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Article ID: 580504

New Hospitals to Implement New Communications Technology

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

New U-M C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital to add integration platform to distribute data, enhance communications and patient experience.

13-Sep-2011 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 580398

Ultimate Put-Downs: Cornell Lab Teaches Robots That Perfect Placement Prevents Possible Problems

Cornell University

For robots, picking up objects is easy, but putting them down – in proper context – is not so simple. (Cornell’s Personal Robotics Laboratory research results.)

8-Sep-2011 7:25 AM EDT



Article ID: 580373

New Device Makes Drawing Blood and Inserting IVs Less Traumatic for Patients of All Ages

LifeBridge Health

LifeBridge Health centers in Baltimore, Md., have begun using a new device that makes drawing blood and inserting IVs an easier experience for patients.

7-Sep-2011 12:30 PM EDT

Article ID: 580196

Passion for Medicine, Computer Science Inspires Informatics Expert to Create Cloud Computing for Biomedical Research

Ohio State University Center for Clinical and Translational Science

Dr. Philip Payne, associate professor and Chair in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at The Ohio State University, is an internationally recognized leader in the fields of clinical research informatics and translational bioinformatics. In addition to his duties as Chair he is also Director of Data Management Services within the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource and Co-Executive Director for the Ohio State Center for IT Innovation in Healthcare (CITIH). The author of over 90 publications, Payne’s research has served to define a new sub-domain of biomedical informatics theory and practice focused on clinical research applications.

1-Sep-2011 3:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 580231

To Clear Digital Waste in Computers, ‘Think Green,’ Researchers Say

Johns Hopkins University

A digital dumping ground lies inside most computers, a wasteland where old, rarely used and unneeded files pile up. Such data can deplete precious storage space, bog down the system’s efficiency and sap its energy. What;s the best approach to cleaning up the mess?

1-Sep-2011 12:30 PM EDT

Article ID: 580185

Adding Hydrogen Triples Transistor Performance in Graphene

Penn State Materials Research Institute

In two articles in Nano Letters, Penn State materials scientists describe advances that could make graphene a viable technology for use in radio frequency applications.

31-Aug-2011 2:20 PM EDT

Article ID: 580176

The Terahertz Frontier

IEEE Spectrum Magazine

New integrated circuit devices could finally open up the electromagnetic spectrum's notoriously inaccessible terahertz band.

31-Aug-2011 12:50 PM EDT

Article ID: 580154

In a Video-Gone-Viral: Cornell Artificial Intelligence Demo Shows How Chatbots Soon Sink Into Spat, Non Sequiturs and Nonsense

Cornell University

Make headway, Max Headroom! Meant to be Cornell classroom demonstration, a robot avatar conversation quickly turned into the spat chat heard around the world.

31-Aug-2011 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 580086

NSF Research Addresses Issues That Slow Wireless Networks

Virginia Tech

Helping solve cross layer network incompatibility issues will speed Internet access, and open room for more wireless traffic, without a lull in service.

29-Aug-2011 1:15 PM EDT

Article ID: 580004

How to Hold Students' Attention in Large Lectures: Reach Out Through Their Laptops and Cell Phones

University of Michigan

This fall, more than 4,000 University of Michigan students in nearly 20 classes will be utilizing LectureTools, an interactive presentation tool that harnesses the potential of laptops and cell phones to serve as learning aids rather than distracting devices.

25-Aug-2011 1:15 PM EDT

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