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Software Development Center to Open in Georgia

Keysight Technologies, Inc. and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) are planning to launch a new software development center to expand next-generation software for the design and testing of electronic products. The new facility will grow to house more than 200 software developers over the next five years.
Graphene | In Compliance Magazine

Researchers Create Super-Efficient Graphene Conductors

A team of researchers at Georgia Tech have discovered a way to use graphene to transport electrons with virtually no resistance. Known as ballistic transport, this property is accomplished when electrons travel through graphene nanoribbons and behave more like optical waveguides or quantum dots.