Video Game Surgeons

A series of studies analyzed at an American Psychological Association in Boston have suggested that video games accelerate problem-solving and reaction skills in younger students and in surgeons increase the capabilities required for laparoscopic surgery, a complex form of surgery that involves micro-incisions, video feeds, and robotic controls. One study claimed that of 33 surgeons,

Oil: Public Perception and IMT

If you were to ask someone what the greatest challenge facing the oil industry today is, you’d hear a variety of possible responses: “pollution” “alternative energy” “resource depletion” “geopolitical conflict” and plenty more. However, none of these are true. It might be surprising (or perhaps it’s not), but public perception is the greatest threat faced