Team BanyanTech won Georgia Tech¿s 2016 Startup Competition with a device that can remove heat from personal electronic devices. The prize, $10,000, was the top in the contest in which TI:GER teams swept first, second, and third places.
Team Viapore, a TI:GER team consisting of an Emory Law student and Georgia Tech MBA and PhD students, won the April TiE Atlanta Young Entrepreneurs University Competition with their medical device for spinal implants. Brad Schweizer 15L, a dual JD/MBA candidate, and his Tech counterparts placed first among the seven finalists.
Five enterprising students and their implantable device for pets won first place at the 2015 Georgia Tech Startup Competition. The first-year TI:GER® team beat out 11 other finalists with their pitch for a device that will monitor and, ultimately, regulate blood glucose levels in cats and dogs.
The students behind LymphaTech met through Georgia Tech's Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER) program, a program in collaboration with Emory that aims to create future business opportunities by fostering relationships between the law and technology.
A team of Emory Law and Georgia Tech students recently took home sixth place at an international startup competition.
Emory Law students dominated at regional and national tourneys.
CheckDroid from the Georgia Tech/ Emory Law TI:GER program won the Startup Madness competition at North Carolina State University.
TI:GER team LymphaTech was selected as a semifinalist in the 2014 New Venture Championship and will participate in the elevator pitch competition in Portland, Ore., April 3-5.