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A Novel Way to Produce Two-Dimensional Nanosheets, New Material Property May Lead to High Temp Superconductivity, Scientists Harness CO2 to Consolidate Biofuel Production Process, and More in the DOE Science News Source

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Ames Laboratory Scientists Receive DOE Award to Help Commercialize Promising Technology

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Ames Laboratory senior metallurgist Iver Anderson and postdoctoral research associate Emma White have been awarded a $325,000 grant from the DOE’s Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF).

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New Advances in Robotic Surgery Now Offered in Brooklyn by NYU Lutheran

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Among the first clinical upgrades at NYU Lutheran since joining the NYU Langone Health System has been the installation of the da Vinci surgical system, one of the most advanced technologies used in robot-assisted surgery.

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Virginia Tech Awarded $2.5 Million From NSF to Advance Future Wireless Technologies

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The National Science Foundation has awarded more than $2.5 million in research funding to Wireless@Virginia Tech, aligning with the recently announced White House initiative on advanced wireless research in efforts to provide faster wireless networks.

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It’s Not Just a Good Suit and Strong Handshake: New Study Identifies Key Factor in Getting Dream Job

A new study examines the influence of technology in job interviews.

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IMPACT is Advancing Cyber Security R&D

To develop advanced knowledge, test products and technologies and prove the utility of research in large-scale network environments, the R&D community requires real-world data. To meet this need, the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Cyber Security Division (CSD) has created the Information Marketplace for Policy and Analysis of Cyber-risk & Trust (IMPACT), a publicly available electronic library to provide the industrial and academic research community access to infrastructure and event data.

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PPPL and Princeton Join High-Performance Software Project

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Article describes Intel-sponsored project to modernize a fusion code that is installed on supercomputers around the world.

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Hey Robot, Shimmy Like a Centipede

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Centipedes move quickly. And when one is coming directly at you, you might not care to spend a moment pondering its agility.

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Study: Smart Technology – and Not Body Cameras – More Likely to Reduce Use of Lethal Force by Police

Two researchers from Temple University's Fox School of Business have found that smartphones and analytics are more likely than body cameras to reduce lethal force by police

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'Green' Energy From Garden Grass, Mars Rover's Laser Can Now Target Rocks All by Itself, World's Most Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Completes Search, and More in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

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At AACC 2016, Festo Showcases the Latest Automation Solutions for Clinical Diagnostic Equipment

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Festo features at AACC 2016, July 31- Aug. 4 in Philadelphia, the company’s automation solutions for clinical diagnostic equipment. Festo automation lowers manufacturer engineering costs and boosts diagnostic speed and overall performance. (Festo AACC Booth #3939)

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New Semen Analysis Products From Medical Electronic Systems

Medical Electronic Systems (www.mes-global.com) is a Los Angeles based technology company specializing in rapid, automated semen analysis for the human and the veterinary markets. The MES line of CE and FDA cleared Sperm Quality Analyzers, complementary testing kits and disposable testing supplies are sold through an extensive network of international distributors. MES is ISO certified as a medical manufacturer and has wholly owned distribution offices in America, Europe, China and Israel.

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Space Scientist, TV and Equality Scholar Say Star Trek’s Impact Goes Far Beyond Screen

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An Accelerated Pipeline to Open Materials Research

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The Bellerophon Environment for Analysis of Materials (BEAM) is an ORNL platform that combines scientific instruments with web and data services and HPC resources through a user-friendly interface. Designed to streamline data analysis and workflow processes from experiments originating at DOE Office of Science User Facilities at ORNL, such as the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) and Spallation Neutron Source (SNS), BEAM gives materials scientists a direct pipeline to scalable computing, software support, and high-performance cloud storage services.

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Imaging Software Predicts How You Look with Different Hair Styles, Colors, Appearances

How can we predict if a new haircut will look good without physically trying it? Or explore what missing children might look like if their appearance is changed? A new personalized image search engine developed by a University of Washington computer vision researcher lets a person imagine how they would look with different hairstyles or appearances.

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Lighting the Way

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University of Utah Distinguished Professor Gerald Stringfellow, a former dean of the U’s College of Engineering and a pioneer in LED technology, has been awarded a top research prize for his career-long work in the process for making light-emitting diodes, an important milestone for LED TVs, cellphone screens, high-efficiency solar cells, computer monitors and a new wave of LED light bulbs.

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Mars Rover’s Laser Can Now Target Rocks All by Itself

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New software is enabling ChemCam, the laser spectrometer on NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover, to select rock targets autonomously—the first time autonomous target selection is available for an instrument of this kind on any robotic planetary mission.

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NASA's Hubble Looks to the Final Frontier

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When the TV series "Star Trek" was first broadcast in 1966, the largest telescopes on Earth could only see about halfway across the universe — the rest was uncharted territory. But Hubble's powerful vision has carried us into the true "final frontier." This Hubble image of galaxy cluster Abell S1063 is released today in time for the new motion picture "Star Trek Beyond." The image unveils a very cluttered-looking universe filled with galaxies near and far. The Hubble data were taken in Dec. 2005 to May 2016.