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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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7900 – A method for data collection from a wireless network, to reduce congestion and power consumption. Background: As monitoring systems for applications such as, oil and gas exploration, agriculture, meteorological studies, and earthquake detection continue to advance in size and data quality, the process of such a large collection of data becomes equally challenging. Wireless systems for... Read More
7793 – A method to prevent fluid filter fouling in dead-end filtration using periodic backflush. Background: Dead-end filters are filters that offer filtration where the solution to be filtered passes through the membrane surface orthogonally. These have been incorporated into the clinical setting for a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic applications ranging from tissue engineering to... Read More
7778-7586 – An array of magnetically actuated micro-cilia based upon fabrication of thin film of magnetic materials. Background: Researchers have recently shown various fabrication and actuation methods for artificial cilia and have studied its applicability in Lab-On-Chip devices for mixing, pumping and other microscale fluid handling processes. Among the different techniques demonstrated,... Read More
4028 – A physical defense to limit hacker effectiveness on the security of RFID systems Background: Radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips use electromagnetic fields to identify and track a wide variety of product, and their small size allows for implementation across fields. They can be used to prevent theft and manage logistics in retail, secure identities with credit cards and... Read More
7808 – A novel technique that enables the use of polymers otherwise incompatible with existing manufacturing techniques. Background: Additive manufacturing techniques produce complex structures that are difficult or impossible to create using traditional methods and has been widely applied in developing microfluidic devices, structured biomaterials, and structures with high mechanical strength.... Read More
5784 – Cost and energy efficient method for surface nanomodification for biotechnological applications. Background: Surface modification changes the surface of a material by introducing physical, chemical, or biological characteristics different from the original surface. These modifications are typically made to solid materials in order to bring about a wide range of functional properties. A... Read More
6914-7046-7298-7902 – Software and methods for network monitoring and basic intrusion detection systems Background: Cyber-based compromises can lead to loss of life, widespread blackouts, and environmental disasters. To secure these networks, you must know what devices have access and if malware is on critical industrial control system (ICS). Another important element is the ability to quickly restore... Read More
7712 – An efficient alternative nitrogen fixation method to the Haber-Bosch process Background: Nitrogen fixation is a process by which nitrogen gas is converted into ammonia. Current industrial methods involve the Haber-Bosch process, which require high temperatures (400-450 °C), high pressures (200 atm) and large reactors. Because of this, more sustainable and energy efficient processes for... Read More
7883 – A device for creating a more comprehensive human bone marrow mimic for drug screening and toxicity tests. Background: Bone marrow samples are increasingly desirable for drug discovery because of their wide range of disease research applications. Bone marrow is very sensitive to toxicity. When used in research, toxic components can more easily be identified and eliminated. The use of... Read More
7766 – A method to sample tissue interstitial fluid biomarkers using microneedles. Background: Tissue interstitial fluid (ISF), the fluid in spaces between the tissue cells, is a novel source of biomarkers that compliments conventional fluid sources like blood and urine. The use of ISF for therapeutic drug monitoring, dermatological diagnoses and continuous biomarker measurements without... Read More