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  1. CT3: Novel Catalysts and Processes

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

    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 ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  2. CT5: Food Technology

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

    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 ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  3. CT6: Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

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

    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 ...

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

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

    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), ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  5. CT8: Separation Technology

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

    Relevant projects could involve any separation technology that enables and/or enhances the efficiency of separations in existing or new process technologies in any industrial application. Proposals may focus on facilitating particularly challenging separations resulting in economically significant improvements in selectivity, throughput, energy efficiency, capital/operating costs, and environmenta ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  6. CT9: Resource and Water Conservation, Treatment and Reuse, Waste Minimization and Environmental Sustainability, Handling of Produced Water

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

    Proposed projects may present novel process and product technologies for pollution prevention; technologies that dramatically reduce water usage in industrial and domestic/municipal use; technologies that lead to more efficient use of water as a resource; and technologies leading to substantial reduction or even elimination of industrial water usage by developing sustainable alternatives. Technolo ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  7. CT10: Environmental Sensing, Environmental Pollution Control and Mitigation

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

    Proposed projects may include methods to reduce human ecological and environmental impacts; microbial contamination sensing and control; the detection of toxic and hazardous chemicals; the removal of toxic and hazardous compounds from the environment and from consumer products to enhance human/animal health and safety; pathogen and toxin diagnostics technologies; novel bioremediation technologies; ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  8. CT11: Plant-Based Products and Sustainable Agricultural Innovations

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

    Proposed projects may seek to develop novel technologies that allow for the more effective use of renewable forestry and agricultural feedstocks through biochemical, bioengineered, or green chemistry pathways for the production of plant and wood based industrial chemicals, cellulosic fibers, lignin-based materials, plastics from cellulose, packaging and building materials, coatings, sealants, elas ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  9. CT12: Chemical Production Efficiency and Productivity

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

    Proposals may seek to develop innovative process equipment and technology across all chemical and industrial manufacturing operations that lead to significant process simplification, intensification, enhanced efficiency, productivity enhancement, waste minimization or waste elimination, lower carbon footprint and greener, more sustainable processes; systems that lead to substantially improved ener ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation
  10. CT13: Sustainable Chemistry and Green Engineering Technology

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

    This topic seeks to broadly capture innovative technology development projects that are seeking to develop engineered products, technologies and system solutions involving green engineering and green chemistry approaches that may also involve cross-cutting and multidisciplinary approaches to addressing significant commercial and societal needs through technological solutions. Projects may propose ...

    SBIR National Science Foundation

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