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Apple unveils Research app with heart and women’s health studies

Apple unveiled the Apple Research app for people to contribute to health studies being conducted with groups like National Institutes of Health.Read More...

Apple unveils Research app with heart and women’s health studies

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Apple Is Launching Three New Health Studies, and You Can Participate Today, Apple announced that they are launching three new health studies, and that you’ll be able to sign up via a forthcoming Research app....
22:52, 09/10/2019

Apple continues health push with three new medical studies Three new studies, available on the Research app later this fall, will explore new areas of medical research. [credit: Apple ] Apple announced three new health studies Tuesday that will add...
06:00, 09/11/2019

More research monkeys retire when studies finish WESTFIELD, Wis. (AP) — Izzle, Timon, Batman, River and Mars spent years confined to inside of a lab, their lives devoted to being tested for the benefit of human health. But these rhesus macaques have paid their dues and have settled into retirement. The monkeys can now amble around in larger enclos...
09:00, 06/13/2019

More research labs are retiring, rather than euthanizing, monkeys when studies finish WESTFIELD, Wis. — Izzle, Timon, Batman, River and Mars spent years confined inside a lab, their lives devoted to being tested for the benefit of human health. But these rhesus macaques have paid their dues and are now living in retirement — in larger enclosures that let them venture outside, e...
23:34, 06/13/2019

Report says Coke's academic research funding comes with a hitch. It can kill studies it doesn't like It said Coke retained the right to "quash studies" or "pressure researchers" in at least five agreements with academic institutions from 2015 to 2016....
01:51, 05/08/2019

Virginia tech research team studies low latency military networks with DOD-funded grant Using a $7.5 million, five-year Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative grant, a Virginia Tech research team looks into the latency of military IoT systems....
21:00, 09/18/2019

Health Law Improved Access to Cancer Treatment, Studies Show New studies suggest the 2010 Affordable Care Act has modestly improved Americans’ timely access to cancer treatment, and may have smoothed some racial disparities in patient access....
17:00, 06/02/2019

Apple unveils new Apple Watches, latest iPads and iPhones with multiple cameras The tech giant announced the new iPhone 11 and iPhone Pro during an event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.       ...
01:18, 09/11/2019

Apple Unveils iPhone 11 Trio, New Apple Watch Series, and More Apple on Tuesday unveiled new cheaper watches and iPhones and refreshed the entry-level iPad. But it also announced the pricing and release dates for new subscription services, including its......
07:34, 09/11/2019

Apple unveils latest iPhones, Apple Watch It’s deja vu all over again. Apple on Tuesday unveiled a trio of new iPhones that look almost identical to the handsets it released in 2018 and 2017. The company’s new flagship phone — the iPhone Pro — is virtually a clone of last year’s iPhone XS, save for an enormous and unsightly camera bump......
00:51, 09/11/2019

Most Supplements and Dietary Changes Do Squat for Your Heart, Large Research Review Finds There are lots of things you can do to keep your heart healthy and hopefully live longer. But a new review suggests that most dietary changes and supplements won’t move the needle much, if at all. Some supplements might even slightly increase your chances of a stroke.Read more......
05:51, 07/10/2019

Women's health arrives on Apple Health priority list Inspired by the Apple Heart Study, the company launches new studies of women's health, movement, and hearing. Data will come from apps on the new Apple Watch Series 5....
03:17, 09/11/2019

Research on children’s health risks in doubt over EPA funds WASHINGTON (AP) — Children’s health researchers say uncertainty about funding from the Environmental Protection Agency is jeopardizing or ending long-running studies about the harm posed by pesticides and other pollution. The EPA and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences have...
00:34, 05/22/2019

Coca-Cola Can Terminate Health Research It Funds, Investigation Finds The bounty of research funding provided by companies such as Coca-Cola to universities and elsewhere may come with some major strings attached, according to an investigation out Tuesday. The paper’s authors describe evidence of Coca-Cola crafting research agreements with universities in the U.S. an...
16:34, 05/08/2019

Paleo diet may be bad for heart health Researchers have uncovered fresh evidence that following a Paleo diet may place heart health at risk, and they identify a possible source of the threat....
04:00, 07/24/2019

Can blueberries protect heart health? A recent study that investigated the impact of blueberries on cardiovascular health concludes that we should all be eating 1 cup of blueberries each day....
15:51, 06/01/2019

The Science Is Mixed on Taking Supplements for Mental Health, Research Review Finds A new large review of the scientific evidence suggests that most dietary supplements don’t do much to help people suffering from mental health disorders.Read more......
02:17, 09/11/2019

More evidence links dog ownership to better heart health (Reuters Health) - No one can say if it's the walks or the unconditional love, but there's something about owning a dog that goes hand in hand with better heart health, suggests a study in eastern Europe....
02:34, 09/14/2019

Cutting just 300 calories a day can improve your heart health Cutting just 300 calories a day can improve your heart health. That’s according to new research from Duke University. The study tracked over 200 adults who were at a normal weight or carrying just a few extra pounds. Those who ate 300 fewer calories a day for two years lost weight and improved...
00:00, 07/13/2019

4 Your Health: More young people having heart failure More young adults are having heart failure. More younger adults are dying from heart failure. That’s according to a new study from Northwestern University. It shows despite many advances in treatment deaths from heart failure have increased since 2012, especially among adults under 65. Researc...
18:00, 05/07/2019

Democratic presidential candidate Buttigieg unveils health plan Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Thursday unveiled his plan to reform the U.S. healthcare system by offering everyone coverage under the federal Medicare program, but not forcing people to give up private health insurance plans....
01:34, 09/20/2019

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Buttigieg unveils health plan Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Thursday unveiled his plan to reform the U.S. healthcare system by offering everyone coverage under the federal Medicare program, but not forcing people to give up private heath insurance plans....
13:51, 09/19/2019

4 Your Health: Overweight teens face heart risk Overweight teens may face a higher risk of a rare but serious heart condition as adults. Researchers in Sweden tracked over one-point-six million men for 46 years. They found men who were even mildly overweight as teens were more likely to develop cardiomyopathy, a heart muscle condition that can le...
11:51, 05/30/2019

100m bacteria a day keep the doctor away, apple research suggests Study finds organic apples have more diverse and balanced bacterial communityThe impact of an apple a day in keeping the doctor away may be partly down to the beneficial bacteria it carries and their subsequent colonisation of your gut, according to scientists.A study has found that a typical apple ...
06:51, 07/24/2019

It’s really real: Apple unveils the all-new Mac Pro Enlarge (credit: Apple) SAN JOSE, Calif.—Today, Apple announced a new Mac Pro desktop computer—the first new product in that line since 2013. The device will start at $5,999 for a configuration that includes 32GB of memory, an eight-core Intel Xeon processor, a 256GB SSD, and AMD Radeon Pro 580X g...
21:51, 06/03/2019

Burger King unveils moody meals for mental health awareness Burger King is bringing attention to mental health issues -- and taking a stab at rival McDonald's -- with a line of so-called Real Meals, boxed hamburger combos with different moods....
20:00, 05/02/2019

Kristen Gillibrand unveils plan to tackle mental health 'crisis' Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand unveiled a plan Tuesday to take on the "mental health crisis" in the United States and remove the stigma that she said has existed for too long....
01:34, 08/21/2019

Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health, study finds High consumption of coffee no worse for arteries than drinking less than a cup a dayCoffee lovers who drink up to 25 cups a day can rest assured the drink is not bad for their heart, scientists say.Some previous studies have suggested that coffee stiffens arteries, putting pressure on the heart and ...
07:51, 06/03/2019

How calcium in coronary arteries can predict future heart health According to a recent study, higher levels of calcium in the coronary artery could put middle-aged and black people at risk of serious heart problems....
14:34, 06/23/2019

Millions should stop taking aspirin for heart health, study says d. Guidelines released this year ruled out routine aspirin use for many older adults who don't already have heart disease — and said it's only for certain younger people under doctor's orders....
20:34, 07/23/2019

Vegetarian heart health: Study identifies benefits and risks A new study concludes that a vegetarian diet reduces the risk of ischemic heart disease. It also finds a small but surprising increased risk of stroke....
12:34, 09/08/2019

Mayo Clinic Uses AI to Glean Patients' Overall Health From EKG Heart Test Artificial intelligence could help doctors learn more than the condition of a patient’s heart from an electrocardiogram: Applying AI to the heart test data could indicate overall health status, researchers at the Mayo Clinic have discovered....
11:51, 08/30/2019

4 Your Health: Afternoon naps cut risk of a heart attack or stroke (NBC News)- New research reveals why people tend to gain weight as they get older. Scientists in Sweden studied fat cells in 54 men and women over 13 years. During this time, all of them had decreases in lipid turnover which is how quickly fat in the cells is removed and stored. People who did not ...
13:00, 09/11/2019

Heart health: Focus on healthful foods rather than diet type New research looks at proportions of macronutrients, such as carbs, protein, or fats, in three different diets and their effects on cardiovascular health....
17:51, 08/31/2019

Life on thin ice: mental health at the heart of the climate crisis Mental health at the heart of the climate crisisGreenland’s melting has been adopted by the world as its own problem. But for the islanders grieving their dissolving world, the crisis is personal, and dangerous‘Ecological grief’: Greenland residents traumatised by climate emergencyA thin blanket of ...
23:17, 08/12/2019

Pete Buttigieg unveils mental health plan that includes $100B investment Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg unveiled a mental health care plan Friday that includes dedicating $100 billion to a community innovation grant program....
20:34, 08/23/2019

Dietary Supplements May Be Harmful For Heart Health Of Young Adults And Children Supplements sold for weight loss, muscle building and energy boost posed three times more the risk of heart related ailments as compared to vitamin supplements...
18:17, 06/05/2019

Millions should stop popping aspirin for heart health, study warns After decades of primary care physicians advising patients to take a daily aspirin for heart health, experts at Harvard are disputing the practice. New guidelines, released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, suggest a daily low-dose aspirin for people who have ...
19:00, 07/23/2019

Apple announces developer iPhones with root access for security research For all we’ve made fun of Apple‘s walled garden here, every once in a while, the company opens up just a bit. Case in point: today the company revealed it would be producing a limited amount of iOS ‘Security Research Devices.’ These appear to basically be iPhones with far deeper access than availabl...
02:00, 08/09/2019

Apple Developer Conference Unveils What's Next for iPhones and More At Apple’s annual developer conference, the iPhone maker has introduced a “Sign-In With Apple” capability in a privacy push against Google and Facebook. The feature will allow users to sign in to apps without sharing personal data....
22:17, 06/03/2019

Apple unveils modular 2019 Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR After striking out with an earlier redesign of the Mac Pro, Apple went back to the drawing board for a new version, and is ready to show it off at WWDC.Read More...
20:51, 06/03/2019

Apple unveils new emojis to increase diversity In an effort to bring more diversity to its emoji collection, Apple announced Tuesday a new line of characters that include images representing the disabled along with expanded relationship options....
20:34, 07/17/2019

Survival up for children with single lower heart chamber, health problems persist For people born with only one heart ventricle, the Fontan procedure is literally a life saver, but the condition often compromises later quality of living, new research shows....
23:00, 07/01/2019

Heart Health: Eating More Plant-Based Foods May Help In Preventing Cardiovascular Issues A new study has claimed that eating more of plant-based foods and less of animal-based foods can lead to a better heart health and reduces the risk of death from serious heart diseases....
06:00, 08/08/2019

Eating cheese promotes heart health in people who eat lots of salt: study There’s a reason why salty, cured meats and cheeses pair so well together — and not just because it’s delicious. To the delight of fromage fans, cheese can actually help strengthen blood vessels against damage done by sodium, according to a new Penn State study. They say anti-oxidants fo...
22:34, 09/18/2019

Apple unveils 3 iPhones, Watch, larger iPad Apple unveiled three new iPhones, two with a triple-camera system, along with a new, bigger iPad and the fifth version of its smartwatch Tuesday during an announcement at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif....
02:51, 09/11/2019

Surprise! Apple unveils its 7th-gen iPad with a 10.2-inch display The new 10.2-inch iPad. It's a lot like the old one, just bigger. [credit: Apple ] CUPERTINO, Calif.—In an unexpected addition to Apple's iPhone event today, the company announced a new 7th...
06:00, 09/11/2019

WWDC 2019: Apple unveils new iOS, iPad OS, macOS and Mac Pro The iTunes app is dead, your iPhone will be faster and the $5,999 Mac Pro becomes firm’s most expensive computer Apple has announced that the iPhone is going to get faster with iOS 13, the iTunes app is dead on the Mac with the new macOS 10.15 Catalina, and the iPad is getting its own operating syst...
23:34, 06/03/2019

The Latest: Apple unveils privacy tools, iTunes changes SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on Apple’s developers conference (all times local): 12:20 p.m. New privacy tools and changes to Apple’s iTunes software are among the highlights at Apple’s annual developers conference. The event Monday is Apple’s chance to preview features ...
00:34, 06/04/2019

Milk, Dairy May Cut Risk Of Chronic Diseases Like Diabetes, Poor Heart Health: Study The following study reviewed global scientific literature on the role of dairy products in health and in the prevention of chronic diseases including cardiovascular, metabolic syndrome, colon or......
23:34, 07/06/2019

CHEAP: Still your beating heart. The Apple Watch Series 3 GPS is $199 Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! There are plenty of smartwatches out there. But year after year, the Apple Watch lords over the competition. Heck, Tim Cook makes a point to remind us all that it’s the best-selling watch in the world. That’s why...
19:00, 08/14/2019

Health and Human Services halts federal research using human fetal tissue The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that federal sciences will no longer be allowed to use human fetal tissue to carry out research, a move anti-abortion organizations hailed as a victory....
04:17, 06/06/2019

Factbox: Apple's streaming TV service to cost $4.99/month; unveils new iPhones Apple Inc on Tuesday launched a new streaming TV service, which will showcase original shows at a monthly price of $4.99, and unveiled three iPhone models featuring new camera systems....
02:17, 09/11/2019

Apple unveils entry-level 2019 iPad with a 10.2-inch screen The seventh-generation iPad is here, for the first time increasing the base model's screen from the 9.7-inch diagonal size Apple has used since 2010.Read More...
13:00, 09/11/2019

‘Biggest Loser’ host Bob Harper drives home heart health message 2 years after ‘widowmaker’ nearly killed him The fitness guru who coached contestants on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” through weight loss while millions tuned in week after week to see the results had failed to listen to his own body....
17:34, 05/16/2019

New iPod Touch has gaming at its heart, arriving in time for Apple Arcade Apple has announced a brand new version of the iPod touch, marking the first upgrade to the classic music and video player since 2015. The new iPod touch 7th generation is said to come with "enhancements to power, capability and communication", according to an Apple press release. These new cap...
17:00, 05/28/2019

Apple Watch’s heart rate monitor credit with saving another man’s life The Apple Watch may have initially been positioned as a fashion accessory — thanks in large part to Jony Ive — but it soon became apparent that its fitness and health-tracking features were what really attracted users to the device. Over time, Apple has done an impressive job of fleshing...
22:00, 07/21/2019

