Study Archive

Study Finds Mobile Technology Gets Parents Reading to Young Children and Improves Home Literacy Environment

Worldreader releases results from the Read to Kids pilot in India, showing the potential of mobile phones to get entire communities reading to children   NEW DELHI, INDIA, JUNE 27, 2018 – Worldreader, the global nonprofit that believes everyone can be a reader, in partnership with Pearson, as part of the Project Literacy campaign, and

IRENA study shows world market for corporate sourcing of renewable electricity reached 465 terawatt hours in 2017

Corporate Sourcing of Renewables Growing, Taking Place in 75 Countries IRENA study shows world market for corporate sourcing of renewable electricity reached 465 terawatt hours in 2017 – enough to power a country the size of France Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 May 2018 – Companies in 75 countries actively sourced 465 terawatt hours (TWh) of renewable

Microsoft cloud is 93% more energy efficient;  and 98% more carbon efficient: Study

Consider this – if just 20 percent of the on-premises customers in the U.S. shifted to the Microsoft Cloud, it would be equivalent to avoiding the citywide emissions of a city like Seattle or Torino, Italy. That’s because today, a new study was released that found the Microsoft Cloud services are up to 93 percent

Multilateral development banks present study on technology’s impact on jobs

The Future of Work: Regional Perspectives discusses the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on labour markets across the globe Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, April 24, 2017 – Rapid technological progress provides a golden opportunity for emerging and developing economies to grow faster and attain higher levels of prosperity. However, some disruptive technologies could displace human

New Study Indicates Obesity Can Begin Damaging Liver even at the Age of 8

Columbia University conducted study on 635 children indicates 35% of obese children had shown signs of non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases (NAFLD) by the age of 8 years. Study revealed that those with larger waistline at the age of 3 had twice the chances of developing signs indicative of NAFLD in next 5 years. As per

Analytics jobs see salary upsurge: reveals study

There has been a consistent increase in analytics professionals commanding salary of over 15L Mumbai is the highest paymaster in analytics, followed by Bangalore and Delhi Telecom offers the highest average salaries in analytics followed by retail and energy sectors Women analytics professionals earn 32% lesser salaries compared to their male counterparts New Delhi, 3rd April,

Cell phone depreciation study reveals now is the best time to trade-in your old Samsung device

Samsung devices depreciate faster than Apple The Samsung S9 is set to depreciate by at least 50% in the first month after launch The iPhone 8 lost the most value in the first month after launch, in comparison to the 8 Plus and the X Data from tech buyback site Decluttr.com has revealed that now

Majority of 8-12-Year Olds Subject to Online Threats, According to New Study

More than half of 8-12-year olds worldwide are subject to online threats including cyberbullying, video game addiction, offline meetings and online sexual grooming The 2018 DQ Impact Report, published today in association with the World Economic Forum, finds problems more acute in emerging economies, where internet adoption has been more rapid and less subject to

Abbott and YRGCARE Announce Unique Collaboration to Study HIV and Viral Hepatitis Patterns in India

  PARTNERSHIP COMBINES Abbott’s global expertise of tracking AND characterizing viruses and YRGCARE’s knowledge of HIV and ExTENSIVE REsEARCH NETWORK   INDIA becomes the newest addition to Abbott’s global viral surveillance efforts MUMBAI, 9 January 2018 – Strengthening India’s efforts in combating HIV and hepatitis viruses, Abbott has announced its partnership with Y.R. Gaitonde Centre

Diagnosing, Treating Sleep Apnea in Hospital Improves Survival, Says Study Published by American Journal of Medicine

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Undiagnosed sleep apnea is highly prevalent among hospital patients, and treating it after they’re discharged can improve their chances of long-term survival, according to a ResMed-funded (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD) study published in the American Journal of Medicine. Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/74629529-resmed-sleep-apnea-study/ The study