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Argonne Theorists Solve Longstanding Fundamental Problem, A Virtual Flight Through a Catalyst Particle, Super Cement's Secret, and More in the DOE Science News Source

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Terry Shevlin Can Comment on European Commission Ruling That Apple Must Pay $14.5 Million in Back Taxes to Ireland

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Global Surgery Program Links UAB and Children’s Neurosurgeons with Counterparts in Vietnam

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UAB pediatric neurosurgeons are working with their Vietnamese counterparts to improve epilepsy care in Vietnam as part of the Global Surgery Program at UAB and Children's of Alabama.

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Standing Still May Help Improve Antennas That Scan in All Directions

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Antennas often need to trace circles in the sky. For example, radar arrays atop air-traffic control towers rotate to sweep signals in all directions. Now, University of Wisconsin-Madison electrical engineers are working out a new strategy to create antennas that spin their beams in circles while the devices stand still.

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EU and Apple: E. Han Kim, Prof. Of Finance and International Business Can Discuss

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ISPOR Special Interest Group Recommends Changes to Health Technology Assessments for Molecular Diagnostics

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ISPOR's Medical Devices and Diagnostics Special Interest Group report, “Health Technology Assessment for Molecular Diagnostics: Practices, Challenges, and Recommendations,” was published in the July/August 2016 issue (Volume 19, Issue 5) of Value in Health.

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3D Printed Tool for Building Aircraft Achieves GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Title

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A 3D printed trim-and-drill tool, developed by researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory to be evaluated at The Boeing Company, has received the title of largest solid 3D printed item by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™.

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A Device to Control “Color” of Electrons in Graphene Provides Path to Future Electronics

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A device made of bilayer graphene is one step forward in a new field of physics called valleytronics.

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Graphene Key to Growing Two-Dimensional Semiconductor with Extraordinary Properties

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The first-ever growth of two-dimensional gallium nitride using graphene encapsulation could lead to applications in deep ultraviolet lasers, next-generation electronics and sensors.

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V2G Technology Developed by University of Delaware Now Up and Running in Denmark

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The University of Delaware’s platform for integrating vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is now operating in Denmark, creating a new V2G commercial hub outside the U.S. that is poised to expand. Ten electric cars and ten vehicle-to-grid charging stations are now providing commercial V2G services.

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University of Utah s.j. Quinney College of Law Awarded Prestigious LEED Platinum Designation for Green Design

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The building, which marks its first anniversary on Aug. 31, received the certification this month as result of its sustainability features and green design. The law school is currently the highest achieving LEED platinum higher education project in Utah based on the number of points award by green building evaluators.

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Sensor Systems Identify Senior Citizens at Risk of Falling Within Three Weeks

Each year, millions of people—especially those 65 and older—fall. Such falls can be serious, leading to broken bones, head injuries, hospitalizations or even death. Now, researchers from the Sinclair School of Nursing and the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri found that sensors that measure in-home gait speed and stride length can predict likely falls. This technology can assist health providers to detect changes and intervene before a fall occurs within a three-week period.

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Missouri S&T Expert to Present at Governor’s Cybersecurity Summit

A computer science professor from Missouri University of Science and Technology will join top government hackers, corporate risk managers and information technology professionals at the inaugural Governor’s Cybersecurity Summit this week in Jefferson City, Missouri.

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A Nanoscale Wireless Communication System via Plasmonic Antennas

Chestnut Hill, Mass. (8/25/2016) - The pursuit of next-generation technologies places a premium on producing increased speed and efficiency with components built at scales small enough to function on a computer chip.

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Louisiana Tech University Uses Underground Radar to Locate Post-Katrina Damage

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RUSTON, La. - An innovative underground radar technology developed at Louisiana Tech University is helping the City of Slidell in south Louisiana to identify and document underground infrastructure damage that had gone undetected in the months and years following Hurricane Katrina.

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Software Program Developed at FAU’s NSF Research Center Coming to 6,500 Walmart Stores Nationwide

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SurviveDrive, a small portable plug and play USB drive designed as a one-step process to make Windows-based PC system backups available to the masses, will be in 6,500 Walmart stores nationwide in spring 2017 thanks to an innovative partnership between academia and industry.

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Energy Department Awards Five New Argonne-Business Collaborations

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The U.S. Department of Energy announced last week that 43 small businesses will participate in the second round of the Small Business Vouchers (SBV) pilot.

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Neuroscientists Receive NSF Grant to Study Evolution of Brain To Support Technological Learning

The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) at Georgia State University has received a three-year, $970,704 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate how the human brain has evolved to support technological learning.

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High-Impact Innovations Honored as R&D 100 Award Finalists

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Eight Los Alamos National Laboratory innovations were selected as finalists for the 2016 R&D 100 Awards, which honor the top 100 proven technological advances of the past year as determined by a panel selected by R&D Magazine.







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