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Phase Double Zero Awardees

Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero Award Recipients (Link)



Award Date Company Proposal  Description / Award Type/ Focus Area Award
1 06/09/2011 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
High Fidelity Computational and Wind Tunnel Models in Support of Certification Airworthiness of Control Surfaces with Freeplay and Other Nonlinear

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

2 06/09/2011 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Towards Better Modeling and Simulation of Nonlinear Aeroelasticity On and Beyond Transonic Regimes

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

3 04/13/2011 Vindico NanoBioTechnology Inc.

Lexington, KY
Fully Biodegradable Polymersome-encapsulated Hemoglobin as a Novel Nanoparticle-based Oxygen Carrier

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$3,718

4 10/08/2010 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Ultra-soft Atomic Force Microscope (USAFM) Technology using Nano-cantilevers Technology

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

5 07/06/2010 TiER1 Performance Solutions

Covington, KY
Human Factors Automated Support Tool (H-FAST)

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

6 07/06/2010 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Batch Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio Metallic AFM Probes

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

7 05/12/2010 Advanced Dynamics

Lexington, KY
A Multidisciplinary, Multifidelity Analysis and Design Tool for Complex, Nonlinear Problems of Aerial Vehicles

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

8 04/01/2010 Vision Dynamics, LLC

Louisville, KY
Scale-up of Green Nanoscience Pathway for Wide-Area Deposition of Optically Transparent Nanocomposites

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

9 10/05/2009 Bexion Pharmaceuticals

Covington, KY
A Novel Biotherapeutic Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

10 07/09/2009 TiER1 Performance Solution

Covington, KY
Accelerated Learning for Cyber Insider Threat Re-education (XL-CITR)

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

11 04/13/2009 Direct i2i Technologies

Lexington, KY
Eye-Gaze Correction for more Effective Telepresence

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

12 12/05/2008 Tova Industries, LLC

Louisville, KY
Providing Network Communications Infrastructure for Food Safety Information

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

13 11/12/2008 Advanced Dynamics Corporation

Lexington, KY
Physics-Based Rapid Aeroelastic Model Updating In Support Of Aircraft Flight Testing

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

14 11/12/2008 ALKYMOS, Inc.

Lexington, KY
An In-line Flow-through Device to Remove Aluminum from Medical Solutions

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

15 10/09/2008 ECM Biosciences

Versailles, KY
Peptidomimetics for Manipulation of Growth Cone Motility and Axon Regeneration

SBIR
Biosciences
$3,969

16 07/11/2008 SureGene, LLC

Louisville, KY
Genetic Tests for Neuropsychiatric Diseases

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

17 07/11/2008 Advanced Dynamics

Lexington, KY
Gradient Transport Correction: A General Confinement for Better Simulation of Rotor Wake and Vortex Dominated Flows

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

18 06/10/2008 Tribo Flow Separations

Lexington, KY
Microbe and Cell Assay (MICA) Device for Measuring Bacteria Antibiotic Susceptibility

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

19 05/12/2008 Advanced Dynamics

Lexington, KY
Physics-Based Identification, Modeling and Management Infrastructure for Aeroelastic Limit-Cycle Oscillations (LCO)

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

20 11/16/2007 Regenerex, LLC

Louisville, KY
Stem Cell Graft Engineering to Treat Sickle Cell Disease

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

21 10/09/2007 Sequela

Pewee Valley, KY
Test for Salt Sensitivity for People with Essential Hypertension

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

22 10/09/2007 Pharmacogenetics Diagnostic Laboratory, LLC

Louisville, KY
Development of a Personalized Medicine Interface for the Safe and Effective Treatment of Patients Undergoing Warfarin Therapy

SBIR
Biosciences
$3,100

23 07/11/2007 Advanced Dynamics, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Integrated Variable-Fidelity Tool Set For Modeling and Simulation Of Aeroservothermoelasticity-Propulsion (ASTE-P) Effects For Aerospace Vehicles Ranging From Subsonic to Hypersonic Flight

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

24 06/01/2006 EndoProtech Inc.

Louisville, KY
New Anti-complement Therapy to Reduce Reperfusion Injury

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

25 06/01/2006 Paratechs Corp.

Lexington, KY
Enhancement of the Baculovirus Expression Vector System

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

26 07/19/2005 Neuronetrix

Louisville, KY
Neonatal Dyslexia Screening Device for Clinical Use

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000


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Phase Zero Awardees

Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero Award Recipients (Link)

Award Date Company Proposal  Description / Award Type/ Focus Area Award
1 07/12/2011 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Innovative Material Point Method (MPM) For Aerothermoelastic Modeling Of Hypersonic Vehicles

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

2 07/01/2011 Interventional Specialists,LLC

Lexington, KY
"A Cost Effective Way of Producing a Safe Clot-Busting Enzyme Packaged as a Topical Application and Marketed as a Non-Drug"

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

3 07/01/2011 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
State-of-the-art, Multi-fidelity, Multi-discipline, Multi-physics and Multi-scale Analysis and Design Optimization (4MAO) Tool for Aerospace Vehicles From Subsonic to Hypersonic Flight

