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Part 5 - The Future of Biomechanical Compatibility Assessment

November 14, 2020

  Christopher Cheng, Ph.D., Valerie Merkle, Ph.D. This is the last of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility.... [read more]

NOAA Business Operations Support (BOS) Task Order Win

October 19, 2020

GST’s Executive Vice President, Dr. Christopher Cheng, recently announced that Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST) was awarded the NESDIS Business Operations Support... [read more]

Part 4 - Device Fatigue Evaluation for Market Approval

September 2, 2020

  Christopher Cheng, Ph.D., Valerie Merkle, Ph.D. This is the fourth of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility.... [read more]

Part 3 - Device Fatigue Evaluation for Initiating Clinical Studies

August 6, 2020

  Christopher Cheng, Ph.D., Valerie Merkle, Ph.D. This is the third of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility.... [read more]

Part 2 - Biomechanical Compatibility as Part of the Device Development Process

July 13, 2020

  Christopher Cheng, Ph.D., Valerie Merkle, Ph.D. This is the second of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility.... [read more]

Part 1 - Importance of Medical Device Biomechanical Compatibility

June 29, 2020

  Christopher Cheng, Ph.D., Valerie Merkle, Ph.D. This is the first of five short articles on the importance of cardiovascular device biomechanical compatibility.... [read more]

GST’s Alejandro Egido wins the 2020 NOAA David Johnson Award

February 4, 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Alejandro Egido, 2020 Dave Johnson Award recipient. Dr. Egido is being honored March 20th, 2020, at the Robert Goddard Memorial Dinner for his novel... [read more]

GST delivers DirectMet®2 for the production of high-quality GOES-16 satellite imagery at the Meteorological Department Curaçao

August 20, 2018

Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST) recently delivered its DirectMet®2 satellite data processing system to the Meteorological Department Curaçao (MDC), a... [read more]

Ocean Surface CO2 Flux with Wind Stress

June 25, 2018

This animation shows results from the ECCO2-Darwin ocean carbon cycle model, which was developed as part of the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS) Flux Project. The objective of... [read more]

DirectMet®2 Cloud: Delivery of high-quality GOES-16 satellite imagery into operations

June 20, 2018

Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST) is pleased to announce a major advancement in its offering of satellite data into meteorological operations -- DirectMet®2 Cloud, a... [read more]

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