University Participation in SBIR/STTR

University Participation in SBIR/STTR

23feb12:00 pm1:30 pmUniversity Participation in SBIR/STTRUF Innovate & BBCetc Grant Writing Training

Event Details

UF Innovate & BBCetc Grant Writing Training

University researchers participating in an SBIR or STTR project – either as a sub-contractor or as the small business
owner – must be aware of the specific rules for SBIR/STTR that may differ from other projects. Understanding these
rules are critical to successful participation and compliance. This webinar covers eligibility rules for SBIR/STTR,
Primary Investigator Requirements, subcontracting rules/limitations, University lab vs. Small business facilities,
“Waste, Fraud and Abuse” efforts by the Federal Agencies, and more. Attendees: University staff including
Sponsored Research, TTO, Contracts, Legal, Administrative Support roles.

Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2tF7rSZORI2SY3AenSlyDQ

Time

(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Organizer

BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting

BBCetc was formed as Biotechnology Business Consultants in 1990 to assist early-stage life science companies with technology commercialization strategy and implementation. Since then, the company has evolved and grown, now training and consulting with a wide range of clients from individual companies and entrepreneurs to universities, SBDC’s and tech-based economic development organizations across the U.S. We are a team with expertise in all 11 participating federal agencies as well as grants/contracts management and commercialization planning. 18650 W. Old U.S. 12, Suite A Chelsea, MI 48118

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