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Company: ORGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 2
Abstract: Fresh osteochondral allografts have been proven clinically effective. However, the logistics of getting fresh, viable cartilage from donor to recipient requires the development of tissue banking methods. Conventional cryopreserved osteochondral grafts perform poorly in vivo and it is well… more
Company: ORGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Diseases of the bone marrow that may be treated with cryopreserved hemopoletic stem cell transplantation indude the leukemias, lymphomas and aplastic anemia. In the field of cryopreservation, current opinion is that cryoprotective agents should be removed prior… more
Company: ORGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Long term preservation is crucial as an enabling technology for tissue engineering. Cryopreservation would provide an ideal solution to this need except that ice crystallization in complex multicomponent tissues causes injury to the cells and the extracellular… more
Company: POLY-MED, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: The Phase I study demonstrated the feasibility that highly oriented PEEK and carbon-fiber-reinforced PEEK (CFR-PEEK) could be engineered as surface phosphonylated dental implants and these implants could be microtextured to enhance osseointegration. In the Phase I study, surface-phosphonylated and… more
Company: POLY-MED, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 2
Abstract: The Phase I study demonstrated the feasibility that highly oriented PEEK and carbon-fiber-reinforced PEEK (CFR-PEEK) could be engineered as surface phosphonylated dental implants and these implants could be microtextured to enhance osseointegration. In the Phase I study, surface-phosphonylated and… more
Company: POLY-MED, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: Phase I study and recent results demonstrated that (1) polypropylene (PP) monofilament and polyglycolide (PG) braided sutures can be sterilized by 5 and 7.5 kGy gamma radiation in sealed packages in the presence of minute amounts of radiolytically controlled formaldehyde (CH2O) precursors; (2) under… more
Company: POLY-MED, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 2
Abstract: Phase I study and recent results demonstrated that (1) polypropylene (PP) monofilament and polyglycolide (PG) braided sutures can be sterilized by 5 and 7.5 kGy gamma radiation in sealed packages in the presence of minute amounts of radiolytically controlled formaldehyde (CH2O) precursors; (2) under… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: We propose to develop a new approach to recessed gate/active passivation AlGaN/GaN FET technology for the development of high-power AlN/AlGaN/GaN recessed gate Heterostructure Field Effect Transistors (HFET) for microwave amplifiers. We will use ourproprietary technology of the textured AlN thin… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: We will develop commercially viable AlN/GaN/InN-based epitaxial wafer technology for manufacturing of reliable high microwave power transistors and amplifiers for new generation T/R modules. This technology is based on the development of a reproducibleMOCVD epitaxial layer growth technology using… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: We will develop commercially viable AlN/GaN/InN-based epitaxial wafer technology for manufacturing of reliable high microwave power transistors and amplifiers for new generation T/R modules. The technology will be based on the development of a reproducibleMOCVD epitaxial layer growth technology… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: "We will develop commercially viable quaternary AlInGaN-based epitaxial wafer technology on semi-insulating 6H-SiC for manufacturing of reliable high microwave power transistors and amplifiers for new generation of radars and wireless communication systems.We will use our proprietary growth… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: We propose to evaluate the feasibility of single crystal bulk AlN substrates for the development of high-power, high-frequency III-Nitride Double Heterostructure Field Effect Transistors (DHFETs) as building blocks for microwave (X-band and higher)amplifiers. Higher reliability and increased… more
Company: Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: We propose to develop technology for manufacturing deep ultraviolet (DUV) semiconductor Laser Diode (LDs) emitting in the spectral range of 250 nm. Blue and near UV (wavelength > 370 nm) light emitters are based on GaN/InGaN material system. In Phase I, wewill demonstrate LD structures with… more
Company: Southland Fisheries Corporation Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOC / SBIR / 2002 / 2
Abstract: Larviculture of marine finfish to provide feed trained healthy seedstock is a major constraint to the merging marine aquaculture industry. Recent research (Phase 1) in the U.S. and some anecdotal information from Asian services have shown success in captive habituation, maturation and spawning wild… more
Company: Southland Fisheries Corporation Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOC / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: Larviculture of marine finfish to provide feed trained healthy seedstock is a major constraint to the merging marine aquaculture industry. Recent research (Phase 1) in the U.S. and some anecdotal information from Asian services have shown success in captive habituation, maturation and spawning wild… more
Company: TRANS SCIENCE, INC. (T.S.I.) Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2002 / 1
Abstract: DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Our goal is to develop a non-powered multi-layer bandage that will provide effective warming therapy to chronic wounds at greatly reduced cost. Ultimately this may bring warming therapy into the nursing home and home care settings where cost is a significant… more
Company: Alpha Manufacturing, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NSF / SBIR / 2001 / 2
Abstract: This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II project will advance full-field, three-dimensional image correlation measurement technology to a level far beyond the current state-of-the-art. The research will produce a prototype commercial measurement system that will present a cost… more
Company: Alpha Manufacturing, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NSF / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II project will advance full-field, three-dimensional image correlation measurement technology to a level far beyond the current state-of-the-art. The research will produce a prototype commercial measurement system that will present a cost… more
Company: BANDGAP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2001 / 2
Abstract: The development of a process to produce semi-insulating (SI) silicon carbide (SiC) boules with improved yields will significantly reduce the cost of wafers and thus accelerate the rapid commercialization of SI SiC for microwave and RF system applications.The objective of this Phase II project is to… more
Company: BANDGAP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: Absence of low defect density large diameter (~100mm) silicon carbide (SiC) wafers is a major barrier for the commercial production of SiC based devices. This phase I program is aimed at demonstrating a novel technique that will significantly reduce themechanical stress in SiC during boule growth. … more
Company: BANDGAP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: This Phase I program is aimed at demonstrating the principle of off c-axis boule growth of 4H-SiC. In Phase I, using off-axis SiC seeds, we will demonstrate the growth of 4H-n SiC boules~15 mm long. Also in Phase I, we will slice the off-axis boules intowafers, lap and polish them, and perform… more
Company: BANDGAP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: This Phase I program is aimed at demonstrating a novel SiC source material synthesis technique that will be used to grow high resistivity SiC. In this effort, we will demonstrate that the proposed source material synthesis technique will produce SiCstarting material that is far superior to… more
Company: Belford Research, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2001 / 2
Abstract: We proposed a simple wafer scale method to leap frog current CMOS technology. The slow-down in CMOS scaling is limited by technology difficulties and by economics. In tooling up for .13-micron technology, the jump from .18-micron is costing $10 billionis equipment alone, plus accompanying expenses… more
Company: DOTY SCIENTIFIC, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: DESCRIPTION (Provided by Applicant): Improvements in signal to noise ratio (SNR) and ease of use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) rf coils are needed to improve image quality and patient throughput. The goal of this Phase I project is to develop a novel rf coil… more
Company: DOTY SCIENTIFIC, INC. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: HHS / SBIR / 2001 / 1
Abstract: DESCRIPTION (Applicant's abstract verbatim): The object of this Phase I proposal is to demonstrate feasibility of a gradient coil suitable for human head Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) microscopy at fields from 1 to 8 T with substantially higher performance than is… more
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