out Building Design
Nose Scanning – A Revolution in Biometrics India Business Blog
UNESCO: Conferences and cultural events to celebrate International Women’s Day Global Arab Network
Researchers say nose an accurate biometric indicator; could join fingerprint, iris scanning Smart Planet
Forget Fingerprints – Supersleuths Develops Software to Analyze the Nose Daily India
Forget Fingerprints – Supersleuths Develops Software to Analyze the Nose Imapct Lab
How Bristol engineers helped golden girl Amy Williams to Olympic success Bristol Evening Post
Engineering helps win Olympic gold The Institution of Engineering and Technology
How nose scans can be used to sniff out terrorism Daily Mail
Supersleuths develop software that reveals what your nose says about you Daily Mail
10 PhD Scholarships in Film Visual Effects, Computer Games, Virtual Worlds and Animation Scholarship Positions
Software sniffs out criminals by the shape of their nose Mumbai Mirror
Nitric oxide suppresses cerebral vasomotion by sGC-independent effects on ryanodine receptors and voltage-gated calcium channels PubMed
Pathogenic mechanisms of disease in myositis: autoantigens as clues PubMed

4 March 2010
启德客户被密得萨斯大学口译硕士专业录 取,学费减免50% 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
许善达:中国对外资本输出 如何降低安全风险 人民网, China (Alumni: Shanda Xu)
金吉列留学第四十五... 中国财经网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
金吉列留学第四十五期留学信息首发 中国电子政务资讯网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
继虹膜、指纹、DNA后 鼻子形状或成生物识别新手段 中国网, China (Research: Nose identification)
鼻子形状或成生物识别新手段 生物谷, China (Research: Nose identification)
光伏材料:廉价用能的关键 国家石油和化工网, China (Staff: Professor Laurie Peter)
女“外长”引发欧盟外交慌 新京报网, China (Staff: Professor Richard G. Whitman)
欧盟女“外长”引发外交慌 担心其发声不够响亮 新华网, China (Staff: Professor Richard G. Whitman)
女"外长"引发欧盟外交慌 新浪, China (Staff: Professor Richard G. Whitman)Amy Williams thanks Southampton scientists who helped her win Winter Olympic gold Southern Daily Echo
Last Minute Listing: Humans Riding on the Backs of Dinosaurs Londonist
Amy Williams returns for bus parade BBC News Bristol
Police May Be Able To 'Nose' Around For Suspects WBUR
Police May Be Able To 'Nose' Around For Suspects NPR
Does the Female Ennuch still have balls? Independent
Nose Comes Out Front In New Identity Test Sky News
Electrically Active Bioceramics: A Review of Interfacial Responses PubMed

3 March 2010
许善达:最低工资标准还有上升空间 人民网, China (Alumni: Shanda Xu)
许善达:除了买美国国债 我们还可以怎样抑制通胀 人民网, China (Alumni: Shanda Xu)
英国开发出基于鼻子形状的身份识别系统 新华网, China (Research: Nose identifications)
英国开发出基于鼻子形状的身份识别系统 浙江在线, China (Research: Nose identifications)
英国开发出基于鼻子形状的身份识别系统 MSN中国, China (Research: Nose identifications)
Nose identifications 'better than fingerprints' My Eye Witness News
A nose in front of fingerprints ABC Online
Cancer survivor runs for her life Bath Chronicle
It's great to be home, says Olympic gold medal star Amy Williams Evening Post
Biometrie erkennt uns an der Nase g-o.de - geoscience
By a nose, you're unique; British researchers zero in on physical feature as identifying biometric that can't fool cameras Airport Business
Biometrics' Researchers Say Follow Your Nose SecuObs
Software Sniffs Out Criminals By the Shape of Their Nose Communications of the ACM
Heroes reception for Amy Williams as Britain's Winter Olympics golden girl is paraded in Bath Daily Mail
Amy Williams goes back to school on Olympics victory tour of Bath Guardian
'Templar crucifixion nail' found in imaginary country - but is it a hoax? Examinar
AMY WILLIAMS HAILED BY HOME CITY Sporting Life
New identity authentication method: nose biometrics HSNW
Olympic Golden Girl Amy's Victory Bus Tour BRMB
Nose Comes Out Front In New Identity Test Ten 17
How nose scans can be used to sniff out terrorism Daily Mail
Golden girl Amy Williams to take victory tour around Bath 24 Dash
An den Nasen könnt ihr sie erkennen Telepolis
Now, Noses Will Be Scanned For Identification EFY Times
Lady Ashton takes flak in EU diplomatic battle BBC News
Nose identifications 'better than fingerprints' Bartlesville Live
Something Smells Like…Biometrics Security Magazine
PAIR FIGHT FOR A SCOOP OF ICE-CREAM MARKET The Express
Nose identifications 'better than fingerprints' ABC Action News
Now, human nose can help fight terrorism: Scientists Press Trust of India
Pick your news The Sun
Software Sniffs Out Criminals by The Shape of Their Nose Digg
AMY WILLIAMS STUNNED BY GOLD Sporting Life
Researches discover nasal biometric Security Info Watch
Noses Beat Eyes as a Biometric Identification Marker Popular Science
Thousands welcome golden girl Amy home to Bath Bath Chronicle
Nose Recognition Offers New Biometric Hope Security International
New weapon in fight against terror - the nose NEWS
New weapon in fight against terror - the nose The Australian
Now, human nose can help fight terrorism: Scientists Deccan Chronicle
Noses have it in battle against crime Bath Chronicle
Post-culture treatment protocols for PLGA membrane scaffolds PubMed

