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NOAA’s first space weather satellite, DSCOVR, has completed instrument validation and will go operational on July 27, when it will take over the role of monitoring potentially damaging space weather storms as they approach Earth.
DSCOVR, which stands for Deep Space Climate Observatory, brings improved measurements and higher quality data than currently available, giving forecasters better information with which to issue critical space weather warnings and alerts.
Daymond John, the founder of FUBU and Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship, sent the below message to the White House email list. Didn't get the message? Sign up here for updates.
Watch 3:45 pm ET to watch President Obama host a virtual meetup with young entrepreneurs from London, Mexico City, Seoul, and Erbil:
Watch President Obama participate in a discussion with Mark Zuckerberg and entrepreneurs:
Watch President Obama's conversation with Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook Live:
The following is a cross-post from the International Trade Administration's Tradeology Blog
Whether it’s a new idea that needs money to start, or an existing business that needs money to grow, there are a lot of funding options that don’t require sharing ownership with investors. ...Read More
Today, President Obama delivered remarks on the Supreme Court ruling on United States v. Texas, a case which challenged the deferred action policies President Obama announced in 2014. Since the Court wasn't able to reach a decision, the those policies cannot proceed. Here's a quick look at the President's remarks.
President Obama on what was at stake in this ruling:Read More
This is the latest post in our "Asked and Answered" series, in which we periodically feature an exchange between the President or a Senior Administration Official and an American who wrote him. If you'd like to write the President yourself, you can do so here.Read More
Every four years the world is fixated for a two-week period on the grandest international stage, the Summer Olympics. This August, Brazil’s second most populous city, Rio de Janeiro, will host...Read More
Digital technologies have quickly become a driving force of job creation, entrepreneurship, and innovation in the 21st century. Just a decade ago, less than a fifth of the global population had Internet access. Today, 3.2 billion people are online. By 2020, that number will grow to five billion people. That same year, the emerging “Internet of Things” sector will likely comprise a $1.7 trillion global market. By 2025, products and services that rely on cross-border data flows will add $1 trillion annually to the global economy.
President Barack Obama looks at a painting presented to him by artist Lois Curtis, center, during their meeting in the Oval Office, June 20, 2011. Joining them are, from left, Janet Hill and Jessica Long, from the Georgia Department of Labor, and Lee Sanders, of Briggs and Associates. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)Read More
A digital service that links riders to drivers. An application that allows individuals to make financial transactions on their phones. A social platform that houses “How To” videos.
The creative minds behind these ideas will converge on Silicon Valley this Thursday, but they are not who you might expect.
Not the CEO of Uber, but Hira Batool Rizvi, a young woman from Pakistan who created a digital service called She-Kab that connects women to safe drivers who get them to work free of threats and intimidation.