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Found 32 articles for July 2018.
 
Upper and lower plate controls on the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake
4-July-2018

Researchers at Tohoku University’s Department of Geophysics, have been studying the great Tohoku-oki earthquake which occurred on March 11, 2011, to the east of Japan’s Honshu Island.

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Contact: Naoko Odajima Institution: Tohoku University Category: Science
 
New Mystery Discovered Regarding Active Asteroid Phaethon
5-July-2018

Based on a new study of how near-Earth asteroid Phaethon reflects light at different angles, astronomers think that its surface may reflect less light than previously thought. This is an exciting mystery for the recently approved DESTINY+ mission to investigate when it flies past Phaethon.

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Contact: Tyler Tannert Institution: Hokkaido University Category: Science
 
Beyond the Journal: The science of communicating with the public -- Preparing for interviews
10-July-2018

Talking to the media about your research can be nerve wracking, but it doesn't have to be with a little practice.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: People
 
Building green cities
5-July-2018

Singapore has had a long history as a green city – but a tri-sector partnership could help developing Asian countries kickstart a journey into climate change resilience. [This is a feature story published in the Tri-Sector Publication 2018 by Singapore Management University (SMU)]

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Contact: Office of Research Institution: Singapore Management University Category: Business
 
INSEAD and Wharton Professors’ Research Finds that Testosterone Increases Men’s Preference for Status Goods
5-July-2018

Results are the first to demonstrate a causal link between testosterone and rank-related consumer preference for status-enhancing goods.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: Medicine
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