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Thursday 5th September 2013
Edinburgh scientists have contributed to a study that sheds light on the causes of extreme weather.
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Thursday 29th August 2013
Diabetic patients could benefit from a breakthrough that enables scientists to take cells from the pancreas and change their function to produce insulin.
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Tuesday 20th August 2013
Global market for forest-monitoring is currently valued at £2 billion, and the forest carbon market estimated to be worth £10 billion by the year 2020.
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Wednesday 14th August 2013
Edinburgh scientists have helped allay fears over the rate of decline of Greenlandís ice sheet, in two new studies.
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Tuesday 13th August 2013
University of Edinburgh scientists are planting flowers in city parks, playing fields and schools, to encourage pollinating insects.
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Tuesday 13th August 2013
Children born to obese mothers are more likely to die early as adults than those whose mothers were a normal weight, a study has found.
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Friday 2nd August 2013
University of Edinburgh and University of Pennsylvania scientists have shed light on how some cells divide unequally.
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