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All In The News tagged "Daily Mail"

A Whole New World! Astrophysicists Create the 'Most Accurate Flat Map Ever' That Is Two-Sided and Round, Letting Users Simply Flip It Over To See the Entire Globe

David Goldberg, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was mentioned in a Feb. 16 Daily Mail (United Kingdom) article about a new world map co-designed by Goldberg. The map is a two-sided flat disk that minimizes map distortions, making it more similar to a globe than other flat maps.

Spray-on 'Invisibly Thin' Antennae Could Usher in a New Era of Ultra-slim Gadgets

Research from the College of Engineering on spray-applied MXene antennas, led by Yury Gogotsi, PhD; Kapil Dandekar, PhD; and Babak Anasori, PhD, was featured in Sept. 21 stories in the New Atlas, Daily Mail, IEEE Spectrum, Market Business News, The Engineer, Cosmos magazine, International Business Times, New Electronics, V3, Philly Voice, and a piece authored by Gogotsi, Anasori and doctoral researcher Asia Sarycheva for The Conversation was picked up by the Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Houston Chronicle.

The Brain on Physics: Study Finds Learning the Subject Activates Regions Not Typically Associated With the Sciences

Eric Brewe, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a May 25 Daily Mail (UK) story about his research that shows how parts of the brain become more active after people learn physics. 

Cosby Back on Trial for Sexual Assault in #MeToo World

Daniel M. Filler, JD, dean of the Kline School of Law, was interviewed by AFP about the Bill Cosby trial, the defense and challenges for jurors. The article was picked up by numerous outlets including the Daily Mail on April 6.

Desperate to Get Trim for Christmas? Why You Will End Up Fatter if You Lose Weight Too Fast

A 2017 study by Michael Lowe, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, about consistent weight loss and long-term health outcomes, was mentioned in a Nov. 8 Daily Mail story about how to lose weight this holiday season.

The Dangerous Trend of 'Jansporting'

Ralph Riviello, MD, a professor in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a Sept. 21 Daily Mail story about the dangers associated with “Jansporting,” a technique some college students are using to prevent intoxicated friends from asphyxiation. Riviello was also interviewed about this topic during a Sept. 21 WCAU-TV (NBC-10) segment.

Consistency is Key for Weight Loss, Study Says

A study by Michael Lowe, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, which found that weight variability during the first few weeks of a weight loss program negatively affects long-term outcomes, was featured in Aug. 28 stories on, Consumer Reports, HealthDay, HuffPost United Kingdom, Medical News Today, the Daily Mail, and the Australian.

Want to Beat the Bulge? It's Not Willpower You Need But a Step on the Scales Each Day

Meghan Butryn, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in an Aug. 18 Daily Mail story about a study she and her colleagues conducted, which found that college-age women who weighed themselves daily over a two-year period saw a reduction in body fat. The study was also highlighted in POLITICO New York Health Care on Aug. 18 and in an Aug. 20 news segment on ABC News affiliate WPLG-TV (Miami).   

Good News for Doodlers: Drawing and Colouring Triggers Feelings of Pleasure in the Brain  

Girija Kaimal, EdD, an assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, was quoted in a June 19 Daily Mail story about her study into how art-making activates the reward pathways of the brain. She was also quoted in a June 20 Yahoo Style article covering her study, and mentioned in a Spirituality & Health magazine article on it. Additionally, the study was featured in a June 20 KSTU-SLC (FOX 13, Salt Lake City) segment.

Why Wandering Can Be Safer: People Walking to Work or an Errand Are More Likely to Stroll Into Dangerous Areas, Study Says

Alex Quistberg, PhD, an assistant research professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a May 30 Daily Mail story on his study that found that people who are walking with a purpose, such as going to work, are more likely to walk into areas that are dangerous for pedestrians.

Experts Find Users Share Their Mental Issues on Instagram

Andrea Forte, PhD, an associate professor, and Nazanin Andalibi, a doctoral candidate, both in the College of Computing & Informatics, were quoted in Feb. 23 stories in the Daily News (UK), Slate (France), La Nacion (Costa Rica) and Warta Nusa (Indonesia) about their research on Instagram users making sensitive self-disclosures via the platform.

The Right – and Wrong – Way to Prepare for a Market Sell-Off

Daniel Dorn, PhD, associate professor in the LeBow College of Business, was quoted in a Feb. 17 Globe and Mail story about how to prepare for a market sell-off.