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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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7245 – An algorithm that relies on inverse document frequency (IDF) and keyword matching to provide relevant suggestions during reply construction Background: In spite of many other emerging means of communication such as social networking platforms, instant messaging (IM), and mobile IM, emailing continues to remain the most pervasive form of communication within enterprises. The number of... Read More
6304 – Background: Solar energy is one of the most abundant renewable energy available, and today, photovoltaic systems have become economically viable. However, from a life cycle perspective, more advances are needed to make solar cells a fully environmentally friendly source of energy. Silicon and thin film solar cells are difficult and expensive to recycle, and organic solar cells are usually... Read More
6492 – Background: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) represents a novel way of transmitting wireless signals from cellular phones and other wireless telecommunication devices. It enables radio-frequency (RF) signals being broadcast from the device to be spaced much closer together without interference between signals resulting in lower signal power and consequent data loss.... Read More
6957 – Background: Interconnects in electronic systems are a basic building block that enable electrical signals to move through the different components of the system. The capability of the interconnect to transport signals reliably is a critical factor in high performance electronic systems. Overcoming barriers in the development of interconnect technology can lead to higher performance computing... Read More
7730 – An auxetic scaffold for tissue engineering to improve the viability and quality of printed cells through circulation of nutrients has been invented by Georgia Tech researchers. Background: Printed tissues and organs have been demonstrated in the past decade and are highly desired since the current demand for transplant organs far outweighs the supply. Bioprinting is one of the most... Read More
7554 – A synthetic nano-antibody that is a cheaper and more effective alternative immunotherapeutic option. Background: Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) have been around since the beginning of the 20 century and have been primarily used as immunotherapy in autoimmune, cancer, inflammation, and infectious diseases. Despite their broad application in medicine, mAbs are still limited in their... Read More
6848 – A method for producing a green packaging material using chitin nanofibers. Background: Renewable materials are in high demand to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. Chitin, a natural sugar compound and the second most abundant biopolymer in nature, is a sought after bio-derived material for its high stiffness, strength, and protective barrier properties and its natural... Read More
7184 – A method to optically trim the resonance frequency of a low-loss micro-mechanical silicon resonator, coated with a thin-film germanium layer. Background: High-Q single-crystal silicon (Si) MEMS resonators are currently developed as small form-factor, integrated alternatives to more established quartz resonators in a wide frequency range. As a result of manufacturing inaccuracies and... Read More
7727 – Modification of surface chemistries of natural sorbents improves performance and environmental viability for use in natural disasters. Background: Remediation methods for natural disasters, such as oil spills, need to consider the physical location of the spill, ecosystem fragility, and economic priorities. Current remediation methods for oil spills meet some of these considerations... Read More
6910 – A method that allows for the creation of platinum (Pt) nano-cages to act as an enhanced catalyst for critical fuel cell reactions Background: One of the fundamental reactions within a fuel cell is the oxygen reduction reaction on the cathode. The critical challenge for improving the commercial viability of fuel cells is making an advancement in the catalysts for this reaction. Currently,... Read More