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Salsa Labs

Salsa Labs

Salsa Labs, Inc. is a Washington, D.C.-based corporation that provides online organizing and communications tools on a software as a service basis. Salsa Labs maintains the Java software platform Salsa. Using Salsa, organizations are able to manage supporters, communicate, fundraise, advocate, and set up events as well as plug in applications produced by third-party developers in the Salsa Market. Salsa Labs was co-founded by April Pedersen and Chris Lundberg. Its formation was preceded by DemocracyInAction.org, a nonprofit organization Pedersen and Lundberg co-founded in 2004 to make online organizing, fundraising, and advocacy tools accessible to smaller nonprofits working to advance social, political, and environmental causes. Veteran software industry executive William Donnelly joined the company's management team as President in April 2011. Prior to joining Salsa Labs, Donnelly served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Fishbowl, Inc. and as a senior vice president for Vocus. On August 1, 2011, Salsa Labs announced a $5 million capital growth investment by the New Jersey-based investment firm Edison Ventures. Salsa Labs claims that it supports "over 2,000 user groups' relationships with over 40 million supporters, members, donors, activists, and fans all around the world."

— Freebase

Computer lab

Computer lab

A computer lab is a space which provides computer services to a defined community. Computer labs are typically provided by libraries to the public, by academic institutions to students who attend the institution, or by other institutions to the public or to people affiliated with that institution. Users typically must follow a certain user policy to retain access to the computers. This generally consists of the user not engaging in illegal activities or attempting to circumvent any security or content-control software while using the computers. In public settings, computer lab users are often subject to time limits, in order to allow more people a chance to use the lab, whereas in other institutions, computer access typically requires valid personal login credentials, which may also allow the institution to track the user's activities. Computers in computer labs are typically equipped with internet access, while scanners and printers may augment the lab setup. Computers in computer labs are typically arranged either in rows, so that every workstation has a similar view of one end of the room to facilitate lecturing or presentations, or in clusters, to facilitate small group work. take the place of dedicated computer labs, although computer labs still have a place in applications requiring special software or hardware not practically implementable in personal computers.

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Juul

Juul

Juul Labs, Inc. ( JOOL, stylized as JUUL Labs) is an electronic cigarette company which spun off from Pax Labs in 2017. It makes the Juul e-cigarette, which packages nicotine salts from leaf tobacco into one-time use cartridges.The Juul became the most popular e-cigarette in the United States at the end of 2017 and has a market share of 72% as of September 2018. Its widespread use by youth has triggered concern from the public health community and multiple investigations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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Respiratory therapist

Respiratory therapist

A respiratory therapist is a specialized healthcare practitioner trained in pulmonary medicine in order to work therapeutically with people suffering from pulmonary disease. Respiratory therapists graduate from a college or university with a certification in respiratory therapy and have passed a national board certifying examination. The NBRC (National Board for Respiratory Care) is the not-for-profit organization responsible for credentionaling the seven areas of Respiratory Therapy in the United States. Those seven areas of Respiratory Therapy include, as of December 2017: CRT (Certified Respiratory Therapist), RRT (Registered Respiratory Therapist), CPFT and RPFT (Certified or Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist), ACCS (Adult Critical Care Specialist), NPS (Neonatal/Pediatric Specialist), and SDS (Sleep Disorder Specialist). Respiratory therapists work in hospitals in the intensive care units (Adult, Pediatric, and Neonatal), on hospital floors, in Emergency Departments, in Pulmonay Functioning laboratories (PFTs), are able to intubate patients, work in sleep labs (polysomnograpy) (PSG) labs, and in home care specifically DME (Durable Medical Equipment) and home oxygen. Respiratory therapists are specialists and educators in many areas including cardiology, pulmonology, and sleep therapy. Respiratory therapists are clinicians trained in advanced airway management; establishing and maintaining the airway during management of trauma, and intensive care. Respiratory therapists initiate and manage life support for people in intensive care units and emergency departments, stabilizing, treating and managing pre-hospital and hospital-to-hospital patient transport by air or ground ambulance. In the outpatient setting respiratory therapists work as educators in asthma clinics, ancillary clinical staff in pediatric clinics, and sleep-disorder diagnosticians in sleep-clinics, they also serve as clinical providers in cardiology clinics and cath-labs, as well as working in pulmonary rehabilitation.

