NSF abre a nuevas propuestas SBIR / STTR

September 19th, 2017 por Rebecca Todd

Innovadoras pequeñas empresas y sus socios de investigación pueden explorar oportunidades de financiación dentro de las solicitudes de transferencia Small Business Innovation Research y la pequeña empresa Tecnología de la Fundación Nacional de Ciencia. Fecha límite de presentación es la dietilcarbamazina. 5.

Through its SBIR/STTR program, also called “America’s Seed Fund,” the NSF seeks to fund startups developing high-impact engineering and science-based products and services with strong commercial potential.

This program offers a way tode-risktechnology development to encourage private investment.

NSF has a number of technology topic areas for which the agency seeks responsive proposal applications. Los temas incluyen:

  • Manufactura Avanzada y Nanotecnología
  • Materiales Avanzados e Instrumentación
  • Tecnologías Biológicas
  • Tecnologías biomédicas
  • Química y Tecnologías del Medio Ambiente
  • Tecnologías y Aplicaciones Educativas
  • Equipos electrónicos, Robótica y Tecnologías Inalámbricas
  • Tecnologías de la Información
  • Internet de las Cosas
  • Semiconductors and Photonic Devices and Materials
  • Inteligente Salud
  • Other

Prospective applicants are encouraged to draft a short executive form to receive NSF pre-proposal feedback.

The NSF will offer a two-part webinar series to share more about its SBIR/STTR program. The first webinar in the series, “What is America’s Seed Fund at NSF?” will be held Thursday, Octubre. 5, en 1 p.m. (Central). Registration can be done here.

The second webinar, “How to Apply to America’s Seed Fund at NSF,” will take place Thursday, Octubre. 12, en 1 p.m. Register here.

Arkansas companies and research partners interested in responding to these NSF SBIR/STTR funding opportunities are encouraged to contact Rebecca Norman for assistance at rxnorman@ualr.edu or 501.683.7700.

NSF SBIR/STTR solicitations and technology topics