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SBC: Tutorgen, Inc. Topic: edIES15R0005
With this Phase I funding, the project team will develop and test a prototype of D-TECH, a system to determine students' level of academic engagement while completing computer-based learning activities and assessments. The prototype will integrate within existing third party computer-based programs (e.g., online courseware, educational games, simulations, intelligent tutors) and will consist of a ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of EducationInstitute of Education Sciences
SBC: Liveschool Inc. Topic: edIES15R0005
In prior research and development, the project team developed LiveSchool, an online platform to track student behavior. With this Phase I funding, the team will develop and test a prototype of an administrator dashboard. The dashboard will generate reports on individual student behavior patterns across classes and on the prevalence of behavioral issues across different teachers. The dashboard will ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of EducationInstitute of Education Sciences
SBC: MICROVI BIOTECH, INC. Topic: 15NCER05
Discharging nutrients such as phosphorus and ammonia to surface waters can have far reaching health and environmental impacts, including the formation of toxic algae blooms, eutrophication, and loss of water_x000D_ quality. The wastewater industry has a significant need for high-efficiency nutrient removal technologies. However, current nutrient removal treatment technologies can be costly and in ...SBIR Phase II 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: ISENSE, LLC Topic: 16NCER1A
This Phase I proposal describes the development an inexpensive, portable optical sensor to monitor indoor formaldehyde levels. The proposed instrument will be capable of detecting 0.05-5 ppm levels of formaldehyde in the presence of common interferents. Formaldehyde is used in manufacturing and is present in many building materials. There are significant health risks associated with even low level ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: SPEC SENSORS LLC Topic: 16NCER1A
The EPA has announced the need for a low cost Formaldehyde Sensor to reduce exposure to CH2O in the home. SPEC Sensors, LLC. specializes in sensor development, and production, and is focused on bringing air quality monitoring for safety and health into every home._x000D_ SPEC Sensors has developed a low-power amperometric gas sensor fabricated using modern screen printed electronics strategies. Th ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: CALYX INC Topic: 16NCER1B
On-site, timely and accurate identification of fugitive emissions is an important step toward leak mitigation controls and strategies; however, no technology today is able to fill the sweet spot to provide the sensitivity, cost, and portability that the gas industry is in dire need of. BioInspira has developed arrays of color thin film that has been modified to bind to different components of natu ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: KWJ ENGINEERING INC Topic: 16NCER1B
The proposed EPA SBIR Phase I program will create a novel ultra low power and low cost microfabricated CH4 sensor. The initial developments of sensor technology will serve the EPA mission of identifying fugitive methane emissions, and subsequently the very large methane/ natrual gas leak and safety market that has been identified by KWJ and its collaborators. Phase I is dedicated to design, fabric ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: INSTRUMENTAL POLYMER TECHNOLOGIES, LLC Topic: 16NCER2B
Of the 300 million tons of plastic produced per year most will take over 100 years to biodegrade. Though there is a growing ability to recycle thermoplastic, there is a 3.7% annual growth in the 50 million tons of thermoset plastic which can't be recycled. _x000D_ _x000D_ This project will develop a completely sustainable aliphatic polycarbonate plastic that is uniquely a recyclable thermoset resi ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: OCEANIT LABORATORIES INC Topic: 16NCER4B
Many pipelines within America’s infrastructure are in dire need of repair, due to structural damage caused by corrosion, or the threat of heavy metal leaching from lead and copper pipes. However, full pipe replacement is expensive and disruptive, while existing polymer liners and sleeve inserts can only_x000D_ be applied in specific cases and have difficulty bonding to worn and contaminated surf ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: KWJ ENGINEERING INC Topic: 16NCER4C
The goal of this program is to demonstrate a simple, low cost home test for lead ion, Pb(II), in drinking water. The US is faced with a deteriorating water service system used by many millions of people. This condition poses a serious public health threat, as illustrated recently by the Flint water crisis, but the problem is widespread and expected to grow. A simple, yet reliable test is needed th ...SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency