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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY21 is not expected to be complete until September, 2022.

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  1. Low-Cost Biological Solution for Reducing Carbon Pollution in Chemical Manufacturing

    SBC: INDUSTRIAL MICROBES, INC.            Topic: 14NCER1A

    Industrial Microbes is developing a green fermentation platform to replace carbon-emitting petrochemical production with newer methods that build chemicals out of methane and carbon dioxide.Chemical production is a major source of carbon pollution, responsible for 18% of direct industrialemissions. Our innovation is an engineered microbe that can consume carbon dioxide and methane and produce a ch ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Cost-effective Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Based Monitoring Technologies to Improve the Performance and Reliability of Small Drinking Water Systems

    SBC: SPORIAN MICROSYSTEMS INC            Topic: 14NCER4B

    Small drinking water systems consistently provide safe, reliable drinking water to their customers; however challenges of such systems include; lack of financial resources, aging infrastructure, lack of scale, and technical/logistical challenges associated with regulation compliance. The deployment ofnew cost-effective monitoring technologies hold opportunities to substantially advance infrastruct ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Isocyanate-Free Polyurethane Coating

    SBC: TDA Research, Inc.            Topic: 14NCER3B

    Polyurethanes are now made by reacting two components, one of which has toxic isocyanate groups. Isocyanates are especially hazardous to workers that spray-apply polyurethane paints. Researchers have developed less hazardous ways to make polyurethane, but they have poor performance, cure too slowly or are too expensive. In this project, TDA Research, Inc. (TDA) will develop new non-isocyanate two- ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Biofueled Thermoelectric Cookstove

    SBC: HI-Z TECHNOLOGY, INC.            Topic: 15NCER02

    Over 50 million Indian households cook on a bio-mass fire and have unreliable or no electricity but are anxious to purchase an affordable power stove which will provide on-demand power and lighting to their homes. Annually, projected sales of the power stove could save sixteen million trees, reduce cooking fire particulates by 90%, reduce the two million premature deaths caused from indoor air pol ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. High-Efficiency Nutrient Removal and Recovery for Achieving Low Regulatory Limits

    SBC: MICROVI BIOTECH, INC.            Topic: 15NCER05

    Discharge of nutrients (e.g. phosphorus and ammonia) to surface waters can cause eutrophication and the formation of toxic algal blooms, threatening human health and the environment. However, current phosphorus treatment technologies such as chemical precipitation and conventional biological systems can be costly and ineffective to reliably achieve impending effluent regulatory limits of

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Building Materials from Scrap Tires and Waste Plastics

    SBC: PROFESSIONAL ANALYTICAL AND CONSULTING SERVICES INC            Topic: 15NCER06

    Two major waste streams, thermoplastics and used automotive tires, need a technological and economic method to decrease their entry into our environment. Both have long life-cycles as waste, causing many deleterious environmental problems. The Phase I, II , and Ill goal is to divert plastic and tire waste and its pollution away from landfills and the environment into transformational new technolog ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. Game-Based Learning and Assessment Computer Applications with Direct Representations of Mathematics

    SBC: BrainQuake Inc            Topic: 1

    The final product will include a suite of three app-based puzzle games aligned to national math standards for number sense, algebraic thinking, and problem solving. The games will be designed for use in grade 5 and 6 classrooms where students develop and apply content expertise to solving challenges. The games will include an adaptive engine that assesses and adjusts content based on student level ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of Education
  8. PHASE II: NON-TOXIC, HIGHLY-EFFECTIVE BIOINSPIRED CRYOPROTECTANTS

    SBC: X-Therma Inc.            Topic: DHP15013

    On-demand cell and tissue samples are critical for both mass trauma care and advanced personalized medical procedures and continue to grow in importance. Biological tissue banks to support these on-demand applications lack safe and effective long-term storage methods. Current cryopreservation techniques and protocols use toxic cryoprotective agents that prevent successful full viability recovery o ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  9. Systems Biology Based Tools for Modeling Platelet Storage Lesion for Optimal Blood Transfusions

    SBC: CFD Research Corporation            Topic: DHP15011

    Vascular trauma is the leading cause of death in military environments and hemorrhage is the major preventable cause of mortality among trauma patients. Recent experience from Iraq and Afghanistan has demonstrated improved 24-h and 30-day survival in combat casualties requiring early massive transfusion. Unlike plasma and erythrocytes, which can be cold stored for longer time periods, platelets ca ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  10. Ophthalmic Microendoscope

    SBC: Hedgefog Research Inc.            Topic: DHP15016

    Ocular injuries have constituted approximately 13% of all casualties from Operation Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom. Of 76 patients that sustained open globe injuries and underwent surgery at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to restore vision, 38% ultimately went blind.In many cases, severely scarred corneas preclude adequately visualizing the retina and other intraocular structures to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
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