Azara Blog: February 2008 archive summary

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  1. Gordon Brown does not like plastic bags (29 February 2008)
  2. Energy Saving Day has no impact (29 February 2008)
  3. Number of UK female professors is creeping up (28 February 2008)
  4. London "congestion" charge allegedly leads to a miniscule reduction in deaths (28 February 2008)
  5. Energy Saving Day in the UK (27 February 2008)
  6. The government wants to seize assets of suspects now (27 February 2008)
  7. Space enthusiasts want to carefully map orbit of an asteroid (26 February 2008)
  8. There are too many flats being built in England (26 February 2008)
  9. Government wants all UK housing to be designed for old people (25 February 2008)
  10. Virgin Atlantic tests a biofuel (24 February 2008)
  11. Ralph Nader wants to run for president again (24 February 2008)
  12. The police think everyone should be on a DNA database (23 February 2008)
  13. Some bigwigs caution against use of biofuels (23 February 2008)
  14. Risk of stroke linked with dozing off "unintentionally" (22 February 2008)
  15. Storm in a teacup over school visits to Auschwitz (22 February 2008)
  16. Ben van Berkel of UNStudio gives a talk in Cambridge (21 February 2008)
  17. Midsummer House in Cambridge stops selling foie gras (21 February 2008)
  18. Gordon Brown sticks up two fingers to the world (20 February 2008)
  19. Housewives should be paid £30000 pounds per year (19 February 2008)
  20. Smoking and drinking allegedly bad N generations into the future (19 February 2008)
  21. Porsche says it will challenge new London £25 "congestion charge" band (19 February 2008)
  22. Another person who claims obesity is as serious a problem as climate change (18 February 2008)
  23. Heavy mobile phone use linked with an obscure cancer (18 February 2008)
  24. Unintended consequences of building design (17 February 2008)
  25. More AI hype by Ray Kurzweil (17 February 2008)
  26. The SDC publishes another vacuous report, this time on supermarkets (16 February 2008)
  27. Surprise, global warming will impact Antarctica (16 February 2008)
  28. A pointless report on supermarkets from the Competition Commission (15 February 2008)
  29. Using cells instead of animals for testing chemicals (15 February 2008)
  30. Another end of the world report, this time on the world's seas (14 February 2008)
  31. Another government defeat in the courts over "terrorism" (14 February 2008)
  32. Downloading "extremist" material deemed not to be a crime (13 February 2008)
  33. Francine Houben of Mecanoo Architecten gives a talk in Cambridge (12 February 2008)
  34. Another "soak the rich" scheme (12 February 2008)
  35. Global warming might lead to fewer deaths due to weather in the UK (12 February 2008)
  36. Buying lottery tickets allegedly does not make sense (11 February 2008)
  37. In Iceland third and fourth cousins who marry have more children (11 February 2008)
  38. Yet another "zero-carbon" new city being built (10 February 2008)
  39. Nick Clegg claims that he does not want Cambridge road pricing (unless pigs fly) (09 February 2008)
  40. MPs write a useless report on the gender pay gap (09 February 2008)
  41. Another two damning studies on biofuels (08 February 2008)
  42. Putin says Nato has started a new arms race (08 February 2008)
  43. Government plans to tax foreigners might make London less attractive (08 February 2008)
  44. Being overweight as child allegedly mostly down to genes not environment (07 February 2008)
  45. It's not just warm weather that led to ice shelf collapse (07 February 2008)
  46. Archbishop of Canterbury wants Sharia law in Britain (07 February 2008)
  47. Another scheme which claims we will get to Australia in five hours (06 February 2008)
  48. EU throws money at attempting to make planes more efficient (05 February 2008)
  49. France launches the AGV, the successor to the TGV (05 February 2008)
  50. Another end-of-the-world report on climate change (05 February 2008)
  51. Some rich businessman says cars should be forced to be more efficient (04 February 2008)
  52. London has a new "low emission zone" for lorries (04 February 2008)
  53. Royal Academy exhibition 'From Russia' (03 February 2008)
  54. A few hundred people protest against an "eco" town (03 February 2008)
  55. UK government wants fluoride to be added to water supplies (03 February 2008)
  56. Cloned embryos from tissues donated "for research" (02 February 2008)
  57. Derek Conway thinks that 40000 pounds is a storm in a teacup (02 February 2008)
  58. A link found between fructose and gout (01 February 2008)
  59. New coal-fired power station in Kent might not have CCS (01 February 2008)

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