Category Archives: Technology Commercialization

Mar 28

NSF Pilots New SBIR/STTR Application Process

The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a new, pilot program for their SBIR/STTR proposal submission process. On March 5th, the NSF implemented full “Submission Windows” for invited proposals (as opposed to specific deadlines). The first Submission Window is active now … Read More

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Mar 28

NSF Pilots New SBIR/STTR Application Process

The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a new, pilot program for their SBIR/STTR proposal submission process. On March 5th, the NSF implemented full “Submission Windows” for invited proposals (as opposed to specific deadlines). The first Submission Window is active now … Read More

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Mar 27

NC’s Kepley BioSystems NSF SBIR Focuses on Horseshoe Crabs

Every year, hundreds of thousands of wild Atlantic horseshoe crabs (HSCs) are captured and ultimately returned to the water by the biomedical industry. Their blood is required to conduct drug and device sterility testing to protect the safety of millions … Read More

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Mar 27

NC’s Kepley BioSystems NSF SBIR Focuses on Horseshoe Crabs

Every year, hundreds of thousands of wild Atlantic horseshoe crabs (HSCs) are captured and ultimately returned to the water by the biomedical industry. Their blood is required to conduct drug and device sterility testing to protect the safety of millions … Read More

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Jan 25

DoD SBIR/STTR – Funding Beyond Shields and Swords

When deciding to test the SBIR/STTR waters, many innovators find themselves focusing on one or two of the 11 agencies that participate in the SBIR program. This happens because, generally, an agency may have an obvious sweet spot for solicitation … Read More

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