"Research" Blogs & Blog Posts

Bigger Picture ResearchBigger Picture Research

A no-nonsense look at film business research from around the world

 
iPentimento | Genealogy and HistoryiPentimento | Genealogy and History

Genealogy and History

 
Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

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

 
Coaching ResearchCoaching Research

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

 
The Dinah Project BlogThe Dinah Project Blog

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

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

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

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 


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For better and worse, humans are only improving their ability to deceive themselves with technology.

Researchers at the Georgia Tech and Korea University believe they have found a way to power implantable medical devices like pacemakers with a new fuel cell made from cotton fiber. The glucose-powered biofuel cell could provide twice as much power as...

Researchers from New York University have found a way to produce fake fingerprints using artificial intelligence that could fool biometric scanners (or the human eye) into thinking they're the real deal. The DeepMasterPrints, as the researchers...

While Alzheimer's disease affects tens of millions of people worldwide, it remains difficult to detect early on. But researchers exploring whether AI can play a role in detecting Alzheimer's in patients are finding that it may be a valuable...

NASA and the European Space Agency have teamed up on a new video about astronauts in the International Space Station. But this one is a little different than the videos you've watched in the past because it's the first 8K ultra high definit...

In a new study of the most downloaded apps for children ages 5 and younger, researchers found advertising in almost all of them.

A new study out of Stanford University has found that while nearly every unique comment filed in response to the FCC's proposal to repeal net neutrality opposed the agency's plan, net neutrality support was geographically widespread and spa...