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Trending research paper topics for astronomy class

March 2016 has been a good month for astronomy topics in the news. There have been monster stars seen through the Hubble Space Telescope, data released from pictures taken through the Karl J. Lansky Very Large Array (VLA) revealing the earliest stages in planet formation, and two comets passing remarkably close to earth being studied by the scientists at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA.

The VLA array makes for a good astronomy topic. (Credit: Karl G. Jansky)

The VLA array makes for a good astronomy topic. (Credit: Karl G. Jansky)

If you are looking for research paper topics for your astronomy class, take a look at these three recent news subjects. Read more

Advertising and public relations term paper topics

Some good research paper topics are to discuss current advertising and public relations techniques in the digital age.

Find out more about advertising and public relations. (Credit: CN.edu)

Find out more about advertising and public relations. (Credit: CN.edu)

High profile companies and organizations like Apple News, NASA and Victoria’s Secret have devised creative ways to distribute ads and news, which you can write about for your research paper. Read more

Discuss climate change and the warmest year on record for your research paper

Two separate reports, one published by NASA and one by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, found that 2014 was the warmest year on record. While this latest breaking news about climate change may not surprise many, will it change our behavior?

Chart representing possible climate change globally. (Credit: Climate Central)

Chart representing possible climate change globally. (Credit: Climate Central)

With faster rates of sea level rise, accelerated loss of Arctic ice, increased flooding along coastlines and severe heat waves, the effects of climate change are already upon us, but as temperatures keep climbing, things can and will get worse. Read more

Science and technology latest: Ships, smartphones, and lunar eclipses

A new class of technology includes the Zumwalt class destroyer DDG 1000. (Credit: U.S. Navy)

A new class of technology includes the Zumwalt class destroyer DDG 1000. (Credit: U.S. Navy)

This week in trending news, science and technology have been making headlines on topics from the lunar eclipse and this year’s blood moon frequency, plans by NASA and Lockheed to launch a robotic spacecraft in 2016, the Navy’s christening of the USS Zumwalt, rumors of an Amazon smartphone and sneak peeks at the iPhone 6 and iOS 8. Not to mention that Google Glass is going to be shipping to a wider customer base. If you’re looking for a good research paper topic in science and technology, check out some of these recent advances hitting the news. Read more

NASA missions and dangers in space—research topic on the accuracy of Gravity the movie

A box office hit and winner of seven Academy Awards shows how heavily interested the public is with space. (Credit: Thomas Harbaugh)

A box office hit and winner of seven Academy Awards shows how heavily interested the public is with space. (Credit: Thomas Harbaugh)

Now that the Academy Awards have come and gone, with Gravity the movie garnering seven total statues, attention is once again focused on how accurately the film represents the dangers in space for NASA missions. The fact that the movie has made more than $270 million so far indicates that the public is very interested in space, but are they receiving inaccurate information? Astronauts and space experts have weighed in with research and explanations for what the movie gets right and where it veers into fantasy. Read more