We would like to bring your attention to a recent NIH program that provides SBIR applicant assistance to small businesses who have not been funded with an SBIR, even if you’ve previously applied.
The Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute (NMDSI) hosted Untapped AI-Next Frontiers featuring academic and corporate research leaders applying AI to emerging business and social impact spaces.
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.
Day 1 of the WI AI Summit hosted four expert panels discussing artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML).
CTC hosted BBCetc, SBIR experts, for a well-attended webinar on January 17th.
We often may think that the NIH SBIR activities are limited to grants.
Congratulations to COnovate — a CTC client, SBIR Advance awardee and 2020 Wisconsin Innovation Award winner — upon securing key SAFE financing from a remarkable partnership led by Tundra Angels, Wisconsin Venture Partners and Jennifer Abele.
We often talk about and recommend that our clients get involved in the I-Corp programs that some of the federal agencies have. The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are the common ones our clients tend to gravitate to.
In a recent Quick Chat, I talked with Tom Schwei, a financial professional who has more than 25 years of experience working with Wisconsin-based life science companies.
Dr. Mooneyham is representing, Superior Medical Experts, a new Service Provider approved by CTC to support Wisconsin companies to submit competitive SBIRs.