2 March 2010
GPS Jamming and Interference Sparks UK Concerns, Technical Solutions Inside GNSS
Viewers more likely to ignore creative TV ads TV Next
Acculis Breakthrough Liver Cancer Treatment Gets Green Light Medical News Today
Channel Partners deliver cost savings for Estate Management Source Wire
Software Sniffs out Criminals by the Shape of Their Nose Science Daily
Nasal recognition system The engineer
Benefits of analytics for decision making in the healthcare sector Bjh & Cim
'Now, human nose can help fight terrorism' ZeeNews
Neusscan nieuw wapen politie De Telegraaf
British Scientist Says Terrorists Can Be Identified By Their Noses My Fox Tampa Bay
De neus als nieuw wapen in misdaadbestrijding Reformatorisch Dagblad
Scientists nose out new ID weapon The Scotsman
We nose who you are, say scientists sniffing out identity Bristol 24-7
Nose scanning techniques could sniff out criminals BBC News
Scientists nose out new ID weapon Scotsman
New scan could nose out criminals Day Life
Latest weapon in fight against terrorism – the human nose Telepgraph
Nose scanning - the newest way to blow security hooter Little About
Nose scanning - the newest way to blow security hooter Yahoo India
New Way To Blow Security Hooter Security Oracle
Isocaloric carbohydrate versus carbohydrate-protein ingestion and cycling time-trial performance PubMed
Adolescent chronic pain-related functioning: Concordance and discordance of mother-proxy and self-report ratings PubMed
"Working the system"--British American tobacco's influence on the European union treaty and its implications for policy: an analysis of internal tobacco industry documents PubMed

1 March 2010
微波治疗肝癌效果良好 快速起效副作用少 人民网, China (Staff: Professor Nigel Cronin and Professor Peter Clegg)
微波治疗肝癌效果良好 快速起效副作用少 中国网, China (Staff: Professor Nigel Cronin and Professor Peter Clegg)
微波能量杀死癌组织探头研发成功 生物谷, China (Staff: Professor Nigel Cronin and Professor Peter Clegg)
TV-Werbung wirkt besser bei Unaufmerksamkeit Innovations Report
Can this man clean up Cape Town? Real Estate Web

February 2010

28 February 2010
UK Focuses on GPS Jamming & Interference
Students throw up - in a good way Bath Chronicle
Bath time blues at guitar school for rock band teenagers Daily Mail
Scientist to entrepreneur Financial Times

27 February 2010
Biomimetics--a review PubMed

26 February 2010
Acculis Breakthrough Liver Cancer Treatment gets Green Light Earth Times
Researcher wins £500 The Herald
More candidates want foreign education Next
Acculis Breakthrough Liver Cancer Treatment gets Green Light Business Wire
Open top honour for golden girl Amy This is Somerset
Open top honour for golden girl Amy Bath Chronicle
Protein arginine methylation: a new handle on T lymphocytes? PubMed
Haem oxygenase-1 induction protects against tumour necrosis factor alpha impairment of endothelial-dependent rel axation in rat isolated pulmonary artery PubMed
Liquid-liquid ion transport junctions based on paired gold electrodes in generator-collector mod e PubMed

25 February 2010
名校留学、莫忘低碳 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
In the mind's eye: The art of eye-ball grabbing The Economic Times
University of Bath - Silicon sick THE
Admit it, you love TV ads The Sun Chronicle
Study results from University of Bath provide new insights into applied probability research Insurance News
Bringing science to life Sec Ed
Viewers more likely to ignore creative TV ads India Interacts
Viewers more likely to ignore creative TV ads Little About
Creative TV ads are more likely to be ignored by Viewers Top News
Viewers more likely to ignore creative TV ads Yahoo India
Viewers more likely to ignore creative TV ads Daily Kerala
TV Ads May Be More Effective If We Pay Less Attention Science Daily

24 February 2010
Circus skills day at university Bath Chronicle
Creative TV ads 'more successful' Yahoo Uk & Ireland
Creative television adverts 'make us more susceptible to sales messages' Telegraph
ERM Guide: networking evening 20 April The Actuary
Creative adverts work 'because viewers are relaxed' Irish Examiner
University of Bath celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight the Mad Hatter way Media Newswire
Public Lecture: Religion and ritual in the prehistoric Aegean Media Newswire
Professor braves South Pole in the name of science Media Newswire
Chairman of Banco Santander visits University of Bath Media Newswire
Chance to see rising stars of dance world Bath Chronicle
Anthony Hollander: a stem cell researcher Careers BMJ
Analysis of protein glycation using phenylboronate acrylamide gel electrophoresis PubMed
Arabidopsis FAB1/PIKfyve proteins are essential for development of viable pollen PubMed

