Recent TREND Phase 0 Award Winners
Congratulations to the following new Phase 0 Grant winners!
BhaisaPi Tech, LLC. – “Microfluidic Chips for Time-Resolved Media Mining”
Be Cool Pharmaceutics, LLC. – “A1 adenosine agonists as anti-seizure, anti-shivering and neuroprotective
adjuncts for targeted temperature management for small community hospitals”
PATHseq Diagnostics, Inc. – “Simultaneous detection and identification of all hepatitis C genotypes and
viral load using next generation sequencing technology”
Cereon Biotechnology LLC – “Rescue of cognition deficits with an FDA-approved nutraceutical blunting
inflammatory and oxidative stress in dementias ”
V-Adapt, Inc. – “Automated Infrared Imaging System for Detection of Small Scale Features and High Frame Rate Capture of Explosion Events”
KEV, LLC (Kodiak) and Oxergy, Inc. (Auke Bay) were previously awarded Phase 0 grants. KEV’s award was for Variable Speed and Serial Hybrid Power Generation, while Oxergy’s was for Ultra-Compact Additively Manufactured Thermochemical Reactors for Hydrothermal Applications.
There are six SBIR online training modules offered at http://www.sbirtraining.com/. The goal of SBIRTraining.com is to provide information needed to become educated about the SBIR program. SBIR videos, webinars, agency overviews and links to agency specific SBIR details are available here.
There are national and regional conferences hosted throughout the year in various locations in the U.S. These events are important for small businesses participating, or wanting to participate, in the SBIR program.
Additional events can be found at SBA’s SBIR website. The site also features several SBIR and STTR resources.
There are no Workshops scheduled at this time.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is accepting proposals for Phase 1 SBIR (due January 5th). Learn about the NIH SBIR details. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting proposals for Phase 1 SBIR (due January 7th). Learn about the EPA SBIR details.
The Department of Energy(DOE )will begin accepting proposals for Phase 1 SBIR on November 30th. The proposal will be due February 6th. Learn about the DOE SBIR details
The Technology Research & Development Center (TREND) assists Alaska small business and entrepreneurs in developing new products and services that support government research efforts.
We specialize in providing assistance with the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. TREND also provides pre-market strategy and assistance to independent inventors.
Last modified: December 23, 2015.