New smartwatch has ECG and heart rate monitor for a fraction of the Apple Watch's price The breakout feature on the Apple Watch series 4 has been the timepiece's electrocardiogram (ECG), monitor. This looks for abnormal heart rhythms and can help detect atrial fibrillation (AFib); this condition can lead to blood clots, strokes and can be fatal. The monitor on the Apple Watch has alrea...
06:00, 06/12/2019

Older women have higher heart disease risk with 'apple' shape (Reuters Health) - Older women who are at a healthy weight may be more likely to develop heart disease when they carry excess fat around their midsection than when they store more fat in their hips and thighs, a new study suggests....
18:00, 07/01/2019

Apple unveils new range of emojis including guide dogs, wheelchair users and falafel Apple has released previews of a number of new emojis due to be rolled out later this year - including a range of disability-themed designs - to mark World Emoji Day....
01:00, 07/17/2019

Goldman Sachs slaps Apple with the lowest price target of any major research firm as analysts predict TV+ will eat iPhone profits (AAPL) Apple Apple dropped as much as 2.3% on Friday after Goldman Sachs predicted the company's new accounting will cut into iPhones' average selling price. Analysts with the bank lowered their target to $165 per share from $187, setting a new lowest expectation for Apple shares among major Wall Street b...
19:17, 09/13/2019

4 Your Health: Cancer deaths down, heart disease deaths rise Fewer people are dying from cancer but deaths from heart disease are on the rise. Fewer middle-aged adults are dying from cancer but deaths from heart disease are on the rise. That’s according to the latest data from the Centers For Disease Control. Researchers tracked death trends among 45 to...
23:00, 05/22/2019

Promoting ‘a healthy sustainable future’, the UN health agency engages young and young at heart to 'Walk the Talk' Celebrating the importance of fitness, on Sunday morning in the Swiss city of Geneva, the United Nations health agency kicked off its second “Walk the Talk: The Health for All Challenge”....
19:00, 05/19/2019

Does Apple need to choose between consumer and B2B in health? Helping individuals develop healthier habits may be easier than making the healthcare industry user friendly. Apple may have to choose between the two....
16:51, 09/10/2019

The next health push for Apple: apps for asthma? With only a week to go before WWDC 2019, hordes of Apple fans – and pundits – are looking to see what the technology giant will choose to unveil at the developer-focused conference. If Apple's recent acquisition of Tueo Health is anything to go by, it could have something to do wi...
17:00, 05/28/2019

Apple augments its health initiative with another significant acquisition In an effort to further boost its growing health initiative, Apple reportedly acquired startup Tueo Health, which has been working on a system to help parents monitor children with asthma while asleep. According to CNBC, Tueo raised $1.1 million in seed funding in 2017, and then in late 2018, both C...
23:00, 05/27/2019

Apple offers tool for diabetics that integrates with its Health app Apple has long been rumored to be working on a way for the Apple Watch to noninvasively monitor the blood glucose levels of its users. This reading is used by diabetics to determine how much insulin they need to take before eating and usually requires a finger stick to draw blood. Such a feature for...
05:51, 06/28/2019

Apple unveils $1,000 Pro Display stand. Twitter users say 'no thanks!' Apple's $1,000 Pro Display stand isn't included with its new Mac monitor. iPhones, iPads and other Apple products are also getting more expensive.        ...
17:17, 06/05/2019

Apple more upfront with iPhone users on battery health: UK watchdog Britain's competition watchdog said on Wednesday that Apple Inc has committed to be "clearer and more upfront" with iPhone users about battery health and performance, after the regulator looked into consumer concerns on the matter....
14:51, 05/22/2019

Apple unveils the Pro Display XDR, a display unlike anything else on the market Enlarge / Hellllooooo, Pro Display XDR. (credit: Apple) SAN JOSE, Calif.—Apple used its WWDC keynote presentation to announce its first new computer display product since the Apple Thunderbolt Display (which was introduced in 2011). It's called the Pro Display XDR, and it looks to be a display unl...
21:51, 06/03/2019

Apple health team sees departures, reportedly over modest ambitions Quite a few members of Apple's health team have exited the company in recent months, and a lack of ambitious direction is reportedly to blame.Read More...
02:00, 08/21/2019

Why Apple's iPhone 11 may not excite businesses, but expanded focus on health data should Apple gives iPhone 11, Watch Series 5, and iPad incremental hardware refresh, but services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and a new health-focused Research app are the real story....
03:17, 09/11/2019

Apple wants Siri to discuss health problems and translate speech in 2021 Apple's digital assistant Siri might be capable of actual conversational AI in 2021, if the company holds to a timetable included in leaked documents.Read More...
00:34, 09/07/2019

Health insurer Anthem has hired a bunch of Apple employees to help it modernize Tech companies like Apple are chasing the $3.5 trillion health care market that's been slow to evolve.Traditional health companies are striking back....
22:51, 07/09/2019

Apple WatchOS 6 updates: App Store, women's health, more complications (WWDC 2019) Apple revealed details on the upcoming WatchOS 6 update for Apple Watch wearers. New health tools, complications, and more are included in this significant release....
21:00, 06/03/2019

Apple continues expanding into health care by selling its first diabetes product in stores The introduction of the $69.95 monitor is a prime example of how Apple is increasingly breaking into the health space by making the iPhone and Apple Watch a key hub for people's personal health....
15:51, 06/27/2019

Apple, Google, and Microsoft partner to provide digital access to patients’ health records Representatives from major tech companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft have joined with some of the biggest health insurers and hospitals in an initiative to provide consumers with easier access to their medical information. Called the CARIN Blue Button API, the data model is a standard...
11:17, 07/31/2019

Apple lets users track menstrual cycles on Health app, Watch with software update Apple's adds Cycle Tracker to the Health app and Watch to record menstruation cycles and patterns, jumping into an industry with over 1,000 apps.       ...
20:51, 06/09/2019

Pokemon GO August 2019 Research Quest Rewards: What are the August Field Research Quests? POKEMON GO Field Research Quests typically rotate every month. Here's everything you need to know, including all the details for the field research quests, tasks and rewards in August 2019....
09:17, 08/02/2019

Apple lets users track menstrual period cycles on Health app, Watch with software update Apple's adds Cycle Tracker to the Health app and Watch to record menstruation cycles and patterns, jumping into an industry with over 1,000 apps.        ...
10:34, 06/07/2019

Heart patches and new blood test lead pioneering heart failure treatments Scientists have developed a blood test which detects heart failure at an early stage, and heart patches which could repair damaged hearts after attacks....
08:34, 06/04/2019

‘Pumping’ stem cell heart patch could repair damage caused by heart attacks A revolutionary "pumping" patch made of living stem cells from the patients' own tissue could help repair the damage caused by a heart attack, according to scientists -- and it could be used on human patients in as little as two years....
04:17, 06/05/2019

She Studies Sea Snakes by the Seafloor Sea snakes are the most diverse group of marine reptiles in the world, but they are poorly understood and threatened by development. Blanche D’Anastasi is among the scientists working to save them....
22:51, 08/19/2019

Mexico studies building new immigration facilities Mexico is studying a change in the way it handles the migrants who have been overwhelming its facilities near the border with Guatemala, and may try to keep more of them in newly constructed voluntary shelters rather than in detention facilities....
22:00, 05/21/2019

Extra-mural studies: why students should not look away from uncomfortable art The case of George Washington high school in San Francisco is mirrored by the covering of harsh images in Harlem. But such images must be seenEven urging a “truer history”, Paloma Flores, a member of California’s Pitt River tribe, questions the validity of showing an image of a murdered Native Ameri...
18:51, 05/26/2019

The Debate About Ethnic Studies for California Students Monday: The new curriculum could devolve into a political scrum, while still being great for engaging students. Also: Kamala Harris’s fund-raising turning point....
18:17, 08/19/2019

Experimental Ebola Treatments Look Successful in Lab Studies, Says the CDC A humanitarian crisis, attacks on health workers and rampant misinformation have for months fueled an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), amplifying the effects of a highly contagious and often-fatal disease. As a result, international health groups have declared this the s...
19:17, 07/10/2019

No link between video games and violence, studies say NEW YORK (AP) — Do video games trigger violent behavior? Scientific studies have found no link. But the persistent theory is back in the headlines following Saturday's mass shooting in El Paso, Texas....
20:34, 08/06/2019

Pokemon GO July 2019 Research Quest Rewards: What are the July 2019 Field Research Quests? POKEMON GO Field Research Quests typically rotate every month. Here's everything you need to know, including all the details for the field research quests, tasks and rewards in July 2019....
20:17, 07/01/2019

Pokemon GO June 2019 Research Quest Rewards: What are the June 2019 Field Research Quests? POKEMON GO Field Research Quests typically rotate every month. Here's everything you need to know, including all the details for the field research quests, tasks and rewards in June 2019....
09:00, 06/01/2019

Antonio Brown dislikes updated helmet, has heart-to-heart with Jon Gruden on 'Hard Knocks' Antonio Brown remains a "Hard Knocks" focal point, calling his updated regulation helmet "ugly" and having a poignant conversation with Jon Gruden.       ...
19:34, 08/21/2019

Daily E-Cigarette Use Can Help Smokers Quit, According to One of the Most Comprehensive Studies Yet E-cigarettes have long been pitched as a healthier alternative to cigarettes, and one that could help smokers kick the habit by delivering nicotine without many of the dangerous byproducts of combustible tobacco products. But there’s plenty of debate in the scientific community as to whether t...
22:34, 07/24/2019

Facebook and Google have ad trackers on your streaming TV, studies find Enlarge / A Vizio TV seen at CES in 2011. (credit: Ethan Miller | Getty Images) Modern TV, coming to you over the Internet instead of through cable or over the air, has a modern problem: all of your Internet-connected streaming devices are watching you back and feeding your data to advertisers. Tw...
22:18, 09/19/2019

U.S. Orders Duke and U.N.C. to Recast Tone in Mideast Studies The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed....
02:51, 09/20/2019

Suicide’s “contagiousness” is complicated—studies on 13 Reasons Why prove it Enlarge / Katherine Langford, Derek Luke, Dylan Minnette, Alisha Boe, Miles Heizer, and Brian Yorkey attend #NETFLIXFYSEE Event For "13 Reasons Why" Season 2 - Inside at Netflix FYSEE At Raleigh Studios on June 1, 2018 in Los Angeles, Calif. (credit: Getty | Presley, Ann) A study out this week su...
00:51, 05/03/2019

Macau studies setting up securities market in push to diversify Macau is considering launching a yuan-based stock market to help it diversify away from gaming, its main source of revenue, and align the territory more with China's growth plans for the Greater Bay Area in the country's southern region....
09:17, 06/04/2019

Woodland walks good for mind and body, studies show Speaking for Forestry England, Kate Humble says she finds comfort in talking to an oak treeThe custodians of England’s forests have launched a drive to encourage more people to make regular visits to woodland to improve mental wellbeing.They claim that research shows that two or three short jaunts t...
11:17, 05/13/2019

American businesses ignoring the effects of data hacks: studies Many American business big shots are clueless. They don’t understand how customers and employees now view data breaches. That is the conclusion reached by several studies, including one from Shred-it, an information security company. American businesses are ignoring “the serious impact any data brea...
11:17, 07/07/2019

Intra-Cellular drug fails one of two bipolar depression studies Intra-Cellular Therapies Inc said on Monday its experimental treatment failed to meet the main goal of one of two studies in patients with major depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder....
14:51, 07/08/2019

Push for Ethnic Studies in Schools Faces a Dilemma: Whose Stories to Tell A struggle in California, one of three states creating K-12 ethnic studies materials, highlights some of the fraught questions around the discipline....
02:00, 08/16/2019

Israel social impact bond to help Bedouins in maths studies Social Finance Israel (SFI) has launched a social impact bond to improve maths performance for high school students in the country's Bedouin community....
11:17, 07/15/2019

NIH-funded studies aim to lower opioid deaths by 40 percent in 3 years The National Institute of Drug Abuse will give more than $350 million to support local opioid recovery, prevention and treatment in four states around the country....
01:34, 04/29/2019

Team studies drone strikes on airplanes by firing them into a wall at 500 MPH Bird strikes are a very real danger to planes in flight, and consequently aircraft are required to undergo bird strike testing — but what about drones? With UAV interference at airports on the rise, drone strike testing may soon be likewise mandatory, and if it’s anything like what these Germa...
02:00, 07/02/2019

Norway's Saevik juggling studies and sport at women's World Cup When Norway's Karina Saevik is not busy training or helping her country progress at the women's World Cup, she can be found with her head buried in books as she juggles academics and soccer....
01:34, 06/22/2019

Skillprint studies how you play games to unlock your hidden skills Play games, unlock your inner superpowers, and win at life. That’s the idea behind Skillprint, a startup that uses advanced analytics to study how you play games and uses that information to discern your personality and what kind of jobs might be right for you. Skillprint plans to use entertai...
03:17, 09/20/2019

Studies link too much heavily processed food to early death Two major studies add to body of evidence against foods made with industrial ingredientsPeople who eat large amounts of heavily processed foods, from breakfast cereals and ready meals to muffins and ice-cream, have a greater risk of heart attack, stroke and early death, according to two major studie...
07:17, 05/30/2019

FBI studies two broken cameras outside cell where Epstein died: source Two cameras that malfunctioned outside the jail cell where financier Jeffrey Epstein died as he awaited trial on sex-trafficking charges have been sent to an FBI crime lab for examination, a law enforcement source told Reuters....
14:51, 08/29/2019

Two studies reveal benefits of mindfulness for middle school students Two new studies from MIT suggest that mindfulness — the practice of focusing one’s awareness on the present moment — can enhance academic performance and mental health in middle schoolers. The researchers found that more mindfulness correlates with better academic performance, fewer suspensions from...
21:00, 08/27/2019

Doctor who performed brain studies for sex cult Nxivm loses his license The doctor who performed controversial brain studies for the sex cult Nxivm had his license revoked by the New York State Health Department, a report said Thursday. Dr. Brandon Porter, who performed unsanctioned research including a “fright study” for Nxivm, had his license taken away du...
10:34, 08/23/2019

EU studies reform of 'outdated' energy taxes, higher levies for air, sea transport The European Union is studying a reform of energy taxes to align them with climate targets, an EU document showed, listing as possible measures higher minimum tax rates, fossil fuel levies and the end of waivers for the air and sea transport sectors....
06:17, 09/10/2019

Sudan's military council studies African Union, Ethiopia's proposal Sudan's ruling military council said on Friday a proposal submitted by the African Union (AU) and Ethiopia received on June 27 is suitable for the resumption of talks with the opposition on a transition to democracy....
05:17, 06/29/2019

Studies explore treatments to prevent cluster headaches, quell migraines (Reuters Health) - Two drug trials may promise some relief for people who suffer migraine headaches as well as those who have cluster headaches, a rare but intensely painful type of headache thought to be related to migraine....
03:51, 07/11/2019

Andrea Lee juggles Stanford studies and golf, opens with a 69 at U.S. Women's Open Andrea Lee was granted an extension on her Stanford essay so she could play in the U.S. Women's Open; her opening 69 has her 4 shots off the lead.        ...
05:51, 05/31/2019

