Kontrol Energy Corp. Receives Federal Funding and Announces Production for Its BioCloud Technology

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / December 3, 2020 / Kontrol Energy Corp. (CSE:KNR)(OTCQB:KNRLF)(FSE:1K8) (“Kontrol” or “Company“) is pleased to announce that the Company is in receipt of advisory services and up to $500,000 in research and development funding from National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) to complete final commercialization and mass production requirements for its Covid-19 technology, the Kontrol BioCloudTM analyzer (“BioCloud analyzer” or “BioCloud“).

“This is another important accomplishment and milestone for Kontrol and represents the continuing advancement of the BioCloud technology,” says Paul Ghezzi, CEO Kontrol. “The focus of our BioCloud technology is to help create safe spaces for all as we collectively continue to face the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are thankful for this support from NRC IRAP.”


The Company has commenced initial production of BioCloud units for

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Rider University receives $4 million gift to fund expansion of Science and Technology Center

The one-story addition will expand the size of the building to more than 79,000 sq. ft. and provide modern labs and classroom space for cybersecurity, anatomy and physiology, as well as an evolving program in software engineering. The $7.5 to $8 million project will support a new greenhouse, along with distinct areas meant to encourage collaboration and study.

“We’re particularly excited about this leadership gift for our Science and Technology Center expansion project,” says Rider President Gregory G. Dell‘Omo, Ph.D. “We’ve seen tremendous growth in our science majors and this construction project will provide us with an opportunity to introduce new, high demand majors.”

Hennessy met his wife, Patrice “Patti” Shelmet Hennessy ’82, at Rider when they were both students. Patti, who passed away in January after a long illness, graduated with a bachelor’s in office administration. Hennessy, who earned a bachelor’s in political science, is the founder and

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Rider Receives $4M To fund Expansion Of Science and Tech Center

LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ — Rider University received $4 million in leadership gift from alumnus Mike Hennessy, to expand the science and technology center. The announcement was made on Monday, when the university broke ground on a new wing at the science center.

The gift is the largest ever received at Rider for the sciences.

“This is such an impactful gift for Rider as it will provide for the continued growth of our programs in the sciences,” says Kelly Bidle, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

“This project underscores Rider’s commitment to providing students with the resources and training needed to pursue careers in high-demand fields. We are deeply grateful that it has gotten support at this level,” Bidle said.

The University plans to name the building the Mike and Patti Hennessy Science and Technology Center. The construction is scheduled to be completed January 2022.

Hennessy met his wife,

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IIT Ropar receives NIDHI-TBI grant of Rs 5 cr from Dept of Science & Technology

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Hamirpur(HP), Dec 2(UNI) Hamirpur Deputy Commissioner Debasweta Banik has urged the farmers to get their crops insured under Prime Minister Fasal bima yojana so that they may get its benefits in case of damage to

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UVD Robots Receives Prestigious Emerging Technology Award from American Society for Mechanical Engineers – Press Release

ODENSE, Denmark–(Business Wire)–Today, UVD Robots, an autonomous disinfecting robot equipped with UV-C light, announced it has been selected to receive the prestigious Emerging Technology Award from the American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME) in the field of robotics. While traditionally the award honors ascending technologies that are poised to transform their fields and the innovators behind them, according to ASME, the 2020 awards recognize innovations that are not only changing industries but also supporting society during COVID-19. Winners were celebrated in an ASME video announcement.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201201005575/en/

Founded originally in 2014 to solve the problem of hospital-acquired infections (HAI), UVD Robots’ mobile, fully autonomous robot has played an important role in the fight against COVID-19. (Photo: Business Wire)

According to Carlos M. González, Special Projects Manager, Media & Content with ASME, “COVID-19 has shown us how important clean and sterile

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MIND Technology, Inc. Receives Orders for Source Controller Upgrades

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — MIND Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: MIND) (“MIND” or “the Company”) today announced that it has received a Letter of Award (“LOA”) from an unnamed party for the supply of products and services for a Seamap GunLink 4000 source controller upgrade. The LOA also includes an option for the upgrade of a GunLink 4000 on a second vessel in the future. Following the upgrades, the GunLink 4000 systems will be capable of dual near-field hydrophone recording. Delivery of the first GunLink 4000 system upgrade is expected by January 31, 2021.

