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NIBIB-funded researchers use passive cavitation imaging, an ultrasound imaging technique, to create an image and estimate the amount of drug that crossed the blood-brain barrier... [Read More]
Our bodies need oxygen to function. When we breathe, it's brought into our lungs and transported by our red blood cells to our bodies. It's... [Read More]
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are teaching robots to "see" what an object looks like just by touching it and predict what something... [Read More]
Will AI lead to a quicker diagnosis of diabetes, a condition often called the silent killer? IBM researchers are hoping so. They recently announced an... [Read More]
Many users now mix opioids with stimulants such as meth and cocaine. Researchers say efforts to get doctors to reduce opioid prescriptions may have driven... [Read More]
Cars that run on kelp. Cosmetics made from waste products. An alternative energy model fueled by clean, green chemicals. USC Dornsife researchers are creating innovative... [Read More]
In a new study, researchers were able to predict 21 types of medical conditions -- ranging from pregnancy to skin disorders -- by analyzing people's... [Read More]
When Shannon Cappellazzi speaks of tornadoes, she's not referring to funnel clouds and high winds. [Read More]
Striking photo taken by Danish researchers is a timely reminder as diplomats meet for UN climate talks. [Read More]
Error-free operation is demonstrated at 10 Gb/s for Write functions with 6.2 dB and Read with 0.4 dB power, making it the fastest RAM cell. [Read More]
The primary purpose of this study was further testing of the ILPS scale (Castleberry, et al. 1999). The sample consisted of 101 salespeople from three... [Read More]
This study examines and tracks the extent of selling and sales management research from 1993-1997. Two hundred and sixty-six published journal articles representing sixteen journals... [Read More]
Most methodological fields undertake regular critical reflections to ensure rigorous research and publication practices, and, consequently, acceptance in their domain. Interestingly, relatively little attention has... [Read More]
Structural equation modeling (SEM) has become a quasi-standard in marketing and management research when it comes to analyzing the cause-effect relations between latent constructs. For... [Read More]
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of predictive analytics, summarize how it is impacting knowledge creation in marketing, and suggest future... [Read More]
With economic activity in emerging markets growing at 40 percent, and with 10 percent and more of the firms in the Global Fortune 500 now... [Read More]
Given the negative effect that burnout has on the sales force, such as increased turnover intentions and decreased performance, measurement improvements on this multidimensional construct... [Read More]
Information systems (IS) researchers often explore complex phenomena that result from the interplay between technologies and human actors; as such, IS research frequently involves constructs... [Read More]
Many scholarly social networking sites targeting an audience of academicians and researchers have appeared on the Internet in recent years. Their vision is to change... [Read More]
The battle for the protection of information assets continues to rage at all organizations, big and small. In the ever-changing world of information security,... [Read More]
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