New Hampshire Companies Can Request State-funded Grants for Research

New Hampshire Companies Can Request State-funded Grants for Research

Jan 19, 2012

The New Hampshire Innovation Research Center (NHIRC) is now soliciting Letters of Intent from New Hampshire companies for conducting research at New Hampshire-based colleges and universities (including Dartmouth and the University of New Hampshire). The grants support projects under development in the private sector. Projects can vary from proof-of-concept to a substantial product or process design.

The current RFP solicits proposals for both the FY12 and FY13 budget years in the cumulative amount of $400,000. Companies are required to provide matching dollars or services and will be required to receive additional NHIRC-sponsored training in SBIR/STTR grant writing in an effort to improve leverage of NHIRC funds.

Selection for a grant is a competitive process, with oversight by representatives from industry, government and academic institutions.

A nonbinding Letter of Intent on company letterhead is due January 27, 2012Final proposals are due March 23, 2012.


To learn more about the NHIRC and how to apply for funding, visit http://www.nhirc.unh.edu or contact:

Gretchen Smith
New Hampshire Innovation Research Center
(603) 862-0123
gretchen.smith@unh.edu

The New Hampshire Innovative Research Center (NHIRC) was created by the New Hampshire Legislature in 1991 to increase competitiveness, profitability and quality jobs in New Hampshire companies. It is administered by the NHIRC Office located at the University of New Hampshire in Durham

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