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MSU TechLink SBIR Lunch & Learn Series: NASA & DHS, 11/20, Bozeman

November 14, 2017View for printing

Are photonics, robotics, first responder safety, manufacturing, decision support, or cybersecurity your thing?

Innovations in these and many other areas are wanted by NASA and the Department of Homeland Security. Join MSU TechLink for our Fall SBIR/STTR Lunch & Learn series to learn more about Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding opportunities.

If you are an MSU researcher or an existing Montana small business and would like to learn more about SBIR funding, join us. We'll look at the broad topic areas funded by NASA and DHS in this session. We'll also help you understand how you can qualify for hundreds of thousands of dollars of federal funding that does not have to be matched or repaid. Sponsored by the MSU Office of Research and Economic Development, representatives from MSU TechLink and the Montana Technology Innovation Partnership will help you navigate the SBIR program basics, the requirements, and how to apply.

You'll also learn about free proposal development and submission assistance available to you.

Researchers in all areas are welcome to attend, although this session will be focused on SBIR programs and funding opportunities from NASA and DHS.

For a calendar of upcoming TechLink SBIR Lunch & Learn dates and a list of other federal agency SBIR funding opportunities, please visit http://www.montana.edu/techlink/sbirresources.html.

For more information, contact Ann Peterson at 406.994.7788 or ann.peterson@techlinkcenter.org.
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