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					Band   FIRMID               P
                   LINK_CODE RO_NO          AGENCY   PHASE   TOP_NO TOPIC_NO
 1     F00001185            C071-101-0073
                   C07A091000               CBD      I       CBD07-101101
 1     F00000322            C071-102-0109
                   C07A092197               CBD      I       CBD07-102102
 1     F00005060            C071-103-0154
                   C07A093852               CBD      I       CBD07-103103
 1     F00064992            C071-104-0049
                   C07A090269               CBD      I       CBD07-104104
 1     F00002995            C071-105-0124
                   C07A092978               CBD      I       CBD07-105105
 1     F00011856            C071-106-0125
                   C07A093041               CBD      I       CBD07-106106
 1     F00000145            C071-108-0069
                   C07A090878               CBD      I       CBD07-108108
 1     F00002215            C071-108-0107
                   C07A092018               CBD      I       CBD07-108108
 1     F00000679            C071-109-0016
                   C07A089391               CBD      I       CBD07-109109
 1     F00005457            C071-109-0148
                   C07A093541               CBD      I       CBD07-109109
 1     F00000542            C071-110-0084
                   C07A091229               CBD      I       CBD07-110110
 1     F00001123            C071-111-0152
                   C07A093822               CBD      I       CBD07-111111
 1     F00000326            C071-112-0007
                   C07A089198               CBD      I       CBD07-112112
 1     F00065118            C071-113-0151
                   C07A093767               CBD      I       CBD07-113113
 1     F00000250            C071-114-0042
                   C07A090001               CBD      I       CBD07-114114
 1     F00006111            C071-114-0150
                   C07A093628               CBD      I       CBD07-114114
 1     F00000280            C071-115-0053
                   C07A090377               CBD      I       CBD07-115115
 1     F00001728            C071-115-0142
                   C07A093376               CBD      I       CBD07-115115
 1     F00011375            C071-116-0129
                   C07A093096               CBD      I       CBD07-116116
PRO_TITLE
Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Agents
Immediate Biodecon System
Generic Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indicator
Spectroscopic Imaging Technology for THz Biosensor Integrated with a Lab-on-Chip Platform
Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem Sensor
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
CB Sensor Network Architecture Development Tool for Improved Probability of Cloud Intercept
Heterogeneous CB Sensor Network Modeling Tool
Source Term Model for Fine Particle Resuspension from Indoor Surfaces(1001-033)
Source Term Model for Fine Particles off Indoor Surfaces
Self Sanitizing Thin Films Using Discrete Toxicant/Germinant Surface Features
Carbon Nanotube-Based Filters for Aerosol Sample Collection
Respiratory Function Measurement System for Nonhuman Primates
Development of a Field-Ready Antimicrobial Wound Dressing for the Treatment of Vesicant Burns
Development of a Database Management System to Enable Rapid, Efficient Assay Design for Use in Detection and Diagnosis
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Lightweight, Efficient Blower for Personal Air Ventilation System
Centrifugal Blower for Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Omni-Directional, Wind and Water Tolerant Inlet for the DFU
PRO_COST    COST                 DURATIONOCOST      ODURATION
      98909              69648          6     29261           3
     100000              70000          6     30000           3
      99900              69988          6     29912           3
      99273              69612          6     29661           3
      99979              69999          6     29980           3
      99903              69936          6     29967           3
      99942              69968          6     29974           3
      99938              69979          6     29959           3
      99929              69974          6     29955           3
      99823              69922          6     29901           3
      99955              69958          6     29997           3
     100000              70000          6     30000           3
      99987              69996          6     29991           3
      99563              69630          6     29933           3
      99909              69951          6     29958           3
      99588              69946          6     29642           3
      99353              69499          6     29854           3
      98951              69916          6     29035           3
      99930              69957          6     29973           3




