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ATLAS RESEARCH: Atlas Research Partners with Veterans Health Administration on Innovation Experience

Atlas Research is partnering with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Innovation Ecosystem on Innovation Experience (iEx), an event showcasing pioneering innovations transforming Veteran care, to be held October 22-23 at the National Press Club.

AMERICAN ACTION NETWORK: Launches $2.5 Million Campaign Opposing Socialist Price Controls in Medicare Part D

The American Action Network today launched a $2.5 million mail, digital and radio advertising campaign across 35 congressional districts urging Congress to reject calls for socialist price controls in Medicare Part D.

ATLAS RESEARCH: Atlas Research Moderates Grand Hack Panel of VHA, MIT and Samsung Healthcare Innovators

Atlas Research’s Chief Healthcare Transformation Officer, Dr. Kenneth W. Kizer, moderated a panel on Aug. 1 on the critical role public/private partnerships play in accelerating health care innovations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Hacking Medicine Grand Hack.

ATLAS RESEARCH: Atlas Research Provides Health and Humans Services with Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence Support to Better Identify Health Threats

Atlas Research, in partnership with Dovel Technologies, is providing the Department of Health and Human Services with intelligent automation and artificial intelligence services that will help quickly and effectively identify health threats.

AMTRAK: Amtrak Completes Refresh of Acela Interiors

Amtrak has completed an extensive refresh of its train interiors on the entire Acela fleet, which travels along the Northeast Corridor (NEC) between Boston and Washington, D.C.

BIOTECHNOLOGY INNOVATION ORGANIZATION (BIO): BIO Submits Comments Supportive of EPA Plan to Allow Year-Round Use of E15

The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) today submitted comments supportive of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Proposed Rulemaking for Modifications to Fuel Regulations to Provide Flexibility for E15 and to Elements of the Renewable Identification Number (RIN) Compliance System,” which would allow for year-round use of gasoline blended with up to 15 percent ethanol.

BAKER & MCKENZIE LLP: Intapp Announces Expansion of Baker McKenzie Relationship with CRM Deal

Intapp, a leading provider of business applications for professional services firms, today announced that Baker McKenzie, one of the world’s largest law firms, has selected Intapp's DealCloud CRM platform to manage its client development activities and help achieve the firm’s growth objectives.

EVANS & CHAMBERS TECHNOLOGY: AWS DeepLens and Machine Learning TechTalk

At this week’s Tech Talk, Jim Davis, a senior software developer for Evans and Chambers Technology, shared some of his experiences at the 2018 Amazon Web Services Re:Invent conference.

College of Congress, a congressional internship support group, is among 'Renewal Awards' finalists

A D.C.-based group that helps Pell Grant-eligible students secure congressional internships is one of 15 nonprofits in the U.S. selected to be finalists in The Atlantic and Allstate's "The Renewal Awards," according to a recent press release.

CLEANCHOICE ENERGY: How Reliable is Renewable Energy in the Winter?

Across the U.S., winter weather has wreaked havoc on many communities recently.

CLEANCHOICE ENERGY: Community Solar is on the Rise and CleanChoice Energy Offers It

A recent study found that 50 to 75 percent of U.S. consumers don’t have access to solar energy through rooftop installations on their homes

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY: Despite Significant Increases in Telehealth Participation, Underserved Populations Still Use Telehealth Options Least

Despite a substantial increase in the overall use of telehealth services, underserved populations continue to use telehealth options least, according to a new study by the George Washington University Health Workforce Institute.

CLEANCHOICE ENERGY: Solar: Powered by Community

The benefits of solar power are clear—cleaner energy and a more sustainable electrical grid.

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY: Life-Saving Device Being Developed by Grad Student with Heart, Lung Damage

A graduate student who suffers from life-threatening heart and lung damage is working on a wearable device that would alert people when their vital signs go out of normal range and call 911 for help.

CLEAN CHOICE ENERGY: Solar Brightfields Make Toxic Land Usable Again

Aerial view of a large industrial area that is now being used as a solar farm.

CLEANCHOICE ENERGY: Healthy Air, Healthy Lungs: Breathing is Easier with Clean Energy

Air pollution caused directly by burning fossil fuels and indirectly by climate change poses one of the biggest health risks on the planet toda

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