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  1. 4: Sustainable Materials Management

    Release Date: 06-16-2021Open Date: 06-16-2021Due Date: 08-03-2021Close Date: 08-03-2021

    Innovative technologies that help consumers prevent food waste in the acquisition, preparation, and storage of food Innovative technologies that will improve the U.S. recycling system Low Impact Reusable and Recyclable Material Alternatives to Low Value P ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  2. HR0011SB20224-01: Sustainable Reef Starters

    Release Date: 10-06-2021Open Date: 10-06-2021Due Date: 09-29-2022Close Date: 09-29-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Biotechnology TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials/Processes OBJECTIVE: Develop novel carbon-neutral, durable materials to replace traditional gray infrastructure for coastal infrastructure (e.g., seawalls, artificial reefs) to both protect DoD installations and support the development of beneficial coastal ecosystems. DESCRIPTION: Developing novel, extremely durable ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  3. S7: Sustainable Semiconductor Manufacturing

    Release Date: 11-22-2022Open Date: 11-22-2022 Due Dates: Multiple Close Date: 03-04-2024

    NA

    SBIR/STTRPhase IINational Science Foundation
  4. S7: Sustainable Semiconductor Manufacturing

    Release Date: 11-22-2022Open Date: 11-22-2022 Due Dates: Multiple Close Date: 03-04-2024

    NA

    SBIR/STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  5. CT7: Sustainable Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

    Release Date: 09-03-2014Open Date: 11-05-2014Due Date: 12-05-2014Close Date: 12-05-2014

    Proposed projects could include novel technology and approaches for the direct capture, conversion, storage, and use of any renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, solar-thermal, ocean, geothermal, bioenergy etc.; and waste heat recovery. Projects may include novel technology that leads to substantial enhancement in energy storage capacity, energy use efficiency, smart energy management, the ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  6. CT7: Sustainable Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

    Release Date: 02-25-2014Open Date: 05-11-2014Due Date: 06-11-2014Close Date: 06-11-2014

    Proposed projects might include novel technology and approaches for the direct capture, conversion, storage, and use of any renewable energy sources; and waste heat recovery. Projects may include novel technology that leads to substantial enhancement in energy storage capacity, energy use efficiency, energy management, and energy recovery from waste streams compared to currently available technolo ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  7. CT7: Sustainable Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

    Release Date: 02-25-2014Open Date: 05-10-2014Due Date: 06-10-2014Close Date: 06-10-2014

    Proposed projects might include novel technology and approaches for the direct capture, conversion, storage, and use of any renewable energy sources; and waste heat recovery. Projects may include novel technology that leads to substantial enhancement in energy storage capacity, energy use efficiency, energy management, and energy recovery from waste streams compared to currently available technolo ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  8. CT7: Sustainable Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Capture, Storage and Use

    Release Date: 08-25-2014Open Date: 11-02-2014Due Date: 12-02-2014Close Date: 12-02-2014

    Proposed projects could include novel technology and approaches for the direct capture, conversion, storage, and use of any renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, solar-thermal, ocean, geothermal, bioenergy etc.; and waste heat recovery. Projects may include novel technology that leads to substantial enhancement in energy storage capacity, energy use efficiency, smart energy management, the ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  9. F: Sustainable Utilization of Biomass

    Release Date: 03-15-2012Open Date: 03-15-2012Due Date: 05-03-2012Close Date: 05-03-2012

    EPA SBIR 2013 Phase I Solicitation Biofuels Waste-to-Energy Systems F Environmental Protection Agency EPA SBIR 2013 Phase I Solicitation ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  10. CT11: Sustainable Wood-based Products and Agriculture

    Release Date: 09-03-2014Open Date: 11-05-2014Due Date: 12-05-2014Close Date: 12-05-2014

    Technologies that allow for the more effective use of renewable forestry as a biomass feedstock through biochemical, bioengineered, or green chemistry pathways for the production of wood-based fuels and industrial chemicals, such as cellulosic fibers, lignin-based materials, plastics from cellulose, food packaging and building materials, coatings, sealants, elastomers, adhesives, etc. Technologies ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
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