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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Georgia commission may vote next week on Vogtle reactors

The Georgia agency that regulates utilities could decide next week whether to complete or cancel Plant Vogtle project.

University of Georgia, Army Cyber Command eye partnerships

A civilian Army official, Ronald Pontius, says the command would take up University of Georgia Vice President for Research David Lee’s offer during a UGA conference on informatics, or big data.

Analysts raise concerns about cost of nuclear project

Analysts appointed by a state agency say a multi-billion dollar nuclear project in east Georgia should be cancelled.

Paper cup plant closing because of drop in demand

An Augusta, Georgia-based factory that looks like a giant paper cup is closing.

City in western Georgia could get its 1st solar farm

Solar continues to grow in Georgia.

Deal announces $35 million for cybersecurity center expansion

DEAL: "Given Georgia’s growing status as a technology and innovation hub, this additional investment will further cement our reputation as the ‘Silicon Valley of the South.’

Scientists hope smart phone app yields clues in shrimp study

The app is aimed at getting shrimpers to report what they see while on the job,

Program helps train developmentally disabled for jobs, life

They may have intellectual or developmental disabilities, but that doesn’t mean that the former high school students taking part in a TSYS intern program can’t learn new things and dream big just like anyone else.

Parents sue over boy’s death in rotating Atlanta restaurant

The family of a 5-year-old boy whose skull was crushed in the rotating wall of a hotel restaurant has sued the Atlanta hotel, accusing it of negligence in his death.

GNTC – Justin

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