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Venture Lab Competition -Brian Schmatz (4th from right) and Jordan Gulli (far right)
New TI:GER Teams Wrapping Up a Successful First Year
The new incoming class of TI:GER students did outstanding work this year on their commercialization plans with several teams already achieving major recognition.
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Bob Gemmell, Executive Director of the TI:GER Program
Georgia Tech Alumnus Robert Gemmell Named Executive Director of the TI:GER Program
Robert Gemmell, BSEE 1979, MSEE 1980, returns to Georgia Tech as the new executive director of the Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER) program.
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Henry Sauermann is associate professor of strategic management at the Scheller College.
Significant Portion of Postdoc Researchers Eye Non-Academic Careers, Study Shows
For doctoral students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, landing a job as a research-oriented college or university faculty member typically requires having spent time as a postdoctoral researcher.
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Team Bac-Off won the Ideas Track at I2S.
Ideas to Serve Competition Honors Business Concepts Aiming to Better the World
Bac-Off, a long lasting antibacterial solution for textiles that targets reducing hospital acquired infections, and Memora Health, a personalized healthcare solution, were the top teams in the 2016 Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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On the right: Nicole Morris, Emory's TI:GER Program Director
TI:GER Innovation Conference: Solutions in Healthcare
The inaugural TI:GER Innovation Conference: Solutions in Healthcare was held at Emory Law in January. It was an exciting forum to share current healthcare business practices, discuss the legal and economic challenges, and showcase new technology from the TI:GER teams.
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David Cummings, CEO at Atlanta Ventures and founder of the Atlanta Tech Village
TI:GER Welcomes Three New Board Members
Three new board members have joined the TI:GER Board: David Cummings, CEO at Atlanta Ventures and founder of the Atlanta Tech Village; Blake Patton, Chairman of the Board of Pointivo and Venture Atlanta; and Al Trujillo, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.
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TI:GER team BanyanTech presents its technology during the final round of the 2016 Georgia Tech Startup Competition. Photo courtesy of Sandbox ATL/Tech Square ATL.
Technology to Help Remove Heat from Electronics Wins 2016 Startup Competition
A team that can better remove heat from your electronic devices won Georgia Tech’s 2016 Startup Competition ($10,000 prize).
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Viapore has developed the business concept for spinal implact technology through participation in Georgia Tech’s interdisciplinary Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER) Program.
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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