"Research" Blogs & Blog Posts

ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
KIPWORLDKIPWORLD

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

 
Coaching ResearchCoaching Research

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

 
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

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

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

 
Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

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

 


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Originally posted on Avon's Edge -- Stephen D'Evelyn's Blog: Recently, the Conservative government has decided to cut Employment and Support Allowance for new claimants. (See: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/mar/29/employment-...

 Generating speech from a piece of text is a common and important task undertaken by computers, but it’s pretty rare that the result could be mistaken for ordinary speech. A new technique from researchers at Alphabet’s DeepMind takes...

Researchers have discovered a possible link between bipolar disorder and certain blood markers. The UK-based longitudinal study (PDF) started when kids were nine years old, examining if the presence of the infection-fighting interleukin-6 (IL-6), C-r...

The other day, I had a participant who visited my lab, who acted quite weird. The sad thing is that I couldn't screen them whether they are high or not beforehand, so while most of my participants are good and therefore the data they contribute a...

3D printing has done a lot for medical science. It's helped us create better prosthetics, manufacture artificial vertebrae and even develop smaller internal cameras. Next, it could help us revolutionize medication delivery. MIT researchers are u...

 Rats and other whiskered animals use senses that we don’t yet possess. In addition to being able to run mazes and lick our faces to confirm we aren’t covered in BBQ sauce, scientists have confirmed that some animals use their flowin...

One of the best parts of any vacation is finding that unsung local landmark. Perhaps it’s a neighborhood bar that blew you away, a cultural monument rarely mentioned in travel guides, or an amazing burrito from a street cart. Over on the New York T...