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STTR Phase II: Novel Analysis Tools for Production of Higher Indican Yielding Plants for Bio-based IndigoSBC: STONY CREEK COLORS, INC. Topic: CT
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project will develop a new tool for the analysis of in situ indican precursor in indigo plants, which when combined with genomic analysis and genetic linkage mapping in selectively bred indigo crops, will lead to high indican yielding breeding parental lines and ultimately competitively price natural indigo dye. Additionally, characterization ...STTR Phase II 2018 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: New Perfluorodioxolane- and Perfluorodioxane-based Copolymer Membranes for Gas SeparationsSBC: MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, INC. Topic: CT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer Phase II project is to produce a better natural gas treatment membrane that will allow end users to capture the ease of processing and environmental advantages of membrane technology at a substantially reduced price. Natural gas processing to remove CO2 and other contaminants is the largest industrial gas separation ...STTR Phase II 2016 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: Low Temperature Cofired Multilayer Ceramic Power Transformers Incorporating Base Metallization MaterialsSBC: Solid State Ceramics, Inc. Topic: EW
The broader impact/commercial potential of this project is to a wide range of electronics in the areas of communications, Internet, portable electronics, and power electronics. Although magnetic based transformers have been the industry standard for over a century they have many negatives including miniaturization difficulties, electromagnetic interference issues, and issues with larger voltage st ...STTR Phase II 2016 National Science Foundation
SBC: HISTOGEN INC. Topic: BM
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is to overcome limitations that prevent effective treatment of wound infections. There is a large potential market for this product as the U.S. spends over $50 billion per year on wound care and current wound care products have a high risk of rejection, scarring, and antibiotic resistance. Th ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: Enzymatic Synthesis of Chiral Cyclopropanes for Pharmaceutical Drug Synthesis and Agricultural Crop Protection ApplicationsSBC: PROVIVI, INC. Topic: CT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project is to establish a broadly applicable, breakthrough biocatalytic technology to produce an important class of compounds called chiral cyclopropanes. Cyclopropanes are key intermediates that are used in the synthesis of drugs, crop protection agents, and high-value electronic chemicals. Products accessib ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: User-Friendly Spirometer and Mobile App for Self-Management and Home Monitoring of Asthma PatientsSBC: KNOX Medical Diagnostics Inc Topic: BM
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is the development of a user-friendly asthma management solution. The asthma management tool consists of a portable medical device and mobile app combination that measures lung function with the consistency and accuracy of a trained lab technician, displaying current asthma status, and provid ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: ZeroUI Topic: IT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this project stems from addressing the important hand gesture based input challenges of VR/AR (expected to grow to $150B by 2020), Robotics and IoT ($135B by 2019 and $1.7T by 2020 respectively). This technology, if successful in mitigating the high technical risks, represents a huge leap in the state of the art in 3D hand models for gesture recognition a ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: PLANCK AEROSYSTEMS INC. Topic: EW
The broader impact/commercial potential of this project will enable Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS or drones) to safely and reliably operate from moving vehicles and moving vessels at sea. There is an immediate need for this capability in many industries. In commercial fishing, drones will replace manned aircraft for fish-finding operations, radically reducing cost and risk. In maritime security, dr ...STTR Phase II 2018 National Science Foundation
SBC: BirdBrain Technologies LLC Topic: EA
This STTR Phase II project supports standards-based math education in elementary school classrooms with a hands-on technology intervention. Research has shown that many elementary teachers suffer from low confidence and limited subject content knowledge in math and struggle to develop instruction designed to meet or exceed common core math learning goals. Teachers and researchers alike seek new ap ...STTR Phase II 2018 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: Development and commercialization of a Wearable Long-term Monitor for Cardiac ArrhythmiasSBC: Cardiac Motion, LLC Topic: BM
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is far-reaching in terms of improving the quality of life and the cost/efficacy of healthcare for more than 20 Million people in the USA. We address the need for better methods for identifying and guiding the treatment of ambulatory patients with dangerous heart dysfunctions such as intermitt ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation