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Watchdog: Better Data Needed to Fight Medicaid Fraud

February 14 The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services oversight data needs work, according to the Government Accountability Office.

Video: This Smart Device Controls Your Stove to Prevent House Fires

February 13 This device stops that stir-fry before it ignites.

An Algae That Survived Two Years in Outer Space May Hold the Secret to Growing Food on Mars

February 13 Algae produce proteins and oxygen, both key ingredients for surviving once humans leave the blue planet.

These Tiny Drones Can Pollinate Plants So Bees Don’t Have To

February 10 Bumblebees are currently listed as endangered in the U.S.

Facebook Poised to Become Major Player in Disaster Response

February 8 It’s been more than two years since Facebook introduced “safety check,” a tool that lets users mark themselves as “safe” after a natural disaster or other ...

NASA Research Has Uncovered Pockets of Airborn Radiation That Could Be Dangerous to Flyers

February 8 The concept of low-level cosmic radiation in our atmosphere is nothing new, but this is something different.

Lawmakers Irritated with VA's Continuing Tech Problems

February 7 With its history of failed large-scale IT projects that cost taxpayers billions of dollars, VA is again grappling with IT issues.

Salient Beefs Up Health Care Business with Acquisition

February 6 The acquisition marks another mid-tier move.

The Tiny Digital Camera on Every Smartphone Has Had Real Impact on African Lives

February 2 Image sensor technology has transformed medical treatments, science and personal communication.