Canterbury's Holly Farm owner David Marshall
Stuff.co.nzCanterbury's Holly Farm owner David Marshall under investigation ...Stuff.co.nzSkinny, wounded and dead horses spark complaints about Arabian horse breeder David Marshall's farm.and more »
Posted on 12 May 2017 | 2:33 am
Probiotic yoghurts do nothing, says Dr
Daily MailProbiotic yoghurts do nothing, says Dr Michael MosleyDaily MailThey're not as trendy as probiotic drinks but home-made yoghurt or sauerkraut will do a better job at boosting gut health, says a leading doctor. Medic and broadcaster Dr Michael Mosley makes the claims in his book The Clever Guts Diet, serialised ...
Posted on 11 May 2017 | 2:17 pm
Photo - The Recorder (subscription)
PhotoThe Recorder (subscription)Barry Marshall was at the climate march in Washington, D.C. on April 29 with a group who went by bus from Staunton and Harrisonburg .The Virginia Sierra Club organized the trip. ---------------------------------------------------------------------. You ...
Posted on 3 May 2017 | 6:02 pm
The future of personalised medicine - The
The West AustralianThe future of personalised medicineThe West AustralianThe things Barry Marshall deals with in his work every day can only be seen under a microscope. Perhaps that is why he is so animated when talking about them, as if to compensate for the invisibility of his subjects. That natural gift for communication ...
Posted on 3 May 2017 | 3:35 am
In The Chronic Lyme (And Science) Debate:
Huffington PostIn The Chronic Lyme (And Science) Debate: Conversation Is Good.Huffington PostIn the 1980s, a scientific researcher named Barry Marshall believed he had proven that a bacterial infection is the root cause of stomach ulcers. The scientific and medical world laughed at him, and then responded with the sort of aggressive denial ...
Posted on 3 May 2017 | 2:05 am
Diving support ship makes Hartlepool its
A JOBS-BOOSTING multi-million pound ship – which supplies the diving industry – has chosen Hartlepool as its home.
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 12:35 pm
How Easter Helped Bring Down a Medical Myth
Some people will celebrate Easter this Sunday. Some scientists, meanwhile, will celebrate the birthday of the humble bacterium Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori infects more than half of the world's population. Many people who carry the bacterium won't ever experience any symptoms of the infection, but it's the culprit behind most ulcers and many cases of stomach cancer — and it hid, unidentified ...
Posted on 5 April 2015 | 6:54 am
North Charleroi’s ‘Toast To Our Stars
Chewing the fat – and bending an elbow or two – at Vic’s Tavern in North Charleroi one day in late 1950, Regis Lee, Bert ...
Posted on 25 March 2015 | 9:35 pm
Experts advise employers on leadership roles
In order to build successful businesses, employers have been advised to show attributes of leadership and encourage good performance among their employees. Speaking at 2015 Global Possibilities Summit in Lagos, business leaders said improved performance of the workforce could only be achieved when its dignity and esteem had been built. A renowned author and Art... [Read More...]
Posted on 24 March 2015 | 4:14 pm
Scientists need to share their success
Scientists aren't naturally very good at talking themselves up, at making a show of their day-to-day work. But they have had to learn.In recent weeks we have all learned about the about the work of the 1700 scientists working in 27 national research facilities that form the backbone of the national research system.And why? Not because they do plenty of wonderful work.
Posted on 23 March 2015 | 11:30 pm
Accolades flow from Eureka moments
Among the winners last night was Victorian schoolgirl Paige Bebee, the granddaughter of Perth-based Nobel Prize winner Professor Barry Marshall, who took out the University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize. University of Technology Sydney ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 2:25 pm
Meet the ceramic stars of Cornish glass
Barry Marshall-Johnson makes a variety of stoneware ceramics using local Cornish materials to create unique decorative effects. His forms include traditional and sculptural vessels, tea bowls, plates and wall hangings, their form and decoration influenced ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 7:23 am
Eureka science awards: Mystery of the
Her grandfather, Nobel Prize winner Professor Barry Marshall, also plays a cameo role at the beginning of the video. Paige was one of five groups of budding young scientists and filmmakers to win prizes in this year's Sleek Geeks video prize presented at ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 7:01 am
Eureka prize winner Paige Bebee reveals the
The video, which stars her younger sister, Milla, also features a cheeky cameo by her grandfather, Nobel prize winner Professor Barry Marshall, who famously proved that peptic ulcers were not caused by stress or spicy foods but by bacterium. He did this by ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 1:00 am
The Doctor Who Tested Infectious Bacteria On
In 2005, Barry Marshall and Robin Warren were awarded a Nobel Prize in medicine for their study of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria's role in causing stomach ulcers. But Marshall's experience with the bacteria began much earlier, when he dosed himself with ...
Posted on 23 March 2015 | 10:20 am