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

4 07/01/2011 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Rapid Solution High-Fidelity Unsteady Aerodynamic Computational Models For Multi-Body Flexible Structures In Close Geometric Proximity And Large Relative Motion

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

5 06/09/2011 RDI Technologies, LLC

Louisville , KY
Non-contact, Low-cost, Passive Blood Pulse Profilometer for the Assessment of Cardiovascular Health and the Long Term Monitoring of Cardiovascular History

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

6 06/09/2011 RDI Technologies, LLC

Louisville , KY
Non-contact, Low-cost, Passive Respiration Monitor Capable for Use in Detecting Apnea and Respiratory Function

SBIR
Biosciences
$2,000

7 05/06/2011 Endoscopy Assist Devices, LLC

Louisville, KY
Finite Element Analysis to Optimize SIVIC for Human Use

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$3,950

8 05/06/2011 West Wind Power

Louisville, KY
Scalability of Air Channeled Wind Chamber for Wind Energy Production

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

9 04/13/2011 Inven LLC

Florence, KY
Implement Containing Oral Health Diagnostic Sensor and Profiling Software

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

10 04/13/2011 Green Technology Ltd Co

Louisville, KY
Development, Microstructure and Oxidation Mechanism of NiCr/RxOy and NiAl/ RxOy Nano-Composites

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

11 03/03/2011 Integrity Medical Technology

Louisville, KY
Development of a Low Cost Monitoring Device and Innovative Web Based Portal to Support Independent Living at Home and Nursing Homes for Elderly and Veterans with PTSD

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

12 03/03/2011 Education Solutions

Richmond, KY
Program Outcomes Assessment

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,935

13 02/11/2011 MosquitoMate, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Phase I NIH SBIR Development: Commercialization of Wolbachia Transfected Mosquitoes as a Novel Tool for Mosquito Control

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$3,560

14 01/13/2011 Vindico NanoBioTechnology Inc.

Lexington, KY
Modulation of In Vivo Tumor Oxygenation via Polymersome-Encapsulated Myoglobin

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

15 01/13/2011 AMT nano

Lexington, KY
Precision Tooling Platform for Microrobotics Research

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$3,150

16 11/10/2010 Rigid Solutions LLC

Louisville, KY
Porous Polymer Cartridges and Bead-Encapsulated Metal Catalysts for Streamlining Chemical Reactions

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$3,950

17 11/10/2010 Nanomark Therapeutics

Prospect, KY
Development of Targeted Drug for the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

18 10/28/2010 West Wind Power

Louisville, KY
Developing Micro-Wind Turbines for use in the Air Channeled Wind Chamber

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

19 10/28/2010 Buswell Energy LLC

Berea, KY
Innovative Design for Dry Type Industry Transformers to Save Energy in United States Manufacturing Operations

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

20 10/28/2010 Green Technology Ltd Co

Louisville, KY
A Contaminant-Tolerant Solvent For Carbon Capture in Existing Coal-Fired Power Plants

STTR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$2,500

21 10/08/2010 Sequela, Inc.

LaGrange, KY
Biomarker for Early Detection of Chronic Kidney Disease

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

22 10/08/2010 Inven LLC

Cold Spring, KY
Develop Device to Assess Pulpal Health Prior to Root Canal Treatment Utilizing Pulse Oximetry

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

23 10/08/2010 Brockman-Hastings LLC

Louisville, KY
Implantable Intraocular Pressure Sensor for Monitoring Glaucoma Progression and Treatment

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

24 09/03/2010 3P Biotechnologies, Inc.

Prospect, KY
Prophylactic Treatment of Cervical Cancer by Target Delivery

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

25 09/03/2010 Talon Technologies

Edgewood, KY
Innovations in Aircraft Carrier Tie Down Technology

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

26 08/06/2010 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Towards Better Modeling and Simulation of Nonlinear Aeroelasticity On and Beyond Transonic Regimes

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

27 08/06/2010 Advanced Dynamics-usa.com

Lexington, KY
Phase 1: Particle-based, Unified CFD/CSD Tool for Accurate, Robust Prediction of Quenching Flowfield and Bulk Residual Stress // Phase Zero: Innovative, Highly-efficient Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Tool for the Management of Bulk Residual Stress

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

28 08/06/2010 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Innovative, Numerically Optimal, Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Tool for High-Speed Jet Impingement

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

29 07/06/2010 PGxL Technologies LLC

Louisville, KY
A Non-Invasive Method for Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Adults

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

30 07/06/2010 Two Dimensional Instruments, LLC

Crestwood, KY
Device to Monitor Forces on an Infant's Neck During Delivery to Manage Cervical Dystocia and Prevent Brachial Plexus Injury

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

31 06/09/2010 ALT BioScience, LLC

Lexington, KY
Evaluation of Test Strip to Monitor Periodontal Disease

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

32 06/09/2010 ParaTechs Corporation

Lexington, KY
Use of a Viral Mucin-like Protein to Enhance Cell Line Properties

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

33 05/12/2010 IES (Independent Energy Source) Power Systems, LLC

Louisville, KY
Manufacturing Process, Machine and Equipment, Modeling and Simulation Study and Design Tandem to New Alternative Energy Design