Baby foods high in sugar, inappropriately marketed in Europe, reveal two UN studies Proper nutrition for newborn babies into early childhood is key to development and good health in later life, according to the Regional Director of the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) in Europe, as she launched two new studies on Monday....
22:34, 07/15/2019

Grab eyes Singapore banking license as regulator studies virtual banks Grab, Southeast Asia's most valuable start-up, is exploring a move into Singapore banking as regulators in the Southeast Asian city-state consider allowing online-only banks, four people with knowledge of the process said....
03:34, 06/12/2019

Pokemon GO May 2019 Research Quests Rewards: What are the May 2019 Field Research Quests? POKEMON GO Field Research Quests typically rotate every month. Here's everything you need to know, including all the details for the field research quests, tasks and rewards....
18:51, 05/01/2019

Worse than Chernobyl: Parts of Marshall Islands have radiation 'higher' than catastrophic '86 disaster, studies say A series of studies have concluded that the radiation levels in parts of the Marshall Islands, where nuclear weapons were tested more than 60 years ago, is "higher than Chernobyl."...
16:17, 07/29/2019

UPDATE 1-Intra-Cellular drug fails one of two bipolar depression studies; shares fall Intra-Cellular Therapies Inc said on Monday its lead drug failed to meet the main goal of one of two late-stage studies in patients with major depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder....
14:51, 07/08/2019

Exclusive: Grab eyes Singapore banking license as regulator studies virtual banks - sources Grab, Southeast Asia's most valuable start-up, is exploring a move into Singapore banking as regulators in the Southeast Asian city-state consider allowing online-only banks, four people with knowledge of the process said....
02:00, 06/12/2019

Big Tech is teaming up with health care companies to make it easier to see your health history Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft's health teams were all represented at a meeting in Washington D.C. on Tuesday to discuss opening up access to patients' claims information....
02:17, 07/31/2019

4 Your Health: A call for blood donors, work health programs and a new sleep study from the U of A Only three percent of Americans donate blood. NBC News A new study from the University Of Arizona reveals adults with sleep apnea are more likely to have a rocky work history. researchers analyzed data from over 250 middle aged men and women. They found people with undiagnosed sleep apnea were more ...
19:51, 06/14/2019

DR Congo Ebola outbreak now a Public Health Emergency, UN health agency declares The second worst Ebola outbreak of all time, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), was officially declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on Wednesday, with the head of the World Health Organization calling for countries to ‘take notice and redouble our efforts”....
23:17, 07/17/2019

Guns and hate — not mental health — fuelling ‘public health crisis’: APA president After shootings in Dayton and El Paso, the president of the American Psychological Association said: "The combination of easy access to assault weapons and hateful rhetoric is toxic."...
02:34, 08/06/2019

Ebola Outbreak Declared a Public Health Emergency by World Health Organization The World Health Organization (WHO) announced this week that it has elected to declare the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo a “public health emergency of international concern,” a decision that comes nearly a year after the outbreak was first declared and after the infection of tho...
06:00, 07/18/2019

World Health Organization declares Ebola an international health emergency The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo a public health emergency of international concern....
00:17, 07/18/2019

Health Insurers Walk Delicate Line Against Democrats' Health Proposals As Democratic presidential candidates take aim at the health-insurance industry, companies are striking a delicate balance, trying to fight the plans without attracting the political spotlight or sparking investor alarm....
22:17, 07/31/2019

4 Your Health: Study confirms long-term health benefits of a low-fat diet (NBC News)- New research confirms the long-term health benefits from eating a low-fat diet. The study conducted by a cancer center included nearly 50,000 older women who were asked to switch to a low-fat diet. While there were no major health improvements after nine years, there were significant ben...
01:00, 09/06/2019

Florida health officials declare public health emergency for hepatitis A Seventeen counties 'critically impacted' by hepatitis A prompted a surgeon general to declare an emergency.        ...
15:17, 08/03/2019

UN health agency spotlights stalled effort to close health divide across Europe, in new report Progress on equal access to a healthy life for all, is at a standstill across Europe, a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed on Tuesday, despite their being a clear path to close gaps in national care....
00:51, 09/11/2019

Health Canada warn victims of spring flooding about possible dangers to health when they return home Federal biologist Francis Lavoie says it's important to dry wet walls and belongings within 48 hours, but that's not often possible in the case of flooding....
18:34, 05/02/2019

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared an international health emergency by World Health Organization More than 1,600 people have died since August in the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, which is unfolding in a region described as a war zone.        ...
22:34, 07/17/2019

DR Congo Ebola outbreak now an international Public Health Emergency, UN health agency declares The second worst Ebola outbreak of all time, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), was officially declared an international Public Health Emergency of International Concern on Wednesday, with the head of the World Health Organization calling for countries to ‘take notice and redouble our ef...
15:17, 07/27/2019

A new Washington Post/Kaiser Health News analysis finds that the UVA Health System has sued over 36, A new Washington Post/Kaiser Health News analysis finds that the UVA Health System has sued over 36,000 patients to recoup $108 million, seizing wages (it garnished checks of Walmart workers over 800 times), putting liens on property, and forcing some into bankruptcy. Burn it all down, now....
21:18, 09/09/2019

Unlicensed “health coach” claims health advice is free speech—court disagrees Enlarge / Unlicensed "health coach" Heather Del Castillo (credit: Institute for Justice) A federal court on Wednesday rejected claims by an unlicensed “health coach” that the unqualified health advice she provided to paying clients was protected speech under the First Amendment. In rejecting her c...
17:34, 07/20/2019

Health policy analyst: Democrats' so-called 'moderate' plan would 'effectively end' private health care Chris Jacobs, the founder and CEO of Juniper Research Group, said Tuesday that "Medicare for America," the latest liberal proposal being pitched as a "moderate path," would "effectively end all private health care for many Americans."...
16:34, 05/15/2019

4 Your Health: Plant-based diet good for health and increase of colorectal cancer in younger patients There’s more evidence that a strict plant-based diet is good for your health. Harvard researchers analyzed nine studies involving more than 307,000 participants. Those who strictly followed a diet focused mainly on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and legumes were less likely to develop ...
22:34, 07/22/2019

Ebola not an international ‘health emergency’ but risks spreading across DR Congo border, warns UN health agency The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) “does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern”, according to a statement issued on Friday by the World Health Organization (WHO)....
18:17, 04/28/2019

British health service to partner with Amazon on health information Britain's National Health Service will partner with Amazon to provide health information through the tech giant's voice assistant Alexa, the country's Department of Health and Social Care said https://www.gov.uk/government/news/nhs-health-information-available-through-amazon-s-alexa....
12:00, 07/10/2019

Canadians split on covering mental health services through provincial health plans, Ipsos poll finds Canadian families often face situations where mental health services are either not funded by provincial health plans or are only available after a lengthy wait....
11:17, 05/15/2019

4 Your Health: Weight-loss surgery health benefits (NBC)- Weight-loss surgery can have major health benefits for people with obesity and diabetes, according to a new study from the Cleveland Clinic. It showed patients who underwent bariatric surgery had a 40 percent lower risk of heart complications and early death than those who did not have surger...
01:34, 09/03/2019

4 Your Health: Comparing fruit indicates women’s health A new study reveals what body shape is healthier for a woman to have. Pear is better than apple when it comes to a women’s body shape. That’s according to a new study of over 2,600 postmenopausal women. It showed women who were apple-shaped, with more fat in their middle, had a greater r...
22:51, 07/01/2019

‘Health is a right, not a privilege’ says WHO chief on World Health Day The Director-General of the  World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has marked World Health Day, which falls on Sunday, with a reiteration of the UN’s stance on health: that it is a fundamental human right, not a privilege....
21:51, 04/28/2019

4 Your Health: How you sleep impacts your health How you sleep can directly affect your health. A study from the University of Arizona found a bad night’s sleep could cause an immediate spike in blood pressure. Researchers assessed 300 adults who wore portable blood pressure cuffs for two straight days. They found people who slept poorly had...
05:34, 06/07/2019

4 Your Health: Red wine good for gut health A new study shows an occasional glass of red wine may be good for your gut. British researchers studied nearly 3,000 people in the U.S., Great Britain and the Netherlands. Those who drank red wine had greater diversity of bacteria in their gut, which can be good for your health. This is compared to ...
13:17, 08/29/2019

Apple's iPhone 11 Cases, Apple Watch Series 5 Bands Get India Prices Apple on Tuesday introduced the new iPhone 11 series, iPad (2019), and Apple Watch Series 5. As always, the company is releasing a number of official accessories for these products....
01:34, 09/13/2019

Case renders for Apple iPhone 11 Max show that Apple might have made an important decision Earlier this month, we showed you images of Olixar's camera protectors for the Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R. Posted on MobileFun's website, the accessories dovetailed with some information about the rear cameras on the 2019 iPhones that have already been leaked. One, the cameras wil...
06:51, 06/25/2019

Apple launches Apple TV app with HBO subscription channel to watch Game of Thrones offline The freshly designed Apple TV app for the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV box is meant to help you more easily find TV shows and movies you want to watch.        ...
19:34, 05/13/2019

An ex-Apple engineer created brilliant new iPhone software that would make Apple jealous — take a look YouTube/Bob Burrough Former Apple engineer Bob Burrough spent seven years working under Steve Jobs and Tim Cook. Burrough uploaded a video to his YouTube channel in January, in which he introduced a new kind of iPhone interface that responds to your environment. Apple — or any other phone man...
02:34, 07/22/2019

Report: Apple Is Pouring Over $6 Billion Into Apple TV+, Including Nine Figures on The Morning Show Apple’s budget for its forthcoming streaming service—previously reported to be around $1 billion, give or take—has exploded to $6 billion, according to a Monday report in the Financial Times.Read more......
13:51, 08/20/2019

Apple Watch Series 5 new features, specs reveal Apple's healthcare ambition The new Apple Watch is what'll be remembered from Apple's iPhone event and the company is laying out the pieces that'll court corporate wellness programs....
22:18, 09/10/2019

Best Buy debuts Apple shopping event with deals on iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch Best Buy and Apple have teamed up to offer customers great deals on various products launched by the Cupertino-based company. Be it smartwatches, tablets, smartphones or headphones, Best Buy now offers discounts on many of these Apple devices.But first, it's worth mentioning that Apple is partnering...
15:00, 05/06/2019

If Apple Watch adopts Apple Card’s poor titanium coating, look out Apple's track record with titanium hasn't been great, thanks primarily to paint and coating issues. Will the next Apple Watch suffer from similar problems?Read More...
05:34, 08/24/2019

Save 50% On Apple's Official Apple Watch Bands, In the Colors of Your Choice Low key the best part aspect of the Apple Watch is how easy it is to swap out bands at will. It takes about five seconds, so you can pop a new one on to match your outfit or your activity of choice.Read more......
16:51, 07/11/2019

Apple CEO Cook explains how Apple obtains innovative new features for the iPhone For those who say that Apple should be using its vast wealth to buy other companies and perhaps bring some new innovations to its products (like, say, the iPhone), CEO Tim Cook has an answer. The executive told CNBC that Apple buys a company every two to three weeks on average. He said that over the...
20:00, 05/07/2019

Apple adds Macs, Watches, and Apple TVs to $1 million bug bounty program Apple has paid researchers to protect iPhones and iPads from mass security exploits for three years, and now it's ready to pay for Mac, Watch, and TV bugs.Read More...
02:00, 08/09/2019

An Apple leaker might’ve just revealed an exciting new Apple Watch Series 5 feature With September just around the corner, iPhone leaks are likely to pick up, stealing the spotlight from all of the other regularly scheduled leaks. Just this morning we shared what might be the first-ever hands-on video of the iPhone 11 Pro. But new iPhone models won’t be the only devices unvei...
16:51, 08/28/2019

The best Apple Watch bands: our pick of the great Apple wearable straps One of our favorite things about the Apple Watch is the choice of straps or bands: you can move from fitness to work to something more fun for a night out with a few quick moves. There’s a huge choice out there, so how do you find the best Apple Watch bands in a world of no-name knock-offs an...
18:34, 05/01/2019

Apple, Goldman Sachs start issuing Apple Cards to consumers Apple Inc rolled out its virtual credit card on Tuesday, working with bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc on the new iPhone add-on that may help Apple diversify from device sales and build out the Wall Street bank's new consumer business....
15:00, 08/06/2019

Apple Pay support goes live for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud It looks like Apple has quietly added support for its mobile payments service to some of its proprieties, although the new payment method is only available in select countries. Spotted by MacRumors, Apple Pay support is now available in iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud.However, before you ...
08:17, 05/15/2019

Check Out Apple's Ridiculous Patent for Adding a Camera to the Apple Watch Since its launch back in 2015, Apple has been steadily adding new sensors and features to the Apple Watch. The first model had a built-in heart rate sensor, the Apple Watch Series 2 tacked on GPS, while the Series 3 was the first version to feature true cellular connectivity. Most recently, Apple ad...
01:34, 06/26/2019

Patent received by Apple could lead to a cool new feature for the Apple Watch The Apple Watch can do many things. It can monitor your physical activities, track your heart rate and even make sure that your heart is beating normally. But one thing it can not do is take pictures; after all, the device does not have a camera. But Apple Watch users might soon be able to take phot...
02:17, 06/26/2019

Apple counters Goldman call on 'negative impact' of Apple TV+ trial Apple Inc on Friday disputed a Goldman Sachs research note which stated that the company's plans to account for the trial of its new streaming service Apple TV+ will have a "material negative impact" on its results....
02:34, 09/14/2019

Apple CEO Cook doesn't expect China to seek revenge against Apple In the immediate aftermath of Huawei's placement on the U.S. Entity List, there were questions about whether China would retaliate against U.S. companies; after all, being out on the list means that Huawei cannot source parts, components, and software from U.S. firms (although it was given a limited...
20:34, 06/05/2019

If your Apple Watch display is cracking, Apple might replace the screen for free Apple says it has identified a problem that "under very rare circumstances" can lead to cracking around the edge of the screen on aluminum Series 2 and Series 3 versions of the Apple Watch – and if you're affected, you can have a free replacement."Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Pro...
19:17, 08/31/2019

A new leak suggests the next Apple Watch will be the first to come in titanium, just like the Apple Card (AAPL) Hollis Johnson Apple may release a new version of the Apple Watch that comes in ceramic and titanium casing options, according to iHelp BR. Apple previously sold a premium ceramic version of the Apple Watch, but that model has been discontinued. It would be the first time the company has released a...
04:51, 08/20/2019

Apple is now testing its Apple Arcade gaming service internally ahead of the iPhone 11 launch Apple announced its gaming-focused subscription service Apple Arcade back in March, revealing some of the details about the kind of gaming experience it wants to offer its customers. At the time, however, Apple hasn’t told the audience how much the service will cost and when it’ll launch...
13:51, 08/19/2019

An Apple insider with a stellar track record just leaked Apple Watch Series 5 details Ahead of the anticipated unveiling next month of the Apple Watch Series 5 models, the highly-regarded Apple analyst who’s almost never wrong is out with a new research note disclosing that the iPhone maker will stick with OLED display technology for the upcoming edition of the watch. When thos...
19:00, 08/17/2019

