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Datapipe Appoints New COO to Evolve Operations and Customer Support
Datapipe, a global provider of managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing, today announced the promotion of Daniel Newton to Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Datapipe, Daniel led Dell's Physician Services Technology Business unit after moving from the UK to the US

'Helicopter' parents hover around campus and even sleep in kids' dorms
Starting university used to be the time when the parents' apron strings were finally cut, but these days campuses are brimming with 'helicopter' parents who are unable to stop hovering around, university bosses have revealed.

Knovel Expands Academic Customers in EMEA
Queen Mary, University of London, The University of Southampton and The University of the West of England are among a growing number of Universities across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, which over the last six months have added Knovel to their engineering and science reference libraries. Knovel is a Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools.

Now, gloves that can sing with you
Scientists have designed a pair of musical gloves that can sing a duet with you, but you have to wave your hand to let your unusual partner croon.

Are Women Dying for a Healthy Self-Image
Thirty percent of women surveyed by the Success Foundation in partnership with the University of the West of England said that they would trade at least one year of their life in order to achieve their ideal body: 16% would trade 1 year; 10% would trade 2-5 years; 2% would trade 6-10 years; and, 1% would trade 21 years or more of their life

Now, algae from Bath's Roman Baths to fuel cars
Scientists have found that the algae growing in Bath's Roman Baths could be used to make fuel for cars.

Kate Middleton's see-through dress sold for 78K Pounds
Kate Middleton's see-through dress, which she wore at a charity fashion show at St Andrews University, has been sold for 65,000 pounds plus 13,000 pounds buyer's fees.

Whip-tailed bacteria could 'alarm' cancer-fighting nanobots
Scientists at Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain, believe that bacteria injected into blood stream could sound an 'alarm' to nanobots in the body so that they sense tumour cells and release anticancer drugs to fight them.

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