The singer said the song, which has been banned by a number of British institutions, has been misunderstood
The lectures he gave at university were as inspiring as what has happened today
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Tests have established a direct link between the Duke of Cambridge and a woman believed to have been at least half Indian
As an atheist with no desire to upset believers, Professor Peter Higgs has always hated the idea of a God particle. He has never been keen on the nomenclature of the Higgs boson either – referring to it as "the particle named after me" on the rare occasions he gives an interview.
Around one billion stars in the Milky Way can be seen together for the first time in an image captured over a decade by astronomers.
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In the footsteps of this summer's rom-com hit, Matthew Bell finds out if love really is in the air of Scotland's capital city
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In 1980 Brenda Elizabeth Moon was appointed chief librarian of the University of Edinburgh, so becoming the first woman to hold such a post in Scotland, and one of the first in a major UK research library.
For a quarter of a century, from 1963 until 1988, Murdoch Mitchison was Professor of Zoology at the University of Edinburgh. According to his predecessor, Michael Swann, he was "the scientist who knows more about the cell cycle in yeast than any other person in the world". A pioneer in cellular biology, he studied the mechanisms of growth and thecell cycle.
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A patient who was partially paralysed as a result of an injury to the spinal cord has become the first person to be injected with millions of stem cells derived from early human embryos created by IVF.