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,170

34 05/06/2010 TiER1 Performance Solutions

Covington, KY
A-TAUS (Automated Tool for Assessing Usability in Systems)

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

35 05/06/2010 InfoBeyond Technology LLC

Louisville, KY
Dynamic Network Configuration and Optimization (DNCO) for Ad Hoc Networks by Using Online Simulation

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$1,800

36 03/01/2010 Carebetter Addiction Practices, LLC

Louisville, KY
Web Infrastructure of Survey and Intervention Tools (WISIT)

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

37 03/01/2010 Carebetter Addiction Practices, LLC

Louisville, KY
Family Substance Abuse Support Systems

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$2,000

38 03/01/2010 Carebetter Addiction Practices, LLC

Louisville, KY
Psychometric Analysis to Create Scales that can Predict Relapse Among Newly Recovering Persons

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

39 03/01/2010 Vivorte, LLC

Louisville, KY
Device to Treat Osteoporosis in the Femoral Neck

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

40 02/05/2010 CKF Enterprises dba ExecuTrain of Kentucky

Lexington, KY
Effective Education in Best Practices for Wheelchair Transportation Safety

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

41 02/05/2010 CreoSalus, Inc

Louisville, KY
Surgical Instrument Employing Synthetic Setae for the Removal of Objects in Tubular Tissue of an Animal or Human Body

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

42 10/28/2009 Green Technology Ltd Co

Louisville, KY
Laminated Glass Phosphorescence Concentrator Solar Cell System

STTR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$2,000

43 10/28/2009 Green Technology Ltd Co

Louisville, KY
Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide Using Wind Energy

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$2,000

44 10/28/2009 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Probes for Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) on Live Cells

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

45 10/05/2009 NeoCytex Biopharma, Inc.

Covington, KY
Regenerative Small Molecule Drug Candidate for Diabetic Foot Ulcer

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

46 10/05/2009 Behavioral Finance Assessments, LLC

Grand Rivers, KY
Establishing Correlations Between the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Money Behavior Assessment Reports and Establish Initial Validity of a Money Behavior Assessment Questionnaire in a Financially Distressed Population

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

47 10/05/2009 Laverne Douglas Technologies

Nicholasville, KY
A Novel Self-Contained Hand-Held RF Surgical Device

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

48 09/09/2009 Talon Technologies

Edgewood, KY
High Pressure Flexible Hoseline

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

49 09/09/2009 Talon Technologies

Edgewood, KY
Implosion-Proof SOF Mission Equipment Storage Container

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

50 08/19/2009 TiER1 Performance Solution

Covington, KY
Human Factors Evaluation Automated Tool (HFE-AT)

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$3,250

51 08/12/2009 Bexion Pharmaceuticals

Covington, KY
Formulation Development of a Novel Protein-Lipid Nanovesicle

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

52 07/09/2009 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Optically Actuated NanoGripper (OANG) Technology for Manipulation and Detection Electrical/Electrochemical/Mechanical Properties of Individual Cells

SBIR
Biosciences
$2,000

53 07/07/2009 Sequela, Inc

Pewee Valley, KY
A Chronic Kidney Disease Assay

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

54 07/07/2009 Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals Inc.

Lexington , KY
Novel Immunodeficient Rat Models for the Generation of Humanized Models of Liver Disease

SBIR
Biosciences
$2,000

55 07/07/2009 Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals Inc.

Lexington , KY
Efficient Identification and Expression Characterization of Transcribed Rat Genomic Sequences, In Vivo, using an Enhanced PiggyBac Transposon

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

56 07/07/2009 3P Biotechnologies, Inc.

Prospect, KY
Natural Terpenoid Mixture for the Prevention of Cancer Development

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

57 07/07/2009 Kelly Nursery LLC

Nicholasville, KY
Giant Reed Grass (Arundo donax) to Remediate Coal Slurry and Provide Biomass Biofuel

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$3,700

58 07/07/2009 Dose Control LLC

Winchester, KY
Patented Programmable, Portable, Tamper-resistant Prescription Pill Dispenser to Dispense Pills no Faster than Prescribed and Programmed Rate

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

59 06/05/2009 Key to Knowledge Training Institute

Frankfort, KY
Wikitinuing Environmental Education

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

60 05/04/2009 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Batch Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio Metallic AFM Probes for Advance Probing at Nanoscale and Cellular Level

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

61 04/13/2009 Green Technology Ltd Co

Louisville, KY
Greenhouse Gas-CO2 Reduction using Wind Energy

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

62 03/06/2009 TiER1 Performance Solutions

Covington, KY
Cognitive and Neurophysiological Adaptive Training System (CNATS)

STTR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

63 02/13/2009 M2 Technologies, Inc.

Harrodsburg, KY
Bio-templated EMI Absorption Nanocomposites (BEAN)

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,700

64 02/13/2009 M2 Technologies, Inc.

