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Project Syndicate

How Best to Promote Research and Development
Project Syndicate
Clearly, there is something appealing about a start-up-based innovation strategy: it feels democratic, accessible, and so California. But it is definitely not the only way to boost research and development, or even the main way, and it is certainly not ...


Integrated BioSci Research On Corium: A Stellar Investing Opportunity
Seeking Alpha
The multi-billion-dollar market for Alzheimer's disease is lucrative. And the company has a small market cap to warrant much further upsides. This is an example of the Integrated BioSci Research published in our marketplace research. Back in Oct. 25 ...


The Independent

Home insurance companies are overcharging 13 million households, finds research
The Independent
Home insurance companies may be overcharging up to 13 million UK households, new research suggests, with older people particularly hard hit. A study conducted by Citizens Advice and published on Friday shows that 40 per cent of people over the age of ...

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Australian research 'has a Daversity problem': Analysis shows too many men work mostly with other men
ABC Online
Even so, it was a shock to look at the networks that routinely lock women out of research funding in Australia. Using a process called social network analysis (SNA), which measures the relationships between people, Professor Verhoeven and her team ...


CoinDesk

UC Berkeley, KyberNetwork Partner for Decentralized Exchange Research
CoinDesk
The group, Blockchain at Berkeley, announced the new research partnership yesterday, stating that the two groups would be looking at aspects of trading, such as diversity, strategies and sustainability, specifically within KyberNetwork's early-stage ...


The Verge

Apple's latest AI research explores the problem of mapping systems for self-driving cars
The Verge
Now, new research from the company's machine learning team confirms this direction, with a paper published on pre-print server arXiv describing a mapping system that could be put to a range of uses, including powering ?autonomous navigation, ...
Apple scientists disclose self-driving car researchReuters
Apple reveals driverless car system to detect pedestrians and cyclists in rare research paperCNBC
Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plansEngadget
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Times Higher Education (THE)

Continental researchers lukewarm on UK access to EU funding
Times Higher Education (THE)
A survey reveals widespread scepticism among continental academics about the level of access to European Union funding that UK researchers should have after Brexit. According to the findings of the survey of more than 2,000 scholars worldwide, just 41 ...


The Guardian (blog)

Sugar industry withheld research effects of sucrose 50 years ago, study claims
The Guardian (blog)
In 1967, when scientists were arguing over the link between sugar consumption and increased risk of heart disease, researchers now claim that the International Sugar Research Foundation (ISRF) withheld findings that rats that were fed a high-sugar diet ...
Sugar industry withheld possible evidence of cancer link 50 years ago, researchers sayPBS NewsHour
How the sugar industry tried to hide the health effects of its product 50 years agoThe Verge
The sugar industry blocked research linking sucrose to heart disease and cancer from publication 50 YEARS ago ...Daily Mail
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China's reversing emission flows revealed by research
Science Daily
The researchers found that emission flows have changed greatly in both domestic and foreign trade. Some economically less-developed regions, such as southwest and northeast China, have shifted from being a net emission exporter to a net emission ...

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CITES panel to discuss Japan's research whaling program next week
The Japan Times
Japan's research whaling program will be on the agenda of an upcoming meeting of the Standing Committee for the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), the secretariat for the treaty has said.