Jillian Ames

This week is World Antibiotics Awareness Week—the World Health Organization (WHO) campaign to increase awareness of global antimicrobial resistance that threatens to undermine progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals and longer-term Millennium Development Goals. The theme of the campaign—Antibiotics: Handle with Care—promotes the idea that antibiotics should be used sparingly

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Q&A with New Research Analyst Jack Holmes
Nexight GroupNovember 7, 2016

Nexight Group is happy to welcome Jack Holmes to the team as our new Research Analyst. Jack recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Energy Engineering and a BS in Energy Business & Finance. We sat down with Jack to ask him a few questions about himself,

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Lindsay Kishter

An Oct. 21 attack on one of the largest domain name system services, Dyn, made headlines for knocking out major websites like Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, and major blogs and news sites. Aside from its wide reach, the attack was notable for another reason: it used a botnet built not only

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Changwon Suh

In accordance with the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act (GPRA) of 2010, U.S. federal agencies must update their strategic plans every four years, no later than the February one year after the start of a new presidential term. As election day nears, many agencies, including the National Science Foundation

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Nexight Group uses our expertise to provide public and private sector organizations with guidance on a variety of complex topics. Today is national Manufacturing Day, which focuses on bringing individual manufacturers together to collectively address common manufacturing concerns and challenges. We asked some of our subject matter experts in materials

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Nexight Group uses our expertise to provide public and private sector organizations with guidance on a variety of complex topics. Economists and politicians recommend increased investments in infrastructure, which could create jobs, stimulate the economy, and save money in the long term. We asked a few of our subject matter experts

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Changwon Suh

In early August, the White House brought together leaders from academia, industry, and government who have been involved in the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) to celebrate the initiative’s fifth anniversary. Over the past five years, federal agencies have invested more than $500 million in resources and infrastructure in support of

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Ross Brindle

Building a technology roadmap is hard. It’s difficult to predict research breakthroughs and the pace of technology gains even when other variables are within your direct control. But these challenges multiply in a consortium setting, where member organizations may have competing interests, priorities, and perspectives. Think about it: individual companies

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We’re Settling In at the New Nexight Office
Nexight GroupAugust 18, 2016

It has been a busy summer for Nexight Group as we settle into our new, larger office—located in the same complex as our previous office, next to the Silver Spring Metro. We worked hard with our architects at Arktx and general contractor Spectrum to custom design our new space to

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Nexight Group is happy to welcome Rachel Lanspa to the team as our new Technical Writer and Editor. Rachel is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. We sat down with Rachel to ask her a few questions about herself, her views, and her new role at

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