Georgia Tech and the city of Atlanta are partners in a business and innovation district called Technology Square. UC Davis President Gary May, formerly the engineering dean at Georgia Tech, wants to partner with Sacramento on a similar district. They have convened a task force that will make recommendations by April 1.
Georgia Tech and the city of Atlanta are partners in a business and innovation district called Technology Square. UC Davis President Gary May, formerly the engineering dean at Georgia Tech, wants to partner with Sacramento on a similar district. They have convened a task force that will make recommendations by April 1. Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech and the city of Atlanta are partners in a business and innovation district called Technology Square. UC Davis President Gary May, formerly the engineering dean at Georgia Tech, wants to partner with Sacramento on a similar district. They have convened a task force that will make recommendations by April 1. Georgia Tech
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A city-university effort worked in Atlanta. Sacramento, UC Davis see similar potential.

December 27, 2017 03:55 AM

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