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The NIH Research Festival is held every fall, and a major feature is the Poster Sessions, where over 100 research posters are displayed at each of...
Grade the severity of stroke signs.
The NIH Handheld User Group (HUG) (http://hug.sig.nih.gov/) invites you to join us for the 2011 Handheld User Group Expo...
The National Institute of Health Stroke Scale is now commonly used by neurologists, emergency room physicians, nurses, and other medical personnel...
NIH Guide Prototype. Not finished yet.
A quick access reference tool for learning and using the NIH Stroke Scale.
Home office product database from the National Institutes of Health. This is a searchable app containing the health effects and first aid...
The official app for the 15th Annual NIH SBIR/STTR Conference
The NIH Office of Technology Transfer is proud to announce one of NIHs first iPhone app! This app provides real time streaming of information on...
Step by step administration of the new NIH Stroke Scale with automatic scoring. Includes full clinical images and instructions for...
CureCrowd aggregates the experiences of others by letting them score the usefulness of various treatments from 0 (no help) to 4 (cured).
Add "pollution intake" to your quantified-self profile. A prize-winning system calculates particulate matter inhaled and transmits the data in real time via Bluetooth.
Drive-by downloads are the preferred method for delivering malware, overtaking the use of spam and e-mail attachments, Dasient says.
Tired of generic search results? Blekko's engine and philosophy really is different.
Department of Commerce launches "i6 Challenge," offering up to $1 million to each of six winning teams with best ideas to commercialize technology.
Electrical engineers at Tel Aviv University develop a mathematical algorithm that enables hearing aids to filter out background noise.
CNET's US offices are closed today but we have a special episode for you. We had so many great submissions to our 1000th episode, we couldn't fit all the clips in the show and do everything else we wanted. So, today, you get all the clips. Or at least m
Dr. Kiki from This Week in Science joins us to talk tech and science and we realize that we will all soon wear solar-powered Gundam suits and travel the Earth. That is until they become self-aware and eject us and kill us all.
Scariest kids' toy we've seen in a while is essentially a Game Boy modified to distract kids while they're pumped full of nitrous oxide to knock them unconscious for dental surgery.
A National Institutes of Health laptop housing seven years worth of clinical studies on 2,500 patients is stolen, potentially exposing sensitive information.