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<p>STORD co-founders Sean Henry and Jacob Boudreau</p>

On the heels of a $2.4 million dollar round of funding, STORD co-founders Sean Henry and Jacob Boudreau discuss how CREATE-X turned their warehouse logistics software idea into a profitable company.

May 1, 2018
Atlanta, GA

The School of Industrial Design and CREATE-X have launched a new competition designed to encourage more ID students to take part in the program.

Malrey Head 
Atlanta, GA

April 30, 2018
Atlanta, GA
<p>Ideas to Prototype Showcase</p>

Students can find some of Tech’s most passionate inventors in Clough Commons this Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Idea to Prototype (I2P) showcase.

Austin McCandlish

Institute Communications

April 23, 2018
Atlanta, GA

Today, CREATE-X announced that Atlanta business leader and venture capitalist Greg Foster has been named associate director of the program and professor of the practice in the College of Engineering.

April 16, 2018
Atlanta, GA
<p>InVenture Prize finalist PedalCreator provides guitarists with affordable, customizable sound effects. The design includes a modular base built to house two cartridges. (Photo by Allison Carter)</p>

InVenture Prize finalist PedalCreator provides guitarists with affordable, customizable sound effects.

Laura Diamond 
Media Relations 
laura.diamond@gatech.edu

404-660-2927

March 6, 2018
Atlanta, GA
<p>A member of the Coweta County Fire Department wears the latest version of the FireHUD device. Georgia Tech graduates started the company to protect first responders. </p>

The 2016 InVenture Prize winners will use an NSF award to conduct additional research and development on a system to protect first responders.

Laura Diamond 
Media Relations 
laura.diamond@gatech.edu

404-660-2927

February 7, 2018
Atlanta, GA

CREATE-X is looking back at the past four years, and focusing on how to turn Georgia Tech into the No. 1 startup campus in the nation.

Georgia Parmelee

January 22, 2018
Atlanta, GA

An invention from Georgia Tech students that makes it easier to locate items in large warehouses is a finalist for the 2017 Collegiate Inventors Competition, which honors the nation’s top collegiate inventors.

Laura Diamond 
Media Relations 
404-894-6016

@LauraRDiamond

September 26, 2017
Atlanta, GA
<p>Sarthak Srinivas, a computer science major, demonstrates an invention that makes it easier to manage warehouse inventory. The device is a finalist for the 2017 Collegiate Inventors Competition. It was also a finalist for Georgia Tech's InVenture Prize. Photo by Rob Felt. </p>

Team's invention makes it easier to manage warehouse inventory. Oculogx is competing in 2017 Collegiate Inventors Competition.

Laura Diamond 
Media Relations 
404-894-6016

@LauraRDiamond

September 26, 2017
Atlanta, GA

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