"Research" Blogs & Blog Posts

Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
PTSD: A Soldier's PerspectivePTSD: A Soldier's Perspective

Combat PTSD Vet, blogger, advocate and social work student with a unique pe...

 
Coaching ResearchCoaching Research

The practice of coaching is expanding rapidly, yet the process and impact o...

 
iPentimento | Genealogy and HistoryiPentimento | Genealogy and History

Genealogy and History

 
The Dinah Project BlogThe Dinah Project Blog

A rundown on what's good and what's bad in the world of sex, wit...

 
KIPWORLDKIPWORLD

Kip Jones' musings and reports on Performative Social Science, or the ...

 
Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

Researching the intersections between religion, disability, society and cul...

 


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Researchers from Harvard University and Boston Children's Hospital have developed a breakthrough "soft robot" device that might improve your odds of surviving a heart attack. Unlike mechanical devices inserted into heart valves, it'...

As if the constant data breaches that threaten to expose the one password you use for absolutely everything weren't enough, apparently you now need to start worrying about posting that cute selfie. The peace sign is many people's go-to pict...

 Swiss researchers have given a literal twist to the proverbial ticker, designing a clock-like device that could help power pacemakers by harvesting energy from the heart itself — just like an automatic watch harvests movement from the mot...

Parents have been told to avoid giving peanut-containing foods to babies for a long time, but recent research has started to suggest the opposite. Now, the National Institutes of Health recommend parents introduce peanuts to babies as young as four t...

“Mersey River Rocks” 32 x 45 cms Museum Aquarelle, Prismacolor, Polychromos, Luminance & Derwent Artist’s pencils on Mi Teintes paper. Own reference. Do you suffer from CORCD? I do. “Compulsive, Obsessive Rock Collector’s Di...

Some ancient relics never cease to pique the interest of modern societies.  Sample this: A 4,500-year-old metal figurine, one of the most critical excavations related to the Indus Valley Civilization — arguably the world's oldest human civ...

When Apple said it would publish its artificial intelligence research, it raised at least a couple of big questions. When would we see the first paper? And would the public data be important, or would the company keep potential trade secrets close.