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Technology and Disability Policy Highlights (TDPH) is a newsletter that reports on national and local public policy events and recent wireless technological advances and political activities; and tracks emerging issues of interest to individuals with disabilities and their families. The publication's focus is termed "cross-disability" and should not be viewed as comprehensive. TDPH is published twelve times a year by the Wireless RERC. The Wireless RERC is a research center focusing on promoting universal access to wireless technologies and explores their innovative applications in addressing the needs of people with disabilities.

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Georgia Tech News

  • NASA Chooses Georgia Tech For New Solar System Research Project

    NASA has announced that School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor Thomas Orlando’s team – Radiation Effect on Volatiles and Exploration of Asteroids and Lunar Surfaces (REVEALS) – is one of four chosen by the space agency for inclusion in SSERVI – the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute.

  • Honeywell Joins Georgia Tech Internet-of-Things Research Center

    Honeywell expands its presence in Atlanta by joining Georgia Tech's Internet of Things research center, CDAIT.

  • Debate Team Takes Top Prize

    Georgia Tech’s debate team emerged the overall winner (with the most cumulative points) at the Georgia Collegiate Varsity Debate Championship held recently at Valdosta State University. 

  • Tech Researchers Suggest Better Route to FDA-Approved Drugs

    Advances in metabolic engineering of microbes could lead to cheaper, faster production of drugs already approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). That’s the conclusion of a study published recently by Amy Ehrenworth, a Ph.D. student, and Pamela Peralta-Yahya, an assistant professor and Ehrenworth’s advisor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

  • Clemmons Moves to Move Others

    Tierra Clemmons, a residence hall director for the Freshman Experience in Georgia Tech Housing, values moving — herself and others.