5.3.2007
CEO Doug Whatley and EVP Paul Mauritz to talk at the World Trade Center Institute
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4.20.2007
BreakAway to speak at Digital Entertainment Conference
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4.3.2007
BreakAway's Doug Whatley to speak at Serious Games Forum at Purdue University
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3.30.2007
CEO Doug Whatley talks about the immersive engagement potential of simulations in education
View video at edutopia.org

3.19.2007
mōsbē and BreakAway are featured in the March 12th issue of BusinessWeek in the Inside Innovation section.
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2.21.2007
Serious Game Engine Shootout: A comparative analysis of technology for serious game development
Read article at SeriousGamesSource.com

2.19.2007
Visit BreakAway at the Serious Games Summit GDC Reception
Learn more at gdconf.com

12.14.2006
BreakAway in Partnership with RTI International Win DoD Small Business Innovation Research Funding
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12.6.2006
BreakAway Creates Bilingual Strategy Game Designed for Middle East
Read article at ArabNews.com

11.20.2006
BreakAway will be at the I/ITSEC Conference December 4-7 in Orlando, Florida
Learn more at iitsec.org

11.6.2006
Leading medical institutions to test Pulse!! Virtual Clinical Learning Lab developed by BreakAway and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
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10.31.2006
New video games play to serious objectives
Read article at USATODAY.com

10.25.2006
BreakAway is a proud sponsor of the Serious Games Summit - October 30-31 in Washington, DC
Learn more at seriousgamessummit.com

10.23.2006
Warning: Playing These Video Games May Be Good For Your Health
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9.27.2006
BreakAway is a proud sponsor of the Games for Health Conference - September 28-29 in Baltimore, Maryland
Read more at GamesForHealth.org

9.26.2006
Video Games Developed by BreakAway Help the Health Care Industry Progress
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9.18.2006
Disaster Management 101: One of Katrina's first responders used what he had learned from a test version of Incident Commander.
Read more at BusinessWeek

9.11.2006
CEO Doug Whatley discusses BreakAway's disaster preparation software, Incident Commander, on CNBC
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9.1.2006
BreakAway Executive Producer and Director of Platform Products Lucien Parsons discusses Incident Commander
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8.30.2006
A Computer Game for Real-Life Crises
Read article at The Washington Post

8.30.2006
Computer Game Will Train First Responders
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8.29.2006
Severe Storm Recovery Simulation Released To Emergency Personnel Throughout The U.S.
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8.17.2006
Harnessing the Power of Video Games: BreakAway's Free Dive is being used for health-related applications.
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8.14.2006
BreakAway Hires Steve Meyer as VP of Development
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8.9.2006
Gaming the System: Students in Maryland are finding the East Coast hub of the game development industry is a great place to be.
Read article at The Washington Post

8.7.2006
BreakAway Expands Management Team
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8.7.2006
Games for Good: Some video games are as much about spreading awareness as entertainment.
Read article at Newsweek

7.30.2006
Hunt Valley area has become big player in video games market while tapping local talent.
Read article at The Baltimore Sun

7.30.2006
Video game industry thrives here: Multimedia goes to school to teach more than entertainment.
Read article at The Baltimore Sun

7.28.2006
A Force More Powerful, developed by BreakAway, is helping to save the world, one video game at a time.
Read article at The New York Times

7.14.2006
Gaming the Poor: The joystick generation is starting to play its way to social consciousness.
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7.12.2006
Game designers could use their skills to teach kids to save the world.
Read article at Working For Change

7.10.2006
Playing with purpose: Video games are tackling serious issues like never before.
Read article at the San Bernadino County Sun

6.28.2006
BreakAway’s Deborah Tillett recognized by Towson University with the prestigious Distinguished Alumni and Dean Recognition Award.
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6.12.2006
Serious game teaches emergency responders.
Read article at Federal Computer Week

6.6.2006
BreakAway's game, Free Dive, distracts children suffering from chronic pain or undergoing painful operations in real life with a calming underwater virtual reality.
Read article at The Wall Street Journal - Opinion Journal

