Recognizing that business can be a powerful force for positive change, I2S is an opportunity for Georgia Tech students to propose potentially profitable ideas for products and services that address social and environmental issues.

Recent Submissions

  • Vein-to-Vein 

    Banga, Rohit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04-10)
    A free and open source blood inventory management system to replace manual records used in many African countries and ensure the safety of blood used in transfusions.
  • The Pentorship Program 

    Daniel, Kristen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04-10)
    Aims to reduce the rate of recidivism by providing business planning assistance, entrepreneurship courses, digital literacy and technology education to prison inmates.
  • FloMera 

    He, Jimmy; Walling, Jessica; Wang, Billy; Escobar, Ernesto (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04-10)
    A way to detect breast cancer using a single drop of blood, providing earlier detection, lower cost, easier use, and better results than the existing mammogram.
  • Blue Sky 

    Mathias, Drew; Olearnick, Clint; Peay, Clifton (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04-10)
    Affordable, effective, and “green” air filtration mask combined with a business model that reduces income inequality and funds pollution control measures.
  • AnemoCheck 

    Tyburski, Erika (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04-10)
    A revolutionary approach to testing for anemia using only a single drop of blood, AnemoCheck allows simple, accurate diagnosis and has potential to be used in resource-poor settings around the world.
  • OneTab 

    Chism, Benjamin; Gaupp, Eric; Kim, Joseph; Lee, Joshua; Weil, Christian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-16)
    OneTab - A concept for an ECG device that will to work on electronic waste parts using a minimum amount of hazardous components. It will be able to transmit medical information from hospitals where energy and medical ...
  • Urban RePeel 

    McGrath, Jared; Ravenelle, Ryan; Sullivan, Nicole (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-16)
    Urban RePeel - Creating urban composting centers in an effort to minimize the large amounts of food waste leaving apartment complexes, supermarkets, and airports. Will transform waste into natural fuel for crops.