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Incredible photos: Prince Harry reveals unexpected talent to celebrate Earth Day

Turns out the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t the only royal with some impressive photo...
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Why Kate and Zara Tindall curtsied differently to the Queen - watch video

The Duchess of Cambridge and Zara Tindall were some of the attendees who joined the Queen...
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Prince William, Kate and the Queen send condolences to Sri Lanka following Easter terror attack

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen have sent their condolences to the...
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Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'to work in Africa' as they map out new life as a family

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are considering a major move to work in Africa after the birth of their first child, as the Duke and his older brother map out their separate working lives. The Duke and Duchess, who are already president and vice-president of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, have been in discussions with advisers over a “bespoke” international role for the next phase of their work in the Royal Family. Planning is in its earliest stages, as the couple await the birth of their first ...
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Capital’s Vick Hope signs up for Classic FM series

Vick Hope, co-host of the Capital breakfast show, is to present two programmes on Classic FM. The classical music station is launching its first-ever series for students to help them through their GCSEs, A-levels, Scottish Highers and university exams. Classic FM’s Revision Hour will be broadcast every Saturday night (9pm to 10pm) from 27th April to 15th June and will be hosted by Vick, Lewis Capaldi, Dan Smith and more yet to be announced presenters. Lewis Capaldi will host the first program...
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Why Prince William and Kate will mark Prince Louis' first birthday differently

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby son Prince Louis is set to celebrate his first...
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Imandra, Innovapptive, Nesh, Kroger Delivery Robots & More TX Tech

Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas.—Austin-based LiveOak Venture Partners is one of three organizations that led a $5 million investment in Imandra, an artificial intelligence startup based in London, according to a press release. With the funding, Imandra says it will open a US headquarters in the Texas state capital. Other investors were AlbionVC and IQ Capital, based in London and Cambridge, England, respectively. The four-year-old startup makes AI software with tools to...
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THE SHOT HEARD `ROUND THE WORLD

Today is the 244th Anniversary of the Battles of Lexington & Concord whichstarted the American Revolution on 19Apr 1775. They were celebrated Monday in Massachusetts on Patriots Day, the third Monday in April, when the Boston Marathon is run.These are our colonial ancestors from our Dad's family lines for whom I haveso far been able to discover records that they took part in those battles and served in theRevolution:Jonathan Barker Jr. My 5x great grandfatherWas a Minuteman from Methuen Ma with ...
Tags: New York, Washington, Boston, Massachusetts, Cambridge, Boston Marathon, Genealogy, Concord, Valley, Newport, Samuel Johnson, Sullivan, Bill West, Lexington, Coburn, Barrington


Royal baby 2019 due date: The Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy updates, predicted gender and latest news

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”,  the Duke of Sussex frequently confessed he would love to have children, and the rest is royally romantic history.  The newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child, who will be seventh in line to the throne. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth great grandchild to arrive, please enjoy everything we know about royal baby Sussex so far,...
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Rare Chance to see Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" at Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice 2019

Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci (1490) (Venice, Italy) One of the most famous drawings in the world, Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), whose home is the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice, is rarely put on display because of its fragile nature. Now, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death, the Accademia has mounted an exhibition entitled Leonard da Vinici. Model Man of the World, which features the delicate ink on paper drawing. Leonardo da Vinici. L...
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PathAI Raises $60M in Quest to Be AI Assistant in the Exam Room

AI-for-disease-diagnosis startup PathAI closed a $60 million Series B round led by New York-based growth equity investor General Atlantic to improve its “pathology research platform” and fuel development into “new tools and medical devices.”PathAI partners with pharmaceutical companies and diagnostic laboratories to develop tools to aid doctors diagnose diseases in patients and help physicians target the best therapeutic for treatment. Its partners include Philips (NYSE: PHG), Bristol-Myers Squ...
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Prince William reveals when Prince George and Princess Charlotte will know they are royal

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the doting parents to three young children, and while...
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Rare Chance to see Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" at Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice

Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci (1490) (Venice, Italy) One of the most famous drawings in the world, Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), whose home is the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice, is rarely put on display because of its fragile nature. Now, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death, the Accademia has mounted an exhibition entitled Leonard da Vinici. Model Man of the World, which features the delicate ink on paper drawing. Leonardo da Vinici. L...
Tags: Travel, Washington, France, Italy, Cambridge, Venice, Florence, Christ, Venice Italy, Leonardo, Leonard, Albrecht Durer, Leonardo da Vinci, Windsor Castle, National Gallery of Art, Fitzwilliam Museum


New catalog of DNA mutation 'fingerprints' could help doctors pinpoint cancer culprits

Scientists in Cambridge and London have developed a catalog of DNA mutation 'fingerprints' that could help doctors pinpoint the environmental culprit responsible for a patient's tumor - including showing some of the fingerprints left in lung tumors by specific chemicals found in tobacco smoke.
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How Kate Middleton will celebrate Easter with Prince George and Princess Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge like to ensure that their three young children lead as...
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How Kate will celebrate Easter with Prince George and Princess Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge like to ensure that their three young children lead as...
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Princess Charlotte's adorable new dress is from Kate's favourite royal kidswear brand

Royal fashion fans aren't only interested in the Duchess of Cambridge's own...
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The Monday Roundup: Protected by law, speed research, Walmart’s new bikes, and more

This week’s Monday Roundup is sponsored by Ride Like a Girl Cycling, who invites you to their ‘Coastal Delight’, all-inclusive training camp for beginner riders: May 20-22 in Pacific City on the Oregon Coast. Welcome to the week! Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days. Where protection is the law: Big news from Massachusetts where the city of Cambridge passed a city council ordinance that mandates physical protection for bike lanes. City Lab says the law m...
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Royal baby 2019: The Duchess of Sussex's due date, potential names, gender and latest news

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”,  the Duke of Sussex frequently confessed he would love to have children, and the rest is royally romantic history.  The newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth grandchild to arrive, please enjoy everything we know about royal baby Sussex so far, and how the Duchess plans to give birth. When is...
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House Chairmen Demand White House Documents on Trump’s ‘Alarming’ Sanctuary City Plan

REUTERSThree powerful House Democrats are requesting the White House release all documents relating to President Trump’s plan to conduct a targeted release of undocumented immigrants in so-called “sanctuary cities,” a policy intended to serve as retribution for Democrats for failing to sign on with the president’s immigration agenda.In a letter sent on Monday morning, Reps. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Bennie Thompson (D-MS)—chairs of the House Oversight, Judiciary and Homel...
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'Fingerprint database' could help scientists to identify new cancer culprits

Scientists in Cambridge and London have developed a catalogue of DNA mutation 'fingerprints' that could help doctors pinpoint the environmental culprit responsible for a patient's tumour - including showing some of the fingerprints left in lung tumours by specific chemicals found in tobacco smoke.
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Kate expected to make Prince Louis' first birthday extra-special – here's how

It doesn't seem like five minutes ago that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced...
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This is the one clothing brand Princess Charlotte has stayed loyal to

Royal fashion fans aren't only interested in the Duchess of Cambridge's own...
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Kate Middleton expected to make Prince Louis' first birthday extra-special – here's how

It doesn't seem like five minutes ago that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced...
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Cambridge University and Vatican Manuscripts Made Public Online

Hundreds of medieval Greek manuscripts held by Cambridge and Heidelberg universities and the Vatican are to be made available to the public online. The £1.6m project will digitise more than 800 volumes featuring the works of Plato and Aristotle, among others. The manuscripts date from the early Christian period to the early modern era (about 1500 – 1700 AD). Cambridge University said the two-year project would open up “some of the most important manuscripts” to the world. Source & Full Story
Tags: Cambridge, Vatican, Cambridge University, Genealogy, Heidelberg, Aristotle, Plato, Digitization - Archives, Genealogy News, Genealogyblog, Vatican Manuscripts Made Public Online


Kate Middleton gives Princess Charlotte a piggyback as they join the Tindalls on day out

With the Easter holidays in full swing, the Cambridge family have been enjoying spending...
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Kate Middleton's brother James lists surprising item on eBay

The Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother James Middleton has taken to eBay to sell...
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Parents press Harvard to remove Sackler name from art museum

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Parents whose children fatally overdosed on opioids are demanding Harvard University remove the name of a family whose company makes the powerful painkiller OxyContin from a building that housed one of its art museums. About two dozen parents protested Friday outside the building that was home to the Arthur M. Sackler […]
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A Catalogue of Lost 16th-Century Books

Hernando Colón was the illegitimate son of Christopher Columbus. He was also one of the great book collectors of 16th century Europe, having traveled extensively and assembled a library of about 15,000 volumes. What’s left of Colón’s library has been housed in Seville Cathedral since 1552. The other evidence of the library is a catalogue, with epitomes and summaries of the books in the collection. But the catalog itself, called the Libro de los Epítomes, was thought to be lost, until it was ...
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The Cambridge Philosophical Society

In 2019, the Cambridge Philosophical Society celebrates its 200th anniversary. When it was set up in 1819, Cambridge was not a place to do any kind of serious science. There were a few professors in scientific subjects but almost no proper laboratories or facilities. Students rarely attended lectures, and degrees were not awarded in the sciences. The Philosophical Society was Cambridge’s first scientific society. Within a few years of its foundation, it had begun hosting regular meetings, set up...
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