Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by White House
Washington, DC - National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice met today with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the White House. Ambassador Rice and Foreign Minister Wang affirmed their commitment to expanding practical bilateral cooperation while also addressing and, where possible, narrowing differences.
- Written by Jamal McNeill
Millington, Tennessee - From Phoenix to Baton Rouge, America's Navy will come home to 15 cities across the country in 2016 as part of the Navy Week program.
- Written by IVN
Washington, DC - The U.S. Department of Energy today announced the launch of its Energy Materials Network (EMN), a new National Laboratory-led initiative that will give American entrepreneurs and manufacturers a leg up in the global race for clean energy. Leveraging $40 million in federal funding in its first year, EMN will focus on tackling one of the major barriers to widespread commercialization of clean energy technologies: the design, testing, and production of advanced materials.
- Written by David Allen
Washington, DC - Hyperspectral images allow humans to see what otherwise might be invisible. Unlike ordinary cameras, which record information in each of three broad color bands – red, green, and blue – hyperspectral imagers provide a full spectrum for each pixel in an image, recording data in dozens or hundreds of different narrow wavelength bands. Some cover the full reflected solar range, from 350 nanometers (nm, billionths of a meter) in the near ultraviolet to 2500 nm in the short-wave infrared.
- Written by State Department
Washington, DC - The State Department will launch the first segment of its “American Innovation Roadshow” across Asia next month, as announced by Secretary of State John Kerry during his speech on “America and the Asia-Pacific: Partners in Prosperity" in Singapore.
- Written by Michal Chojnacky
Washington, DC - Recipients of an annual flu shot may be surprised to learn that there is currently no official standard for vaccine storage equipment in clinics, pharmacies, and other health providers’ offices – a potential problem, since vaccines need to be kept within strict temperature limits to remain viable.
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