Atlanta is one stop on President Luis Guillermo Solis's four-city, 13-day U.S. tour aimed at wooing investment to Costa Rica. 

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Andrew Young: Technology Taking Command of the World's Future

by Phil Bolton | August 26, 2015 Former President Jimmy Carter’s openness and philosophical attitude about having brain cancer reminds him of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s attitude toward death, Andrew Young told a Kiwanis Club of Atlanta luncheon Aug. 25 during which he also reviewed Atlanta’s growth as a global commercial center and discussed the upcoming presidential election. More
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Bosnian Uses Archaeology to Build Reconciliation

by Phil Bolton | August 13, 2015 Marko Barisic was 7 years old when the Bosnian War ended. More
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Fulbright Students at Kennesaw State for 'Gateway' Intro to the U.S.

by Patrick Harbin Sixty-one international Fulbright students from more than 40 countries are spending the week at Kennesaw State University to prepare for graduate and doctoral programs at universities across the United States. More
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Biotech Summit Launches Atlanta to the Front in Developing Ethical Norms

by Obinna Morton and Phil Bolton CRISPR, a new biotechnology enabling scientists to splice and edit genes more easily than ever before, has the potential of curing many genetic diseases. More
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Georgia Tech Receives $4.2 Million Grant to Battle Cyber Threats

by Phil Bolton | July 31, 2015 A $4.2 million grant has been awarded to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing in an effort to develop programs that will improve cybersecurity, especially for online banking, shopping and trading transactions. More