23 February 2010
Tamkeen and Ernst & Young launch CIMA Post-Graduate Qualification in Business Accounting and Islamic Finance Zawya
Amy: 'Medal fame won't change me' This is Somerset
WILLIAMS HOBBY TURNED TO GOLD Sporting Life
Robotic patient helps Bath pharmacy students practice diagnosis Medical Technology Business Europe
Protein-pumps driven by light Chemistry World
Researchers track evolution and spread of drug-resistant bacteria across hospitals and continents Pharmacy Choice
Exploring smoking prevalence, quit attempts, and readiness to quit cigarette use among women in substance abuse treatment PubMed
Liminality in Language Use: Some Thoughts on Interactional Analysis from a Dialogical Perspective PubMed
Discovery of a putative acetoin dehydrogenase complex in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus solfataricus PubMed
Fluid phase coexistence and critical behavior from simulations in the restricted Gibbs ensemble PubMed
GroEL dependency affects codon usage--support for a critical role of misfolding in gene evolution PubMed

22 February 2010
Deiniol back in the Welsh big time after playing the waiting game Wales Online
Clutching at straw Glass & Glazing Products
Overthrowing democracy Gair Rhydd
Amy: 'Medal fame won't change me' Bath Chronicle
Winter Olympics: Amy Williams hopes Britain builds on her success Evening Standard

21 February 2010
Simon Timson’s golden vision fulfilled The Times
Amy Williams hurtles to Olympic glory The Scotsman
A golden triumph in Vancouver Independent
Colden girl The Mirror
Amy Williams wins GOLD in Skeleton Bobsleigh at Vancouver Olympics News of the World
AMY WILLIAMS ENDS 30 YEAR WAIT Express

20 February 2010
Amy slides to olympic gold Evening News
Britain's new Olympic champion Amy Williams reveals: I thought that I'd finished third Daily Mail
Nightly routine that enabled Amy Williams to power to Winter Olympic gold Telegraph
Fluorescent Copper(II) Bis(thiosemicarbazonates): Synthesis, Structures, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Radiolabeling, In Vitro Cytotoxicity and Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy Studies PubMed
Diverse antiepileptic drugs increase the ratio of background synaptic inhibition to excitation and decrease neuronal excitability in neurones of the rat entorhinal cortex in vitro PubMed

19 February 2010
Balehaus supplied with ventilation by Windowmaster Building Talk
Amy Williams wins historic gold medal at Winter Olympics Bath Chronicle
Identifying experimental methods to determine the effect of pain on attention: a review of pain, caffeine, alcohol and nicotine studies PubMed
Paralympian is guest at sports activity day Swindon Advertiser
WindowMaster Clutching at Straw on Balehaus Natural Ventilation Project PRlog
Amy Williams is Britain's best hope for Olympic gold Evening Standard

18 February 2010
中国驻美大使惜别华盛顿:中美和则两利 斗则俱伤 中华网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
驻美大使周文重即将离任(图) 新民网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
驻美大使周文重即将离任(图) 网易, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
Williams poised for historic skeleton victory Inside the Games
European experiences European Voice
SimMan 3G robot patient helps Bath pharmacy students Chemist and Drugist
JUDO: Reed keeps eyes on the prize Wiltshire Gazette & Herald
Schmid targeting one medal at Winter Olympics Bath Chronicle
English 100m and 200m breastroke swimmer Rich Webb sets sights on Olympics Gloucestershire Gazette
Iridium-catalysed amine alkylation with alcohols in water PubMed
The fabrication of mono-domain highly ordered nanoporous alumina on a wafer scale by a guided electric field PubMed
In vivo transungual iontophoresis: effect of DC current application on ionic transport and on transonychial water loss PubMed

17 February 2010
中国前驻美国大使周文重简历 人民网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
中国驻美国特命全权大使周文重简历 齐鲁网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
中国前驻美国大使周文重简历 中国网, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
BENTLEY SYSTEMS - Registration Now Open For Smartgeometry 2010 Conference Taking Place March 23-24 In Barcelona Building Design News
Soundbites Bath Chronicle
Health designer at Downing Street Bath Chronicle
UK composites project for greener aviation The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Robot patient helps Bath pharmacy students to learn BBC News Bristol
Spending cuts will worsen the recession Guardian
Visual Assessment of the Spine Bruckel Instrument, a Novel Status Tool to Reflect Appearance of the Spine in Patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis PubMed
An atomic force microscope nanoscalpel for nanolithography and biological applications PubMed

