June 20, 2011
by Mark Anderson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 336.758.5237
Paul Pauca’s 6-year old son, Victor, suffers from a rare genetic disorder. With a little help from his students, Pauca, a computer science professor, has created “VerbalVictor,” a smartphone app that not only helps his son overcome any communication challenges he faces but one that is already helping other children and their parents as well. Read more from USA Today.
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