Georgia Tech students win grant from Chile
A company started by current Georgia Tech students and recent graduates won a $40,000 grant through a program designed to promote and attract entrepreneurs to Chile.
T.O.H.L. (Tubing Operations for Humanitarian Logistics) competed with more than 570 other groups to win one of 100 start-up grants. The group developed new methods to provide aid to disaster victims. The team uses coiled tubing to bring water and other supplies to isolated villages when roads are impassible.