Apple just took a direct shot at Google and Facebook with a new service called 'Sign in with Apple' (AAPL) Apple Apple introduced a new sign-in service called "Sign in with Apple" at its WWDC keynote on Monday. The new service is a direct shot at Google and Facebook, which offer similar services but sell your personal information to advertisers and third parties in order to make money. Visit Business In...
10:34, 06/04/2019

Apple Watch first-year sales were a failure: 10 million units sold, while Apple had planned for 40 mil Jony Ive, the famed Apple designer behind iconic products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad, is leaving the company and his departure seems to have opened a can of worms, stirring suspicion that Apple's design team is left dispirited and the company is run by operations specialists rather than innovato...
11:34, 07/01/2019

Apple preps iPad Apple Card app for August launch, ends Barclays rewards Apple has heavily promoted its upcoming credit card's iPhone integration, but code in iOS 12.4 and new terms and conditions suggest iPad support, as well.Read More...
00:51, 08/03/2019

Apple Arcade Price in India, Launch Date Revealed at Apple's iPhone Event Apple Arcade now has an India price and (official) release date - the iPhone maker's subscription-based video gaming service will cost Rs. X / $4.99 per month after a one-month free trial and will......
02:17, 09/11/2019

'It's a great slogan, but it's not workable:' Health insurers pan Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders health fixes America's Health Insurance Plans and other health-industry groups step up criticism of Biden's public option, Sanders' Medicare for All health fixes        ...
04:17, 07/17/2019

Steve Jobs left Apple to start a new computer company. His $12-million failure saved Apple. Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985 and then used $12 million of his own money to start a new computer company called NeXT. The operating system for NeXT computers was called NeXTSTEP. It was built on top of UNIX, an operating system that dates back to the 1960s. When NeXT failed to take-off, Apple bought...
00:34, 08/22/2019

iPhone upgrades? I dread going to the Apple Store, and that's a problem for Apple David Gewirtz readily admits to being a little retail-avoidant, but his experiences at the Apple store are the stuff of legends. He suggests that if Apple were to incorporate a regular trade-in program with its other subscriptions, there has to be a path outside the dreaded Apple Store....
16:34, 06/18/2019

Apple Card, Apple's latest product, is coming next month Apple CEO Tim Cook said on the company's fiscal third-quarter earnings call that the Apple Card, Apple's entry into the credit card business, would launch next month....
17:51, 07/31/2019

Apple Launches Cheaper iPhone 11, Watch, And Services Such As Apple TV+ Apple on Tuesday unveiled new cheaper watches and iPhones and refreshed the entry-level iPad. But it also announced the pricing and release dates for new subscription services, including its......
08:00, 09/11/2019

Apple Announces the Price and Date for Its Apple TV+ Streaming Service Apple TV Plus will officially launch November 1 at just $4.99 per month—a noteworthy reveal as Apple seeks to muscle its way into the streaming wars and take on long-standing giants like Netflix.Read more......
02:17, 09/11/2019

More evidence that Apple will bring Apple Pencil support to iPhone 11 If it indeed turns out that iPhones in Apple’s next-generation lineup will include support for Apple Pencil, there will almost certainly be tons of replaying of Steve Jobs’ introduction of the iPhone back in 2007 — and rehashes, specifically, of his comments at a particular moment ...
04:00, 08/22/2019

Apple Watch 5 could finally see sleep tracking come to Apple's smartwatches It looks like the Apple Watch 5, the upcoming smartwatch from Apple that we're expecting to see launch on September 10, could be the first Apple Watch to have a feature that's arguably vital in a wearable – sleep tracking.That's according to 9to5Mac, which heard from its source...
11:00, 09/03/2019

| Apple shows off Apple TV+ video service, taking on Netflix The service, called Apple Arcade, will be integrated into the App Store and will include more than 100 games exclusive to the service and Apple’s platform....
20:34, 04/28/2019

Apple has some exciting surprises in store for the Apple Watch Series 5 As is typically the case, Apple’s new trio of iPhone models will likely garner the lion’s share of attention at the company’s upcoming fall media event. That said, it’s not as if Apple’s fall event — which will likely take place on Tuesday, September 10 — wi...
00:51, 08/20/2019

Apple memo says it will replace some Apple Watch series 3 units with something better If you have an Apple Watch series 3 model that needs to be replaced by Apple, you might be in luck. According to 9to5Mac, the company is apparently running low on the 2017 version of its timepiece; as a result, some Apple customers expecting a brand new series 3 timepiece will receive a new Apple Wa...
22:34, 05/20/2019

Apple Watch 5 could bring a feature Apple fans have been clamoring for It looks like the Apple Watch 5, the upcoming smartwatch from Apple that we're expecting to see launch on September 10, could be the first Apple Watch to have a feature that's arguably vital in a wearable – sleep tracking.That's according to 9to5Mac, which heard from its source...
17:00, 09/03/2019

Apple releases iOS 12.4 with potential software support for Apple Card While iOS 13 is right around the corner with a ton of new features, it isn’t quite ready just yet. Apple has just released iOS 12.4, a new stable update. There aren’t many radical changes, but this is the first version that theoretically supports the Apple Card — the feature isn’t enable...
22:17, 07/22/2019

Apple releases iOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3 ahead of Apple Card launch Apple's 2018 operating systems for iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch are likely seeing their final point releases ahead of major updates this fall.Read More...
21:00, 07/22/2019

Apple Said to Target November Launch for Apple TV+, Weigh $9.99 Price Apple plans to roll out the Apple TV+ movie and TV subscription service by November, part of a drive to reach $50 billion in service sales by 2020, Bloomberg reports....
17:00, 08/20/2019

Apple has apparently decided to make Apple TV+ the anti-Netflix So many times in tech and even general business journalism, the tendency is to pit a new thing against its closest rival. To measure everything as a kind of tit-for-tat, binary comparison in which one company, product or service wins, and the other doesn’t. Or the strengths of one must be weig...
19:17, 07/01/2019

Apple is now selling the AirPower, basically, only it’s not made by Apple The mophie 3-in-1 mat with AirPods, an Apple Watch, and an iPhone on it. [credit: Apple ] Remember AirPower? You'd be forgiven if the answer is "no." In 2017, Apple introduced a Qi wireless ...
08:51, 08/11/2019

Apple customer details how he took Apple to court twice – and won both times One of the great things about purchasing a Mac — or any Apple product, for that matter — is that problems can easily be diagnosed and fixed simply by taking it to a nearby Apple store. Indeed, most every Apple product comes with a limited 1-year warranty that typically covers most instan...
10:17, 07/24/2019

Apple Pay can be used for iTunes, App Store and Apple Book purchases You can now use Apple Pay to make purchases from iTunes, the App Store and Apple Books. MacRumors spotted the change in a recently updated support document. The added Apple Pay options are coming to users in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong......
01:17, 05/15/2019

Apple: Don’t keep your precious Apple Card near denim or leather The Apple Card is such a delicate piece of technological wonder it apparently needs its own cleaning instructions. Just kidding: it’s a fucking titanium credit card with fancy coating, which also happens to require a laborious cleaning process. It also turns out it shouldn’t come into contact with d...
11:34, 08/22/2019

Apple rumors: New Apple Watch, iPhones with 3 cameras Apple's annual fall event is September 10. Here's what analysts predict we'll see from the tech giant.       ...
11:34, 09/09/2019

Apple introduces the Apple Watch Series 5 with always-on display Apple introduced some new Apple Watch models at a press conference. The Apple Watch Series 5 has an always-on display. It seems to look just like the Apple Watch Series 4. “Apple Watch puts groundbreaking health, fitness and communication capabilities on the wrist of millions and millions of people...
21:51, 09/10/2019

Apple reveals cheaper iPhone along with pricing for Apple TV Plus The biggest difference is the phone's camera, an area that Apple and its rivals have all been trying to improve as consumers snap more pictures on their devices....
12:34, 09/11/2019

Apple officially introduces the Apple Watch Series 5 The most exciting day of the year for Apple fans is finally here. After months of anticipation, and an endless stream of rumors, Apple today is poised to introduce its iPhone 11 lineup. That said, Apple’s special event today isn’t an iPhone-only affair. On the contrary, Apple has histori...
12:00, 09/11/2019

Maybe don’t keep your Apple Card in a leather wallet, Apple warns Enlarge / There's also a featureless, very Apple-like physical card that you can order. (credit: Apple) Apple's shiny new credit card boasts many features, such as clear statements, a cash-back program, and an extremely Apple aesthetic. The flat, white titanium design echoes a decade's worth of ot...
05:34, 08/23/2019

The Apple Card is the product that finally killed the Apple fan in me Well, it’s happened. Apple is no longer a creator of attractive goods and services you want in your life, now it’s officially a financial institution following profit at all costs, wooo! Join me in giving a round of applause to the product that killed the Apple fan in me: the Apple Card! As a brief ...
05:00, 08/08/2019

4 Your Health: Smoking is still bad for your health You don’t have to be a heavy smoker to suffer devastating effects to your health. NBCNews.com. A new study reinforces what we have known for a long time, the effects of smoking can be devastating to your health. Researchers in Australia found smokers are three times more likely to die from hea...
22:34, 07/05/2019

4 Your Health: Owning a dog could help health The HPV vaccine could prevent nearly all of the cancers associated with the virus. According to the CDC, nearly 35,000 cases of cancer that were probably caused by HPV were diagnosed each year between 2012 and 2016. The researchers say the vaccine could have prevented 92 percent of those cases. The ...
10:00, 08/24/2019

Samsung kicks off 6G research 5G networks might still only be available in a few countries, but Samsung is already working on 6G.Samsung is a minor, but growing, player in telecoms equipment and hopes demand for 5G kit will see its share of the market rise even further. By the time 6G arrives, it could be an even major competito...
15:17, 06/05/2019

This is the peak age of adventurousness, according to research Embracing new experiences, being spontaneous and showing curiosity about other cultures number among the top signs you’re an adventurous person, according to new research. These signs you’re adventurous come from a survey of 2,000 Americans which found trying new foods and living in the moment...
20:00, 08/08/2019

Why is Facebook doing robotics research? It’s a bit strange to hear that the world’s leading social network is pursuing research in robotics rather than, say, making search useful, but Facebook is a big organization with many competing priorities. And while these robots aren’t directly going to affect your Facebook exper...
23:00, 05/20/2019

The five: Nasa research probes As Saturn’s moon Titan becomes Nasa’s latest destination, we look at other probes the agency is boldly sending forthAs announced last month, Nasa is sending a drone named the Dragonfly to explore Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. Part of their New Frontiers programme to explore the solar system’s bioche...
08:17, 07/07/2019

MLB using Atlantic League for research USA TODAY Sport's Gabe Lecques breaks down how the MLB is trying computer generated strike zones in the Atlantic League.       ...
21:51, 08/19/2019

Apple cookbook: apple flapjacks recipe An easy and tasty treat to grab on the go, these apple flapjacks have a gooey apple sauce centre that starts to melt into the oats, making them deliciously soft in the middle....
17:51, 08/13/2019

Apple launches iOS 13, watchOS 6, and Apple Arcade Apple's Craig Federighi unveils iOS 13 at WWDC 2019. (credit: Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica) Apple has begun pushing iOS 13 and watchOS 6 to supported iPhones and Apple Watches. Both updates bring substantial changes—especially iOS 13—and mark the beginning of a new annual update cycle. While it may t...
22:18, 09/19/2019

Would you pay Netflix pricing for Apple TV+? That’s what Apple’s leaning toward  On the same day that Apple decided to release a trailer for what will be one of the higher-profile shows launching soon via its Apple TV+ service (The Morning Show), the price Apple is reportedly weighing for its forthcoming Netflix rival has also been revealed: $9.99 per month. That’s accordi...
08:34, 08/21/2019

No-deal Brexit could be the 'end of the beginning' for the UK, research says Leaving the European Union (EU) without a deal will not represent a clean break for the U.K., but rather usher in a period of prolonged and severe uncertainty for years to come, according to a new report....
22:34, 09/04/2019

This research is unlocking the next leap in AI (VB Live) The exciting breakthroughs in AI on the edge that are already pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, and helping to shape the future of AI.Read More...
21:00, 05/08/2019

Huawei's US research arm to lay off hundreds of workers The layoffs come about two months after the U.S. government put Huawei on a trade blacklist, making it illegal for its U.S. subsidiary to transfer sensitive technologies to its parent....
23:51, 07/22/2019

Are Sleeping Pills Safe? Here’s What Research Says According to the latest numbers, roughly 9 million Americans — 4% of U.S. adults — use prescription sleep aids, or medications that can help with insomnia and other sleep issues. And now, some of the most popular prescription sleep drugs must carry stronger safety warnings. In April, the...
06:51, 05/08/2019

Megatron partners in marijuana-for-CTE research Former Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson and his business partner, ex-NFL lineman Rob Sims, have partnered with Harvard to research the benefits of medical marijuana for CTE and pain management....
10:34, 08/16/2019

The new growth in hair loss research With increasing evidence of its impact on mental health, scientists are pushing forward with breakthroughs on baldingHas there ever been more pressure to have a full and luscious head of hair? Whether it’s dating app snaps, Instagram selfies, or even that corporate headshot on LinkedIn, maintaining ...
17:00, 09/07/2019

Facebook tries another pay-for-data market research app Facebook is launching a new market research app to gather data from users' phones. The company wants to know which apps users have installed, the amount of time they spend on those apps and users' device and network types. In exchange, users will be......
22:17, 06/11/2019

U.S. DOT awards 3 states AV research funds Michigan and Ohio received $7.5 million each while Virginia landed $15 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Automated Driving Systems Demonstration Grants....
16:34, 09/13/2019

IBM Research launches explainable AI toolkit IBM Research today introduced AI Explainability 360, a toolkit with eight algorithms that can explain their results, plus educational resources.Read More...
16:00, 08/08/2019

How to read a scientific research paper Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. One of the most important skills any discerning media consumer can have is the ability to comprehend a scientific research paper. Reading a paper won’t imbue you ...
02:17, 06/15/2019

Research indicates the only defense against killer AI is not developing it A recent analysis on the future of warfare indicates that countries that continue to develop AI for military use risk losing control of the battlefield. Those that don’t risk eradication. Whether you’re for or against the AI arms race: it’s happening. Here’s what that means, according to a trio of e...
01:34, 05/21/2019

U.S. DOT announces $60 million in AV research grants The department's Automated Driving System Demonstration Grants will fund eight projects in seven states to test the integration of autonomous driving systems....
00:34, 09/19/2019

Here’s what the actual research says about the dangers of cannabis use A research team parsed 68 current cannabis studies last year on behalf of the Canadian government. The goal was to determine what dangers citizens would face once the drug was legalized. What they learned was science doesn’t know much about cannabis. Fiona Clement, a health-policy researcher at the ...
06:00, 09/05/2019

Donate Your Old Android Phone to Help Lemur Research If you have an Android phone you aren’t using anymore, don’t let it collect dust in a drawer. Donate it to the Duke Lemur Center, which will be more than happy to use it to learn more about lemurs’ ability to perceive colors....
18:00, 07/19/2019

