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Marketplace Tech for Thursday, May 29, 2014
May 29, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Thursday, May 29, 2014

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With the White House hosting a summit on youth sports and concussions, we take a look at the money and technology going into equipment and tests that can help diagnose concussions almost immediately after a player is injured. Plus, Nancy Kass, a Professor of Bioethics and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, talks about the issues surrounding medical research, consent, and new technologies. Also, meet the man who tracked computer use through all 456 episodes for the American crime drama Law & Order.

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Law & Order: tech edition

May 29, 2014
Jeff Thompson tracked the use of computers in all 456 episodes of Law & Order

With the White House hosting a summit on youth sports and concussions, we take a look at the money and technology going into equipment and tests that can help diagnose concussions almost immediately after a player is injured. Plus, Nancy Kass, a Professor of Bioethics and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, talks about the issues surrounding medical research, consent, and new technologies. Also, meet the man who tracked computer use through all 456 episodes for the American crime drama Law & Order.

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