MSU researchers travel to Alaska to assess climate trends
A team of students and faculty from the MSU College of Agriculture will combine drone imagery, ground sampling and satellite remote sensing data to create a complete image of the
Research: Mobile Travel Consumers Trends
The important link between mobile technology use and travel and tourism businesses like airlines and hotels.
How to Research Local Etiquette Before Traveling Overseas
When you’re headed overseas, researching tourist scams is important, but you should also make an effort to lookup local social customs—like whether eating with your hands is frowned down upon or the exact firmness needed for an introductory handshake.
New Research Identifies Business Travel Dining Trends
Clear generational differences exist when it comes to business traveler dining, payment & expensing options, according to new GBTA & Dinova research.
Research: What Makes Travel Videos More Engaging?
Beautiful. Moving. Witty. Inspiring. Motivating. These are just some of the subjective criteria producers consider when planning and executing video projects, be it first-time pieces or a series update. But, in a world saturated with multiple screens and unlimited content other considerations become crucial. Will the video content be effective? Will it engage consumers as intended? …
Decades Of Research Uncover How World Travel Makes You Smarter
When I decided to become self-employed four years ago, I thought I was climbing the biggest mountain of my life. Then, I went to Tanzania (to climb a real mountain, no less) and learned everyone there is an entrepreneur because there is no other choice. Now, when I feel like I’m struggling to solve a difficult …
How many websites and devices does a consumer use to research travel?
Travelers are consulting an increasingly higher number of websites and devices to research travel. So that does the latest research from Webtrends reveal?
Got an itch to travel more? Research shows why you should go for it.
This neuroscientist’s poster showed how US travel bans stifle groundbreaking research
The poster sends a powerful message: if researchers from banned countries can't attend conferences, their entire field misses out on the knowledge they'd contribute.
How Amazon could succeed in travel: Researchers issue a warning to the industry
Even though Amazon sells products and not experiences, which are at the core of the travel industry, the company’s focus on a different kind of experience — the customer experience — could be a game-changer.
How to Research Your Travel Destinations in 2019 like a Pro!
Kristin Addis shares her advice on how to plan a trip for solo female travelers, including everything from destination research to booking hotels.
Breaking: Top Researchers Traveling To International AIDS Conference Killed In Malaysian Crash
Several passengers aboard Malaysian flight MH17, which was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border by a Russian surface-to-air missile, were AIDS researchers and staff traveling to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
Traveling Across Screens: How Consumers Research and Book Hotels. : 4Hoteliers
Today’s travelers are on the go, and they’re constantly switching between devices to gather information, research ho
New Research Shows How Brands Can Win Travel Micro-Moments
New travel research reveals key micro-moments for brands.
How the Travel Research Process Plays Out in Time-to-Make-a-Plan Moments
New research on how digital, especially mobile, is shaping consumer behavior and travel trends when people are planning their next trip.
New Research: How Families and Their Children Make Travel Decisions
We’ve been bombarded with media takes and analysis covering the millennial generation for what feels like forever. Members of Generation Z, or those
Research reveals that 'time travel' is an easy way to increase life satisfaction
Anytime you need to be happier, just do some time travel.
Turnpike Commission researches new ways to travel across the Commonwealth
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- While Pennsylvania has a rich history in transportation - dating back to the Pennsylvania Railroad in the first half of the 20th century, and the first-of-its kind Pennsylvania Turnpike in 1940 - could its future contain a "Hyperloop Tunnel?"
Research: How Far Will Consumers Travel to Make Routine Purchases?
Does local spending still matter? How far are consumers willing to travel to make regular purchases? We conducted a national survey - here are the results.
GBTA Research: The Three Trends Set to Impact Business Travel
Globalization, the growing Millennial workforce, and disruption in suppliers are the trends that are set to impact the business travel industry. Find out more.