The Department of Energy has issued its FY 2013 Phase I (Release 2) Funding Opportunity Announcement (DE-FOA-0000801) for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs. Qualified small businesses with strong research capabilities in science or engineering in any of the research areas sought in the announcement are encouraged to apply.
DOE program offices participating in this Funding Opportunity Announcement:
· Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability
In addition to some Space Science programs, the Directorate currently is seeking reviewers specifically for the review of proposals to the Remote Sensing Water Quality (RSWQ) and Airborne Instrument Technology Transition (AITT) ROSES programs.
Dedicated to understanding the Earth as an integrative system through study of Earth's ecosystems, atmosphere, water, and ice in all corners of the globe using field measurements, remote sensing and mathematical models to inform research that emphasizes basic science and the increasing role of humans as agents of environmental change
Acts as a unique technical resource for stormwater practitioners by studying a range of issues for specific stormwater management strategies including design, water quality and quantity, cost, maintenance, and operations
Acting as a non-profit, independent test lab, works with vendors of computer communication devices to resolve complex networking issues and to foster multi-vendor interoperability and/or conformance to standards while educating students for future employment
Fosters research and graduate education in all the space sciences, with studies ranging from the ionosphere, to the Earth’s magnetosphere, to the local solar system, out to the farthest reaches of the universe
With support from NASA, stimulates and enhances science and mathematics education at all levels, providing motivation, improving quality, and increasing access for students, teachers, and the general public
NSF-funded partnership between UNH, Northeastern University, and the University of Massachusetts, Lowell that ocuses on developing tools and processes that will enable high-rate/high-volume, bottom-up, precise, parallel assembly of nanoelements