Ultra Safe Nuclear Seeks to Deploy Next Generation Micro Modular Reactors in Idaho and Illinois by 2026

The Micro Modular Reactor (MMR™) system from Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation is a 4th Generation nuclear energy system that delivers safe, clean, and cost-effective electricity and heat.

The Micro Modular Reactor (MMR™) system from Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation is a 4th Generation nuclear energy system that delivers safe, clean, and cost-effective electricity and heat.

SEATTLE, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation ( USNC ) is proposing to partner with Idaho National Laboratory (INL), the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and U.S. Industry to deploy Ultra Safe Nuclear Micro Modular Reactors ( MMR ™) in the U.S. for the purpose of demonstrating secure power, heat, and experimental capabilities leading to deployment and global export of USNC’s advanced U.S. nuclear energy technology. The USNC-led team seeks to demonstrate integrated energy systems (IES) with renewables and other clean energy technologies at INL, and to provide training and experimental capabilities

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This Is The Technology Team Penske Is Using To Keep Itself Safe In The IndyCar Paddock

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Photo: Matt Fraver / IndyCar Media

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way a lot of folks interact with the world around them, and that’s had a big impact on the racing world. Fans have often been forced to watch from home while some series either test everyone in its “bubble” religiously or hope that everyone will follow the honor system to report health issues. It’s been the same situation in IndyCar—but now Team Penske is utilizing its relationship with sponsor Hitachi to make the paddock just a little bit safer.

On Thursday, we had a chance to chat with Justin Bean, who focuses on marketing Hitachi Vantara’s smart spaces technology. Basically, smart spaces utilize video analytics and lidar to evaluate the ways people move within a space. So, as Bean noted, it has been used to great effect in stadiums to let people know where the shortest

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Tech Talk: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it can help keep you safe – Business – seacoastonline.com

First and foremost, I want to let readers know this will be my final Tech Talk column for Seacoast Media Group. For the last 14 years, I’ve tried to share timely and informative columns about technology that will help businesses and individuals better take advantage of the incredible capabilities that technology provides us all.

Can you imagine navigating the current pandemic without technology? No remote work, no remote learning, no virtual events, no family Zoom or FaceTime. The list goes on and on.

I hope you’ve benefited from what I’ve shared over the years. I appreciate the feedback and questions I’ve received from many of you. I also want to thank the editorial team at Seacoast Media Group, specifically Rick Fabrizio for always keeping me on track and supporting this column. Lastly, I want to thank all of you for reading. It’s been my pleasure to share my passion with

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Safe Blood for All! Launch of Blood.live by Bharath HealthCare P LIMITED, HealthTech division of Kotii Group of Technology Ventures R&D

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], 8 October (ANI/Connect360PR): Bharath HealthCare P LIMITED, HealthTech division of Kotii Group launched BLOOD.live – A Real-time lifesaving platform with a core purpose of empowering crores of people across the world to save lives of family, friends, people around us who are fighting for life in the need of blood in real-time.

Blood.live app which is available free of cost on both Android and iOS platforms enables us to raise a need of blood anytime anywhere in India and across the world. This technologically sophisticated platform is made easy for people to use like any other real-time platforms such as OLA, Uber where you share your necessity of blood, location and needed details.

Blood.live is empowered by Mirracle Artificial Intelligence Engine – home grown HealthTech innovation of Bharath HealthCare bringing in the unique innovations such as Safe Blood for All, Blood Network, Boost Request, Golden Hour, Verified

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Federal Safe to Work legislation receives support from the Northern Virginia Technology Council

The measure was introduced earlier this year to offer business protection from potential COVID-19 litigation. Opposition groups feel as though the measure could limit responsibility as businesses reopen amid an ongoing pandemic.

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As businesses begin to reopen, many companies are introducing measures to ensure public safety amid the pandemic, including limited indoor capacities, mandated mask guidelines, temperature checks, and more. At the same time, a number of employers have been sued by the families of employees who contracted the coronavirus. This risk of coronavirus-related litigation has spurred members of Congress to introduce legislation.

Sen. John Cornyn introduced the Safeguarding America’s Frontline Employees to Offer Work Opportunities Required to Kickstart the Economy (Safe to Work Act on July 27. On Thursday, the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), announced its support of the legislation, stating that the bill protects businesses from coronavirus-related litigation as companies reopen.

“Liability exposure protections are

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A PC gaming site had to ban political troll mods for games, because nowhere is safe

NexusMods, a large platform and gathering place for modding PC games, has banned all content relating to the U.S. elections following a flood of troll content, saying “we’ve decided to wipe our hands clean of this mess.” Not exactly headline news, no, but a reminder that the toxic behavior frequently seen (and blamed) on social media is pervasive even in niches where politics would seem to be completely irrelevant.

“Modding” (as in modifying) is the practice of creating new content for games that players can then install on their own, for example adding new levels or characters, or adjusting the interface or difficulty. NexusMods is one of the larger collections of such mods and a lively community.

Unfortunately, even something as simple as a way to add decorative tapestries to Skyrim is a proxy political battleground, with numerous mods appearing to, for example, replace generic enemies in a game with

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Autonomous Trucks Are Here. Are They Safe?

Attorney Jonathan C. Reiter NYC Truck Accident Lawyer

Located in Manhattan and serving truck accident victims throughout New York, Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC helps injury victims and their families obtain financial compensation for serious tractor-trailer accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, delivery truck accidents and many other truck accidents throughout New York. We do not rest until justice is served.
Located in Manhattan and serving truck accident victims throughout New York, Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC helps injury victims and their families obtain financial compensation for serious tractor-trailer accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, delivery truck accidents and many other truck accidents throughout New York. We do not rest until justice is served.
Located in Manhattan and serving truck accident victims throughout New York, Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC helps injury victims and their families obtain financial compensation for serious tractor-trailer accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, delivery truck accidents and many other truck accidents throughout New York. We do not rest until justice is served.

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Stop politicizing coronavirus. Look to science, facts to stay safe.

Nick Turkal
Published 9:00 a.m. CT Sept. 25, 2020

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For most of us around the world, the last six months have been, to say the least, difficult and confusing. And now many of us are experiencing “pandemic fatigue.” As a physician, I’m frequently asked by family, friends and colleagues, “How are you staying healthy during the pandemic?”

First, let’s set aside the politics of the issue. In a presidential election year, it is no surprise that issues around the pandemic have become political. Perhaps the surprise is how political every aspect has become. I prefer to look at the evolving facts.

As a physician and scientist, my personal decisions and recommendations to friends, families and patients are based on science. While the knowledge and science on this pandemic have continued to evolve, there are some things that we know. We should use these facts, and the recommendations that flow

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Light therapy safe and may benefit patients with TBI, study shows — ScienceDaily

Light therapy is safe and has measurable effects in the brain, according to a pioneering study by researchers from the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Senior investigators Rajiv Gupta, MD, PhD, director of the Ultra-High Resolution Volume CT Lab at MGH and Benjamin Vakoc, PhD, at the Wellman Center led the study, which was supported by a grant from the Department of Defense (DOD) and published in JAMA Network Open September 14th.

This study is one of the first, if not the first, prospective, randomized, interventional clinical trials of near-infrared, low-level light therapy (LLLT) in patients who recently suffered a moderate brain injury. If further trials support these findings, light therapy could become the first widely-accepted treatment for this type of injury.

TBI is the leading cause of traumatic injury worldwide, and an estimated 69 million people experience such an injury every year. However, there are

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