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Amulet, Atrial Fibrillation, Afib, a-fib, Left Atrial Appendage, LAA, blood thinning medication, Blood Thinners, Blood Clots, Stroke, stroke reducing device, Clinical Trial, Investigational Device, Abnormal Heart Rhythm, Watchman, Manish Shah, Sarfraz Durrani, MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, AMPLATZER Amulet, Electrophy

First in Northeast Region to Implant Investigational Stroke-Reducing Device

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MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute uses a new therapy option for patients at an increased risk of stroke due to atrial fibrillation, as part of a nationwide clinical trial.

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DHS S&T Awards Applied Visions, Inc. $16.3M for Threat Management Tool

DHS S&T awarded Applied Visions, Inc. of Northport, New York a $16,339,743 contract to develop a Unified Threat Management (UTM) system that will help software developers better analyze code for cyber vulnerabilities.

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DHS S&T Invites Counter UAS Developers to Submit Tech for Assessment

A Request for Information – Participation (RFIP) was released for the 2017 Technical Assessment of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Technologies in Cities (TACTIC) program.

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New 3D Technology Improves Patient Care for Complex Kidney Surgeries

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Surgeons at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City use 3D technology, including glasses-free 3D monitors in the operating room, to care for patient with unusual kidney anatomy.

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Experts to Discuss Trolls, Bots, and Fake News at South Big Data Hub Roundtable

Four experts will participate in a roundtable discussion that will be broadcast as a free webcast on March 9 and explore how trolls, bots, and fake news are shaping conversations and shifting public discourse in an online environment.

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Biological and Environmental Research, biological and environmental sciences, Climate Science, Energy, Water, water and energy flux, Environmental Science, Environmental science & technology, environmental science and technology, energy for water, Modeling, integrated assessment, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, PNNL, Joint Genome Institute, JGI, Gl

Estimating Global Energy Use for Water-Related Processes

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Scientists find that water-related energy consumption is increasing across the globe, with pronounced differences across regions and sectors.

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Surveillance Leak First of Many Without System Overhaul

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Consumers Should Worry About Hacking, Basic Privacy, According to Virginia Tech’s IT Security Officer

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Using Game Theory to Predict Cyberattacks on Elections and Voting Machines

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America’s president isn’t the only one considering the possibility of rigged elections. Vanderbilt University’s Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, spent much of last year researching how and why someone would want to tamper with an election and then developing an algorithm to protect against those efforts.

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Towards Mastering Terahertz Waves?

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The terahertz waves span frequency ranges between the infrared spectrum (used, for example, for night vision) and gigahertz waves (which find their application, among other, in Wi-Fi connections).







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