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    1 : Industrial Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) SBIR Funding Forum Carl Ray NASA’s SBIR & STTR Program Executive Overview of the SBIR & STTR Programs
    2 : Content SBIR General Overview NASA Implementation (Innovative Partnerships Program) Innovation Pathways Example NASA Biotech Focus Sample Success Highlight Outreach and Information Sources
    3 : General SBIR Overview Congressional Objectives Stimulate technological innovation Use small business to meet federal R&D needs Foster and encourage participation by minorities and disadvantaged persons in technological innovation Increase private-sector commercialization innovations derived from federal R&D
    4 : General SBIR Overview 3-Phase, Annual Solicitation Based Program PHASE I Feasibility study $100K and 6 months (SBIR) or 12 months (STTR) PHASE II Full R/R&D 2-Year Award and $600K (SBIR) or (STTR) PHASE III Use of non-SBIR Funds Infusion Into Government Programs Ability to award sole-source contracts without JOFOC based on specific SBIR authority – NASA and NASA primes. Commercialization into Marketplace
    5 : Innovative Partnerships Program Matching Technology Needs with Technology Capabilities
    6 : IPP Provides a Dynamic Innovation Process
    7 : Implementation of SBIR/STTR at NASA Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) Technology Infusion SBIR STTR IPP Seed Fund Innovation Incubator Centennial Challenges New Business Models Innovation Transfusion Partnership Development Intellectual Property management Technology Transfer New Innovative Partnerships
    8 : Implementation of SBIR/STTR at NASA Technology Infusion Program Element Technology Infusion SBIR STTR IPP Seed Fund Innovation Incubator Centennial Challenges New Business Models Innovation Transfusion Partnership Development Intellectual Property management Technology Transfer New Innovative Partnerships
    9 : Dryden Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johnson Stennis Kennedy Marshall Goddard Headquarters Langley Glenn NASA Installations
    10 : Solicitations Support the Technology Needs of NASA Mission Directorates Exploration Systems www.exploration.nasa.gov Aeronautics Research www.aeronautics.nasa.gov Space Operations www.hq.nasa.gov/osf Science www.science.hq.nasa.gov
    11 : Cultivate Innovative Solutions Driven by Enterprise/Program Needs & Challenges Provide unique continuous Tech Development Flow Develop Growth of Technology Portfolio Facilitate Small Business Commitment Create new business based resources Establishing logistical base for Operational challenges Maximize Potential for Commercial Success Creating alternative product paths for assuring technology viability Providing cost avoidance increase for follow-on acquisition needs NASA SBIR/STTR STRATEGIC APPROACH BENEFITS
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    13 : Innovation Pathways Technology Life Cycle Paths Natural Limits of Technical & Cost Performance Technological Maturity Performance Radical Discovery Dramatic increase in performance “NORMAL MATURITY PATH” “Evolutionary Spin-off” “Revolutionary” “Technology Life Cycle Extension”
    14 : Technology Life Cycle Vs Innovation Potential Time Change Technology Life Cycle Introduction/Growth Maturity Decline Technology Innovation Potential
    15 : Flight Projects System Test, Launch & Operations System/ Subsystem Development Technology Demonstration Technology Development Research to Prove Feasibility Basic Technology Research TRL 9 TRL 8 TRL 7 TRL 6 TRL 5 TRL 4 TRL 3 TRL 2 TRL 1 Basic Research Research and Technology Base “Technology Push” Capability-Focused Technology Development and Demo Programs “Applications Pull” e.g. SBIR, STTR Advanced Development Programs “System Specific” SBIR and STTR Technology Readiness Levels
    16 : Exploration Systems Mission Directorate Protection – Ablative, human-rated thermal protection system materials, lightweight radiation shielding, dust and contaminant mitigation. Environmental Control & Life Support – Atmospheric management, environmental monitoring and control, advanced air and water recovery systems, fire detection and suppression. Crew Support & Accommodations – Technologies for advanced EVA surface suits, including life support, power, thermal control, flexible displays, and materials; crew health care systems; habitability systems. In-Situ Resource Utilization – Regolith excavation and material handling, oxygen production from regolith, polar volatile collection and separation.
