Business fundamentals for scientists: The DOE SBIR and STTR programs

Thursday, June 17, 2021
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Online presentation--registration required
Alla McCoy

The SBIR and STTR are U. S. Government grant programs, intended to help small businesses conduct R&D.  Projects must have the potential for commercialization and meet specific DOE mission-specific R&D needs.

The SBIR/STTR Programs Office works collaboratively with 13 program offices throughout the DOE. Each DOE program office considers its high priority research needs and program mission, as well as the Department’s goals for the program in developing research topics.  The specific research topics selected for the SBIR and STTR programs are developed by DOE technical program managers. DOE offers more than sixty technical topics and 250 subtopics, spanning research areas that support the DOE mission in Energy Production, Energy Use, Fundamental Energy Sciences, Environmental Management, and Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation.

Please join Dr. Eileen Chang from US DOE Office of SBIR/STTR programs to learn more about this grant program.


Dr. Yanfeng Wang, Maryland International Incubator, University of Maryland

Dr. Eileen Chang, US DOE Office of SBIR/STTR Programs

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