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  1. AI13: Smart Agriculture

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    AI13 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  2. AI14: Vehicle-Based Systems

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    AI14 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  3. AI15: Virtual Agents and Assistants

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    AI15 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  4. AI16: Other AI Technologies

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    AI16 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  5. BT: Biological Technologies (BT)

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    The Biological Technologies topic covers a wide range of technology areas to advance engineering and science innovation across the biological spectrum. Biological technologies have disrupted decades-old chemical, agricultural, and medical products and services producing a new bioeconomy. Potential breakthroughs in this space are on course to make major socioeconomic contributions to the economy by ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  6. BT1: Animal Biotechnology

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    BT1 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  7. BT2: Bioinstruments

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    BT2 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  8. BT3: Biosensors

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    BT3 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  9. BT4: Cell and Biologics Manufacturing

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    BT4 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  10. BT5: Cell and Tissue Engineering

    Release Date: 03-04-2019Open Date: 03-04-2019Due Date: 06-13-2019Close Date: 06-13-2019

    BT5 NSF SBIR Phase I (June 2019) National Science Foundation ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation

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