co-author co-author


  • (v) be a co-author on (a book, a paper)


  1. Are Medical Breakthroughs Really Declining?

    A new study suggests there has been a drop in the extent to which new medical treatments are shown to be significantly more effective than placebos. The findings, in a study published in the journal Health Affairs, “suggest that medical breakthroughs that offer large benefits above placebo are becoming less common,” said study co-author Mark [...]
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Psych Central

  2. Era of Online Sharing Offers Benefits of 'Big Data,' Privacy Trade-Offs

    Watch Video | Listen to the Audio JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally tonight, we come back to the surveillance story. Just how much information do we routinely disclose about ourselves online? And how do we feel about that? Jeffrey Brown has our conversation. JEFFREY BROWN: And for that, we're joined by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger. He is co-author of the new book "Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Online NewsHour


  1. "With that vote, Congress became co-author of a catastrophic war," Obama said.
    on Aug 1, 2007 By: Barack Obama Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "He voted twice against the Bush tax cuts - only Two Republicans did that," said Romney. "He's a co-author of McCain Feingold, which I think took a whack at the First Amendment and I do believe as well hurt our party pretty significantly."
    on Jan 30, 2008 By: Mitt Romney Source: NY1

  3. "Given that Kevin Rudd was co-author of the discredited noodle nation, it's not surprising the 2020 diagram is of the same confused and illogical thought processes," Ms Bishop told AAP.
    on May 31, 2008 By: Julie Bishop Source: The West Australian

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