$ 1,894,832.00



                 $ 1,327,879.00 Band 1 total
                 $ 419,839.00 Band 2 total

                 $ 1,747,718.00 Total
FIRM                                         ADDR1                            ADDR2
METSS Corporation                            300 Westdale Avenue
TDA Research, Inc.                           12345 W. 52nd Ave.
K&M Environmental, Inc.                      2557 Production Road
VIBRATESS                                    221 Cottonwood Dr.
Voxtel Inc.                                  12725 SW Millikan Way            Suite 230
Li Creative Technologies                     30 A Vreeland Road, Suite 130
Physical Sciences Inc.                       20 New England Business Center
Atmospheric & Environmental Research, Inc.   131 Hartwell Avenue
TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.                         200 TURNPIKE ROAD
Cambridge Environmental Inc.                 58 Charles Street
Luna Innovations Incorporated                1703 S Jefferson Street, SW      Suite 400
Agave BioSystems, Inc.                       P.O. Box 80010
Physical Optics Corporation                  Photonic Systems Division        20600 Gramercy Place, Bldg 10
Stratatech Corporation                       505 S. Rosa Road, Suite 169
CFD Research Corporation                     215 Wynn Dr., 5th Floor
Vecna Technologies Inc.                      5004 Lehigh Avenue
Creare Inc.                                  P.O. Box 71
Rini Technologies Inc                        582 South Econ Circle
Enertechnix, Inc.                            23616 SE 225th Street            P.O. Box 469
CITY        STATE   ZIPCODE ZIP       ZIP4   URL                              PM_PREFIX
Westerville OH      43082-896243082   8962    www.metss.com                   Dr.
Wheat Ridge CO      80033-191680033   1916   http://www.tda.com               Dr.
            VA
Virginia Beach      23454     23454          www.kandmenvironmental.co        Dr.
            VA
Barboursville       22923-412722923   4127                                    Dr.
Beaverton OR        97005     97005           www.voxtel-inc.com              Mr.
Florham ParkNJ      07932     07932          www.licreativetech.com           Dr.
Andover MA          01810-107701810   1077   http://www.psicorp.com           Dr.
Lexington MA        02421-312602421   3126   www.aer.com                      Mr.
CHELMSFORD  MA      01824     01824          www.tritonsys.com                Dr.
Cambridge MA        02141     02141          www.CambridgeEnvironmental.com   Dr.
Roanoke VA          24016     24016          www.lunainnovations.com          Dr.
Austin      TX      78708-001078708   0010                                    Dr.
Torrance CA         90501-182190501   1821   www.poc.com                      Dr.
Madison WI          53704     53704          www.stratatechcorp.com           Dr.
Huntsville AL       35805     35805          www.cfdrc.com                    Dr.
College ParkMD      20740     20740          www.vecna.com                    Dr.
Hanover NH          03755     03755          www.creare.com                   Dr.
Oviedo      FL      32765     32765          www.rinitech.com                 Dr.
Maple ValleyWA      98038-046998038   0469   www.enertechnix.com              Dr.
PM_NAME              PM_TITLE                            PM_PHONE   PM_EXT   PM_FAX
Kenneth J. Heater    Senior Engineer                                111
                                                         (614) 797-2200      (614) 797-2201
William L. Bell      Principal Scientist                 (303) 940-2355      (303) 422-7763
Ed Locke             Technical Director                             234
                                                         (757) 431-2260      (757) 431-2255
Tatyana Khromova     president                           (434) 985-7459
George M. Williams   President                           (971) 223-5646      (503) 296-2862
Qi (Peter) Li        President                           (973) 822-0048      (973) 822-0399
Bogdan R. Cosofret   Prinicpal Scientist                            8273
                                                         (978) 689-0003      (978) 689-3232
Sean Mackay          Principal Investigator              (781) 761-2315      (781) 761-2299
Yoojeong Kim         Principal Investigator                         199
                                                         (978) 250-4200      (978) 250-4533
Stephen G. Zemba     Senior Engineer                     (617) 225-0810      (617) 225-0813
Ulli Becker          Principal Investigator              (540) 552-5128      (540) 951-0760
Joel Tabb            Principal Scientist                 (607) 272-0002      (607) 272-0089
Anna Asanbaeva       Research Scientist                  (310) 320-3088      (310) 320-4667
Barry Steiglitz      Molecular Biology Scientist         (608) 441-2750      (608) 441-2757
Jerry Jenkins        Group Leader                                   4913
                                                         (256) 726-4800      (256) 726-4807
Christopher Larsen   Senior Scientist                    (240) 737-1625      (301) 699-3180
Michael G. Izenson   Principal Investigator                         2405
                                                         (603) 643-3800      (603) 643-4657
Daniel P. Rini       President                           (407) 359-7138
Peter Ariessohn      Directo of Research & Development   (206) 251-2505      (425) 432-1557
PM_EMAIL                                   C
                                   CO_PREFIX O_NAME
kheater@metss.com                  Dr.     Kenneth J. Heater
wbell@tda.com                      Mr.     John D. Wright
elocke@morphtec.com                Mr.     Bart Heenan
tak@estart.com                     Dr.     Tatyana Khromova
georgew@voxtel-inc.com             Mr.     George M. Williams
li@licreativetech.com              Dr.     Qi (Peter) Li
cosofret@psicorp.com               Dr.     B. David Green
smackay@aer.com                    Ms.     Cecilia Sze
ykim@tritonsystems.com             Mr.     Francis Veronesi
Zemba@CambridgeEnvironmental.com   Mr.     Richard R. Lester
submissions@lunainnovations.com    Ms.     Angela Keen
jtabb@agavebio.com                 Mr.     Noe Salazar
sutama@poc.com                     Mr.     Gordon Drew
bsteiglitz@stratatechcorp.com      Mr.     Robert Barnard
tsb@cfdrc.com                      Ms.     Deb Phipps
clarsen@vecna.com                  Mr.     Mike Bearman
mgi@creare.com                             James J. Barry
dan@rinitech.com                   Dr.     Daniel P. Rini
peter.a@enertechnix.com            Dr.     George Kychakoff
CO_TITLE                        CO_PHONE         CO_EXT CO_FAX
President                       (614) 797-2200   111    (614) 797-2201
Vice President                  (303) 940-2300          (303) 422-7763
CEO                             (757) 431-2260   229    (757) 431-2255
president                       (434) 985-7459
President                       (971) 223-5646           (503) 296-2862
President                       (973) 822-0048           (973) 822-0399
President, PSI R&D Operations   (978) 689-0003   8146    (978) 689-3232
President and CEO               (781) 761-2288           (781) 761-2299
Controller                      (978) 250-4200   123     (978) 250-4533
Director of Operations          (617) 225-0810           (617) 225-0813
Sr. Contracts Administrator     (540) 552-5128           (540) 951-0760
President                       (512) 656-6200           (512) 727-6066
Chief Financial Officer         (310) 320-3088           (310) 320-4667
Vice President and Treasurer    (608) 441-2750           (608) 441-2757
Contract Specialist             (256) 726-4800   4884    (256) 726-4807
General Counsel                 (240) 737-1650           (301) 699-3180
President                       (603) 643-3800   2487    (603) 643-4657
President                       (407) 359-7138
President                       (425) 432-1589           (425) 432-1557
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                                                            HUBZone Veteran_Own
