Washington, DC - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $1.87 million for seven projects to advance innovation in U.S. manufacturing through high performance computing. Part of DOE's High Performance Computing for Manufacturing (HPC4Mfg) program, the seven new public private partnerships will enable greater collaboration between DOE national labs and the U.S. manufacturing industry.

Washington, DC - CellMark Biopharma, LLC and its CEO have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they made false or unsupported claims regarding two health products they marketed as effective treatments for cancer patients’ malnutrition and “chemo fog,” or treatment-related cognitive dysfunction.

Yokosuka, Japan - U.S. Navy's Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV) deployed the team to Japan in December to embark a contracted salvage vessel and proceed to the crash site at sea. Once on station, highly skilled operators searched for the aircraft's emergency relocation pinger with a U.S. Navy-owned towed pinger locator (TPL-25) system.

Washington, DC - The ruling mullahs of Iran may be able to silence anti-government protestors but they cannot win their hearts and minds.  The people want an Iranian Republic, not an Islamic Republic.  And you can make book on the fact that the latest unrest that rocked that nation over the New Year's weekend will continue, notwithstanding the brutality of the country's security forces.

Washington, DC - Nanophotonic devices have direct applications for use in ultra-high resolution microscopes, solar energy harvesting, optical computing and targeted medical therapies.

Maumee, Ohio - aboutGolf and its new leadership team had a busy fourth quarter preparing for this month's Consumer Electronic Show, International Builders Show and the PGA Merchandise show.  Each show will include the PGA TOUR simulator and its new 1400 series technology with enhanced graphics and increased accuracy.