Starry, a wireless home Internet provider, says it has acquired enough spectrum to offer service to 40 million households in more than 25 US states.The company sells 200Mbps Internet service for $50 a month, but it doesn't reveal how many subscribers it has.For 5G, AT and T-Mobile buy $1.8 billion worth of 24GHz spectrum across USTo expand its network, Starry spent $48.5 million on spectrum licenses in the Federal Communications Commission's recent 24GHz auction, as we previously reported.Starry said its new FCC licenses cover the following cities:Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Dayton, and Columbus, Ohio; Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada; San Antonio, Brownsville, Lubbock and El Paso, Texas; Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida; Indianapolis, South Bend, Fort Wayne, and Bloomington, Indiana; Nashville, Chattanooga, and Memphis, Tennessee; Richmond and Virginia Beach, Virginia; Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana; Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin; Birmingham, Huntsville, and Mobile, Alabama; Fayetteville, Greensboro, Charlotte, and Raleigh, North Carolina; Buffalo, Albany, Syracuse, and Rochester, New York; Little Rock, Arkansas; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, Colorado; Louisville, Kentucky; Tucson, Arizona; Springfield, Massachusetts; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Charleston, South Carolina; Jackson, Mississippi; Decatur, Illinois; Wichita, Kansas; Spokane, Washington; and Boise City, Idaho.
That’s why we chose Windows 10 and the Office 365 cloud environment.”- Rabih Hamadeh, Director of Information Technology Infrastructure, Tucson Unified School DistrictTucson Unified, Arizona’s second-largest school district, is a large and diverse mix of 89 elementary, middle, and high schools that educate more than 45,000 students.School leadership and a dedicated IT project team of 10 recognized the need for a robust technology presence years ago and committed to making technology a priority for the district.Blaine Young, Tucson Unified Chief Technology Officer, knows schools must have a forward trajectory of increasingly effective, modern technology or they risk falling behind the technology gap.By embracing modern technology and the cloud environment, Tucson Unified is moving forward on a path of dynamic, sustainable technology for the district.
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TUCSON, Ariz. and AUSTIN, May 2, 2019 -- The Critical Path Institute (C-Path) and CDISC are pleased to announce the release of a global Therapeutic Area Standard, which describes how to use CDISC standards to represent data in research studies pertaining to Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea (CDAD).CDISC Therapeutic Area User Guides (TAUG) provide examples and guidance on implementing CDISC standards to drive operational efficiencies within the organizations that use them, expedite the regulatory review process and reduce time to market.Caused by infection with the bacterial pathogen C. difficile, CDAD, also referred to as Clostridium difficile infection, is a major medical and infection control problem.It is particularly common among the elderly in long-term care or hospital facilities.A 2015 study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that CDAD alone caused almost half a million infections among patients in a single year in the United States."CDAD is a serious public health issue, yet many are unaware of its existence, let alone its gravity," said David R. Bobbitt, CDISC President and CEO.
TUCSON, Ariz. & LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 29, 2019–Radiance Therapeutics, Inc. (RadianceTx ) is pleased to announce the expansion of its core team: Abigail Mackrill, formerly of Ophthalmology Futures Forums and The Ophthalmologist, joins as Director of Business Development and Outreach.James Fazio, MBA, Msc Eng, formerly Global Business Leader for Gore Medical’s Peripheral Vascular business unit, will now serve as Director of Engineering at RadianceTx .Ms Mackrill, Mr Fazio, and Ms Vollmer join the growing RadianceTx team lead by Chief Executive Officer, Laurence Marsteller MD and President and Chief Financial Officer, Harry George, to drive RadianceTx through its next phase of development.The RadianceTx Beta Ophthalmic System is a device solution designed for topical application of beta therapy, currently under development.Dr Marsteller comments “Radiance Therapeutics’ successful recruitment of commercial leaders to our team is due in large part to the exciting opportunity our device presents as a tool that can help ophthalmologists improve surgical outcomes.”
It's hard to stand out in mass-market segments, which is why I've always appreciated it when Hyundai transforms into Weird Hyundai and leans heavy on atypical styling.The automaker is slowly returning to that state with some of its latest debuts, but according to one Hyundai exec, we haven't even hit peak weird yet.The next-generation Hyundai Tucson is going to be a little wild, MotorAuthority reports, citing an interview with Hyundai design VP SangYup Lee."[T]his is only the beginning … the whole world will freak out over [the next-generation Tucson]," Lee told MotorAuthority.Hyundai may refer to its latest design language as "Sensuous Sportiness," I prefer to call it Weird Hyundai, and boy howdy, is Hyundai getting weird with it lately.The Kona subcompact SUV packs a unique squinty face and makes good use of two-tone body cladding, and the yet-smaller Venue adds an extra dash of blockiness.
