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Cells Programmed Like Computers to Fight Disease

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Cells can be programmed like a computer to fight cancer, influenza, and other serious conditions – thanks to a breakthrough in synthetic biology by the University of Warwick.

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Mining, Resources, Copper, lean processing, mining technology

Unlocking South Australia’s Copper Resources

The University of Adelaide will lead a $14.6 million research consortium to develop advanced technologies to boost South Australia’s copper production and develop a globally competitive mining technology services sector in the state.

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Brookhaven's Computational Science Laboratory Accelerates Radar Simulator Code for Cloud Research

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Atmospheric scientists will be able to more quickly evaluate how well cloud models simulate processes observed by radar and other sensors and to determine if observational systems are capturing accurate views of the atmosphere.

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Ask Mayo Clinic Online Offers Symptom Assessment Through Epic’s Mychart

Mayo Clinic is offering its secure, web-based symptom assessment tool, Ask Mayo Clinic online, through Epic’s MyChart.

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Binghamton University, Binghamton, Cybersecurity, National Science Foundation, NSF, SUNY Binghamton, State University of New York at Binghamton, Science, Cyberinfrastructure, data, Fake news, science data, Information Security, informaiton, Data Security

New Grant to Help Keep Misleading Data Out of Scientific Community

The National Science Foundation has awarded a research grant close to $1 million to four professors, two from Binghamton University and two from Wayne State University, who are committed to developing a national cyberinfrastructure that intends to keep malicious or misleading data out of the scientific community.

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Texas Tech Engineer Developing Methods, Applications to Construct Blood Vessels Using 3-D Printing Technology

Changxue Xu’s research is critical to the development of 3-D organ printing.

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Olin College , Maker space, Prototype, Prototyping, engineeering, Student, Design, multi-college, Colleges, Collaboration, product develoment, Startup, Startups, Founder, Foundry, Construction, Development

Babson College Plans New Facility Dedicated to Collaborative Student-Led Projects

Babson College has announced plans to build a new facility designed to host student-led projects involving product development and the launch of new enterprises. Babson invited Olin College faculty, academic leaders, students, and staff to be co-designers of the facility to enhance the potential for cross-campus collaboration.

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DHS S&T Awards $640K to the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute for Supply Chain Cyber-Threats Research

DHS S&T today announced a $640,000 award to the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI) for research into prepositioned cyber-threats in mobile devices that originate in the supply chain.

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Cyber Security Expert Calls for a New ID Security System

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SLAC-Led Project Will Use Artificial Intelligence to Prevent or Minimize Electric Grid Failures

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A project led by the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory will combine artificial intelligence with massive amounts of data and industry experience from a dozen U.S. partners to identify places where the electric grid is vulnerable to disruption, reinforce those spots in advance and recover faster when failures do occur.







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