Harrodsburg, KY
Very Low Density Materials for Superinsulators Created by Aerosol Gelation

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

65 11/13/2008 Vindico NanoBioTechnology, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Nanoscale Emissive Polymersomes Conjugated with Monoclonal Antibodies: a Novel Method for Improved Blood Typing

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

66 11/12/2008 Medtech Industries

Lexington, KY
Pressure Ulcer Prevention Garment for Spinal Cord Injury

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

67 11/12/2008 Talon Technologies

Edgewood, KY
Creating Fertilizer Magnets from Biodegradable Fiber Structures Saturated with Activated Charcoal

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

68 11/12/2008 Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Safe and Effective Treatment of Hemophilia A by Site-Specific Transposase Delivery of Factor VIII

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

69 11/12/2008 Prometheus Industries, Inc

Crestwood, KY
Partial Replacement of Phenol with Functional Engineered Soy Composites in Phenolic Resin Manufacturing

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$1,700

70 11/12/2008 NaugaNeedles, LLC

Louisville, KY
Design and Fabrication of Ultra-soft Scanning Probe Microscope for Use in the Study of Biological Samples Under Liquids

STTR
Biosciences
$4,000

71 10/09/2008 Louisville Bioscience, Inc.

Louisville, KY
Plasma Thermograms for Disease Detection and Monitoring

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

72 10/09/2008 Diabetitec. LLC

Covington, KY
Application of Contact Temperature Sensors to Diagnose Early Stages of Foot Ulcers

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

73 10/09/2008 QUANSOR Corporation

Richmond, KY
Low-cost, Real-time Monitor to Provide Arsenic–free Drinking Water

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

74 09/12/2008 TiER1 Performance Solutions, LLC

Covington, KY
PT-CITR: Performance Training for Cyber Insider Threat Reduction

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

75 09/12/2008 TiER1 Performance Solutions, LLC

Covington, KY
WEB-CT2: Web-Enabled System for Cyber Threat Training

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

76 09/12/2008 3P Pharmaceuticals

Lexington, KY
Novel Peptides to Prevent Neurodegeneration Following Stroke

STTR
Human Health and Development
$2,000

77 09/12/2008 Advanced Dynamics Corporation

Lexington, KY
Extension of State of the Art Computational Model for Aeroelasticity with Large Relative Motion

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

78 08/13/2008 Talon Technologies

Edgewood, KY
Demonstrating the Benefits of Using Engineered Textile Containers to Grow Seedlings and Plants

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

79 08/13/2008 Gryphon Environmental, LLC

Hawesville, KY
Application of New Dewatering Technology in the Creation of Biofuels and Biobased Products from Industrial and Municipal Sludge

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

80 07/11/2008 InFlaMed, Inc.

Louisville, KY
Evaluation of the feasibility of novel delivery approaches of commercial grade VCP to the brain.

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

81 07/11/2008 Vivorte, LLC

Louisville, KY
Alternative Bone Replacement Material

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

82 06/10/2008 ATI, Inc

Lexington, KY
Underbody Blast Energy Absorber Kit Utilizing Al based Bi-Alloy Composite Structure

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

83 06/10/2008 Connected Learning Network, Inc.

Louisville, KY
Anti-Bullying Technology Infrastructure Software for K-12 Schools

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

84 03/10/2008 Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Tissue-Specific Mutagenesis in Rat as an In Vivo Tool for Colon Cancer Gene Discovery

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

85 02/25/2008 Carebetter Addiction Practices, LLC

Louisville, KY
Web Assisted Recovery (WAR) : Enhancements to engage and improve user involvement and dose.

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,520

86 02/25/2008 Pronia Medical Systems, LLC

Louisville, KY
Improved performance of clinical trials in intensive glycemic control by utilization of the GlucoCare IGC System; focus on critically ill burn patients at Jewish Hospital.

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

87 11/06/2007 Xtreme Carbons, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Carbon Foams for the Repair of Bone Defects

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

88 11/06/2007 OsteoRegeneron

Lexington, KY
Anabolic Effects of Mim-1 in Bone

STTR
Biosciences
$1,000

89 11/06/2007 NaugaNeedles, LLC

Louisville, KY
Multiconductor Nanoelectrodes for Semiconductor and Bioelectrochemical Nanoprobing

STTR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

90 11/06/2007 NaugaNeedles, LLC

Louisville, KY
Nanoneedle Array for High Resolution Electrical Impedance Nanotomographic Imaging of Biofilms

STTR
Biosciences
$2,000

91 10/09/2007 Data Futures, Inc.

Harlan, KY
Ensuring Ongoing Individual and Community Health and Well-Being When Criminal Offenders are Released into the Community.

SBIR
Human Health Development
$4,000

92 09/10/2007 ChemPharma Intl., LLC

Richmond, KY
Synthesis of Labeled Reference Standards for Horse Racing Forensic Toxicology Worldwide

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

93 09/10/2007 Adaptive Intelligent Systems, LLC

Lexington, KY
Modified GMAW System for Distortion Reduction and Travel Speed Increase through Separate Heat Input and Deposition Rate Control

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

94 07/11/2007 NaugaNeedles

Louisville, KY
Biofunctionalized Electrochemical/Mechanical Nanoprobes for In Vivo Bioimaging

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

95 05/08/2007 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Innovative Material Point Method (MPM) for Physics-based Characterization of Cloud and Storm Ice/Hail/Graupel Concentrations and Its Impact on High Speed Missile System Performance.

