Cleveland Clinic collaborates with MDLinx on educational quizzes; Johns Hopkins engineers develop seizure detection software;

> The Cleveland Clinic now will help physician website MDLinx in the production of its educational quiz, The SmartestDoc, MDLinx announced this week. According to Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education Director William Carey, M.D., the renowned medical center's role will be to ensure that the information on the quizzes is both "high quality" and "up-to-date." Announcement

> Engineers at Johns Hopkins University have developed seizure detection software that can help to cut unnecessary pulses of current to epilepsy patients, the school announced this week. The devices will use algorithms to detect when seizures are about to occur, according to Sridevi Sarma, a professor of biomedical engineering who is leading the effort. Announcement

> Dropping Microsoft products could save the Department of Veterans Affairs nearly 30 percent in annual licensing fees, Nextgov reported this week. Article

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