Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)

Provide a Success Story

Background: The NIH is looking for success stories that describe the transition of R&D from your small business into specific applications for the public, private sector, and/or the government. The only requirement is that the success story is attributable to NIH SBIR/STTR (alone or in combination with other research projects, including other agency SBIR/STTR funding). Just fill out the form below (some items are "Optional") and hit the submit button. Your success story will be reviewed and an NIH representative will be in touch with you if further information is needed. Once reviewed by NIH, the information submitted below will be added to the list of SBIR and STTR Success Stories. This information will be accessible over the internet so please make sure that all information is NON-PROPRIETARY. It will then be posted on the NIH SBIR/STTR website to help further promote your technology and may be used in our annual publication.

Important Note: Submissions of items unrelated to the SBIR/STTR programs will not be accepted. Information entered below or contained on this Success Stories site neither constitutes nor should be inferred to be an endorsement or recommendation by the National Institutes of Health.

Contact/Questions: If you have any questions or comments, please contact the NIH SBIR/STTR Program Office.


Company/Contact Information
Project/Technology Information
Note: Any web addresses (URLs) included in the text must be fully qualified (e.g. to show as links when displayed.
e.g. R43 DK12345, R44 HL54321
Using 3 or fewer sentences, describe the technology your firm has developed from this SBIR/STTR.
Key Words
Key Words to identify the research or technology. Please enter Minimum 4 Keywords.
In layman's terms, in 10 sentences or less, explain what your technology does. Describe or list using bullets any specific public/private sector applications of your technology/product/service.
Using 10 or fewer sentences describe the impact that the SBIR/STTR program has had on your firm. Please include information about your firm's growth, market share, sales, revenues, increased technical expertise, licensing agreements, spin-off companies, etc. (you can include actual and estimated future figures and you can describe how your company has benefited from the program and/or the technology developed).
Please add any other comments you think make this technology or your company a success story.
Please provide an estimate of the average annual sales and/or additional R&D funding you expect to receive over the next three years (e.g. 1.5M).
Please enter the total sales and additional R&D funding (Non-SBIR Program dollars) your company has received due to the success of this SBIR/STTR (e.g. .5M).
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