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TI:GER teaches students that the main hurdles to commercializing research are seldom technology-related.

TI:GER teams work together in the classroom and research lab to learn how to:

TI:GER students benefit from assigned business and legal mentors as well as meeting with industry representatives at biannual advisory board meetings. They also engage in consulting projects for startup companies associated with ATDC, Georgia's business incubator located at Georgia Tech. The program has received funding from a variety of sources including a National Science Foundation IGERT grant, the Alan and Mildred Peterson Foundation, the Warren Batts Endowment, the Donna and Richard Crutchfield Endowment, the Hal and John Smith Chair in Entrepreneurship, and others.


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