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  1. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should use biotechnology in their approach, and should give consideration to technologies that enhance biodiversity, produce less car ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  2. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologies that enhance biodiversity, produce less carbon dioxide, and use less water and fertilizer. ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  3. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologies that enhance biodiversity, produce less carbon dioxide, and use less water and fertilizer. ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  4. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologies that enhance biodiversity, produce less carbon dioxide, and use less water and fertilizer. ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  5. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

    Release Date: 02-26-2015Open Date: 05-16-2015Due Date: 06-16-2015Close Date: 06-16-2015

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should use biotechnology in their approach, and should give consideration to technologies that enhance biodiversity, produce less car ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  6. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

    Release Date: 03-21-2016Open Date: 05-16-2016Due Date: 06-16-2016Close Date: 06-16-2016

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs that involve the development of new technology that is primarily based in the biotechnology area. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technol ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  7. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

    Release Date: 09-09-2016Open Date: 11-06-2016Due Date: 12-06-2016Close Date: 12-06-2016

    BT1. Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs that involve the development of new technology that is primarily based in the biotechnology area. For Agricultural Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yi ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  8. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs that involve the development of new technology that is primarily based in the biotechnology area. For Plant Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologies t ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  9. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

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

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs that involve the development of new technology that is primarily based in the biotechnology area. For Plant Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologies t ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  10. BT1: Agricultural and Food Safety Biotechnology

    Release Date: 09-06-2017Open Date: 11-03-2017Due Date: 12-04-2017Close Date: 12-04-2017

    New approaches for meeting the world's future nutritional needs that involve the development of new technology that is primarily based in the biotechnology area. For Plant Biotechnology, target areas for improvement may include (but are not limited to) drought tolerance, improved nutritional value, enhanced disease resistance, and higher yield. Proposers should give consideration to technologi ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
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