Author Archives: Claire Moore

Heartbleed virus highlights need for strong password list

The latest computer news concerns a new computer virus that is putting user information at risk. Known as “Heartbleed,” the virus may affect as many as half a million computer sites. Experts recommend that users create a strong password list …

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You’re graduating college: Time to find your first job

Entry level jobs for college graduates may be at a premium. We’re seeing a slow economic recovery from the 2009 recession, but there is still a lot of competition for the best jobs. Without years of experience, this year’s flock …

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Gender identity, family relationships: Social psychology topics for your research paper

If you’re taking a course in sociology then you may be looking for good social psychology topics for your research papers. Think about issues that are in the news today, such as gender identity. What about an issue that is …

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Fukushima radiation leak raises nuclear power concerns

It’s been three years since the Fukushima radiation leak but the effects are still keenly felt. On Saturday, March 15, 2014, protestors rallied in London to voice their opposition to the use of nuclear power plants. By massing in the …

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Research paper topics and ideas for your business paper

Business majors have their choice from any number of possible research paper topics. Consider the many industries such as healthcare, manufacturing or financial services. Maybe you’re interested in starting your own business someday. If entrepreneurship is in your future, then …

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Research topic on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: A reboot by Neil deGrasse Tyson and Seth MacFarlane

On Sunday March 9, 2014, Fox, National Geographic and 9 other networks premiered the 13-part documentary series, “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” with host, Neil deGrasse Tyson. Produced by Seth MacFarlane and Ann Druyan, the series is an updated version of …

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Infant CPR saves baby’s life: How a college student can handle a medical emergency

On Thursday, February 21, 2014 a Miami woman performed infant CPR on her 5-month-old nephew, saving his life. The medical emergency came about because the infant, Sebastian de la Cruz, was born premature and suffered from respiratory issues. Later, the …

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Nutrition, kid’s health & other medical and health topics for research papers

The future looks bright for students who are majoring in the medical or health fields. When looking at topics for research papers for your courses you can explore everything from kid’s health to nutrition, cancer treatment and many more. Keep …

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How to develop research paper topics for public relations and marketing concepts

If your major is marketing concepts or public relations then you’ll have plenty of possible research paper topics to choose from. Especially now that so much marketing happens online. Add to that the long history of advertising and the sky’s …

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Researching the 2014 Winter Olympics: A stunning opening ceremony and an American gold medal

Despite many safety concerns, the opening ceremonies at the 2014 Winter Olympics games in Sochi, Russia, went off flawlessly. This is Russia’s first time hosting the winter games. Descriptions of killing stray dogs and shoddy facilities are matched with the …

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