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  1. News - World - SOCIETY

    Heads again? Bankers caught cheating in coin-toss study

    Posted Nov 20th 2014, 09:51pm by GDN, LA TIMES

    ... in at an incredibly fortunate 58.2 per cent. The study was not designed to detect individual cheaters, but researchers could calculate that slightly more than a quarter of the primed participants exaggerated ...

  2. News - World - TECHNOLOGY

    US technology breakthrough brings Spider-Man a step closer to reality

    Posted Nov 20th 2014, 09:50pm by GDN

    ... published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Geckos use tiny bristles on their toes called setae, each of which is split into nano-sized tips called septulae. Weak electrical ...

  3. News - World - ECONOMY

    British PM David Cameron warns another global crash is looming

    Posted Nov 17th 2014, 09:23pm by GDN

    ... would not waver on his policy of paying down government debt. In Brisbane, world leaders pledged 800 separate measures designed to lift their combined economic growth by an additional 2.1 per ...

  4. News - World - ARCHITECTURE

    Sydney apartment block named best tall building in the world

    Posted Nov 12th 2014, 09:48pm by GDN

    ... building in the world. One Central Park, by French design group Ateliers Jean Nouvel and Australia's PTW, beat 88 other international entries to top the list, and was commended for its visible use of green design. The building's key features include hanging gardens, a cantilevered heliostat, an internal water recycling plant and low-carbon power plant. The award was announced ...

  5. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Berlin: the white line and the wall

    Posted Nov 15th 2014, 08:48pm by GDN

    ... all to himself, seemingly tolerated by the GDR [German Democratic Republic- East Germany]. We enjoyed painting a line through that one." For Thomas Onisseit, who is now a graphic designer ... In the logic of the Berlin Wall, even as innocent a definition of creativity as that amounted to a criminal act. Guardian News & Media   ...

  6. News - World - CHARITY

    Bob Geldof's back with song for Ebola, but not everyone's cheering

    Posted Nov 16th 2014, 08:07am by GDN

    ... for the song will be designed by artist Tracey Emin. He continued: "I don't like doing this stuff; it's quite embarrassing calling people you don't know, but it was that, more than ...

  7. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Fake it to make it

    Posted Nov 01st 2014, 10:27pm by GDN

    ... relic". Disputing Geng's claims of authenticity, Wang points out that vital features of the wall's watchtowers, designed for functionality, have been altered for aesthetics. Seemingly, ... in ghosts." Guardian News & Media   ...

  8. News - World

    Royal Society Winton Prize goes to book about Higgs boson particle

    Posted Nov 27th 2013, 09:08pm by GDN

    ... the adventure of finding the Higgs boson particle, has won the £25,000 (HK$314,000) Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books. The Particle at the End of the Universe by theoretical physicist, ... The Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books is the world's leading literature prize for popular science writing, and more than doubled its prize money this year. ...

  9. News - World - CONSERVATION

    On fast track to extinction: cheetahs smuggled as trophy pets for Gulf’s rich

    Posted Jul 16th 2014, 09:44pm by GDN

    ... Arabia. "Huge numbers of cheetahs appear to die in transit," said Mitchell, a coordinator for a conservation programme that is run by the Zoological Society of London and the Wildlife Conservation Society. "For sure, we are talking about very poor people in the Horn of Africa and they are not too worried about the welfare of the animals," Mitchell said. Seizures of cheetah ...

  10. News - Asia - INDIA

    After a 'terrible beating', India's President House in line for sympathetic makeover

    Posted Jul 20th 2014, 06:20am by GDN

    ... The Guardian in New Delhi Move to restore neglected palace to former glory The last visit by Edwin Lutyens to India in 1938 was not to design anything new but to restore something old- ... London to undo the damage done to its interiors by an eccentric occupant with a passion for redecorating and a weakness for the colour mauve. Lutyens had designed the house and its 130-hectare ...




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