16 February 2010
Why robot Simon's the model patient South West Business
Bristol cadets get busy helping out on ship Bristol Evening Post
Pharmacy Students Practice Diagnostic Skills On Robotic Patient Product Design & Development
Maths program for autistic children The Engineer
Master's of your own domain Guardian
Green Cement to cut down carbon emissions in the works Top News
Pharmacy Students Practise Diagnostic Skills On Robotic Patient Medical News Today
UK, Indian researchers all set to turn "cement green" with innovative formula PunjabNewsline
Why robot Simon's the model patient Bath Chronicle
Live Imaging Of <em>Drosophila melanogaster </em>Embryonic Hemocyte Migrations PubMed
Transungual iontophoresis of lithium and sodium: Effect of pH and co-ion competition on cationic transport numbers PubMed
Host-Pathogen Interactions: Proline Gives Insect Pathogens the Green Light PubMed
Synthesis of Temperature Responsive Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Using Ultrasound Irradiation PubMed

15 February 2010
Pharmacy students practise diagnostic skills on robotic patient Wellsphere
Bath students practice their skills on robotic patient BBC News Bristol
10 ways to a six pack Mens Health
Pharmacy Students Practice Diagnostic Skills on Robotic Patient Science Daily
Cooper Controls announce new brand manager Techie Talk
Patricia Clarke obituary Guardian
Why Does Lindsey Vonn Have Cheese on Her Leg? Slate
NHS told to exploit business data analysis Smart Healthcare

13 February 2010
The full cultural experience for Calne pupilsGazette & Herald
Highly Potent First Examples of Dual Aromatase-Steroid Sulfatase Inhibitors based on a Biphenyl Template (dagger) PubMed

12 Frebruary 2010
启德厦门2009年下半年录取捷报榜 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
China Milk bond default turns heat on managers Agri Money
Green technology spin-out receives major funding boost Nano Werk
Historical research is critical to the university’s reputation The Argus
Scientists develop personal food factory The Times
University of Bath student makes national beauty final BBC News Bristol
Boss intends to enhance reputation of Bradford management faculty Bradford Telegraph Argus
History cuts at Sussex Telegraph
Shelley Rudman & Kristan Bromley: 'It's beyond extreme. You need survival insticts' Independent
The influence of a hot environment on parental cooperation of a ground-nesting shorebird, the Kentish plover Charadrius alexandrinus PubMed

11 February 2010
Costs undermine Eurocode switchover New Civil Engineer
PLAYERS SET TO SIDE-STEP INJURIES Sporting Life
Exmouth student nominated for beauty pageant Devon 24
Decline In Exposure To Secondhand Smoke Among Children In England Since 1996 Medical News Today
Choir quits in protest after Leonard Cohen-loving vicar sacks their rather more traditional choirmaster Daily Mail
Wales can raise the roof, if not open it, against Scotland in Six Nations Guardian
Solar flares may severely affect GPS signals GIS Developement
Sun disrupting sat navs The Move Channel
Lightning Laura gets taste of the big time Bath Chronicle
Radiation from "solar maximum" to disrupt satellite navigation networks Yahoo India
Radiation from "solar maximum" to disrupt satellite navigation networks Big News Network
Radiation from solar maximum to disrupt satellite navigation networks Little About
Is it time to name universities that don't make the grade? Independent
Radiation from 'solar maximum' to disrupt satellite navigation networks NewKerala
Radiation from “solar maximum” to disrupt satellite navigation networks Thaindian

10 February 2010
创造创新之才 爱国爱乡之志(图) 新民网, China (Alumni: Yuan-Huai Han)
山西省首批“百人计划”海外高层次人才简介 中新山西网, China (Alumni: Yuan-Huai Han)
创造创新之才 爱国爱乡之志 QQ, China (Alumni: Yuan-Huai Han)
Joy at pub's revival Bristol Evening Post
GPS Signals Lost with Intense Solar Activity Digital Trends
Workshop needs 60 participants to create a new piece of music Bath Chronicle
Solar Activity Could Interfere with GPS Signals Daily Tech
Exposure To Secondhand Smoke Among Children In England Has Declined Since 1996 Med Compare
Solar flares to ruin cab journeys The Inquirer
Stronger radiation from the Sun 'will cause sat-navs to fail', scientists warn Telegraph
A £1.4 million project will investigate new ways of using composite materials for wing panels in aircraft Machinery
Ukraine vote goes to the highest bidder Guardian
New Conference For New Look Society - Royal Pharmaceutical Society Of Great Britain Medical News Today
Learn how to tweet Bath Chronicle
Sat-nav devices face big errors as solar activity rises BBC News
BAE veteran Powell to head Stellenbosch MBA Business Report
Cooper Controls Announces New Brand Manager for Entertainment Brands Lighting & Sound Amercia
Exposure to secondhand smoke among children in England has declined since 1996 News Guide
Studying bi body image Star Observer
Single Protein Molecule Mapping with Magnetic Atomic Force Microscopy PubMed
Copper Binding Regulates Intracellular Alpha-Synuclein Localisation, Aggregation and Toxicity PubMed