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

96 05/08/2007 Novothea, Inc.

Lexington, KY
An Interactive Infrastructure for Secure Monitoring of Subterranean Areas for Emergency Response

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

97 05/08/2007 Adaptive Intelligent Systems LLC

Lexington, KY
GMAW Based Pipe Welding Technology and System

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$3,500

98 03/13/2007 3Gen Scientific

Lexington, KY
Cryostat Disinfecting and Decontaminating Process Using Mobile, Pulsed Ultraviolet Light System

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

99 02/19/2007 Advanced Dynamics Inc.

Lexington, KY
Physics-Based Identification and Management Infrastructure for Aeroelastic Limit-Cycle Oscillations (LCO)

STTR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

100 02/01/2007 Intrepid Bioinformatics Solutions

Louisville, KY
The Development of a Data Brokerage System in Support of Life Sciences Research

STTR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

101 01/03/2007 REB & Associates

Lexington, KY
Nerve Agent Decontamination Through Covalent Bonding

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,700

102 12/07/2006 MEMSComm

Morehead, KY
An Adaptive Wireless Network Equipped with Reconfigurable Antennas for Improved Information Assurance

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

103 11/16/2006 ALT Bioscience

Lexington, KY
Glutamine Synthetase in the Detection of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$3,350

104 11/16/2006 Pharmacogenetics Diagnostic Lab, LLC

Louisville, KY
Refinement and Development of a Personalized Medicine Management Tool for the Safe and Effective Treatment of Patients Undergoing Warfarin Therapy

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$3,900

105 10/23/2006 MEMSComm

Morehead, KY
MEMS Integrated Multifunctional Reconfigurable Antennas for Software Defined Radio

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,500

106 10/16/2006 Intelligent Information Processing, Inc.

Louisville, KY
Intelligent, Distributed Agent-Based System in Support of Information Prioritization

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,500

107 10/16/2006 Concurrent Solutions, LLC

Murray, KY
A Comprehensive Solution for Correlation, Tracking and Sensor Netting

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,000

108 08/22/2006 Concurrent Solutions, LLC

Murray, KY
Seedline Plant-Specific Weed Control using Machine Vision

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

109 07/06/2006 Intranasal Therapeutics, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Nasal Delivery of Ondansetron for the Treatment of Alcoholism

STTR
Human Health and Development
$2,000

110 07/06/2006 Laverne Douglas Technologies, LLC

Nicholasville, KY
A Novel Multifunctional Medical Cutting Device

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

111 06/07/2006 IP Pharmaceuticals

Lexington, KY
New Technologies for Liver Disease

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$2,295

112 05/11/2006 Allylix Inc

Lexington, KY
Microbial Synthesis of Drimane Sesquiterpenoids

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

113 04/14/2006 Apex Science, Inc. (formerly House of Quilts)

Shepherdsville, KY
Pattern and Data Recognition Search Engine

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

114 03/17/2006 Alkymos

Lexington, KY
Development of a Device Containing Immobilized Chelator to Remove Aluminum from Total Parenteral Nutrition Solutions

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

115 11/18/2005 Oraceuticals, Inc.

Lexington, KY
KY Natural Products: Inhibitors of Proteases of Oral Pathogens

STTR
Human Health and Development
$2,500

116 10/11/2005 Omnitek Inc.

Lexington, KY
Smart Adaptive Power Source

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$2,000

117 09/29/2005 Sequela

Crestwood, KY
Identifying Biomarkers to Diagnose Congestive Heart Failure

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

118 09/28/2005 TiER1 Performance Solutions

Covington, KY
Feasibility Study of Integrated Training and Performance Applications with Low-cost Immersive Display Technology to Support Adaptive Training of Ground Component Operation and Changing Missions of the JTF-HQ

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

119 09/01/2005 SureGene, LLC

Louisville, KY
Sult4A1 Gene Polymorphisms as Biomarkers of Schizophrenia

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$3,500

120 08/19/2005 Intranasal Technology, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Naltrexone Nasal Spray Decreases Ethanol Consumption in Alcoholics

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

121 08/05/2005 Concurrent Solutions, LLC

Murray, KY
Autonomous Plant Specific Herbicide Application

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$3,760

122 08/01/2005 Koostra

Lexington, KY
Ruggedized Platform for Real-time Animal Tracking and Bioinstrumentation

SBIR
Biosciences
$1,990

123 07/29/2005 AllTranz

Lexington, KY
Transdermal Delivery of Cannabidiol

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

124 07/19/2005 Oraceuticals, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Natural Products as Anti-inflammatory to Treat Oral Infections

STTR
Human Health and Development
$3,000

125 07/05/2005 Omnitek, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Wearable Multi-Functional Therapeutic Device

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$2,000

126 06/10/2005 Omnitek Inc.

