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Small Business Innovative Research Resources

1996 BMDO Small Business Innovative Research
[ASCII via National Technology Transfer Center gopher] BMDO seeks the most innovative technology that might enable a defense against a missile in flight - lighter, faster, smarter, more reliable components. Proposers need not know details of possible BMDO systems. BMDO seeks to invest seed-capital, to supplement private capital, in a product with a future market potential (preferably private sector) and a measurable BMDO benefit.

1996 BMDO Small Business Innovative Research
Futron Corporation "The Small Business Innovation Research program was established by Congress in 1982 to open the door for small businesses to Federal research and development and to speed the conversion of their research findings into commercial products." This site provides extensive resources on BMDO SBIR activities.

Ballistic Missile Defense Office SBIR Grants
Community of Science searchable database of Ballistic Missile Defense Office SBIR Grants. Search terms include: company and address; contact; amount; award dates, and numerous keywords, such as computer, information processing, analysis. communication systems, systems technology, etc.

Ballistic Missile Defense Organization Broad Agency Announcements
The Innovative Science and Technology (IST) Directorate of the Department of Defense's (DOD) Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) (formerly, the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization) is seeking proposals for its FY 96 scientific research program.

Background
Ballistic Missile Defense SBIR Program Background. What is the Small Business Innovation Research Program? The Small Business Innovation Research program was established by Congress in 1982 to open the door for small businesses to Federal research and development support.

NOVEL ENERGETIC MATERIALS TO STABILIZE ROCKETS
Office of Naval Research Ballistic Missile Defense Organization Research Areas and Specific Information - FY95 Multidisciplinary Research Program of the University Research Initiative [MURI] Topic. Rapid advances are being made in improved solid rocket propellants. Also, the internal geometry and volume constraints of high performance systems are becoming demanding. Increasingly, prototypical motors experience various modes of nonlinear acoustic combustion instability. The ability to anticipate and avoid these problems in the design stage is lacking.



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