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Radius Announces Key Changes to Management Team
Radius Health, Inc. ("Radius") announced today that it has strengthened its management team with the addition of John Yates, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer and Greg Williams, Ph.D., as Chief Development Officer, and the promotion of Gary Hattersley, Ph.D., to Chief Scientific Officer.

Modern kitchens `may have worse air pollution than city centre streets`
Slaving over a gas cooker in a stuffy modern kitchen could expose one to higher levels of toxic pollutants than walking through a smog-filled city centre, a new study has suggested.

Women possess potentially 'unlimited' supply of eggs
Women could have the opportunity to give birth with their own eggs later in life as they possess a potentially "unlimited" supply of them, scientists say.

Hairy limbs better at fending off bed bugs
Hairier skin may be the key to avoid being bitten by bed bugs, a new study has claimed.

World's reef fish systems threatened by human overpopulation
A new study has found that the highly diverse reef fish systems are the most vulnerable to human threats.

Researchers 1 step closer to solving mystery of famous bluestones of Stonehenge
Researchers are one step closer to solving the puzzle of how the famous bluestones of the Stonehenge originated.

GardaWorld Names Major General Andrew Farquhar as Managing Director for United Kingdom Operations
GardaWorld, the Global Risk Consulting Group and subsidiary of Garda World Security Corporation (TSX: GW), announced today that it has appointed former British Army Major General Andrew Farquhar, as Managing Director of its United Kingdom operations based in London.

Metal books found in Jordan cave could change view of Biblical history
The discovery of seventy ancient metal books in a cave in Jordan is said to have the possibilities of unlocking some of the secrets of the earliest days of Christianity.

Could artefacts in remote Jordan cave reveal Jesus' last years?
Biblical artefacts discovered in a remote cave in Jordan could reveal the last years of Jesus' life if they are found to be genuine.

Queen joins the '3D revolution'
When the Queen donned a pair of 3-D glasses to see footage of a scientific research project; it seemed just the latest step in the monarchy adapting to new technologies.

AECOM backs prize-winning carbon reducing innovation
Will Zimmerman, professor of Biochemical Dynamical Systems at the University of Sheffield, was awarded the very prestigious Royal Society Brian Mercer award for innovation on Oct. 14, for his work on Micro Bubble energy saving technology

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