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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. THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN THE US.

    SBC: Dean Chavers Associates, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN THE US. THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE ON TRIBAL LANDS IS HIGH AND THERE IS MINIMAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. IN SPITE OF THE OBSSTACLES OF ISOLATION, LACK OF CAPITAL FORM- ATION AND LACK OF TRAINED PERSONNEL, SOME ENTERPRISES HAVE SUCCEEDED AND ARE PROFITABLE. THIS RESEARCH PROJECT WILL INVESTIGATE WHAT ENABLED THESE PROJECTS TO SUCCEED ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Department of Agriculture
  2. Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering For Field

    SBC: American Research Corporation of Virginia            Topic: N/A

    The use of sub-therapeutic concentrations of anti-microbial agents in animal feed has contributed to theproductivity of the U.S. meat and dairy industries by preventing infectious diseases, by decreasing theamount of feed required and by increasing the rate of animal weight gain. However, failure to observerecommended practices of drug withdrawal can result in concentrations of antibiotic residue ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  3. Ozone Conversion Of Low Quality Feed Stocks

    SBC: Lynntech Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Many crop residues, feed byproducts, forages and other biomass have little or no nutritional value asanimal feed. Lignin in these materials is the most significant factor that limits the availability ofstructural carbohydrate (i.e., cellulose and hemicellulose) to microbial flora of ruminant animals.Many chemical treatment methods have been investigated and most result in the production ofundesir ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  4. INFORMATION.

    SBC: Jwk International Corp.            Topic: N/A

    THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS INFORMATION ON THE FOOD CON- SUMPTION AND DIETARY LEVELS OF U.S. HOUSEHOLDS AND INDIV- IDUALS FOR USE IN ADMINISTERING A VARIETY OF PROGRAMS. CURRENT SURVEY METHODOLOFY IS BURDENSOME ON RESPONDENTS, LABOR INTENSIVE, TIME-CONSUMING AND EXPENSIVE TO ADMINISTER.PUBLICATION OF RESULTS IS FROM FOUR TO FIVE YEARS AFTER DATACOLLECTION WHICH TENDS TO LOWER ITS VALUE IN DECISIO ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Department of Agriculture
  5. HAZARDOUS WASTES.

    SBC: Walm Inc.            Topic: N/A

    HAZARDOUS WASTE IN THE FORM OF UNUSED PESTICIDE MIXTURES IS OF SIGNIFICANT CONCERN. RECENTLY INTRODUCED CHEMICAL INJECTION GROUND SPRAY SYSTEMS DO AN ACCURATE JOB OF APPLYING CHEMICALS. RESEARCHERS ARE NOW ADAPTING THESE TECHNOLOGIES FOR USE IN AIRCRAFT APPLICATIONS. THE EQUIPMENT PROPOSED FOR DEVELOPMENT WOULD SOLVE FOUR PROBLEMS AT ONCE WHICH ARE IMPORTANT TO AERIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATION: 1) INA ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Department of Agriculture
  6. Gravel Mulch Buffers

    SBC: Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Water quality and soil erosion are high priority issues for U.S. agriculture. In more humid areas of theU.S., vegetation filter strips have proven to be an effective method of reducing erosion and improvingwater quality. Filter strips are less effective in the West due to sparser vegetation and more variablerainfall. In addition, establishment of vegetation is more difficult in many western wat ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  7. Electronic Pasteurization of Meat Patties

    SBC: Accelerator Technology Corporation            Topic: N/A

    Accelerator Technology Corp. proposes to develop a compact, cost-effective elctron-beam disinfestation system for pasteurization of meat patties. The system is designed to be integrated into the production line of a conventional meat patty operation. In such operations, the patties are stamped from sheets of ground meat in rows of 4-5 patties, moving on a conveyor at the rate of ~1 row/second. ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  8. Development Of A Ready-to-assemble

    SBC: Blue Ridge Timberwrights            Topic: N/A

    The ready-to-assemble (RTA) construction system is a new method for assembling wood structuresbuilt from the following engineered wood products: parallel strand lumber (PSL), laminated strandlumber (LSL), and laminated veneer lumber (LVL). The RTA system is designed for rapid assemblyby small crews of unskilled labor using common hand tools. The design of the RTA systemincorporates engineered w ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  9. Commercial Application Of Molecular

    SBC: Lgl Ecological Genetics, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    In the U.S., there are more than 135,000 captive deer and elk on 2,000 ranches in 42 states. Someranchers have used deer to replace or supplement traditional livestock. Primary products of deer aremeat and velvet antler, and the industry is growing. We propose to assist the industry and regulatoryagencies using molecular genetics. Ranchers want genetic tests to help establish breeding programs ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  10. A Rapid Detection Kit For Staphylococcal

    SBC: Lynntech Inc.            Topic: N/A

    This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project investigates the rapid detection ofstaphylococcal contaminated foods. Staphylococcal food poisoning continues to be a major publichealth concern being the second leading cause of bacterial food poisoning in the United States. Thebacteria secrete staphylococcal enterotoxins and as little as 0.1¿g of SEA can produce the clinicalfeature of st ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
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