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On Tuesday, June 25, Neal Kelley, registrar of voters for Orange County, California, and Josh Benaloh, senior cryptographer at Microsoft Research — two members of the that authored the 2018 National Academies report — will testify at a House hearing on election security and voting technology vulnerabilities. The hearing begins at 2 p.m. EDT; view the live webcast .
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Applications for the 2020 session of the Christine Mirzayan Fellowship Program are now open and will be open until September 6, 2019. All applications and supporting materials will be due at that time. .
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This workshop monitored the progress of the Manufacturing USA institutes, which were established as part of the Manufacturing USA initiative to facilitate the movement of early-stage research into proven capabilities ready for adoption by U.S. manufacturers. .
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On October 17, 2018, the STS Program convened a public workshop focused on addressing the impacts of reducing food loss and waste on farmers, food prices, food availability, and the environment. This Proceedings of a Workshop synthesizes the presentations and discussions held during the workshop. Get the publication
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