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SBIR/STTR Funding

Need help writing your SBIR grant? Learn how in Larta Institute's Webinar:

SBIR Grant Writing 101!

Oct 26, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

Let’s talk about the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, known as America's Seed Fund, with Earle Hager, Larta Principal Advisor and Managing Partner, The Neutrino Donut, LCC.

In this virtual workshop, they will be discussing:

• Grant programs

• Planning for your submission

• Types of planning needed go for a Phase I and Phase II grant

In addition to the general grant writing overview, they will focus on National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Department of Energy (DoE) programs in this presentation, Department of Defense (DoD) programs, known as Broad Agency Announcements, will also be covered.

By applying for and winning an SBIR/STTR award, your venture will receive funding to conduct R&D, retain the rights to the intellectual property, and have the opportunity to obtain additional funding to continue the development of the technology. These government grants will provide you both with funding and project validation. 

Learn more & register here


SBIR/STTR Program Essentials @ The SBDC @ UCI Beall Applied Innovation 
Virtual Workshop

October 27, 2021, 6:00-9:00 pm

Let’s talk about the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, known as America's Seed Fund. In this virtual workshop, we will be discussing grant programs, how to plan for your submission, and the types of planning which go into a Phase I and Phase II grant. In addition to providing a general overview, we will focus on National Institutes of Health (NIH) programs in this presentation, covering specific topics of interest to the NIH and how to access this information. Department of Defense (DoD) programs, known as Broad Agency Announcements, will also be covered.

The SBIR/STTR grant process allows you to plan your long-term financial goals more effectively while also receiving industry expert review. By applying for and winning an SBIR/STTR award, your venture will receive funding to conduct R&D, retain the rights to the intellectual property, and have the opportunity to obtain additional funding to continue the development of the technology.

Government grants not only provide funding but also provide validation.

Learn more & register here

 

Got Funding? Tips for Efficiently Managing Your SBIR/STTR Award

November 9, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT

Attend this free webinar to learn the next steps
after receiving an SBIR or STTR award


Getting an NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) award is exciting, but do you know what happens next? This free webinar on Tuesday, November 9, will help recipients of federal funds understand their role and why communication is key to efficiently and effectively managing their award.

HHS is committed to preventing and deterring fraud, waste, and abuse during the award process. This webinar will also cover the correct way to manage change and what resources are available to help when the unexpected happens.

Learn more & register here

 


 

 

Research Grants

Apply for Programs and Funding Opportunities

Want to find information about some of the internal opportunities that are managed across campus, including limited-submission competitions for extramural funding, seed funding programs, and travel grants? Head over to Info Ready to find applications for special programs such as awards, leadership programs, and accelerators.

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Funding Resources for Researchers

Resources and services across campus support investigators seeking funding for research activities.

Based in the Office of Research Affairs, the Research Development team (RD, previously known as RPDS) supports investigators throughout campus in developing large, interdisciplinary, and/or strategic proposals. RD also assists investigators with identifying and prioritizing funding opportunities, and by facilitating strategic partnerships with organizations on and off campus that can make proposals more competitive. RD provides curated resources to support a variety of common funding pursuits, such as recurring early-career programs.