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The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Foundation congratulates the winning teams in the 2018-2019 Textron Aviation/Raytheon Missile Systems/AIAA Foundation Student Design/Build/Fly (DBF) Competition, held April 11-14, at the Tucson International Modelplex Park Association (TIMPA) Airfield, Tucson, Arizona.The team representing the University of Ljubljana won the event's $2,500 first-place prize, while the team from Georgia Tech won the event's $1,500 second-place prize.The winner of the event's $1,000 third-place prize was Austria's FH Joanneum of Applied Sciences.Out of 104 eligible teams, 77 competed.The competing teams comprised 785 students.There were 96 successful flights, and 26 teams completed all three missions.
TUCSON, Ariz. and AUSTIN, April 16, 2019 -- The Critical Path Institute (C-Path) and CDISC are pleased to announce the release of a global Therapeutic Area Standard that specifies how to structure commonly collected data and outcome measurements in clinical trials for HIV.The standard, released in the form of User Guide for data managers, statisticians, programmers and study managers, covers the areas of prevention, vaccines and treatment and is freely available on the CDISC website.CDISC Therapeutic Area User Guides (TAUG) provide examples and guidance on implementing CDISC standards to drive operational efficiencies within the organizations that use them, expedite the regulatory review process and reduce time to market.HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is one of the world's most serious health and development challenges.According to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), there were approximately 36.9 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2017.Of these, 1.8 million were children (
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has announced the winners of its 2019 technical excellence awards.The following aerospace professionals will be recognized for their outstanding contributions in their field having been chosen by their peers from related AIAA technical committees.Marcus Aldén, a professor at Lund University in Lund, Sweden, is being honored with the 2019 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award for his wide-ranging and pioneering work in developing and applying laser diagnostic techniques, including linear and nonlinear approaches, for study of fundamental and practical combustion.Robert Parks, retired technical fellow of The Boeing Company from San Jose, California, is being presented with the 2019 Aircraft Design Award for a lifetime of novel and innovative aircraft designs including multiple prototypes and the Odysseus and eVTOL personal air vehicle.David Minto, retired technical director of the 96th Test Group at the Air Force Test Center, Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, is being presented the 2019 Chanute Flight Test Award for outstanding contributions to the art, science, and technology of test flight engineering and the capabilities delivered in support of the nation's defense.Hermann Fasel, a professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson, is being presented with the 2019 Fluid Dynamics Award for pioneering innovation and leadership for using computational fluid dynamics as a tool for the scientific analysis of hydrodynamic instability mechanisms, transition to turbulence, and active flow control.
With an average speed of 960 kilometers per hour harvested Gulfstreams model 15 518 km in 15 hours and 23 minutes.the Flight between Singapore and Tucson represents a new record for the privatjetplan.the top of The line G650 accommodates up to 19 people, can fly at 15 544 meters height and has a top speed of Mach 0,85.the Scope of the standard is a 12 964 miles, but G650ER – where the extension stands for Extended Range – capable officially 13 890 kilometers.Now have version hit a new speed record for privatjetplan, and at the same time expanded the scope of the model.Gulfstream conducted a flight between Singapore and Tucson, Arizona.
DARPA wants to be able to launch anywhere, any time, and several times in a row.Not for Vector Space, Virgin Orbit, and an unnamed startup that just qualified to take place in the agency’s Launch Challenge, which will push their responsive and mobile launch capabilities to the limit.In the challenge, the teams will be notified that they need to launch a payload to orbit from a given location only days beforehand.The winning team will receive up to $12M, with $11M and $10M available to the runners up, depending on how they perform.“Today, most military and government launches are national events that are planned years in advance and require large, fixed infrastructure,” said DARPA program manager Todd Master in a release.“We want to move to a more risk-accepting philosophy and a much faster pace so we can put assets into space at the speed of warfighter needs.”
