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Commercialization of Novel Metal-Phosphate Luminescent Reagent for Measuring Peroxide Value in Edible Fats & OilsSBC: VerraGlo, LLC Topic: 85
Collaborators at VerraGlo LLC and the University of Kentucky have patented foundationaltechnology for metal-phosphate luminophores (MPL) that emit luminescence proportional to thehydroperoxide content of edible fats & oils using commercially available luminometers (r-squaregreater than 0.98).This project will continue to build upon the technological advances made duringthe SBIR Phase I project by ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBC: Zestbio, Inc. Topic: 88
Project summaryProject Title:Enzymatic bioprocessing of pectin-rich agricultural sidestreams.PD:Luke Latimer Ph.D.; Cofounder & Chief Technology Officer at ZestBio Inc.ZestBio Inc. is developing technologies for the production of specialty chemicals from prevalentbyproducts of the US fruit and vegetable processing industries. The ZestBio mission is alignedwith USDA NIFA priorities of developing ne ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBIR Phase II: Converting Organic Waste to Biopolymer by Synergizing Anaerobic Digestion and Synthetic BiologySBC: INTEGRATED LIPID BIOFUELS LLC Topic: 88
SBIR Phase II: Converting Organic Waste to Biopolymer by Synergizing AnaerobicDigestion and Synthetic BiologyThe urgency for combating climate change has created a massive market demand fortechnologies that use renewable resources instead of petroleum. The hundreds of million tonsof organic waste generated annually domestically as an untapped resource provide a low- hanging fruit opportunity with ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBC: CONNECT DYNAMICS, INC. Topic: 86
Connect Dynamics Inc. DBA FR8relay | Project Summary Funding Opportunity Number: USDA-NIFA-SBIR-008801 Project Summary Title: Phase II - Implementation of Relay Trucking Software and Infrastructure to Benefit Rural Workforce; PI: Aayush Thakur; Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org 608.609.2161 Problem & Solution: FR8relay aims to develop software technology and services to pool shipments and m ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBC: Vectech, LLC Topic: 86
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SBC: QUANTALUX, LLC Topic: 86
To meet the strong demand for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) by States and utilities the teamat Quantalux is developing an innovative system to produce more RNG using tailgas carbondioxide (CO2) and hydrogen (H2). Our approach is based on methanation catalysts and istargeted to anaerobic digesters at wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) and dairy farms. Aconservative estimate is that the Quantalux RNG ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBC: BLUDOT TECHNOLOGIES INC. Topic: 86
The goal of the following proposal is to research and develop a managerial system that increaseseconomic development capacity in rural communities. Thus it responds directly to ruralcommunities' needs as well as directly addresses USDA Strategic Goal 4: Facilitate RuralProsperity and Economic Development and the SBIR RFA Topic Area 8.6 - Rural andCommunity Development.Bludot will perform the resea ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
SBC: APPLICATION INSIGHT, LLC Topic: 813
PROJECT SUMMARY Title: Development of a high pressure chemical delivery system for aerial application platforms PD: Ledebuhr Mark A. Institution: â€‚â€‚â€‚Application Insight LLCâ€‚â€‚ Aerial application is limited in its productivity by the inability to produce low-drift sprays above certain speeds. Regardless of the nozzle higher airspeeds result in finer droplets and mo ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
Development of an autonomous vehicle for application of a non-chemical, alternative technology addressing disease and pest controlSBC: TRIC ROBOTICS INC. Topic: 813
Gray mold and powdery mildew can account for as much as 80% of decay in strawberry productionand combined with arthropod pests have a significant impact on yield. Regular application ofpesticides is the traditional solution however increasing resistance regulations and a risingdemand for organic fruit production motivate a need for alternative non-chemical treatmentmethods. USDA ARS scientists dev ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
Development of a High-Throughput Crop Virus Diagnostic Service Using Viral Enrichment and RNA SequencingSBC: QUALTERRA, INC. Topic: 813
Detection of viruses is a critical priority to mitigate spread of diseases that threaten plant healthfruit yield and quality and the US horticulture industry's economic bottom-line. NuPhY's USDASBIR Phase II work will optimize our viral enrichment and high-throughput sequencing (HTS)- based diagnostic platform for broad-spectrum virus screening in horticultrual crops.The proposed work aligns with ...SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture