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SBIR/STTR Basics: “Fundamentals for starting a business, including funding opportunities and commercialization resources available at NIH/NCI”

Date Tue, Feb 22
Time 11: 00 AM - 12: 30 PM
Location Zoom

This three-part comprehensive Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/ Small Technology Transfer Research (STTR) grant writing virtual workshop series will be presented by experts from NCI’s (National Cancer Institute) SBIR Development Center. The workshop series will cover topics from SBIR/STTR basics to how to draft a competitive SBIR/STTR proposal.

The workshop seminar series is open to small businesses, researchers, students, postdoctoral fellows, and entrepreneurs from/affiliated with Georgetown University, Howard University and George Washington University.

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