Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation Updates

SBIR Connect
March 7, 8, and 13

Join the KSEF Team in Covington, Louisville, and Lexington. Hear the latest news and updates, share your questions and experiences, mentor or be mentored, and learn tips on winning SBIR and STTR grants. Please RSVP with the links below so we can coordinate seating and refreshments:

March 7 in Covington   /   March 8 in Louisville   /   March 13 in Lexington

SBIR/STTR Phase II Workshop
March 15

R&D for small business? Learn important details on how to use SBIR/STTR Programs to develop your technology. Become involved in this $2.5B program as consultants, collaborators, or reviewers for the federal program. Jim has over 30 years of experience and will offer a free review of your proposal.

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March 26

Apply for up to $4,000 in Kentucky Phase Zero or Phase Double Zero funding to help prepare your Kentucky SBIR or STTR Phase I or Phase II federal application. The next application deadline to KSEF is March 26 (10AM) for federal due dates starting 06-2018.

Program Details and Application Forms

What's Happening?

and other items of interest...

What's Happening?
and other items of interest...

  • "SBIR Contracts Exempt from DOD Auditing and Cost & Pricing Requirements". The new pilot program would add an exemption to SBIR contracts to audits and records examinations requirements: read more
  • "DOD Acquisition Advisory Panel Recommends Doubling SBIR" (January 2018): download report
  • "Life Science Entrepreneurship: The Role of Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers in High-tech Startups" - an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional class, educating on the roles of scientists, engineers, MDs and MBAs in life science entrepreneurship: event website
  • The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have made changes to their program solicitation referencing Clinical Trial versus Non-Clinical trial. Check out the informational webinars from February 6 and 7: 
  • Use the NIH Matchmaker to conduct keyword searches on a particular topic area to identify NIH Institutes or Centers (ICs): web link