Lexington, KY
Specialized Seat/Backrest for Wheelchairs

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$2,500

127 06/10/2005 Two Dimensional Instruments, LLC

Crestwood, KY
Hands-Free or Limited-Manipulation Language Translation Tools for Non-Linguist Soldiers

SBIR
Biosciences
$3,850

128 06/09/2005 Barnacle Water Saver, LLC

Prospect, KY
An Innovative Technology for Reducing Water Consumption in Buildings

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

129 03/17/2005 Regenasight, LLC

Louisville, KY
Develop a purified recombinant Dispase (RecDispase).

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

130 10/27/2004 Synopsis Strategies, LLC

Pewee Valley, KY
Population Research: Demographic and Behavioral Sciences

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,000

131 10/26/2004 ParaTechs Corporation

Winchester, KY
Development and Improvement of Methods for the Expression, Solubilization, and Purification of Miligram Quantities of Regulatory, Cellular, and Membrane Associated Proteins

STTR
Human Health and Development
$3,000

132 08/04/2004 Regenerex, LLC

Louisville, KY
Pancreatic Islet Tissue Committed Stem Cells for Islet Regeneration

STTR
Human Health and Development
$3,875

133 08/04/2004 Athenic Systems

Lexington, KY
Application of RFID Technology for Retail Nursery Sales and Management

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$3,000

134 08/04/2004 Athenic Systems

Lexington, KY
Application of RFID Technology for Rich Media Visitor Services for NASA Educational Facilities

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$2,000

135 07/28/2004 Omnitek, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Mobile Programmable Bariatric Patient Lifting Device

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

136 07/28/2004 Omnitek, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Ultralight, Collapsible POV Device

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$2,000

137 07/27/2004 Gersony Medical Media, Inc. DBA Medmovie.com

Lexington, KY
A Web-Based Education Solution for Health Care Providers Designed to Improve Patient and Public Health Literacy About Common Forms of Cancer and Their Treatments

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$3,874

138 07/20/2004 ECM Biosciences

Versailles, KY
Development of Biological Products to Assist with Cell Growth, Specifically in the Area of Neuronal Damage or Disease

SBIR
Biosciences
$2,680

139 06/22/2004 Adaptive Bioinformatics

Lexington, KY
Development of Adaptive Peptide Matching Software Application for Proteomics Facilities

STTR
Biosciences
$2,000

140 06/22/2004 Adaptive Bioinformatics

Lexington, KY
Rapid Protein Identification Through Automated Mass Spectrometry Analysis

STTR
Biosciences
$1,000

141 06/04/2004 Barnacle Water Saver, LLC

Louisville, KY
Technology Solutions for Pacific Southwest Environmental Problems

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$600

142 05/10/2004 Statistical Consulting of Louisville, Inc.

Louisville, KY
Technique to Apply Text Mining Software to Investigations of Health Data, Literature and Gene Pathways

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$2,200

143 02/25/2004 Omnitek, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Sit-to-Stand Assistive Device

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

144 01/13/2004 Secat, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Sensor for Simultaneous, Non-Contact High-Temperature and Resistivity Measurement for Materials Process Control

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$1,077

145 12/09/2003 Omnitek Inc.

Lexington, KY
Ultralight, Collapsible Scooter

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

146 10/16/2003 Bluegrass Microfabrication Corp.

Louisville , KY
Microfabricated Glucose Biofuel Cell Utilizing the Na+/K+ ATPase and Anaerobic Glycolysis

SBIR
Biosciences
$4,000

147 10/07/2003 NetQuest Services, LLC

Louisville, KY
Sensor Based Telemetry System for Early Disease Detection and Tracking of Beef Cattle

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

148 10/03/2003 Omnitek Inc.

Lexington, KY
Advanced Lower Limb Lengthening Device - AL3D

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

149 10/03/2003 Advertek

Louisville, KY
Feasibility Assessment of GLP Compliant Data Acquisition and Analysis Software System

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

150 07/09/2003 ORCCA Technology, Inc.

Lexington, KY
Driver Rehabilitation Instruction in a Virtual Environment - DRIVE

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,160

151 07/02/2003 Tribo Flow Separations, LLC

Lexington, KY
Instrumentation for Monitoring and Controlling Foam Material Synthesis

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

152 06/30/2003 Tire Ball Development Company (TBDC, LLC.)

