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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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7983 – Systems to measure attention deficits in mouse models of human neurological diseases. Background: The control of sensory processing by attention is critical for normal behavior. Impairments in attention underlie many debilitating neurological conditions such as schizophrenia, dementia, and autism spectrum disorders. Currently, there are few effective treatments for these disorders, partly... Read More
7913 – A portable device to profile cell surface expression with high-resolution outputs. Background: Cell surface antigens regulate biochemical interactions of cells, so measuring their expression levels is important in fields such as immunophenotyping, clinical diagnosis and prognosis, and biomedical research. Fluorescence-based flow cytometers are instruments for surface expression analysis... Read More
7324 – A method to fabricated microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) devices with horizontal and slanted electrodes. Background: Slanted electrodes are very enabling in capacitive microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) deceives. Conventional MEMS fabrication processes are only capable of creating capacitive transducers in vertical or horizontal directions. Many applications require a... Read More
4359 – A silicon microfabricaion technique for the implementation of tunable capacitors with very small tuning voltages. Background: Large-value tunable and/or variable capacitors are needed in a variety of applications, including low-frequency tunable filters and electrostatic energy harvesting devices. Although there exist several high-performance capacitors using different fabrication... Read More
7466 – A method for creating nanoparticles for the modulation of thrombosis, which reduces patient risk of complications and bleeding. Background: Intra-arterial thrombosis (blood clotting in a vessel) causes heart attacks and strokes, contributing to the high mortality rate of cardiovascular disease. Current therapies used to prevent and treat thrombosis, for example, anticoagulants and... Read More
8012 – Redesigned contacts in switchgear devices to combat adhesion problems of similar contacts. Background: In switchgear devices, such as circuit breakers, vacuum interrupters and disconnect switches, the electric contacts in a contact pair are made of the same material. The material chosen depends on the conditions the electric contacts are exposed to. The increasing share of renewable... Read More
7981 – A tubular-shape cell for efficient point-of-use water disinfection. Background: Point-of-use (POU) water disinfection devices offer an alternative to centralized facilities, which are not available in developing areas, may be offline after natural disasters, or suffer from secondary contamination from distribution pipes. Although several POU disinfection methods have been developed and... Read More
7737 – A method for large production of high-performance nanowires using a bottom-up approach. Background: Applications ranging from artificial skins to smart structures are demanding a fundamentally new electronics manufacturing system due to a long-standing trade-off between the performance and manufacturing scale of electronics. Production of active devices; circuit components capable of... Read More
7848 – A method to make thermally conductive polymer resin suitable for electronics applications. Background: As electronic devices continue to shrink; their power density continues to rise, making the removal of heat a growing challenge. While plastics are cheaper to manufacture than metals because of ease of processing, their use is often limited due to poor thermal conduction. Many... Read More
4734 – A simple and inexpensive device for the diagnosis of pneumonia Background: Pneumonia has a number of causes, including viruses, bacteria, and fungi. To treat this condition appropriately, it is necessary to identify the pathogen in the lower airway. This can be done by checking for the presence of the pathogen, virus, bacteria or fungus, in the lungs. In the United States there are... Read More