CTC hosted BBCetc, SBIR experts, for a webinar on April 19th.
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The Applicant Assistance Program (AAP) is a free 10-week NIH program that supports businesses that have not received NIH SBIR/STTR funding before, through mentoring and customized assistant.
CTC hosted BBCetc, SBIR experts, for a well-attended webinar on January 17th.
Last week NSF released FY23 SBIR/STTR solicitations, with $85 million budgeted for Phase I awards alone.
Fund your innovation with someone else’s money: Over $1M is available in Air Force funding for innovative solutions that can be used by the Air Force.
Since April 2020, the CTC team has been creating the Sparks Series.
Congratulations to SafeLi — a CTC client, and SBIR Advance awardee, for receiving a 2020 Wisconsin Innovation Award SafeLi, based in Shorewood, discovered Graphene Monoxide, a nano-material that may enable enhanced safety for the use of lithium-ion batteries.
Brian Walsh is the newest addition to the Center for Technology Commercialization team as a Business Development & Technology Commercialization Consultant.
My Business Can Change Lives Faster Than What I Could Do in My Research/Health Practice This was the overall message from the January 15 MCW & CTC hosted panel: Medical Innovation: Road to Patient Impact.
Welcome to a new look and new website for the Wisconsin Center for Technology Commercialization! Changes at the University of Wisconsin System, which helps make our work possible, have driven our rebranding.