Asper Research News Archive
November 26, 2015 —
Luke Zhu has uncovered some of the subconscious cues that influence what foods you choose to eat
September 29, 2015 —
Two Asper alumni are committing support to a new series of world-class academic conferences to be held biennially over the next 10 years
June 22, 2015 —
JCR has named the U of M one of the leading post-secondary institutions for training "top scholars of the future"
June 5, 2015 —
Asper PhD student Ray Lavoie is studying how flow — the psychological state of “being in the zone” — leads to positive and negative user experiences in new technologies such as augmented reality and social media
May 12, 2015 —
A new study suggests that both people and the governments they serve can gain social approval by merely talking about cooperating and helping others
April 29, 2015 —
The $12,000 award goes to academic researchers in the early stages of their careers who display exceptional innovation, leadership and promise.
January 7, 2015 —
Being big is passé. Being interesting and niche is what's trending. Just look at what it's doing for Xiaomi.
September 10, 2014 —
Survey open to all U of M faculty and staff, asking about civility in workplace
May 12, 2014 —
Hari Bapuji believes his research will help businesses and organizations become corporate citizens who make the world a better place