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Fury UK to play exclusive show.

  FURY UK TO PLAY EXCLUSIVE "HELP FOR HEROES" ACOUSTIC SESSION FOR THE SAXON FORUM As a pre-cursor to the final gig of their UK tour dates with Saxon & Wolfsbane, Fury UK will play...

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Why does a moving bicycle not fall over?

Given sufficient forward speed, a bicycle pushed sideways, will not fall over. Scientists have been trying to find a conclusive explanation for this remarkable characteristic for over a century. This...

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Wikipedia deemed a reliable source for political info by new study

Not so long ago Wikipedia was considered a playground for Capitol Hill staffers to game the system and make "the boss look better and the opponent look ridiculous." Now a peer-reviewed...

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New Arctic Monkeys video released

  The video was directed by Focus Creeps and shot in London and the band’s hometown of Sheffield.  ‘Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair’ is now...

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New DNA nanoforms take shape

Miniature architectural forms—some no larger than viruses—have been constructed through a revolutionary technique known as DNA origami. Now, Hao Yan, Yan Liu and their colleagues at...

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Little Scream Tours Europe With Jose Gonzalez

  Little Scream Tours Europe With Jose Gonzalez And Timber Timbre, Unveils Live Video.     Just a reminder that Little Scream – aka Montreal-based singer/guitarist Laurel...

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Experimental drug achieves unprecedented weight loss

An investigational combination of drugs already approved to treat obesity, migraine and epilepsy produced up to a 10 percent weight loss in obese individuals participating in a one-year clinical...

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CHICAGO : Announce Uk Show

CHICAGO  Announce one off Greatest Hits show at London’s HMV Hammersmith Apollo on 6th July   Robert Lamm: keyboards, vocals Lee Loughnane: trumpet James Pankow: trombone Walt...

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Surveys confirm enormous value of science museums, ‘free choice’ learning

CORVALLIS, Ore. – One of the first studies of its type has confirmed that a science museum can strongly influence the public's knowledge and attitudes about science and technology, and to a...

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Soft Generators: Goodbye Batteries of Old

One revolutionary concept being pursued by a team of researchers in New Zealand involves creating "wearable energy harvesters" capable of converting movement from humans or found in nature into...

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Astromoners find newly discovered asteroid is Earth’s companion

Astronomers from the Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland have found that a recently discovered asteroid has been following the Earth in its motion around the Sun for at least the past 250,000...

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Field Day – Line Up Gets Bigger and Bigger

But Tickets    Field Day    FIELD DAY 6.08.11 Victoria Park London E3 – Buy Tickets – Website Facebook Twitter Bugged Out at Field Day Last year at Field Day...

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Historian says history of nuclear power needs to be addressed

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The long-standing conflicts over nuclear power and the risks of radiation exposure are nothing new – in fact, the debate over the damaged Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant in...

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Work begins on World’s biggest telescope.

Plans for the world’s biggest telescope — the Square Kilometre Array — advanced significantly today (2nd April 2011) with a decision to locate the project office at Jodrell Bank...

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Informaticists uncover online security flaws, receive free products.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Internet security researchers at Indiana University and Microsoft Research have exploited software flaws in leading online stores that use third-party payment services...

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Destroyer Joins Dead Oceans For First European Headline

Destroyer Joins Dead Oceans For UK/EU/Japanese Release Of Kaputt, Announces First European Headline Tour. Dead Oceans are thrilled to announce that we're handling the UK, European and Japanese...

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Wormrot offer entire new album as free download

Due to an overwhelming demand from fans who are desperate to hear DIRGE, the new album from Singapore grinders WORMROT, the band and Earache Records have made the entire 25-track grindcore...

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Tindersticks announce UK tour dates in October.

Tindersticks are delighted to announce UK tour dates in October, in conjunction with Music Beyond Mainstream to celebrate the band’s long awaited release of Claire Denis Film Scores...

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Size matters: Smaller particles could make solar panels more efficient

Studies done by Mark Lusk and colleagues at the Colorado School of Mines could significantly improve the efficiency of solar cells. Their latest work describes how the size of light-absorbing...

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Parlophone to release exclusive 7” for record store day

PARLOPHONE TO RELEASE EXCLUSIVE 7” SERIES FOR RECORD STORE DAY PLUS FURTHER VINYL RELEASES     ARTISTS INCLUDE JONSI, BEASTIE BOYS, TINIE TEMPAH, BECK & BAT FOR LASHES, GORILLAZ,...

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Psychology: How well do you know your friends?

How does your best friend feel when people act needy?  Or, about people being dishonest? What do they think when others seem uncomfortable in social situations? According to an upcoming study in...

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Are we all Martians?

Are we all Martians? According to many planetary scientists, it’s conceivable that all life on Earth is descended from organisms that originated on Mars and were carried here aboard meteorites....

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Is space like a chessboard?

Physicists at UCLA set out to design a better transistor and ended up discovering a new way to think about the structure of space. Space is usually considered infinitely divisible — given any...

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PRESS RELEASE : SOS Festival 16-17th

We're absolutely delighted to announce a further 6 bands for SOS Festival…. Attica Rage, Babylon Fire, Velvet Star, Betraeus, Skarlett Riot & Inferno. Also our good friends from...

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Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire

  Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire, says CU-Boulder-led study A new study involving the University of Colorado Boulder shows clear evidence of the continuous control of fire by...

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MONO and The Holy Ground Orchestra…LIVE!!!

One Inch Badge and Tidal Shift proudly present, MONO and The Holy Ground Orchestra…LIVE!!!      Blurring the boundary between art-metal and neo-classical, Japanese post-rockers...

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Impact of a bad job on mental health as harmful as no job at all

The psychosocial quality of work determines whether employment has benefits for mental health: results from a longitudinal national household panel survey. The impact on mental health of a badly...

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Science: Teenagers prescribed Viagra.

Erectile dysfunction drug improves exercise tolerance in young people with congenital heart disease. Sildenafil, a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction and pulmonary hypertension, has another...

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TOMBS: Complete Work On New Album

  TOMBS: Complete Work On New Album; Announce U.S. Tour Dates       TOMBS has completed work on their brand new album, Path Of Totality. Path Of Totality, the follow-up to...

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Spiritualized to play Royal Albert Hall

    ROYAL ALBERT HALL, LONDON   TUESDAY 11th OCTOBER   Tickets go on sale 9am, Friday 11th March   Double Six is pleased to announce SPIRITUALIZED at the ROYAL ALBERT HALL on...

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