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Press Release 09-124
Conflict Zones, Live

In recognition of World Refugee Day, 12 hours of live webcasts and chats will bring the world in touch with refugee camps around the world

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A screen capture from an earlier VSee session from the newly named Obama school in Chad.

A screen capture from an earlier VSee session from the newly named Obama school in Chad, located in a camp for refugees from the conflict in Darfur.

Credit: VSee


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Milton Chen, chief technology officer at VSee and one of the developers of the technology, explains how the system works and the critical differences between the VSee interface and existing applications.

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Errol Arkilic describes the VSee technology and how it fits within the broader framework of federal investments for small-business research and development. Arkilic is the program manager in NSF's Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships who oversees VSee's NSF grant.

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Photo of an earlier VSee connection between an overseas audience and the Obama school.

The setup for an earlier VSee connection between an overseas audience and the Obama school at a camp in Chad for refugees from Darfur.

Credit: VSee


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