In totality, nearly 670,000 tweets were evaluated, stemming from 186 users on the social platform.Read More
A database containing messages/posts on Twitter was analyzed to uncover any potential early indications of an emerging pandemic in 2019.
The study was released in the journal Health Psychology.More
The European Medicines Agency greenlighted its approval by reassuring the vaccine meets the criteria for safeness and quality standards.More
A Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute study found that women in tech are at a higher likelihood of promotion compared to their male counterparts.More
Implementing certain weather-related measures in marketing campaigns could increase product valuation for some consumers and businesses, a new study found.More
According to new research, cellular senescence, a phenomenon recognized for its cessation of cell division, may lead to the development of neurodegenerative diseases.More
The findings appeared in the International Business Review.
The study was released in Justice Quarterly.
The study was authored by Michael Siering, Jan Muntermann, and Miha Grčar.
The study was authored by Joowon Park, Clarence Lee, and Manoj Thomas.
About 500 participants from Taiwan were evaluated.
Ohio State researchers uncovered nearly 90,000, published between the start of the pandemic and October 2020.More
As many as 14 percent of the members of the 117th US Congress are either immigrants or children of immigrants, new dataMore
The new report was released by the Lancet.More
The data showed that 71 percent of people quoted in the media were men, while only 29 percent were women.More
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