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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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Jamie Dornan’s Odd Prep for “50 Shades”
Jamie Dornan’s Odd Prep for “50 Shades”
Jamie Dornan is a good actor...he does his research!
US weekly reports that, prior to taking on the iconic role of S&M-loving billionaire Christian...

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Yes, Kim Kardashian Is Hot Nude -- But Where Are the Naked Men?
Yes, Kim Kardashian Is Hot Nude -- But Where Are the Naked Men?
It may not have broken the Internet, but a series of photos featuring Kim Kardashian full-frontal and, um, full-buttal, have caused quite a stir.In...

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Does Raising the Minimum Wage Hurt Employment? Evidence from China
Does Raising the Minimum Wage Hurt Employment? Evidence from China
Raising the minimum wage is a polarizing issue. One side worries that raising it will lower employment. The other side downplays the impact on...

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Rules of Engagement
This past week, three colleagues and I prepared an article pitch, on historical and other reasons why research scientists and industry content...

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Social Media Research Ethics Clarity Needed
Social Media Research Ethics Clarity Needed
Facebook now says it will apply greater internal review to research projects, but it misses the ethical point by rejecting external review. With more...

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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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