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To transform the military into a data-centric organization, the Defense Department has laid out five "data decrees" to guide data sharing, storage and security.
Using pegs and pegboards made out of DNA and retrieving the data with a microscope -- a molecular version of the Lite-Brite toy – researchers have developed a way to store data for centuries at a density of 330 gigabits per square centimeter.
Better integration of three of the federal government’s main strategies -- use of cloud, open source software and open data – would collectively benefit their progress, a new report found.
The National Library of Medicine retired its Pillbox program earlier this year after about a decade of providing a quick way for the public, medical workers and law enforcement to identify a pill.
Agencies that embraced data analytics and visualizations during the past year gained powerful communications capabilities that helped them increase transparency, share vital information and improve responsiveness.
The 2021 Climate Normals show the 30-year weather and climate averages based on observations from federal weather stations and thousands of citizen scientists.
The Navy wants to get a handle on energy consumption by analyzing data from infrastructure meters and building control systems.