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QIMR Berghofer’s Director and CEO prepares to bow out
A philosophical approach to film history
Five times more demand for UK exports from outside EU
EU invests additional € 10 million in structural biology
Uppsala University in European initiative for new antibiotics
Andrew Bailey to be new Governor of Bank of England
Statement from Volkswagen ag, germany
PM “Brexit vote wrapped up for Christmas”
Hill AFB fighter wings receive final F-35A Lightning II
Strengthening European partnerships
Microsoft and Oracle Expand Interoperability Partnership to Canada
Ultrashort x-ray technique will probe conditions found at heart of planets
Duchess of Cornwall will mark 75th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz
Report 17/2019 Loss of safety critical signalling data on Cambrian Coast line
Walking and cycling to work linked with fewer heart attacks
A sustainable future for Danish Christmas trees – with fewer fallen needles
WHO launches new report on global tobacco use trends
An Anthropological View: Building city from below
UK hopes to further strengthen existing ties with Malaysia
ASIC consults on guidance for new product design and distribution obligations
Astronomers reveal new image of candy cane-shaped feature in center of our galaxy
New Space Image Reveals Cosmic ‘Candy Cane’
Edible insects: Mealworms on your menu?
A Swiss satellite seeking out distant planets
CKDSens, a new healthcare platform for customized management of chronic kidney disease
Elephant’s trunk will inspire a revolutionary robot
Genetic test could reveal causes of rare diseases
Focus on teenage anxiety may help early identification of those at risk of eating disorders
Fairer pay with minimum wage rise for quarter of a million workers
A Year of Contradictions
How cells get moving
Decellularisation of valves introduced to paediatric heart surgery
With close of research reactors, landscape is shifting for Europe’s world-leading neutron science community
Eyes in sky watching for native vegetation clearing
FAO hails Europe’s forest restoration ambitions
European Union provides €82 million for an FAO-led initiative targeting rural communities
Star formation in center of Milky Way came in bursts, new study shows
Hydration may affect cognitive function in some older adults
Flu drug most beneficial to severely ill and older people
Clara van Dam speaks at VI RIDE conference 2019 in Madrid
RustWatch workshop on MARPLE diagnostics brings together researchers from across Europe
Rare bird found in wetland refuge
New plan to guide management of Kimberley islands
Improving visitor experience: Window on Wetlands gets new air-con
Refugees with insecure visas experience more trauma, depression and post-traumatic stress: study
Nominations of EPFL professors
Researchers look behind biological curtain on how fish oil might fight inflammatory disease
Rare find: human teeth used as jewellery in Turkey 8,500 years ago