The race is on to see if humans will mount a successful mission to Mars by 2030. U.S. astronauts are preparing, as are private companies and space programs in other countries. Would seeing humans on Mars reinvigorate space exploration? Can people survive the physical and psychological rigors of the trip? Could the travelers to Mars […]
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Masterpiece on PBS unveiled a new series about Queen Victoria in January, adding to the focus on the British monarchy that Netflix’s The Crown, about the life of Queen Elizabeth II, had sparked. These queens of Great Britain offer many research paper topics, from their places in history to the current revisionist reading of their […]
Many a film adaptation comes from a book or play, but the recent movie Fences by August Wilson, is the first of the playwright’s work to come to the big screen. Movie stars Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, reprise their Tony-winning roles. A research paper could look at the entirety of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh cycle […]
Antibiotic resistance presents a growing threat that will continue to be highlighted in the news as it affects more and more people. The misuse of antibiotics for a range of health problems has resulted in the creation of superbugs, which currently have no treatment. Research papers could examine how we got to this point and […]
Another inauguration day occurs on January 20, 2017. During this presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., the 45th president of the United States of America will be sworn into office. The history of the pomp and tradition of this occasion, as well as the political protests surrounding the event, offer many research paper topics to consider.
The recent sentencing of Dylann Roof for 33 counts of federal hate crimes is likely to prompt a renewed discussion about capital punishment. The federal prosecutors will be seeking the death penalty when Roof is sentenced, as will the state of South Carolina, where Roof faces additional murder charges for the Charleston shooting that took […]
It has now been four years since the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Since that time, the Second Amendment and the issue of gun control has been a constant topic in the news. A multitude of research paper topics can deal with this controversial issue, from legal precedents that support […]
December 7, 2016, was the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which precipitated the United States entering World War II. The sneak attack is a topic that offers many research paper topics, from how the U.S. missed the signs of the attack to how the U.S.’s entry into the war changed the course […]
Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States and founding father of our country, expressed his support of the press when he said, “Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.” President-elect Donald Trump has made statements that have caused concern for many in the media. […]
The human brain is in many ways still a mystery to scientists. Recent studies have revealed interesting new insights into brain development, including what, if any, gender differences exist between the male and female brain. Research paper topics on this subject offer a wide range of ideas.