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Cleaning-up post-war explosive chemicals could get cheaper and easier, using a new genetic ‘switch’ device, being developed by scientists at the University of Exeter to detect damaging contaminants, such as TNT. 

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Romeo and Juliet roles for banded mongooses

Mongooses take life-threatening risks to mate with partners from rival groups.

Scientists warn of species loss due to man-made landscapes

Study found 35% fewer bird species in agricultural habitats.

Sixth form students graduate from Pathways to Law

A group of high achieving sixth form students from Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, have graduated from a national project which aims to raise aspirations and the confidence of young people to pursue a career in law. 

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