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  • 5 Ways To Increase Your Efficiency

    5 Ways To Increase Your Efficiency

    Via LinkedIn : “Don’t just live life and accept what comes. Plan your life and take steps everyday to achieve your dreams.” 1) Plan ahead: Don’t just take your day as it comes. Plan ahead and have a to do list. I like to do this on Sunday’s before my work week starts. Write down your most important tasks for the day and check them off as you go. Decide in advance what is the most […]

  • Deliver convincing, compelling and memorable, presentations

    Deliver convincing, compelling and memorable, presentations

    Via LinkedIn : Well I hate to admit it but I was expecting something like the advice I got as a young man aspiring to be an Orator…. “Stand up, Speak up then Shut up” or “Say what you are going to say, Say it, Say what you said” Well I was Wrong. Fia went way beyond that basic stuff. To start with she explained why we all have some hard wired Stage Fright. Standing alone, […]

  • Millennial Generation: Welcome to the Dinner Table

    Millennial Generation: Welcome to the Dinner Table

    Via LinkedIn : As a tried and true Millennial, it’s been an interesting ride to listen in as the other generations pick us apart to tell us who we are and what we should be like. As a marketing and content nerd, I am fascinated by the way each generation is fueled by how they grow up and what affects their buying decisions. It’s truly amazing how creating generational definitions creates a powerful mass group of […]

  • Top 10 universities for biology

    Top 10 universities for biology

    Via Telegraph : Biological science is a field that is rapidly growing in popularity. Students who study biological science at university are able to venture off into a variety of careers, including becoming a research technician, working in human resources (HR), pharmaceuticals or bio bank managing. Our top 10 guide takes you through the best universities in the country for biological science, according to the Complete University Guide. 10. University of Bath Average entry standard: 459 […]

  • International report confirms: 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record

    International report confirms: 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record

    Via Science Daily : In 2014, the most essential indicators of Earth’s changing climate continued to reflect trends of a warming planet, with several markers such as rising land and ocean temperature, sea levels and greenhouse gases ─ setting new records. These key findings and others can be found in the State of the Climate in 2014 report released online by the American Meteorological Society (AMS). The report, compiled by NOAA’s Center for Weather and Climate […]

  • 3 photosynthesis hacks to feed the planet

    3 photosynthesis hacks to feed the planet

    Via Futurity : In order to feed a growing world population—a predicted 10.5 billion by 2050—plant scientists are looking for ways to get past shrinking arable land and stagnating crop productivity. The last time population outran agricultural productivity, we were rescued by the Green Revolution, an increase in the harvest index (the amount of the plant’s biomass partitioned into grain) achieved through classical plant breeding. Today’s ears of corn are huge compared to those harvested in […]

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    University of Northampton number 4 in UK for Employability

    Via Herald & Post : The University of Northampton is pleased to announce we have maintained our position as one of the country’s top performers for student employability. The 2015 Destination of Higher Education Leavers data, released today, 2 July 2015, places us in the top five* in the UK. For the third year running the University maintains a strong student employability rate of 96 per cent of students in work or further study six months […]

  • Teesside University new gym and fitness centre

    Teesside University new gym and fitness centre

    Via Gazette Live : The university will extend the current Olympia Building and hopes to open the new facility in January 2016 Teesside University is investing £2.75m in a brand new gym and fitness centre. The centre will be an extension of the current Olympia Building and will bring together the university’s sports and fitness facilities under one roof. To be launched in January 2016, the new health and fitness centre will provide state-of-the-art cardiovascular and […]

  • Sea Bunnies

    Sea Bunnies

    Via Woman’s Day : There are tons of weird, mysterious-looking creatures lurking beneath the ocean that we’d rather not get up-close and personal with, but we CAN admit this—”sea bunnies” are the next best thing to actual fuzzy land bunnies. Apparently, people in Japan are going wild over these little guys, which are technically called sea slugs, but come on, who wants to call such a precious-looking creature a slug?! They will always be sea bunnies […]

  • This Family is Saving the Bee Population With Their Colorful Seed Bombs

    This Family is Saving the Bee Population With Their Colorful Seed Bombs

    Via Country Living : Their goal is to grow one billion wildflowers across the country. Right here in America—in Oakland, California, to be exact—one family is trying to save the dwindling bee population. Their big idea: Seedles, or little seed “bombs” made of clay, compost, and seeds that guerrilla gardeners can plant literally anywhere. Whether thrown onto the banks of a river or deposited alongside a mountain trail, the colorful clay eggs are meant to grow […]