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Tech TI:GER Team Wins TiE Entrepreneurship Competition for Spinal Implant Device
Georgia Tech’s Viapore team recently won first place ($5,000) in the TiE Atlanta Young Entrepreneurs University Competition for its medical device to improve the outcomes of spinal surgery.
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Technology to Monitor Diabetes in Pets Wins 2015 Startup Competition
A team with technology that could help monitor the condition of cats and dogs with diabetes won Georgia Tech’s 2015 Startup Competition ($15,000, plus the Edison Prize: a $15,000 convertible note).
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TI:GER Team LymphaTech on Winning Streak in Business Plan Competitions
LymphaTech, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, is on a winning streak at national and international business plan competitions.
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TI:GER Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Georgia Tech Start-Up Competition
CheckDroid, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, won the first Georgia Tech Start-up Competition.
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TI:GER® Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Startup Madness
CheckDroid, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, won the 4th annual ACC Startup Madness in Raleigh, NC.
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TI:GER Program Gives ECE Research Students Entrepreneurial Edge
Doctoral students in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) are accustomed to conducting world-class research that leads to innovative technologies, but when it comes to translating a great idea into a marketable product there can often be a disconnect. How does a technology researcher learn about topics such as patent law, business plans, marketing strategy, and intellectual property analysis? The TI:GER (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) program in the Scheller College of Business can bridge the gap.
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TI:GER Team GoNow Wins Business Plan Competition for Bladder Control Technology
Technology that could help spinal-cord injury sufferers control their bladder by remote control won first place ($10,000) in the 2013 Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition.
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Full-time MBA Profile: Entrepreneurship Program Preparing Heather Y. Kim for Future Careers
Second-year MBA student Heather Y. Kim credits a lot of her drive for success to her father, who brought his family to Atlanta from South Korea with only $300 in his pocket when she was four years old.
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