NIST small-business program

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking proposals from small businesses to participate in the NIST Small Business Innovation Research program. Phase 1 is for feasibility research in several areas, including high-accuracy, high-stability, high-pressure transducers; software development on high-speed impact of multilayered materials; safety and privacy in managing credentials; device-independent interaction framework for immersive scientific visualization; applying software test generation methods to large programs; and computational tools to support intelligent and distributed computer-aided design.

The NIST solicitation closes Jan. 15. For more details, see solicitation no. Reference-Number-NIST-04-SBIR at FedBizOpps.gov.

 

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