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jdwright@tda.com                          1        0      0        0        0         0
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        SUB2OTHER
EMPLOYEES               ABSTRACTS
                SUB2OTHERDESCRIP    BENEFITS KEYWORDS         PROPINFOFIRM_POW        RI_NAME
     20       0                      interested in the development and demonstration of large frame aircraft deconta
                                                 decontamination, aircraft, the frame, chemical warfare agents, biolo
                        The DoD is The proposed program will draw uponlargebest decontamination technologies to c
     72       0                                               Material on will warfare, BW, with biological warfare
                                                   we propose to developpages used by theChemical warfare, CW (B
                                     military vehicles and equipment that are contaminated U.S. military and first resp
                        Surfaces ofThe systemDecontamination, Biologicalbe3-15, 21-22 as indicated by asterisks.
     30       0                     This tecnology will offer enhanced indicator, AC impedance spectroscopy, respira
                                                  technologies have life protection modes of degradation and failure in
                                                              3-15, 19-22
                        Carbon based filtration ESLI, RLI, residual several knownto the warfighter and enhanced inte
      5       0                                               Pages new
                                                 implementation of proposed technology detection, water to develop
                                    Successful THz, spectroscopy,fluidic chip, biologicalwill open the roadmonitoring
                        In this Phase I SBIR project we propose a3-25 imaging mechanism for sub-wavelength THz
     12       0                     Eyesafe LIDAR operation is photodiode, detector, near infrared, photoreceiver, L
                                                 have avalanche currently used for the
                                                              As noted in spectra in airport and aircraft wind shear mea
                        Many chemical agents APD, unique absorptionthe proposal 9-to-11μm wavelength ra
      4       0                                  speech intelligibility, have prototypes ready in the shape of a unique
                                    At the end of experiences in willspeech communications, speech recognition, ma
                        Based on our successful this project, we automatic speech recognition, we proposenew prod
                                                              3-20
    160       0                     As sensor Sensor, Standoff, Costsoftware tool challenge becomesalgorithm, Se
                                                 proposes continues to Proposal detection, Placement understandi
                                                               develop a CB agent
                        Physical Sciences Inc.technologyto15-20, Point,advance, thethat is capable of defining the sel
    103       0                     The instances of Chemical/Biological (CB) detection to enable warning and idenN
                                                 Sensor, Network, CB Sensor positioning, CB Sensor Array, Sensor
                                                              none
                        While individual general problem of sensor network configurationsensor technology developm
     62       0                                  biological (CB) Indoor released in agent dispersion profile travel via
                                    The model Resuspension, agents source CB one section of a buildingin a HVAC
                        Airborne chemical and would improve the accuracy ofterm, Aerosol, Particle, Modeling,buildin
                                                              3-24
     17       0                     Development of source term powerful tool for predicting proposed particle resus
                                                 Indoor (CFD) term, Particle transport and dispersion, CB modeling, C
                        Computational fluid dynamics source is a models (STMs) such as thethe dispersion of chemic
    213       0                      terrorism on the rise, there isspores, overall larger effort and fits sanitizingHistory
                                                 Biocidal, Bacillus Cost an Germinant/toxicant arrays
                                                              3-24, an Proposal, Company Commercialization surfac
                        With global This proposed research is part ofincreasing need to develop self well into the stra
     15       0                     In addition toof the more needs of military tomonitoring, filters, biological will beag
                                                    serving carbon nanotubes, air distribute biological and chemical v
                                                              all except 1&2
                        Aerosols represent oneAerosols, the efficient methods personnel, this diagnostic tool agents,
    198       0                                  Piezoelectric transducer, both system for nonhuman primate and ra
                                     the proposed for a real-time measurement government and commercial sectors
                        To address The CBD needRFM systemand 9-13 Respiratory dosimetry, Aerosol challenge, P
                                                              3-6 will benefit
     26       0                                                resulting from vesicant exposure battlefield injuries resu
                                                 skin, need for innovative therapeutics 19
                                    wounds, such as those3, injury, wound dressing, antimicrobial, infection control
                        Cutaneous There is a criticalvesicant 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, to treatand thermal injuries, pro
     85       0                     Direct benefits from the proposed DBMS and systems Threat Agents, Pathwayde
                                                 Systems Biology, Assay Design, Biological biology-centered assay M
                        The primary objective of this effort is to design and develop a database management system
     46       0                      I SBIR grant of this BioDefBase resourcemicroarray, immunoassay, PCR, resou
                                                 Bioterror, relational database, will aid the need for a database ELISA
                                                              NA
                        This Phase Development proposal is submitted in response to in threat detection of biological
    115       0                                               3-12, has the potential to
                                                 Personal will protect the health and dramatically improve the enviro
                                    The proposed system(PAVS) ventilation,
                        A personal air ventilation system cooling,19-20, 25 blowerssafety of soldiers and enable pe
     15       0                                  PPE, vent, heat Teams
                        Clothing that protects Special Reaction stress from chemical, biological, and nuclear threats
                                    The proposed technology will increase the duration that the warfighter can stay o
     15       0                     The project, Enertechnix develop an optimized designs for an improved inlet for
                        In the proposed proposed project will will develop aerosol sampler that will provide a significa
                                                 Aerosol, DFU, Dry Filter Unit, Inlet, Concentrator, Aerodynamic Lens,
                                                          RI_ZIP
              RI_ADDR1 RI_ADDR2 RI_CITY RI_STATE RI_ZIPCODE                     RI_ZIP4   RI_URL   RI_OFFICIAL
 ame, chemical warfare agents, biological warfare agents
15, 21-22 as indicated by asterisks.




