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What drives bacterial strain diversity in the gut? Although there are a number of possible explanations, a recent opinion piece addresses one potentially important and overlooked aspect of this unresolved question.
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Hello again. Cloudy out there today. At least it is nice and mild. If anything, things getting warmer tomorrow. Potentially the warmest day of the year so far. Some hazy sunshine day of the year so far. Some hazy sunshine in the afternoon. Dry and breezy. A pretty good sunshine in the afternoon. Dry and breezy. A pretty good day, really. At the moment, quite warm
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Which will take in the eyes of many people here in bruise Brussels, potentially longer than the two-year mark. We hear about 2019, March 29th being exit day. People are expressing serious misgivings and some.
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London, wrels a bright start by day tomorrow. Perhaps one or two sunny spells in the afternoon. The breeze is southerly. It drags in warmer air, potentially the warmest day of the week so far, we are looking at 20 to 21 by the end of.
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but it is a southerly, bringing in some warmer air. Potentially tomorrow, we could be seen highs of 19-20 C in one or two spots. It will feel nice and warm. Now, it doesn't really change until we get to Friday. This cold front sweeps through. One or two showers
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Potentially but what it does do is bring in some fresh air. Just in time, of course, for the weekend. We lose this mild or warm air that we've got to moral, nothing too bad, though, as we head into the weekend. Temperatures likely to stay in the mid teens. Still very pleasant
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Ryan Lambie Simon Brew Mar 29, 2017 Cheese and crackers, its only our annual list of films we need to see! And you can expect regular updates with our reviews, too... We'll be the first to admit that drawing up a list of potentially great forthcoming movies is far from an exact science. But with 2017 so chock full of promising films both large and small, we've at least made an attempt to sort through the crowded schedule, pick out the ones we're looking forward to, and sort them into some kind of order. When the films are released we'll also add our reviews, so that you can find out if we hit the jackpot, or were left a little disappointed. With that in mind, then, here's our pick of the must-see movies of this year, which, as ever, run the gamut from expensive superhero flicks to smaller dramas to mid-budget, high-concept sci-fi pictures.
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Joining me on College Green now is Jill Rutter from the Institute for Government. It is a huge question and potentially a long answer. What are the initial stages? This is the triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty
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satisfies companies like you, are you going to have to accept you won't be exporting to Europe nearly as much as you were? Potentially maybe. But I don't see tariffs will be a big issue. If you look at Honda, JLR already, they're paying.
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Increasingly of late, weve been hearing about how various pieces of hardware can be hacked in improbable sounding ways like your monitor , for example and heres another: your scanner could potentially be compromised via a smart bulb . Yes, you read that correctly. There are caveats here, as you might expect, one of them being that the flatbed scanner has to be left with its lid open, because in this case, its sensitive to changes in the light levels of the surrounding area. And a would-be attacker could exploit that fact and leverage the scanner as a backdoor onto a company network, using something as simple as a smart light bulb which is installed in the same room. This comes from a paper Oops! I Think I Scanned Malware authored by researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the Weizmann Institute of Science, both of which are in Israel.
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is in an absolute mess, potentially, unless we decide to change our minds. You are proudly wearing your EU citizens badge but maybe only for two years maximum will you be an EU citizen. I am sure that I will be. The country will wake up. Young people will come.
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Its no surprise that a lot of people dream of landing a job at Facebook. The social networks massive reach means employees get to work on something that potentially affects billions of people. The company has also consistently placed high on the rankings of best places to work for offering career advancement, good benefits, and a positive culture. Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg also earned a 95% approval rating from his staff. But how, exactly, does one land a coveted spot at Facebook? Its not easy to make the cut, but there is one thing their hires all have in common: A penchant for action, according to Vijaye Raji, engineering director and site lead for the Seattle office. Their values must align with values of the company, he says. We are looking for makers who are bold, move fast, and get stuff done, says Raji.
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There is, however, only roughly a six-hour window of opportunity following the event in which an intervention of this manner is likely to be successful. The study that Holmes and her team conducted was relatively small with only 71 volunteers but she now says shes planning bigger studies to explore it further. If these larger studies prove to be just as beneficial, she believes it could be a treatment that hospitals could start to use. Were not sure how enthused we would be if, after a potentially traumatic accident, we found ourselves in an ER being presented with a Nintendo console but if it works, it works. The evidence mounts This isnt the only kind of therapy Tetris has been found to be useful in, either. Scientists from Plymouth University and Queensland University of Technology, Australia have previously found that it can help in curbing cravings for addictive substances like alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine.
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So that is a key person for five years potentially they can build a really good relationship with, and building a trusting relationship with your health visitor means that you should be able to have those open and honest.
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The White House has denied it tried to stop potentially damaging evidence about links between the President's team and Russia from being made public.
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global growth as part of Amazon. You're with Business Live from BBC News. Leaving the European Union will potentially have a huge impact on companies here in the UK which produce and export goods. We've been talking to firms in the north of England about how they are getting ready
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The first time we have implanted brain recording electrodes in a person and electrical stimulation has been implanted as well. Research is at an early stage but scientists say there is room for significant growth. This technology offers new hope and could one day potentially transform lives