Past publications

  • Pictures of Tara’s Call in Savannah, January 20-26, 2012

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  • Georgia Tech and France Plan the Future of Graphene

    For the second year in a row, Georgia Tech has partnered with the Consulate General of France for a series of talks, entitled “France-Atlanta 2011 – Together Toward Innovation.” The discussions explore the fields of science, art, humanitarian work, economics, architecture and nuclear energy. In one of the talks scientists gathered together to discuss the state of current research in graphene and how to create future partnerships on both sides of the Atlantic.

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  • Calls for Proposals by the French National Research Agency (ANR)

    The Chairs of Excellence Programme aims to attract to France the best researchers, professors, foreign or French, by offering, with the assistance of the host establishments and organizations, substantial resources to build up a team and to start an ambitious project with clear anticipated impact.

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  • Minimally invasive surgery : when robots assist surgeons

    Urologic, digestive, vascular, gynecological, thoracic, heart and hand surgeries… so many surgeries that have been performed for several years, mostly, by surgical robots !

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  • Visit of Jean-Francois Clervoy, French Astronaut

    It is with pleasure that we met Jean-François Clervoy during his trip to Atlanta from April, 27th to April, 29th, a French astronaut with international fame.

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  • French undersea archaeology: an international benchmark

    Our underwater heritage holds many treasures. For centuries, thousands of shipwrecks and their precious cargoes have lain undisturbed at the bottom of the sea. French archaeologists from the Department of Underwater and Marine Archaeological Research are recognized internationally and are involved in exploration in every sea on the planet. Their mission is to provide expert assessment, to make an inventory of marine cultural property and to ensure its protection.

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  • 2011, International Year of Chemistry

    The International Year of Chemistry was officially launched at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris to celebrate the contributions of this discipline to humanity’s wellbeing and also to strengthen the dialogue between the field of chemistry and society. Its contributions are essential in the areas of sustainable development, public health, food, energy, water, transportation and technology. This year will also include an homage to Marie Curie, on the occasion of the centenary of her Nobel Prize for Chemistry. In France, celebrations and events will be held throughout the year including exhibitions, conferences, forums, open house days in laboratories and live experiences.

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