Category Archives: Old News

New Research Project: Seismic Hazards

The next addition to Research Now’s expanding portfolio of research projects is an evaluation of the faults and character of the seafloor in the vicinity of the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. Continue reading

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New Research Project: Wind Climatology

Non-profit organization Research Now’s first research project has begun! The final product will be a detailed characterization of winds in the Cherry Point vicinity, which will be useful for professionals preparing the environmental impact statements for the Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) project. Continue reading

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Research Now Concept Paper

Current knowledge and need for further research regarding environmental impact of the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. Continue reading

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Legally (un)paid: the Legality and Morality of Unpaid Media Internships

With scores of young journalists clawing for a limited number of jobs each year, landing that media internship has become a critical career step. Are many young people being exploited by those unpaid internships and are they keeping those from lower-income families out of science media? Continue reading

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New cell death mechanism has implications for breast cancer treatments

A novel mechanism of cell death that occurs in mammalian organisms has been revealed by researchers at the University of Cambridge. Continue reading

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Clegg Promises Libel Law Reform

This reform would make Britain the first country to ask its legislative body to set out its libel laws and provide greater clarity. Continue reading

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Immune interaction optimises foetal nourishment during pregnancy

Paternal genes advise maternal immune cells on how to build the best womb for developing foetuses, researchers have found. Continue reading

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