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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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6426 – Background The increased usage of online services such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube has resulted in the exploitation and abuse of personal user data by the services legitimately or by malevolent agents hacking into the services’ databases and acquiring user’s personal data illegitimately. Users’ ability to protect their data from abuse is limited by the various solutions that are... Read More
Wound Healing: Magnetically Directed Cell Migration Using Super-Paramagnetic Iron Oxide (Spio) Nanoparticles
6343 – Technology Inventors at Georgia Tech have demonstrated an accelerated rate of wound closure by magnetically directing the migration of SPIO labeled MSCs into a wound space. A novel method was developed to fabricate SPIO nanoparticles with precise control over their diameter and surface chemistry, critical for the optimization of toxicity level, cell retention, and cellular migration speed.... Read More
6333 – PMU-guided Priority Adjustment to Guarantee Thread Performance on IBM Power SMT Background: CPU (Central Processing Units) in computers and computing systems use SMT (Simultaneous Multi-Threading) to improve the speed with which application data is processed. Each thread in the SMT requires a certain amount of computational resources. Available resources tend to be divided equally between... Read More
6437 – Background: When active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are prepared in a liquid form, the concentration of the API is limited by its solubility in the solvent, often resulting in a formulation that is predominantly solvent. An ionic liquid is a “salt” (a compound consisting of positive and negative ions) that is typically in the liquid state under pharmaceutically relevant conditions. ... Read More
6009 – Background: Bi-functionalized micro-particles, or Janus particles, possess modified surfaces due to spatial segregation of functional signals on the particle surface. These signals can impart biological, chemical or physical functions to cells, tissues or other molecules. Technology Description: Inventors at Georgia Tech have created unique surface of Janus nanoparticles that allow two... Read More
5813 – The promise of economic production of biofuels and other useful, valuable products from renewable cellulosic feedstocks relies upon effective and robust biocatalysts. A novel method of genetically engineering biocatalysts developed at Georgia Tech provides a platform technology that directly uses glucose oligomers (or cellodextrin) produced by degradation of lignocellulose for production... Read More
6467 – Microfluidic Polymer Droplet Gelation for Drug Delivery and Therapeutic Applications Key Attributes - Viable, cellular microenvironments requiring precise control are achieved using hydrogel microspheres with diameter sizes ranging from 10-1000 micrometers Background: Microencapsulation of cells in semi-permeable polymer networks is a promising approach for avoiding immunosuppressive... Read More
6416 – Novel Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Fabrication for Semiconductor and Integrated Circuit • Integrated interface between the heat sink and the chip reduces thermal resistance at the interface • Eliminates process steps and provides for a more cost-effective manufacturing solution • Increased reliability and improved thermal performance of electronic devices and circuits •... Read More
6404 – Novel Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Fabrication for Semiconductor and Integrated Circuit • Integrated interface between the heat sink and the chip reduces thermal resistance at the interface • Eliminates process steps and provides for a more cost-effective manufacturing solution • Increased reliability and improved thermal performance of electronic devices and circuits •... Read More
6405 – Nanowire Bundle Assembly for Microelectronic Interconnect Applications • Improved electrical connectivity along with stronger thermo-mechanical stress resistance • Overcomes issues faced by the use of rigid solder balls in current practice in the semiconductor chip fabrication process • Improved reliability due to substrate and die being mechanically decoupled • Development of... Read More