Category Archives: Blog – Technology Commercialization

Sep 28

Department of Energy (DOE) Phase 0 Assistance Program

By Rich Smerbeck, DOE Program Manager Last month, the Department of Energy (DOE) Phase 0 Assistance Program rolled out its first ever Online Tutorials (www.doesbirlearning.com), which are designed to assist individuals who wish to submit a compelling Small Business Innovation … Read More

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Sep 28

Q&A with Ryan Gessner of Sonovol – SBIR Success at NSF

By John Ujvari, SBIR/STTR Specialist, NC SBTDC Please give our readers an overview of SonoVol. SonoVol is developing a medical imaging technology that can be applied to the drug development pipeline, specifically to evaluate the efficacy and toxicity of new … Read More

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Aug 12

NC Based SBIR Awardee, Indexus Biomedical, Aims to Make Advanced Diagnostic Healthcare Affordable and Accessible

As the need for hematology and immunoassay testing grows, Indexus Biomedical, a small business based in RTP, NC is taking the lead in developing a novel platform specifically to facilitate advanced diagnostics at the primary care level for HIV infected … Read More

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Aug 12

SBTDC’s Technology Commercialization Internship Provides 4000 Hours of Service

The SBTDC’s 2015 Technology Commercialization Summer Internship Program recently wrapped up with final presentations. Ten students served as interns this year, representing five university programs. MBA Programs from NC State, Duke, UNC and Western Carolina provided a total of six … Read More

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Aug 12

NIH: 5-step Registration Process to Ensure Timely Submission

Courtesy of NIH SBIR/STTR Program The next HHS/NIH SBIR/STTR application deadline is less than two months away on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 5 pm local time. (Note that since September 5th falls on a weekend, and Monday, September 7th is … Read More

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Jun 29

NIH Releases Solicitations

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has just released the 2015 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Omnibus Grant Solicitations! These solicitations will be used by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers … Read More

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Mar 24

SBIR/STTR Q&A with John Ujvari, SBIR Program Specialist with the SBTDC

This new series will feature a guest each month to get his/her insights on SBIR topics important to you. This month we interview John Ujvari, SBIR Program Specialist with the NC Small Business and Technology Development Center:   Q: How … Read More

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Mar 24

SBIR/STTR Q&A with John Ujvari, SBIR Program Specialist with the SBTDC

This new series will feature a guest each month to get his/her insights on SBIR topics important to you. This month we interview John Ujvari, SBIR Program Specialist with the NC Small Business and Technology Development Center:   Q: How … Read More

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