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From time to time, we will highlight the innovation needs of various agencies. SBIR agencies look to solve significant problems with your solutions.
Spring 2013 Webinar SBIR Series
The Small Business Innovation Office at Connecticut Innovations provides ongoing support for companies that pursue Small Business Innovation Research grants. Connecting Connecticut companies to resources that can help them to thrive and commercialize is a top priority.
Our "Spring 2013 Webinar SBIR Series" is designed to provide insights from winning companies and resources. We also have a few seats available if you would like to participate in-person. Please email us. In our Spring Webinar Series we will feature the following:
Batting Almost A Thousand -- How One SBIR Company Has Beaten the Odds
SBIRsource.com a New Resource for SBIR Technology Companies
Connecticut Business Incubators Where Startups Go to Grow!
Branching Out: Using SBIR to Develop New Customers
The SBIR Acceleration and Commercialization Program started about a year ago. To date, the state has committed over $1,000,000 to Connecticut's SBIR winners to help advance their technologies, win Phase IIs, and speed up revenue generation. Please review the program for eligibility. We welcome your comments.
Department of Homeland Security
Accepting Proposals - April 18, 2013
Deadline - May 22, 2013
The FY13.2 solicitation includes the following eight topics for which Phase I proposals are sought at this time.
- Bulk Currency Vapor Detection in Confined Spaces
- Software Based Roots of Trust for Enhanced Mobile Security
- Lost Person Locator for First Responders
- Structural Collapse Prediction Technology
- Commodity Goods Counterfeit Detection
- Management of Mass Casualty Triage
- Affordable Non-Destructive Anomaly Detection for Perceived Hollow Spaces
- Pre-Shot Sniper Detection in Urban Environments
Please check Zyn and SBIR.gov for other important information concerning the SBIR/STTR Program