Topic: Research Triangle Park
A virtual reality game study of teens by the New York Department of Health found that in virtual convenience stores, 16 to 24 percent of teens tried to buy tobacco when the cigarette display was open, compared with 9 to 11 percent when it was closed.
Recent studies suggest a divergence is occurring in average human capital levels across US cities, a path dependence story that college graduates want to live and work near others like them while also creating so-called "green" high amenity cities.
The first goal is to create jobs, but new technologies – and the employment that comes with them – can take time to develop.
04/24/2009 01:00 am
Unique ‘fingerprints’ of coal beds will help scientists track airborne toxin – and agree on controls.
10/29/2008 01:00 am
Painting homes a lighter shade does more than save money on A.C.
10/03/2008 01:00 am