Body Image Compensation

I here describe a solution to a problem in the area of optics. Worldwide, there is concern over the effects of the use of smartphones, tablets, computers, and webcams on body image. The use of cameras in these devices reinforces a [thin... continue reading

Multisensory Tone, Rhythm, Melody, and Harmony

My hypothesis is that autistic people who have odd responses to sound and Deaf people can reap the benefits associated with the concept “music” through senses in addition to sound. One reason is that for millennia the species of mankind has... continue reading

Cultural impacts of the biodiversity crisis and our disconnection from nature

Dramatic declines in global biodiversity -- i.e., the Biodiversity Crisis -- continue to motivate research on the causes and consequences of environmental degradation. High profile papers on declines in insect diversity and abundance, for example,... continue reading

The relationship between aesthetic and space features of day clinics and cancer patients’ well-being

Prof. Yori Gidron, Dr. Fatma Güneri

The diagnosis and treatment of cancer can be very stressful and life threatening for many patients. Ways to ameliorate patients’ well-being when receiving treatment need to be developed. Studies have shown... continue reading

A VISUAL EXPERIMENT ON POLICY DATA DURING COVID-19

A text mining study has been realised on a sample policy « Income support to quarantined workers who cannot work from home » published by OECD on 24 july 2020, in the dataset « Policy responses to the Covid-19 crisis ». Policy texts have been... continue reading

“WORKPLACE” as a subject in British Journals in 2020

The data for this study is limited to British journals and the research focus is on the main points regarding the subject of “workplace” during 2020. This study is based on two main research questions:

  1. Did Covid-19 become a regular topic... continue reading

A collaborative effort to create a user-friendly installer for different mobile operating systems

Various alternative mobile operating systems are available, but installing them on third-party hardware is often too difficult for users unfamiliar with command-line tools [1]. Since most... continue reading

Rising atmospheric CO2 levels and wine quality, and the possibility of artificially-lowered CO2 for viticulture

Elevated CO2 levels increase the growth rate of plants and also modify their morphology. In particular, carbonaceous components of plant matter become more prominent. Studies have shown that elevated CO2 levels result in higher concentrations of... continue reading

Human Enhanced AI Translation Should Pioneer in Aiding Underdeveloped Areas to Fight Pandemics

COVID outbreaks have highlighted the importance of collaboration across geographical and political borders. Yet the English terminology associated with it can be confusing when multiple English-as-Second-or-Other-Language (ESOL) jurisdictions are... continue reading

Creatine as Long Covid preventative and treatment

Creatine is most commonly used as a sporting supplement to assist with muscle growth and anaerobic endurance, but research has shown other therapeutic benefits likely to have direct and indirect benefits as a treatment for Long Covid and possibly... continue reading

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