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  1. SimplePath II: A Cell-free Enzymatic Platform for Cannabinoid Biosynthesis


    Project Summary Cannabinoids (CNs) are bioactive natural products with many current and potential theoretical therapeutic uses that are generally extracted from natural plant sources. While the CNs tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), and cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) are the highest abundance and therefore the most well studied, there are many other low abundant (rare) cannabinoids that are also made ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  2. A Low Cost Solar Desalination Method For Agriculture Drainage Management

    SBC: SolMem LLC            Topic: 84

    Ensuring water supply for agriculture irrigation and properly managing irrigation drainage are greatchallenges in regions with significant irrigated agriculture. Cost-effective treatment and reuse ofirrigation drainage and other alterantive water sources (e.g. brackish groundwater industrialwastewater) for irrigation are needed to enhance water and food security to control salinityaccumulation to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  3. New reactive mineral layer coating technology for the production of biobased enhanced efficiency fertilizers

    SBC: Green Technologies, L.L.C.            Topic: 84

    Project SummaryBiobased fertilizers are an under-utilized plant nutrient resource. Recycled biobasedfertilizers help conserve natural resources through protecting water quality improving soilhealth and promoting superior nutrient management practices. However they remainunderutilized in practice due to low nutrient content nutrient imbalance safety concerns relatedto storage and physical character ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  4. A Novel, Lightweight Ammonia Vapor Detector

    SBC: SEACOAST SCIENCE, INC.            Topic: 84

    Chemicals released from agricultural waste are major contributors to air and water pollutionboth domestically and globally. This is especially true of ammonia (NH ) a colorless pungent gas3 that forms as an agricultural waste byproduct and is commonly found in cleaning agents used inagricultural settings. NH gas is hazardous to the health of humans livestock and crops with the3severity of health e ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  5. Heat integration of plasma reactors for electrified fertilizer production

    SBC: Nitricity Inc.            Topic: 84

    Nitricity has developed a technology that produces fertilizer using air water and electricity. Thistechnology replaces an expensive hazardous and inefficient supply chain and enables fertilizer tobe produced closer to the communities that need it.By avoiding the need to ship we focus onfertilizers that are best for fields and farmers rather than fertilizers best for factories and freight.This appr ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  6. Airborne Wildfire Mapping Utilizing An Array Of Thermal Infrared Cameras And Automated Multi-Aperture/Multi-Platform Fire Map Processing

    SBC: Trident Sensing LLC            Topic: 81

    Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of western wildfires.The threat to peopleand infrastructure is growing with more population living in the wildland-urban interface.Advances in technology provide the opportunity to improve wildfire mapping accuracy timelinessand dissemination. An un-stabilized airborne fire mapping sensor is proposed utilizing an array ofminiature thermal inf ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  7. Improved cattle feed efficiency via bacteriophage-mediated microbiome manipulation


    Cattle production is the most economically important US agricultural activity but the industry isunder pressure to improve sustainability as beef production uses more land and energy than othermajor protein sources. Improving feed efficiency is arguably the best approach for enhancingsustainability as much of the cost and environmental footprint of cattle production is due to feedproduction. Thoug ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  8. Nutritionally Enhanced Orange Corn: A Natural Domestic Source of Antioxidant Carotenoids for Improved Poultry and Consumer Well-Being

    SBC: NUTRAMAIZE LLC            Topic: 83

    This project seeks to demonstrate that NutraMaize's nutritionally enhanced Orange Corn has thepotential to transform the United States' largest animal feed crop - corn - into a vehicle fordelivering more health-benefitting antioxidant carotenoids to both poultry and consumers.Orange Corn gets its color from significantly enhanced levels of carotenoids potent antioxidantsand anti-inflammatory agent ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  9. Broadly Protective Porcine Streptococcus suis Vaccines

    SBC: PATHOVACS INCORPORATED            Topic: 83

    Toward efficacious porcine Streptococcus suisvaccines for use globally in the feasibility SBIRPhase I component we demonstrated proof-of-concept for cross-protection engendered by amultivalent subunit vaccine (vaccine) constituted by a panel of immunologically conserved S. suisproteins (CPs) fromdisparate clinically relevant serotypes. Specifically we showed that pCPsfrom across 15 different serot ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
  10. Application of Pseudomonas spp. for control of plant diseases in hydroponic systems

    SBC: 3BAR BIOLOGICS INC.            Topic: 82

    Project SummaryCrazy Root (CR) disease (caused by Agrobacterium rhizogenes) has recently beenrecognized as an emerging disease particularly in greenhouse hydroponic tomato production.There is currently no commercial product for control of CR disease.Newly emerging diseasessuch as CR disease and more common oomycetic root-rot diseases (such as those caused byPythium spp.) can easily spread througho ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Agriculture
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