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.
We often may think that the NIH SBIR activities are limited to grants.
In the past five years AFWERX has grown exponentially.
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.
We are excited to see the DoD has ‘pre-released’ their next round of SBIR and STTR Broad Area Announcements (BAA’s).
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.
We are anticipating the next SBIR/STTR Department of Defense (DoD) topics pre-release due December 1.
One of the most valuable activities technology companies can do is go to conferences to meet people and organizations that can help grow the company.