As the August 5 deadline approaches for the submission of SBIR/STTR grants, many of you may be still working long nights on your application. By the way, this deadline stands under the assumption that a continuing resolution (CR) is passed to fund the program beyond July 31 (see http://www.zyn.com/sbir/ for details). We have our fingers crossed here.
Having assisted several investigators in writing and editing SBIR/STTR grant applications (and currently writing one myself), I know how involved the process can be, especially for first-timers. I highly recommend educating yourself by going to an SBIR conference (this year’s is in Oklahoma City, http://www.sbirok.org/), attending an information session or workshop (offered by numerous universities and incubators), or listening to online seminars, such as those offered at http://center.ncet2.org/.
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Author: The Isis Group