Judy Wieber: From her heart to your palm.

App-maker Science Mobility ready for its close-up

By GREGORY ZELLER // Judy Wieber remembers computing when reel-to-reel mainframes filled entire rooms. Now she’s putting the power in palms through a series of high-minded data-sharing apps, with a shot at a television gig that could put East Islip startup Science Mobility LLC on the virtual map. Wieber, a former Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory science librarian and grant writer, has survived the first cut for “Planet of the Apps,” an unscripted reality-TV competition series…

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Five LI hospitals among Most Wired

Five Long Island hospitals have been named “Most Wired” by the American Hospital Association’s Health Forum. The Most Wired survey, conducted between Jan. 15 and March 15, is a leading industry barometer measuring information technology use and adoption among hospitals nationwide. In this year’s survey, 680 participants representing an estimated 2,146 hospitals participated. Long Island Jewish, North Shore University, Southside, Stony Brook and Winthrop were singled out for the honor. The survey examines how organizations are…

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Perhaps a bloody Mary: Professor Zachary Lippman brings massive tomato knowledge -- and knowledge of massive tomatoes -- to CSHL's Cocktails & Chromosomes, Aug. 4, Finley's of Huntington.

Even more stuff we’re thinking about going to

Show and tell: LISTnet technology showcase, July 25, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Digital Ballpark in Plainview. Ground forces: Long Island Capital Alliance and NYIT present the next installment of their Entrepreneur Educational & Mentoring Series, “Growing Your Business from the Ground Up: Valuable Advice From Experts,” July 26, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center, NYIT Old Westbury. LICA members $10, non-members $15, register here. Science meets spirits: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory hosts…

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