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  1. 9.04.05.77: High Speed Large Field-of-View Optical Microscope

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    In time-lapse optical microscopy of multiple field of views (FOVs), there is a trade-off between the spatial coverage that can be achieved at high spatial resolution and the temporal resolution. In other words, the larger the spatial coverage, the longer it takes to acquire all small (FOVs) to create one large FOV. Consequently, the events in a specimen that are characterized by high rates of chan ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  2. 9.04.06.63: Infrastructure Requirements, Strategy and Architecture to Enable Scalable Scientific Data and Metadata Acquisition and Curation in Support of the Materials Genome Initiative

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    As a part of the Materials Genome Initiative, NIST is charged with developing a materials innovation infrastructure. Key aspects of this infrastructure include the real-time acquisition and curation of experimental and simulation data and associated metadata and control of scientific equipment over a network. To accomplish this, NIST needs research and development on the core requirements and on a ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  3. 9.04.07.73: Low-Latency High-reliability Wireless Protocol for Advanced Manufacturing Applications

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    The future of manufacturing will include highly adaptive, reconfigurable, and mobile machinery that can interact with and collaborate with humans safely, reconfigure quickly and cost-effectively depending factory needs, and anticipate the situational environment. Mobile robotic work agents will have the ability to move between work cells, reconfigure, and perform tasks within that work-cell. The c ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  4. 9.04.08.77: Medical Device Cybersecurity Tools or Compensating Controls

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    Medical devices, such as infusion pumps, are a critical component of our national healthcare delivery system. There are millions of digitally connected medical devices in our hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, other commercial points of care and, increasingly, in the home. These devices are connected to people and to critical networks in these environments, and vulnerabilities in their ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  5. 9.04.09.77: Policy Machine/Next Generation Access Control Implementation

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    To solve the interoperability and policy enforcement problems of today’s access control paradigm, NIST has developed a specification [1] and open source reference implementation [2], of an access control system, referred to as the Policy Machine (PM). The PM is designed in support of, and in alignment with an emerging ANSI/INCITS standard under the title of “Next Generation Access Control” ( ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  6. 9.04.10.73: Smart Visualization for Smart Manufacturing

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    Today’s manufacturing systems are able to collect vast amounts of data; however, much of that data is never used unless and until there is a known problem with the equipment. Sometimes the problem will not even be detected until the product is being used in the field, implying that the manufacturing problem may have persisted for several generations of the product. Advances in data visualization ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  7. 9.04.11.77: Sources of and Triggers for Cybersecurity Failures

    Release Date: 01-10-2017Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 03-30-2017Close Date: 03-30-2017

    NIST is developing a “Bugs Framework” (BF) to categorize and describe classes of bugs in software. For each bug class, the framework includes rigorous definitions and attributes of the class, along with its related dynamic properties, such as proximate, secondary, and tertiary fault causes, consequences, and sites in code. The boundary of the framework is source code; it does not describe the ...

    SBIR National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  8. RFA-MD-17-002 : Technologies for Improving Minority Health and Eliminating Health Disparities (R41/R42)

    Release Date: 12-12-2016Open Date: 01-22-2017Due Date: 02-22-2017Close Date: 02-22-2017

    Purpose The purpose of this funding opportunity is to stimulate a partnership of ideas and technologies between innovative small business concerns (SBCs) and non-profit research institutions resulting in improving minority health and the reduction of health disparities by commercializing innovative technologies in one or more NIH-defined health disparity population group(s). Healthy People 2020 d ...

    STTR Department of Health and Human Services
  9. RFA-MD-17-001 : Innovations for Healthy Living- Improving Population Health and Eliminating Health Disparities (R43/R44)

    Release Date: 12-12-2016Open Date: 01-22-2017Due Date: 02-22-2017Close Date: 02-22-2017

    Purpose The purpose of this funding opportunity is to engage small business concerns (SBC) in developing technologies and products that engage, empower, and motivate individuals and communities, including providers and healthcare institutions, in sustainable health promoting activities and interventions that lead to improved health, healthcare delivery, and the elimination of health disparities in ...

    SBIR Department of Health and Human Services
  10. RFA-HL-15-030: HHS SBIR RFA-HL-15-030

    Release Date: 11-06-2014Open Date: 01-20-2015 Due Dates: Multiple Close Date: 02-20-2017

         Background Stem cell-derived red blood cell (RBC) and platelet products have the potential to meet critical medical needs. Engineered RBCs might deliver drugs or biologic factors to treat diseases including inherited or acquired deficiencies. Blood cells derived from stem cells might be transfused into patients with sickle cell disease for whom compatible RBCs cannot be e ...

    SBIR Department of Health and Human Services

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