The advent of AI in document preparation will likely greatly impact how SBIR/STTR grants are prepared and written.
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Access NIH’s Application Assistance Program
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.
Preparing an Easy to Read Proposal
Making your proposal easy to read An often overlooked aspect of an SBIR proposal involves neglecting to realize your reviewers are people who have to wade through a slew of proposals quickly and efficiently.
How will federal changes affect your research spending?
We have recently become aware of a Federal tax change that will affect how you are able to expense research spending.
Specific Aims/Technical Objectives are probably the most important scientific aspect of an SBIR/STTR proposal.
SBIR Reauthorization has passed!
We, as well as everyone in the SBIR/STTR world, have been watching with keen interest the progress; or lack thereof, of the congressional reauthorization of the program.
NIH SBIR Contracts Solicitation
We often may think that the NIH SBIR activities are limited to grants.
A Peek into the DOD SBIR/STTR Review Process
As we work to promote Wisconsin companies in securing Department of Defense (DoD) SBIR/STTR contracts, we encourage our clients to become familiar with the review process.
Access the Activate Fellowship
We want make our clients and others in the technology startup space to become familiar with the Activate organization and program.
Before you start writing your proposal…
One of the things to do before you start an SBIR/STTR proposal is to make sure you have some registrations in place, you’ve vetted your idea, and you’ve talked to a program officer at the agencies.