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December 19
A Massachusetts-based company is building a virtual aircraft maintenance trainer for the Air Force that would allow for larger class sizes and troubleshooting scenarios that are difficult to present i... Read More
Success Stories Department of Defense, Air Force
December 18
NASA enlisted the private sector to develop deformable mirror (DM) technology as a key component of starlight blocking instruments such as the Visible Nulling Coronagraph (VNC). The DM is used to corr... Read More
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
October 27
ED GAMES EXPO: Showcasing Learning Games Developed through SBIR         
SBIR Pulse National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Department of Education, Department of Agriculture
October 18
As a one-person start up, ESRG quickly learned how to leverage the SBIR program and state resources to evolve its technologies and deliver innovative solutions to the U.S. Navy. Having received Phase... Read More
Success Stories Department of Defense, Navy
October 04
Prior to Endurica, fatigue testing for rubber parts on vehicles including tires was done the old-fashioned way. Something was built, then it was tested until it was destroyed. The Army, wanting softwa... Read More
Success Stories Department of Defense, Army
October 04
Transitioning a government-funded technology to the commercial market is one of the many ways in which success is measured through SBIR. For FarSounder, the high-end yacht market proved to be the perf... Read More
Success Stories Department of Defense
October 04
Tammy Kwan, co-Founder and CEO of Cognitive ToyBox, said the abundance of “Digital Candy” on the market – downloadable apps for children that entertain but don’t educate – inspired her company to crea... Read More
SBIR Pulse
September 19
Methane gas, which is over twenty times more potent than carbon dioxide, is commonly produced by waste at landfills. Power companies have been using this methane gas for years to convert to energy, ho... Read More
Success Stories National Science Foundation
September 13
Canines are used in a variety of places to detect explosives, including airports, rail stations, embassies, postal facilities, and the battlefield. However, explosives training, which usually requires... Read More
Success Stories Department of Homeland Security

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