sport and dispersion, CB modeling, CFD, Indoor air modeling, Particle resuspension
Company Commercialization History



Biological Threat Agents, Pathway Modeling



et, Concentrator, Aerodynamic Lens,
         RI_PHONERI_EXT
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                                                     DEFINED_RI       PROGRAM
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               Submitted DateSubmitted
LOCKED DATELOCKED                                    CostProposal
                                   Command PhaseI_Pro_No                Date_Proposal_Checked
                                                               TechProposal
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/8/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
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                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/5/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U         1/10/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U         1/10/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/8/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         S
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U          1/9/2007
                         1/10/2007                   Y         U         1/10/2007
                             CAI_Firm
MarkDeleteDateDeletePackageGenerated      CreateDateLastUpdateTaxId     SSN       DUNS
                           0         80    1/3/2007 1/9/2007 31-1461458           87-729-94
                           0         50    1/7/2007 1/8/2007 84-1043375           181947730
                           0               1/9/2007 1/9/2007 54-1766224           806013074
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                           0               1/8/2007 1/10/2007 93-1285205          124348652
                           0               1/8/2007 1/9/2007 38-3667621           125624432
                           0         30    1/3/2007 1/5/2007 04-2517090           073800062
                           0         50    1/6/2007 1/9/2007 04-2608324           091493569
                           0         40   ######## 1/9/2007 04-3157697            796010411
                           0               1/9/2007 1/9/2007 04-3050190           610323271
                           0         70    1/4/2007 1/9/2007 54-1560050           627132913
                           0         40    1/9/2007 1/9/2007 16-1551819           022552900
                           0         60   12/8/2006 1/3/2007 33-0118051           153865951
                           0               1/9/2007 1/10/2007 39-2025242          160392168
                           0         90   ######## 1/9/2007 63-0944385            185169620
                           0               1/9/2007 1/9/2007 52-2152399           094078958
                           0       100    ######## 1/8/2007 02-0259551            072021041
                           0               1/9/2007 1/9/2007 59-3465749           608777798
                           0               1/8/2007 1/8/2007 91-1685215           928928803
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806013074
789962656
124348652
125624432
073800062
091493569
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610323271
627132913
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                                             NonSelects


FIRMID      LINK_CODE    PRO_NO          AGENCY   PHASE   TOP_NO      TOPIC_NO
F00000140   C07A091840   C071-101-0103   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00000278   C07A090396   C071-101-0055   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00000326   C07A089687   C071-101-0028   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00000865   C07A093362   C071-101-0141   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00000947   C07A092003   C071-101-0106   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00063575   C07A091133   C071-101-0081   CBD      I       CBD07-101   101
F00000159   C07A093920   C071-102-0155   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00000358   C07A094091   C071-102-0159   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00000447   C07A091089   C071-102-0077   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00000679   C07A089642   C071-102-0027   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00001732   C07A089395   C071-102-0017   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00001776   C07A091831   C071-102-0102   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00006068   C07A090741   C071-102-0065   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00006612   C07A092962   C071-102-0123   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00009956   C07A093113   C071-102-0131   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00014120   C07A093298   C071-102-0140   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00014917   C07A089553   C071-102-0024   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00065163   C07A092554   C071-102-0114   CBD      I       CBD07-102   102
F00000322   C07A092223   C071-103-0110   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00000679   C07A089318   C071-103-0012   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00005213   C07A091357   C071-103-0087   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00012083   C07A092763   C071-103-0119   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00013514   C07A093117   C071-103-0132   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00013703   C07A094398   C071-103-0162   CBD      I       CBD07-103   103
F00002012   C07A093101   C071-104-0130   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00002620   C07A092786   C071-104-0120   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00009857   C07A094487   C071-104-0167   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00010032   C07A090300   C071-104-0051   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00010281   C07A094038   C071-104-0158   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00010840   C07A093220   C071-104-0136   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00064798   C07A094334   C071-104-0161   CBD      I       CBD07-104   104
F00002906   C07A089040   C071-105-0004   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00004583   C07A089128   C071-105-0006   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00010032   C07A090304   C071-105-0052   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00012007   C07A094406   C071-105-0163   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00014386   C07A093090   C071-105-0128   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00017266   C07A094199   C071-105-0160   CBD      I       CBD07-105   105
F00000602   C07A091442   C071-106-0091   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00000631   C07A091131   C071-106-0080   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00001884   C07A090647   C071-106-0062   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00009208   C07A092860   C071-106-0122   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00009669   C07A093083   C071-106-0127   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00065010   C07A093059   C071-106-0126   CBD      I       CBD07-106   106
F00000145   C07A090266   C071-107-0048   CBD      I       CBD07-107   107
F00000280   C07A090843   C071-107-0066   CBD      I       CBD07-107   107
F00016670   C07A090478   C071-107-0059   CBD      I       CBD07-107   107
F00000024   C07A092484   C071-108-0112   CBD      I       CBD07-108   108
F00000185   C07A092738   C071-108-0117   CBD      I       CBD07-108   108
F00000331   C07A090851   C071-108-0067   CBD      I       CBD07-108   108
F00002969   C07A089757   C071-108-0032   CBD      I       CBD07-108   108
F00063436   C07A089877   C071-108-0037   CBD      I       CBD07-108   108


