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NASA Eyes 15 Space Tech Platforms for Low-Gravity Simulations; Jim Bridenstine Quoted

NASA will immerse 15 new potential space technologies in low-gravity simulating experiments using commercial aircraft, high-altitude balloons and suborbital rockets as part of the Flight Opportunities program. The space agency said Wednesday the effort will help mature the selected technologies for future space operations. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine noted that …

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Jeff Foley: Siemens Contributes to NIST Draft Cybersecurity Guide for Energy Sector

Siemens and the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence have collaborated to craft a cybersecurity practice guide for the energy sector. Siemens said Tuesday the practice guide titled “Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities” suggests various methods for companies to detect and address utility anomalies, investigate events that led to the anomalies …

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Boeing Hands AH-64E Apache Crew Trainer to South Korea’s Army

South Korea’s army has received an aircrew training system from Boeing as part of the country’s $1.6 billion order for 36 company-built AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopters and associated training and logistical support services. Boeing said Monday the Apache Longbow Crew Trainer is equipped with flight software and flight and avionics simulation models designed to generate a training …

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Guest Post: Mel Greer, Senior Fellow & Chief Strategist, on Driving Innovation Via Federal Gamification

Dr. Melvin Greer serves as senior fellow and chief strategist for service-oriented architecture and cloud computing at Lockheed Martin, where he brings more than 25 years of experience leading systems and software engineering efforts to the contractor’s advanced technology office. Greer is a principal investigator in advanced research studies, and …

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Office Policies On Office Pools Murky

March has arrived. Clocks spring forward, days seem longer, temperatures begin their gradual climb upward, and along with spring fever NCAA Madness sets in. Today is bracket day, and offices across the metro area open water cooler betting pools. This year’s tournament is expected to be heavily watched. CBS Sports …

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Get Rid of Gluten?

EHS Corporate Care Busy executives often suffer from stress, exhaustion, headaches and other common maladies – yet, these can also signal gluten intolerance or celiac disease. While gluten sensitivity and celiac disease are considered inherited conditions, sadly, both seem to be on the rise with researchers finding that this dietary …

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