Christmas holidays play a critical role in preventing teacher burnout and exhaustion, according to a new study by academics at City University London.
This year's Female FTSE Report, by academics at City University London, Cranfield University and Queen Mary University London, shows that the overall percentage of women on FTSE boards has increased compared to March 2015.
Forthcoming research from Cass Business School and the Bank of International Settlements has found that newly proposed currency valuation metrics display strong predictive power for exchange rates, offering valuable insights ...
Functional stupidity in the workplace is best described as when smart people are discouraged to think and reflect at work. The ramifications can ultimately be catastrophic, leading to organisational collapse, financial meltdown ...
"Hyperconnectivity and the Future of Internet Communication" (Lambert Academic Publishing, May 2015) is the title of a new book edited by City University London Professor of Pervasive Computing, Professor Adrian Cheok.
High levels of social media activity can be used to forecast increases in protest participation – but successful prediction may depend on location, a study has found.
From buying red wine to fulfilling customer orders, augmented reality is changing the landscape of the retail experience.
Professor David Stupples, City's Professor of Electronic and Radio Systems, says the time has come for the flight data recorder (FDR) and the cockpit data recorder (CDR) - the black box found on aircraft - to be stored in ...
An innovative serious game has been developed by academics and a student at City University London in collaboration with service users and providers at East London NHS Foundation Trust.
As the mobile phone industry undergoes sweeping changes, Professor Adrian Cheok, Professor of Pervasive Computing, discusses smart watches, haptics and mobile phones that send text messages and sweet fragrances.