By modeling the flow -- of freight, commuters, money or anything else -- across each link of a network, researchers can show where investment will be most beneficial and which projects shouldn’t happen at all.
City government, industry and university partners are building an interactive smart city platform for Lafayette, La.
Government agencies and public health organizations are working to develop new tools to share pertinent health care data among providers and, in some cases, to predict the path of a user about to return to a life of opioid abuse.
The Department of Health and Human Services will distribute $485 million in grants to all 50 states to support evidence-based prevention, treatment and recovery services.
A startup’s sorting technology can help cities reduce the costs associated with disposing of household hazardous waste.
IDC’s four-stage taxonomy aims to help stakeholders understand the full scope of digital transformation efforts.
Tech advances have spurred more efficient information sharing among counterterror components, but some operational gaps still exist, according to a joint audit by inspectors general at the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security.
In an age of overwhelming information, knowing how to communicate data effectively can not only uncover insights and spark change, it can help keep data’s relevance in check.
A scalable, secure data exchange ecosystem can support high-quality research while safeguarding against breaches of sensitive patient data.
Researchers applying for National Science Foundation grants that address big data management, modeling and analysis may also apply for cloud credits to support their work.
By optimizing bus routes with data analysis and mathematical modeling, a school district can save between five and seven percent on the number of buses needed.
Aviation intelligence data on flight schedules and passengers will help public health analysts understand how global diseases are spread through air travel.