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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. A17A-T001: Atomic Layer Deposition of Highly Conductive Metals

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors  OBJECTIVE: Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) techniques have established the ability to grow conformal, defect free films over large areas, atomic layer by atomic layer. While many dielectric, semiconductor, and metal materials have been deposited with ALD, the metals with the highest electrical conductivity have not been demonstrated in a reproducible manuf ...

    STTR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  4. A17A-T002: High Efficient Flexible Perovskite Photovoltaic Modules for Powering Wireless Sensor Nodes and Recharging Batteries

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors  OBJECTIVE: Design, fabricate, and demonstrate flexible perovskite solar modules (12"x12") providing efficiency greater than 20% under AM 1.5G standard solar spectrum with stability under up to 50°C of temperature and up to 80% of humidity. Demonstrate the modules for direct powering of wireless sensor nodes and battery recharging operation ...

    STTR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  5. A17A-T003: Photonic Nanostructures for Manipulation of High Energy Coherent Beams

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: This STTR effort seeks to investigate novel approaches using multilayered hybrid 2-dimensional nanostructures as passive coatings and evaluate their interactions with high energy lasers.  DESCRIPTION: As part of the continuous transformation of the US Armed forces to be endowed with new, advanced and effective military capabilities ...

    STTR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  6. A17-001: Lightweight, Durable, Low-Cost Recuperators Designed for Integration with Small Turbo-generators for Future Army Unmanned Aerial Systems

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform  OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate lightweight, durable, low cost recuperators for 5 Kilowatt turbo-generators to power DoD Group 2/small Group 3 unmanned aerial systems (UASs) for increased reliability and operational capability.  DESCRIPTION: Tactical requirements for unmanned aerial systems are exceeding current capabilities for perform ...

    SBIR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  7. A17-002: Advanced Electric Motor Technology for Hybrid More Electric/Micro-Turbine Architectures

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform  OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate lightweight, durable, high power density electric motor technologies for main/auxiliary propulsors to enable future turbo-generators to power DoD Group 2/small Group 3 unmanned aerial systems (UASs) for increased reliability and operational capability.  DESCRIPTION: Tactical requirements for unmanned aeri ...

    SBIR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  8. A17-003: Development of In-Process Monitoring Closed-Loop Feedback for Use in Aluminum Alloy Additive Manufacturing (AM) Applications

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform  OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate in-process monitoring and closed-loop feedback methods that can be utilized in metallic additive manufacturing processes to improve repeatability for geometric dimensions, material properties, and quality.  DESCRIPTION: Army rotorcraft components require structural integrity to be flight safe. Traditiona ...

    SBIR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  9. A17-004: Composite Bondline Inspection for Structural Integrity

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform  OBJECTIVE: Develop a non-destructive bondline inspection technique suitable for assessing structural integrity of high-efficiency composite structures.  DESCRIPTION: Trends indicate aircraft structural components are increasingly being designed using composite materials. Because continuous-fiber composites allow a material to have great s ...

    SBIR ArmyDepartment of Defense
  10. A17-005: Long-life, Shelf-stable, Wet Layup Laminating Resins and Paste Adhesives

    Release Date: 11-30-2016Open Date: 01-10-2017Due Date: 02-08-2017Close Date: 02-08-2017

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: To develop a wet layup laminating resin and a paste adhesive that remain viable in diverse environments for an extended time period, while maintaining the strength, stiffness, and weight efficiency of modern high-strength composite materials.  DESCRIPTION: The Army seeks long-life, shelf-stable, wet layup laminating resins and past ...

    SBIR ArmyDepartment of Defense

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