Category Archives: Blog – Technology Commercialization

Sep 25

NC’s SBIR / STTR Awards Rise Significantly over 2015

North Carolina’s small R&D companies continued to accelerate its use of the federal SBIR and STTR funding mechanisms. Award data for 2017 was compared against that of 2015 and all metrics analyzed demonstrated healthy gains. Most notably, total dollars awarded … Read More

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Jan 22

NC Sucess Story: NSF Awardee Athena's Compass

Washington, NC based Athena’s Compass has a mission is to deliver the most exciting and impactful learning experiences possible to empower and to equip our youth with the skills needed to succeed in science, technology, engineering, and math. Game-based learning … Read More

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Jan 22

NC Sucess Story: NSF Awardee Athena’s Compass

Washington, NC based Athena’s Compass has a mission is to deliver the most exciting and impactful learning experiences possible to empower and to equip our youth with the skills needed to succeed in science, technology, engineering, and math. Game-based learning … Read More

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Dec 14

Keply BioSystems Selected to Present in DC

The Tech Commercialization Team congratulates Anthony Dellinger and his team at Kepley BioSystems for being among ten companies selected from a nationwide pool to present at the ASBDC Client Showcase in Washington, DC. Located in the Triad, Kepley BioSystems (KBI) … Read More

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Sep 06

NIH/CDC SBIR Contract Solicitation PHS 2018-1 Webinar Recording, Transcript, and Slides Now Available

The contract submission deadline is October 20, 2017, 5:00 PM EDT. Please follow the directions in the solicitation very carefully. You must respond exactly to a topic in the solicitation. As always, we encourage you to start the registration and … Read More

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Sep 06

SBTDC and SBIR Client Success Story…Kepley BioSystems, Inc.

Located in the Triad, Kepley BioSystems began as a startup at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN/NC A&T and UNCG). Professor Christopher Kepley, Dr. Anthony Dellinger, and lead inventor Terry E. Brady, decided to develop a replacement for … Read More

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Sep 06

SBIR Proposal Writing Basics: Advice for SBIR/STTR Proposers to Dept. of Energy (DoE)

Gail & Jim Greenwood, Greenwood Consulting Group, Inc. Copyright © 2017 by Greenwood Consulting Group, Inc. The Dept. of Energy (DOE) has initiated its first request for SBIR/STTR Phase I proposals for Federal Fiscal Year 2018. DOE has some interesting … Read More

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Jun 01

STTR Awardee Highlight: Clinical Sensors Awarded Over $1.5M in NIH Grants to Advance Nitric Oxide Diagnostic for Sepsis

By Barry Teater, NCBiotech Writer Clinical Sensors Inc., a small diagnostic device company in Research Triangle Park, has won two grants totaling more than $1.5 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support the development of its point-of-care … Read More

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