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The Terracotta Army discovered in 1974 near Xi’an

Terracotta Army makers beat Toyota by 2,200 years

The craftsmen who armed the Terracotta Army in northern China 2,200 years ago may have developed a pioneering production system similar to the one used by the car maker Toyota.

New UCL campus in Stratford given green light

A leading university has been given the green light to press ahead with plans to open a new campus in one of the most deprived areas of the country.

Should universities provide faith facilities on campus?

The way religion relates to politics and society is something that shapes many of the debates we find at the forefront of public policy and international relations in the modern world. Universities are no exception to this trend, and recent changes at regional UK institutions are highlighting religion’s place as a popular, and often controversial, topic for discussion.

Single men over 50 most socially isolated, says study

One in six people in England over the age of 50 are socially isolated, play little part in the cultural or civic life of their society and have abandoned socially-oriented hobbies, according to a sobering new study into our ageing society.

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Richard Garner: This bonus for high-flyers could cost the rest dearly

On the face of it, allowing unlimited expansion to universities if they recruit students with at least two A grades and a B grade at A-level would appear to be a good idea.

Penguin said 'Fever Pitch' was chosen because it 'struck a chord with the popular imagination'

It all kicks off as Fever Pitch gets Classic status

Fever Pitch, Nick Hornby's bestselling depiction of life and love as a fan of Arsenal Football Club, is to join the likes of 1984, The Great Gatsby and Ulysses on the Penguin Modern Classics list – to the dismay of some critics.

Meningitis effects harming children

A third of children who survive meningitis will be left with “devastating” long-term conditions, new research suggests.

The secret of how to live longer? Eat 40 per cent less, claim scientists

A group of scientists is developing a treatment to combat the "disease" of ageing. They aim to keep people younger for longer by studying fruit flies, which share 60 per cent of human genes and age in remarkably similar ways.

A glass of wine a day is bad for you

Many thousands of lives could be saved if Britons slashed their alcohol consumption, new research suggests.

The London homepage at citydashboard.org

Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Everything you wanted to know about your city

This column previously covered a neat experiment that was using open data for London's air quality to point out automatically areas of iffy air quality on Twitter.

James Murdoch and the BSkyB bid

Two days after Vince Cable was removed as the government minister who would be making the decision about News Corp’s full take-over of BSkyB, James Murdoch attended a meeting with the Prime Minister, David Cameron, at the home of Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie Brooks. Around 15 people were at the meeting.

Major step towards cure for blindness

A landmark study has taken a major step towards treating blindness by replacing lost light-sensitive cells in the back of the eye.

Police want more money from football clubs

Football clubs could face a rise in policing costs after fresh claims that matches can spark disorder and crime far beyond stadiums and surrounding streets.

Four universities join elite Russell Group

The elite Russell Group of universities has accepted four new members.

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Liverpool have seen too much tragedy to forget Heysel

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Khan’s audition for Mayweather may turn into a no-win situation

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Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

Blundering Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

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