Small business innovation research (SBIR) is a U.S. government program in which federal agencies with large research and development (R&D) budgets set aside a small fraction of their funding for competitions among small businesses only. Small businesses that win awards in these programs retain the rights to any technology developed and are encouraged to commercialize the technology.
Each year (typically in September), the Department of Energy (DOE) issues a funding opportunity solicitation inviting small businesses to apply for SBIR grants. For more specific information, see the DOE Office of Science SBIR/STTR website.
|Last Name||First Name||Poster Title||Institution|
|Burge||Scott||Microbial Sensor for Characterizing and Monitoring Watersheds and Terrestrial Environments Including the Rhizosphere||Burge Environmental, Inc.|
|Ghosh||Ruby||Monitoring Sediment Oxygen Demand in a Coastal Ecosystem with a Robust, In-situ Oxygen Probe||Opti O2|
|Ghosh||Ruby||Dissolved Oxygen Sensor System for Real-time, In-situ Subsurface Monitoring of the East River Hyporheic Zone in Crested Butte, CO||Opti O2|
|Nuzzio||Donald||Analytical Instrumentation for in-situ Biogeochemical Research||Analytical Instrument Systems, Inc.|
|Versteeg||Roelof||Predictive Assimilation Framework: Cloud based System for Site Monitoring||Subsurface Insights|
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