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Each year Georgia Tech develops hundreds of technologies, and we seek industry collaborators to license and take those technologies from our labs to the market. Technologies are searchable by category, key word, or phrase and include a detailed description of the technology, inventor and patent information, and contact information to learn more about each technology.
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6057 – Technology: Jason Freeman, Thomas Jenkins, Hera Kan, Elise Livingston, Brian Magerko, Scott McCoid, Christopher Michaud, Neeraj Vaidya, and Shannon Yao from Department of Music and School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech have developed EarSketch- a program that teaches programmatic composition and remixing of music. Through the free, browser-based EarSketch... Read More
3629 – Background: Atomic force microscopy (AFM) has become a powerful tool to study surface properties. However, the performance of conventional AFM is still limited by its slow speed of imaging due to the requirement of an external z-axis actuator. Thus, it is desired that an integrated sensing mechanism can be incorporated with the AFM cantilever so that higher scanning rate and sensitivity can... Read More
6296 – Background: Overuse and misuse of current drugs has allowed for rapid emergence of resistance among numerous pathogens. Consequently, there has been a serious decline in treatment efficacy for common infections and an increase in severe opportunistic infections caused by antibiotic-resistant pathogens. Multi-drug resistant bacterial pathogens are associated with nosocomial infections in... Read More
3409 – Background: Metalated chiral salen ligands have been successfully used as catalysts since their introduction in the 1990s. Their first use was in asymmetric epoxidation of unfunctionalized olefins but in the past decade, their use has extended to a variety of asymmetric transformations such as ring-opening of epoxides, Pictet-Spengler reactions, and hydrolytic kinetic resolution of racemic... Read More
6985 – Background: Flight vehicle in-situ aeroacoustic noise measurements are primarily obtained by flying the aircraft of interest above ground based microphone arrays or using pole-mounted linear arrays. This classic approach limits the altitude and variety of maneuvers for which these measurements can be obtained as well as contaminates the data with unwanted ground reflections. A novel... Read More
7032 – Background: Mobile computing devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are now the preferred computing platform over desktop computing, delivering always-on access to users. New and emerging mobile computing applications require remote access to applications on other mobile devices. Mobile-to-mobile application agnostic remote computing protocols are necessary to enable such remote access.... Read More
7326 – Background: The increasing heat load densities in data centers require more and more sophisticated approaches to cooling. Typical cooling techniques include liquid-to-liquid cooling systems, recirculating chillers, ambient cooling systems, cold plates, and heat exchangers for liquid cooling or air cooling IT equipment. Using these methods, it has been estimated that data centers may expel up... Read More
7211 – Background: Research has shown that multi-sensory and multi-modal teaching greatly benefit learning. Current multi-sensory systems for teaching the alphabet and spelling include practices such as air writing and writing letters in sand or shaving cream. However, tactile learning is often left out of curricula. Passive Haptic Learning (PHL) uses tactile stimulation to help users learn a... Read More
7063 – Background: Dihydrofolate reductase, DHFR, is an essential enzyme involved in DNA synthesis and methylation. In fact, inhibition of this enzyme slows DNA synthesis and cellular proliferation, making it a key target for antibiotics and anti-cancer treatments. Most inhibitors of DHFR are not ideal candidates, competitively displace each other, and allow for the enzyme itself to acquire rapid... Read More
6252 – Background: This technology offers a novel method for synthesis of bimetallic core-frame nanocrystals.Bimetal nanocrystals are central to the development of catalysts for use in fuel cells, catalytic converters, and numerous industrial processes. The catalytic activity, efficiency, and selectivity of noble-metal nanocrystals are strongly dependent on their size, shape, composition,... Read More