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    First contact to earthquake zone

    22-04-2008: Scientists have completed the first stage of an ambitious plan to drill down into an earthquake-generating region near Japan. The project saw holes bored 1.4km into the sea floor, producing 3D images of stresses inside the quake zone. The Nankai Trough produced major lethal earthquakes and tsu ... More

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    Dull jobs really do numb the mind

    22-04-2008: Boring jobs turn our mind to autopilot, say scientists - and it means we can seriously mess up some simple tasks. Monotonous duties switch our brain to "rest mode", whether we like it or not, the researchers report in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. They found mistakes can be pre ... More

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    Airbus raises prices of aircraft

    22-04-2008: Airbus has announced a rise in prices across its range of aircraft, blaming rising metals prices and the weakness of the US dollar. The list prices of single-aisle planes will rise $2m (?1m) while wide-body, long range and A380 aircraft will go up $4m on top of the annual rise of 2.74%. Prices ... More

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    RBS sets out ?12bn rights issue

    22-04-2008: Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the UK's second-biggest banking group, is asking shareholders for an extra ?12bn to shore up its finances. The rights issue was announced as part of a trading update and is one of the largest seen in UK corporate history. The firm also announced a write-down of ?5 ... More

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    Web 2.0 is set for spending boom

    22-04-2008: Web 2.0 is set to be embraced by Enterprise 2.0 as businesses prepare to spend nearly $5 billion by 2013 on social networking tools. Over half of the companies in North America and Europe see Web 2.0 as a priority for next year, a report says. The news comes as San Francisco plays host to the ... More

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    Paypal to block 'unsafe browsers'

    22-04-2008: Web payment firm Paypal has said it will block "unsafe browsers" from using its service as part of wider anti-phishing efforts. Customers will first be warned that a browser is unsafe but could then be blocked if they continue using it. Paypal said it was "an alarming fact that there is a sign ... More

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    Face creams under the microscope

    05-01-2007: An "unprecedented" clinical trial on a high street anti-ageing cream may change the face of the skin care market in this country, dermatologists say. At present there is a lack of clinical data to prove which creams really do slow down the skin's ageing process. Industry is thought to have shi ... More

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    Brain damage link to cancer drug

    05-01-2007: A drug widely used to treat cancer may cause brain damage, with the effects lasting for years after the end of treatment, research suggests. The drug, 5-fluorouracil (5-FU), is used, alongside others, to treat cancers of the breast, ovaries, colon, stomach, pancreas and bladder. Tests on mice ... More

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    First contact to earthquake zone

    22-04-2008: Scientists have completed the first stage of an ambitious plan to drill down into an earthquake-generating region near Japan. The project saw holes bored 1.4km into the sea floor, producing 3D images of stresses inside the quake zone. The Nankai Trough produced major lethal earthquakes and tsu... More

    Writer : BBC

    Dull jobs really do numb the mind

    22-04-2008: Boring jobs turn our mind to autopilot, say scientists - and it means we can seriously mess up some simple tasks. Monotonous duties switch our brain to "rest mode", whether we like it or not, the researchers report in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. They found mistakes can be pre... More

    Writer : BBC

    Airbus raises prices of aircraft

    22-04-2008: Airbus has announced a rise in prices across its range of aircraft, blaming rising metals prices and the weakness of the US dollar. The list prices of single-aisle planes will rise $2m (?1m) while wide-body, long range and A380 aircraft will go up $4m on top of the annual rise of 2.74%. Prices... More

    Writer : BBC

    RBS sets out ?12bn rights issue

    22-04-2008: Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the UK's second-biggest banking group, is asking shareholders for an extra ?12bn to shore up its finances. The rights issue was announced as part of a trading update and is one of the largest seen in UK corporate history. The firm also announced a write-down of ?5... More

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