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Consumers Are Searching Online But Not Buying. Why?

Online marketers have seen the pattern: 95-98 percent of online visitors search for something, but the search never converts into a purchase and they...

21 Percent of All Citations Go to the Elite

In the last 15 years, elite researchers have increased their share of citations from 14 to 21 percent, shows new research from Aarhus BSS...

New Discovery: How the Brain ‘Tangles’ in Alzheimer’s Disease

University of Queensland researchers have discovered a new "seeding" process in brain cells that could be a cause of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. UQ’s Queensland...

Comedy News Programs Make Young Adults More Likely to Remember and Share

In the early decades of televised news, Americans turned to the stern faces of newsmen like Walter Cronkite, Tom Brokaw, and Dan Rather as...

JUNA 400kV Accelerator Delivers First Intense Beam in Deepest Underground Laboratory

The JUNA (Jinping Underground Nuclear Astrophysics collaboration) 400kV accelerator installed at the China Jinping deep underground Laboratory (CJPL) delivered its first intense beam on December 26. The accelerator...

Researchers Find Surprising Connection Between Dinosaurs and Mammals

When thinking of fierce predators of the past, it’s difficult not to imagine dinosaurs, considering theropods are well known for having blade-like teeth with...

The Smellicopter is an Obstacle-Avoiding Drone That Uses Live Moth Antenna to Seek Out Smells

One huge advantage of drones is that these little robots can go places where people can’t, including areas that might be too dangerous, such...

Seeing No Longer Believing: Manipulated Online Images

A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr. becomes a rude gesture, President Donald Trump’s inauguration crowd scenes inflated, dolphins in Venice’s Grand Canal,...

Scientists Predict Potential Spread, Habitat of Invasive Asian Giant Hornet

Researchers at Washington State University have predicted how and where the Asian giant hornet, an invasive newcomer to the Pacific Northwest, popularly dubbed the...

Researcher Investigates the Most Lethal Volcanic Phenomena

Like many who grew up in East Germany, Dr. Gert Lube always yearned to travel and explore different places. Ten years after the fall...

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