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microfluidics

microfluidics

The science concerned with the design and construction of microminiaturized devices containing chambers and tunnels through which fluids flow in a controlled manner; used to construct labs on a chip, ink-jet printer heads etc

— Wiktionary

Bellbrook

Bellbrook

Bellbrook is a city in Greene County, Ohio, United States. The population was 6,943 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area.

— Freebase

Behavioral Recognition Systems

Behavioral Recognition Systems

After 9/11, everything changed. Video analytics were quickly adopted and installed to help the ability to monitor thousands and thousands of video surveillance feeds. Unfortunately, these systems did not innovate to a higher level to transform these laborious detection technologies to levels that would meet the expectations required by security teams across the globe. The security industry unfortunately lacked sufficient alternatives to meet its needs.In an effort to find a smarter, safer and technologically advanced system Behavioral Recognition Systems, Inc. (BRS Labs) was founded in 2005. The market was demanding a solution as the reliance of video surveillance and CCTV continued to ascend.The industry required a solution that would demonstrate improvement and a greater sense of understanding. The phrase, "Knowledge is Power" became a main driver to build a system that would continue to gain intelligence based on its ability to learn and analyze everything observed. A system was created that could detect unusual or suspicious activity without human interaction. Shortly thereafter, AISight was born.Behavioral Recognition Systems, Inc. is the leading software development company for video behavioral recognition software. BRS Labs invented a revolutionary technology and developed an award-winning product that delivers the full potential and promise of Intelligent Video Surveillance Technology (technology beyond traditional “video analytics”) to an industry whose needs have long been underserved and fraught with human errors.Prior to BRS Labs, video analytics technology was only as smart as the human who programmed it. This is no longer the case. BRS Labs recognized that for video surveillance to be successful it must deploy easily and rapidly on large scale video networks and it must provide actionable information without inundating the end user with false alarms.AISight (pronounced “eye-sight”) the industry’s first and only Behavioral Recognition solution for the video surveillance industry is the result of extensive research and marketplace feedback. BRS Labs assembled a team of scientists and engineers that, over the last five years, invented and patented technology that removes the human element and utilizes the full power of the computer.No other company has been able to bring the level of innovation to match AISight. Because of the company's unmatched position in the field of Behavior Recognition, many of the industry's most prestigious honors and awards have been bestowed on BRS Labs

— CrunchBase

Treemo Labs

Treemo Labs

Seattle based and founded in 2005,Treemo Labs provides an Apps publishing platform with integrated social media, social networking, location services, gaming and premium content management tools. Treemo Labs clients and partners include CBS, MTV, AT&T, T-Mobile and others.The Treemo Labs platform allows for the building and deployment of cross platform Apps with emphasis on mobile. Every instance of the Treemo Labs platform allows the quick deployment of iPhone, Android, mobile web and web applications that sit on top of the feature rich platform that includes media sharing, social networking, location, and gaming. Treemo Labs has developed and published over 25 iPhone Apps, including CBS News, and 13 CBS Local ‘Owned and Operated’, Seelebrity, Qwikets, Tic A Tac Poker, LimeLife and others. Treemo Labs launched CBS News for Android in March, 2010.

— CrunchBase

Harrison Wells

Harrison Wells

Harrison Wells is the name of several fictional characters portrayed by Tom Cavanagh in the CW's television series The Flash. Created by Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, the character is an original creation for the series, and not based on any existing character appearing in comics published by DC Comics. Most versions are scientists from parallel universes, each being the founder and director of S.T.A.R. Labs on their respective Earths. This differs from the comics, where Garrison Slate was the founder of S.T.A.R. Labs. Cavanagh has played a different version of Wells in each season; he has played Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash (disguised as the Earth-1 equivalent) since season one, Harry Wells of Earth-2 since season two, writer H. R. Wells of Earth-19 in season three, the Council of Wells and Council of Harrisons (which consist of various doppelgängers) in season four and detective Sherloque Wells of an unspecified Earth in season five. Cavanagh has been praised by critics and fans for his performances as various versions of the character, particularly for Thawne and for Harry, although some criticized H. R. The Council of Wells and Council of Harrisons received a divided reception among critics; some praised their humor and Cavanagh's versatility in portraying them while others criticized their skit nature.

