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SBC: PHOEBUS OPTOELECTRONICS LLC Topic: CBD14101
The objective of the proposed Phase II project is to develop a hand-held, rapid plasmonic biosensor -- a detector based upon surfaceplasmon resonances (SPR) that incorporates a new class of supercharged proteins that functionalize a low-cost, disposable plasmonicchip. Each protein is designed to bind to a pre-determined toxin with high specificity. Upon successful binding, the protein superfoldsre ...SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
SBC: CLARAPATH, INC. Topic: DLA152002
Clarapath has developed a novel high-throughput technique for gathering high-quality histopathological data at cellular resolution. Recognizing a critical gap in the available data to support the rapidly growing field of 3D bioprinting, we propose to automate our approach and optimize the resulting histopathology-based 3D models for 3D bioprinting applications. In Phase I, we will demonstrate feas ...SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: DLA152002
Triton Systems propose to integrate 3-D printing into the capabilities of the DLA medical supply chain. This proposed innovation includes development of our medical 3-D printing technology and the demonstration of its capability to print of a variety of life-saving suplies in the DLA medical supply chain such as medical equipment, human tissue, and medicine. Medical 3D printing will enable the DLA ...SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
SBC: BLAZETECH CORPORATION Topic: DLA161002
The military is looking for innovative technologies that will improve aircraft braking systems. Currently, the majority of the braking power during aircraft landing is supplied by the friction brakes. Many problems arise with the use of friction brakes, the first being the excessive wear on the brakes. The solution we propose involves improving the existing material used for friction braking along ...SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
SBC: XYLON TECHNICAL CERAMICS INC. Topic: DLA161003
This Phase I SBIR Project seeks to develop methods of recycling rare earth from spent strategic materials.Rare earth materials are critical for a broad range of technologies.Important industrial sectors such as defense, manufacturing, energy, transportation,and electronics all utilize rare earth materials in abundance.There are currently a limited number of economically viable sources of rare eart ...SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
SBC: Bren-Tronics, Inc. Topic: DLA161001
The proposed project covers manufacturing improvements in the production of specific high volume batteries of interest to DLA as specified in their SBIR Proposal Submission Request noted above, with the exception of the PRC-154 and PLM-4 Batteries. Bren-Tronics proposes to go directly to Phase II because we have already demonstrated the feasibility of the proposed manufacturing improvements on the ...SBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
Analysis and Development of Scalable Techniques for Creating Optically Transparent Resistive Films with Tapered ResistivitySBC: Nano Terra, Inc. Topic: SOCOM16004
Conductive films that maintain transparency are a key element in many current products and industries, including electronic devices for touch screens and automobiles to defrost windows. Such films are also useful in military applications. By introducing a resistive taper in conductive films or antennas, overall performance can be improved by reducing backscattering and increasing sensitivity in an ...SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: CBD11101
Biological agents pose high threats, because they are invisible and odorless and a relatively small amount can infect a large population when released in a densely populated area. For the same reasons, assuring safety after cleaning decontaminated sites cSBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
SBC: Nano Terra, Inc. Topic: DLA15C001
The introduction of substandard or counterfeit materials into the DoD supply chain can have extremely expensive, and potentially life threatening, consequences. Current techniques used to detect nonconforming materiel can be destructive (e.g., manual sectioning and inspection of a part), time consuming and expensive (e.g., micro-computed tomography, ultrasound), or provide only limited informatio ...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
SBC: REMWELL LLC Topic: 19NCER1C
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are persistent chemicals that have been introduced to the environment through manufacturing, use, and disposal of products containing PFAS. Some PFAS have been phased out of production; however, their legacy persists through widespread contamination of air, water, soil, and biota. The U.S. EPA has issued a lifetime drinking water Health Advisory Level (HA ...SBIR Phase I 2020 Environmental Protection Agency