Citations with the tag: RESEARCH teams
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- Writing Our Way into a Discourse Community.
Belanger, Kelly; Brockman, Elizabeth Black // Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication; Mar1994, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p55
Discusses the experience of the authors in collaborative writing. Reason for researching together; Friendship as the factor for continued working together; Impact of the changes that came with long-distance relationship; Benefit of collaboration; Comparison of the collaborative research...
- Self-directed R&D teams: What makes them effective?
Taylor, Glenn L.; Snyder, Louis J. // Research Technology Management; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p19
Presents the results of a survey conducted by the Industrial Research Institute on experiences of member companies with the use of teams in research and development. When is a team self-directed; Popularity of teams; Activities engaged on by teams; Effectiveness of teams.
- Enhancing research training for counseling students: Interuniversity collaborative research teams.
O'Brien, Karen M. // Counselor Education & Supervision; Mar1995, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p187
Presents the development of an interuniversity research team that addressed factors related to research productivity. Evaluation of innovative methods of enhancing research training; Faculty involvement in research and mentoring; Recommendations for research and education.
- SMC research group debuts.
Pryweller, Joseph // Plastics News; 1/25/1999, Vol. 10 Issue 50, p35
Focuses on Automotive Composites Alliance's launch of the research group SMC Research Consortium aimed at driving the growth of automotive parts made from sheet molding compound. Three major components of the group; Need to gain commitment from automakers.
- Accused researchers exonerated but not forgotten.
Pryweller, Joseph // Public Health Reports; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p479
Offers a look at the situation of exonerated researchers accused of scientific misconduct. Statements of Lawrence Rhoades, director of the Division of Policy and Education in the Office of Research Integrity of the Public Health Service; Overall impact of the allegation on respondents' careers.
Pryweller, Joseph // UNESCO Courier; Mar97, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p37
Discusses the Metropolis, an international research project. Two objectives of the project; Involvement of other organizations in the project; Features of the project.
- India, Finland tie up for research.
Pryweller, Joseph // BioSpectrum; Feb2013, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p26
The article reports on the synthetic biology research teams of India and Finland aimed at exploring topics related to synthetic biology including modelling and simulation of biological systems, tools and production systems and socio-cultural issues.
- The Academic-Practitioner Interface Revisited: A Demonstrative Extension to Transportation and....
Hanna, Joe B. // American Business Review; Jan2001, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p109
Examines the interface between business practitioner and academician in conducting research in transportation and logistics in the United States. Need for enhancing practices in the transportation and logistics industry; Assessment of partnership behavior between academicians and practitioners;...
- Making a Collaboration Work.
Blyler, Nancy Roundy; Thralls, Charlotte // Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication; Mar1994, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p50
Describes how collaboration worked for authors Nancy Blyler and Charlotte Thralls. Groundwork for relationship as collaborators; Projects as milestones in collaboration and intellectual growth; Negotiation of differences; Development of an unwritten collaborative ethic.
- Our Experience as Collaborative Ethnographers.
Bosley, Deborah S.; Moran, Meg // Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication; Mar1994, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p53
Discusses the experience of the authors as collaborative ethnographers. Corporate experience as the most rewarding collaborative experience; Affinity for conversation as the factor that help the authors collaborate; Shaping understanding of the corporate writing culture; Professional outcomes...
Riva, Giuseppe // CyberPsychology & Behavior; Apr2000, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p301
Describes the characteristics of virtual reality research in Europe. Leading research groups and projects; Development of a computational service for teleworking and virtual presence; Development of the use of telepresence for maintenance, installation and repair of mechanical equipment.
- Dream jerks.
Wilke, Anne W. // E: The Environmental Magazine; May/Jun97, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p17
States that the Ballona ecosystem is being threatened by some big Hollywood players who joined forces to create the DreamWorks, a mega-studio. How DreamWorks threatens Ballona; Comments of Wendy Wendlandt, national director of the California Public Interest Research Group on protecting the...
- Do Researchers Learn to Practice Misbehavior?
Anonymous // Hastings Center Report; Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Do Researchers Learn to Overlook Misbehavior?," by Elizabeth Heitman in the September-October 2005 issue.
- How leaders influence the impact of affective events on team climate and performance in R&D teams.
Pirola-Merlo, Andrew; H�rtel, Charmine; Mann, Leon; Hirst, Giles // Leadership Quarterly; Oct2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p561
Examines how leaders influence the impact of affective events on team climate and performance in research and development (R&D) teams. Emphasis on the emotional dimensions of teamwork; Role of emotions and the value of Affective Events Theory in studies of leadership; Identification of the...
- Local Academia Enlists in Homeland Defense Effort.
Graves, Brad // San Diego Business Journal; 9/9/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 36, p1
Reports the research on homeland security conducted by the University of California San Diego. Development of a video system monitoring the coastline; Surveillance of the Colorado Bridge; Installation of technology on the national infrastructure.
- For fewer eye complaints, lower monitors.
Smith, S.L. // Occupational Hazards; Feb98, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p25
Provides information on the benefits of lowering the height of computer monitors, found by a group of Japanese researchers, reference its help to produce more tear volume and fewer strain of the eyes. Information on the presentation of a study at the 13th Triennial Congress of the International...
