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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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6743-6773-6877 – Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a wholly –new approach to chemical sensor technology, which can lead to significant improvements in the operation of gas sensors, sensor arrays, catalysts, and micro-reactors. Interfaces formulated with a novel, rational, and inexpensively implemented concept are tailored to target specifications, operative across wide... Read More
7146 – Background: The conventional radio frequency (RF) paradigm does not scale to higher frequencies without great loss of channel capacity, increased bit error, increased noise factor, decreased amplifier gain, loss of the silicon CMOS platform and the VLSI which it represents and huge loss of form factor, in addition to the quasi-optical behavior of the RF field above about 150 GHz. ... Read More
6799 – Background: Dual-energy CT (DECT) imaging provides information about the material composition of objects that traditional CT cannot. This is accomplished using data from two different x-ray spectra, with important implications in advanced CT imaging applications such as automatic bone removal and iodine quantification. However, noise amplification occurs while processing the original CT... Read More
6978 – Background: Due to the overwhelming size of a typical genome, the usual approach to identify gene functions is to analyze a relatively small chunk of data, comparing them between a limited number of target species. Larger sections of a genome can be analyzed by breaking them into chunks and using heuristic "rules of thumb" to find related ... Read More
6439 – Background: Existing foam materials adequately meet the low cost / low quality insulation and padding needs of many applications that require protective cushioning. In more advanced applications, there is an opportunity to provide more optimized foam cell structures that remain stable and have high strength levels over long periods of time even when high porosity levels are also included... Read More
6979 – Background: RNA sequencing is a powerful tool that uses the capabilities of next-generation sequencing for discovering, profiling, and quantifying RNA transcripts. RNA sequencing enables highly sensitive analysis of RNA expression across the transcriptome at a given moment in time providing insight into alternative gene spliced transcripts, post-transcriptional changes, gene fusion,... Read More
7102 – Background: Current enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods are often beset with mobility control problems, such as fingering instabilities, which greatly diminish oil recovery deep in the oil field due to the diversion of sweep gas. While surfactant-based additives are available to promote formation of foams for control of mobility, these foams are often not tolerant to oil and thus have... Read More
6941 – Background: Current methods for mitigating off-shore oil spills involve the dispersion of oil into fine droplets in order to promote biodegradation. These methods are slow and do not allow recovery of the valuable oil. Forming a capillary foam gel to encase the spilled oil allows effective remediation of the oil spill and allows de-foaming agents to be later used to recover the oil.... Read More
6986 – Background: Polyoxymethylene (POM), as one of the main engineering polymers, combine excellent properties, such as excellent mechanical properties and outstanding alkali and chemical corrosion resistance. However, due to its unfavorable crystallization kinetics for fiber spinning, high-strength POM fibers cannot be made using standard melt spinning process. POM can also easily degrade at... Read More
6522 – Technology:Inventors at Georgia Tech and the University of Colorado have developed a method to capture sites of rNMP incorporation in genomic DNA. The method allows the analysis of the sites of rNMP incorporation with high-throughput sequencing and identification of the profile of rNMP incorporation in genomic DNA. Potential Commercial Applications: The novel nucleic acid-capture... Read More