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  1. 7 hours ago

    As with many companies offering delivery services, drone delivery may be the future of blood sample transport.

  2. 8 hours ago

    "Creating music has always come naturally to me." Composer Sarah Quartel on why she composes, and her career so far

  3. 9 hours ago

    What are the land development issues in India?

  4. 11 hours ago

    How can team hierarchy in sports be applied to businesses?

  5. Retweeted
    Sep 12

    New article shows positive implications for using drones to transport medical samples: .

  6. 13 hours ago

    One of the first steps in improving healthcare should be motivating physicians and preventing burnout.

  7. 17 hours ago

    Former secretary of defense Robert M. Gates shares books he finds interesting and unknown hobbies (forestry!)

  8. 18 hours ago

    Why are recent surveys showing large percentages of doctors being burned out? via

  9. 20 hours ago

    We spoke with Sarah Quartel about what inspired her to be a composer and the pieces that mean the most to her

  10. 21 hours ago

    "The land question in India today is not about agrarian transition but about commodification"

  11. 23 hours ago

    Does expansion in language publishing programme makes a difference in multilingual nation? via

  12. Oct 19

    What is the role of international law in international investment decision-making? Via .

  13. Oct 19

    Is Bigfoot a symbol of deep nostalgia?

  14. Oct 19

    There’s only so much individuals can do to fight . The rest is up to our governments.

  15. Oct 19

    The Summer Academy recently met to discuss the strain that international law is under to keep peace. Via .

  16. Oct 19

    What can governments do to combat ?

  17. Oct 19

    Boria Sax explores the nostalgia behind the fascination with Bigfoot

  18. Oct 19

    Event: Enstone Local History Society, 24 October, 7pm: Stephanie Dalley discusses the mystery of Babylon

  19. Oct 18

    Let’s take a look at a razor-sharp reflection of real life via

  20. Oct 18

    Event , 23 October, 7pm: in discussion with about secularism

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