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Booz Allen Leadership Extends Services to 10 Non-Profits

Booz Allen Hamilton leadership excellence program conducted its annual reach-out activities over the summer with senior associates partnering with local and national non-profit organizations to share expert advice and extend consultancy services. The initiative has been part of the company’s lineup of activities for three years, giving top management an …

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Erik Buice on Accelerating Scientific Discovery Through Bioinformatics, the Goals of Northrop’s Health IT Partnerships & Applying an Engineering Approach to Healthcare Innovation

Erik Buice leads Northrop Grumman‘s health systems management unit as vice president and leads a team of more than 800 personnel who help federal health agencies manage their information technology systems. Buice’s career has included stops at firms ranging from large to small, including IT and consulting roles at companies …

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NASA, Johns Hopkins APL to Launch Earth Radiometer CubeSat in 2015; Bill Swartz Comments

NASA and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory are building a miniature satellite with the goal of helping scientists quantify Earth’s energy imbalance. The Radiometer Assessment Using Vertically Aligned Nanotubes cubesat is scheduled for a 2015 launch and will contain technology built to measure the radiation being emitted from the …

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Johns Hopkins APL, Howard County Economic Development Authority Ink Tech Transfer Pact

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and the Howard County Economic Development Authority have forged a transfer partnership to market APL-developed technologies. APL and HCEDA aim to establish new companies that will work to commercialize technologies the partners will pick based on their market potential, Johns Hopkins said Thursday. Ken …

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