There’s nothing more entrepreneurial than a can-do attitude. By “can-do,” we don’t mean bull-headed stubborn behavior that doesn’t listen to reason, but the kind of can-do that produces fresh, innovative and responsible ways to get things done more efficiently and cost-effectively. Recently we were talking with Wes Stucky, president and CEO of Ardmore Development Authority about [...] Post originally appeared at i2E – Innovation to Enterprise » Blog by Rick Rainey.
Posts Tagged ‘SBIR’
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced a new SBIR funding program to encourage IT technology that benefits consumers, patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers. With up to $1.5 million available in Phase I and Phase II grants, the award invites applications from small businesses with evidence-based technologies that have the potential to prevent or reduce cancer [...] Post originally appeared at i2E – Innovation to Enterprise » Blog by Rick Rainey.
At the end of 2011, the President signed a bill to reauthorize for six years, the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) programs. Early this month, the SBA published new SBIR and STTR policy directives (read rules). The Small Business Administration (SBA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) [...] Post originally appeared at i2E – Innovation to Enterprise » Blog by Rick Rainey.
Editor’s Note: With the broadest entrepreneur-related mission in the state, i2E writes about what’s happening in Oklahoma’s entrepreneurial ecosystem with a shared emphasis on our successes and our challenges. Imagine that you are a researcher in a university setting or an entrepreneur with an outstanding innovative idea you believe will solve a big problem for [...] Post originally appeared at i2E – Innovation to Enterprise » Blog by Jim Stafford.
NASA has announced a new Internet-based Technology Transfer Portal as a one-stop way for businesses, entrepreneurs, industry, and the general public to encourage the commercialization of NASA-developed IP and technologies. It’s an open invitation to sort through data from all 10 NASA field centers and headquarters, to find information, patents and technologies to complete a [...] Post originally appeared at i2E – Innovation to Enterprise » Blog by Tom Walker.