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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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6642 – Background Nitrous Oxide (NO) is a tissue-soluble molecule characterized by a free radical electron. The recognition in the early 1990s that the molecule was synthesized in mammalian cells and played a principle signaling function in vascular dilation and constriction led to the development of the blockbuster drug, Viagra. Since these early discoveries, NO has been linked to primary... Read More
6823 – Background: Within the pharmaceutical industry, therapeutic proteins are growing significantly in clinical use and market share. Delivery of proteins remains a challenge, and the use of protein structures to carry or display bioactive protein is currently leading to promising applications in drug delivery, diagnostics, and novel therapeutic treatments of disease. Protein vesicles are hollow... Read More
Nanostructured Composite Polymer Thermal/Electrical Interface Material and Method for Making the Same
5248 – Thermal interface materials (“TIMs”) are used in many systems where it is desirable to transfer heat from a heat source to a heat sink. For example, in a three-dimensional stack of microchips, it is often desirable to transfer heat generated by a chip to a heat sink in order to cool the chip. Heat can be transferred via a TIM located between the heat source and the heat sink. Thus, thermal... Read More
Characterizing complex biological spatio-temporal pattern dynamics using a portable, powerful, pattern recognition pipeline.
6662 – Background: The quantitative description of emergent spatial patterns in computational and morphogenic multicellular systems presents a significant challenge. In experimental systems, pattern identification of specific phenotypes is often done simply by visual inspection, which makes comparison with computational models difficult. Technology: Inventors at Georgia Tech have developed a... Read More
6657 – Background Using modern computers practically requires the use of both a keyboard and series of passwords. As credentials, passwords are subject to theft, allowing impersonation just by pressing the right keys. The way each person types, however, is unique and cannot be easily copied. By tracking the frequency and force each user employs on each key allows for an additional layer of... Read More
6429 – Background Copper is an essential element that has structural and catalytic roles in in numerous enzymes, including those essential for energy production, blood cell formation, and protection from antioxidants. Accurate determination of copper concentrations is essential for assessing the affinity of various proteins for copper and determining how it fluctuates during metabolic processes.... Read More
6428 – Background Copper is an essential element that has structural and catalytic roles in numerous enzymes, including those essential for energy production, blood cell formation, and protection from antioxidants. Studying the mobilization and regulation of copper stores inside cells may provide insights into both normal copper utilization and how copper surplus or deficiency adversely affects... Read More
6138 – Background: Prostate cancer (PCa) is the most common cancer and second-leading cause of cancer-related mortality in men. Along with digital rectal exams, blood levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) are the most common diagnostics in use. However, PSA is a single diagnostic marker with somewhat limited utility; PSA levels can be affected by a multitude of factors, hampering the... Read More
6717 – Background: The characterization of the flight envelope of external slung loads from a helicopter currently requires repeated static measurements of airloads at a range of attitudes and yaw angles. This approach is not only time-consuming, but can only obtain measurements at discrete angles and ignores dynamic effects of changing orientation. Technology: Inventors at Georgia Tech have... Read More
6643 – Background Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) is a serious respiratory disease affecting approximately 128,000 people in the United States. Lung tissue of patients with the disease is thick and stiff, or scarred, causing shortness of breath and respiratory distress. Early detection of fibrosis is critical. Current diagnostic methods include measures of oxygen saturation and lung... Read More