• Financing your Energy Efficiency Upgrades Whether you are running a business or are simply concerned about mounting energy bills of your home, investing in energy efficiency is a good step.

  • What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do? Statistics concerning vehicular accidents in the United States can be disheartening, as some suggest that being in a vehicular accident and getting injured as a result of an accident are inevitable. In the United States, there are approximately fifty million car crashes annually, with more than half of these accidents being caused by aggressive drivers. Each year, nearly two million drivers involved in car accidents sustain permanent injuries.

  • eSports: Do Gaming Houses Make Better Athletes? Gaming houses or team houses started popping up in South Korea around the launch for Starcraft 2, and have exploded in popularity since. While us regular gamers are grinding away trying to earn our WoW Classic gold or Borderlands 3 money, eSports athletes are earning cold hard cash for their efforts. But how do these players continue to operate at the level they do? Part of the answer is gaming houses.

  • Using New Research to Improve Student Motivation “A Collaborative effort by the teachers is crucial to provide freedom of Choice to the brilliant students to Control the Challenges in their life “

  • Volunteer Abroad Programs in Western Europe for Students Have you thought of volunteering in Europe? Choosing Western Europe for this might not have been your initial thought, but you'd be surprised to learn how many students select this region for volunteering. Despite its rich lifestyle and the popular tourist destination in the area, Western Europe also has very appealing and attractive volunteering opportunities to offer to students like you.

  • Uber Accident? 5 Crucial Steps to Take Ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are becoming more popular by the day. Of course, when any method of transportation gets more popular, the number of related car accidents tends to increase.

  • NASA Explores Our Changing Freshwater World Catastrophic flooding in the U.S. Midwest this spring has caused billions of dollars in damage and wreaked havoc with crops after rain tipped off a mass melting of snow. Seven years of California drought so debilitating that it led to water rationing came to a close after a wet and snowy winter capped off several years of slow rebound and replenished the vital mountain snowpack.

  • Car Power Inverter: What You Need To Know There is virtually no use for your car if you cannot perform basic tasks like charging phones or plugging any consumer electronics to it. Even though most cars are designed to act as DC output, there are many ways by which consumer electronics that are mostly designed as AC output can work with the car, according to a producer of car power inverter that doesn't wish to be mentioned.

  • Integrated Approaches to Natural Resource Management Key to Canada's Continued Prosperity A new expert panel report from the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) finds that conventional methods of natural resource management haven't kept pace with the scale and complexity of 21st-century problems.

  • Megalith tombs were family graves in European Stone Age In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, an international research team, led from Uppsala University, discovered kin relationships among Stone Age individuals buried in megalithic tombs on Ireland and in Sweden. The kin relations can be traced for more than ten generations and suggests that megaliths were graves for kindred groups in Stone Age northwestern Europe.

  • Lower approval rates evidence of discrimination for same-sex borrowers AMES, Iowa - Applying for a mortgage is one of the first steps couples take when buying a home, but a new study suggests lenders are less likely to approve same-sex couples.

  • Negative equity house price risk could be ended, new research confirms The risk of house prices crashing and leaving millions of homeowners in negative equity could be removed if the financial sector adopts new models of investment for housing that are widely used in other areas of finance, according to major new research.

  • Air quality to remain a problem in India despite pollution control policies According to an independent study released today by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW), more than 674 million Indian citizens are likely to breathe air with high concentrations of PM2.5 in 2030, even if India were to comply with its existing pollution control policies and regulations.

  • When more women make decisions, the environment wins Gender quotas lead to greater forest conservation, study shows

  • Binge-watching political dramas with female characters could get you hooked on politics Don't feel so bad for binge-watching a political drama - it might lead to more civic participation, as long as the show features a female lead character.

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