This catalog provides a comprehensive list of novel
devices developed at the University of Georgia and that are available for
licensing. The inventions listed herein fall into six categories which appear
in the following order: agricultural, automotive, electronics, medical,
research and telecommunications devices
This document also serves as a guide to
research carried out at UGA in the covered subject areas, seeking to create
opportunities for collaborative research between our investigators and
industry. We would like to encourage the readers to visit our researchers’
webpages as well as those pages for pertinent institutional research programs.
Several of the units listed starting on page 26 of this document are also
experienced service providers to industry.
Research and service partnerships may be forged independently of
This document is divided into two main parts, (i)
Technology Listing and (ii) Research and Service Resources, in this order.
The electronic version of this Catalog
provides you with active links to (i)
the email address of the respective case managers; (ii) the webpage for the inventors of each technology detailing their
respective research interests; (iii)
when available, patents and published patent applications for each technology,
(iv) publications by the inventors
that are related to each invention and (v)
webpages for UGA Centers and Institutes carrying research in the areas of this
When listing publications under an invention
heading, we included not only those publications that are directly associated
with – and describe – the invention, but
also other publications by the inventors which speak to the invention and are
closely related to it.
Please note that, while we attempted to
provide links to open access versions of publications, links to some of the
publications in this catalog may only display the respective manuscripts in the
event you have a site subscription to the corresponding journals. Should you
not be able to access a publication, please, contact the respective case
manager for assistance.
Inventions may be licensed exclusively,
non-exclusively, worldwide or to limited territories depending on a licensee’s
needs and the specific availability for a given technology.