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When Less Oxygen Means Better Performance

By   /  July 18, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Economics, Energy, English, materials science, MIL OSI, nanoscience, Open Source Intel, Research, School of Engineering, Science, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on When Less Oxygen Means Better Performance

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: When Less Oxygen Means Better Performance Postdoctoral researcher Peiman Shahbeigi-Roodposhti (standing) and Sina Shahbazmohmadi, assistant professor in biomaterials engineering, discuss grain microstructures characterized by an advanced electron microscope.Researchers at the University of Connecticut have found that reducing oxygen in some nanocrystalline materials may improve their […]

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REGION: The world climate leaders’ summit you didn’t hear about

By   /  July 17, 2017  /  Analysis-Reportage, Australia, Climate Change, English, Environment, Featured story, Fiji, Front page, Human Rights, Marshall Islands, Media, Micronesia, MIL OSI, MIL Reports, Mining, New Zealand, Open Source Intel, Opinion, Pacific Media Centre, Pacific Media Watch, Pacific Region, Politics, Polynesia, Reportage, Research  /  Comments Off on REGION: The world climate leaders’ summit you didn’t hear about

MIL OSI Analysis – Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama giving a keynote speech at the Australian-funded CAPP climate talks in Suva … a behind-the-scenes gag on criticism of Australian fuels and influence in the Pacific. Image: The Fiji Times Monday, July 17, 2017 Item: 9947 ANALYSIS: By Rod CampbellAUCKLAND (Asia Pacific Report/The Australia Institute/Pacific Media […]

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FIJI: USP students, France24 team up in smart-phone climate story

By   /  July 17, 2017  /  Analysis-Reportage, English, Environment, Featured story, Fiji, Front page, Media, Melanesia, MIL OSI, MIL Reports, Open Source Intel, Pacific Media Centre, Pacific Region, PMC Multimedia, PMW Multimedia, Politics, Reportage, Research, Science, Sustainability, Technology  /  Comments Off on FIJI: USP students, France24 team up in smart-phone climate story

MIL OSI Analysis – The France24 Observers climate change report on Fiji featuring ePOP student journalists Koroi Tadulala and Telstar Edrie Jimmy. Video: France 24 Observers – in French Monday, July 17, 2017 Item: 9943 AUCKLAND (Asia Pacific Report/France 24 Observers/Pacific Media Watch): Broadcast student journalists from the University of the South Pacific have contributed […]

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No Chocolate Milk? No Problem, Kids Get Used to Plain Milk

By   /  July 15, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Economics, English, Health, Intelligence, MIL OSI, obesity, Open Source Intel, Research, Security, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on No Chocolate Milk? No Problem, Kids Get Used to Plain Milk

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: No Chocolate Milk? No Problem, Kids Get Used to Plain Milk A new study by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Connecticut has found that most students adjust to drinking plain milk after flavored milk is removed from school […]

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Social Media Addiction: Who’s Most at Risk?

By   /  July 13, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Economics, English, Humanities & Social Sciences, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, School of Business, Social Media, social sciences, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Social Media Addiction: Who’s Most at Risk?

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Social Media Addiction: Who’s Most at Risk? Are you at risk of becoming addicted to social media?It seems the answer lies not in how much you tweet or microblog, but rather, whether you post significantly more on weekends than weekdays.That’s what UConn operations and information […]

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GLOBAL: Autocracy strikes back – Media freedom under siege in Arabia

By   /  July 12, 2017  /  Analysis, Analysis-Reportage, English, Featured story, Front page, Media, Media Freedom, MIL OSI, MIL Reports, Open Source Intel, Opinion, Pacific Media Centre, Pacific Media Watch, Pacific Region, Politics, Reportage, Research, Security  /  Comments Off on GLOBAL: Autocracy strikes back – Media freedom under siege in Arabia

MIL OSI Analysis – Al-Jazeera headquarters in Doha, Qatar … “The winds of freedom blown by AJ meant also that repressive regimes no longer had the monopoly over information.” Image: Al Jazeera Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Item: 9937 ANALYSIS: By Dr Tarek CherkaouiAUCKLAND (Asia Pacific Report/Pacific Media Watch): Diplomatic quarrels in the Arabian Peninsula have […]

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Don’t Trust Me? Let’s Dance

By   /  July 11, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, anthropology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Economics, English, Humanities & Social Sciences, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, social sciences, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Don’t Trust Me? Let’s Dance

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Don’t Trust Me? Let’s Dance Synchronized movement such as dancing or marching act as a kind of social glue, bringing people together and enhancing trust and cooperation. But scientifically measuring synchrony and trust is hard to do.Now, researchers report a new way to measure and […]

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Studying Silversides

By   /  July 8, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Climate Change, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Economics, English, Environment, marine sciences, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Studying Silversides

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Studying Silversides Hannes Baumann, assistant professor of marine sciences, specializes in research on how fish populations are adapted to natural variability in their environment and how they react to ongoing anthropogenic changes in the oceans and coastal waters. These include changes in pH (ocean acidification) and […]

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The Stars Align, and Astronomers Sharpen Hubble’s Gaze

By   /  July 7, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, astronomy, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Energy, English, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on The Stars Align, and Astronomers Sharpen Hubble’s Gaze

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: The Stars Align, and Astronomers Sharpen Hubble’s Gaze When it comes to the distant universe, even the keen vision of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope can only go so far. Teasing out finer details requires clever thinking, and a little help from a cosmic alignment with […]

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Genetics a game changer in getting Kiwis fitter

By   /  July 6, 2017  /  24/7, Asia Pacific Region, Business, Christchurch, Dr Cam McDonald, Energy, English, ExerciseNZ, Fifth Estate - MIL OSI, genetic, Make Lemonade Media, MIL OSI, New Zealand, News, Open Source Intel, Pacific Region, Press Release Service, Research, Richard Beddie  /  Comments Off on Genetics a game changer in getting Kiwis fitter

MIL OSI New Zealand – Christchurch – The role of genetics, and how it relates to people’s nutrition, exercise and health is an absolute game changer when it comes to Kiwis improving their lives, a leading New Zealand exercise expert says. ExerciseNZ chief executive Richard Beddie says the science of genetics has been around for […]

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Mystic Aquarium Chooses UConn as Research Base

By   /  July 6, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, English, Environment, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Mystic Aquarium Chooses UConn as Research Base

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Mystic Aquarium Chooses UConn as Research Base Connecticut icons Mystic Aquarium and the University of Connecticut have enjoyed a longstanding relationship through education and research. The partnership was solidified further with the announcement of a National Science Foundation Grant for Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) […]

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REGION: Cook Islands plays role in research mapping media culture

By   /  July 6, 2017  /  Analysis-Reportage, Cook Islands, English, Environment, Featured story, Fiji, Front page, Media, Melanesia, MIL OSI, MIL Reports, Open Source Intel, Pacific Media Centre, Pacific Media Watch, Pacific Region, Politics, Polynesia, Reportage, Research, Samoa, Science, Solomon Islands, Technology, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu  /  Comments Off on REGION: Cook Islands plays role in research mapping media culture

MIL OSI Analysis – Pacific news media have not been spared dramatic changes, even if the changes may be slower. Image: UNSW Wednesday, July 5, 2017 Item: 9931 By Rashneel KumarAVARUA (Asia Pacific Report/Cook Islands News/Pacific Media Watch): The Cook Islands is part of a 12-nation research project to comprehensively map Pacific Islands journalism culture […]

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