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The NHLBI SBIR/STTR Program

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SBIR-Technology Transfer for Cerclage Mitral Valve Annuloplasty: Receive SBIR funding and a non-exclusive research and development license to further develop this NHLBI intramural technology. Learn more...

Congratulations to Advanced Circulatory Systems for receiving a 2012 Tibbetts Award, an honor given to outstanding small businesses. Learn more about this innovative company.

NIH Start-up Exclusive Licensing: NIH has developed a new short-term exclusive Start-Up Evaluation License Agreement (Start-up EELA) and a Start-up Exclusive Commercial License Agreement (Start-up ECLA) to facilitate licensing of intramural NIH and Food and Drug Administrative (FDA) inventions to start-up companies. Learn more.

14th Annual NIH SBIR/STTR Conference: Thinking about applying for SBIR/STTR funding? Come learn the ins and outs of the process and submitting a quality application. Already have funding? Come learn about new opportunities and resources. The NHLBI will have staff at the conference to answer your questions. Learn more...

Virtual Reality Technologies for Research and Education in Obesity and Diabetes: July 11, 2012 is the final receipt date for SBIR/STTR grant applications that capitalize on the unique capabilities of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies to visualize outcomes, to teach, to motivate, and to extend the health care and learning environments, in order to foster desirable eating, physical activity, self-care, and other health-related behaviors. Learn more...

Viral Hepatitis: The NHLBI is participating in a Program Announcement to stimulate New Technologies for Viral Hepatitis. Learn more...

USPTO Webinar Series: There are two free upcoming webinars from the USPTO.

Tuesday, February 14th at 1:00pm they will be discussing how SMEs can apply for patents in foreign countries using the Patent Cooperation Treaty.

Tuesday, March 13th at 1:00pm they will discuss technology valuation.

Go hereexternal link to participate in either webinar.

Annual Contract Solicitation Closes: The annual NIH SBIR/STTR Contract Solicitation is now closed. The new solicitation will likely be published in August, 2012.




Last Updated August 2012

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