Posts Tagged ‘SBIR’

SBIR vs. STTR: What’s the Difference?

Laura McLaughlin - Tuesday, 15 December 2015 03:34

Klein Buendel, Inc. (KB) has been participating in the SBIR/STTR Programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) since 2002.


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Study Looks at Cancer Communication and Theater

Mary Buller - Monday, 10 March 2014 10:20

In a recent Phase I SBIR project funded by the National Cancer Institute (CA144235, W. Beach) investigators at Klein Buendel collaborated with colleagues at San Diego State University to assess the feasibility of producing and evaluating a theatrical performance about one family’s actual experience with cancer.


SBIR Commercialization Tips

Lisa Forster - Thursday, 6 June 2013 12:06

You’re a small business owner and have a fantastic idea about an innovative approach to tackle a major health issue. You need development funds, however, and are considering applying for a federal Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) grant. Before you do, have you thought about how you will build partnerships with companies that might be interested in your product or program? Have you thought about your sales and marketing strategy and how to explain it in your grant application? These were topics discussed recently at the National Small Business Innovation Research Conference held outside Washington, DC.


SBIR Program Facilitates Innovative Development

Myra Keeble - Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:02

Next month, Klein Buendel will be demonstrating a new product at the national National Innovation Summit and Showcase in Washington, DC. As we prepare for this show, I can’t help reflecting on the nourishing relationship that the SBIR program has had with Klein Buendel. As Business Development Director, I’m proud to say that through this program, Klein Buendel has successfully integrated the research needs of federal agencies such as the Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with innovative technology to help facilitate the growth of a thriving small business that benefits public health and creates jobs in Colorado.