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Research: What Makes Employees Feel Empowered to Speak Up?

Most managers understand that empowering employees to voice their opinions can help companies innovate and uncover their own shortcomings. However, this understanding does not seem to translate into action. Research shows that over 85% of employees remain silent on crucial matters because they worry about being viewed negatively. How can managers encourage employees to speak…

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Research: Women Leaders Took on Even More Invisible Work During the Pandemic

The new 2021 Women in the Workplace report by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Company found that the mission-critical work of supporting employees’ well-being and promoting DEI is being done disproportionally by women, who aren’t being rewarded or recognized for it. Companies are reaping great rewards from these efforts, but compared to men in similar roles, women…

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Digiday+ Research: Nearly 60% of publishers don’t offer special holiday discounts on their subscriptions

October 12, 2021 by Max Willens If you spend enough time in the bowels of Media Twitter, or sign up for enough publishers’ newsletters, it can sometimes seem like every day is a subscription holiday, and a great introductory offer is just around the corner.  But nearly a third of the publishers that sell subscriptions…

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Research Report Explores the Natural Carotenoids Market Size & Growth 2021 to 2026

The recently published a report on “Global Natural Carotenoids Market Growth 2021” by DecisionDatabases, covering segments analysis, regional and countries level analysis along with key players operating in the market. In addition to this, the report has focused on market size, share, trends, and foreseen to 2026. Further, the report encompasses impact analysis along with…

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Arcane Research predicts 700 million Lightning Network users by 2030 By Cointelegraph

The research unit of Arcane Crypto predicts the Lightning Network will go parabolic as adoption of the (BTC) layer-two payment protocol ramps up over the decade.Arcane Research published the “State of Lightning” report on Tuesday and analyzed the Lightning Network in terms of current capacity, wallet payment volume, the growing rate of adoption, and the…

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Microbiology research furthers understanding of ocean’s role in carbon cycling

Microbiology researchers at Oregon State University have shed new light on the mechanisms of carbon cycling in the ocean, using a novel approach to track which microbes are consuming different types of organic carbon produced by common phytoplankton species. The research is an important step toward forecasting how much carbon will leave the ocean for…

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Digiday+ Research: More than one third of publishers expect to run experiential activations for advertisers during the holiday season

October 5, 2021 by Max Willens The holiday season is still nearly two months away, but publishers are already expecting a bigger, better haul of ad revenue than they got last year, thanks in part to the return of two emerging revenue streams, according to new Digiday+ Research. In September, Digiday polled 62 publishers about…

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Research on wandering thoughts may offer clues about mental health

Where does your mind wander when you have idle time? A University of Arizona-led study published in Scientific Reports may offer some clues, and the findings reve

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Research: Informal Leadership Comes at a Cost

Encouraging up-and-coming talent to take on informal leadership of a team or project is a great way to support both employees and their entire teams, but new research suggests that these duties can also take a toll on informal leaders’ job satisfaction and energy levels. The authors conducted a series of studies with students and…

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Faster research through automation: New way to count micronuclei in cells

Micronuclei, which are small nucleus-like structures within cells, are commonly associated with tumors. Now, researchers from Tsukuba, Japan have developed an automated computer program that can accurately and reproducibly count these structures from microscope images, which will increase the speed and accuracy of micronuclei research. In a recently published study, researchers from the University of…