6.1.2006
Maritime security creates new market for BreakAway's user-friendly simulation software, mōsbē.
Read article at National Defense Magazine

5.23.2006
BreakAway CEO Doug Whatley discusses how sophisticated graphics and artificial intelligence tech of popular video games could be used to design highly effective -- and addictive -- training tools.
Listen to podcast at Businessweek.com

5.22.2006
Games get serious: Military training, fighting cancer, crisis management... it is just the beginning.
Read article at the San Francisco Chronicle

5.19.2006
BreakAway's Free Dive helps chronically ill children cope with pain and anxiety by distracting them while they undergo painful medical treatments.
Read article at USA TODAY

5.2.2006
Training ‘virtual veterans’: Life-and-death scenarios are being played out by military commanders and health care professionals using simulated programs developed by BreakAway.
Read article at The Baltimore Examiner

4.21.2006
BreakAway, which already develops training games for the military, is jumping into the corporate world with two new games designed to train health care and banking professionals.
Read article at Baltimore Business Journal

4.13.2006
Pulse!!, developed by BreakAway, is a virtual, clinical-training tool for medical and nursing students that borrows design and game-play elements from video games.
Read article at Businessweek.com

3.21.2006
BreakAway was the proud sponsor of the Serious Games Summit cocktail party held at the Game Developer’s Conference.
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2.22.2006
Game-based technology being developed by BreakAway aims to give healthcare workers their first taste of real-world medical cases using virtual reality.
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2.2.2006
BreakAway's '24 Blue' helps train ship and aviation crews for the United States Navy.
Read article at National Defense Magazine

12.2.2005
BreakAway Announces New Federal Systems Affiliate; Launches mōsbē, Lite Simulation Toolkit For Military-Style Planning and Analysis
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12.2.2005
From Atari to Xbox: How the Gaming Subculture Became an Industry
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12.1.2005
BreakAway Marching Toward Serious Game Dominance
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11.14.2005
James Paul Gee, a well-known academic and strong proponent of games for learning, discusses what games have to teach us.
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11.1.2005
BreakAway CEO Doug Whatley delivers keynote at Serious Games Summit 2005.
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10.12.2005
BreakAway recognized as a DeLoitte & Touche Technology Fast 50 for a second year in a row!

10.05.2005
Health-Care Profession Turns to Games (coverage by ABC News, BusinessWeek, Forbes, MSN Money, and more)
Read article at USATODAY.com

10.04.2005
Researchers Test Video Games' Potential to Speed Kids' Healing
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10.03.2005
FOX covers the Games for Health Conference including BreakAway's under water virtual-reality game Free Dive
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09.27.2005
Gamasutra covers the Games for Health Conference
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09.27.2005
Video Games Developed by BreakAway are Being Used to Manage Pain
Listen to audio at NPR.org

09.26.2005
BreakAway Features Incident Commander at Health Conference
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09.23.2005
Conference Explores Medical Uses for Video Games
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09.22.2005
Gaming Allows the Chance to Learn Difficult Skills, such as Surgery or Disaster Management, without Fear of Failure
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09.11.2005
Virtual-reality game seeks to defeat pain
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06.25.2005
BreakAway Ltd. is featured in the June 2005 issue of R&D Magazine in an article on modeling and simulation
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06.08.2005
BreakAway to develop country's first virtual training space for health care professionals
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04.15.2005
Bloomberg national television interview with BreakAway CEO Doug Whatley
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04.05.2005
FOX interviews BreakAway about current projects in both entertainment and 'Serious Gaming'
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02.17.2005
Gamasutra/Game Developer Magazine Interview: Doug Whatley and BreakAway Games Get Serious
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02.08.2005
CBS Evening News Interviews BreakAway: Uncle Sam Wants Video Gamers
Watch video and read article at cbsnews.com

02.07.2005
BreakAway Games CEO Doug Whatley Teaches Guildhall Practicum
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01.17.2005
BreakAway to Create Navy Anti-terror Simulation Game
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