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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until June, 2020.

  1. High Power Single Frequency Source for Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy

    SBC: Aculight Corporation            Topic: N/A

    NIST is using a sensitive optical technique called cavity ring-down detection to permit detection of impurities in semiconductor process gases, which cause substantial losses in manufacturing yield. In order to increase the sensitivity and range of application of this technique, improved single frequency laser sources are required. In particular, lasers providing more power, narrower line-width, b ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of CommerceNational Institute of Standards and Technology
  2. A Carbon-Polymer Matrix Based Flue Gas Purification Technology

    SBC: CM-Tec, Inc.            Topic: C3NCERPB

    The current flue gas purification technologies are expensive, energy intensive, and secondary pollution generating. Most of these technologies only remove a single pollutant from flue gases. For example, the prevailing limestone-based scrubber not only is expensive and energy consuming, but also generates a large amount of liquid and solid wastes. The goal of the Phase I research proj ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Membranes for Air Venting and Retaining VOC's in Gasoline Storage Tanks

    SBC: COMPACT MEMBRANE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C3NCERPB

    The SBIR Phase I research project was very successful. Field results in commercial applications showed an operational air/volatile organic compound (VOC) selectivity of 27. Performance surpassed the California Air Resource Board (CARB) emissions goal. Equally as important, Compact Membrane Systems, Inc. (CMS) demonstrated further membrane improvements with a novel membrane product conc ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Low Cost Electrostatic Cyclone for Aerosol Collection and Concentration

    SBC: INNOVATEK, INC.            Topic: N/A

    InnovaTek proposes to develop an advanced, low cost aerosol collector/concentrator that utilizes electrostatic precipitation and cyclonic impingement with a virtual impactor pre-concentrator that will have >90% collection efficiency while operating at 1000 LPM using less than 50 watts of power. Technology will be designed on the basis of first principles and computational fluid dynamics modeling. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  5. Advanced Bioaerosol Samplers for Surveillance and Personal Monitoring

    SBC: MesoSystems Technology, Inc.            Topic: HSB041003

    Many integrated biodetection systems require an aqueous sample, with the notable exception being those based on mass spectrometry which frequently uses a dry sample (MALDI or pyrolysis). The two proposed air sampling technologies to be developed are amenable to dry or nearly dry sample collection, but yet both can deliver a final sample in an aqueous format autonomously. Furthermore, both offer si ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  6. High Efficiency, Dual-Mode Air Sampler

    SBC: Research International, Inc            Topic: HSB041003

    A compact, low power and low cost air sampler is proposed that utilizes a novel topology and two-stage design to concentrate respirable particulates. The proposed hardware and collection strategy minimizes problems associated with freezing conditions and provides a high air-to-liquid concentration ratio.

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  7. Aerosol Concentrator Employing Micro-Machined Aerodynamic Lenses

    SBC: ENERTECHNIX, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The proposed project will develop a novel aerosol concentrator based on aerodynamic lens technology capable of achieving very high concentration factors in a compact device. This device will be fabricated in silicon using micro-fabrication methods resulting in low cost, compact size, high reliability, high throughput, and extremely high precision and repeatability. In this project we will develop ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  8. Advanced Vision & Position Acquisition System (AVPAS)

    SBC: B.E. MEYERS & CO., INC.            Topic: SOCOM04005

    B.E. Meyers & Company proposes to deliver the Phase I requirements of the AVPAS by utilizing its research and development resources to examine new technologies, architectures, and designs. These efforts will result in providing to the government the market research, proof-of-concept analysis, and a proposed design for an AVPAS prototype. The prototype design will be founded on incremental testin ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  9. Large Scale Neutralization and Safe Removal of Toxic Industrial Chemicals

    SBC: Isotron Corporation            Topic: HSB042004

    This proposal addresses the development of an advanced polymer-based system which possesses a reactive feature that serves to neutralize chemical agents and toxic industrial chemicals in-situ and on contact. The polymer system is designed to facilitate a rapid return-to-service of the contaminated area, such that emergency, rescue and other first response activities can take place safely during th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  10. CMOS FET and AlGaN MODFET Receptor Scaffold for Molecular Recognition and Direct Detection

    SBC: Peterson Ridge LLC            Topic: N/A

    This project is designed to test a novel receptor scaffold/sensor combination for the selective and direct measurement of antigens and to compare direct electric detection of antigens against the corresponding antibody based ELISA method. The scaffold concept combines a robust nucleic acid receptor (aptamer) coupled to a low cost CMOS FET and AlGaN MODFET transducer. Aptamers are short nucleic aci ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
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