Louisville, KY
Multiple-Cell Inflation Method Provides Flat Proof Qualities and Ride Comfort to Farm Tires Such As Those Used on All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV's)

SBIR
Materials Science and Advanced Manufacturing
$4,000

153 06/30/2003 C2 Enterprises, LLC

Lexington, KY
Good Genes Gone Bad-Cell Growth Normal and Abnormal

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$3,850

154 06/27/2003 Buswell Energy

Berea, KY
Engineering to Determine and Demonstrate the Feasibility of a New Type of Transformer for Electric Power Distribution

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

155 06/27/2003 Buswell Energy

Berea, KY
Magnetic Component Material Enhancement Utilizing Nanotechnology for New Lower-Frequency Coils and Transformers

SBIR
Environmental and Energy Technologies
$4,000

156 05/15/2003 dbaDIRECT

Florence, KY
Knowledge-Based Event Managment System for Database Management

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

157 03/26/2003 Statistical Consulting of Louisville

Louisville, KY
Text Mining Software for Medical Applications

SBIR
Information Technology and Communications
$4,000

158 03/26/2003 Regenerex, LLC

Prospect, KY
Facilitating Cells (FcRx) to Induce Tolerance in Cardiac Tissue Transplanted with Bone Marrow Product

STTR
Biosciences
$2,500

159 03/26/2003 Regenerex, LLC

Prospect, KY
Facilitating Cells (FcRx) to Induce Tolerance in Renal Tissue Transplanted with Bone Marrow Product

STTR
Biosciences
$3,500

160 03/26/2003 Neuronetrix, Inc.

Louisville, KY
A Neuronet Detection System for Diagnosing Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities in Infants

STTR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

161 11/15/2002 Spire Group LLC, dba microPersonal Interfaces

Louisville, KY
Articulation and Repetitive Motion in Information Appliance Interfacing

SBIR
Human Health and Development
$4,000

Read more: Phase Zero Awardees

Available Kentucky SBIR/STTR Assistance

SBIR/STTR assistance from the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Resource Center can be obtained anywhere in the application process. However, we encourage you to involve the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Resource Center team This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (859.246.3240) from the very early stages to advance your proposal's potential success. The Kentucky SBIR/STTR Resource Center is interested in increasing the number of high quality proposals that are likely to result in successful attraction of federal funding to the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

TOPIC MATCHING

It can be very difficult to search through the thousands of SBIR/STTR topics and interest areas published by the participating agencies. The SBIR/STTR programs are solicited programs with each agency having its own specific needs and requirements. Contract Agencies typically solicit very specific topics that require closely-targeted proposals whereas Grant Agencies describe broader areas of interest, and those topics are flexible, as long as they match up with an area of interest with their organization (see Differences chart located on the Overview page).

Identifying the topics and agencies that might be of interest to you are tasks that should be accomplished over a period of time. Searching the closed solicitations (e.g. www.zyn.com) will provide a glance at the agencies that are investing within your technology area.

We recommend that you experiment with the SBIR/STTR search engine www.sbir.gov to better prepare yourself for an upcoming open solicitation. Once you find an agency that has a technology area or topic match, note the solicitation timeline and begin preparing for your submission.

COMPETITION TIPS - UNDERSTANDING OBJECTIVES VERSUS TASKS

Draft proposals that we review frequently confuse the concept of "objectives" or "aims" with work plan "tasks". This usually results in a proposal that lacks a high level of coherence, and does not present a logical and convincing story. Clarity about the concepts of "objectives" and "tasks" is key to preparing a high quality proposal.

Objectives are the end points envisioned for the proposed project. Objectives might be the development of a specified measurement capability that meets a prescribed accuracy, data rate, instrument packaging characteristics (size, weight, etc.), and other possible requirements. Objectives are desired end points for the proposed project. Analogies for objectives would be the goal line in a football game, and the mountain peak a climber plans to ascend.

Objectives are either achieved or not. Objectives are not performed or carried out, and do not yield results or data; those descriptions apply to the domain of "tasks" in a work plan.

Tasks in a work or research plan are the steps taken to achieve the stated objectives for the project. They are, for example, a sequence of experiments, analyses, field trials, etc., that together lead to attainment of the project "objectives." In the football game analogy, the tasks are a sequence of plays that culminate in getting the ball over the goal ("objective") line. To the mountain climber, the tasks are a series of actions (hiking up trails, crossing streams, climbing rocks, etc.) that bring the climber to the targeted mountain peak.

Understand clearly the distinction between objectives and tasks, and prepare the proposal accordingly. Doing so will help prepare a more convincing and compelling proposal story.

PLAN REVIEW

A helpful resource: The Kentucky Small Business Development Centers (KSBDC) conduct personalized counseling, either one-on-one or by telephone, to high-tech small business clients interested in pursuing SBIR/STTR funding. KSBDC counselors can direct the businesses to Kentucky SBIR for the funding pursuit, the technology match with the topic, and the qualifications of the team. The review will also assist in determining the level of support needed to proceed.

Read more: Available Kentucky SBIR/STTR Assistance

Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program

The Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program is funded by the Cabinet for Economic Development, Office of Entrepreneurship.

The program provides matching funds up to $150,000 for Phase I and up to $500,000 for Phase II (not to exceed two years). These Matching Funds are to be used for new and additional work tasks that are complementary to your existing Federal SBIR/STTR award. Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program Grants are awarded by a competitive selection process.

Companies from Kentucky and those willing to move to Kentucky can apply for and receive Kentucky matching Funds Grants. However, the distribution of funds for out-of-state applicants is contingent upon meeting all of the requirements within the guidelines. This includes relocating your business to the state of Kentucky within 90 days of the date on the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Grant Agreement. Other stipulations found in the guidelines include that a recipient of the Kentucky Matching Funds Grant is required to maintain their Kentucky-based status for a minimum of five years after receipt of the final disbursement of funds, at least 51% of the company's property must be in Kentucky, at least 51% of the company's payroll must be in Kentucky, and at least 51% of the Matching Funds Grant amount must be spent in Kentucky.