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F00000068   C07A091987   C071-109-0105   CBD       I        CBD07-109   109
F00003503   C07A091396   C071-109-0089   CBD       I        CBD07-109   109
F00010322   C07A090404   C071-109-0056   CBD       I        CBD07-109   109
F00000326   C07A089309   C071-110-0011   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00000385   C07A093494   C071-110-0145   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00001199   C07A094466   C071-110-0165   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00001211   C07A091541   C071-110-0095   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00002441   C07A090564   C071-110-0060   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00011641   C07A090856   C071-110-0068   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00016670   C07A089486   C071-110-0021   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00017972   C07A093987   C071-110-0156   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00063177   C07A093180   C071-110-0134   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00065108   C07A091790   C071-110-0100   CBD       I        CBD07-110   110
F00000145   C07A091122   C071-111-0079   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00000326   C07A089803   C071-111-0034   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00000447   C07A090948   C071-111-0070   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00000447   C07A091551   C071-111-0096   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00000542   C07A091231   C071-111-0085   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00003803   C07A093491   C071-111-0144   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00011010   C07A091582   C071-111-0097   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00012042   C07A091458   C071-111-0093   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00015053   C07A093256   C071-111-0138   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00017972   C07A093443   C071-111-0143   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00064733   C07A089873   C071-111-0036   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00064974   C07A090421   C071-111-0057   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00000250   C07A090593   C071-112-0061   CBD       I        CBD07-112   112
F00000542   C07A091390   C071-113-0088   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00003565   C07A089831   C071-113-0035   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00011458   C07A091865   C071-113-0104   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00011641   C07A090966   C071-113-0071   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00016670   C07A089605   C071-113-0026   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00062878   C07A089028   C071-113-0002   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00064745   C07A089380   C071-113-0015   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00064755   C07A091712   C071-113-0099   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00064803   C07A089075   C071-113-0005   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00064888   C07A089537   C071-113-0023   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00065031   C07A093229   C071-113-0137   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00065059   C07A093204   C071-113-0135   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00065108   C07A091795   C071-113-0101   CBD       I        CBD07-113   113
F00006404   C07A089782   C071-114-0033   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00007822   C07A092248   C071-114-0111   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00009832   C07A091110   C071-114-0078   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00010140   C07A091448   C071-114-0092   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00012458   C07A092114   C071-114-0108   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00013574   C07A093270   C071-114-0139   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00014325   C07A091431   C071-114-0090   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00017135   C07A089921   C071-114-0038   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00017198   C07A094007   C071-114-0157   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00062648   C07A094479   C071-114-0166   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00064562   C07A090383   C071-114-0054   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00064810   C07A090277   C071-114-0050   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00064877   C07A093832   C071-114-0153   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114


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F00002511   C07A090973   C071-114-0072   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00000326   C07A089556   C071-115-0025   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00000949   C07A093120   C071-115-0133   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00000968   C07A090662   C071-115-0063   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00001732   C07A089287   C071-115-0009   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00005147   C07A089247   C071-115-0008   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00008196   C07A090249   C071-115-0047   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00016507   C07A094446   C071-115-0164   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00019023   C07A089952   C071-115-0040   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00063437   C07A089983   C071-115-0041   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00063680   C07A089464   C071-115-0020   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00065043   C07A090704   C071-115-0064   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00065165   C07A092760   C071-115-0118   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00000250   C07A089737   C071-116-0030   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116
F00002403   C07A093546   C071-116-0149   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116
F00004998   C07A093519   C071-116-0147   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116
F00063134   C07A089922   C071-116-0039   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116
F00065172   C07A092792   C071-116-0121   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116
F00000287   C07A090210   C071-108-0045   CBD       I        CBD07-108   108
F00003058   C07A092638   C071-114-0116   CBD       I        CBD07-114   114
F00000828   C07A090090   C071-115-0044   CBD       I        CBD07-115   115
F00000542   C07A091227   C071-101-0083   CBD       I        CBD07-101   101
F00001185   C07A091002   C071-102-0074   CBD       I        CBD07-102   102
F00001732   C07A090426   C071-103-0058   CBD       I        CBD07-103   103
F00007498   C07A090027   C071-106-0043   CBD       I        CBD07-106   106
F00000405   C07A091595   C071-111-0098   CBD       I        CBD07-111   111
F00017972   C07A093495   C071-116-0146   CBD       I        CBD07-116   116




