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New ASTA Research Reveals Travel Top Priority for Consumers

Travel tops consumer wish lists over all other discretionary spendings, with nearly eight out of 10 (77 percent) Americans indicating that they would pick a vacation experience over a new computer, television, virtual reality headset or gaming console, according to new consumer research published by the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) on Thursday. The …

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University of Tübingen, Boehringer Ingelheim launch AI and data science fellowship program

University of Tübingen, a leading member of Cyber Valley, Europe’s largest Artificial Intelligence (AI) research consortium and Boehringer Ingelheim launch an AI and data science fellowship program for top talents from around the world. Three to five fellowships will be awarded per year for up to three years with a target of nine to fifteen fellows …

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The Importance of Credible Research

When it comes to scientific research, there are internationally recognized processes that provide confidence in research findings. For published research, these processes culminate with the peer review process. Peer review has been described as an integral part of scientific publishing that confirms its validity. There are different forms of peer review, but the process, which …

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Psychology Suggests Spontaneous Travel Trend Increases Happiness

It seems that Americans are becoming accustomed to travel’s unpredictability during the pandemic, as many are now embracing this era of uncertainty and exhibiting highly spontaneous behavior when heading off on their getaways. Since, over the past two-and-a-half years, the effects of COVID-19 forced travelers to be more flexible in their plans and book their …

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Ohio State to house replica of the George Washington Carver Science Park at university airport

Ohio State will be the Earthside location of the inaugural science park devoted to space research after being selected by Voyager Space. Credit: Zachary Rilley | Photo Editor Voyager Space, an American science program based in Denver, has selected Ohio State to be the Earthside location of the inaugural science park devoted to space research.  …

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Thirumalai, Rimmer awarded five-year $5M grant for federally funded center – News

The new, one-of-a-kind center has a vision of improving the health and function of people with disabilities through encouraging access, increasing participation, and promoting adherence to recreation, exercise and sports. Written by: Kevin Storr Media contact: Adam Pope James Rimmer, Ph.D., and Mohan Thirumalai, Ph.D. Photography: Chase TinnonResearchers in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School …

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Travel Insurance Market To Grow Beyond $32 Billion By 2026

Today’s tourism resurgence is contributing to the growth of the global travel insurance market, according to The Business Research Company’s newly released ‘Travel Insurance Global Market Report 2022’. It only makes sense that increases in travel itself and trip insurance would go hand in hand. Travel insurance companies complement the tourism sector by offering travelers …

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Baby Boomers Helping Lead Travel’s Resurgence

Baby Boomers—the retirement-age generation affectionately nicknamed the “grey tsunami”—are surging back to travel now that the two-year-long tide of COVID-19 concerns is receding. That is, at least, according to new data released by global travel insurance and specialty benefits company Seven Corners, which found that more Baby Boomers are buying travel insurance policies this year …

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Economy Overtakes COVID-19 as Obstacle To Business Travel’s Recovery

While the leisure segment has been the first to really bounce back from the massive blow the travel industry suffered at the hands of COVID-19, business travel, it seems, is slowly climbing back also. Yet, this type of travel today faces new and different obstacles to complete recovery, mainly caused by global economic conditions, Business …

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