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  • Click here to search the database for grants, abstracts, and POC information.
  • Click here for the eligibility test, application, and reporting system.
  • Click here to view the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Award Recipients.
  • Click here for the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero Program - funding for the development of Kentucky-based SBIR/STTR Federal Phase I and Phase II proposals.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Round 28 of the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program Opens July 1, 2015

  • The Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program will accept applications for Round 28 between July 1, 2015 and July 31, 2015.
  • The deadline to submit an application is 4:00 PM Eastern Time on July 31, 2015.
  • The awards process will be competitive and include an external review.
  • All new applicants must register and take the eligibility test to receive a user name and password; click here for the link to the application site.
  • The Program Guidelines for Round 28 have been REVISED and are posted on the application site.

Additional solicitations are planned. The amount of funds available for awards each round will be determined by the Cabinet for Economic Development. Under a contract to the Cabinet for Economic Development, the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation will administer the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program.

Need Help with the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program?

Questions about SBIR and STTR? Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">'+addy_text42606+'<\/a>'; //--> . For assistance with the Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program contact:

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Senior Program Manager, Kentucky SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program, KSTC
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Preparing a Submission

PROPOSAL ASSISTANCE

Proposal/grant writing support is offered through workshops, conferences, and Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero awards. Financial support is offered to clients that demonstrate a strong potential for SBIR/STTR success through the Kentucky Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero Program

TECHNICAL AND PROPOSAL REVIEWS

Technical and Proposal reviews are available for successful applicants of the Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero grants. This is a great opportunity to have a third party evaluation by experienced federal reviewers. Third party evaluators are thorough and will critique the articulation of the proposal, topic fit, formatting, and other technical items. The proposal evaluators also provide written comments and suggestions on how to improve and strengthen the proposal. The typical turnaround time of a proposal review is approximately two to four weeks. Technical reviews may be sought and financed through the Phase Zero and Phase Double Zero Program.

PREPARING TO APPLY

It is important to remember that applicants are expected to know and clearly communicate the STATE-OF-THE-ART in the field they are pursuing. Proposal reviewers are volunteers who are generally academics with expertise in that particular field of study. Applicants are encouraged to do thorough background research and do their homework before and during the proposal period, including acquiring knowledge of the current literature as well as prior successful proposals related to the current application.

After a solicitation is identified applicants must:

  • Read very thoroughly what is being requested; proposals must be clearly responsive to the solicitation topic or they will not be reviewed;
  • Not assume their technology will be accepted by the agency;
  • Understand the market for the technology they are proposing; and
  • Be certain the project will align with their business’ overall mission.

SOLICITATIONS

The most direct way to find a solicitation that matches your technology is to perform a keyword search at www.sbir.gov. This tool will search SBIR/STTR solicitations from all participating federal agencies. You may also prefer to visit the SBIR/STTR web page for a specific federal agency and browse their solicitations. You can find a list of agency-specific SBIR/STTR websites at www.sbir.gov. Additionally, some agencies accept investigator initiated applications. Talk to your Federal Program Manager to learn more. Another useful resource is SBIR Gateway http://w.zyn.com/SBIR.

Published solicitations are the official list of priority topics for each agency. Prior to releasing the official topics, it is possible for interested applicants to speak with agency officials. This opportunity allows for discussion of the technical topics and specific proposal ideas. Interaction with agency officials can provide important insight for submitting a successful idea. Getting to know federal SBIR program officers is also an effective way to suggest future solicitation topics. After topics are released, agencies have limited ability to discuss topics or answer questions.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Begin the application process early. It often takes 90 days or more to prepare your first application. The submission portal is http://www.grants.gov/. (1) You will need a "DUNS Number" from the U.S. Federal Government that is your organization's unique registered identification number (click here). Obtaining a DUNS Number is free. (2) You also will need a "Central Contractor Registration". (3) Double-check for any additional agency-specific registration requirements:

source: "Pursuit - Developing the Business of Technology," May 15, 2015, newsletter of BBC Entrepreneurial Training and Consulting LLC, Ann Arbor, MI

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SBIR/STTR PROPOSALS

A good proposal will have solid technical and commercial background, and strong craftsmanship. A proposal will typically require 150 to 200 professional hours to complete. To be competitive, here are other important points when formulating a proposal:

  • A strong Principal Investigator is critical, i.e. someone with credentials and a proven track record.
  • Ideas should be scientifically innovative projects that overcome technical barriers.
  • A product or process should have a technical or economic impact that is compelling and well-described.
  • It is very important to clearly communicate the strategy, including details with corresponding measurable milestones.
  • Indicate outside funding sources to leverage resources and validate commercial potential.
  • Detail your strong internal and external teams.
  • Include strategic partners to bolster any weakness, add credibility, and validate technical/commercial potential.
  • A written business plan is required as part of Phase II.

Read more: Preparing a Submission

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