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Exhibition marking 30 years of criminology programme at University of Hong Kong shows graduates’ work on issues such as triads, policing, and how crime patterns have evolved since the 1980sContinue Reading ...
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Not only has the German used military ‘dazzle camouflage’ for leather-goods brand MCM’s shop, he’s also used it in the product designs. And for good measure the display includes teapots, a pig, a skull and a severed arm. ‘It’s … about what a shape is, what a product is,’ he explains to Kate WhiteheadContinue Reading ...
Scientist volunteering in the fight against virus linked to shrunken brains in newborns and crippling autoimmune disease uses crowdfunding for project to produce simple, affordable test for ZikaContinue Reading ...
Whether or not you should eat breakfast depends on how active you will be later, lead researcher in comprehensive UK study says. If you aren’t hungry and you’ll be sedentary all day, there may be no need to eat anythingContinue Reading ...
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Former FCC President Florence de Changy’s trenchant investigations point to a secret cargo, an abortive hijack and an insidious cover-up. By Kate Whitehead The Correspondent Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing on 8 March 2014 with 239 people on board. Halfway across the Gulf of Thailand, the Boeing 777-200ER vanished from air traffic…