Commercialization News

Rahul Saxena, director of CREATE-X, presents at Founders' Forum
Rahul Saxena, who joined the Georgia Tech CREATE-X team in 2019,  has been appointed as the program's director. 
Professor Lakshmi "Prasad" Dasi
Groundbreaking research in cardiovascular engineering technology, led by Professor Prasad Dasi, is changing how the medical industry approaches heart care.
Islets (stained green with viability stain) mixed with microgels presenting FasL (red).
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a new biomaterial called iTOL-100 that could cure Type 1 diabetes by inducing immune acceptance of curative transplanted cells without immunosuppression.
Jud Ready leads the GTRI Nanomaterials Lab's Nano Group at the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Michael Filler, associate director for research programs in Georgia Tech’s Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, was recently featured on the “Stories from the NNI” podcast.
New Screening Technique Could Accelerate and Improve mRNA Therapies
Antibodies targeting surface and internal viral proteins appear key to recovery from a Covid-19 infection
A special session was held at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference
New grant from NIH supporting Cope lab’s work focused on long-term effects from platinum-based cancer drugs
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a wideband four-channel millimeter wave transmit-receive (T/R) module for potential military applications.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is participating in hackathon events to tackle real-world cybersecurity issues.
The TESLA (Tough and Ecological Supercritical Line Breaker for AC) team in front of high-voltage circuit breakers. 
Replacing the potent greenhouse gas SF6 in high-voltage circuit breakers with a clean alternative is critical as the U.S. looks to upgrade its aging electrical infrastructure.
Professor of Computer Science and Human-Centered Computing in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Yongxin Chen received the 2022 Donald P. Eckman Award at the American Control Conference Awards Ceremony, which was held Thursday, July 9th in Atlanta, Georgia.
Yue Chen and collaborators presenting their soft, flexible ‘hand’ at world’s top robotics conference
VentureLab director is one of nine from Georgia Tech to earn distinction.
Georgia Tech and Emory researchers moving the needle forward on insurance coverage for revolutionary treatment program for pediatric feeding disorders.
Georgia Tech’s Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program is a transformative approach to enhancing higher education
The multidisciplinary team included students from the Schools of Architecture, Building Construction, and the H. Milton School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
A team of Georgia Tech students and faculty members has won the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.
The custom microscope can reconstruct a comprehensive 3D representation with a single camera image.
Georgia Tech Startup Launch, the Institute’s startup accelerator founded and run by CREATE-X, has hit a new milestone in its ninth iteration. More than 100 teams, including 16 faculty teams coached by VentureLab, will spend the summer launching their proj
Researchers move hopeful new treatment closer to the clinic
Imagine you’re a college student cramming for a test in your dorm room. What if there was a way for the school supplies and food to be delivered right to your dorm – not by car or foot, but by drone?
Georgia Institute of Technology students, faculty, and staff return as winners from the 2022 ACCelerate Festival of Creativity and Innovation, and reflect on their experiences.
Georgia Tech researchers develop wireless electronic system for continuous monitoring of vascular system
Motivated by the passing of his father, Yeo and his group have developed a portable heart monitor with the goal of bringing reliable data to the home, at an affordable price.
In this Q&A, he talks about his startup queues, his experience with Startup Launch, and the progress he’s made since completing the program.
“The plan is to make Georgia Tech the number one commercialization campus in the country,” Sivakumar said. “We know that technology is important for delivering value in the real world, and that’s where we have a tremendous advantage."
IV infiltration detection device recognized for ability to monitor for important safety issues that can occur during intravenous (IV) therapy.
A new startup, Andson Biotech, hopes to make the development and production of these gene and cell therapies easier.
Clinical work begins with MagTrack, a cutting-edge assistive technology that enables power wheelchair users to control their connected devices and drive their power wheelchairs using an alternative, multimodal controller.
Should I apply to CREATE-X Startup Launch? Consider these benefits if you’re debating reasons to participate in the 12-week summer program where students “intern” to launch their own startup.
Georgia Tech is launching a sports-focused venture fund backed by deep-pocketed donors as the latest step in efforts the school says will help its intercollegiate athletes.
The EyeGage founder talks about her startup, her experience with Startup Launch, and the progress she's made since completing the program.
StrideLink, a new shoelace-sized wearable device created by Georgia Tech College of Engineering students, has the potential to advance standard physical therapy practices.
The deadline to apply is March 14, 2022.
Georgia Tech engineers have solved common problems (slow lithium-ion transport and poor mechanical properties) using rubber electrolytes.
Startup technology leads to Silicon Valley investment
A team of fourth-year computer science students from the Georgia Institute of Technology took home first place at CREATE-X’s fall 2021 Idea to Prototype (I2P) Showcase, held Dec. 6 in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building atrium.
Siva Sivakumar and Natalie Stingelin receive highest professional distinction for academic inventors
On December 3, 2021, Startup Exchange presented the Fall 2021 Fellowship Pitch Competition sponsored by the Georgia Tech Student Innovation Program.
