Thursday, March 20, 2008

US Grants Gov 3/20/08


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Title: Small Business Innovation Research: Phase I Program Solicitation


Open Date: 03/20/2008 - Close Date: 05/21/2008

Summary: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites small business
firms to submit research proposals under this Small Business Innovation
Research (SBIR) Solicitation. The SBIR program is a phased process, uniform
throughout the Federal Government, of soliciting proposals and awarding firm
fixed price contracts for research or research and development (R&D) to meet
stated agency needs or missions. EPA is interested in advanced technologies
that address the following EPA topics: Innovation in Manufacturing;
Nanotechnology; Green Buildings; Drinking Water and Water Monitoring; Water
Infrastructure Rehabilitation; Monitoring and Control of Air Pollution;
Biofuels and Vehicle Emissions Reduction; Waste Management and Monitoring and
Homeland Security. The proposed research must directly pertain to EPA's
environmental mission and must be responsive to EPA program interests included
in the topic descriptions in this solicitation.

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General Solicitation: Exploratory Research

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