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Small Business Innovation Research

Resources for small businesses seeking to work with DARPA

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05/20/2015
If you’re interested in DARPA-related opportunities through the Department of Defense (DoD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, DARPA’s Small Business Program Office (SBPO) is ready to help. To maximize your chances of success, please take the time to:
03/13/2020
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Small Business Programs Office (SBPO) is issuing an SBIR/STTR Opportunity (SBO) inviting submissions of innovative research concepts in the technical domain(s) of Information Systems. In particular, DARPA is interested in understanding the feasibility of Programming Language Support for Assured Data Intent.
03/13/2020
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Small Business Programs Office (SBPO) is issuing an SBIR/STTR Opportunity (SBO) inviting submissions of innovative research concepts in the technical domain(s) of Biomedical. In particular, DARPA is interested in understanding the feasibility of rapid, flexible manufacturing of DNA molecules for synthetic biology and therapeutic applications.
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03/13/2020
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Small Business Programs Office (SBPO) is issuing an SBIR/STTR Opportunity (SBO) inviting submissions of innovative research concepts in the technical domain(s) of Materials/Processes. In particular, DARPA is interested in understanding the feasibility of a standardized PiezoMEMS process that can support a broadly useful process design kit (PDK).
04/09/2020
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Small Business Programs Office (SBPO) is issuing an SBIR/STTR Opportunity (SBO) inviting submissions of innovative research concepts in the technical domain(s) of Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors. In particular, DARPA is interested in understanding the feasibility of Seabed Simulation Synthesis (“S3”).
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