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SBIR Success Stories

If you are a past NIST SBIR awardee who has transitioned or commercialized your SBIR research, then your company is a candidate for the NIST SBIR Success Stories Program. Success stories are posted to the NIST website and may be used in NIST presentations and brochures. These stories also serve as excellent company marketing material.

Submit your company's success story.

Company Profiles

Brief profiles of companies that have utilized the programs and effectively commercialized technologies developed under SBIR are shown below:

The information on this site has been provided directly by the SBIR companies. Its appearance on this web site neither constitutes, nor should be inferred to be, an endorsement or recommendation by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Mary Clague (301-975-4188, mary.clague@nist.gov), NIST SBIR Program Office.

Contacts

NIST SBIR Program Office

Created March 6, 2012, Updated March 2, 2020