Guy Malden, MIND Co-CEO, commented, “Through discussions with our customers and others in the industry, we see increasing requirements for dual near-field hydrophone data acquisition capability coupled with advanced energy source shooting pattern capabilities. This functionality allows for higher resolution images while respecting environmental concerns. We believe that our Seamap GunLink

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Founder of Epic Queen receives the Innovators Under 35 LATAM award from MIT Technology Review magazine

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  • Each year, the magazine owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) awards 35 young Latinos who positively transform the quality of life.
  • Ana Karen is CEO of Epic Queen, a social enterprise that inspires girls and women to be curious and courageous through STEM education.

Ana Karen Ramírez , founder of Epic Queen , is recognized by MIT Technology Review magazine with the Innovators under 35 (IU35) award , which places her as one of the brightest minds in Latin America for her work in empowering girls and women with training in STEM education (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

Each year, the magazine owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) awards 35 young Latinos who positively transform the quality of life around the world in five categories: Inventors, Entrepreneurs, Visionaries, Humanitarians, and Pioneers.

The founder of Epic Queen was awarded in the Visionaries

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ASMS receives state funding for new science research center

MOBILE, Ala. — The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science has received funding to build a state-of-the-art science research center, the school announced Friday.

a group of people sitting at a table with wine glasses: The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science has received funding to build a state-of-the-art science research center.


The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science has received funding to build a state-of-the-art science research center.

The school has received a $6.2 million appropriation from the state of Alabama to build the facility within the next three to five years. ASMS is one of just 20 entities in Alabama that received funding as part of the governor’s Public School and College Authority projects appropriation announcement.


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“The ASMS Science Research Center is our commitment to advancing student success well into the future, and it follows through on our dedication to improving the landscape of education in the state of Alabama,” says ASMS School Board Chairman Jo Bonner for a news release.

According to the news release, the world-class facility will significantly increase

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Roanoke EnVision Center receives $55,000 grant for technology equipment for new location

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Virginia Career Works – Blue Ridge and the City of Roanoke Redevelopment Housing Authority (RRHA) announced Wednesday, Nov. 18 that they have been awarded a $55,000 grant from the Roanoke Women’s Foundation.

They say the grant will support the new EnVision Center located in the old Melrose Library. 

The center will serve as a comprehensive center to meet the employment, education, health, and supportive service needs of the Northwest Roanoke community. Residents will be able to visit the center to access multiple services at once.

Officials say their goal is for this center to respond to the needs of individuals in the community by focusing on four main priorities: 

  • Economic empowerment
  • Educational advancement
  • Health and wellness
  • Character and leadership

“These kinds of collaborations allow us all to better serve our clients and reach those in need, and it’s even better when we can do it

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SVI Receives Follow-on Purchase Order from U.S. Government as Sole-Source Provider of Facial …

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CALABASAS, Calif., Nov. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — StereoVision Imaging, Inc. (SVI), an emerging world leader in 2D and 3D/4DLiDAR based facial/object recognition and remote sensing technology, has secured a follow-on purchase order from the U.S. government for additional units of its next generation, portable Facial Recognition Binocular System (FRBS). The new order brings the total value of units purchased to more than $4.5 million.

The advanced binocular system enables U.S. and coalition war fighters to integrate stand-off surveillance operations with real-time actionable intelligence. It supports the identification of non-cooperative persons-of-interest under challenging uncontrolled environmental conditions with very high levels of accuracy, and allows timely data analysis and data-to-decision for command leadership.

SVI is the sole-source provider of FRBS technology to the U.S. Army under a U.S. Central Command

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