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World's Oldest Periodic Table Chart Found At University of St Andrews In Scotland (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Phys.Org: A periodic table chart discovered at the University of St Andrews is thought to be the oldest in the world. The chart of elements, dating from 1885, was discovered in the University's School of Chemistry in 2014 by Dr. Alan Aitken during a clear out. The storage area was full of chemicals, equipment and laboratory paraphernalia that had accumulated since the opening of the chemistry department at its current location in 1968. Following months of...
Tags: News, Scotland, University, Vienna, University Of St Andrews, St Andrews, University of California Los Angeles, Mendeleev, BeauHD, Eric Scerri, University s School of Chemistry, Alan Aitken, Verlag, Lenoir Forster Wien, Lith von Ant Hartinger Sohn Wien


Scottish football legend Willie Henderson's Sahara trek

Former Rangers and Scotland player Willie Henderson is doing the 100-mile challenge to raise money for charity.
Tags: News, Scotland, Willie Henderson, Sahara


'Frail' Edinburgh couple face removal to Iran

The couple have lived in Scotland for years but their lawyer claims they could "live the rest of their days without their family".
Tags: News, Scotland, Iran


Making Beto go away.

They know they have to do it. Here's what the early-stage ousting looks like on Drudge:Reading the links (in order):1. "MEDIA TURNING AGAINST 'BABBLING' BETO..." = "Preseason is over for Beto O'Rourke" (Carter Eskew in WaPo, reprinted at CT): The nation's best and toughest reporters have his number and want nothing more than to take his measure and knock him down.... The love bubble surrounding O'Rourke is leaking. To his would-be Democratic rivals, he's no longer the scrappy, truth-telling, uni...
Tags: Music, England, Texas, London, Law, Scotland, Senate, White House, Wikipedia, Cnn, The Who, Yale, Jack Kerouac, The Washington Post, BETO, Ray


VAR training could take a year before Scottish football adopts technology

Introducing VAR in Scottish football would take around 12 months for the relevant training and testing to take place, BBC Scotland learns.
Tags: Scotland, Football, Bbc


Your pictures

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 11 - 18 January.
Tags: News, Scotland


Photo: Andy Robertson signing his new Liverpool contract

Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson has posted a photo on social media showing him signing his new contract. The Scotland international, aged 25, put... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Scotland, Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Andy Robertson


Britain experiences coldest night of winter so far

Yellow warnings for snow and ice in place after temperature plunges as low as -10.7CThursday night was the coldest of the winter so far as temperatures plunged to as low as -10.7C (12.7F).The low was recorded by the Met Office at Aboyne in Aberdeenshire, beating the previous mark of -10.5C (13.1F) recorded on 3 January in Braemar. Continue reading...
Tags: Weather, Wales, Scotland, UK News, Britain, Met Office, Aberdeenshire, Aboyne, Braemar Continue


Scotland's papers: Get ready for IndyRef2

Nicola Sturgeon pledges to set out plans for a second independence referendum, say the front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon


Scotland's papers: Get ready for IndyRef2 and killer's razor attack

Nicola Sturgeon pledges to set out plans for a second independence referendum, say the front pages.
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World's Oldest Periodic Table Chart Found At University of St Andrews In Scotland

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Phys.Org: A periodic table chart discovered at the University of St Andrews is thought to be the oldest in the world. The chart of elements, dating from 1885, was discovered in the University's School of Chemistry in 2014 by Dr. Alan Aitken during a clear out. The storage area was full of chemicals, equipment and laboratory paraphernalia that had accumulated since the opening of the chemistry department at its current location in 1968. Following months of...
Tags: Scotland, Tech, University, Vienna, University Of St Andrews, St Andrews, University of California Los Angeles, Mendeleev, Eric Scerri, University s School of Chemistry, Alan Aitken, Verlag, Lenoir Forster Wien, Lith von Ant Hartinger Sohn Wien


UK: Sugar Sugar: Is Extra Legislation For The Food And Drink Industry The Solution To Scotland's Obesity Problem? - Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

So sang the Archies in their 1969 hit. Although half a century has passed since their song topped the charts, the Scottish Government believes too many of us in Scotland are still candy girls and boys and consume too much sugar and high fat food.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Wedderburn LLP


UK: Brexit - What's On The Horizon For The Rural Sector? - Anderson Strathern LLP

What are the main Brexit concerns and opportunities for Scotland's farms and rural estates? Farmers unions have welcomed the progress made on reaching a deal.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Anderson Strathern LLP


UK: First Appeal By The General Medical Council In Scotland Refused By The Court - Anderson Strathern LLP

The first appeal brought in Scotland by the General Medical Council has confirmed that the court needs to find the original tribunal decision was ‘manifestly wrong' before it will interfere with the
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, General Medical Council, Court Anderson Strathern LLP


Western Gailes Golf Club - Course Profile

Western Gailes Golf Club Irvine, Ayrshire, SCOTLAND7014 YARDS (PAR 71)COURSE SSS/SLOPE: 75/140COURSE ARCHITECT: Fred Morris (1897)ACCESSIBILITY: Semi-PrivateCOURSE WEBSITE: http://westerngailes.com/ ROUNDS PLAYED: 1LAST PLAYED: August 12, 2017.LOW SCORE: 89 (+18) ACCOLADES -- Golf Digest World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (Outside USA) 2018: #100- Top100GolfCourses.com Britain and Ireland Top 100 2018: #34 "I had heard so much praise about Western Gailes over the years that it was high on my l...
Tags: Usa, Scotland, Sport, Britain, United States, Ireland, Golf, Portland, Glasgow, Golf Digest, North America, Stephen, Royal Troon, Hill, Heather, Matt


