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July 08
September 6 is the next HHS SBIR/STTR standard deadline! Talk to an HHS SBIR/STTR program manager today for advice.
News Department of Health and Human Services
July 07
Kentucky Science & Engineering Foundation (http://ksef.kstc.com/) is hosting an NIH SBIR/STTR live broadcast on July 11, 2016.
News Department of Health and Human Services
June 24
Join us in Orlando for the HHS SBIR/STTR Conference!Learn how to win SBIR/STTR funding for your health or medical technology.
News Department of Health and Human Services
June 16
A modern spacecraft performing interplanetary missions may change velocity by more than 20,000 miles per hour (32,000 km/hr). To achieve these speeds, Hall Effect Thrusters and other forms of ion pro... Read More
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
June 16
For small businesses participating in the SBIR/STTR programs, understanding Intellectual Property (IP) - Patents, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, and Copyrights - is necessary to protect ideas, products a... Read More
News Department of Health and Human Services
June 15
Storing oxygen for astronauts is a process made more efficient by Giner’s Dimensionally Stable Membrane (DSM) for NASA’s high pressure electrolyzers.
Success Stories Environmental Protection Agency
June 15
While most people equate NASA with space exploration, the agency actually sets standards across the general aviation industry and influences how Americans fly everyday.
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
June 15
The LITA 1-meter class drill, a successor to the Icebreaker drill, was integrated onto NASA’s Lunar Resource Prospector, which aims to be the first mining expedition on another world
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
June 15
The 2020 Mars Rover is already one of the most highly anticipated robotic missions in NASA’s history. As part of the Mars Exploration Program, this rover is designed to address key questions
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
June 15
The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast expedited a need for updated flood maps and corresponding risk. FEMA used WorldWinds’ technology developed under the NASA SBIR program to update i... Read More
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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