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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY22 is not expected to be complete until September, 2023.

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  1. Solid state deep UV laser for Raman detection of CB agents

    SBC: Arete Associates            Topic: CBD11105

    Raman spectroscopy is well suited for detecting trace surface contaminants that may indicate the presence of explosives, harmful chemical or biological agents, illicit drugs, or specific combinations of indicator chemicals used in processing nuclear materials. An example mobile Raman spectroscopy system is the vehicle mounted Joint Contaminated Surface Detector (JCSD), which uses a gaseous KrF exc ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  2. Vertical GaN Substrates

    SBC: Sixpoint Materials, Inc.            Topic: DEFOA0000941

    SixPoint Materials will create low-cost, high-quality vertical gallium nitride (GaN) substrates using a multi-phase production approach that employs both hydride vapor phase epitaxy (HVPE) technology and ammonothermal growth techniques to lower costs and maintain crystal quality. Substrates are thin wafers of semiconducting material needed for power devices. In its two-phase project, SixPoint Mate ...

    STTR Phase II 2014 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  3. New Technology for Single Pane Retrofit

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: DEFOA0001429

    Triton Systems has teamed with the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, Guardian Industries, SBA Materials, Solvay Specialty Polymers, and Kuraray America to develop and demonstrate a high efficiency single pane window system that will encourage replacement of conventional single pane windows at a faster rate with significant energy savings. Triton‚ ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  4. New Technology for Single Pane Retrofit

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: DEFOA0001429

    Triton Systems has teamed with the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, Guardian Industries, SBA Materials, Solvay Specialty Polymers, and Kuraray America to develop and demonstrate a high efficiency single pane window system that will encourage replacement of conventional single pane windows at a faster rate with significant energy savings. Triton‚ ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  5. Stationary Wide-Angle Concentrator PV System

    SBC: GLINT PHOTONICS, INC.            Topic: DEFOA0001256

    Concentrator PV systems using highly efficient multijunction photovoltaic cells hold out the promise of very low-cost solar electricity generation, but their adoption has been hamstrung by the requirement for bulky mechanical trackers that add cost, diminish land use, increase maintenance, and exclude roof-top installations. The Stationary Wide-Angle Concentrator (SWAC) PV system will provides the ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  6. Retrofittable and Transparent Super-Insulator for Single-Pane Windows

    SBC: NANOSD, INC.            Topic: DEFOA0001429

    NanoSD, Inc. with its partners will develop a transparent, nanostructured thermally insulating film that can be applied to existing single-pane windows to reduce heat loss. To produce the nanostructured film, the team will create hollow ceramic or polymer nanobubbles and consolidate them into a dense lattice structure using heat and compression. Because it is mostly air, the resulting nanobubble s ...

    SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  7. Low-Energy Maskless Lithography to Mitigate Radiation Effects in Advanced Nanoscale Microelectronics

    SBC: Multibeam Corporation            Topic: DTRA112003

    The need for novel weapons to defeat urban targets and rapidly immobalize enemy combatants hiding in bunkers, caves, and basements requires new weapons and tactics. Thermobaric warheads can provide tailored blast response optimized for the defeat of these targets with low collateral damage. In this Phase I SBIR program, Powdermet will develop surface-coated metallic particles that can deliver tail ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  8. Retrofittable and Transparent Super-Insulator for Single-Pane Windows

    SBC: NANOSD, INC.            Topic: DEFOA0001429

    NanoSD, Inc. with its partners will develop a transparent, nanostructured thermally insulating film that can be applied to existing single-pane windows to reduce heat loss. To produce the nanostructured film, the team will create hollow ceramic or polymer nanobubbles and consolidate them into a dense lattice structure using heat and compression. Because it is mostly air, the resulting nanobubble s ...

    STTR Phase II 2016 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  9. Detection of Liquid Contaminants on Surfaces Using Hyperspectral Imaging

    SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC            Topic: CBD12104

    SA Photonics is pleased to propose the development of the SENTRY hyperspectral situational awareness system for the detection of liquid chemical agents in the asymmetric terrorist warfare scenario. SA Photonics will be teaming with world renowned experts from its university partners for the development of the SENTRY system. Additionally, SA Photonics will be leveraging technology from numerous N ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  10. Enhancing the Pharmacokinetic Profile of Protein-based Drugs

    SBC: Extend Biosciences Inc.            Topic: CBD12101

    Many protein-based drugs have limited efficacy due to a short half-life or require intravenous delivery because of low bioavailability. Extend Biosciences is developing proprietary carrier molecules that allow proteins to access an intrinsic transport pathway for efficient delivery to the vascular space and then maintain a sustained presence in circulation. This novel technology would be of partic ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
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