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PRO_TITLE
Mild, Portable Surface Decontamination
Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Agents
Surface Decontamination System
Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Agents
Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Agents
Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Agents
The Preparation and Demonsdtration of a Nano-Based Biocidal Disinfectant
Immediate Biochemical Decontamination System with Improved Logistics, Efficiency, and Safety
A Novel System for Decontamination of Biological Warfare (BW) Agents
Trifunctional Fast-Act Bio-Decontamination System(1001-039)
Multifunctional yeast for the natural decontamination of Bacillus anthracis
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Collapsible Biodecontamination Foam
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Residual Life Indicator
An Adsorptive Carbon Low-Residual-Life Indicator(1001-024)
Generic Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indicator
Microsensors for Monitoring Adsorptive Carbon Service Life
Nanostructured Sensors for Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indication
Generic Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indicator
A Novel THz Sensor by integrating a THz Plasmonics Superfocusing Technique, an All Fiber-Based THz Source and a Detecto
Integrated Lab-on-a-Chip THz Sensors
Integrated Lab-on-a-Chip THz-Microscopy Sensors
Terahertz (THz) Based Lab-on-a-Chip for Label Free Detection of Multiple Bioagents
Terahertz Sensors for Lab-on-a Chip Biomolecular Detection and Imaging
Nanophotonic Integrated Circuit for Terahertz Waveguide Source and Imaging
Micromechanical Focal Plane Arrays for Lab-on-a-Chip THz Sensors
Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem Sensor
Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem Sensor
Frequency Modulated, Long-Wave Infrared Point Biosensor for Chemical Warfare Agent Detection in a LIDAR Mode
IR LASER PHOTOACOUSTIC SPECTROSCOPY POINT SENSOR FOR BIO AND CHEM SENSING
Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem Sensor
Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem Sensor
PROVA
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
A Self-cleaning Respirator Exhaust Valve
Respirator Exhalation System With Reliable Sealing
Enhanced Respirator Exhalation System
Optimal CB Sensor Placement and Allocation Algorithms
CB Sensor Array Algorithm to Improve Probability of Hazard Cloud Intercept
Methodology for Optimum Sensor Network Deployment for CBR Protection
CB Sensor Array Algorithm to Improve Probability of Hazard Cloud Intercept
A Comprehensive Design, Optimization, and Visualization Tool for Heterogeneous Sensor Nodes Deployment to Improve Prob


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A Kinetic Approach For Dispersion of Fine Particle Chemical or Biological Agents
Source Term Model for Fine Particles off Indoor Surfaces
Development of a Particulate Re-Suspension Model for Indoor Environments using DNS
Bactericidal Composite Coating
Low cost colloidal silver based self sanitizing surface treatment
Contact-active antimicrobial coatings
Nanostructured Coated Hydrogels for Self Sanitizing Applications
Multifunctional Antibacterial Coatings with Spore Killing Capabilities
Self-Sanitizing DPA Films for Military and Industrial Use
Preparation Method for a Multi-Functional Self Sanitizing Surface
Chemical and Biological Decontamination with Plasma Treatment
Self Sanitizing Thin Films Using Discrete Toxicant/Germinant Surface Features by Layer-by-Layer Deposition of Polyelectrolyte
Quorum-Sensing Interference Compound Inhibition of Bacterial Biofilms
Smart Multilayer Nanofiber Membranes for Aerosol Collection and Separation
Novel Aerosol Collection Device
A Device for Aerosolized Chem-Bio Threats Sampling and Archiving
Effective System for Live Capture and Archiving of Aerosolized Chem-Bio Threats
Nanotechnology Supported Aerosolized Collection Methods for Biological and Chemical Threats
Development of a Nanofiber-Based Collector for the Concentration of Airborne Microorganisms
Nanotechnology Supported Aerosolized Collection Methods for Chem-Bio Threats
One-Step Aerosolized Collection and Archiving of Biowarfare Agents at Ambient Temperatures
Aerosolized Threat Agent Concentration and Capture on Nanofibers with Linked Archiving and Purification
Nanostructured Biocompatible Aerogel-coated Microstructured Array Collector for CB Threats
Nanotechnology Supported Aerosolized Collection Methods for Chem-Bio Threats
Nanotechnology Supported Aerosolized Collection Methods for Chem-Bio Threats
Real-Time Spirometer Based on Accurate Air Flow Measurement
Development of Fullerene Protectants Against Organophosphorous Compounds
Development of novel therapeutic approaches for exposure to chemical agents
Development of novel therapeutic approaches for exposure to chemical agents
Aptamer Antidotes for GA, GF and VX
Therapeutic Cholinesterase-Hydrolase
Development of novel therapeutic approaches for exposure to chemical agents
Combination therapy for sulfur mustard poisoning
Development of novel therapeutic approaches for exposure to chemical agents
Novel erythropoietin therapeutics to treat chemical agent exposure
Biodegradable, Drug-Laden, Nanofiber Corneal Patch for Post Exposure HD Therapy
Development of novel countermeasure against acute cyanide toxicity
A Combined Biophysical/Biochemical Approach to Treating Acute Lung Injury Induced by Exposure to Chemical Agents
Bioengineered Antimicrobial Lipopeptides in Host Defense
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Adaptive Bioinformatics Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Highly Queriable Integrated DMS for Biodefense Research
Meta-Data Table Framework for Extendable, Customizable and Portable Biodefense Database Management
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research


