The following is a transcript from the Office of Naval Research's online Tech Talk series with Tracy Frost who answered questions about ONR's SBIR program.
The Department of the Navy's agile Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs announced today $30 million in rapid-funding opportunities through a new Broad Agency Announcement, which is a request for scientific or research proposals, through May 28.
To solicit a wide range of potential small business partners, the U.S. Navy’s Small Business Innovation Research program is today announcing its expanded funding opportunity in a Broad Agency Announcement.
More than 700 attendees joined the Navy’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) team April 10-13, 2011.
As conflicts become compressed in time and more complex, with an increasing number of data sources and platforms feeding information to warfighters, it is a challenge to build and share a complete and accurate operational picture.
In an effort to establish new connections with innovative small businesses and research companies, the U.S. Navy will host a trio of outreach events on April 8-11 in Lowell, Massachusetts.
In an effort to establish new connections with small businesses and research companies—and reach these players where they live and work—the U.S. Navy will host a Partnering Summit on April 8-9 in Lowell, Massachusetts.
The 2015 Navy Opportunity Forum
Top naval leaders met with representatives from some of the nation’s most cutting-edge small businesses this week at the Navy Opportunity Forum in Crystal City, Va., with the goal of discovering new technologies and capabilities for America’s Sailors and Marines.
In September 2019, EMILY—officially known as the Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard—operated in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. An unmanned surface vehicle, EMILY helped disaster responders deliver medicine and other needed supplies.