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Entropy, information theory, Robotics, Zebrafish, interaction dynamics

Robotics-Based Study Provides Insight Into Predator-Prey Interactions

A research team led by New York University professor Maurizio Porfiri put forth a robotics-based study to control information flow in predator-prey interactions, as well as test the validity of transfer entropy when attempting to understand causal influences of the system. They report their findings this week in the journal Chaos, from AIP Publishing.

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Climate Change, Supercomputing, earth systems science, Sustainable Agriculture, Climate Modeling

Titan Simulations Show Importance of Close 2-Way Coupling Between Human and Earth Systems

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A new integrated climate model developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and other institutions is designed to reduce uncertainties in future climate predictions as it bridges Earth systems with energy and economic models and large-scale human impact data.

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NSA-Funded Virtual Cybersecurity Lab to Improve Cloud Networking Security

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher is creating a virtual lab to address issues related to cloud-based computing environments and to help students practice networking and cyber defense skills. The program's modules will be part of a cybersecurity curriculum that will be available to the public.

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Cyber Security, stem, Middle School Students, computer science education, Teacher Education

Columbus State University Partners With Local School System on NSA Grant for Middle School Cybersecurity Education

A $50,000 NSA grant allows Columbus State Univeristy and the local school system to create what may be the state's first course in cybersecurity education specifically designed for 7th and 8th grade middle school students. The curriculum will be available to be copied for any district interested. “We do not think that a cybersecurity curriculum of this magnitude has been attempted at the middle school level in Georgia,”

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Mount Sinai Health System, Afib, Cardiology, Health Technology, Entreprenership, Mount Sinai Innovation Partners

Technology from a Mount Sinai Startup (Cardea Sciences) That Will Improve Outcomes for Cardiac Patients Wins the NYC Life Science Innovation Showcase

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Technology for identifying at-risk atrial fibrillation (AFib) patients was chosen as the winner of the inaugural Alexandria LaunchLabs Scholarship Award, which recognizes excellence in health care technology, entrepreneurship and business competencies.

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Artificial Intelligence, Robots, elon musk, Tesla, Economic Policy, government intervention, Unemployment

Artificial Intelligence Expert Responds to Musk Claims: "Yes, Robots Will Kill Jobs"

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Nationwide Children's Hospital, mostwired

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Named 2017 Most Wired Hospital for Use of Technology

Technology is making it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships. Nationwide Children’s Hospital applies technology in innovative ways to more effectively serve patients, families, staff and the community, earning the hospital the distinction of being named a 2017 Most Wired Hospital for its use of technology to tackle today’s health care problems. In addition to the Most Wired distinction, Nationwide Children’s was also recognized as a 2017 Most Wired Innovator Award Finalist.

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Aacc, AAA, AACC 2017

Microscan To Demonstrate Advancements in Barcode and Machine Vision Technology at AACC Clinical Lab Expo 2017

Press Release by Microscan on demonstration of the latest advancements of barcode and machine vision technologies at the AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo on August 1-3 in San Diego, CA.

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Materials Science, Supercapacitor, Electrode, Ultrathin, Graphene, Aerogel, Manufacturing

UW Team Develops Fast, Cheap Method to Make Supercapacitor Electrodes for Electric Cars, High-Powered Lasers

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University of Washington researchers have developed a fast, inexpensive method to make electrodes for supercapacitors, with applications in electric cars, wireless telecommunications and high-powered lasers.

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New Tools Help Surgeons Find Liver Tumors, Not Nick Blood Vessels

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A Vanderbilt University team created surgery-tested software that better marries a CT scan's image of a liver with a tracking tool's.







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