Category Archives: Technology

Does Google push the most popular content rather than act as a neutral tool?

Search engines and the production of academic knowledge From International Journal of Cultural Studies Surveys prove that students performing topic searches for scholarly papers overwhelmingly choose search engines, rather than library-based research discovery networks, as their preferred starting-point. Are they getting … Continue reading

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Branding in a new light: conveying identities through altered lighting

Light and corporate identity: Using lighting for corporate communication From Lighting Research and Technology This study explores how lighting design can alter the perceived brand identity of a room. Today’s shop lighting doesn’t just need to show off the goods … Continue reading

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Bombers wearing suicide vests can be detected from a safe distance

Sensing and identifying the improvised explosive device suicide bombers: people carrying wires on their body From The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology Terrorist threats from small devices continue to be a very real global concern. A … Continue reading

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