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  1. BT4: Bioinstrumentation

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    The development of technology for novel or improved instrumentation primarily for biological research applications. This may include analytical, automation, and monitoring devices, which covers but is not limited to virtual instruments, biosensing devices, microfluidics, etc. In addition, this may include low cost instruments for science and engineering that are aimed at students or others in work ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  2. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  3. BT6: Fermentation and Cell Culture Technologies

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Proposed projects might include (but are not limited to) novel or improved microbial fermentation or mammalian and plant cell culture technologies, bioreactors, processes, scale-up, development of expression platforms, and purification. This may include technology development for pilot and large scale manufacturing of biopharmaceutical and other products.

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  4. BT7: Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Developing and applying computationally intensive techniques (e.g., pattern recognition data mining, machine learning algorithms, and visualization) and may include (but are not limited to) sequence alignment, gene finding, genome assembly, drug design, drug discovery, protein structure alignment, protein structure prediction, prediction of gene expression and protein-protein interactions, genome- ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  5. BT8: Advanced Biomanufacturing

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    The aim of this new area is to standardize the processes for cell-based therapies, especially stem cell therapies, regenerative medicine, and immunotherapies to bring down costs and to make the manufacturing processes more reproducible, scalable, efficient, and sustainable. This may include the development and implementation of advanced technologies in cell processing, cell preservation, distribut ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  6. BT9: Advanced technologies for functional genomics in organismal systems

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    The aim of this program is to support the development of tools, reagents and resources for emerging plant and animal model systems. These products are needed to expedite the identification of genes that control development, behavior and physiology. Projects of interest include high through-put phenotyping, technologies and tools to enable the genetic manipulation of novel species, strategies for i ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  7. BT10 (Formerly BM3): Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Proposed projects may include enabling bioengineering and biomanufacturing technologies and systems that will advance the research, development, quality control, and production of artificial tissues and their derivatives in scientific, therapeutic, and/or commercial applications. Proposed projects also may include novel methods or technologies for cell and tissue engineering to replace or regenera ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  8. CT: Chemical and Environmental Technologies

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    The Chemical and Environmental Technologies (CT) topic covers a wide range of technology areas of current and emerging commercial significance pertaining to the broad chemical industry, the environment and related industrial sectors. Phase I proposals would typically be at the proof of concept/technical feasibility stage on new or novel technology concepts and innovations when submitting to this o ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  9. CT1: Bio-based Chemicals and Biochemical Processes

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Relevant projects could involve novel chemical, biochemical, biotechnological, cell-free bioprocess technologies for the conversion of raw material sources to cost-competitive products that represent new products or represent sustainable alternatives to existing commercial industrial commodity, intermediate, specialty, fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals products made from non-renewable sources. Re ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  10. CT2: Chemicals, Polymers, Plastics and Derivatives

    Release Date: 03-16-2017Open Date: 05-17-2017Due Date: 06-14-2017Close Date: 06-14-2017

    Projects may involve (but are not limited to) the development of inorganic and organic chemicals, novel polymeric materials; advanced polymers, bio-based polymers; bioplastics; biosurfactants; coatings; sealants; elastomers; adhesives; composites; biopesticides and herbicides, insecticides; pharmaceuticals; fibers; self-healing barrier films improving environmental and/or corrosion protection and ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation

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