The Neutrino Donut – Partnerships

The Neutrino Donut has partnered with many organizations over the past few years. On several of these projects, we were consultants for other groups. The services provided were for the associated agencies. We would like to share a few of these organizations:

Department of Defense
National Institute of Health
Environmental Protection Agency
National Science Foundation
Department of State
Grant Review Panels with DoD and NIH
General Dynamics
The Larta Institute
CRDF Global
Foresight Science & Technology
The University of Pennsylvania
The University of Texas at Austin
University of California, Irvine
Southern California Biomedical Council
Baylor University

India Innovation Partners
Tremonti Consulting
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
Multiple Korean economic development agencies
Multiple universities in development projects.

The Neutrino Donut Project – Developing NIH Healthcare projects between the US and India

The Neutrino Donut is working on developing relationships with healthcare technologies in the US and India, and seeking cooperative research and commercialization grants. The basis for these projects is the global development of ideas and technologies, supporting by agencies on both sides.

The Neutrino Donut Project – Global Business Development Project with CRDF and the US Department of State

The Neutrino Donut is working with CRDF on a project to help entrepreneurs in the Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan. These startups have an interest in developing relationships globally and expanding their roles. The business models include sales distribution, licensing, and co-development projects. The target areas are oil/gas, healthcare, and industrial processes.

Neutrino Donut Project – NIH Scouting for Grant Opportunities

The Neutrino Donut is working with multiple clients on the identification of grant opportunities within NIH. As part of this process, we have identified contact points for grants, developed an information strategy, and executed on the contact points to determine the most effective grant opportunities.

The challenge is presenting an effective proposal is the identification of the right grant vehicle for the technology. This involves additional work up front and the leveraging of current relationships.

The Neutrino Donut Project – SBIR Commercialization Report – Environmental Technology

The Neutrino Donut recently completed the commercialization section for an SBIR grant for a client. The technology, relating to environmental technologies, required a summary of the market size, financial calculations on the ongoing revenue, identification of customers, evaluation of market entry strategies, and a full implementation plan.