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Fears Millennials could be deficient in zinc because they have switched from traditional foods

Fears Millennials could be deficient in zinc because they have switched from traditional foods

Millennials could be deficient in zinc because they have switched traditional foods such as kippers and liver for trendy alternatives, research has found. Less than a quarter of Generation Y have tried zinc-packed cupboard staples such as cockles and herring favoured by our grandparents, with 70 per cent citing social media as an influence in […]

This Week’s Must Read: Beyond Falcon’s Reach by Jay Northearn

This Week’s Must Read: Beyond Falcon’s Reach by Jay Northearn

Winter is coming – but not soon enough. Ahead of next month’s long-awaited TV finale of Game of Thrones, George RR Martin fans can get their fix with a new fantasy fiction novel that packs enough violence, politics and bloodlust to fill each of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, finds Lucy Bryson. After well over […]

Half of motorists would like to see the Clean Air Zones introduced – even if they get charged for entering them

Half of motorists would like to see the Clean Air Zones introduced – even if they get charged for entering them

Half of motorists WOULD like to see the Clean Air Zones introduced – even if they get charged for entering them, a study found. Birmingham and Leeds are among the cities due to introduce the zones to improve air quality in those areas, which may require drivers to pay a fee to enter. The Clean […]

These are the foods Brits mistakenly think are grown in the UK

These are the foods Brits mistakenly think are grown in the UK

Quinoa and avocado are among the foods Brits mistakenly think are traditionally grown in the UK, a study has found. Researchers who polled 2,000 UK adults found many of us don’t know where everyday fruit and vegetables originate from, which ones are seasonal or where they are typically grown. Forty-four per cent couldn’t say which […]

Huawei to Continue its Commitment to Support Deaf Literacy Projects Across Europe with Investment in Storysign Partnership

Huawei to Continue its Commitment to Support Deaf Literacy Projects Across Europe with Investment in Storysign Partnership

Huawei, the global technology leader, has announced today that it will continue to invest in its StorySign campaign to help deaf children learn to read, with a pledge of £500K in to its partnership with the European Union of the Deaf. As part of its continued commitment Huawei will also fund an additional four new […]

This Week’s Must Read: Threads in Time by Hannah De Giorgis

This Week’s Must Read: Threads in Time by Hannah De Giorgis

From The Hunger Games to Divergent and The Maze Runner, our appetite for dystopian novels has never been greater. Here, Lucy Bryson reviews a new title that promises to appeal to both teen and adult readers. Dystopian literature, with its licence to examine modes of thinking about rights, liberty and corruption, have provided many of […]

Crosse & Blackwell extends its soup range with four brand new variants

Crosse & Blackwell extends its soup range with four brand new variants

Crosse & Blackwell, has launched four new soup variants – Carrot & Quinoa, Chicken & Multigrain, Broad Bean, Gammon & Parsley and Green Vegetable & Kale. Arriving in stores from January 2019, these delicious and tasty soups are packed with quinoa, kale, grains and pulses. The new flavours have been developed in line with popular […]

Meet John Fraser: one of the best and most prolific British authors you may never have heard of

Meet John Fraser: one of the best and most prolific British authors you may never have heard of

The Whitbread Award winner and Booker Prize nominee John Fuller describes him as the most original author of our time. So why isn’t John Fraser a household name? John Fraser, the British-born novelist, is on the cusp of publishing his 27th book in little more than a decade. By 2021, when The Ends of the […]

Survey reveals life’s most awkward moments

Survey reveals life’s most awkward moments

Accidentally ending a work call with ‘I love you’, complaining about someone when they’re right behind you and getting on the wrong train have emerged among a list of life’s most awkward moments, according to research. A poll of 2,000 adults found more than eight in 10 have experienced a ‘FML’ moment – with waving […]

Huawei uses the power of ai to push the boundaries of what is humanly possible to finish schubert’s ‘unfinished symphony’

Huawei uses the power of ai to push the boundaries of what is humanly possible to finish schubert’s ‘unfinished symphony’

Huawei unveiled unique version of Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 with live performance at Cadogan Hall Huawei, the global technology leader, has – for the first time ever – combined the power of AI and human expertise to compose the final two movements of Schubert’s famous Symphony No. 8. commonly known as the ‘Unfinished Symphony.’ Symphony […]