"Research" Blogs & Blog Posts

Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

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

 
iPentimento | Genealogy and HistoryiPentimento | Genealogy and History

Genealogy and History

 
Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
Bigger Picture ResearchBigger Picture Research

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

 
KIPWORLDKIPWORLD

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

 
The Dinah Project BlogThe Dinah Project Blog

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

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 


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If you've ever pulled out your phone to take a picture of a butterfly, researchers want your help. A team from the University of Maine is using an app that lets citizens scientists along the East Coast take photos of monarch butterfly migration...

It’s a problem that plagues even the priciest of lenses, manufactured to the most exacting specifications: the center of the frame might be razor-sharp, but the corners and edges always look a little soft. It’s a problem that’s existed for thou...

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. We know the story is always there. Yet, bringing the story to the surface often requires the right questions. And no one is be...

Hello, weekenders. This is Week-in-Review, where I give a heavy amount of analysis and/or rambling thoughts on one story while scouring the rest of the hundreds of stories that emerged on TechCrunch this week to surface my favorites for your reading...

“Coastal Rocks”40 x 60 cms Prismacolor pencils on Canson Pastel Board. Own reference. Today’s featured coloured pencil drawing happens to be my biggest selling print as a greeting card not only in Australia, but overseas. For some reaso...

Our phones contain a disturbing amount of information about us. While calls, messages, app usage and location logs have all been used to profile users, phone accelerometers contain key information, too. Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute.

A robotic arm smoothly traces the movements of a cursor on a computer screen, controlled by the brain activity of a person sitting close by who stares straight ahead. The person wears a cap covered in electrodes. This "mind-controlled" robot...