CTC interviewed Michael Adam of Adam Aerospace, on his experience with DoD (Air Force) and his road to supporting his R&D with non-dilutive SBIR funding.
Air Force innovation cells are popping up across the country, many of which do not have the capability to directly write or influence policy decisions.
I had the opportunity to attend the Ag Tech Summit in Champaign, Illinois recently.
We are excited to see the DoD has ‘pre-released’ their next round of SBIR and STTR Broad Area Announcements (BAA’s).
An innovative solution is more than technology. It highlights a distinct benefit to the user. As you consider the April 2022 Dept. of Defense SBIR/STTR release, do some homework to learn about the users need with a focus on mission specific applications.
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.
On February 16, the CTC hosted a quick chat (view recording) with MSgt.
The National Science Foundation has once again made some key changes to their SBIR/STTR program and application process.
In March 2020, CTC converted SBIR Ready from an in-person to an online professional development program.
Over the past quarter, the CTC has been privileged to work with the WI Air National Guard (WIANG) via our SBA Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership agreement.