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.
Congratulations to Stem Pharm – a CTC client, SBIR Advance awardee and Wisconsin Innovation Award winner – on their recently announced collaboration to develop a disease model to validate novel targets identified by Verge Genomics for Parkinson’s disease (PD).
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.
The Department of Defense has ‘pre-released’ the fall 2023 round of SBIR and STTR Broad Area Announcements (BAA’s).
The NIH SBIR/STTR program has $1.3 Billion in seed funding available to small businesses to support R&D efforts.
Established in 2018, Army xTech connects the United States Army with businesses and works to break down traditional barriers to receive funding opportunities with the Army.
The Center for Technology Commercialization partnered with the University of Milwaukee’s Lubar Entrepreneur Center to provide a free training workshop for members of the Wisconsin Air National Guard.
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.