With the aim of developing clean-energy batteries for electric vehicles and sustainable transportation, Georgia Tech professor Dr. Gleb Yushin launched Sila Nanotechnologies in 2011 after 15 years of materials science and engineering research.
Based on patented technology licensed from Georgia Tech, the Clean Hands – Safe Hands system was named a 2020 “Best Infection Prevention Product” in the monitoring category by Newsweek and The Leapfrog Group.
Georgia Tech has licensed its technology for sheer films that can instantaneously change the appearance of glass, plastics, and metals to NxN Licensing. Under this license, NxN will help companies develop the means to customize the color, opacity, and clarity of their products.
Georgia Tech is a premier hub for those seeking new ventures or entrepreneurial opportunities. Its rich culture provides the best of technology, capital, and knowledge needed for first-class startups.
Akrometrix, a Georgia-based company founded upon the pioneering work of Dr. I.
Inertial sensors from Georgia Tech’s Integrated MEMS Laboratory
The Georgia Tech Research Corporation developed a mapping system for Microsoft Windows® to display topographical maps, aeronautical charts, satellite images, and other maps.
Helping South Africa Keep the Lights on and Modernize, Despite Daily Power Outages
Helping Medicine Move to the Next Level
When cardiologist Jay Yadav teamed up with Georgia Tech professor Mark Allen to explore the new area of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) in 2001, they hadn’t envisioned results that would lead the way in medicine.