At the secluded country house where the country's top computer scientists cracked the unbreakable Nazi Enigma code, a key factor in victory in World War Two, Britain has begun a hunt
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Chris LaPorte from Michigan created the 13x26ft masterpiece (pictured) for the ArtPrize 2012 using an 80-year-old photo of his grandfather and his high school marching band.
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The history of Little Miss Muffet, Jack and Jill, and Incy Wincy Spider, is set to be the focus of Education experts from the University of Sheffield, in the form of a unique new resource.
The University of Cambridge's £350 million ($566 million) bond issue, intended to help finance a major housing and research development, has prompted concern about the potential impact on the institution of a decline in the property market.