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  1. Cost Effective Real-Time Flare Gas Characterization for Optimizing Methane Destruction Efficiency

    SBC: NARION CORPORATION            Topic: C5627a

    The oil and gas industry relies on flaring to reduce the venting of methane into our atmosphere. Currently, without a cost-effective method to capture and utilize these gases, flaring is the most environmentally friendly method for abating greenhouse gasses. When operated properly, flares are assumed to be 98% efficient at burning methane. Recent studies have shown that in reality, flaring operati ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. High-Value Products from Produced Water Mineralized via Reaction with Anthropogenic CO2

    SBC: SEMPLASTICS EHC LLC            Topic: C5625c

    Cost-effective, scalable technologies that remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere – as well as capture carbon dioxide from stationary emitters such as fossil-fueled power plants – are an urgent need in the face of climate change. Capturing carbon dioxide is just part of the challenge; finding a cost-effective way to prevent the captured CO2 from escaping back into the atmosphere is cr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Project Title: Advanced Polymeric Geomembrane Designs for Pumped Storage Hydropower Reservoirs


    Pumped storage hydropower (PSH) stands alone as the only commercially proven technology available for grid-scale and long-duration energy storage. It is a versatile and cost-effective solution for energy storage that supports the integration of renewable energy sources, improves grid stability, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. At PSH reservoirs, water is pumped and released to store and produ ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Enhanced Control, Communication, and Decision-making System (ECCDS) for Performance and Lifecycle Optimization of Deployed Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS).

    SBC: NHU ENERGY, INC.            Topic: C5609b

    While the energy storage (ES) and distributed energy resources (DER) markets are poised to grow substantially and take on an increasingly vital role in the composition of the electric power grid, solutions to provide the full range of performance, flexibility, reliability, and resilience for ES-based DER and microgrid installations at scale in large numbers and cumulative capacity in the power gri ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Feasibility of early detection of infection and sepsis in the home


    PROJECT ABSTRACT Sepsis, the systemic manifestation of infection, causes complex and costly hospitalizations with unacceptably high morbidity and mortality. Most research focuses on detection of the sepsis within the hospital; however, most sepsis is community-acquired and thus begins in the home. Nightingale Labs has developed a fully automated non-contact home bed sensing platform that detects s ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  6. Multiplexed in vivo assembly of long and complex DNA

    SBC: BACSTITCH DNA INC.            Topic: 172

    PROJECT SUMMARY/ ABSTRACT High-throughput, low-cost synthesis of long and complex DNA could open up new frontiers in synthetic biology, drug development, and genomics by facilitating the production and characterization of previously inaccessible genes and genetic pathways. Microarray printing technologies provide for high-throughput and low-cost synthesis of almost any oligonucleotide up to 300 ba ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  7. Accelerated Creep Test Methodologies for Space Habitat Softgood Structural Materials


    Space habitatnbsp;inflatable structures require complex material configurations and manufacturing processes. There is a need to develop a standardized accelerated creep test methodology with analysis capability to compute the master creep curves for high strength Vectran webbing to ensure long-term habitat structural stability.nbsp; Texas Research Institute Austin, Inc. (TRI Austin) proposes to de ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Surface Finish Improvement in MEMS Deformable Mirrors for High Contrast Imaging

    SBC: Boston Micromachines Corporation            Topic: S12

    This proposal aims to make fundamental progress in one of NASArsquo;s core objectives: to explore Earth-like exo-planets using space-based Coronagraphs. One NASA-identified technology gap is the need for compact, ultraprecise, multi-thousand actuator deformable mirrors (DMs). Boston Micromachines Corporation is a leading producer of such DMs, which have been used in space-based applications and NA ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Platform Isolation and Control

    SBC: CONTROLLED DYNAMICS INC.            Topic: H9

    CDI has developed a free-floating isolation and pointing technology that addresses a critical need for free-space optical communications. This research develops a new inertial sensor to replace an obsolete sensor and provide improved robustness and performance, while staying within the size/mass/power and operational environment constraints for space terminals.Packaged into 2-axis strut assemblies ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Low-Gravity Robotic Arm System (L-GRAS)

    SBC: MOTIV SPACE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: S13

    Motiv Space Systems (Motiv) presents the Low-Gravity Robotic Arm System (L-GRAS) to address the growing need for extremely lightweight robotics for low-gravity environments.nbsp; With both NASA and commercial entities targeting operations in low-gravity environments such as the Moon there is a robotics capability gap for low-gravity robotic arms that can scale for different use cases and vehicles. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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