STTR

AcronymDefinition
STTRStator
STTRShort Term Training Request (US Coast Guard)
STTRSmall Technology Transfer Innovation Research
STTRSpace Test & Training Range (US Air Force Space Command)
STTRSmall Business Technology Transfer Program
STTRSBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) and Technology Transfer Research
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The SBIR and STTR programs were created by Congress to leverage small businesses to advance innovation at federal agencies.
The SBIR and STTR programs dedicate a percentage of federal research and development funding to allow small businesses to work with federal agencies in areas such as public health and national security.
BIO says SBIR and STTR are key sources of funding for small bioscience companies in the early development stage of medical research.
In the statement, ASME posits that SBIR and STTR be permanent parts of the U.
Current budgets (fiscal year 2009) are $600 million for SB1R and $72 million for STTR (The fiscal year 2009 budgets for the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) are $7.
This conference will also provide participants with multiple opportunities to meet and network with SBIR and STTR program managers and fellow attendees including SBIR/STTR award winners, speakers, and experts from business and the government.
Most rescently he was SBIR/ STTR program administrator for the Defense Department.
doc) contains information about the SBIR and STTR programs, regulations governing the programs, and instructional information for submission.
6 billion of SBIR and STTR funding earmarked for their successful research advancements.
who is also the principal investigator of the STTR grant, notes, "Our ssDNA expression technology is receiving growing recognition by the scientific community as well as biotech and pharmaceutical companies.
Under the program, Innovate Washington provides grant-writing support for qualified Washington-based small technology businesses interested in applying for SBIR / STTR Phase I federal R&D funding.