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Plasmonics, Photonic And Electronic Devices, nanotechnnology, Optical Switching, polarization switch

Nanotechnology Experts at Sandia Create First Terahertz-Speed Polarization Optical Switch

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A Sandia National Laboratories-led team has for the first time used optics rather than electronics to switch a nanometer-thick thin film device from completely dark to completely transparent, or light, at a speed of trillionths of a second.

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Physics, condensed matter physics, National Science Foundation

WVU Physicists Chase New ‘Wave’ of Condensed Matter Research

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Just one year after arriving at West Virginia University, physicist Lian Li is taking physics research to new frontiers. In collaboration with fellow WVU condensed matter experiment expert Cheng Cen, they are breaking the rules of classical physics in search of a solution to making computers faster than ever.

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Henry Ford Innovation Institute, Henry Ford Hospital, Israel

Henry Ford Health System Launches Artificial Intelligence Challenge

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Pushing the limits for patients, Henry Ford Health System has launched an artificial intelligence challenge to Israeli technology startups. The winner will partner with Henry Ford to develop and pilot the technology to improve patient care.

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Technology, Religion, Internet, Internet Addiction, addiction to technological devices, Gallup Organization, Baylor Religion Survey, Baylor University

The Internet May Be Secular, but Religious Americans Aren’t Worried, Baylor Religion Survey Finds

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Despite the pervasive use of the Internet in everyday life, most Americans report they never use it to find religious or spiritual content, and most never use it to share religious views, according to the Baylor Religion Survey.

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Internet of Things, Wireless, Zero power devices, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

UW Team Shatters Long-Range Communication Barrier for Near Zero-Power Devices

University of Washington researchers have demonstrated for the first time that devices that run on almost zero power can transmit data across distances of up to 2.8 kilometers — breaking a long-held barrier and potentially enabling a vast array of interconnected devices.

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Electronic Medical Record, Electronic Health Record, health information exchange, Health System

UH Launches Single Sign on Technology for Clinicians

University Hospitals clinicians are the first in Northeast Ohio to have access to the Community Health Record through CliniSync’s single sign on technology, making access to critical information from other health care facilities more efficient and timely than ever before.

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Neurorehabilitation, spine injury, Brain-computer, NSF, Research

UCI Heads $8 Million NSF-Funded Project to Develop Brain-Computer Interface

The National Science Foundation has awarded $8 million to a consortium led by the University of California, Irvine to develop a brain-computer interface that can restore walking ability and sensation in individuals with spinal cord injury. This initiative represents the largest NSF award received by faculty researchers in the UCI engineering and medicine schools.

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Pediatrics, pediatric sepsis, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, electronic alerts, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Medicine

In ER, Electronic Alert Helps Detect Severe Sepsis in Children

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An electronic alert system helps clinicians quickly do a bedside assessment to identify children with severe sepsis in an emergency department. Researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia report on their efforts to rapidly recognize this life-threatening condition.

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National Science Foundation (NSF) , Keck School Of Medicine Of Usc, Cyber-Physical Systems Frontier Award, brain-computer interface, Paraplegia, bionic suit, Charles Liu, USC Neurorestoration Center, Neuroprosthetics, Regenerative Medicine, Walking, artificial sensation, robotic exoskeleton, Spinal Cord Injury, University Of California Irvine, Caltech, sp

$8 Million National Science Foundation Grant to Fund Development of a “Bionic Suit” to Help People with Paraplegia Walk

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The Keck School of Medicine of USC is one of three institutions to share a highly competitive Cyber-Physical Systems Frontier grant to develop a brain-computer interface to restore walking and lower extremity sensation for people with paraplegia

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Johnson & Johnson Launches Dr. Paul Janssen Project to Catalyze and Convene Champions of Science Across Generations and Geographies

Johnson & Johnson today launched the Dr. Paul Janssen Project – a multi-faceted public engagement initiative that extends the legacy of Dr. Paul Janssen – one of the most accomplished industry researchers and humanitarians of the 20th century – and promotes broader engagement and appreciation for the value that science and technology innovation brings to humanity.







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