Study shows post-9/11 security zones blight landscape

DENVER (Dec. 14, 2010) — A decade after the 9/11 attacks, significant parts of America’s most prominent downtowns remain largely sealed off as `security zones,’ but a newly published study by University of Colorado Denver professor Jeremy Németh …

Research examines gender gaps in immigrant health

DURHAM, N.C. — A key focus of the health care debate has involved immigrants and their impact on the U.S. health care system.
A new study shows that Mexican Americans most integrated into the culture — including those born in the United States …

Study shows video games highly effective training tools

DENVER (October 19, 2010) – Long derided as mere entertainment, new research now shows that organizations using video games to train employees end up with smarter, more motivated workers who learn more and forget less.
A University of Colorado Den…

Researcher finds top reasons for Facebook unfriending

DENVER (October 5, 2010) – With over 500 million users worldwide, Facebook has become a global phenomenon, a vast cyber neighborhood where friends meet to share photos, news and gossip.
But when those relationships sour, another phenomenon often o…

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