9 February 2010
Leading business school names new dean Yorkshire Post
Exposure To Secondhand Smoke In English Children has Declined RedOrbit
Professor Glynis Breakwell Guardian
Call to end white, male, middle- class bias in public bodies Bristol 247
Cooper Controls Announce New Brand Manager for Entertainment Brands ET Now
Tracking MRSA evolution and transmission Pharmacy Choice
Increasing the efficiency of hydraulic power Istock Analyst
Shelley Rudman: 'I could feel the blood leaking out of my helmet' Guardian
Ruthenium-Catalyzed Alkene Synthesis by the Decarbonylative Coupling of Aldehydes with Alkynes PubMed
Constituents and secondary metabolite natural products in fresh and deteriorated cassava roots PubMed
Kinetic evidence for unique regulation of GLUT4 trafficking by insulin and AMP-activated protein kinase activators in L6 myotubes PubMed
How does infl ammation cause Barrett's metaplasia? PubMed
Expression of E2F transcription factor family genes during chick wing development PubMed

8 February 2010
Exposure to Secondhand Smoke Among Children in England Has Declined Since 1996 Science Daily
Bradford chooses dean with corporate credentials Financial Times
Exposure to secondhand smoke among children in England has declined since 1996 EurekAlert!
Exposure to passive smoking falls Yahoo Uk & Ireland
Exposure to secondhand smoke among children in England has declined since 1996 Addiction
Exposure to passive smoking falls The Press Association
Is the evidence being swamped in the "lowlands"? Prevention Action

7 February 2010
中国驻美大使周文重将离任(图) 网易, China (Alumni: Wenzhong Zhou)
Online Dating at 15: Despite Flaws, a Fruitful Tool Discovery News

6 February 2010
Rise of the robots at Hilperton's Lego design day Wiltshire Times
How to hang on to the captaincy: Steve Borthwick v John Terry The Times
Simple tricks help develop kids’ language skills Mumbai Mirror
Catalytic Enantioselective Dieckmann-Type Annulation: Synthesis of Pyrrolidines with Quaternary Stereogenic Centers PubMed
Enantioselective desymmetrizing palladium catalyzed carbonylation reactions: the catalytic asymmetric synthesis of quaternary carbon center containing 1,3-dienes PubMed

5 February 2010
Interview: James Wong, ethnobotanist and TV presenter, Countryfile and Grow Your Own Drugs Horticulture Week
Lewis in homecoming for Rhayader County Times
Uni team tackles aircraft emissions South West Business
Engineers set out to green air travel Thaindian
Simple strategies can help develop kids' language skills Yahoo India
Engineers set out to green air travel India Interacts
Engineers set out to green air travel Daily Kerala
USB appoints new director The Financial
Simple strategies can help develop kids' language skills New Kerala
Quiet parents help kids speak Science Alert
The Incidence of Myasthenia Gravis: A Systematic Literature Review PubMed

4 February 2010
Storyteller comes to Chatham, Trailside begins Gentle Yoga, it's all happening Around the Towns NJ
Gender Awareness Lacking In Back To Work Policies Medical News Today
Bringing science to life with an amazing 3D printer This is Somerset
Scientists tackle and trace infection prevention and control EUROPA
Less talk from parents can encourage more speech from children, study shows Health Canal
Refusal to comply on impact failing to sink grant applications THE
Less talk from parents can encourage more speech from children, study shows University of Sydney

3 February 2010
Back To Work Policies Need Gender Awareness RedOrbit
Measuring very large objects Machinery Market
Engineers Aim to Make Air Travel Greener Science Daily
Vote here for the best student viral video The Ecologist
TV dance stars come to Bath Bath Chronicle
Tesla Hires Toyota Manufacturing Expert Yahoo US
Motors announced - Tesla Hires Toyota Manufacturing Expert Ad Hoc News
An organo-silver compound that shows antimicrobial activity against Pseudomonas aeruginosa as a monomer and plasma deposited film PubMed

2 February 2010
What's On listings for week beginning February 4 This is Somerset
Bullman Investment Management LLP Launches KTP with University of Bath, School of Management SYS-CON Media
PI3K isoforms as drug targets in inflammatory diseases: lessons from pharmacological and genetic strategies PubMed
Author steps up assisted suicide campaign Bath Chronicle
Bath scientists aim to side-step rugby injuries Bath Chronicle

1 February 2010
Going gets tough for race runners Bath Chronicle
Rugby chief's pledge to consult over new stadium South West News
Energy Outlook is Old Guard Topic, February 9th The Alternative Press
Power generation reward scheme The Engineer
Government's microgeneration cash-back scheme slammed New Civil Engineer
Revolutionary strategy for control and prevention of hospital superbugs MTB Europe

