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Dalglish seeks derby day reaction

Dalglish seeks derby day reaction

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish and captain Steven Gerrard are calling on the Reds to end their recent slump with a derby win over Everton on Tuesday. The Carling Cup winners have lost their last three league games, their worst run since 2003, and Dalglish insists everyone at the club is accountable. He said: “Everyone needs [&hellip

Arsenal 2-1 Newcastle Utd

Arsenal 2-1 Newcastle Utd

Thomas Vermaelen hit a 95th-minute winner as Arsenal closed to within a point of third-placed Tottenham. Hatem Ben Arfa put Newcastle ahead with a stylish low finish – but the lead lasted less than a minute. Theo Walcott fired a cross into Robin van Persie, who scored his 33rd goal of the season with a [&hellip

Venus and Jupiter to pass in the night sky

Venus and Jupiter to pass in the night sky

The pairing of Jupiter and Venus in the sky is set to reach its closest point in the coming days. Despite being vastly far from one another in space, the conjunction will make them appear just a few degrees apart in the sky – about the width of a pair of fingers held at arm’s [&hellip

Sign language ‘turned into text’

Sign language ‘turned into text’

It is hoped the new technology could transform how sign language users communicate Technology aimed at translating sign language into text is being developed by Aberdeen scientists. The portable sign language translator (PSLT) would use the camera on devices such as laptops and phones. An app would then translate the movements into text which can [&hellip

Mother’s voice good for premature babies

Mother’s voice good for premature babies

Premature babies who listen to recordings of their mother’s heartbeat and voice are less likely to experience heart and respiratory conditions, a small US study suggests. The trial included 14 extremely premature infants, born between 26 and 32 weeks gestation who were hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital [&hellip

Dehydration alters mood, ability to think

Dehydration alters mood, ability to think

A recent study has suggested that mild dehydration can have an adverse effect on a person’s energy level, mood and ability to think and perform mental tasks. Researchers at the University of Connecticut asked a group of dehydrated subjects to do a series of tests on concentration, reasoning, memory, learning and vigilance. The results were [&hellip

Scientists reveal plants’ natural rhythm genes

Scientists reveal plants’ natural rhythm genes

The study indicates that there are 12 genes that work together in order to set the plants’ internal clocks. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland say they have discovered the gene that controls flowering and night dormancy in plants. The research results published in the journal Molecular Systems Biology show that there are [&hellip

Golden boot in sight for Bocco

Golden boot in sight for Bocco

Azam striker John Boccco has been the dominant talk of the entire Mainland premiership followers going by his recent scoring form. With 15 goals to his credit, the towering striker looks well set to break the existing record jointly owned by former Simba and Yanga strikers Musa Mgosi and Boniface Ambani, respectively. After twenty appearances [&hellip

Mancini says United game will decide title

Mancini says United game will decide title

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says this year’s Premier League title will be decided when his side face new leaders United with three games to go. Mancini’s side lost top spot to United following their shock defeat to Swansea and trail their neighbours by a point. But City host Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium [&hellip

World seabird total still falling

World seabird total still falling

Conservationists are particularly concerned by the albatross family Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Almost half of the world’s seabirds have populations that are thought to be in decline, according to a new review. The study, published in Bird Conservation International, found that 28% of species are considered to be in the [&hellip