SBIR/STTR proposals require a very meticulous application process. For this reason, once you have decided to apply for an SBIR award, there are several steps you should take to prepare.
The DOD SBIR 19.3 and STTR 19.C Broad Agency Announcements are Open for Proposal Submission today, September 24, 2019
CTNext, Connecticut’s innovation ecosystem. In other words, we equip startups and entrepreneurs with resources, guidance and networks to accelerate growth and success.
NSF’s Convergence Accelerator Pilot is issued its first set of awards in 2019. The Convergence Accelerator is a new capability within NSF to accelerate use-inspired, convergence research in areas of national importance that supports two of the Big Ideas and seeks to engage partnerships – notably public-private partnerships.
The 2019 Grow-NY Food & Ag Summit is a two-day event showcasing food and ag innovations that will change the path of our industry. The event brings together the top startups from around the globe, world class researchers from leading institutions, and resources and partners from across New York State. The event is designed for startups, companies, investors, resource providers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and students.
A.I. vs Algorithms: Your words matter… especially in your proposals.
For the second consecutive year, Christine E. B. Howard will be demonstrating her advocacy for women in business by participating as a volunteer judge in a woman-owned technology pitch contest.
Best Practice Tip: ALWAYS contact any funder or agency by phone and/or email before you consider submitting a proposal.