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The algorithms used to compute a biological age for each of the different data types—as well as the AgeMetric scoring mechanism—are either patented or patent-pending, Zhavoronkov said.
Now that the York team has identified the chemistry of human body odor, they can develop new types of deodorants, says Rudden.
I understood the kind of companies that got funded, the types that didn’t.
For years, their front office has been led by a different type of executive.
However, this type of cell phone data can help agencies know how people behave as a storm approaches, perhaps giving them an opportunity to adjust their own approaches to evacuation orders, says Long.
The sites, used by Aboriginal Australians for cooking and shelter as long as 46,000-years ago, were among the most significant of their type in the country, according to archaeologists.
The three companies are Boom, Exosonic, and Hermeus, and they’re all working on different types of supersonic aircraft.
Faulconer’s office also announced Wednesday that more than 525 homeless San Diegans who had been staying at the Convention Center are now in various types of housing or with friends and families.
With those long-standing clients who are facing the biggest challenges, this is a moment for a different type of client service.
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