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Annual Sales of Autonomous-Capable Vehicles Are Expected to Reach 85 Million by 2035
BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 1 -- Navigant Research issued the following news release:
How quickly advanced driver assistance technologies spreads to installed base of vehicles is an important market consideration, report finds
A new report from Navigant Research analyzes the emerging market for different levels of fully and semi-autonomous driving, with global market forecasts by region for vehicle volume and revenue, through 2035.
As manufacturers continue to roll out the first combinations . . .
Department of Education: Independent Review Confirms Florida Standards Assessment is Valid
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 1 -- The Florida Department of Education issued the following news:
Today, the Department of Education announced that Alpine Testing Solutions, the company contracted to conduct a validity study on the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA), confirmed the FSA is an accurate way to measure Florida's students' mastery of the standards. The report goes on to say that the results can be used for group-level decisions, so the department is moving forward with those activities, . . .
EPA Issues Rule on Pressure-Assisted Ground Flares at Three Texas Plants
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 -- The Environmental Protection Agency published the following proposed rule in the Federal Register:
Editor's Note: Dow Chemical Co. is located in Midland, Michigan; ExxonMobil Chemical Co. is located in Irving, Texas; Occidental Chemical Corp. is located in Geismar, Louisiana.
Notice of Final Approval for the Operation of Pressure-Assisted Multi-Point Ground Flares at The Dow Chemical Company and ExxonMobil Chemical Company and Notice of Receipt of Approval Request fo . . .
GAO Issues Report on Federal Low-Income Programs
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued the following summary of one report:
Federal Low-Income Programs: Multiple Programs Target Diverse Populations and Needs. GAO-15-516, July 30.
Highlights - http://www.gao.gov/assets/680/671780.pdf
The GAO said it did the study for these reasons: "The federal government provides assistance aimed at helping people with low-incomes who may earn too little to meet their basic needs, . . .
Genetic Landscape Can Impact Treatment for Children with rare, Aggressive Cancer
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. 1 -- The University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center issued the following news release:
For children with rare, aggressive and advanced cancer, precision medicine may help doctors determine their best treatment options, a new study finds.
Using information from a patient's entire genome helped suggest personalized treatment options for nearly half of children with cancer, and led to specific treatment changes in a quarter of these patients, according to res . . .