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NOTE: The Solicitations and topics listed on this site are copies from the various SBIR agency solicitations and are not necessarily the latest and most up-to-date. For this reason, you should visit the respective agency SBIR sites to read the official version of the solicitations and download the appropriate forms and rules.

If no search results for your keyword(s) were found, you are encouraged to review Agency omnibus solicitations for additional funding opportunities. Omnibus solicitations are structured to be broad, extensive Programmatic issuances with research areas related to the petitioning Agency and are not limited to predetermined Topics/Subtopics. If upon reviewing you have additional questions, you may consider reaching out to the respective Agency for clarification regarding acceptable proposals (https://www.sbir.gov/agency-contacts).

  1. BM5: Diagnostic Assays and Platforms

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposed projects should focus on transformational diagnostic technologies. Proposed projects may include (but are not limited to) non- or minimally-invasive sensing, the detection, screening, diagnosis, prognosis and monitoring of syndromes and diseases, software based diagnostic methods, biomarker development, disease-specific assays, personalized medicine, flexible implantable devices, lab-on-a ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  2. BM6: Drug Delivery

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposed projects may include novel, early-stage, and transformative platforms, chemical formulations, excipients, devices, or methodology for the delivery of drugs or biological products.  

    STTR National Science Foundation
  3. CT: Chemical and Environmental Technologies

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    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 ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  4. CT1: Bio-based Chemicals and Biochemical Processes

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    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 ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  5. CT2: Chemicals, Polymers, Plastics and Derivatives

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    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 ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  6. CT3: Novel Catalysts and Processes

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposals may involve the development of novel catalysts and catalyst materials aimed at new or existing applications that could have a disruptive, transformative commercial impact. Proposals may involve processes and technologies that chemically or biochemically (including catalytic/bio-catalytic approaches) produce products from traditional or renewable and abundant natural resources with substa ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  7. CT4: Chemicals and technologies pertaining to Carbon Dioxide and Methane

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposed approaches could include novel chemical, catalytic, biochemical and/or biotechnological routes to achieving the industrial scale conversion of carbon dioxide and/or methane to useful commercial products/materials. Proposals of interest could seek to develop and commercialize processes for efficient carbon dioxide capture and its conversion to cost-competitive chemicals and materials resul ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  8. CT5: Food Technology

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposals of interest could involve developing new production and manufacturing innovations in food processing and finished product production that focus on precision nutrition technologies to achieve enhanced nutrient bioavailability, bioefficacy and bioactivity, nutrient content, and quality and flavor in food products; food technology innovations involving novel process technology for sustainab ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  9. CT6: Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposed projects could include novel technology and approaches for storage and management of any energy sources. Projects may include novel technology that leads to substantial enhancement in energy storage capacity, energy use efficiency, smart energy management, thermal management, and insulation; superior energy recovery from waste streams compared to currently available technologies in any ap ...

    STTR National Science Foundation
  10. CT7: Energy Generation, Oil & Gas Transformation, Bioenergy, Renewable Fuel Technology

    Release Date: 03-14-2018Open Date: 03-14-2018Due Date: 06-14-2018Close Date: 06-14-2018

    Proposed projects could include novel technology and approaches for the direct capture, production and use of any renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, solar-thermal, marine, tidal, geothermal, bioenergy, etc.; and waste heat recovery. Transformative technologies in oil and gas are also welcome including those that enhance production, reduce environmental impact (e.g. waterless fracking), ...

    STTR National Science Foundation

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