SBIR

AcronymDefinition
SBIRSmall Business Innovation Research (program/grant)
SBIRSmall Business Innovation Research
SBIRSite Backsurface-referenced Ideal Plane/Range (silicon wafers)
SBIRSpeaker-Boundary Interference Response (acoustics)
SBIRSpace Based Infra-Red
SBIRSmall Business Incentive Research
SBIRSmall Business Interest Rate (finance)
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As one of the most successful federal initiatives for technological innovation in our nations history, SBIR is the lifeblood for the innovative products that thousands of these businesses develop each year.
Small technology firms, innovators, scientists or researchers seeking more information on the SBIR Road Tour, including a schedule of stops and participating agencies, should visit www.sbirroadtour.com.
Virgin Islands SBIR and STTR also go by "America's Seed Fund."
The technology that we incorporated into this new composite 463L pallet was developed by us prior to this SBIR PII contract where we demonstrated the utility of our solutions.
Providing a special focus on women-owned, disadvantaged, and rural small businesses, the new SBIR Proposal Lab's ultimate goal is to improve proposal quality and submission rates for government contracts while building long-term capacity to win government and commercial bids.
With backing from the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program, he and two colleagues from LCI, Tamas Kosa and Peter Palffy-Muhoray, co-founded AlphaMicron, Inc.
SBIR acquired interest in Sensor Tech in an all cash transaction.
Biotechnology company VLP Therapeutics LLC reported on Wednesday the receipt of USD298,729 Phase I grant from the National Cancer Institute under auspices of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme of the National Institutes of Health.
Subsurface Insights, also of Hanover, a geophysical research and development company that develops and applies software for geo-science monitoring, received a $1 million SBIR Phase II award to make computer models available to commercial entities in the advanced manufacturing and engineering industries.
Roland Tibbetts, former senior program officer at the National Science Foundation and father of the SBIR program, summed up SBIR's value this way: "SBIR bets on the ideas of innovative small tech firms, often in emerging areas because there is less established competition in new areas.
The SBIR program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in federal research/ research and development (R/R&D) that has the potential for commercialization.
In 2000, Congress mandated that the National Research Council (NRC) conduct an evaluation of the economic benefits achieved by the SBIR program and make recommendations to Congress for improvements.