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Orthocare Innovations Receives Prestigious R&D 100 Award for Computerized Prosthesis Alignment System

...e market. Many of these have become household names, helping shape everyday life for many Americans. These include the flashcube (1965), the automated teller machine (1973), the halogen lamp (1974), the fax machine (1975), the liquid crystal display (1980), the printer (1986), the Kodak Photo CD (1991), the...

Unique Intuitive Service Helps Clients Improve Their Lives

... ELLICOTT CITY, Md., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Rho Luxfeyr does not want to be labeled as a fortune teller or a psychic because the extrasensory perceptive services that she offers via her Web site ( http://rho-luxfeyr.com ) extend beyond what such individu...

Robots May Come to Aging Boomers' Rescue

...air to understand and then do just that. The device will be launched as a prototype ready for testing in a Boston-area nursing home within two years, teller said. Finally, at Georgia Tech, researchers led by assistant professor Charlie Kemp are making their own home-care robots, inspired by the agile in...

Kaiser Permanente and Veterans Affairs Preview Electronic Health Record Interoperability to Enable Better Health Care

...up to 70 percent of active duty personnel health care is provided outside of the U.S. Department of Defense's health system. Much like how automated teller machines from various banks share information and work seamlessly for account holders from different institutions, electronic health records from diff...
Teller in Biological News

'Honey bee health' of concern at Western Apicultural Society conference

...dditional-cost seminar taught by bee expert, writer and instructor Larry Conner of Kalamazoo, Mich. The tour participants will hear a talk by Anne teller of Oak Hill Farm, Sonoma, an organic producer of field crops, flowers and baked products; and visit the Glen Ellen hilltop apiary of Serge Labesque, ...

GestureTek/Imagination Launch AirPoint, World's First Hand-Tracking Unit, for Shell Group.

...ied a growing market in the financial services and healthcare sectors for touch-free computer interfaces, because of their hygiene benefits. Automated teller machines, for example, can be made touch-free with the GestureTek technology, as can computer systems used in clean rooms and healthcare facilities. ...
Teller in Biological Technology

New, Fast Forensic Technology Wins R&D 100 Award

...ting projects and technologies. The Chicago Tribune calls the award "The Oscars of Invention." Previous winners include the fax machine, the Automated teller Machine (ATM), the cancer drug Taxol, the Nicoderm anti-smoking patch and HDTV. "Identity Sciences is honored to have AbP ID judged to be one of the...

Miaxis Biometrics Named as 'Red Herring 100 Asia' Award Winner for 2007

...ading biometrics products and solutions provider. The products include fingerprint modules, fingerprint readers, fingerprint car lock systems and bank teller authentication systems, etc. With more than seven years biometrics application experiences, Miaxis owns good reputation in Banking and security area. ...

Technology spurs great service, full service, and self-service.

...your tank, check your fluids, and clean your windshield. Today, it means that a bank provides you with a wide range of alternatives to seeing a local teller things like Internet banking, ATM card cards, and telephone-driven interactive voice response (IVR) systems. Weve entered the decade of self-servi...

Watts Up

...ty leaders must identify their highest and best use. Is hanging on the cross your calling, or are you better as an evangelist? Watts: Being a truth teller comes down to three things: (1) Discovering truth: learning more about what you don't know; (2) Sharing truth: Note that many people say they want the...
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