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STTR Phase I: Scalable thermochemical conversion of carbon dioxide to commodity chemical intermediatesSBC: CL CHEMICAL COMPANY Topic: CT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this STTR project is to chemically recycle carbon dioxide, which would otherwise be released to the atmosphere, to useful fuels and products thus providing a closed loop for production and emissions for many common products. Virtually every industry uses petroleum and/or natural gas, either through transportation or plastics (e.g., packaging), and there i ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase I: A Personal Radiation Dosimeter Using Solid State Tissue Equivalent Detector Technology (SSTED)SBC: RADIATION DETECTION SOLUTIONS LLC Topic: I
The broader impact of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project includes both societal and economic benefits. Upon successful completion, the project will introduce a new type of radiation protection monitor or dosimeter that would be worn by individuals that are potentially exposed to ionizing radiation (like x-rays). Typically, this includes health care workers, nuclear ener ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
SBC: Integrative Economics, LLC Topic: PH
The broader impact of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project includes the development of new tools and methods for detecting and managing insect populations in the agricultural sector. The benefits of improved information about insect populations are substantial, including increased farm revenues through avoided pest damage and improved pollinator activity, and increased ac ...STTR Phase I 2019 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: Deep Learning Technology For The Microscopic Analysis Of Stained Cells Using Unbiased MethodsSBC: Stereology Resource Center, Inc Topic: BT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is the development of software to help bioscientists analyze more tissue in less time and with higher accuracy and reproducibility. Currently, stereology studies require a trained technician to sit before a computer screen, making tedious manual counts (clicks) on hundreds to thousands of mic ...STTR Phase II 2019 National Science Foundation
SBC: Capacitech Energy Inc Topic: EW
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project is the integration of energy conversion and energy storage technologies into a single ribbon called the Solar Supercapacitor (SolarCap). The innovative aspect of SolarCap technology is that it is a self-powering ribbon which can be weaved along with cotton fibers to make a fabric. Batteries are curren ...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
SBC: PROTABIT LLC Topic: AS
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project aims to apply computational protein design (CPD) to engineer polysaccharide monooxygenases (PMOs) for improved thermostability, so that a cocktail of PMOs and key cellulases will more efficiently convert lignocellulolosic biomass to fermentable sugars. The objectives of Phase I are to: (a) evaluate several natural PMOs for expression, ...STTR Phase I 2013 National Science Foundation