The qualification of the ADSD and the ANSD represents a major milestone for the PRO Consortium and specifically for the Asthma Working Group.It is the culmination of a multi-year collaboration between FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) and the PRO Consortium.The ADSD and the ANSD are each 6-item, PRO measures developed to document the core symptoms of asthma in adults and adolescents with a clinical diagnosis of mild to severe persistent asthma."Asthma symptoms have a substantial impact on patients, including limiting the ability to participate in daily activities and disrupting sleep.The qualification of the ADSD and the ANSD is a significant advance in our ability to document the patient's experience of asthma symptoms in clinical trials," stated Linda Nelsen, MHS, Senior Director and Head, Patient Centered Outcomes, Value Evidence and Outcomes, at GlaxoSmithKline and co-chair of the PRO Consortium's Asthma Working Group.Thus, the ADSD and ANSD bring the patient's voice into clinical trials in a way that allows the quantification of important concepts of patient experience in treatment."
Gazing at the deep universe reveals a strange phenomenon -- it appears that the universe is expanding and galaxies are accelerating from us.Scientists have hypothesized that this expansion can be attributed to an invisible, unknown force known as "dark energy" that makes up around 70% of the total energy in the universe.As part of the effort to understand this perplexing force, scientists have been building an instrument that will eventually gaze across the sky at 40 million galaxies -- and it's just passed its first major test.The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) can be thought of as an upgrade to the 46-year-old Mayall Telescope, located at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tucson, Arizona.On Monday, April 1, after being fitted with a suite of six new lenses, DESI captured its "first light" image of the red-purple spiral of galaxy Messier 51 above.The six lenses in the package are arranged in a special device known as a corrector, that is attached to the Mayall Telescope's primary mirror, and will allow DESI to see around one-third of the visible sky across the length of its five-year mission.
The Hyundai Tucson has been updated for 2019 with refreshed styling, an updated interior, new tech, and a revised lineup of engines.In the marketplace, Tucson's rivals include the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, Mazda CX-5, Subaru Forester, and Volkswagen Tiguan.The compact SUV is without a doubt the most highly sought vehicle type in today's market.Compact crossovers and SUV accounted for 18.2% of all auto sales in the US during 2018 and grew at an impressive 11.9% according to data compiled by Kelley Blue Book.In the marketplace, Tucson's rivals include the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, Mazda CX- 5, Subaru Forester, and Volkswagen Tiguan.In our review, we praised the Tucson for its eye-pleasing looks, solid driving dynamics, strong tech package, and expertly designed cabin.
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We've been expecting a small, affordable new crossover SUV out of Korea for a little while, and now, it has a name: the 2020 Hyundai Venue.The new entry-level model, which is slated to slot below the automaker's already-inexpensive and small Kona range, will bow at the New York Auto Show on April 17.In an official announcement, Hyundai says the name Venue "references a 'place where people want to be seen, or in this case, inside the vehicle."The automaker even paired the press release with helpful photos of a couple of suitably attractive examples, including an overhead shot of Singapore's Chinatown (above) and a rooftop concert scene.The name 'Venue' strikes as something of an odd break from the company's successful run of SUV names associated with cities or places, including Santa Fe, Tucson, Kona and most recently, Palisade, which echoes California's tony Pacific Palisades.To that end, Hyundai argues that "Venue embodies the characteristics of 'the place to be,' en route to the final destination, wherever that may be."
TUCSON, Ariz., March 26, 2019 -- Critical Path Institute (C-Path) announced today that a formal consultation between its Predictive Safety Testing Consortium (PSTC) and Japan's Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA) has resulted in an agreement on a first-of-its-kind approach to compare the levels of eight novel urinary kidney safety biomarkers in healthy Japanese volunteers to data collected on these same biomarkers in healthy Western volunteers in a bridging study.Results from the project are expected to provide clinical evidence for PMDA evaluation to support utilization of these biomarkers to help guide decisions in early-stage clinical trials to ensure the safety of trial participants.The new study, to be conducted in Japan by PSTC member companies beginning in late 2019, will compare healthy Japanese volunteers with subjects enrolled in a similar U.S.-based study conducted by PSTC from 2011-2012 completed to support U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European Medicines Agency (EMA) submissions on these novel kidney safety biomarkers.Results from the Japanese study will inform subsequent work in Japan to be defined during future consultations between PSTC and PMDA.Biomarkers to be measured in Japanese subjects in this study include clusterin (CLU), cystatin C (CysC), kidney injury molecule-1 (KIM-1), N-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminidase (NAG), neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL), osteopontin (OPN), albumin (ALB) and total protein."Drug-induced kidney injury is a serious issue that can occur during drug development," said John-Michael Sauer, Ph.D., C-Path Biomarkers Program Officer and Executive Director of PSTC.