Huawei lays off two thirds of its US research division The rumors of Huawei laying off a large chunk of its US staff have come to pass. The company is cutting over 600 of the 850 jobs at its Futurewei Technologies research wing in the country in response to the "curtailment of business operations" by th......
19:51, 07/23/2019

New research suggests Mars was once warm and rainy Scientists have learned a lot about Mars in recent years, and based on observations from the fancy hardware NASA has sent to the Red Planet, we know that it once held far more water than we see today. But knowing there was lots of water (or at least abundant ice) on Mars long ago doesn’t......
22:34, 08/21/2019

New Research Is Final Blow to an HIV Cure That Wasn't A series of animal and human studies published this week are providing a sad footnote to a controversial 2016 experiment in monkeys that pointed to a possible cure for HIV but was later flagged for a glaring omission in its design. The animal studies failed to replicate the promising results of the ...
20:34, 09/05/2019

Nvidia Research demos "Prescription AR" glasses Nvidia's latest research gives a glimpse into the future of augmented reality wearables, demonstrating how they could be more powerful and practical....
16:51, 07/30/2019

Six suborbital research payloads from MIT fly to space and back Blast off! MIT made its latest foray into research in space on May 2 via six payloads from the Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative, tucked into Blue Origin’s New Shepard reusable space vehicle that took off from a launchpad in West Texas. It was also the first time in the history of the Media ...
02:00, 05/04/2019

India's Ola plans to set up research center in Bay Area India's taxi aggregator Ola said on Thursday it plans to set up its first research center in San Francisco area to push its electric mobility and autonomous vehicles....
21:34, 06/13/2019

DOJ to expand number of marijuana growers for research The move announced Monday would give researchers a wider variety of cannabis to study, Uttam Dhillon, the DEA’s acting administrator, said in a statement....
23:00, 08/27/2019

DEA to expand marijuana research after years of delay The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said on Monday that it will move ahead with a long-delayed expansion of its marijuana research program, in a sign that the Trump administration's hostility to the drug may be waning as a growing number of states have legalized its use....
20:00, 08/26/2019

Yet More Research Links Appendectomies and Parkinson's Disease New research has found a perplexing, though relatively small link between the devastating neurological illness Parkinson’s disease and having your appendix removed. But it’s still unclear just what exactly this could mean, and it’s definitely not a reason to avoid an appendectomy if you need one. Re...
23:34, 05/09/2019

9 research-based strategies to maximize your profits What do Alan Scott, the inventor of Botox, Snuggie-creator Scott Boilen and Alexander Graham Bell have in common? Two things: They are/were all successful businessmen They didn’t particularly care for the product they sold* There’s a persistent myth that in order to be a great salesperson, you have ...
19:00, 06/17/2019

Cancer and nutrition research: How best to move it forward In the proceedings of a recent conference about the interplay between nutrition and cancer, specialists note that interdisciplinarity is the way forward....
06:51, 08/02/2019

How to Research Local Etiquette Before Traveling Overseas When you’re headed overseas, researching tourist scams is important, but you should also make an effort to lookup local social customs—like whether eating with your hands is frowned down upon or the exact firmness needed for an introductory handshake....
16:34, 07/26/2019

Don't let animal activists stop needed HIV research At any given moment, millions of doctors and medical researchers across the globe are working toward a singular goal: that no illness should be a death sentence. One large leap was taken toward accomplishing that goal recently. For the second time in history, an HIV patient was cured of the disease....
07:17, 05/09/2019

Idaho wildfire burns near top U.S. nuclear research lab A wildfire in Idaho has forced one of the United States' top nuclear research labs to cut back personnel Wednesday, as the flames burned near the facility....
20:51, 07/24/2019

The menopause: why so little research on the middle-aged ovary? Even the way a woman’s decline in oestrogen relates to her symptoms is a mystery, scientists sayWhen Elena Sanchez-Heras realised the menopause was upon her, she did what she always does when faced with a biological unknown. “I’m a scientist,” she said. “I’ve been trained when you encounter a proble...
14:34, 08/26/2019

The Sun Can Spawn Dangerous ‘Superflares,’ New Research Suggests High-energy superflares are typically associated with young, quickly rotating stars, but new evidence suggests mature, plodding stars like our own can still churn out the odd superflare. Read more......
01:17, 06/14/2019

Ford opens new research center in Tel Aviv U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday it opened a research center in Tel Aviv, becoming one of several global automakers beefing up operations in Israel to take advantage of the country's vibrant technology sector....
12:00, 06/12/2019

Starbucks is speeding up innovation at its Seattle research hub Since launching some six months ago, Starbucks has tested 133 unique projects at the Tryer Center, its innovation hub. More than 1,500 of its workers have come through the center to see what is being worked on or participate themselves....
20:51, 05/02/2019

Confidence in Scientists Has Actually Risen Since 2016 in the U.S., According to New Research It can often feel like trust in science is a casualty of the “fake news” era. Skepticism of well-established concepts like vaccine safety and climate change is widespread today, with consequences including an unprecedented measles outbreak in the U.S. and an ever-warming environment. It ...
17:51, 08/02/2019

Department of Agriculture suspends bee population research The US Department of Agriculture has angry beekeepers buzzing after suspending data collection on the insects’ decline. The agency blamed cost cuts, CNN reported Saturday. An annual department survey, inaugurated in 2015, gathers data on the number of honeybees per state, including those lost due to...
10:17, 07/07/2019

MIT Scientist's Biotech Research Is Called Into Question MIT researcher Dr. Ram Sasisekharan and his team are defending their computer-assisted research against an accusation that they misled the scientific community about the discovery of drugs for the flu and Zika viruses....
15:51, 05/27/2019

New research may explain why evolution made humans 'fat' Scientists compare how fat cell DNA is packaged in humans, chimps, and other primates. The results reveal the role of evolution in human fat metabolism....
22:51, 07/06/2019

'War on cancer' metaphors may do harm, research shows Use of military terminology can make people more fearful and fatalistic, say psychologistsThe ubiquitous use of war metaphors when referring to cancer may do more harm than good, according to research into the psychological impact the phrases have on people’s views of the disease.Framing cancer in m...
18:17, 08/10/2019

University president apologizes for eugenics research BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The outgoing president of the University of Vermont is apologizing for the school’s involvement in eugenics research in the 1920s and 1930s that helped lead to sterilizations. President Thomas Sullivan released a statement on Friday, calling it “unethical and regre...
23:51, 06/25/2019

Half of H.I.V. Patients Are Women. Most Research Subjects Are Men. Trials of vaccines and treatments have not included enough female participants. Now that scientists are exploring possible cures, the need to enroll women is greater than ever....
09:00, 05/28/2019

Correction: Missouri Research Complex story COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — In a story June 24 about a new University of Missouri health institute, The Associated Press erroneously reported the projected opening of the center. It is expected to open in 2021, not 2012. A corrected version of the story is below: University of Missouri System touts new hea...
17:00, 06/25/2019

Climate research on the high, warming seas On a voyage from Antarctica to the German port of Bremerhaven, a team of scientists and students are hoping to gain a better understanding of rising temperatures in the depths of the open ocean....
17:51, 06/28/2019

Can Anxiety Cause High Blood Pressure? Here’s What the Research Says Anxiety is part of life. You feel it when you’re stuck in traffic, harried at work or worrying about your family and finances. There’s no doubt that feeling anxious can elevate your blood pressure, at least in the short term. “Our mind and our thoughts certainly are connected to ou...
18:17, 04/28/2019

Brexit 'may bar UK scientists from €100bn EU research fund' Nobel prize winner warns UK science will suffer unless it can gain access to Horizon EuropeOne of Britain’s leading researchers has warned of a “major blow” to national science if ministers cannot secure access to a massive research programme that is being drawn up by the EU.The Horizon Europe progr...
08:34, 06/03/2019

Research misconduct claim upheld against former head of UCL lab Reports released after FoI request criticise Prof David Latchman’s ‘recklessness’A lab run by one of Britain’s foremost academics published fraudulent scientific papers for more than a decade, according to investigators.Work at Prof David Latchman’s laboratory at UCL Institute of Child Health came u...
22:34, 07/01/2019

Huawei splits off US research arm, reports Reuters The U.S.-based research arm of China's Huawei Technologies - Futurewei Technologies - has moved to separate its operations from its corporate parent, according to two people familiar with the matter....
04:17, 06/25/2019

Ikea seeking someone to research what makes a happy home Furniture chain Ikea posted an unusual job opening for a "happiness hunter" willing to temporarily live in Denmark and get paid in money and meatballs to study what makes a home happy....
01:34, 06/19/2019

Breakthrough research demonstrates AI can predict a psychotic break A trio of researchers have developed an experimental machine learning method that allows AI to listen for the early whispers of psychotic break that humans can’t hear. The team, consisting of Neguine Rezaii of Harvard Medical School and Emory School of Medicine, and Elaine Walker and Philipp Wolff f...
02:34, 06/14/2019

A quarter of Europeans lie about their salaries during job interviews, research claims According to a report published Tuesday by Dutch research firm Intelligence Group, a fifth of Europeans have exaggerated their current salary by 10% or more....
16:17, 07/31/2019

Ozzy Osbourne is a genetic mutant, DNA research proves In 2010, when scientists at Knome Inc. were looking to study a remarkable human’s DNA, they didn’t ring up Steve Jobs or Beyoncé. Instead, the Cambridge, Mass.-based human genome company reached out to Ozzy Osbourne. They wanted to know what genes had kept the rocker alive through decades of heavy d...
10:02, 08/12/2019

Lyft exec riffs on ground-breaking research in AI At Transform 2019, Gil Arditi ripped through example after example of recent research that's propelled head-turning advances in AI and machine learning.Read More...
03:17, 08/05/2019

US growing largest crop of marijuana for research in 5 years The federal agency said it plans to grow 4,409 pounds this year at the University of Mississippi to explore recent interest in CBD as a potential medicine for a number of medical conditions....
18:51, 07/12/2019

Bayer to invest $5.6 billion in weedkiller research to help reputation Germany's Bayer sought to repair its reputation on Friday after damage caused by U.S. litigation over claims its glyphosate pesticide causes cancer, saying it would invest 5 billion euros ($5.6 billion) in weedkiller research....
14:17, 06/14/2019

New research targets microplastics detected in Lake Tahoe RENO, Nev. — The fallout from humanity’s addiction to plastics is showing up in the waters of Lake Tahoe. Scientists detected microplastics at several locations around the lake for the first time this year and they’re working to understand what that means for human health and the environment of the ...
01:00, 09/03/2019

UPDATE 1-Bayer to invest 5 bln euros in weedkiller research Bayer, the German crop science and chemicals group reeling from U.S. litigation over claims its glyphosate pesticide causes cancer, said on Friday it would invest 5 billion euros ($5.64 billion) in weedkiller research....
09:17, 06/14/2019

Bayer to invest 5 billion euros in weedkiller research Bayer, the German crop science and chemicals group reeling from U.S. litigation over claims its glyphosate pesticide causes cancer, said on Friday it would invest 5 billion euros ($5.64 billion) in weedkiller research....
10:17, 06/14/2019

Female authors listed on just 30% of recent UK academic research Progress rate ‘disheartening’, says expert as 2014-17 figure is small improvement on 2006-09Women are listed as authors of just 30% of academic research from British universities, according to a major new ranking of higher education institutions.Although the number of women named as authors is gradu...
20:00, 05/15/2019

MIT to investigate research lab's ties to Epstein as director resigns Joi Ito exits after reports claim lab worked to hide extent of financier’s donationsThe president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has ordered an independent investigation of the ties between a prestigious research lab at the school and Jeffrey Epstein, the influential financier and conv...
13:34, 09/08/2019

Iran will ‘set aside’ curbs on nuclear research and development, Rouhani says President Hassan Rouhani said Iran will abandon restrictions on nuclear research and development as the next step toward reducing its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal....
05:02, 09/05/2019

Research reveals how little caffeine it takes to trigger a migraine A study published in the American Journal of Medicine found that it doesn't take a lot of caffeinated coffee, tea, soda or energy drinks to trigger a migraine....
20:51, 08/09/2019

NASA Announces New Director of Langley Research Center NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Monday the selection of Clayton Turner as the next director of the agency’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia....
09:17, 09/10/2019

Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War Two, a senior U.N. security expert said on Tuesday, calling it an "urgent" issue that the world should take more seriously....
01:00, 05/22/2019

U.S. universities boost cannabis courses, marijuana research U.S. universities are offering courses and degree programs built around cannabis science, even though marijuana is still illegal at the federal level....
03:51, 09/18/2019

How to Rebound After a Disaster: Move, Don’t Rebuild, Research Suggests A paper in the journal Science makes a case that, sometimes, retreating from nature instead of fighting it can open up new opportunities for communities....
23:34, 08/22/2019

Research: Multicloud deployment becomes new default for enterprise computing A recent TechRepublic Premium poll shows that 69 percent of respondents currently use or plan to use services from multiple cloud vendors in the next 12 months....
00:00, 07/02/2019

Computer Science Research Gender Gap Won’t Close for 100 Years Women and men are forecast to produce a similar volume of medical research by 2048, according to a new study. In computer science, that won’t happen until 2137....
17:34, 06/21/2019

Research: The best way to stop the spread of fake photos is education It can be hard to tell whether a picture is real. Consider, as the participants in our recent research did, these two images and see whether you think neither, either or both of them has been doctored. You might have based your assessment of the images on the visual information alone, or perhaps fac...
19:34, 07/02/2019

Genetic study takes research on sex differences to new heights Throughout the animal kingdom, males and females frequently exhibit sexual dimorphism: differences in characteristic traits that often make it easy to tell them apart. In mammals, one of the most common sex-biased traits is size, with males typically being larger than females. This is true in humans...
21:34, 07/18/2019

Scientists call for better research on planetary internal dynamics A group of scientists have called for more researchers to explore the role a planet's interior dynamics play in producing and maintaining a habitable environment....
18:51, 05/06/2019

Research Confirms That ‘Black Don’t Crack’—and the Secret Is in Our Bones Something strange has been happening lately; every time I’m out with my mother, without fail, someone asks in earnest if we are sisters....
20:51, 06/12/2019

Research shines light on why women more likely to develop Alzheimer's Protein tau may spread more rapidly in female brains than males’, adding to range of factorsThe reason women appear to be at greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than men might be due to a number of genetic, anatomical and even social influences, researchers have suggested.Recent figures s...
23:00, 07/16/2019

Bias Against Female Lab Animals Is Messing Up Scientific Research Gender discrimination in science doesn’t just affect women scientists. It also skews the results of animal research, as a new paper out this week describes. Animals used in experiments are still overwhelmingly male, thanks to outdated stereotypes that hormones like estrogen can distort an experiment...
17:00, 05/31/2019

We're hiring a Research Analyst to cover Transportation and Logistics Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/flickrAt Business Insider Intelligence, we're passionate about making market research that industry leaders use to make strategic decisions. To accomplish that goal, we hire great writers with an unrelenting curiosity to uncover the deeper truths ...
05:51, 06/20/2019

Columbia Threadneedle names senior research director Columbia Threadneedle Investments, the asset management arm of Ameriprise Financial Inc, on Monday named Stuart Jarvis senior research director, to strengthen its global investments solutions team....
21:17, 07/29/2019

