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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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7017 – A method for controlling the degree of doping of an organic semiconductor film. Background: Doping semiconductor materials enhance the conductivity of the material, but this process is not easily controlled. Chemical doping is typically done by mixing dopant (strong electron donor or acceptor atoms or molecules) within a bulk material. While this process typically increases... Read More
7346 – This technology is a portable, disposable, 3D-printed microfluidic platform that can isolate viable circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood samples. Background: Cancer spreads through the body as migratory circulating tumor cells (CTCs). The isolation and analysis of rare CTCs hold great promise for providing insight into blood-borne metastasis, as well as monitoring cancer response... Read More
7322-7154 – A real-time sensor system to help crane operators identify potential hazards associated with crane operation. Background: Lifting operations on offshore platforms involve massive spatial and temporal constraints. Errors in crane maneuver during the operation can lead to catastrophic consequences. A system is needed to improve safety and efficiency of crane operation. Technology:... Read More
7641 – Versatile microbead assay kit for quantifying protein expression Background: Proteins act as a gene regulator, which can lead to diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's simply from a defect in structure. Through the study of protein expression, scientists track how minute changes at the molecular level have an impact on the human body. Current methods for quantifying protein... Read More
6573 – A high-energy storage solution for nano-scale sized devices. Background: Electronics have made a shift from micro to nano-scale sized devices within the past decade. With the increase in miniaturization, electrical components, such as resistors, batteries, and capacitors have been modified and redeveloped to fit the physical and mechanical characteristics of nano-scale electrical... Read More
7174 – A novel drug delivery mechanism utilizing protein carriers for intracellular drug delivery. Background: There is a significant list of “undruggable” diseases, meaning diseases that are related to intracellular protein interactions that small molecules cannot block. While many antibodies with intracellular targets exist, they can only be used as research tools because the antibodies... Read More
7689-7692-7693-7694-7695 – Amethod to stimulate certain areas of the body to improve motor function post-stroke Background: A stroke occurs when blood flow to an area in the brain is cut off. Brain cells deprived of oxygen and glucose die and, in many cases, permanent brain damage can result. Strokes are the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. The ultimate goal of rehabilitation is... Read More
5878 – An algorithm to guarantee the required arrival time and optimize aircraft fuel usage. Background: Aircraft trajectory estimation is a limiting factor in the performance of required time of arrival (RTA) technologies due to the effects of wind forecast uncertainty on estimated arrival times. Inaccurate wind estimates lead to increased required control authority, a pilot’s need to... Read More
7549 – A thermal resistance packaging solution with increased mechanical integrity for power electronic modules Background: Power electronic modules are commonly used for the control of electrical power, such as conversion from AC to DC, voltage, current manipulation, etc. Conventional power electronic modules are packaged in configurations that typically contain multiple layers between the... Read More
7783 – Gait speed monitor to measure accurate gait speed for determining geriatric health Background: Generally, the health of older adults declines more quickly as they age. Furthermore, some elderly appear physiologically older and more vulnerable than their chronological age. This vulnerability towards disability and disease is termed frailty. Gait speed, which is walking speed over a short... Read More