Tag Archives: University of Florida

Lockheed to Update Exoskeleton Tech for Army Field Tests

Lockheed Martin will update components of a company-developed exoskeleton for use in U.S. Army demonstrations under a two-year, $6.9M contract from the military branch’s Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. The University of Florida will evaluate Onyx updates ahead of soldier demonstrations that NSRDEC plans to conduct next year, Lockheed said Thursday. …

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NASA Selects 8 Universities to Participate in Small Spacecraft Projects

NASA has chosen eight university teams to work with the agency’s engineers and scientists on two-year projects to develop new small spacecraft technologies. The space agency said Saturday these collaborations aim to create small, lightweight spacecraft that could support science, exploration and space operations. NASA chose from a variety of submitted proposals …

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DataDirect Networks Storage App to Support Researchers Managing Large-Scale Bioinformatics Workloads; Aaron Gardner Comments

DataDirect Networks has been selected by the University of Florida to provide an integrated storage appliance to academic researchers for managing large-scale bioinformatics and life sciences workloads, Datanami reported Dec. 5. Alex Woodie writes the University of Florida’s Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research wanted a converged infrastructure that is built …

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DDN to Help Univ. Of Florida Install Storage Infrastructure for Biotech Research; Aaron Gardner Comments

DataDirect Networks‘ converged storage platform has been selected by a research center at the University of Florida to manage large sets of life sciences data. The university’s Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research uses the DDN Storage Fusion Architecture with GRIDScaler filesystem to help scientists access, analyze and share big data …

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Kroll Ontrack Introduces Online Program for Legal Professionals

Photo: texomarealtor.com Kroll Ontrack recently introduced an online classroom for the E-Discovery Training Program. The program provides law students, attorneys and legal professionals educational discussions, trends, challenges and case law pertaining to electronic evidence. “E-Discovery education serves as the survival guide to modern litigation and is an absolute necessity for …

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Tracking Botnets Just Got Harder

Security researchers often use ‘honey-pots’, computers without anti-virus protection containing monitoring software, to conduct research on botnets. The honey-pot computer becomes infected with a virus that would turn it into part of the botnet. However, the system is set up so the commands sent to the computer are monitored and …

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