Ford Motor opens research center in Tel Aviv Ford Motor Co on Wednesday opened a research center in Tel Aviv, joining a growing number of major automakers and suppliers setting up shop in the Israeli tech hub as they race to develop self-driving cars....
16:00, 06/12/2019

Nike should've done its research on 'Betsy Ross' flag, says Motus One CEO Nike should've anticipated the controversy surrounding the early American flag on the sneakers it has since pulled, and the decision the company made was smart, said one marketing executive....
18:51, 07/03/2019

Schumer blasts USDA for suspending bee population research Sen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday blasted the US Department of Agriculture for suspending data collection of the decline of honeybees — saying the recent decision will sting beekeepers and cost New Yorkers billions. USDA officials blamed cost cuts this month when they announced they’d be scra...
06:17, 07/29/2019

Insomnia sufferers could benefit from therapy, new research suggests The study, which analyzed 13 trials on around 1,500 adults, found that patients who had undergone four to six sessions of “talking therapy” -- known as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy -- struggled much less with insomnia....
23:17, 07/30/2019

Research, restoration begins on Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ AMSTERDAM — Researchers and restorers at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum launched a months-long project Monday, using high-tech imaging technology to throw new light on Rembrandt van Rijn’s iconic “Night Watch.” Working in a specially designed glass chamber, researchers at the museum are undertaking a pains...
04:34, 07/09/2019

Advocating for federal research funding on Capitol Hill In late March, 29 MIT graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduates traveled to Washington to speak with members of Congress about the need for continued federal investment of science and technology R&D in fiscal year 2020 and beyond. The delegation met with 69 offices of the U.S. Senate and Hous...
18:51, 04/28/2019

UPDATE 1-Huawei's U.S. research arm sends workers packing Futurewei Technologies Inc, the U.S. research arm of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, began laying off workers on Monday, according to employees including one who spoke to Reuters as he left the company's Silicon Valley campus....
23:51, 07/22/2019

New research on Tunguska finds such events happen less often than we thought Enlarge / The famed Tunguska event of 1908 scorched a five-mile swath of trees and caused many to fall away from the center of the blast in a distinct radial pattern. (credit: Photo12/Universal Images Group via Getty Image) Last month marked the 111th anniversary of the Tunguska event, a blast tha...
15:00, 07/17/2019

Huawei's U.S. research arm slashes jobs as trade ban bites China's Huawei Technologies laid off more than two-thirds of the 850-strong workforce at its Futurewei Technologies research arm in the United States, after being blacklisted by the government....
06:51, 07/23/2019

Ultra-Quantum Matter research gets $8 million boost MIT professors Senthil Todadri and Xiao-Gang Wen are members of the newly established Simons Collaboration on Ultra-Quantum Matter. The effort, funded by the Simons Foundation, is an $8 million four-year award, renewable for three additional years, and will support theoretical physics research acros...
22:00, 05/29/2019

Government Should Focus On Agriculture, Shadow Banks, Says SBI Research In its research report, SBI's Economic Research Department said that ideally government should keep the fiscal deficit numbers constant for the next two years...
18:17, 07/02/2019

Atherosclerosis: Research reveals new mechanism and therapeutic target Scientists reveal how immune cells called neutrophils trigger a previously unknown type of cell death in smooth muscle cells to aggravate atherosclerosis....
23:34, 05/02/2019

Spy on your smart home with this open source research tool Researchers at Princeton University have built a web app that lets you (and them) spy on your smart home devices to see what they’re up to. The open source tool, called IoT Inspector, is available for download here. (Currently it’s Mac OS only, with a wait list for Windows or Linux.) In...
18:17, 04/28/2019

Texas lawmaker calls vaccine research 'sorcery' A vaccine researcher in Texas tweeted a map this week that showed an upward trend in vaccine exemptions in the Lone Star State. More and more, parents were opting school-age children out of getting vaccinated....
06:34, 05/10/2019

For Catherine Drennan, teaching and research are complementary passions Catherine Drennan says nothing in her job thrills her more than the process of discovery. But Drennan, a professor of biology and chemistry, is not referring to her landmark research on protein structures that could play a major role in reducing the world’s waste carbons. “Really the most exciting...
07:17, 06/26/2019

Brexit and diesel fears stall car sales, says new research Exclusive Autocar survey finds sales being delayed by worries over Brexit and diesel As news of yet another monthly fall in new car sales emerged last week, there is strong new evidence that substantial numbers of car buyers are delaying purchases as a direct result of Brexit and confusion over pow...
10:51, 05/16/2019

Millennials are being left out of the world's middle class, research says Millennials are being squeezed out of the world's middle class as incomes stagnate and costs rise, according to research by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)....
18:17, 04/28/2019

Diplomat with unexplained injury to give brain for research BOSTON (AP) — A U.S. diplomat who suffered headaches and memory loss under mysterious circumstances while stationed in China has pledged to donate his brain for research. Mark Lenzi on Friday joined the several thousand others, including many former NFL players, who previously signed agreements to h...
19:51, 05/10/2019

Sleeping with the TV on may make you gain weight, preliminary research says An NIH study found that women who slept with a television on or a light were more likely to gain at least 11 pounds over about five years.        ...
22:51, 06/10/2019

U.S. tariffs on China to cost American households: NY Fed research The newest round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports will cost the typical American household $831 annually, researchers said on Thursday, as the Trump administration came under growing political pressure over its trade war with China....
01:51, 05/24/2019

Research group says America's favorite TV size is now 65 inches More and more Americans are scooping up 65-inch TVs, so much so that they're now apparently the most popular screen size in the country. Market research company TrendForce reckons tumbling prices have led to a shift in the most common screen size: 65......
21:51, 07/05/2019

Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, UN arms research chief says The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War Two, a senior U.N. security expert said on Tuesday, calling it an "urgent" issue that the world should take more seriously....
19:00, 05/22/2019

Exclusive: Huawei's U.S. research arm builds separate identity The U.S.-based research arm of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd - Futurewei Technologies Inc - has moved to separate its operations from its corporate parent since the U.S government in May put Huawei on a trade blacklist, according to two people familiar with the matter....
21:17, 06/24/2019

Trump terminates NIH medical research over use of fetal tissue Enlarge / A seal that reads "US Public Health Service" adorns a building on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. (credit: Getty | Mark Wilson) President Trump personally made the call to impose new restrictions on the use of fetal tissue in medical research, accor...
21:00, 06/06/2019

Uber contradicts own research with London congestion ad claim Poster displayed near two TfL offices said car-pooling service helped reduce trafficAn Uber advertising campaign in London has claimed that its car-pooling service reduces traffic, contradicting the findings of the US ride-hailing app company’s own research.A large billboard poster displayed in Lond...
18:34, 08/26/2019

Apple launches Apple TV app with HBO subscription channel to watch 'Game of Thrones' offline The freshly designed Apple TV app for the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV box is meant to help you more easily find TV shows and movies you want to watch.        ...
03:00, 05/14/2019

Apple Card Also an Apple Knife Apple’s newly available physical credit card may boast of low interest and 3 percent cash-back perks from partners like Uber, but one YouTuber has discovered the card has an unexpected utilitarian function as well: titanium pocket knife.Read more......
02:51, 09/10/2019

Apple could release an update to the Apple TV All eyes are on the next iPhone, but Apple could also be working on a new Apple TV. The device could be announced next week, or maybe later this fall. The anonymous Twitter account @never_released shared the codename of a new Apple TV — AppleTV11,1 or J305AP. They have been accurate when it comes t...
22:34, 09/04/2019

Apple Man Has Words For Non-Apple Men and Women Apple and CEO Tim Cook have always branded the company as fundamentally different from its competitors on privacy. iOS devices collect and use less data on their users than companies like Google and are generally considered more secure than their Android equivalents, and the company has been loudly...
03:51, 06/17/2019

Facebook To Fund Research On Social Media Impact On Elections Facebook announced Monday its first research grants to academics studying the impact of social media on elections, part of an effort to prevent manipulation of social platforms....
04:17, 04/30/2019

New Zealand PM rejects girl’s $3 ‘bribe’ to launch research into dragons New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has reportedly rejected the “bribe” of a young girl who tried to sway the leader into pursuing dragon research....
14:51, 05/14/2019

Fishing industry given say in federal research on Atlantic seals, fish The work is meant to ensure management decisions for seals and sea lions are made with the best available science, in order to sustain "healthy and productive" ecosystems....
04:34, 08/15/2019

A Promising Peanut Allergy Treatment May Not Work So Well After All, Research Review Says In a new review published in the Lancet, researchers came to a disappointing conclusion about recent studies on treating peanut allergies. They found that treating children by exposing them to small amounts of peanuts, which has shown success in several studies, is actually associated with an increa...
18:17, 04/28/2019

New Research Shows Why the Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Could Be a Disaster for Your Wallet Despite a lengthy process that started way back in the spring of 2018, today Sprint and T-Mobile agreed to extend the deadline for their proposed merger another two months until June 29th. However, even if the FCC ends up approving the deal, after seeing a new study by mobile data analysts Rewheel, ...
00:17, 04/30/2019

North Carolina Is Eyeing a Hyperloop One System for the Research Triangle North Carolina is the latest state to throw its hat into the Hyperloop One ring. Today, Virgin Hyperloop One announced that North Carolina’s Regional Transportation Alliance (RTA) was launching a pre-feasibility study to connect the cities of Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the RDU International A...
05:00, 07/13/2019

Trump administration bans medical research using fetal tissue The Trump administration is ending medical research by government scientists using human fetal tissue, a victory for abortion foes and a setback for researchers, who use the tissue while trying to find cures for diseases such as HIV and childhood cancers. Officials said Wednesday that government-fun...
20:00, 06/05/2019

NASA research shows alien life is far less likely than previously thought Scientists just threw a monkey wrench in the search for intelligent extraterrestrial life by redefining what a “habitable planet” is. A team of researchers led by NASA astrobiologist Edward Schwieterman recently published a study indicating that the habitable zone (HZ) for life includes far fewer pl...
02:17, 06/13/2019

Horns Are Growing on Young People's Skulls Due to Phone Use: Research New research in biomechanics suggests that young people are developing hornlike spikes at the back of their skulls - bone spurs caused by the forward tilt of the head....
09:34, 06/21/2019

Voters still do not know whether Labour is a Remain or Leave party, research shows EXCLUSIVE: A poll by Ipsos MORI for the Evening Standard reveals half the public think Jeremy Corbyn would keep Britain inside the EU, while 30 per cent think he would quit the bloc....
14:17, 05/20/2019

New Research Says That Identifying as a ‘Strong Black Woman’ Can Lead to Depression In the last few years at least, there has been some pushback against the prevailing notion of the “strong black woman” as a good thing, as black women themselves have recognized that vulnerability and yes, selfishness, is an important part of a healthy mental make up. Like so many things that have g...
18:00, 05/28/2019

Not just balloons. Helium shortage may deflate MRIs, airbags and research The helium shortage is potentially deflating for a range of purposes: airbags, rocket fuel, MRIs, fiber optics, semiconductors, and, yes, balloons.        ...
04:34, 05/11/2019

Facebook Research is developing touchy-feely curious robots As a social media platform with global reach, Facebook leans extensively on its artificial intelligence and machine-learning systems to keep the site online and harmful content off it (at least, some of the time). Following its announcement at the st......
15:17, 05/20/2019

Alumnus gives MIT $4.5 million to establish the Broderick Fund for Phytocannabinoid Research The following news is adapted from a press release issued in conjunction with Harvard Medical School. Charles R. Broderick, an alumnus of MIT and Harvard University, has made gifts to both alma maters to support fundamental research into the effects of cannabis on the brain and behavior. The gifts...
16:17, 04/30/2019

‘We’re not giving up on this’: AOC touts plan to research medicinal use of magic mushrooms "There are certain schedule-1 drugs that are shown to offer a normal amount of promise to veterans and people with PTSD and also people struggling with depression and opioid addiction," she told a town hall....
04:34, 06/30/2019

Facebook Joins Research on Social Media Impact on Elections Facebook began the research initiative last year after revelations of foreign influence campaigns on the 2016 US election and the Brexit vote in Britain....
10:51, 04/30/2019

Spain honors research of plants' role against climate change A Spanish foundation says two prominent biologists working separately on how plants can help fight climate change have won Spain's Princess of Asturias award for scientific research....
15:17, 06/05/2019

Facebook awards grants for social media and elections research Facebook is making good on its promise to better understand the complicated role it plays in global politics. The social media giant announced the first recipients of a grant that will allow researchers access to its privacy-protected data for the st......
23:00, 04/29/2019

Fire near Idaho’s nuclear research facility prompts evacuation A fast-moving brush fire in eastern Idaho on Tuesday prompted an evacuation of “non-essential employees” from several of the state’s nuclear research facilities....
23:51, 07/23/2019

Dr. Donald Lindberg, 85, Dies; Opened Medical Research to the World As director of the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library, he digitized its holdings to make them available to experts globally....
03:00, 09/03/2019

Genetic research blames humans for prehistoric bear demise A genetic study has revealed that the extinction of prehistoric cave bears was a result of human encroachment and not climate cooling, as was earlier thought. The gigantic cave bear went extinct about 20,000 years ago....
05:00, 08/17/2019

Follow states' lead and block fetal tissue in research The United States is the world leader in most areas of science and medicine, yet our current medical establishment is decades behind in its ineffective and immoral use of aborted fetal tissue for research. It is time for the federal government to stop funding this antiquated research, and for our le...
07:17, 05/30/2019

Scientists feel chill of crackdown on fetal tissue research WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists are feeling the chill of the Trump administration’s crackdown on fetal tissue research. Tissue left over from abortions has long been used in lifesaving research. New restrictions are ending such work at the National Institutes of Health. University scientists worr...
16:34, 06/08/2019

MIT, Blue Origin to cooperate on sending research experiment to the moon MIT and Blue Origin have signed a memorandum outlining plans to pursue mutual interests in space exploration. MIT will develop one or more payload experiments to be launched aboard Blue Origin’s Blue Moon, a flexible lander delivering a wide variety of small, medium, and large payloads to the lunar ...
00:51, 05/11/2019

New research finds that “employees who have a white male advocate often end up with higher pay, and New research finds that “employees who have a white male advocate often end up with higher pay, and most of those employees are white men. Women—particularly black and Hispanic women, are the least likely to have such a lucrative connection.” Meritocracy!...
14:51, 08/10/2019

Trump administration restricts NIH funding for fetal tissue research The Trump administration is notifying the University of California that a federally funded research contract that uses fetuses from elective abortions will not be renewed -- the latest pro-life push by the administration....
20:00, 06/05/2019

People Who Spend More Time In Nature Are Happier, Research Shows It's been established that people who spend more time in parks and other natural settings tend to report higher levels of health and happiness, but new research shows there's actually a magic number......
09:51, 06/28/2019

Is Science Broken? Major New Report Outlines Problems in Research A new report released this week by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is weighing in on a contentious debate within the science world: the idea that scientific research is fundamentally flawed, rife with published findings that often can’t be reproduced or replicated by ot...
11:34, 05/08/2019

