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Hemophilia, Emicizumab, a novel monoclonal antibody

Disruptive Technology for the Treatment of Hemophilia

An international team of hematologists including Guy Young, MD, of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, has found that in patients with hemophilia A with inhibitors, a novel therapy called emicizumab, decreases incidence of bleeding episodes by 87%.

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DHS S&T Awards $220K to University of Tulsa for Cybersecurity Research

DHS S&T awarded $220,209 to the University of Tulsa to study data production and usage by cybersecurity researchers, information that will help quantify the value of data-sharing and improve sharing incentives to address the interdependency of cyber-risk environments.

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DHS S&T Licenses New Cybersecurity Tech to Atlanta Small Business

DHS S&T today announced that a network flow analysis technology that will help strengthen cybersecurity has transitioned to the marketplace through its participation in S&T’s Transition to Practice (TTP) program.

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Breast Feeding, Bottle Feeding, Technological distractions, Mother-child interactions, WIC, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Mothers Often Distracted During Breast and Bottle Feeding

As innovation expands the accessibility of technology, the potential for distraction increases as well. A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior assesses the level and type of distractions that affect mothers during infant feeding and discusses the potential impact on mothers and babies. Researchers found that distractions occurred in close to half of feedings, with ~60% of distractions attributable to technological devices.

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Drones, Algorithms, Deliveries, Optimization, Robotics, Aerial, Computer Science

Drone Delivery

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When delivery companies like FedEx, Amazon and UPS launch drones to deliver packages in the near future, one Kennesaw State computer science professor may be at the crux of solving one of its most complicated problems.

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We're Chatting Live! Join US Talk About Funding Opportunities with S&T's SVIP Program

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Join us for a Facebook Live discussion on July 18 at 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT to learn more about this innovative program, its open funding opportunities and how your company can get involved.

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Cyber, cyber research, cyber R&D

DHS S&T to Showcase Cyber Security Technologies, July 11-13

DHS S&T will showcase dozens of cybersecurity technologies and projects at the 2017 Cyber Security R&D Showcase and Technical Workshop—the federal government’s largest cybersecurity R&D conference—July 11-13 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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battery-free technology, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Cellphone

First Battery-Free Cellphone Makes Calls by Harvesting Ambient Power

UW engineers have designed the first battery-free cellphone that can send and receive calls using only a few microwatts of power, which it harvests from ambient radio signals or light. It's a major step forward in moving beyond chargers, cords and dying phones.

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Bacteria, CRISPR, Science, Technology, DNA, Ailong Ke

Bringing Bacteria’s Defense Into Focus

By taking a series of near-atomic resolution snapshots, Cornell University and Harvard Medical School scientists have observed step-by-step how bacteria defend against foreign invaders such as bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria.

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Nuclear Physics, QCD, supercomputering, Theoretical Physicist, Proton

Computing Takes the Prize

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It’s not unusual for anyone to shop online at Amazon, but one young scientist went to the website looking for more than a favorite book. University of Connecticut Postdoctoral Researcher Nobuo Sato plans to conduct theoretical research in nuclear physics using the online retailer’s computing services, and he has been awarded the 2017 JSA Postdoctoral Research Grant to do it.







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