NIH SBIR / STTR Presentation – Larta Institute – The Neutrino Donut

Startups submitting NIH SBIR/STTR proposals on the September 7th deadline have an opportunity to request additional funding for Technical and Business Assistance (#TABA).

Join our INFO SESSION on Thursday, August 12th to learn all of the details about this funding support and how Larta Institute can support your commercialization goals. REGISTER TODAY! https://lnkd.in/gMuws47

Meet our team of experts leading this discussion:
Rohit Shukla, CEO, Larta Institute
Judy Hsieh, Program Director for Life Sciences, Larta Institute
Earle Hager, Managing Director The Neutrino Donut & Principal Advisor at Larta Institute

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The Water Council – Tech Challenge

TECH CHALLENGE: WATER QUALITY SENSING AND/OR REMEDIATION

https://watertechhub.com/challenge/water-tech-challenge/

Accepting applications thru Nov. 1

Tech Challenge is seeking innovative solutions for water quality sensing and/or remediating for: 1) heavy metals and industrial chemicals (such as lead, PFOA and PFAS) in water and wastewater, and 2) microbiological organisms in water and remediation using alternative disinfection technologies (non-chlorine)

Tech interests: Presence of illicit discharges to storm and sanitary sewers; presence of pathogens in water distribution system, wastewater effluent, and biosolids; process monitoring of wastewater treatment; point of use industrial applications; municipal water supply; well water disinfection; industrial wastewater discharge; municipal wastewater effluent; water reuse, including potable.

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The Water Council offers programs to help students, researchers, entrepreneurs and professionals get to the next stage of development–from unproven ideas to commercial viability, from seed funding to visibility. The Water Tech Hub is your portal for all of our application-based competitions and challenges. It provides you a convenient hub for learning about and applying to open challenges to advance your freshwater technology. Then, through our global network of researchers, entrepreneurs, innovators and partners, we serve as the conduit between your idea and the marketplace.

Join us for the virtual launch of the Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium (TEXGHS) – fighting COVID-19 and the next pandemic!

About this Event

The Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium (TEXGHS) is dedicated to coordinating efforts to support innovators and innovations fighting COVID-19 and future pandemics. Organized by the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) at The University of Texas at Austin, TEXGHS is leading the creation and long-term success of a health security innovation ecosystem in Texas where equitable, inclusive solutions launch locally and grow globally.

Our virtual launch event will feature speakers from around the globe to discuss the importance of supporting innovation in the fight against COVID-19. The event will also highlight how TEXGHS has created a unique innovation ecosystem that brings together academic, public, and private sector partners to respond to COVID-19 and help prevent the next pandemic.

Keynote speaker:

  • Peter Hotez, MD, PhD – Dean, National School of Tropical Medicine

Speakers:

  • Jay Hartzell, PhD – Interim President, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Moredreck Chibi, PhD – World Health Organization (WHO) Africa Innovation Lead
  • Clay Johnston, MD, PHD – Dean, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin
  • Lisa McDonald, MD, MSTC – TEXGHS and Director of Healthcare, Austin Technology Incubator

The Neutrino Donut, LLC is a founding member of TEXGHS.

Innovation in the Time of COVID-19: The Grant Process

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As businesses of all sizes face a myriad of pandemic-posed challenges, Earle Hager offers guidance via the #grantprocess during Temple Health & Bioscience District‘s E-Learning Series #webinar, taking place next Tuesday, August 25 from 12-1 p.m. Bring your questions and challenges to this session you can’t afford to miss! #lifesciences #bioscience #biotech #startups #grants

Innovators looking to develop new ideas during the pandemic face a wide range of challenges. While R&D budgets are being cut, corporate innovation and licensing has slowed, and lab activity has been curtailed.

In these challenging times, startups can find funding but, just as importantly, independent validation of their ideas via the grant process. By leveraging grant-based resources and applications, startups can receive undiluted funding to advance their technology. Join us as Earle Hager shares his extensive knowledge of business development and the grant process for startups and dives into the life cycle planning the grant process allows.

Bring your questions and problems to this discussion, as the answers may be of value to others facing similar challenges.