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UPDATE: MPI Georgia Tech Summit has been postponed

February 28, 2020

UPDATE: MPI Georgia Tech Summit has been postponed
The theme this year is InTECHgration. Tech Summit will have three keynote speakers discussing how to increase your online presence with the integration of technology and social media to enhance you…
UPDATE: Secrets of the Universe, Revealed With SOLIDWORKS Has Been Postponed

February 21, 2020

UPDATE: Secrets of the Universe, Revealed With SOLIDWORKS Has Been Postponed
Paul Parise will present a variety of topics using SOLIDWORKS. There will be some useful tips & tricks. Also, a lot of interesting topics in Auto Racing Technology, Math, Science, Astronomy.
Meet Myron Creel: TechFarms Tenant

February 18, 2020

Meet Myron Creel: TechFarms Tenant
Meet Myron Creel, TechFarms’ newest tenant. Myron is a Senior Mechanical Engineer with several decades of manufacturing, design, and management experience. He provides mechanical and manufacturing p
Chaos Audio Wins Innovation Competition with Smart Guitar Pedal

December 20, 2019

Chaos Audio Wins Innovation Competition with Smart Guitar Pedal
Chaos Audio, a student-run company working in conjunction with TechFarms, recently won an innovation challenge for a guitar pedal and app that can store hundreds of audio effects and layer them to …
EntreCon 2019

November 18, 2019

EntreCon 2019
Employee culture and customer experience expert, Jake Poore shared both the best practices and lessons learned that will arm and empower every member of the team with the tools they need to become …
Bernstein Event 2019

November 15, 2019

Bernstein Event 2019
On November 6th, 2019 TechFarms co-hosted an event with Alliance Bernstein: Investing in Innovation 2.0 How Technology is Driving Generational Change with Consumers and Investors. Attendees trave…
Meet the 24-year-old Trying to Build the World’s First Personal Flying Device

October 22, 2019

Meet the 24-year-old Trying to Build the World’s First Personal Flying Device
[Good Morning America]By Teri Whitcraft Three years ago, Mariah Cain was teaching extreme water sports to tourists in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and working part-time as stewardess on yachts.Now, the
WannaCry Attack is Good Business for Cyber Security Firms

May 19, 2017

WannaCry Attack is Good Business for Cyber Security Firms
Security experts say hospitals, where the stakes are especially high, represent a case study in how legacy industries need to up their cyber security game.
Catching Up With DragonAir Aviation

September 17, 2019

Catching Up With DragonAir Aviation
In March, TechFarms tenant DragonAir Aviation was named one of five finalists in the $1 million GoFly competition, an international human flight contest sponsored by Boeing.