Open Call for Additional Research Projects for Funding Considerations
PARIS – January 27, 2021 – Asmodee, a leading global publisher and distributor of board games, and Game in Lab, today announced the findings of its first clinical study observing the effects of play and its potential applications. The study, titled Cognitive – Adaptation – Behavior, found that games can have significant beneficial effects for those suffering from Alzheimer’s.
ALAMEDA, Calif. –January 15, 2015 – LifeMap Sciences, Inc., a subsidiary of BioTime, Inc., announced today the commercial release of VarElect, a powerful, yet easy-to-use application for prioritizing gene variants resulting from next generation sequencing (“NGS”) experiments. VarElect rapidly prioritizes gene variants according to their potential association to a disease or phenotype of interest, and can aid in identifying the roles of genes and their variants in biological processes, health, and disease.
More Organizers Than Ever are Using Apps for their Events, and the Majority of Non-app Users Plan to Adopt One for Future Events
Text Posts Alone Are Seven Times More Likely to Show Negative Sentiment than Pictures
SAN FRANCISCO – June 5, 2014 –Chute, a visual-marketing company, which helps brands discover and publish consumer photos and videos, has released results from a study showing how consumer sentiment differs by social media format. The study, which examined almost 6,000 posts and tweets about 30 leading consumer brands, found consumers are overwhelmingly more positive about brands when posting images instead of text on Twitter and Instagram. The results provide powerful insights for marketers trying to optimize their brands’ social media presence. Continue reading Smile for the Camera: New Data Shows People Are Four Times Nicer When They Post Pictures on Social Media
Invitation-only event to be held January 29 at the USC School of Cinematic Arts
LOS ANGELES – Jan. 22, 2013 –The University of Southern California (USC) invites you to GLIMPSE, a digital technology showcase featuring cutting-edge research from across the university, much of it never presented to a general audience. This exclusive media event will feature presentations and live demonstrations of new technology that is shaping the future, enhancing the present, and preserving the past.
Members of the media who would like to attend GLIMPSE are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org; RSVPs are appreciated by close of business on Thursday, January 24.