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Biodefense Data Warehouse
Electrokinetic Personal Air Ventilation System
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Innovative Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Micromachined Ultra-High Flow Cleanable Airfilter for Hazardous Environments
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Intake Blower & Filtration System
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Design of a Compact Personal Ventilation/Filtration System
Omnidirectional Isokinetic Sensor Inlet System (OISIS)
High Efficiency CBR Sensor Inlet
An Isokinetic Sampling Inlet System for CBR Particle Monitoring
High Efficiency CBR Sensor Inlet
High Efficiency CBR Sensor Inlet
Evolution Strategy-based Sensor Array Configuration (ESSAC)
Development of an Integrated Database Management System for Biodefense Research
Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS)
Multi-component Chemical/Biological Aircraft Decontamination Process
Immediate Biodecontamination System
Generic Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indicator
Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment System
A Portable Aerosol Sampler Based on Nanotube Films
Novel Sampling Inlet with Low Pressure Drop Microstructured Array Collector




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PRO_COST     COST DURATION OCOST ODURATION
     99993   69997        6 29996          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99987   69993        6 29994          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99854   69905        6 29949          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99897   69941        6 29956          3
     99891   69941        6 29950          3
     97985   69884        6 28101          3
     91995   66782        6 25213          3
     99936   69962        6 29974          3
     98587   69143        6 29444          3
     69383   69383        6     0          0
     99975   69985        6 29990          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99933   69967        6 29966          3
     99558   69826        6 29732          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99986   69998        6 29988          3
     99355   69780        6 29575          3
     99924   69938        6 29986          3
     99947   69963        6 29984          3
     99802   69922        6 29880          3
     99980   70000        6 29980          3
     99900   69900        6 30000          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99994   69995        6 29999          3
     99949   69949        6 30000          3
     99942   69959        6 29983          3
     99915   70000        6 29915          3
     99952   69988        6 29964          3
     69926   69926        6     0          0
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99888   69953        6 29935          3
     99989   69990        6 29999          3
     99935   69940        6 29995          3
     99945   70000        6 29945          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99884   69963        6 29921          3
     99962   69981        6 29981          3
     99565   69648        6 29917          3
     99917   69977        6 29940          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3
     99599   69944        6 29655          3
     99986   69987        6 29999          3
     99998   69999        6 29999          3
    100000   70000        6 30000          3


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 70000   70000   6       0          0
 99468   69856   6   29612          3
 69794   69794   6       0          0
 99954   69982   6   29972          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99716   69737   6   29979          3
 99844   69981   6   29863          3
 99980   69985   6   29995          3
 99917   69966   6   29951          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 69071   69071   6       0          0
 99998   69999   6   29999          0
 99886   69913   6   29973          3
 99984   69990   6   29994          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99884   69953   6   29931          3
 98891   69764   6   29127          3
 99588   69827   6   29761          3
 99029   69357   6   29672          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99988   70000   6   29988          3
 99829   69879   6   29950          3
 99921   69983   6   29938          3
 99888   69941   6   29947          3
 94812   69932   6   24880          3
 99913   69935   6   29978          3
 99943   69999   6   29944          3
 99941   69975   6   29966          3
 99995   70000   6   29995          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99964   69973   6   29991          3
 99948   69987   6   29961          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99971   69971   6   30000          3
 99998   69999   6   29999          3
 99904   69933   6   29971          3
 99937   69937   6   30000          3
 99874   69965   6   29909          3
 99990   69998   6   29992          3
 99919   69949   6   29970          3
 99994   69999   6   29995          3
 99300   69800   4   29500          2
 99967   69979   6   29988          3
 69993   69993   6       0          0
 98000   70000   4   28000          2
 99870   69990   6   29880          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3


                              Page 24
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 99689   69856   6   29833          3
 99974   69989   6   29985          3
 99880   69943   6   29937          3
 99968   69974   6   29994          3
 99885   69950   6   29935          3
 99989   69996   6   29993          3
 99541   69714   6   29827          3
 99059   69954   6   29105          3
 69903   69903   4       0          0
 99479   69861   6   29618          3
 91994   64562   5   27432          2
 99832   69887   3   29945          3
 99976   69997   6   29979          3
 99997   69998   6   29999          3
 99696   69942   6   29754          3
 99878   69954   6   29924          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99997   69998   6   29999          3
 99721   69952   6   29769          3
 99967   69977   6   29990          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3
 99965   69974   6   29991          3
 99759   69948   6   29811          3
 69996   69996   6       0          0
 99908   69922   6   29986          3
 99998   69999   6   29999          3
100000   70000   6   30000          3




