Total 16 Posts
A new regenerative tissue therapy allows children born without the gland that produces white blood cells to develop sufficient immune support.
The new investment comes in an effort to harness the power of the data revolution as part of an ongoing NSF program to identify and support emerging opportunities for U.S. leadership in science and technology.
In the digital age, “break glass in case of emergency” may signal a need to “send in the computer experts.” The NSCS’s volunteer subject-matter experts would resemble the Civil Reserve Air Fleet and the Merchant Marines.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded more than $36 million to three institutions to conduct research and develop vaccines that can provide broad immunity to coronaviruses such as COVID-19.
Moving forward, the two sides set up 10 working groups to hammer out concrete plans on issues ranging from technology standards to climate-tech, data governance, and technology platforms.
The Civic Innovation Challenge seeds community-based solutions to the issues of mobility—specifically traveling between affordable housing and jobs—and climate resilience to better prepare communities for natural disasters.
The joint services sponsored a challenge competition that began in April with a call for white papers from small-business and non-traditional international industry.