Research

Research, The

The Research

The Research were a band from Wakefield, England. The members were : Russell 'The Disaster' Searle (vocals/guitar/synthesizers), Georgia Lashbrook (bass/vocals/harmonica), and Sarah Williams (drums/vocals). Their songs - typically about themes of love, loss and fear - are notable for their plaintive lyrics and vocal harmonies. Wikipedia
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Ruling Galaxies But Not Countries: New Research on Women in Film
Ruling Galaxies But Not Countries: New Research on Women in Film
It's a pleasure to feature a research/industry collaboration that is having measurably positive effect. The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in...

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The Surprising History and Future of Boob Job Fever
The Surprising History and Future of Boob Job Fever
Alright, I admit it: I'm a straight woman, and I like big boobs. What can I say? I find them beautiful and, with their supple curves and bounce,...

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Springboard or Crisis? The 'Talent Show Experience'
Springboard or Crisis? The 'Talent Show Experience'
This post is co-authored with Maya Götz, director, International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television.

"It was an experience...

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An Advancement and Missed Opportunity for Alzheimer's
An Advancement and Missed Opportunity for Alzheimer's
Last week a paper was published in Nature Medicine  that drew significant media buzz.  The paper was titled "Plasma phospholipids identify...

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Non-Profits and Social Media: 3 Steps to Defining Your Audience
Non-Profits and Social Media: 3 Steps to Defining Your Audience
I recently wrote about how non-profits and NGOs need a plan to guide their social media efforts. One of the first steps in that plan is determining...

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The Challange and Dilemma: Fact Checking in Journalism and Research
A well-written and thought-provoking article can be totally discredited by neglectful fact checking. When a reader comes across an article on a...

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A Hard Day's Write: The Beatles' Continuing Impact on Scholarly Literature
A Hard Day's Write: The Beatles' Continuing Impact on Scholarly Literature
This month's anniversary of the Beatles' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 marks 50 years of stateside and worldwide...

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I put vampire bats on a treadmill and videotaped them w
I put vampire bats on a treadmill and videotaped them with a high-speed camera. I found out that vampire bats have a running gait that no other bat has. That was my big finding. It was perfect Daily Planet material and they interviewed me at the time. I had no idea that a few years later I’d...

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Sheldon: What I am doing here is trying to determine wh
Sheldon: What I am doing here is trying to determine when I am going to die.
Leonard: A lot of people are working on that research.

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Global Market Review Of Tequila - Forecasts To 2014
Tequila has been displaying high volume growth across a broad spectrum of international markets over the last few years. Indeed, some 13 out of the top 15 global Tequila markets posted gains over the 2003-2008 period analysed in just-drinks'/IWSR's brand new global Tequila market...

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