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Tim Sandle

Editor-at-Large based in London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Oct 1, 2011
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Tim Sandle is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for science news.
He is a microbiologist, specializing in healthcare and general science. He is additionally a writer and journalist. He is interested in science, history, politics and current affairs.

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Tim Sandle said:
... and revealing about the brutality of the English Civil War ( or English Revolution, depending in your politics.)
In News: Skeletons found in mass graves are Scottish prisoners of war
Tim Sandle said:
Looks interesting.
In News: Google's new Nexus 5 could be coming this month
Tim Sandle said:
I've tried Edge. Seems good.
In News: EdgeHTML — Microsoft releases a new open source browser
Tim Sandle posted Call for tighter blood sugar control to avoid diabetes
Tim Sandle posted New health data released for Scotland with mixed messages
Tim Sandle said:
... quote: "Jeremy Corbyn does not look like the next leader of Britain's Labour Party" - yes he does. I hope he wins.
In News: Low-key but hopeful, UK's 'Corbynistas' eye fairer future
Tim Sandle posted Doubts cast over e-cigarette research
Tim Sandle said:
... for the long term this time.
In News: Liberia declared free of Ebola - again: WHO
Tim Sandle said:
Fascinating material.
In News: NASA develops material capable of healing its own bullet wounds
Tim Sandle said:
... prions are very strange things - not relaly 'living' - but capable of causing the most serious and dealy of diseases.
In News: Neurodegenerative disease risk as new prion is discovered