U.K. charity warns no-deal Brexit threatens science, research The head of the country’s leading charity funding scientific research wrote that barriers to global collaboration must be minimized in Europe, where Britain’s “closest and most extensive science relationships are.”...
01:17, 07/29/2019

Ocasio-Cortez wants to lead the charge for magic mushrooms research AOC is on a new trip: studying—and potentially legalizing—magic mushrooms and other psychedelic drugs for medicinal use. “We need to get drugs and drug use out of criminal consideration and into medical consideration,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Queens/Bronx) told The Post on Saturday, after a...
22:34, 06/08/2019

McKinsey research finds the world becoming more exposed to China — but not the reverse The findings by McKinsey and Company come amid a year-long tariff fight between the U.S. and China, which has spilled into areas such as technology and security....
08:00, 07/15/2019

Lyft Makes Self-Driving Research Public in Bid to Speed Development Lyft is making research data on self-driving technology available to the public in a bid to accelerate the development of robotic cars, which is seen as critical to the ride-hailing giant's future......
15:51, 07/24/2019

Trump ending fetal tissue research by federal scientists _____ WASHINGTON — The Trump administration said Wednesday it is ending medical research by government scientists using human fetal tissue, a victory for abortion foes that comes despite impassioned pleas from scientists that some health problems can’t be studied any other way. Research using ...
19:17, 06/09/2019

New research gives clues to link between obesity, abnormal bowel habits People with obesity or severe obesity are 60 percent more likely to have chronic diarrhea than those with normal BMI, according to a study that suggests BMI is important to consider when treating abnormal bowel habits....
03:17, 09/19/2019

MOVES-Columbia Threadneedle names senior research director Columbia Threadneedle Investments, the asset management arm of Ameriprise Financial Inc, on Monday named Stuart Jarvis senior research director, to strengthen its global investments solutions team....
22:51, 07/29/2019

Spain honors research of plants’ role against climate change MADRID (AP) — A Spanish foundation says two prominent biologists working separately on how plants can help fight climate change have won Spain’s Princess of Asturias award for scientific research. Studies on plant biology by Joanne Chory, a researcher with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute i...
14:51, 06/05/2019

Indian Oil Hiring Research Officers: Salary, Benefits, Other Details Here IOCL: Indian Oil is accepting online applications from candidates and last date to apply for the job is May 21, 2019. The pay scale for research officers is between Rs. 60,000-1,80,000 and Rs.......
12:17, 04/29/2019

Study suggests avocados suppress hunger, but can we trust the research? Clinical trial participants were less hungry and more satisfied after breakfast with avocado than a low-fat meal. But the study received industry backing....
13:00, 05/14/2019

Right whale population decline linked to ocean warming, research says A report shows that the animal’s food supply shifted, causing them to travel farther for food and moving them closer to shipping lanesThe endangered North Atlantic right whale faces increased odds because its main food supply has shifted due to ocean warming, according to new research. Related: What...
20:51, 05/27/2019

Intel: New chip materials will enable massive AI research gains Intel VP and CTO of AI products Amir Khosrowshahi and general manager of IoT Jonathan Ballon shared thoughts about AI at VentureBeat's Transform conference.Read More...
00:51, 07/12/2019

SEC says may give firms more time to comply with Europe's research rules The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) could extend a 30-month grace period granted to Wall Street firms to comply with European Union investment rules to unbundle research and other services, commissioner Hester Peirce said on Wednesday....
11:34, 08/07/2019

New research shows human cells mimic computer chips Living cells are wired like computer chips, using direct signals to instruct them how to function, but they can also change behavior rapidly -- something chips can't do, new research by the University of Edinburgh shows....
06:51, 05/25/2019

Adobe Shows Off First Research for Tools to Detect Manipulated Photos Photoshop has long been one of the primary sources of manipulated photos and imagery, so in an attempt to counter the fake news epidemic, Adobe has also started developing tools that can both detect when an image has been manipulated, and reverse the changes to reveal the original.Read more......
18:17, 06/14/2019

Amsterdam museum presents results of 5-year Chagall research New research shows that for much of Russian-French modernist painter Marc Chagall’s life, which took him from a tiny village in rural Russia to St. Petersburg, Paris and New York, he remained remarkably faithful to eight pigments in his colorful works...
09:51, 09/14/2019

Brain signals decoded into written text in breakthrough research Doctors hoped to create a product that could enable people living with paralysis to communicate more easily than existing devices, which pick up eye movements and muscle twitches to control a virtual keyboard....
20:17, 07/31/2019

Staring at seagulls can stop them stealing food, research shows Britain's seaside towns are at war with their seagulls, urging visitors not to feed the birds in an effort to stop them snatching titbits like potato chips from tourists' hands....
19:00, 08/07/2019

Research hope study reveals secret to longer life (KOB) Researchers at the University of New Mexico are working hard to extend human life by studying yeast and roundworms. “We really want to understand the basic biology of aging, and we start by asking about it in simple organisms in the lab, but we care because we want to understand it in hu...
22:17, 08/02/2019

Research Sheds Light on Strange Seaway That Once Covered the Sahara The Sahara might seem like one of Earth’s most lifeless regions today, but its fossils show it was once a vast seaway filled giant fish and some of the largest sea snakes the planet has ever seen.Read more......
03:00, 07/09/2019

Seven baby monkeys poisoned at US research center, documents reveal Young primates died after contact with toxic dye‘Invasive and deadly experiments … must end’ say campaignersSeven infant monkeys were accidentally poisoned and died at one of the largest primate research centers in the US, internal documents shared with the Guardian have revealed.The young macaques ...
08:17, 06/16/2019

Parents turn to Alexa to tell bedtime stories, research suggests More than a quarter of parents are relying on home assistants such as Alexa, apps and voice notes to read their children a bedtime story, research suggests....
18:51, 05/23/2019

Survey says scientists mistrust a large amount of published research More than a third of researchers say they think half or fewer of all published studies are trustworthy, according to a survey of more than 3000 people...
17:00, 08/21/2019

Cboe Welcomes New Issuer James Investment Research to ETF Marketplace CHICAGO – December 20, 2017 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE | Nasdaq: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today welcomed new issuer James Investment Research, Inc. to the Cboe ETF Marketplace with the launch of one fund....
18:17, 05/01/2019

Research in astronauts sheds light on rare fainting disorder An intervention used to treat astronauts has relevance for people on the ground with medical conditions that cause repeated fainting, researchers say....
08:17, 08/14/2019

Fetal tissue research, an abhorrent and needless use of taxpayer money, is done On Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services announced it would end the use of human fetal tissue from elective abortions for medical research. This is yet another victory for the Trump administration in the never-ending battle to protect human life....
05:17, 06/06/2019

AmfAR gala near Cannes raises $15 million for AIDS research A signed portrait of Mick Jagger by Andy Warhol, a motorcycle deigned by Lewis Hamilton and a vacation at a private island off Tanzania were some of the items that raised $15 million at the 26th amfAR gala and auction...
22:17, 05/24/2019

Twelve months of birth control pills at once is beneficial, new research says Distributing a year's supply of birth control pills to women up front reduces unintended pregnancies, according to new research.        ...
05:17, 07/09/2019

Trump administration moves to end U.S. research using fetal tissue from abortions The Trump administration on Wednesday said it would end scientific research at the National Institutes of Health that relies on fetal tissue from elective abortions, and would accelerate efforts to find alternatives for such research, a move welcomed by anti-abortion groups....
04:00, 06/06/2019

Indians Won't Mind Ads on Netflix, if Given Good Deal, Research Claims One in three Indians won't mind seeing ads as they watch over-the-top (OTT) content streaming platforms like Netflix or Amazon Prime if they get a good deal from the vendors, video Cloud services......
12:51, 06/17/2019

What Research Shows About the Alleged Link Between Mental Illness and Gun Violence "Mental illness and hate pulls the trigger, not the gun," President Trump said. But the connection between mental illness and gun violence is less clear....
09:34, 08/06/2019

People Prefer Dogs With Sad Puppy Eyes, Research Shows (NEW YORK) — What’s behind those hard-to-resist puppy dog eyes? New research suggests that over thousands of years of dog domestication, people preferred pups that could pull off that appealing, sad look. And that encouraged the development of the facial muscle that creates it. Today, po...
03:34, 06/18/2019

Do Service Dogs Help Treat PTSD? After Years of Research, the V.A. Still Doesn’t Know The V.A. was mandated to study the use of service dogs as a mental-health treatment for veterans almost a decade ago. But repeated setbacks have held up the results....
12:34, 07/17/2019

Nick Buoniconti, 78, Dies; All-Pro Linebacker Championed Medical Research He won two Super Bowls with the Dolphins and later fought to find a cure for his son’s paralysis. Struggling with dementia, he donated his brain to science....
23:17, 07/31/2019

Anti-Gravity Research May Pave the Way for Warp Speed Travel Researchers at CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research) are looking for experimental confirmation to establish the existence of antigravity. The secrets of antigravity may be unlocked, they believe, by an in-depth study and exploration of the properties of anti-matter and this could he ...
12:17, 07/31/2019

Astronauts Aren’t Dying From Space Radiation, New Research Suggests Excessive exposure to the Sun’s harmful rays is an occupational hazard endured by astronauts, who run the risk of contracting cancer and heart disease as a result. At least that’s what we thought. New research shows that astronauts aren’t dying prematurely, but scientists caution that long duration ...
07:00, 07/05/2019

Protest in Hungary over govt plan to seize research network BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A few thousand mostly academics and students held a protest march against a plan by Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government to seize control of the research network of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Critics say the government plan threatens academic freedom and au...
19:34, 06/02/2019

Not just balloons: Helium shortage may deflate MRIs, airbags and research The helium shortage is potentially deflating for a range of purposes: airbags, rocket fuel, MRIs, fiber optics, semiconductors, and, yes, balloons.        ...
21:51, 05/13/2019

Crypto Briefing launches Simetri research for cryptocurrency investors  Crypto Briefing, an independent cryptocurrency review and news platform, is launching a subscription service dubbed Simetri for crypto investors.Read More...
15:51, 07/09/2019

Pen-chewing research wins Ig Nobel prize for German scientist A German scientist was awarded an Ig Nobel prize for discovering that holding a pen in your mouth does not bring joy. Other winners proved that one testicle is warmer than the other and that banknotes spread disease....
03:51, 09/17/2019

Leidos Inc. awarded $66.7M for Air Force Research Lab C4ISR sensor work Leidos Inc. received a $66.7 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to develop sensors and sensor systems for intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and battlespace awareness, the Pentagon announced Tuesday....
12:51, 07/04/2019

Navy Gets Advanced Wargaming Software From Defence Research Body The Defence Research Development Organisation or DRDO on Monday handed over to the Navy a new-generation war-gaming software, aimed at creating an environment that would enable the Maritime Warfare......
02:52, 09/17/2019

Research analyst: Caterpillar's earnings miss adds to market uncertainty Rob Wertheimer, founding partner and director of research for global machinery at Melius Research, joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" team breaks down the impact of Caterpillar's earnings miss and what it means for the U.S. industrial economy....
01:00, 07/25/2019

A new research paper says that during the Cold War, the looming threat of communism caused capitalis A new research paper says that during the Cold War, the looming threat of communism caused capitalist countries to keep inequality low: “The results suggest, as reinforced by some cases studied, that the spread of communism fostered deals between domestic elites and workers that redistributed the ga...
20:51, 07/26/2019

JK Rowling donates over $19M to multiple sclerosis research in honor of her late mother J.K. Rowling, the beloved creator of the "Harry Potter" universe, has donated more than $19 million to multiple sclerosis (MS) research in honor of her late mother, who suffered from the chronic neurological condition....
13:51, 09/15/2019

Navy wants 350 billion social media posts for epic research project The U.S. Navy wants to amass 350 billion social media posts for a massive data archive that will provide new insight into how people communicate online....
23:17, 05/30/2019

Pentagon eyes expanding DARPA future warfare research office The U.S. Department of Defense is close to expanding its legendary future warfare and technology agency DARPA by combining it with the Pentagon office in charge of adapting existing weapons to new uses, people familiar with the plans said....
13:17, 05/24/2019

Risk of nuclear war now highest since WWII, UN arms research chief warns GENEVA – The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War II, a senior UN security expert said on Tuesday, calling it an “urgent” issue that the world should take more seriously. Renata Dwan, director of the UN Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), said all state...
16:51, 05/22/2019

DT Research DT340T review: A versatile but expensive military-grade tablet DT Research's 14-inch DT340T is tough and capable (and heavy), but if you specify the discrete Nvidia GPU and maximise RAM, SSD storage and battery capacity you’ll end up with a hefty price tag....
08:00, 09/14/2019

Children in Xinjiang housed in mass boarding schools, research claims Children of parents detained in China's vast system of "re-education camps" in the far west region of Xinjiang are being separated from their families and placed in vast purpose-built boarding schools, according to new research....
12:34, 07/05/2019

Global solar installations to reach record high this year: research New solar photovoltaic (PV) installations are set to reach a record high this year, driven by improving markets in Europe and the United States and fast growth in India and Vietnam, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Thursday....
02:17, 07/25/2019

Financial firms in Europe must embrace the Amazon model to survive, research says Europe's financial services sector must reinvent itself in order to survive disruption and remain competitive, according to a new joint report from PwC Luxembourg and development agency Luxembourg for Finance....
16:34, 09/11/2019

Chinese computer research body to cut ties with division of U.S.-based IEEE Beijing-based technology research group The China Computer Federation (CCF) is suspending communications with a U.S. based engineers' association in the latest example of fallout from the U.S. embargo on phone maker Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL]....
15:51, 05/30/2019

Ottawa and P.E.I. spending $14.5 million to build climate change research centre Veterans Affairs Minister Lawrence MacAulay said the Canadian Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation will be built in St. Peter's Bay, which is in his riding....
19:17, 07/05/2019

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Returns Girl's 'Dragon Research' Bribe New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has rejected a "bribe" from an 11-year-old girl who wrote asking the government to conduct dragon research, her office confirmed on Tuesday....
11:51, 05/14/2019

Author J.K. Rowling Donates $18.8 Million to Research Into the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (LONDON) — Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has made a substantial donation for research into the treatment of multiple sclerosis at a center named after her late mother. The 15.3 million-pound ($18.8 million) donation announced Thursday will be used for new facilities at a research center bas...
06:18, 09/13/2019

Brazil space research chief to leave job after Bolsonaro deforestation spat The head of Brazil's space research agency INPE, Ricardo Galvao, is set to leave his job following a public dispute with President Jair Bolsonaro over deforestation statistics, a spokesperson for the science ministry said on Friday....
14:17, 08/03/2019

Huawei employees worked with China military on research projects: Bloomberg Huawei Technologies Co employees worked on at least 10 research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel over the past decade, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, collaborations the Chinese company said it was not aware of....
05:51, 06/27/2019

Scientists accuse Hungary of seeking "total political control" over research Hungary's oldest and biggest scientific institute accused the government on Wednesday of trying to take "total political control" of vital research through plans to set up a new state body to oversee funding and work....
14:00, 05/29/2019

