Azara Blog: July 2005 archive summary

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  1. Jessops prints digital photos (31 July 2005)
  2. Education and social mobility (31 July 2005)
  3. Science missing out on talent (30 July 2005)
  4. Buy-to-let with low deposits (30 July 2005)
  5. Stansted Airport launches a consultation (29 July 2005)
  6. Ban on hunting with dogs upheld (29 July 2005)
  7. IRA says it is giving up the armed struggle (28 July 2005)
  8. New US-inspired climate pact (28 July 2005)
  9. Teaching union grammar school vote (27 July 2005)
  10. Cycling allegedly booming in London (27 July 2005)
  11. Blair talks tough on terrorism (26 July 2005)
  12. GM crop impact on the environment (26 July 2005)
  13. Mount Everest and greenhouse gas emissions (10 July 2005)
  14. Brazil signs drug deal with Abbott Laboratories (10 July 2005)
  15. Iraq and the London bomb (09 July 2005)
  16. G8 ends with a whimper (08 July 2005)
  17. Humans blamed for mass extinctions in Australia (08 July 2005)
  18. London gets hit by bombs (07 July 2005)
  19. A14 upgrade will increase traffic in Cambridge (07 July 2005)
  20. London gets 2012 Summer Olympics (06 July 2005)
  21. Software patents rejected by European Parliament (06 July 2005)
  22. Increase in UK fuel duty postponed (05 July 2005)
  23. UK North-South divide in cancer (05 July 2005)
  24. NASA smashes probe into a comet (04 July 2005)
  25. Craig Venter wants to construct a bacterium (04 July 2005)
  26. Cambridge Matters: recycling for the city (03 July 2005)
  27. Hydrogen-powered aircraft (03 July 2005)
  28. Individual carbon quotas (02 July 2005)
  29. Climate change sceptics (02 July 2005)
  30. Justice O'Connor retires from Supreme Court (01 July 2005)
  31. Scotland tries carbon sequestration (01 July 2005)

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