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IntelligentSimulations Awarded Highly Competitive Grant

IntelligentSimulations has received support from the National Science Foundation to further develop “AI Patient,” through a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant of $456,657. The simulation program is intended to help medical students refine listening and rapport-building skills, by interacting one-on-one with a “virtual” patient. A student asks questions and responses from the virtual [...]

Innovation is a Contact Sport

National Science Foundation Director Dr. Subra Suresh comments during the Science, Technology and Research (STaR) Symposium, at West Virginia State University. Speaking at a recent event, National Science Foundation Director Subra Suresh stressed that research investments yield returns that benefit all of society and provide a "ticket to prosperity." From a global perspective, [...]

Science, Technology and Research (STaR) Symposium, April 20-21

The Science, Technology and Research (STaR) Symposium and 87th Annual Meeting of the W.Va. Academy of Science is approaching, and MATRIC is pleased to help sponsor the April 20-21 event, to be held at West Virginia State University in Institute. Themed Innovation: From Concept to Commercialization, the program will feature successful West Virginia researchers who [...]

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