The Conversation – Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a huge “hidden disability” within prison populations. Despite evidence that TBI can lead sufferers to be more violent and reoffend, there is a worrying lack of information about the extent of the problem.
Marine Log – Rolls-Royce is moving ahead with its research and development plans to make remote and autonomous shipping a reality and reap the benefits of increasing digitalization in the marine industry.
Citizen's News – Connecticut State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria testified this month in support of legislation that would strengthen concussion protocols. Senate Bill 769 would require coaches of youth athletic activities complete a training course regarding concussions.
Philadelphia Inquirer / HealthDay – Automated, driver-free cars and trucks may be the wave of the future. But new research suggests many Americans aren't sold on the idea of a ride in a driverless ambulance.
Newshub – New Zealand Rugby has launched a new initiative to stop players from returning to the game after suffering concussion. It's called the blue card, and is set to be rolled out to 14 provincial unions.
NPR – Scientists have taken another important step toward creating different types of synthetic life in the laboratory. An international research consortium reports that it has figured out an efficient method for synthesizing a substantial part ofthe genetic code of yeast.
TechCrunch – The 2017 Cadillac CTS is getting vehicle-to-vehicle technology this year. Cadillac has decided to include the V2V tech as standard equipment going forward rather than making customers choose it and pay more for it as an option.
Montgomery Advertiser – HB310 would require all first responders within each agency's respective jurisdiction to undergo training to be prepared to deal with people suffering from Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.