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Wearable Tech, Concrete Life, Speeding up the Catalysts, and More in the Engineering News Source

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wearables, wearable tech, fitness technologies, Medical Technology, Bioengineering Today, AIP Publishing

Wearable Technology and the Future of a Billion-Dollar Industry

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A feature article published this afternoon in the new, online nonprofit journalism news outlet Bioengineering Today explores the global, billion-dollar industry of wearable fitness and medical technologies, which stands at the crossroads of computing, consumer electronics, exercise culture and human health.

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DHS, DHS S&T, DHS Science and Technology Directorate, Research & Development, R&D, National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, Manhattan, Kansas, manhattan area technical college, Bioscience

NBAF Think and Do Challenge Winner Develops Forward Looking Training Program

In May 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) broke ground on the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) main laboratory space in Manhattan, Kansas. Scheduled to open in 2023, NBAF will feature advanced laboratory technologies that allow for catastrophic disease research on livestock.

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Northwestern University, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern Medicine, app development, Liver Transplant, Heart Health

Predicting Heart Events After Liver Transplant

The first app and score to determine the one-year risk of a liver transplant patient dying or being hospitalized for a heart attack or other cardiovascular complication has been developed by Northwestern Medicine scientists.

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Electricity, Electrical Engineering, Flicker, Jitter, Light Pollution, Photography, Optics, Computer Vision, image processing, electric grid, Israel, Canada

Technion and Toronto Researchers Aim to See the Night in a New Light

A new technology provides a new understanding of the nighttime landscape based upon the flicker of electric lights. Applications could include monitoring light pollution and power grid output and fluctuations, and the estimation of nighttime air quality.

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Janelia Research Campus, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Neuroscience, Neurobiology

Artificial Intelligence Helps Build Brain Atlas of Fly Behavior

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Scientists at HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus created comprehensive brain maps linking different groups of neurons to specific behaviors, using a machine-learning program that annotated more than 225 days of videos of flies – a feat that would have taken humans some 3,800 years.

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Mount Sinai Health System, Most Wired Survey, American Hospital Association, Health Forum, Health Technology

Mount Sinai Health System Named 2017 Most Wired

Most Wired Hospitals Use Technology to Partner with Patients on Health

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Vanderbilt Again Lauded for Savvy Use of Health Information Technology

Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s leadership in embracing medical technology has once again resulted in the institution being named among the nation’s “most wired” hospitals and health systems.

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Information Technology, Patient Care, clinical integration, American Hospital Association, Most Wired Survey

UNC Health Care Honored as “Most Wired Advanced” by American Hospital Association

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UNC Health Care is one of only 27 systems in the United States to be recognized as a “Most Wired Advanced” health system by the American Hospital Association (AHA) for its use of information technology to improve patient care and clinical integration.







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