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3M Chairman, CEO, Mike Roman, Releases Update on N95 Respirators in Light of COVID-19 Pandemic

3M chairman and CEO Mike Roman has issued an update concerning the progress of the company’s capacity of N95 respirators and measures to combat price gouging and counterfeiting, and new partnerships to help protect healthcare workers, the company announced on Wednesday

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C3.ai Releases New Data Sets for Researchers to Expedite COVID-19 Solution; Shankar Sastry, Thomas Siebel Quoted

C3.ai has announced that the company will make a unified, federated, open data image of critical COVID-19 data publicly available at no cost to the global research community beginning on April 13, 2020, C3.ai announced on Wednesday

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CenturyLink Donates Internet Services to Support Emergency Healthcare Facilities Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak; Ed Morche Quoted

CenturyLink has donated high-speed internet connections to temporary hospital facilities to help improve the effectiveness of the nation's healthcare system, the company announced on Wednesday.

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NOAA to Expand Use of Unmanned Platforms for Environment Data Collection

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has unveiled an effort to increase agencywide adoption of unmanned airborne and maritime platforms designed to collect environmental data. NOAA said Tuesday it will establish the Unmanned Systems Operations Program within the agency's marine and aviation operations office.

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DOE to Fund Marine Energy Research System Dev’t Projects

The Department of Energy is looking to issue financial assistance awards worth potentially $22M combined to support fundamental research, development and further assessment of marine energy technology platforms.

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NSF’s Dorothy Aronson on How Industry Can Extend Help to Agencies

Dorothy Aronson, chief information officer of the National Science Foundation, said companies seeking to help government agencies during the coronavirus pandemic should keep track of their contacts within those agencies and monitor where their services are being fielded across the government, Federal Times reported Tuesday.

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