No ‘military heroes’ left behind

A battalion of special guests – including a shining example of med-tech innovation – helped Northwell Health salute the Memorial Day holiday this week. Held Thursday at the system’s New Hyde Park headquarters, Northwell Health’s Fifth Annual Military Memorial Luncheon was designed to honor those who served and celebrate Armed Forces veterans who are back on the job – including one retired U.S. Marine who lost a leg in Afghanistan, but is back on his…

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Big investment, tiny particles and a giant leap for BNL

BY MICHAEL FAIRLIE // Brookhaven National Laboratory is stepping up its electromicroscopy game, in a big way. The fiscal year 2017 New York State budget includes $15 million for the Upton laboratory to purchase and install a cryo-electron microscope, which will work in tandem with the National Synchrotron Light Source II, the world’s brightest synchrotron light source. The Cryo-EM will be the backbone of BNL’s new Long Island Facility for Electromicroscopy, a national user facility…

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Where data ends, the real business intelligence begins

By GREGORY ZELLER // In the Big Data era, simply having data isn’t enough – it’s what you do with it that counts. That’s the thinking behind SFL Scientific LLC, a 2015 startup that puts the intelligence in “business intelligence” by not only crunching numbers, but helping clients understand what the algorithms and other data-driven discoveries really mean – and how best to capitalize on them. Technically headquartered in Boston, but with the bulk of…

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