January 2010

31 January 2010
Top marks for Penarth student Penarth Times

30 January 2010
Time-Dependent Compressive Deformation of the Ageing Spine: Relevance to Spinal Stenosis PubMed
1,4-Butanediol as a Reducing Agent in Transfer Hydrogenation Reactions PubMed

29 January 2010
Helmet bad for a biker’s health? Bangalore Mirror
Tobacco industry leads industry lobby attempt to skew policy-making : new evidence European Public Health Alliance
Software Generates Realistic 3D Animations from Camera Footage TechEBlog
Practice and professional focus for this year’s Society conference PJ Online
Boaters are moved to protest over new rules for canal users Wiltshire Times
Computer mimics nature by watching TV Silobreaker
New Computer Program Studies Trees on TV to Simulate Their Movement Popular Science
Computer Mimics Nature by Watching TV Scientific Computing
Cameron Is Caught in Conservative Quandary Over Hostility to EU Bloomberg

28 January 2010
Researchers track evolution and spread of drug-resistant bacteria across hospitals and continents EurekAlert!
Program generates lifelike trees using footage of the real thing DVICE
The judging panel Silobreaker
Venture capital for start-ups 'lowers unemployment' Silobreaker
EHS Brann Group announces new managing director for Cirencester site Utalkmarketing
Uni crash helmet study Bath Chronicle
Should Bath's students go back to campus to help housing issue? Bath Chronicle
Venture capital lowers long-term unemployment, study shows Alpha Galileo
Wearing a Helmet Could Be Dangerous Softpedia
Wearing a helmet may be bad for a biker’s health Mumbai Mirror

27 January 2010
Could Wearing a Helmet Be Bad for a Biker’s Health? Science Daily
Computer Mimics Nature by Using TV Communications of the ACM
Creativiteit in tv-commercials verhoogt aandacht kijker niet MD Weekly
ADAM'S APPLE Bath Chronicle
Scientists at University of Bath target enzyme research NewsRx
Characterisation and Functionality of Inhalation Anhydrous Lactose PubMed
Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: low-carbon electricity ge neration PubMed
An enantiopure pseudo-C3-symmetric titanium triflate with propeller-like chirality as a catalyst for asymmetric sulfoxidation reacti ons PubMed
Carbohydrate sensing using a fluorescent molecular tweezer PubMed

26 January 2010
Scientists program computer to mimic nature by watching videos Mumbai Mirror
2006 SBS President’s Award Presented to Stephen Rees Microarray News
Evolution And Spread Of Drug-Resistant Bacteria Tracked Across Hospitals And Continents Medical News
Royal Academy of Engineering News Update: Engineering a low-carbon built environment Voltimum
Spa pot eases council cash crisis Bath Chronicle
GCC to see stronger growth Zawya
Researchers track evolution and spread of drug-resistant bacteria across hospitals and continents News Guide
University without A-levels Guardian
GCC to see stronger growth Emirates Business 24/7
e-Learning in medical education: Guide supplement 32.5--Viewpoint PubMed
Chronic treatment with 13-cis-retinoic acid changes aggressive behaviours in the resident-intruder paradigm in rats PubMed

25 January 2010
Hemp utilized as alternative construction material in UK Electric
Making animated trees more life-like Viz World
Computer Watches TV To Mimic Nature RedOrbit
Researchers track evolution and spread of drug-resistant bacteria across hospitals and continents e! Science News
The Evolution And Spread Of Drug-Resistant Bacteria RedOrbit
Nutrition: Lose the pounds to gain speed and power Bike Radar
Computer mimics nature by watching TV Alpha Galileo
Bath University makes animated trees more life-like BBC Bristol

23 January 2010
Record recruitment for Norfolk farming club The Business
Biomimetics--a review PubMed
Allen promoted at Gloucester RFC Jersey Evening Post
Record recruitment for Norfolk farming club Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

22 January 2010
刘子歌英国生活探秘:体能训练苦 业余看地理书 人民网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Evolution of MRSA During Hospital Transmission and Intercontinental Spread Science AAAS
Construction plant Financial Times
Is renewable power "eco-bling"? Report raises question USA Today
Researchers track evolution and spread of drug-resistant bacteria across hospitals and continents The Rockefeller University Newswire
University of Bath swaps sandwiches for languages BBC Bristol
Comment on Solar panels and wind turbines are just eco-bling for houses by Daniel @ Diy solar panels SiloBreaker
Revolutionary strategy for control and prevention of infection MedCompare
The Replicator, No Longer a Star Trek Dream The Tyee
Genetic tool tracks superbug transmission TG Daily
Bailey Pegasus 534 review Caravan Magazine
Research-sleuths succeed in tracking MRSA super-bacteria France 24
New tool helps trace MRSA's local, global spread CIDRAP
New technique to track transmission of super-bug MRSA Insciences Organisation

