August 11, 2015 1:51 PM EDT

Since launching in 1998, Google has expanded from a simple search engine into a sprawling operation with operations in everything from the life sciences to self-driving cars. Now, those different businesses are being separated as subsidiaries under a new holding company called Alphabet.

The new corporate structure will give Google itself a tighter focus on its advertising business, while spinning off operations that are “far afield” of those efforts into separate companies, Page said in a blog post.

Here’s a quick rundown of the many different ventures that now comprise Alphabet.

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