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  • Climate change: 40°C summer temperatures could be common in UK by 2100

    Climate change: 40°C summer temperatures could be common in UK by 21000

    A stark warning about the kind of summer that could become routine in the UK by the end of this century has been issued in a new study by the country’s Met Office. Using temperature data and climate model simulations, the researchers tested the likelihood of UK temperatures exceeding 30°C, 35°C, and 40°C each summer

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  • Common Interview Questions For VCs

    Common Interview Questions For VCs0

    Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Breaking into the tight-knit world of venture capital (VC) can be challenging, particularly as there is no set formula or guidelines for candidates to follow. Most industries require a particular set of professional qualifications, certain university degrees or work experience, but within the VC space there is no official set of

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  • Common Interview Questions For Developers

    Common Interview Questions For Developers0

    By Aoife Geary & Hannah Williams | Apr 28, 2020 Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The interviewing process often varies for developer roles. Although you are unlikely to find a set template to follow there are some common questions to prepare for, depending on your level of experience in the field. A lot of variables can

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  • The season of sniffles – common causes of breathing difficulties in young children and how to help

    The season of sniffles – common causes of breathing difficulties in young children and how to help0

    Emma Hammett A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience Autumn is the prime time for colds, coughs, sneezes and sniffles. As the weather steadily becomes colder and damper, existing breathing issues such as asthma can become unstable and need more careful management.    Added to which, infections

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  • Microsoft in rare show of common sense over Windows Update

    Microsoft in rare show of common sense over Windows Update0

    Next stop, return of Clippy? MICROSOFT HAS CONFIRMED it’s working on a new feature it just thought of, and nobody else, honestly. Starting in the spring 2020 (20H1) update to Windows 10, Microsoft will begin to split those nasty updates we always moan about to separate crucial security updates from features, hidden telemetry tools and nagware.

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  • The Common Points between Carnivorous Inuit & Indian Vegetarians

    The Common Points between Carnivorous Inuit & Indian Vegetarians0

    In the early 1950s, the British scientific prophet Hugh Sinclair had already noted the remarkably low incidence of degenerative diseases among the indigenous peoples of the Artic regions of Greenland, despite a diet consisting almost entirely of fish and seal meat. Sinclair eventually visited Greenland in 1976 and studied the blood lipid profile of the

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