    17 : Example Subtopics with Potential Biotech Solutions - NASA FY07 Solicitation TOPIC X10 Protection Systems X10.01 Detachable, Human-rated, Ablative Environmentally Compliant TPS TOPIC X10 Protection Systems X10.01 Detachable, Human-rated, Ablative Environmentally Compliant TPS TOPIC X11 Thermal Management X11.01 Thermal Control for Surface Systems and Spacecraft TOPIC X12 Exploration Crew Health Capabilities X12.01 Health Preservation in the Space Environment X12.02 Crew Exercise Systems X12.03 Exploration Medical Capability TOPIC X13 Space Human Factors and Food Systems X13.01 Space Human Factors Assessment Tools X13.02 Advanced Food Technologies TOPIC X14 Space Radiation X14.01 Small Personal Dosimetry X14.02 Charged Particle Spectroscopy X14.03 Neutron Spectroscopy
    18 : Innovation Light-Emitting Diodes Initial NASA Application: Plant Growth Research • Plant Growth Research. Quantum Devices worked closely with the Wisconsin Center for Space Automation and Robotics (WICSAR) at the University of Wisconsin in Madison to develop research on plant growth in space environments. Quantum Devices,Inc. help move the base approach from ultraviolet and has used LED technology that enabled plants to grow in space on a least seven different missions. In the initial projects NASA was looking for a way to grow plants in space to provide an oxygen and food source for astronauts. Many plant growth experiments were flown aboard the ASTROCULTURE plant growth facility
    19 : Light-Emitting Diodes EPhotodynamic Therapy • In the adjunctive cancer treatment Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), light-sensitive, tumor-treating drugs were injected intravenously. A HEALS LED probe was used to activate the drugs, resulting in the generation of free radicals in the cancer cells that caused them to die away. • While using lasers as the light source in earlier PDT research had met with some success, the LED probe proved to be more mechanically reliable and could be utilized at a fraction of the cost.
    20 : Light-Emitting Diode Development Overview • Quantum’s High-Emissivity Aluminiferous Light-Emitting Substrate (HEALS®) technology allows a light-emitting diode (LED) about the size of a grain of salt to produce 12 times more radiant energy than the sun in the same bandwidth. • Much of the research that has contributed to the development of Quantum’s HEALS LED-related capabilities was gained through NASA SBIR contracts. • Quantum founder Ron Ignatius and his team have: Been inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame Been featured as a NASA SBIR Hallmarks of Success Received a Tibbett’s Award
    21 : Light-Emitting Diodes Wound Healing Quantums NASA SBIR work explored HEALS LED usage for treating diabetic skin ulcers, serious burns, and other hard-to-heal wounds. Laboratory results showed that skin and muscle cells grown in cultures and exposed to the LED infrared light grew 150 to 200 percent faster than control cultures not stimulated by the light. Quantum near-infrared (NIR) LED treatment improved healing in genetically diabetic mice by up-regulating genes important in the promotion of wound healing.
    22 : Light-Emitting Diodes Oral Mucositis Mucositis, a form of mouth and throat ulcers, is a common side-effect of cancer therapy in bone marrow transplant patients. Mucositis produces severe pain and oral superinfections that may lead to systemic infection and compromise the patient. In addition, mucositis also reduces the success rate for bone marrow transplants. Clinical trials at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Alabama in Birmingham have established the therapeutic efficacy of LED infrared light treatment in reducing the severity of oral mucositis in pediatric and adult bone-marrow transplant patients.
    23 : Light-Emitting Diodes Bone Atrophy Major risks associated with long-term space missions include muscle and bone atrophy. It has been shown that it takes 3-4 times mission duration to regain lost muscle and bone back on Earth. Quantum NIR-LED device treatment has been shown to promote bone formation and to improve the healing of stress fractures in experimental studies.
    24 : Summary IPP is seeking to add value to NASA’s Mission Directorates and their programs and projects, through innovative research, technology development and infusion to meet mission needs. The SBIR program provides benefits to NASA’s programs and the public through a strategic approach to: Cultivate Innovative Solutions Driven by NASA Mission/Program Needs & Challenges Provide unique continuous Tech Development Flow Develop Growth of Technology Portfolio Facilitate Small Business Commitment Create new business based resources Establishing logistical base for Operational challenges Maximize Potential for Commercial Success Creating alternative product paths for assuring technology viability Providing cost avoidance increase for follow-on acquisition needs
    25 : NASA SBIR/STTR Homepage http://sbir.nasa.gov SBIR 2008 Phase 1 Solicitation ? July 07 - September 04, 2008 ?STTR 2008 Phase 1 Solicitation July 07 - September 04, 2008
    26 : Visibility SBIR/STTR Hallmarks of Success Sixth volume in production. Agency outreach and visibility product. ~10 infusion video vignettes per volume featuring transfer and mission integration successes. DVDs produced and available for distribution. Beginning use on NASA TV.
    27 : Partnership Connections – IPP Publications http://www.techbriefs.com/ Electronics & Computers Semiconductors & ICs Mechanics Information Sciences MaterialsSoftware Manufacturing & Prototyping Machinery & Automation Physical Sciences Bio-MedicalTest & Measurement http://www.sti.nasa.gov/tto/ http://www.sti.nasa.gov/spinoff/ searchrecord http://ipp.nasa.gov/innovation/ index.html http://ipp.nasa.gov/ or http://sbir.nasa.gov/

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