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SBC: BETTERGY CORP. Topic: MM
This SBIR Phase I project will develop proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells as a power source for automobiles and stationary or portable power applications. Currently, the high cost of the PEM fuel cell limits their commercial applications. A significant cost of a PEM fuel cell comes from the use of Platinum. This project intends to develop a low cost core shell nanostructured catalyst whic ...STTR Phase I 2010 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Ferroelectric Nanoparticle Doped Liquid Crystal/Polymer CompositesSBC: MEADOWLARK OPTICS, INC. Topic: MM
This Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I project will address the critical need for low driving voltage, adaptive materials providing large phase retardation (for ultraviolet, visible, and infrared wavelengths) within a sub-millisecond time frame. Two technologically innovative tasks will be pursued in parallel and then merged, resulting in the creation of a new class of optical materials - ...STTR Phase I 2010 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: Developing a platform for superior predictive analysis of HERG Ion Channel-Drug Interactions for the Comprehensive In-vitro Proarrhythmia Assay (CiPA)SBC: Cytocybernetics Inc Topic: BT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project will be to improve the safety testing of new drugs for approval by the FDA. By decreasing the time and costs associated with safety testing, the product will make all classes of new drugs safer, less expensive and available to patients sooner. All new drugs must demonstrate that they are safe. One com ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: Development of a Process to Extend the Shelf Life of Fruits and Vegetables at Ambient TemperatureSBC: Natural Cuts, Inc Topic: CT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this STTR Phase I project is a sustainable fruit and vegetable processing technology utilizing a new, low temperature technique that can extend the shelf life of pre-cut fruits and vegetables by months without using preservatives, chemicals, freezing, or refrigeration. The technology would enable: all-natural, shelf stable fruit and vegetable products tha ...STTR Phase I 2018 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: Development of a Transparent, Near-Ultraviolet Photovoltaic Power Source for Wireless Operation of Smart Windows and IoT DevicesSBC: Andluca Technologies Inc. Topic: PH
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project is a transparent photovoltaic technology that converts near-ultraviolet (NUV) light into point-of-use power for dynamic 'smart' windows. Energy use in buildings represents roughly 40% of total U.S. energy demand. It is projected that over half the buildings that will be in use in 2050 are alre ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
SBC: KENT DISPLAYS INC Topic: AS
The innovation is the development of a new class of devices known as eWriters for classroom use as both a sustainable paper replacement technology and an effective tool for student/teacher interaction. These devices address the problem of achieving a sustainable world by satisfying the human need for making and recording handwritten images without the environmental harm associated with the product ...STTR Phase I 2013 National Science Foundation
SBC: SASYA INC Topic: BT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project is to develop low-cost, high-performing feed additives for the swine feed market. Some of the current additives that supplement feed have detrimental side effects and/or made from raw materials that are considered toxic. Additives made from these toxic raw materials need to undergo substantial purific ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: Flexible Quantum Dot Light Emitting Devices for Photodynamic Therapy and PhotobiomodulationSBC: QLEDCURES LLC Topic: PH
The broader impact of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project is to enable a much wider adoption of various photomedical treatments. Broadly speaking, photomedical treatments use light to cure diseases and promote healing. Specifically, photodynamic therapy uses light to activate a photosensitizing chemical agent to kill cancer cells or bacterial with minimal side effects. M ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: High-Reliability SiC power MOSFETs for Energy Efficient Power Electronics InfrastructureSBC: MONOLITH SEMICONDUCTOR INC Topic: AS
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project addresses one of the key roadblocks for Silicon Carbide (SiC) power MOSFET technology. SiC power MOSFETs have huge potential of increasing efficiency and reducing cost of power converters due to superior material properties of SiC. Unfortunately, they have not fulfilled their potential due to high channel resistance and instability of ...STTR Phase I 2013 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: High yield production of boron nitride nanotubes for advanced heat management in sustainable technologiesSBC: Nano Innovations, LLC Topic: AS
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project focuses on the growth of high quality Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs). BNNTs have both high thermal conductance that is an order of magnitude higher than aluminum, and also have an electronic bandgap of about 6 eV that makes them an excellent electrical insulator. These unique properties promise many exciting applications. Unfortunatel ...STTR Phase I 2013 National Science Foundation