Police dig plan in hunt for Mary Duncan missing 43 years

Detectives plan to excavate land in the search for a young mum who vanished almost 43 years ago, BBC Scotland understands.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Bbc, Mary Duncan


Police plan dig in hunt for Mary Duncan missing 43 years

Detectives plan to excavate land in the search for a young mum who vanished almost 43 years ago, BBC Scotland understands.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, Mary Duncan


Andy Robertson signs new long-term Liverpool deal

What a success story Roberton has been Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has signed a new long-term deal at the club after impressing immensely since joining from Hull back in 2017. Robertson signed for the Liverpool in a deal worth in the region of £10million and that looks like an incredible bargain now. Since joining, Robertson has gone from strength to strength and is now regarded by many as the best left-back in the Premier League. Robertson’s rise since 2012 is also an inspiration to ever...
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Tottenham, Serbia, Divock Origi, Merseyside, Hull, UEFA Champions League, Red Star Belgrade, Melwood, Robertson, Liverpoolfc, BELGRADE Serbia


Robertson signs new long-term Liverpool deal

London (AFP) – Scotland captain Andy Robertson became the latest Liverpool player to sign a new long-term contract on Thursday, with the left-back agreeing a deal until 2024. Signed from Hull City in July 2017,... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Scotland, Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Hull City, Afp, Robertson, Andy Robertson


Andy Robertson: Liverpool & Scotland defender signs new contract until 2024

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson signs a new contract keeping him at Anfield until the summer of 2024.
Tags: News, Scotland, Liverpool, Anfield, Andy Robertson


Why the Brexit deadlock cannot be broken

The United Kingdom is a notoriously boring and stable country. England hasn't had a civil war since 1651, and the last time the country was invaded, in 1688, the elite decided to pretend they'd backed the whole thing all along, dubbing it a "glorious revolution" (Scotland and Northern Ireland had far bloodier experiences).
Tags: England, Scotland, Cnn, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland


Snow and ice cause Scotland travel disruption

Several roads are closed in the north east after ice and snow cause problems for drivers.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, North East


Snow and ice cause travel disruption in Scotland

Several roads are closed in the north east after ice and snow cause problems for drivers.
Tags: News, Scotland, North East


UK weather: Met Office warns of ice and snow across eastern regions

Arctic weather front will affect coastal strip between Northumberland and SuffolkThe Met Office has issued a new warning for snow and ice for much of eastern England as the unusually mild start to January is brought to an end with an Arctic weather front.The warning covers a strip of England’s east coast from Northumberland to Suffolk, where up to 3cm of snow is forecast in some places later on Thursday and into Friday. The snow will be confined to coastal areas before dying out, the Met Office ...
Tags: Weather, UK, England, Scotland, UK News, Met Office, Northumberland, Suffolk, SuffolkThe Met Office


Free sanitary products scheme expands in Scotland

The Scottish government announces a further £4m for free sanitary products in more public places.
Tags: News, Scotland


Snow and ice bring travel problems in north east of Scotland

Several roads are closed in the north east after ice and snow cause problems for drivers.
Tags: News, Scotland, North East


Barnhill Rock Garden in Broughty Ferry, Dundee

If the weather is dry one of my favourite places to visit in Dundee, is Barnhill Rock Garden, in the seaside suburb of Broughty Ferry. It’s usually quite sheltered in the garden, with the trees and shrubs offering some respite if there is an easterly wind. I’ve visited at all times of year. There are […]
Tags: Travel, Scotland, Dundee, Broughty Ferry Dundee, Barnhill Rock Garden


Scotland's papers: 'Parliament in paralysis' after vote

Theresa May surviving a no confidence vote in the government dominates Scotland's front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland, Theresa May, Parliament


Action Oppenheim, E Phillips: Miss Brown of X Y O (1927); v1

Inspired by the General Strike of 1926, this novel follows the adventures of young Miss Brown, typiste, who inadvertantly gets caught up in a struggle between a subversive group led by Russians who are trying to explode a similar confrontation into a violent revolution, and a tiny Scotland Yard unit attempting to frustrate the Russians. Attached Files Miss Brown of XYO - E Phillips Oppenheim.epub (433.4 KB)
Tags: Books, Scotland, ePub Books, Brown, Phillips, Oppenheim, Phillips Oppenheim


Wave FM introduces new audio branding and jingles

Dundee and Perth’s commercial radio station Wave FM has a new set of custom jingles and imaging now on-air. The audio has been created by AudioSweets ID for the DC Thomson-owned station, which relaunched in 2018 following the merger of Heartland FM and Wave 102. Andrew McMurray, Senior Manager Radio at DC Thomson Media said “It was a delight working with the Audio Sweets team. They completely understood our brief and the direction we wanted to take.” The themes span all the musical genres that ...
Tags: Scotland, Radio, Dundee, Perth, Andrew, DC Thomson, Production News, Lincs FM Group, Audio and Sound, Audiosweets Id, DC Thomson Media, Wave Fm, Andrew McMurray