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  1. RFA-HL-23-008: NHLBI SBIR Phase IIB Small Market Awards to Accelerate the Commercialization of Technologies for Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Disorders and Diseases (R44 Clinical Trial Optional)

    Release Date: 11-16-2021Open Date: 01-28-2022 Due Dates: Multiple Close Date: 02-29-2024

    Since its inception in 1982, the NIH SBIR program has provided the small business community with seed funding to support the development of a broad array of commercial products to detect, diagnose, treat, and prevent disease.? It provides an important funding mechanism for bringing new interventions to patients and clinicians. The SBIR program is structured in three phases. The objective in Phase ...

    SBIRPhase IIDepartment of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  2. RFA-HL-23-009: NHLBI SBIR Phase IIB Bridge Awards to Accelerate the Commercialization of Technologies for Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Disorders and Diseases (R44 Clinical Trial Optional)

    Release Date: 11-16-2021Open Date: 01-28-2022 Due Dates: Multiple Close Date: 02-29-2024

    Since its inception in 1982, the NIH SBIR program has provided the small business community with seed funding to support the development of a broad array of commercial products to detect, diagnose, treat, and prevent disease. It provides an important funding mechanism for bringing new interventions to patients and clinicians. The SBIR program is structured in three phases. The objective in Phase I ...

    SBIRPhase IIDepartment of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  3. HHS-2022-ACL-NIDILRR-BISA-0019: Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, Phase I

    Release Date: 11-19-2021Open Date: 11-19-2021Due Date: 01-18-2022Close Date: 09-30-2022

    NIDILRR’s mission is to generate new knowledge and to promote its effective use to improve the abilities of individuals with disabilities to perform activities of their choice in the community and to expand society’s capacity to provide full opportunities and accommodations for its citizens with disabilities. All SBIR projects funded by NIDILRR must address the needs of individuals with disabi ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Community Living
  4. OSD221-006: Stand-alone multi-axis compact portable quantum accelerometer

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Quantum Science TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors, Electronics and Electronic Warfare OBJECTIVE: Build a compact portable 3-axis quantum-based accelerometer and demonstrate on a moving platform. DESCRIPTION: A significant portion of quantum IMU development has focused on single-axis inertial sensors. Of these, the majority have been gyroscopes and gravimete ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  5. OSD221-007: High yield atomic vapor cell manufacturing and packaging for atomic clocks and magnetometers

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Quantum Science TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors, Electronics and Electronic Warfare; Materials / Processes OBJECTIVE: Develop a manufacturing process which allows greater yield (>80%) per wafer batch on vapor cell wafer runs to support quantum clocks and magnetometers. DESCRIPTION: Over the last decade, quantum sensor technology (including atomic clocks a ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  6. OSD221-D05: Networked quantum sensor for geolocation of anomalous underground ferrous sources

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Quantum Science TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors, Electronics and Electronic Warfare OBJECTIVE: Detect and geo-locate subterranean tunneling activities by using a quantum networked magnetometer. DESCRIPTION: In challenging environments, the DoD needs the capability to distinguish hidden threats in subsurface environments. These threats manifest as hidden, ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  7. OSD221-D08: Open environment nuclear quadrupole magnetic resonance detection

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Quantum Science TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors, Electronics and Electronic Warfare OBJECTIVE: Develop a quantum magnetometer that is widely tunable between 100 Hz and 10 MHz to detect and distinguish RF signals with sensitivity near 1 fT/Hz1/2. The sensor system should simple and easily adapted to any system that uses an antenna in this frequency range. The ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
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