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Georgia Tech and Verizon Partner to Improve Breast Cancer Patient Experience
The Georgia Institute of Technology has received a generous donation of 77 smartphones and tablets from Verizon as part of a partnership to improve breast cancer patient experience. Powered by Verizon’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network, the devices will be used to help researchers develop a personalized and adaptive support tool for breast cancer patients.  Read More
App preview from convergence innovation competition
Spring 2017 Convergence Innovation Competition Invitation

Please help us spread the word about the 16th edition of the Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC), now underway. The CIC is a great opportunity for all Georgia Tech students to showcase their work in the following categories:​Read More

Alex Perez and the Tech Trolley
Computer Science Student Develops New Official Georgia Tech App
How many people can say they really love the work they do? That it brings them joy and a sense of accomplishment? Alex Perez can. He has been interested in app development and programming for nearly a decade, and will graduate this spring from Georgia Tech with a degree in computer science. In between his studies, and internships at Apple and Uber, the Woodstock native took on another big project doing what he loves – creating a new official app for Georgia Tech.  Read More
Katherine Helen Fisher performing on stage
When Art and Technology Collide
A unique collaboration between Georgia Tech researchers, the Office of the Arts and a Los Angeles-based performing artist is exploring how artists and technologists can work together. The Office of the Arts recently hosted a series of workshops as part of the Creative Collisions project to learn about engineering and technology creative processes, and to share their own methods.  Read More

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