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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 April, 2020.

  1. Advanced Absolute Radiometers Using Superconducting Transition Thermometers

    SBC: CAMBRIDGE RESEARCH AND INSTRUMENTATION            Topic: N/A

    In our Phase 1 work we were able to replicate and build on recent results at NIST with superconducting transition (SCT) thermometers, which suggested that dramatic improvements may be achieved in detectivity and range of application, of cryogenic electrical substitution radiometers. Cryo-ESR's are widely used as the most accurate absolute standards of radiative flux and irradiance. In Phase 2, we ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
  2. STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS FOR SIMOX SOI

    SBC: IBIS TECHNOLOGY CORP.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
  3. Device for the Uncontaminated Collection of Multiple Microbial Samples

    SBC: Mclane Research Laboratories,            Topic: N/A

    The objective of this research project is the development of an Autonomous Microbial Sampler (AMS) that will obtain uncontaminated and exogenous DNA-free microbial samples from deep-sea hydrothermal vents and other aquatic ecosystems. Sampling with the AMS may be conducted using manned submersibles, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV), Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) or during hydrocast operatio ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
  4. HIGH RESOLUTION NEUTRON IMAGER

    SBC: NOVA SCIENTIFIC INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
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    SBC: Spire Corporation            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
  6. IMPROVED AIRBORNE MICROWAVE REMOTE SENSING OF SEA SURFACE SALINITY

    SBC: Prosensing, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Commerce
  7. Light Weight Chemical Protective Hand Wear

    SBC: Federal-Fabrics-Fibers, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Current CBW protective flight handwear consists of three pairs of glo ves: an inner cotton liner glove for comfort and perspiration absorpt ion, a 7mil butyl rubber glove for agent protection and a nomex fligh t glove for fire protection. These three pairs of gloves when worn t ogether are very bulky and cumbersome making it very difficult to per form aircrew tasks that require high tactility, su ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  8. CBW Low Profile Man-Mounted Filter And Blower Unit

    SBC: FOSTER-MILLER, INC.            Topic: N/A

    There is an increasing threat of chemical and biological (CB) agents being used by hostile forces when USN aircrew could be exposed. Aircrews must wear special eye and respiratory protective equipment both before. During, and after flight operations, and transition between these states without compromising CB Protectionintegrity. Man-mounted CBW filter/blower units have previously been produced an ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  9. CBW Ensemble Pass-Through for A Man Mounted Microclimate Cooling System

    SBC: FOSTER-MILLER, INC.            Topic: N/A

    Current CB protective ensembles impose a thermal burden on aircrew which not only limits mission time. but poses a physiological danger to aircrew operating in even moderate temperature environments~ A small man-mounted cooling system employing active liquid based technology would enhance mission effectiveness and prevent a hazardous rise in core body temperature. However, these state-of-the-art s ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  10. Polymeric Agent Decontamination System

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The threat of military and terrorist deployment of chemical weapons has increased alarmingly in recent years. A universal decontamination system is required for safe and effective neutralization of standard and thickened chemical warfare agents (G, V, and H). The system must be non-toxic, non-corrosive, and non-hazardous to equipment and personnel. For effective implementation, the system must be ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense

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