Articles by tag: Research

How the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children Differs From Adults’

How the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children Differs From Adults'

Key Points: Pfizer recently announced its vaccine for children is more than 90% effective. In vitro diagnostics company Todos Medical announced the launch of their new COVID-19 antibody blood test which will allow unvaccinated and vaccinated people to monitor their immunity levels to the virus. Healthcare professionals weigh the utility of this type of…

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Healthcare
Is It Time to Revamp the Drug Development Pipeline?

Keypoints: Pharmaceutical industry is under pressure to increase demand and productivity. Pharma manufacturers are also expected to reduce waste in the drug development pipeline. Translational research is to get an idea to translate in a way to benefit the patient. Commentary: The pharmaceutical industry is undergoing a series of rapid changes. These days, there…

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Disruptive Tech
How North Dakota is Emerging as a UAV Force

When it comes to the world of drones, it is often the smaller states that are making the largest waves. North Dakota has established itself as a top tier market for the research of UAV technology. For UAV research to be useful across the board, the technology needs wide open spaces and lawmakers willing to…

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EdTech Today
EdTech AI Is About to Get Much Smarter

Big news this week from Digital Promise—it will co-lead a new five-year, $20 million initiative aimed at creating artificial intelligence (AI) tools to advance human learning and education. In this episode of EdTech Today, Jeremy Roschelle, Executive Director of Learning Sciences Research at Digital Promise and one of the co-Principal Investigators (PIs) of the…

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Business Services
How Travel Companies are Tooling Strategies for Key Demographics

Got a case of the Mondays? Just take you work to the beach! Sounds pretty appealing, right? It is often advised not to mix business with pleasure but the era of remote work has shined new light on the combo. The virtual workplace of Zoom calls and Slack messages has led to the idea of…

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Reimagining Education for Today’s Complex and Fast-changing World

About the Author: Albert Raboteau is part of the Advancement Division team that highlights the wide range of accomplishments and innovations at Virginia Tech. He spent the first portion of his career as a newspaper reporter before shifting to work in higher education, and is an alumnus of both New York University and Virginia Tech….

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Podcast Network
Which States Are Embracing Drones: Drones in America

This week, host Grant Guillot of the law firm Adams and Reese was joined by Senior Research Fellow at Mercatus Center at George Mason University Brent Skorup, who recently published his research ranking all 50 states in terms of friendliness for drone operations. In the past several years, the UAV market has exploded with technological growth, and…

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Applied Digital is Scaling Up Infrastructure to Handle Growing GPU Deployment Needs
May 20, 2024

During a transformative period, Applied Digital experienced a significant increase in demand for large-scale GPU deployment. This demand required a focus on power density, as the networking within data centers, particularly for InfiniBand, necessitated that servers be located close together. Each server consumed 10.2 kilowatts of power, and the optimal performance was achieved when…

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power sources
Applied Digital is Revolutionizing High Performance Computing by Locating Facilities at Unique Power Sources
May 20, 2024

Applied Digital optimizes high-performance computing by leveraging unique power sources, and locating facilities at the source of power rather than in traditional cloud regions. This approach is particularly suited for AI workloads, which do not require ultra-low latency like video streaming. By targeting areas with abundant but underutilized power, known as “stranded power,” the…

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Experts Talk K-12 EdTech Leadership Priorities
K-12 EdTech Leadership Needs a Bigger Seat at the Table to Overcome Cybersecurity, Staffing, Professional Development Challenges
May 20, 2024

As we navigate the evolving landscape of K-12 education, the role of technology, as well as K-12 edtech leadership has never been more pivotal. Especially in the era of K-12 education post-pandemic, how has this influx of technology solutions for everything from curriculum management, to hybrid learning, to quiz gamification, to AI-supported learning, impacted…

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energy reporting
Energy Reporting for Utilities & Businesses Isn’t Just for Transparency. It’s for Energy & Cost Savings, Too.
May 20, 2024

As cities and states increasingly implement energy benchmarking, disclosure, and transparency mandates, utilities and businesses find themselves navigating a complex landscape of compliance and opportunity. The rise of building performance standards, such as New York’s Local Law 97, Boston’s Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO), and Denver’s Energize Denver, underscores the urgency for detailed…

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The Remote Culture: Balancing Technology and Humanity
June 29, 2020

The shift to remote work is a familiar topic these days, but it didn’t just start when the pandemic hit. Thomas Waite, CEO of K16 Solutions, an education technology firm, shared his thoughts about remote work’s past, present, and future. “We’ve felt little impact, as we’ve been a remote team for years. I’ve had the…

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DroneUp and UPS Test Unmanned Systems for Coronavirus Response
April 21, 2020

LAWRENCEVILLE, Virginia, April 21, 2020 – DroneUp recently partnered with UPS (NYSE:UPS) and subsidiary UPS Flight Forward (UPSFF) with Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), and Workhorse Group in tests designed to determine how unmanned aerial systems can assist medical professionals in their fight to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. As healthcare practitioners nationwide…

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How Drone Companies Can Thrive in the Face of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Drones in America
April 15, 2020

Welcome to this week’s episode of “Drones in America,” a MarketScale podcast hosted by Grant Guillot. Guillot leads the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Practice Team for Adams and Reese, a law firm that practices across the Southern U.S. and in Washington, D.C. On “Drones in America,” Guillot and industry leaders, influencers and experts explore the rapidly growing commercial drone industry…

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A Look Through the Lens: When A Sport Becomes A Science with Captain James Marko of Goliathfishing.com
November 27, 2019

Sports are, generally speaking, the first experience people have with teamwork and competition. On this episode of A Look Through the Lens podcast, Captain James Marko, charter captain and TV host of Goliathfishing.com, sat down with host Sean Heath to discuss the transformation of fishing from a leisure activity to a research-heavy career. Athletic…

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MarketScale Education Technology Study
October 17, 2018

Technology influences American secondary education as it never has before. The campus and the classroom are more connected than ever. Sophisticated audio-visual technologies allow administrations to rapidly broadcast information, and faculties to stimulate informed debate and collaboration in their student bodies. Advances in construction drive the development of new educational, residential, and recreational facilities. Despite…

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