InVenture Prize Finalist SPOT Harness is Fostering New Tech for Handicapped Pets
The Georgia Institute of Technology has named David Bridges vice president of the Enterprise Innovation Institute, effective Dec. 1.
His talk was titled, “Enabling student ownership of making, invention, and entrepreneurship.”
On the episode titled “A Materials World – Hacks & Gizmos with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Jud Ready,” Tyson and co-hosts speak with Dr. Jud Ready about some of his students’ inventions including the LZRD sleeve.
During the virtual event, student teams worked rapidly and collaboratively to propose one or more applications for Georgia Tech research patents and produce five-minute videos about the applications.
InVenture Prize Finalist Block Transfer is Making an Impact
The event will take place on Monday, December 6 in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building atrium from 5 to 7 p.m.
2021 InVenture Prize Finalists: Where Are They Now? Block Transfer is decentralizing the global financial market
InVenture Prize Finalist BCase is tackling the femtech space.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has named Marta Hatzell, Associate Professor in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, a 2021 Moore Inventor Fellow.
Coca-Cola joins blue chip roster of corporations supporting startups.
On June 19, the Georgia Tech InVenture Prize won its 5th Emmy Award!
Insight Optics has won third place at the Third Annual TiE University Global Pitch Competition.
The 2021 K-12 InVenture Prize Competition welcomed 77 participating teams to present their unique projects and design-based solutions.
Sherry Farrugia has been selected by the Global Center for Medical Innovation board of directors as the organization's CEO, effective April 1, 2021.
You can help Georgia Tech win the People's Choice award voting on April 5 or 6.
This week, Student Innovation is delighted to share a plethora of virtual events that can help you develop your low-level startup to a profitable business.
Fourth-year student’s garment designed to assist homeless populations takes top prize
The journey continues for BCase and CADe with a Kickstarter and the CREATE-X Startup Launch program, respectively.
In this years InVenture Prize event, five of the six teams competing in the finals have CREATE-X affiliation.
This week, Student Innovation again shares a host of virtual events designed to develop your ideas, with a special focus on inclusivity.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has given a Technical Achievement Award to Chris Countryman and Omer T. Inan for the engineering of the subminiature high-performance Countryman Associates lavalier microphones.
Faculty member’s innovative work in biotechnology gains national recognition.
Earlier this month, 2018 InVenture Prize winner, entrepreneur, and CEO Kolby Hanley celebrated the milestone of surpassing $1M in revenue.
A startup housed in the College of Computing has earned a $1.5 million NSF grant to support its mission of providing data science skills to people from disadvantaged communities in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech will take a lead role in the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation, a public-private partnership created to foster technology access, growth, entrepreneurship, and evolution across the state of Georgia.
Antibiotic-testing platform developed by a team that includes Peter Yunker gets a shot at commercialization.
Five promising biomedical research innovations across three campuses have been chosen for Biolocity’s newest cohort
Developed at Georgia Tech, a prototype that improves safety during helicopter rescues is vying for top prize in inventors contest.
Georgia Tech’s K12 InVenture Prize, held on March 13, 2019, pushed students to approach the innovation process from a unique and challenging perspective inside and outside of the classroom.
Both inventor finalist teams include biomedical engineering alumni
A prototype of the Stabilizing Aerial Loads Utility System, SALUS. The team of Georgia Tech students who invented the device are
One invention keeps patients safe during emergency airlifts. The other simplifies prostate-removal surgery.
RBI senior research engineer presents literature review during event
Separations researcher William J. Koros has been named a fellow in the National Academy of Inventors.
More than 1,000 students from 80 different schools came to Georgia Tech for a weekend of fast-paced ideation and innovation.
A group of Georgia Tech students and recent graduates will compete in the Collegiate Inventors Competition next month
Georgia Tech's Renewable Bioproducts Institute leads the way in new, innovative ways to use nanocellulose to improve composites and replace synthetic materials.
Up to $125,000 in cash and prizes awaits students with cyber ideas for research or commercialization.
Funding to support I-Corps Sites teams formed from Georgia Tech research.
Young inventors from Georgia win multiple awards at the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE).
Georgia Tech students will present their best cybersecurity research before a panel of venture capitalists and business leaders for a chance to win cash at the “Demo Day Finale” on April 13.
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry professor is the first from the College of Sciences to join the elite group.
The Collegiate Inventors Competition has selected a team of two Georgia Tech and Emory graduate students as finalists in its 2016 annual competition.
Researchers found that since 2000, most inventors when given the choice opted to disclose information about their patents before patent approval – even small inventors – and this disclosure correlates with more valuable patents.
Dupuis and Prausnitz join Peterson and Juang who were named in recent years.
An analysis of patented university inventions licensed to biotechnology firms has revealed early bottlenecks on the path to commercialization.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration grants public-private partnership five year award
Many Georgia Tech PhD students have found that the TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program helped broaden their career horizons by developing a deeper understanding of what it takes to commercialize research and techno
Fleming is Tech's chief commercialization officer