News and Updates

Lights, camera, action: Georgia Tech celebrates film industry innovations at World IP Day event

Without wondrous technical revelations such as synchronous sound, color film, innovative camera rigs, and computerized special effects, the American film industry wouldn’t be the entertainment powerhouse it is today. How does the movie business nurture these ever-advancing technologies, while also … Read more

Newly Launched “Contract Continuum” Streamlines University-Industry Collaborations

Georgia Tech has launched a new initiative – the Contract Continuum – that will make it easier for industry to engage with university researchers at any point in the R&D process, from early stage research to product launch. This collection … Read more

Seminar on Patentability of Genes and Diagnostics

On Thursday, September 26, 2013, Georgia Tech will host a seminar on the recent Supreme Court ruling, Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. The 2013 case challenged whether it is valid to patent genes and diagnostics in the U.S. … Read more

Georgia Tech Offers Training on Export Control, Startups

Georgia Tech’s innovators and entrepreneurs still have time before the end of the school year to take advantage of several university-sponsored training opportunities. The Georgia Tech Integrated Program for Startups (GT:IPS®), which helps entrepreneurs develop the skills required to effectively … Read more

Georgia Tech’s Office of Industry Engagement to Share Best Practices in Open Innovation

Kevin Wozniak, Executive Director of Georgia Tech’s Office of Industry Engagement, will serve as a panelist for a Technology Transfer Tactics webinar, “Open Innovation Best Practices for University Tech Transfer.” This live, interactive webinar will take place on Friday, April … Read more

Industry Engagement Hosts FDA Symposium

On January 24, 2013, the Office of Industry Engagement hosted an FDA Symposium entitled “Medical Devices and the FDA – Tips for Researchers.” FDA experts provided Georgia Tech faculty, researchers, and students with an overview of the types of medical … Read more