Each year, the SBIR and STTR programs fund 3000 companies across nearly all technology and market sectors. There are many advantages to applying for an SBIR or STTR, one of the biggest being that they are non-dilutive awards to fund applied research. It could be the perfect vehicle to assist in translating a discovery from the lab or department to the market.
In this video you will learn about:
- Requirements for participating in the SBIR/STTR program
- Roles of faculty and entrepreneurs for each grant type
- Goals and objectives of each phase of the program
- Strategies for writing SBIR/STTR proposals
- Conflict of interest issues faculty need to be aware of when considering launching and working in a startup company
- Please see the time stamps for each section