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  1. Value Recovery of Rare Earth and Other Critical Elements from Waste Materials and Electronic Devices

    SBC: TDVIB LLC            Topic: C5006c

    This project will contribute to establishing a resilient supply chain for rare-earth elements (REEs) and other critical materials in the U.S., significantly reducing the reliance that now leaves us highly vulnerable to foreign control of rare-earth metals—the ‘vitamins of a modern society.’ Rare-earth metals enable advanced manufacturing, clean transportation, efficient computing, power gene ...

    STTR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Building sustainable food systems: edible 3D nanofiber scaffold solutions for cell-cultured meat

    SBC: CYTONEST, INC.            Topic: 85

    In the coming decades cell-cultured meat is expected to play a significant role in the developmentof sustainable climate-friendly food systems to feed the growing population. Analysis of beefproduction finds that switching from conventional to cultured beef production could result in a 95%reduction in land use and 92% reduction in carbon footprint. However to realize these impacts newinnovations i ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  3. In-situ phytoremediation of PFAS-contaminated soils to return farmland to useful productivity

    SBC: HOME GROWN FUELS, LLC            Topic: 812

    Project Summary:An estimated 20 million acres of U.S. cropland are contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkylsubstances (PFAS) as a result of landspreading wastewater treatment sludge and biosolids. Theseso-called "forever chemicals" render fields unusable for growing food for human consumption orgrazing livestock leaving small and mid-size farmers with fallow land significant income lossand conta ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  4. Value-added graphene materials from woody resources


    This project will demonstrate the utilization of wood biomass feedstock to produce grapheneproducts through a less expensive more environmentally friendly process. The wood feedstock isfirst pyrolyzed to biochar then the process developed at the University of Wyoming converts thebiochar to graphene oxide a viable product. Further treatment produces reduced graphene oxideand graphene nanosheets als ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  5. EliteTree Biomass Tree Crop Technology

    SBC: KOPESS Biomass Solutions LLC            Topic: 81

    A rapid increase in the use of wood as a renewable feedstock for energy and bioproducts isexpected as new global climate change policies encourage a transition away from fossil fuels.Effective production of biomass feedstocks requires overcoming economic environmental andsocietal obstacles. Deploying tree crops that produce high yields (to improve profitability) withminimal inputs (for low environ ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  6. Development of a Portable, Biochar-Based Electrochemical PFAS Sensing Device to Protect Rural Water Resources


    Per and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) are chemically and biologically resistant organiccompounds that are persistent bioaccumulative and highly toxic. Owing to their widespreadcontamination of public drinking water supplies on June 21 2022 the US EnvironmentalProtection Agency announced new interim lifetime drinking water health advisories of 0.004nanograms per liter and 0.02 nanograms p ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  7. A Novel Device and Methodology for Detection and Quantitative Measurement of Fugitive Methane Releases

    SBC: AETHER LLC            Topic: 84

    Aether seeks to commercialize a unique biomimetic chemical sensor capable of discriminating between various gases in the atmosphere and specifically capable of discriminating greenhouse gases from ordinary atmospheric pollutants. The proposed detection approach is based on a methodology developed at the Naval Research Laboratory and licensed to Aether. Our infrared-based sensor achieves high selec ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  8. Investigation of Novel Fluor Mop Adsorbent for Prevention and Remediation of PFAS contamination in Livestock

    SBC: WEAVER LABS LLC            Topic: 83

    Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are highly resistant to chemical/thermal degradation and arehydrophobic and oleophobic. Due to these properties they have been used for decades in productssuch as aqueous film-forming foams Teflon waterproof clothing and food packaging. The sameproperties that make them useful also cause them to be difficult to remediate and to bioaccumulatein livestock and humans. ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  9. An intramammary subunit vaccine to prevent Staphylococcus aureus bovine mastitis

    SBC: Pentamer Biologics LLC            Topic: 83

    Mastitis or inflammation of the udder is considered the most economically significant diseaseaffecting dairy cattle worldwide; costing the industry an estimated $2 billion a year. The bacteriumStaphylococcus aureus is a main cause of mastitis that can establish subclinical infection and resultin long term reductions in milk yield. Our innovation is a subunit vaccine that can be administeredto muco ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
  10. An Improved PCV-2 Vaccine

    SBC: BIOLOGICAL MIMETICS, INC.            Topic: 83

    Current PCV2 vaccines stimulate protective immunity to PCV2a and 2b serotypes but reducedprotection against evolving and emerging strains such as PCV2d 2g and 2h. We propose to useImmune Refocusing Technology (IRT) to reduce the immunogenicity of epitopes that stimulatesubtype-restricted immunity and refocus towards more broadly protective epitopes. Our first- generation IRT candidate demonstrated ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Agriculture
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