21 January 2010
刘子歌英国生活探秘:体能训练苦 业余看地理书 搜狐, China (Corporate: Reputation)
刘子歌六次突破彪炳史册 新赛季留学欧洲新挑战 华奥星空, China (Corporate: Reputation)
青岛三高中生被牛津或剑桥大学录取 创造奇迹 新华网山东频道, China (Corporate: Reputation)
刘子歌留洋三国教练联合指导 住不起宿舍欲换房 搜狐, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Tracking MRSA Evolution and Transmission: Revolutionary Strategy for Control and Prevention of Infection Science Daily
Researchers find MRSA super-bacteria Khaleej Times
Tracking MRSA evolution and transmission PhysOrg
Tracking MRSA evolution and transmission Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Gissa job - all 450 of them Bath Chronicle
Pupils put multi-skills to test at university This is Somerset
CIMA publishes its November 2009 exam results RBC Dain Rauscher Inc
Appointments THE
Bid to free up student homes to ease green belt crisis This is Somerset
Bid to free up student homes to ease green belt crisis Bath Chronicle
Eco-bling 'will not help cut carbon emissions' The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Discharge cavitation during microwave electrochemistry at micrometre-sized electrodes PubMed
GroEL dependency affects codon usage-support for a critical role of misfolding in gene evolution PubMed

20 January 2010
中国蝶后英伦苦练 北京青年报, China (Corporate: Reputation)
英国小城邮局处处体现温情 中国新闻网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
GB: les éoliennes de toit sont du "bling bling écolo" Romandie News
Support, strategy key for smokers trying to quit Chron
GB: les éoliennes de toit sont du "bling bling écolo" (ingénieurs) MSN France
New partners Anthony Clarke & Heather Olver start well BBC Sport
University professor speaks out against "eco-bling" Bath Chronicle
Major tobacco company dampens impact of EU public health legislation The Medical News
Essential skills for starting your own business Media Newswire
Vast gulf between policy and building industry skills, says report Energy Efficiency News
Roof-mounted wind turbinrd 'no help in reducing carbon' The Times
Eco-bling and retrofitting won't meet emissions targets, warn engineers The Guardian
Tobacco companies set up smokescreen over lobbying activity The Guardian
Homeowners wasting money on 'eco-bling' which makes little difference to the environment Daily Mail
Nviro Admission to AIM and Offer declared unconditional ADVFN
Solar panels and wind turbines are just eco-bling for houses The Economic Voice
Report says skills shortage means UK will miss CO2 target Building
"Working the System"-British American Tobacco's Influence on the European Union Treaty and Its Implications for Policy: An Analysis of Internal Tobacco Industry Documents PubMed

19 January 2010
Business Connivance Virus – In 90s Tobacco and Now H1N1 Toboc
Hull student sold fake Nintendo game devices Hull Daily Mail
Sugary Jekyll and Hyde SeparationsNOW
The one-size-fits-all approach doesn't work for higher education Times Higher Education
Sperm Proteomics Reveals Intensified Selection on Mouse Sperm Membrane and Acrosome Genes PubMed

18 January 2010
Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters Bio-Medicine
Michael O'Higgins: Treasury watchdog kept busy by financial crisis Telegraph
Genes: we hardly knew ye eXaminer
Maths careers to count on Guardian
Lives remembered: Captain Brian Young, Sir Donald Acheson, Sir Alan Huggins Times
World in 2010: Europe InTheNews
Education letters Guardian

15 January 2010
牛津大学通知启德最新审理要求 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
How Big Business Shaped European Law BusinessWeek
Business dean candidates give public talks WMU News
The N-terminal RASSF family: a new group of Ras-association-domain-containing proteins, with emerging links to cancer formation PubMed
MCH: From melanin-concentration to mega-consumption PubMed

14 January 2010
Research intelligence: Dynamic duo THE
CIMA appoints new executive director M2
Tobacco company 'influenced EU policymaking' Cancer Research UK

13 January 2010
成功获取全英TOP7 伦敦政经学院Offer 启德教育, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Facebook, Twitter users endangering their right to privacy, says expert Newspost
Tobacco Company Helped Shape European Policy System Favoring Corporate Profits Over Public Health redOrbit
Facebook And Twitter Violates Privacy Oneindia
Bicontinuous minimal surface nanostructures for polymer blend solar cells PubMed

12 January 2010
青大A-Level:带你进牛津剑桥 半岛网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Tobacco Companies Shaped EU Policies Favoring Their Profits Softpedia
Exeter teenager climbing Mt Kilimanjaro Express & Echo
Rogerstone man wins chance to work for Barnardo's South Wales Argus
Tobacco company drove European policy, claims report New Scientist
Major corporations reshape EU policymaking system in attempt to put profits before public health and the environment YubaNet
Comment les marchands de cigarettes influencent les politiques publiques Le Post
New Year, new start - turn your dream into reality Media Newswire
Tobacco corporations lobby to hamper passing of EU health laws, say academics Tobacco
Tobacco Company Helped Shape European Policy System Favoring Corporate Profits Over Public Health, Study Finds Science Daily
A taste of what's to come Media Newswire
Tobacco corporations lobby to hamper passing of EU health laws, say academics Guardian
Tobacco company helped shape European policy system favoring corporate profits over public health Bioscience Technology
Corporations lobby to hamper passing of EU health laws, say academics U TV
Scientists say tobacco firm skews EU policymaking Yahoo! News
Tobacco corporations lobby to hamper passing of EU health laws, say academics Guardian
Scientists say tobacco firm skews EU policymaking Reuters UK
The role of Nrf2 in ultraviolet A mediated heme oxygenase 1 induction in human skin fibroblasts PubMed
Novel Ti(IV) and Zr(IV) complexes and their application in the ring-opening polymerisation of cyclic estersPubMed
Influence of naturally-occurring 5'-pyrophosphate-linked substituents on the binding of adenylic inhibitors to ribonuclease a: an X-ray crystallographic study PubMed
Double fertilization in Arabidopsis thaliana involves a polyspermy block on the egg but not the central cellPubMed

11 January 2010
意黑手党沦陷 世界最大黑帮遭斩杀 四川在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Tobacco Company Helped Shape European Policy System Favoring Corporate Profits Over Public Health Med Compare
Major corporations reshape EU policymaking system in attempt to put profits before public health and the environment Alpha Galileo
Tobacco company helped shape European policy system favoring corporate profits over public health EurekAlert
Registration Now Open for SmartGeometry 2010 Conference Taking Place March 23-24 in Barcelona Media Newswire
Winner of Sustainable Innovation essay competition announced CSR News Europe

10 January 2010
New kids on the block The Star
IoS Investigation: Where does all our money go? Independent
IQE plans a year in the spotlight Financial Times
What your features are saying about you The Mirror

9 January 2010
Facebook and Twitter users 'undermine their right to privacy' Economic Times
Italy claims finally defeating the mafia Telegraph

8 January 2010
Paul Wiltshire's blog number 2 Bath Chronicle
PREFAB FRIDAY: ModCell’s Stunning Straw-bale Prefab Homes Inhabitat
Facebook, Twitter users endangering their right to privacy, says expert NewKerala
Facebook, Twitter users endangering their right to privacy, says expert - Yahoo! India News Yahoo! India News
Facebook, Twitter users 'undermine their right to privacy' Business Standard

7 January 2010
赴英读硕士申请高峰将至 浙大留学分享经典案例 中国经济网, China (Corporate: Reputation)
How weather has hit the weekend's sport The Times
Another two weeks of the big freeze still to come Independent
Road, Rail and Air: Latest weather Disruption Sky News
Hundreds of schools remain closed as big freeze continues 24 Dash
Facebook and Twitter users 'invite violation of their privacy' London Evening Standard
Registration Now Open for SmartGeometry 2010 Conference Taking Place March 23-24 in Barcelona PR Newswire
Registration Now Open for SmartGeometry 2010 Conference Taking Place March 23-24 in Barcelona Ticker Tech
Registration Now Open for SmartGeometry 2010 Conference Taking Place March 23-24 in Barcelona Speakers Will Include Preeminent Authorities on Advanced 3D Design CNBC
Judo star Kate Walker aims for British number one spot BBC News Hereford & Worcs
Facebook and Twitter users 'undermine their right to privacy' Telegraph
Bentley Announces SmartGeometry 2010 Conference TenLinks
Karter's trophy Jacques-pot This is Somerset
IEEE Spectrum is selecting technology winners and losers again Next Big Future
Alternatives to Organoboron Reagents in Rhodium-Catalyzed Conjugate Additions PubMed
Disposition of Charged Nanoparticles after Their Topical Application to the Skin PubMed


6 January 2010
看专业下菜碟,玩转2010英国留学申请 中青在线, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Arsenal postpone Bolton match because of snow Guardian
Arsenal call off Bolton match as snow blankets London This is London
University Hosts Access to Higher Education Conference Media Newswire
Big freeze hits big sporting fixtures in Guinness Premiership and Carling Cup This is Bristol
Heavy snow disrupting transport BBC News
Bristol International Airport opens after snow BBC Bristol
New season takes a hammering This is Somerset
No tax without representation – Biti The Zimbabwean
Heavier group 2 metals and intermolecular hydroamination: a computational and synthetic assessment PubMed

5 January 2010
最新研究发现无名指长的孩子计算能力强 新浪, China (Staff: Dr Mark Brosnan)
Paralympic camp tests out Uni Bath Chronicle
Text skimming: the process and effectiveness of foraging through text under time pressure PubMed

4 January 2010
University Hosts Access to Higher Education Conference Media Newswire
Powder Flow 2009 a Success Powder Bulk Solids
Bridging Human and Ecosystem Wellbeing-II The Island

3 January 2010
What becomes of the broken hearted? Independent

2 January 2010
Radio star tackles South American test Daily Post

1 January 2010
未来衣服什么样 网易, China (Corporate: Reputation)
Frampton Cotterell teenager Barlow earns athletic scholarship Bristol Evening Post

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