AI Weekly: Cutting-edge research promises to imbue AI with contextual knowledge Researchers at IBM, MIT, Salesforce, and elsewhere are developing techniques that promise to imbue AI with greater contextual knowledge than before.Read More...
02:51, 08/31/2019

Scientists warn that 'storm chasers' are hurting research and causing danger The art and science of “storm chasing” was once a niche pastime involving a few meteorologists and researchers with a car, a long-lens camera, and a hypothesis to determine. But a combination of Tinseltown and technology has turned it into something of a mainstream, anyone-can-do craft with deadly c...
05:17, 06/05/2019

Diplomat who developed mysterious symptoms in China to donate brain for research A U.S. diplomat who suffered headaches and memory loss under mysterious circumstances while stationed in China has pledged to donate his brain for research....
18:00, 05/10/2019

Startling picture shows research team traversing melted sea ice in Greenland A research team was forced to traverse through melted sea ice as they retrieved their oceanographic moorings and weather station equipment in Greenland....
14:17, 06/18/2019

Fighting for sex helps animals survive habitat loss, new beetle research says Animals around the world are seeing their environments change. Climate change is causing heating and changes to weather patterns, the oceans are becoming more acidic, and previously undisturbed habitats are being altered and degraded by human activities. If we want to understand how these changes wi...
04:17, 08/04/2019

Stony Brook professor stole $200K from cancer research: feds A Stony Brook University professor pilfered grant money meant for cancer research and used it to pay for personal expenses, including mortgage payments on his house, federal prosecutors said Thursday. Associate Professor Geoffrey Girnun, director of cancer metabolomics at Stony Brook’s Renaissance S...
15:34, 09/13/2019

Huawei employees worked with China’s military on tech research projects A report that Huawei employees worked on research projects alongside Chinese military personnel for at least 10 years can’t be good news for Huawei right now. The company’s ability to conduct business has been seriously hindered this year, as Trump’s recent ban prevents the company...
21:00, 06/27/2019

Hackers hit global telcos in espionage campaign: cyber research firm Hackers have broken into the systems of more than a dozen global telecoms companies and taken large amounts of personal and corporate data, researchers from a cyber security company said on Tuesday, identifying links to previous Chinese cyber-espionage campaigns....
10:17, 06/25/2019

Calgary announcement sees feds pledge $24.5M to fund cannabis use research Minister Bill Blair announced funding for Canada-based research into cannabis use, research into the impact of legalized cannabis on public health and public awareness projects....
03:00, 05/23/2019

Visiting a park boosts your happiness like Christmas morning, new research shows People’s moods started to improve just on the anticipation of a park outing, and the afterglow of increased happiness subsisted several hours following park visits, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Vermont....
01:00, 08/22/2019

Sharp rise in Brazilian deforestation undeniable, says sacked research chief Ricardo Galvao, the sacked head of Brazil’s space research agency, said on Saturday the trend of sharply rising deforestation was undeniable, a day after he was fired following a public spat with President Jair Bolsonaro over data published by the agency....
04:51, 08/04/2019

Urban Air Mobility, Alternate Propulsion Among NASA Research at Aviation Forum NASA’s cutting-edge aeronautics research will be the focus of agency discussions and demonstrations at this year’s American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) annual Aviation Forum and Exposition, otherwise known as Aviation 2019....
14:34, 06/18/2019

Britons increasingly fearful of internet risks, Ofcom research shows Support for regulation grows as 78% express concern over harmful experiencesBritish people are increasingly fearful of the risks posed by the internet, prompting greater support for more regulation following recent headlines about the theft of personal data and abusive online behaviour.Research by t...
04:17, 05/30/2019

NASA Awards Contract Modification for Research, Development, Engineering Support NASA has awarded a contract modification to Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, to maintain APL's capabilities to execute robotic space missions for the agency through the full mission life cycle, from mission concept and formulation through data analysis....
12:34, 09/04/2019

Citrus greening research in Florida yields new tool in battle against disease A new machine being developed in Florida might provide another weapon against the spread of citrus greening disease, which has decimated citrus crops worldwide....
20:00, 05/02/2019

Democrats slam USDA's relocation of economists as blow to scientific research Democratic senators on Thursday slammed the U.S. Department of Agriculture's plan to relocate hundreds of its economists and other researchers from Washington to the Midwest, saying it will hurt the agency's research capabilities by prompting many to resign....
04:00, 07/19/2019

Vaping Could Make It Harder For Your Body to Fight the Flu, Preliminary Research Suggests Anyone who’s regularly smoked knows that colds and flus can hit them harder than they would a non-smoker. But people who vape could be in for the same sort of trouble, according to some new (and very preliminary) research out today. It suggests that e-cigarettes can weaken the body’s ability to fend...
09:17, 05/21/2019

The Trump Administration Is Making Lifesaving Fetal Tissue Research Almost Impossible On Wednesday, the Trump administration announced a new curtailing of federal spending on research using fetal tissue, according to the New York Times. The new rules will make it extremely difficult for this research, which many scientists say is vital, to find a way forward. It aims to entirely end ...
10:00, 06/06/2019

Disrupted sleep patterns can lead to ‘deviant behaviour’, research suggests Science journalist Linda Geddes calls for more flexi-working to fit in with early risers and night owlsFinally, workers have a new excuse for stealing pens from the office or using someone else’s milk: early risers and night owls are more likely to display “unethical and deviant” behaviour if forced...
20:51, 05/27/2019

Research reveals surprising relationship between climate change and fertility rate Climate change will shape every aspect of human life – often in complex ways. Take the question of deciding how many children to have, for example. A new analysis suggests that climate change could increase fertility rates in tropical countries, in turn magnifying the impacts of climate change on th...
19:17, 05/21/2019

Here’s the Real Reason DARPA Is Looking for ‘Underground Urban Tunnels’ for ‘Research and Experimentation’ When DARPA, an agency within the Defense Department that works on advanced technology for the military, asked Twitter users if they knew of any urban underground tunnels “able to host research & experimentation” on Wednesday, some people were a little freaked out — especially becau...
03:51, 08/30/2019

Latest fintech industry trends, technologies and research from our ecosystem report This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Business Insider Intelligence In recent years, we've seen a ballooning of activity in fintech — an expansive ...
04:17, 06/08/2019

Hand dryers are ‘clearly dangerous’ to children’s hearing, a 13-year-old’s research shows Nora Louise Keegan’s published study notes that children are more vulnerable to damage from loud noises than adults, with sudden noises being more harmful than ones that build up over time....
03:00, 07/03/2019

Mobile VR game gathers ‘1,700 years’ worth of Alzheimer’s research data A virtual reality game and its app predecessor, intended to help detect early signs of Alzheimer’s, have accrued over 1,700 years’ worth of data in the two years it’s been on the market, according to its developers, thanks to its millions of players. Sea Hero Quest was made by game studio Glitchers ...
01:00, 04/30/2019

Scientists seek better understanding of mouse, human brains to improve research For decades, scientists have used experimental drugs to cure mice of brain disorders like Alzheimer's disease, glioblastoma and depression. But on human brains, these treatments often don't work....
19:00, 08/23/2019

Research: Climate change helped elephants evolve a large brain Elephants have long captivated our attention, partly because of their sheer size and majesty. But we’re also struck by their complex behavior. In some ways, we’re fascinated because this behavior echoes our most humane feelings. For instance, elephants have repeatedly been observed using tools and g...
13:17, 07/29/2019

Trump Administration Sharply Curtails Fetal Tissue Medical Research The Trump administration will be ending a major university contract involving fetal tissue research and will soon stop such work at the National Institutes of Health....
21:00, 06/05/2019

Trump’s Misguided Ban on Federal Fetal-Tissue Research Can Only Hurt Science The Trump administration is halting fetal tissue research by government scientists and placing new restrictions on how the National Institutes of Health issues grants to academic researchers. The move is meant to appease the president’s anti-choice political base, but the measures are a serious blow...
01:17, 06/07/2019

Ohio boy, 14, donates money from hog auction to children's medical research: 'no kid should have cancer' An Ohio town is praising a young boy after he decided to donate the money he made from auctioning off his 230-pound hog over the weekend to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. ...
02:34, 08/07/2019

25 Million Android Devices Infected by a New Malware: Check Point Research A new smartphone malware called "Agent Smith" has been discovered that has infected 25 million devices worldwide, including 15 million in India, Check Point Research claims....
15:51, 07/10/2019

Head of Mount Sinai research accused of ‘gaslighting’ female employees The head of a globally recognized research institute at a top Manhattan medical school “gaslit” female underlings to push them out in favor of younger male employees, a new lawsuit charges. Prabhjot Singh, director of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health, which is part of Mount Sinai Health Syste...
02:00, 05/08/2019

Medical cannabis group EMMAC forms research partnership with Hyris Ltd European medical cannabis company EMMAC announced on Monday a research partnership with UK biotechnology company Hyris Limited to develop a library of genetic profiles of existing cannabis varieties....
14:17, 06/24/2019

The $2m drug reveals medical research as a casino culture | Kenan Malik Does Zolgensma, a revolutionary one-off treatment for spinal muscular atrophy, really need to cost so much?How much is a life worth? $2.15m? That’s the staggering price of a drug produced by the pharmaceutical giant Novartis that has just come on the market. Zolgensma is a one-off gene therapy treat...
08:17, 05/26/2019

Google is creating a privacy engineering hub and safety research fund in Europe Google plans a Google Safety Engineering Center and an $11.23 million Impact Challenge on Safety fund for organizations working on digital safety.Read More...
18:34, 05/14/2019

Volkswagen's Research Lab Turned an Old Microbus Into an EV Technology-Crammed Concept Vehicle Volkswagen’s California-based Electronic Research Laboratory has been re-named the Innovation and Engineering Center California (IECC), and has been given an expanded role in the company. So, to celebrate, they did the only rational thing they could do: they took a 1962 Type 2 11-window Microbus and...
19:17, 07/03/2019

Use of male mice skews drug research against women, study finds Male animal bias is unjustified and can lead to drugs that work less well for womenThe male mind is rational and orderly while the female one is complicated and hormonal. It is a stereotype that has skewed decades of neuroscience research towards using almost exclusively male mice and other laborato...
17:51, 05/31/2019

The Alaska Governor’s Proposed Budget Cuts Would Be a Disaster for US Climate Research It’s not just the Alaskan landscape that’s on fire right now. The university system could also go up in smoke if the Governor Mike Dunleavy’s proposed budget cuts go through. That includes crucial research into how the U.S. Arctic is shifting as temperatures rapidly rise.Read more......
00:17, 07/03/2019

| China tightens rules on genetic research after designer-baby scandal China has announced regulations to curb the smuggling of human organs and tighten oversight on the use of human genetic materials in research months after a Chinese scientist caused a global outcry by claiming that he gene-edited babies....
06:00, 06/13/2019

Hungary eyes science research as latest target for state control Academy will be managed by nationalist government in unprecedented moveThe Hungarian government is moving to bring the country’s umbrella scientific research organisation under its control, in what scientists in the country and globally say would be an unprecedented assault on academic freedoms.The ...
08:17, 06/13/2019

Jimmy Pitaro Says The Research Shows Viewers Like ESPN Best When It's A Bland Paste ESPN president Jimmy Pitaro’s purpose has been clear from the start—he is the massager of the balls, there to soothe the company’s corporate interests, the reactionary to predecessor John Skipper. But with employee Dan Le Batard’s honest and true radio rant two weeks ago about how a “stick to sports...
23:51, 07/29/2019

CNN host says Trump acting like 'toddler' after 'un-American' comments about opposition research CNN host John King had some strong words about President Trump Thursday after he said he would be willing to listen to opposition research from another country without telling the FBI....
00:51, 06/14/2019

IBM, Fraunhofer partner on German-backed quantum computing research push IBM is joining forces with a German research institute to explore the potential of quantum computing, backed by a government plan to invest 650 million euros ($717 million) over two years in wider research in the field....
02:17, 09/11/2019

Sugary drink consumption increases cancer risk, research suggests Though there is no causal link, consuming sugar-based drinks like soda and fruit juice could lead to a higher chance of developing cancer, a new study suggests. Experts suggest a tax hike would help....
05:17, 07/11/2019

GM unveils a radically new Corvette General Motors has unveiled the eighth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette. The model is, arguably, the biggest change for the Corvette since the sports car was first introduced in 1953....
17:00, 07/22/2019

Apple CEO Cook says he doesn't see China targeting Apple in U.S.-China trade dispute Apple Inc Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said China has not targeted the company as a result of the U.S.-China trade dispute and he does not anticipate it will....
06:00, 06/05/2019

OPEC needs to send strong solidarity message: JP Morgan head of oil market research OPEC is scheduled to meet next Tuesday, but Saudi Arabia wants to push it back. Abhishek Deshpande, J.P. Morgan head of oil market research and strategy, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how the movement of dates is crucial for oil markets....
20:34, 06/17/2019

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield happy to give brain to concussion research AFLPA president “all for” donating organs‘You can’t take them with you when you’re gone’AFL Players Association president Patrick Dangerfield is all for donating his brain to post-mortem concussion research after last month the disease CTE was found in the donated brains from two rugby league player...
10:51, 07/08/2019

Iran Will No Longer Honor Limits on Nuclear Research, a Core Principle of Accord Iran said it would no longer abide by the limits on research and development required by the 2015 nuclear accord. It is Iran’s third retaliatory step since President Trump renounced the deal....
04:34, 09/06/2019

Defence Research Body Test Fires Guided Bomb From Sukhoi Combat Jet The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Friday successfully test fired an indigenously-developed 500 kg class guided bomb from a Sukhoi combat jet at Pokhran in Rajasthan....
02:34, 05/25/2019

REFILE-Pentagon eyes expanding DARPA future warfare research office The U.S. Department of Defense is close to expanding its legendary future warfare and technology agency DARPA by combining it with the Pentagon office in charge of adapting existing weapons to new uses, people familiar with the plans said....
17:34, 05/24/2019

Brazil led world in rainforest losses in 2018 despite decline from 2017: research group Brazil led the world in rainforest destruction last year, although deforestation in South America's largest country fell by 70 percent compared to 2017, according to an independent forest monitoring network....
18:17, 04/28/2019

Malcolm Gladwell's famous 10,000 hour rule for mastering a skill isn't holding up in new research Oli Scarff/Getty Images The 10,000-hour rule popularized by Malcolm Gladwell roughly says if you practice one skill for 10,000 hours, you'll have a good chance at becoming an expert at it. As the Guardian reports, new research indicates the 10,000-hour rule alone doesn't account for mastery in a gi...
00:34, 08/22/2019

NASA Awards $2.3 Million in Fellowships to US Universities for Aviation, Planetary, Space Research NASA has awarded fellowships to 14 minority-serving institutions through its Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) and five majority institutions through its Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD), all totaling $2.3 million, to support graduate student research....
04:17, 09/19/2019

Research Traces Cannabis Plant Origins to the Tibetan Plateau 28 Million Years Ago A fascinating new study published in the journal Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, on May 14, details the work of a team of researchers from the University of Vermont who present their evidence that the cannabis plant “evolved 28 million years ago at a specific area on the Tibetan plateau.” ...
01:51, 05/23/2019