The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) clarified some confusion on its National Coverage Determinations (NCDs) and Local Coverage Determinations (NCDs) this week.
HER2 Testing Guide Clarifies Rules, Process
Oncologists should determine HER2 status for every invasive breast cancer, including recurrent disease and adhere to specific histologic criteria to define results, according to an updated clinical gu
Microsoft Updates and Clarifies Its Windows 10 Plans
NEWS ANALYSIS: Most current users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will get a free update to Windows 10, but there are some exceptions.
Crosswalk Light Tutorial
I was in the town of Manhasset on Long Island a couple of weekends ago and noticed this crosswalk light tutorial affixed to a pole. My reaction was very similar to the eye-rolling I do while reading...
Torch Scholars light the way
“A force for good.” That’s the phrase featured speaker Dennis Shaughnessy, executive professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at Northeastern, used to describe the…
Lessons in Keeping Kindergarten Lesson-Light
Kindergarten is a transformational year for its wee little students. Near-toddlers turning into big-kids. There are many transitions during kindergarten to ready these little people for what’s ahead..
Microsoft finally sheds light on Windows 10 telemetry
This morning’s revelations about Win10 Creators Update snooping (finally!) sheds light on your privacy, but there's a whole lotta snoopin' goin' on
On Living: Why I’m Walking in Light The Night
On September 6, 2016, I shared my story as a Leukemia survivor with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) to support the “Light The Night” Toronto event. I’m honored to be the co-chair of Light The Night Toronto, an event sponsored by LLSC to help raise funds for research and promote how the organization …
New Way to Turn Electricity into Light Using Graphene
Mon, 06/13/2016 - 9:50am Comments Graphene sheet model, 3D illustration When an airplane begins to move faster than the speed of sound, it creates a shockwave that produces a well-known "boom" of sound. Now, researchers at MIT and elsewhere have discovered a similar process in a sheet of graphene, in which a flow of electric current can, under certain circumstances, exceed the speed of slowed-down light…
How to Motivate a Bored Board — Light a Fire
By Kelly Medwick, EVP of Business Development at Firespring There are a million reasons why any one particular nonprofit board member may stall out. Maybe they got promoted at their day job and their responsibilities grew. Or maybe their family grew, and they’re knee-deep in diapers and onesies. Maybe they’re on several boards, and their …
How Blue Light Damages Cells In Your Eyes
New research shows that when blue light hits a molecule called retinal, it triggers a cascade of chemical reactions that can kill cells in retina of the eye
Optical Fibers Light Way for Brain-like Computing
Wed, 03/11/2015 - 12:36pm Comments by University of Southampton Computers that function like the human brain could soon become a reality thanks to new research using optical fibers made of specialty glass, which has the potential to allow faster and smarter optical computers capable of learning and evolving. Researchers have demonstrated how neural networks and synapses in the brain can be reproduced, with optical pulses as…
Casper Glow smart light review: clever, but not smart
A smart light with a thoughtful purpose, but lacking some key features
Microsoft reveals new Windows 10 light theme
100 Educational Activities about Light and Photonics
Learn about the wonders of light and photonics by using these 100 educational activities.
How good are low light photos with the Sony Xperia Z5? [SAMPLE]
When a phone manufacturer takes to Twitter with a triumphant exclamation of categorical victory, we pay close attention. Not because we believe every word uttered from PR-driven social accounts, but because if they've got the guts to support their claims with photographic proof, we've got a perfectly official specimen worth critically examining. That's why a tweet from one of Sony's Official accounts turned our head today…
Smart cities: When a light is more than a light and a bus is more than a bus
There’s no master list of smart city use cases primarily because, in the right context, nearly anything could contribute to a smart city. However, some of the major ones that ...
Why Some Best Products Never See the Light of the Day
Parimala Hariprasad is the author of this blog and she is one of the thought leaders in "Software Testing" space.
CMS sheds new light on ICD-10 after grace period ends
The agency posted answers to pressing questions for coders and hospitals to consider when the year of flexibility end on Oct. 1, 2016.
Something—we’re not sure what—is radically dimming a star’s light
No satisfying explanations, but guesses range from comets to colliding planets.