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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. Development of Low-Cost Salts for Lithium-Ion, Rechargeable Batteries

    SBC: Technology Holding, LLC            Topic: N/A

    65752 Lowering the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells is the key to achieving commercial cost targets. The use of high conductivity lanthanum gallate as the electrolyte material offers lower temperature performance, but the lanthanum gallate is chemically incompatible with the electrode materials that were previously developed for zirconia fuel cells. This project addresses this ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of Energy
  2. Axisymmetric, Emittance-Compensated Electron Gun

    SBC: Technology Holding, LLC            Topic: N/A

    65692 The integration of high temperature ceramics and micro-channel architectures into a heat exchanger would increase the efficiency of indirect-fired power cycles. The resulting improvements in mechanical, corrosion, and performance characteristics would enable operation at approximately 1350¿C and provide advantages over existing super-alloy, refractory coatings and oxide-dispersed-strength ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of Energy
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    SBC: DOTY SCIENTIFIC, INC.            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase II 1999 Department of Energy
  4. A FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SPECIFICATIO-GRADE ASPHALT FROM UTAH TAR SANDS

    SBC: James W. Bunger And Associates            Topic: N/A

    UTAH CONTAINS SIGNIFICANT RESOURCES OF TAR SANDS WHICH, IF DEVELOPED, COULD BECOME AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF THE NATION'S REQUIREMENTS FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. THE ECONOMICSFOR PRODUCTION OF SYNCRUDE FROM UTAH TAR SANDS HAVE HISTORICALLY BEEN JUST BEYOND THE RANGE OF PROFITABILITY. PRODUCTION OF ASPHALT, HOWEVER, APPEARS TO BE PROFITABLE TODAY. CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS FOR PRODUCTION OF ASPHALT ...

    SBIR Phase II 1989 Department of Energy
  5. STABLE CARBON ISOTOPE AND RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLY MORPHISM TECHNOLOGIES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF WATER-USE EFFICIEN-CY OF C3 PLANTS

    SBC: Native Plants Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THE LACK OF EFFICIENT TOOLS TO IDENTIFY GENOTYPES OF SUPERIOR WATER-USE EFFICIENCY (WUE) HAS LED TO LITTLE PRACTICAL SUCCESS IN IMPROVING CROPS WITH REGARD TO THIS VERY IMPORTANT TRAIT. HOWEVER, STABLE CARBON ISOTOPE ( (13)C) ANALYSIS IS PRESENTLY EMERGING AS A POTENTIALLY HIGHLY EFFICIENT MEANS OF EVALUATING PLANTS FOR WUE, ALTHOUGH THE TECHNOLOGY HAS NOT YET BEEN APPLIED TO CROP DEVELOPMENT. IN ...

    SBIR Phase II 1989 Department of Energy
  6. DEVELOPMENT OF PHOTO-ACTIVE DYES AS INSECTICIDES FOR FIRE ANTS

    SBC: Hilton Head Laboratories, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Not Available The United State Department of Agricultural (USDA) and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS) in conjunction with other Federal and State Organizations, have conducted a number of integrated pest management programs to eradicate various types of household pest including Red Imported Fire Ants (RIFA). Recent programs have involved application of products such as Malat ...

    SBIR Phase II 1999 Department of Agriculture
  7. IMPACT OF CARBON DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT ON PLANT PRODUCTION IN AN ACCLIMATRON PROPAGATION SYSTEM

    SBC: SOUTHERN SUN BIOSYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    Not Available The AcclimatronTM plant propagation technology patented by Clemson University minimizes the shock of transfer of plant tissue cultures from heterotrophic growth in the laboratory to photoautotrophic growth in natural sunlight. Southern Son Propagation Systems, Inc. (SoSun) has acquired exclusive license from Clemson University to manufacture AcclimatronTM Systems and to market them b ...

    SBIR Phase II 1999 Department of Agriculture
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