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Russian researchers offer novel hardware-based modelling approach for multi-robot tasks

Technological revolution means robots no longer are the song of the future. The Governor of the Bank of England predicts today that up to half of British workforce face redundancy in the imminent ‘second machine age’.  No wonder, the research of multi-robot systems generates serious buzz both for promising (albeit at times scary) results and for their application prospects in the real world.

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Russian researchers offer novel hardware-based modelling approach for multi-robot tasks

Technological revolution means robots no longer are the song of the future. The Governor of the Bank of England predicts today that up to half of British workforce face redundancy in the imminent ‘second machine age’.  No wonder, the research of multi-robot systems generates serious buzz both for promising (albeit at times scary) results and for their application prospects in the real world.

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MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute Offers Fully Dissolving Heart Stent

Washington, D.C., August 30, 2016 – A heart stent that slowly dissolves into the body is now available for patients with clogged arteries. MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute became the first in the Baltimore-Washington area to offer the Absorb scaffold, the first bioresorbable stent recently approved by the FDA. MedStar Heart was one of the top enrollers in the pivotal clinical trial that led to the scaffold’s approval.

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Henry Ford Hospital Cardiologist Receives National Award, Performs 100th Pioneering Transcaval Heart Procedure in Detroit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DETROIT – The National Institutes of Health has awarded Detroit cardiologist Adam Greenbaum, M.D., for his pioneering work on the novel transcaval heart procedure.Greenbaum, co-director of the Henry Ford Center for Structural Heart Disease, has received the prestigious 2017 Orloff Award from the NIH’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

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Henry Ford Health System Names New Chair of Neurology Department

DETROIT Feb. 7, 2017 – Henry Ford Health System has appointed its new Chair of the Department of Neurology. Stephan Mayer, M.D., F.C.C.M., joined the health system effective Feb. 1, 2017.Mayer joins Henry Ford from Mount Sinai Health System in New York, where he served as the Director of Neurocritical Care and was also the Founding Director of the Institute for Critical Care Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine.

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Doctoring the soil

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Susan V. Fisk, Public Relations Director, 608-273-8091, sfisk@sciencesocieties.orgConservation agriculture offers tired soil remediesMay 3, 2017 - When you are tired or hungry, you’re not as productive. You may need to rest or eat. If you push yourself too far, you may get ill.Soil gets tired and hungry, too.

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Cowpeas are the answer. What’s the question?

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Susan V. Fisk, Public Relations Director, 608-273-8091, sfisk@sciencesocieties.orgCowpeas bring benefits to soil, farmers, consumersAug. 31, 2016 - Available cropland, and the growing season, is limited. Strained soils are in need of rejuvenation. Water can be scarce. Yet the world’s nutritional needs continue to grow, along with its population.

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Hope for food-allergic students transitioning to college

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Susan V. Fisk, Public Relations Director, 608-273-8091, sfisk@sciencesocieties.orgCowpeas bring benefits to soil, farmers, consumersAug. 31, 2016 - Available cropland, and the growing season, is limited. Strained soils are in need of rejuvenation. Water can be scarce. Yet the world’s nutritional needs continue to grow, along with its population.

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The study was recently published in the Journal of Quaternary Science. Anderson studies paleoecology and climate history to understand how ecosystems change over a long period of time.

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