iNews Highlights: The Psychobiome, Shark’s Fiber Lunch, and more Latest Report SNS: The Physics of Biology: Connecting Life, Evolution, Energy, and The Second Law Subscribe to theSNS Global Report “Next year’s news this week” SNS iNews™ Highlights News About Leaders, For Leaders? May 8, 2020 From the SNS Blog iNews Highlights: FiReStarter Kineta Closes Latest Investment Round, and more iNews Highlights: Oracle Swings at AWS on Security, Ford Predicts Return of the ‘Road Trip,’ and more iNews Highlights: FiReStarters Launching New Partnerships, and more iNews Highlights: COVID No Help for Carbon Emissions, and more Highlights RSS Follow Us On: Patent #9,886,506 Cyber Subterfuge and Curious Sharks Threaten the World’s Subsea Fiber-Optic C… Posted on Fri May 8, 2020, 12:34 am Malware, spies, and hackers, plus erosion and sharks, pose huge risks to the fiber optics that transmit almost all the world’s data. More Speaker News Contact Richard Marshall Exascale Computing Project Names Berkeley Lab’s Katie Antypas as New Director… Posted on Fri May 8, 2020, 12:24 am Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has selected Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s (Berkeley Lab’s) Katie Antypas as its new Director for the project’s Hardware & Integration (HI) Focus Area, … More Speaker News Contact Jonathan Carter Atlanta Lawyers Eye Trials of COVID-19 Drug After ‘Mad Scramble’ for IP Deal Posted on Thu May 7, 2020, 6:34 am A typical intellectual property transaction licensing a drug to a producer might take four to six months. The deal for Emory University’s potential treatment for COVID-19 took two weeks. More Speaker News Contact David Perryman 15 new science-fiction and fantasy books to check out in May Posted on Thu May 7, 2020, 12:44 am While the quarantining continues, there are still plenty of new books hitting bookstores. Here are 15 that are slated to come out this month. (As before, some of these could shift their release dates … More Speaker News Contact Eliot Peper Meet the ‘psychobiome’: the gut bacteria that may alter how you think, feel, … Posted on Wed May 6, 2020, 11:11 pm Scientists hope to turn gut microbes or their products into new antidepressants or drugs for other brain disorders .. More Speaker News Contact Jack Gilbert Visit the SNS iNews homepage to see hundreds more leads, bios, and photos. upgrade to a Premium Membership for secure email access to SNS News Leaders! iNews Highlights brought to youin partnership withUC, San Diego.