The pre-release period is a time when interested applicants can look through the announcements for potential topics that might fit their capabilities and guidelines.
First, I’m not an accountant so I can’t really advise on how one should address their taxes… But the new tax rule is quite the problem for small businesses with SBIR/STTR funding.
On September 28th the Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) in partnership with Discovery to Product (D2P) hosted an event called Moving Your Tech Out Of Academia during UW Innovate Week.
The NIH Phase I application requires you to write and upload a Research Strategy document that cannot exceed 6 pages in length.
If you are thinking about taking your tech and getting R&D funding for your small business consider the NSF SBIR Program – a $2 million + opportunity for your business.
The Department of Defense has pre-released the Department of the Air Force’s SBIR CSO X23.
TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo is a three-day event hosted by Advanced Technology International that brings together government agencies and industry partners with SBIR/STTR funding and interested innovators in National Harbor, Maryland.
The advent of AI in document preparation will likely greatly impact how SBIR/STTR grants are prepared and written.
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.