- Editor's Comments.
McCutcheon, Lynn E. // North American Journal of Psychology; 2009, Vol. 11 Issue 1, preceding p1
The article offers recognition to the invaluable insights and critique of the reviewers for this issue such as Herbert Helm, Alan Goodboy, and Holly Schiffrin.
- Medical poster service.
McCutcheon, Lynn E. // MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer; Aug2002, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p33
Provides information on a digitally-based scientific poster developed by the Science Forum for medical reference and presentations. Features of the poster; Uses for researchers.
McCutcheon, Lynn E. // Inside Tucson Business; 10/4/2010, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p8
The article reports that research team at the University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) demonstrate that plants from Earth can grow hydroponically on the moon or mars in tucson, Arizona.
- A History of IABC Communicators.
Gordon, Gloria // Communication World; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p30
Provides lists on the commemorative events and works of the research foundation International Council of Industrial Editors in the U.S. Increase in the salary of the organization during 1972; Gender shifting having more females employed than males during 1977; Decline in the number of...
Lester, Trish // Communication World; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p36
Highlights the international conference of the research foundation IABC in Chicago, Illinois. Calendar of activities for the event; Major speakers of the event; Total number of participants on the event from different countries. INSET: SESSION HIGHLIGHTS.
- FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE: CONSUMER RESEARCHERS SPEAK ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE IN A COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH PROJECT.
Reeve, Paul; Cornell, Sylvia; D'Costa, Barry; Janzen, Rich; Ochocka, Joanna // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Spring2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p403
Examines the experiences of consumer researchers in a community mental health research project. Recruitment of people with experienced in the mental health system in the health research project; Overview of the research project; Insights of the involvement consumer researchers in the research...
- Small is beautiful.
Reeve, Paul; Cornell, Sylvia; D'Costa, Barry; Janzen, Rich; Ochocka, Joanna // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing); Dec95, Vol. 67 Issue 12, p6
Reports that small British research teams with an original short-term project idea may be eligible for funding from the 1996 Gilchrist Expedition Award.
- When the Star System Hits.
Coates, Joseph F. // Research Technology Management; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p6
Discusses predictions on the demand for research and development experts. Challenges in acquiring the best researchers; Qualifications of researchers required by companies; Information on the compensation and benefit demands of researchers.
- SLO researchers to launch study of Fresno's flying train.
Radke, Chuck // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 12/11/2000, Issue 322706, p1
Reports the move of research teams to launch a study on the monorail system in California. Reasons behind the move; Collaboration between the San Louis Obispo research team and the Fresno Area Sky Train Committee; Cost of the project.
- Calif. initiative studied by N.H. group.
Radke, Chuck // New Hampshire Business Review; 09/01/97, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p21
Reports on a trip by a New Hampshire-based group of consumer, industry and government representatives to California to study the state's education efforts for electric industry restructuring. Unitil executive Bob Potter on the effort; Contact information.
- Calpirg warns against airborne pesticides.
Radke, Chuck // Chemical Market Reporter; 09/07/98, Vol. 254 Issue 10, p23
Reports on the California Public Interest Research Group's (Calpirg) warning that about four million Californians live within half a mile of an area in which pesticides are heavily used. Listing of some pesticides as state `candidate' toxic air contaminants and federal hazardous air pollution;...
- Scientific research gets revamp.
Radke, Chuck // Electronics Weekly; 5/8/2002, Issue 2051, p5
Reports on the launch of Research Councils UK, a strategic partnership of Great Britain's grant-award research councils. Objective of the group; Its functions.
- Genetic Tinkering Makes Bioterror Worse.
Rist, Curtis // Discover; Jan2002, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p76
Reports on the discovery of a mousepox virus by a research team at the Cooperative Research Center for the Biological Control of Pest Animals in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Aims of creating the mousepox virus; Increase in the pathogenicity of the virus; Mechanism of the virus.
- Broadening the Mission: Research Activity Among University Labor Education/Labor Studies Professionals.
Clark, Paul F.; Gray, Lois S. // Labor Studies Journal; Summer90, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p3
Examines research activity of university and college labor education/labor studies professionals. Information on a study conducted on this issue; Indepth look at findings of study which included the role research plays in meeting the needs of various individuals.
- What's Wrong with Today's Research?
Forrester, Jay W. // Management Review; Apr66, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p51
Discusses the characteristics of research groups that suggest why research is inefficient. Process of financial control; Absence of any research on research; Isolation of research from other activities of the corporation; Lack of responsibility on the part of the research worker; Increase in...
- Businesses should be looking at O2 location-based services.
Thomas, Daniel // Computer Weekly; 5/2/2002, p10
Focuses on the opportunities created by location-based services from CellNet spin-off O2 according to business analysts. Availability of location-based services Research group GartnerG2; Assessment on the growth of the mobile commerce market; Innovations for business employees and customers.
- Small-scale research.
Hefferlin, Ray; Walsh, D. // Physics Today; Jul85, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p11
Presents letters to the editor about a small scale research group and how there aren't many qualified people in the group in response to Daniel Kleppner's article "Research in small groups" in the March issue on page 78.
