Month: May 2019

7 Tips on How to Win Non-Diluting Federal SBIR, STTR Grants
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7 Tips on How to Win Non-Diluting Federal SBIR, STTR Grants

Scientists are always looking for ways to fund their research. But what if you want to translate discoveries into a viable product or service for the marketplace? Read Part 1 on what you should know about non-diluting federal SBIR and STTR funding to learn about tapping into the Federal Government's "America's seed fund" of early-stage funding. If you are ready to prepare a winning proposal to win funding for your research, read the seven tips we collected from experts and successful researchers who have earned a Small Business Innovation Research Program, or SBIR grant, or an STTR or Small Business Technology Transfer grant. Design your R&D approach with commercialization in mind. StemBioSys senior researcher Travis Block has won two SBIR grants, one to fund work at StemBioSys, t...
What You Should Know about Non-Diluting Federal SBIR, STTR Funding
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What You Should Know about Non-Diluting Federal SBIR, STTR Funding

Scientists are always looking for ways to fund their research. But what if you want to translate discoveries into a viable product or service for the marketplace? Successfully tapping into the Federal Government's "America's seed fund" of early-stage funding can make or break commercialization efforts, especially since you don't have to give up equity in exchange. Researchers should familiarize themselves with the $2.5 billion annual set aside for the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research Program, also known as SBIR, and the Small Business Technology Transfer program, or STTR. These two initiatives are the largest source of federally-funded early-stage, high-risk funding for startup companies. Designed to meet specific needs for federal government research and development (R&D), S...
San Antonio Startup Events for the Week of May 6, 2019
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San Antonio Startup Events for the Week of May 6, 2019

Interested in San Antonio startup events? Here are some entrepreneurial events this week in San Antonio of interest to innovators working in tech, science, and engineering, thanks to the San Antonio Business Calendar. SABusinessCalendar.com co-founders Matthew Espinoza and Michael Espinoza provide a vital resource for San Antonio’s business community listing by compiling upcoming business events in San Antonio. The SA Business Calendar lists over 150 business events every week from different industry sectors. If you are interested in their full list of business events, sign up for the SA Business Calendar weekly events newsletter at www.sabusinesscalendar.com. Break Fast & Launch Summer Dinner Day Presented by Launch SA The Break Fast & Launch Program is an 8-week culinary...
Mind Science Foundation Expert Reveals the Science Behind the Teen Brain
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Mind Science Foundation Expert Reveals the Science Behind the Teen Brain

Why do teenagers make bad choices? If you have ever parented, taught, or mentored teenagers, you may have wondered why their thought processes can be so different from adults. The reasons stem from how the adolescent brain develops. The Mind Science Foundation has asked Abigail Baird, professor of psychological science on the Arnhold Family Chair at Vassar College to discuss the teenaged brain and its neurological growth spurt in adolescence that shapes how we process and consolidate our life experiences. She will speak May 9 at 6:30 p.m. in Pearl Stable; tickets are available here. Baird’s research focuses on the biological basis of adolescent brain development and how it shapes behavior. Her work examines how social, emotional, cognitive, and brain-based factors drive how ado...