The Tech Council is looking for a few more firms that may want to have it represent them during a one week swing through China including Beijing, Shanghai and cities in the coastal industrial and technology rich state of Shandong. If you might be interested, please contact CTC Membership Director, Mike Scricca immediately! email@example.com, 860-289-0878, x334 Exactly 25 years ago, the Tech Council’s Matthew Nemerson – then the newly selected President of the Greater New Haven
After 14 short-term continuing resolutions and years of negotiations, the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Tranfer (STTR) programs have been reauthorized through 2017. The legislation changes a number of features of SBIR/STTR, including making it possible for companies that are majority-owned by venture capital firms to receive awards. President Obama is expected to sign the bill in the near future. Last week, the House of Repres
On Thursday October 13th, we heard from Deb Santy, Executive Director of the CT SBIR Office. Deb provided a presentation and overview of the iHUB, a platform for collaborative innovation and project management. I prefer to describe it simply as “Facebook for business.” Here’s the link: http://www.ctihub.com/ Deb shared details about the current group of industry and academic partners as well as expectations and anticipated outcomes. Tomorrow, Joan Silverio from Your Inter
Senator Blumenthal applauds honorees, which captured $38 million in federal R&D grants in 2010 The Connecticut SBIR Office, an initiative of Connecticut Innovations (CI), today honored the 64 Connecticut companies that won 2010 federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) awards with a celebration at the Inn at Middletown. The federal SBIR and STTR programs provide more than $2 billion in competitive federal research and deve
Clinical Multi-Gene Informatic Product Predicts and Compares Both Efficacy and Safety of Leading Statins for Each Patient HARTFORD, CT – Genomas®, a biomedical company enabling DNA-guided medicine for personalized healthcare, announced the award of a 2-year Phase II Renewal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant totaling $1.3 million. The grant, entitled “System for DNA-Guided Optimization and Personalization of Statin Therapy”, was awarded by the National Institute
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Conference officials are expecting 1000 attendees, including large companies, federal agencies and national laboratories. Are you going? CTC will be exhibiting at booth #207 – Looking forward to networking with our CT Tech Community! Register online at: www.sbirnational.com
Hartford, Connecticut, April 21-23.
(Pre-conference workshops: April 20. $395 for 3 Days (Includes Meals) until the beginning of April
$495 beginning April 2, 2010 — and at the door.
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The national recession that began at the end of 2007 is “very likely over,” according to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Recovery, however, may be a long way off. Because states were affected differently by the economic downturn in both timing and impact, recovery for state and local economies is likely to occur at different times. Moody’s Economy.com predicts, according to an MSNBC article, that job growth will return first in five states: Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Tex