- Growth of the 'Hyper-Shopper.'
Hefferlin, Ray; Walsh, D. // Chain Store Age; Feb2003, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p51
Presents information on the findings of the 2002 version of the American Interactive Consumer Survey by the Dieringer Research Group regarding hyper-shoppers in the U.S. Percentage of hyper-shoppers who shop online; Average household income of hyper-shoppers; Traits of hyper-shoppers.
- Group study now is Greek to me.
Potts, Tricia // East Bernard Express (TX); 5/13/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 19, p5
The article presents the author's views concerning the importance of group study sessions for student's examinations.
- Directory of State Study Groups.
Potts, Tricia // Education Week; 7/27/1983, Vol. 2 Issue 39, Special section p31
A directory of state study groups in the U.S. is presented.
- ECUT Achieved Progress in Making 2,3-Butanediol Biologically.
Potts, Tricia // China Chemical Reporter; 3/21/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p21
The article reports that the research team of the East China University of Technology (ECUT) has achieved expected progress in making 2,3-butanediol (BD) by biological method in China.
- Inside story.
Watson, Andrew // New Scientist; 04/04/98, Vol. 158 Issue 2128, p38
Presents information on lasers as noted by Soviet researchers in the 1970s. Comments from Frederic Stoeckel, from the Laboratory of physical Spectrometry at Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble, France; Problems associated with the comprehension of the chemistry of frozen gases on far way...
- Researches Develop Listeria-Inhibiting Film.
Watson, Andrew // Food Engineering & Ingredients; Sep2002, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p37
Reports on the development of an edible film by the research team of the University of Arkansas in Arkansas. Capability to retard the growth of Listeria bacteria in pre-cooked foods; Harmful effects of listeria bacterium; Protein content of the edible film.
Watson, Andrew // AirGuide Business; 2/8/2010, p3
The article reports on the establishment of product development teams by Boeing Co. for the research and development of the twinjets installed at the 737 and 777 jet transports in the U.S.
- The last place on Earth loses its JIT delivery.
Saccomano, Ann // Traffic World; 3/11/96, Vol. 245 Issue 11, p37
Reports that scientists and support crews of the two Antarctic scientific research stations will not get their annual airdrop for 1996. Cost of a single air drop to the two stations; Comment by Lynn Simarski of the National Science Foundation; Reason for the cancellation.
- Searching for the perfect ISM: An unproductive activity for educational researchers.
Mayer, Richard E. // Issues in Education; 1997, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p225
Focuses on the use of the word constructivism by educational researchers, while relating to the article `How, Why, What, When and Where: Perspectives on Constructivism in Psychology and Education,' by D.C. Phillips. Issues educational researchers should spend time on; What Phillips essay is...
- Smarter Than Dirt.
Kean, Sam // American Scholar; Spring2009, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p15
This article provides information on a study conducted by a Japanese-Hungarian research team which assessed the ability of slime molds to choose efficient routes that they can use to prevent their exposure to potential dangers.
- Simple metamaterial allows arbitrarily sharp waveguide bends.
Kean, Sam // Laser Focus World; Apr2010, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p9
The article reports that the new approach metamaterial developed by the researchers at the Harbin Institute of Technology uses the homogenous and isotropic metamaterials is considered more feasible in Harbin, China.
- Keefe Bruyette & Woods Bolsters Research Department.
Kean, Sam // U.S. Banker; May2002, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p28
Focuses on the continued search of individual for the Keefe, Bruyett & Wood research team. Capitalization of banks; Discussion on asset management, life insurance and investment banking.
- THE DEER MUGGERS.
Kean, Sam // Outdoor Life; Jun/Jul2002, Vol. 209 Issue 4, p54
Provides information on the Deer Muggers, a team involved in deer management and deer research in Pennsylvania.
- Change of heart on pig transplants.
Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist; 01/24/98, Vol. 157 Issue 2118, p5
States that American researchers in the area of cross-species organ transplantation have requested a moratorium on human trials. Comments from by researcher Fritz Bach of the Harvard Medical School, and others on human xenotransplantation; Concerns of the researchers.
- A brilliant way to protect outdoor art.
Hecht, Jeff // New Scientist; 01/24/98, Vol. 157 Issue 2118, p6
Presents information on a technique for spraying metal sculptures developed by researchers in New Mexico. Reason for the development; Comments from Kendall Hollis and Rich Castro, metal lurgists of the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico; Advantages of the technique.
- Light relief.
Knight, Jonathan // New Scientist; 01/24/98, Vol. 157 Issue 2118, p11
States that according to researchers in New York, light reflected on the back of the knees can reset the body's internal clock. Details on a study conducted by Scott Campbell and Patricia Murphy of Cornell University Medical College in White Plains, New York; Effect of light on sufferers of jet...
- Riders of the storm.
Grafton, Michael // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing); Sep97, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p5
Features the Fronts and Atlantic Storm Track Experiment (FASTEX), a research project which helps meteorologists predict storms above the Atlantic Ocean. Equipments used in the project; Aim of the project; Importance of the FASTEX data.