Posts Tagged ‘research’

The Department of Defense SBIR 16.2 and STTR 16.B solicitations have been pre-released. Until May 22, prospective applicants have the opportunity to communicate directly with topic authors to ask technical questions about the research topics. Each topic author’s name, phone number and email address is listed within each solicitation topic. DoD Small Business Innovation Research […]

The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center hosted Global Entrepreneurship Week events at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Nov. 16-20. Daily lunch-and-learn sessions each covered a different topic related to entrepreneurship: “The Social Entrepreneur,” “My Student Startup Story,” “Commercializing Your Research,” and “Market Research Tips and Techniques.” Rebecca Norman led the session on […]

Energy Dept. Releases New SBIR/STTR Topics

November 18th, 2015 by Sarah Ricard

The Department of Energy has released topics ahead of its FY16 SBIR/STTR Phase 1 Release 2 Funding Opportunity Announcement. Details are available on the DOE website. The full FOA is expected to be released on Monday, Nov. 30. DOE will provide a webinar opportunity to learn more about the DOE SBIR/STTR application process shortly after the FOA […]

NSF Releases Fall 2014 SBIR, STTR Solicitations

September 5th, 2014 by Rebecca Todd

Explore funding opportunities within the National Science Foundation’s Fall Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer solicitations for FY-2014. The complete list of NSF SBIR/STTR topics can be found here. NSF strongly encourages potential applicants to communicate with SBIR/STTR program directors listed on the appropriate subtopic page to see whether or not their […]

A recent US National Climate Assessment Report indicates that every region of the nation has shown effects of climate change, from increases in wildfires to massive power outages. According to Bryan Hannegan, associate laboratory director for Energy Systems Integration at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “It’s more vital than ever that the nation have a […]