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Faroudja

Faroudja

Faroudja Labs was a San Francisco based IP and research company founded by Yves Faroudja. Faroudja Labs should not be confused with Faroudja Enterprises, Yves Faroudja's latest venture. Faroudja specialized in video processing algorithms and products. Its technologies for deinterlacing and inverse telecine have received great acclaim within the consumer electronics industry and have been widely used in many electronic devices, such as TV sets, set top boxes and video processors. Efforts by Faroudja generated more than 65 patents and provided technology licenses to consumer electronics companies, and helped receive three Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards (one for advanced encoding techniques, a lifetime achievement for Yves Faroudja and one for HDTV upconversion used in network broadcast applications), as well as numerous other awards. Since 2007, the Faroudja brand and all associated video processing IPs are part of STMicroelectronics, an international semiconductor company, who now uses the technology in System-on-Chip (SoC) products.

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Skullgirls

Skullgirls

Skullgirls is a 2D fighting game developed by Reverge Labs and published by Autumn Games. The game was released through the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in North America, Europe, and Australia from April to May 2012, and later received a Japanese release by CyberFront for the PlayStation Network in February 2013. A Microsoft Windows version, developed by Lab Zero Games and co-published by Autumn Games and Marvelous, was released in August 2013. A Japanese arcade version, produced by M2 for the NESiCAxLive service, was released in 2015. A mobile spinoff of the game, developed by Hidden Variable Studios and published by Line, was released for Android and iOS devices in May 2017. In Skullgirls, players engage in combat against one another, with teams of one, two, or three characters attempting to knock out their opponents or have the most cumulative health when time runs out. The setting of the game revolves around the "Skull Heart", an artifact which grants wishes for women. If a wisher with an impure soul uses the Skull Heart, she is transformed into the next "Skullgirl", a monster bent on destruction. Skullgirls received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised the animation and gameplay mechanics, while criticizing its limited roster size and online multiplayer features. Development of post-release content faced numerous setbacks. In May 2012, publisher Autumn Games was sued over allegations of fraud regarding an unrelated property, Def Jam Rapstar, cutting off Skullgirls' financial support and forcing developer Reverge Labs to lay off the entire development team. The core team would eventually reform as Lab Zero Games in November 2012, launching a successful crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to continue their work. After Autumn Games severed ties with distributor Konami Digital Entertainment in December 2013, the latter formally requested to have the game removed from the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. The game was later re-released on both platforms in 2014 as Skullgirls Encore. When the game was ported to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PC in 2015, it was renamed to Skullgirls 2nd Encore. Skybound Games published 2nd Encore for the Nintendo Switch in October 2019.

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Trading room

Trading room

A trading room gathers traders operating on financial markets. The trading room is also often called the front office. The terms "dealing room" and "trading floor" are also used, the latter being inspired from that of an open outcry stock exchange. As open outcry is gradually replaced by electronic trading, the trading room becomes the only remaining place that is emblematic of the financial market. It is also the likeliest place within the financial institution where the most recent technologies are implemented before being disseminated in its other businesses. Tradingrooms are also known as "trading labs" or "finance labs" in universities and business schools. Trading rooms, have become a key medium in creating a "wall street atmosphere".

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Bellbrook Labs

Bellbrook Labs

BellBrook Labs is a small R&D company that is devoted to advancing drug discovery for human health therapies. Our company values allow us to be creative in producing and delivering new screening tools, and is made possible with the passion and devotion of our customers. We strive to improve our service to our customers.

— CrunchBase

Bluefin Labs

Bluefin Labs

Bluefin Labs is a social TV analytics company providing solutions to brand advertisers, advertising agencies and TV networks. Bluefin Labs' technology, data and professional services enable clients to tap into data at scale that links people's social media commentary to the shows and commercials they watch on TV. Grounded in 15 years of cognitive science and machine learning research at the MIT Media Lab, Bluefin Labs was founded in 2008 and has offices in Cambridge, MA and New York, NY. Bluefin Labs was acquired by Twitter on February 5, 2013.For more about Bluefin Labs, visit www.bluefinlabs.com.

— CrunchBase

Facility Design and Construction

Facility Design and Construction

Architecture, exterior and interior design, and construction of facilities other than hospitals, e.g., dental schools, medical schools, ambulatory care clinics, and specified units of health care facilities. The concept also includes architecture, design, and construction of specialized contained, controlled, or closed research environments including those of space labs and stations.

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

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