Posts Tagged ‘Impact’

Aging Collection Marks First of Many Interdisciplinary Troves for Researchers

In the first of what will be a monthly series, SAGE Publishing will open up articles in a specific area of public interest – note, not in a specific discipline – to help researchers pursue knowledge outside of their usual silos. This month, SAGE (the parent of Social Science space) launched an interdisciplinary microsite on […]

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CT scans could help smokers kick the habit, study finds

Smokers who undergo a CT scan of their lungs are more likely to kick the habit than those who opt against the screening, which could detect lung cancer at an early stage, new research led by experts from Cardiff University and published in the journal Thorax has discovered. The study involved 4,055 individuals between the […]

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Tapping the Tourism Potential of Pot: Lessons From a New Gold Rush

Colorado legalized recreational marijuana five years ago. That’s provided time for a natural experiment on what pot means for health, crime, agriculture, business — and tourism.

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Five things to consider when designing a policy to measure research impact

By Andrew Gunn, University of Leeds and Michael Mintrom, Monash University.  This year will see the Australian government pilot new ways to measure the impact of university research. As recommended by the Watt Review, the Engagement and Impact Assess…

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