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FIRM                                         ADDR1
Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc.           44 Hunt Street
NanoScale Materials, Inc.                    1310 Research Park Drive
Physical Optics Corporation                  Photonic Systems Division
BlazeTech Corp.                              24 Thorndike St.
Entropic Systems, Inc.                       P.O. Box 397
MedPlasma, LLC                               36 John James Audubon Way
Mainstream Engineering Corporation           200 Yellow Place
Eltron Research, Inc.                        4600 Nautilus Court South
Lynntech, Inc.                               7607 Eastmark Drive, Suite 102
TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.                         200 TURNPIKE ROAD
Guild Associates, Inc.                       5750 Shier Rings Rd
SEILER INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (SEICOR)    1360 TRUXTUN AVE. STE 103
Isotron Corporation                          1443 N. Northlake Way
MicroCell Technologies, LLC                  410 Great Road, Suite C-2
MIOX Corporation                             5601 Balloon Fiesta Parkway
EUROASIAN ENTERPRISES                        5829 Topp Court
RTA Systems, Incorporated                    P.O. Box 721985
REB & Associates                             3664 Gloucester Drive
TDA Research, Inc.                           12345 W. 52nd Ave.
TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.                         200 TURNPIKE ROAD
ASSAY TECHNOLOGY, INC.                       1252 Quarry Lane
Seacoast Science, Inc                        2151 Las Palmas Drive Suite C
Synkera Technologies Inc.                    2021 Miller Dr.
Microteq, LLC                                230 Clearfield Ave
NP Photonics, Inc.                           UA Science and Technology Park
Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc.           1195 Atlas Road
Redondo Optics, Inc.                         811 N. Catalina Avenue, Suite 3120
InnoSense LLC                                2531 West 237th Street
OpthUS                                       P.O. Box 70056
Applied Research and Photonics, Inc.         470 Friendship Road, Suite 10
Delta Defense Dynamics, LLC                  P.O. Box 23555
EPIR Technologies Inc                        590 Territorial Drive, Suite B
South Bay Science and Technology Corp        7525 W. 81st St.,
InnoSense LLC                                2531 West 237th Street
APIC Corporation                             5800 Uplander Way
DPSS Lasers Inc.                             2525 Walsh Ave.
QuantaSpec Inc.                              PO Box 163
21st Century Technologies Inc.               4515 Seton Center Parkway
Technical Solutions, Inc.                    1845 Northwestern
Sytronics, Inc.                              4433 Dayton-Xenia Road
Applied Sciences Laboratory, Inc.            P.O. Box 21158
Metis Design Corporation                     10 Canal Park
Signal.X Technologies LLC                    P.O box 85
Physical Sciences Inc.                       20 New England Business Center
Creare Inc.                                  P.O. Box 71
Infoscitex Corporation                       303 Bear Hill Road
Scientific Systems Company, Inc              500 West Cummings Park - Ste 3000
MESH, Inc.                                   114 Barnsley Road
ADA Technologies, Inc.                       8100 Shaffer Parkway
DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation               1235 South Clark Street
SIGNAL PROCESSING, INC.                      13619 Valley Oak Circle


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Nielsen Engineering & Research, Inc.                     605 Ellis Street, Suite 200
AeroSoft, Inc.                                           1872 Pratt Drive, Suite 1275
Isothermal Systems Research                              2218 North Molter Road
Physical Optics Corporation                              Photonic Systems Division
NanoSonic, Inc.                                          P.O. Box 618
Materials Modification Inc                               2721-D Merrilee Drive
Spire Corporation                                        One Patriots Park
Dendritech, Inc.                                         3110 Schuette Drive
Operational Technologies Corporation                     4100 N. W. Loop 410
Infoscitex Corporation                                   303 Bear Hill Road
MicroStructure Technologies Inc.                         604 West Evergreen
Transcendent Technolgies, LLC                            109 Timberwood Drive
Microbe Inotech Laboratories Inc.                        7259 Lansdowne Avenue
Physical Sciences Inc.                                   20 New England Business Center
Physical Optics Corporation                              Photonic Systems Division
Lynntech, Inc.                                           7607 Eastmark Drive, Suite 102
Lynntech, Inc.                                           7607 Eastmark Drive, Suite 102
Luna Innovations Incorporated                            1703 S Jefferson Street, SW
Sentor Technologies Inc.                                 11551 Nuckols Rd.
Nantero, Inc.                                            25E Olympia Avenue
Universal Stabilization Technologies, Inc.               4050 Sorrento Valley Blvd, Suite L
Microchip Biotechnologies                                6693 Sierra Lane
MicroStructure Technologies Inc.                         604 West Evergreen
Advanced Anti-Terror Technologies Corp. (A2T2)           896 W Minneola Ave.
FemtoGen                                                 P.O. Box 3747
CFD Research Corporation                                 215 Wynn Dr., 5th Floor
Luna Innovations Incorporated                            1703 S Jefferson Street, SW
ProCell Corporation                                      9700 Great Seneca Highway
ANP Technologies, Inc.                                   824 Interchange Boulevard
Operational Technologies Corporation                     4100 N. W. Loop 410
Infoscitex Corporation                                   303 Bear Hill Road
Caldera Pharmaceuticals, Inc.                            3491 Trinity Drive, Suite B
Pharmadyn, Inc.                                          525 Del Rey Avenue, Suite B
Research & Diagnostic Antibodies                         2645 W. Cheyenne Ave
ProtElix Inc                                             384 Foster City Blvd.
Notus Laboratories, Inc.                                 7151 Discovery Drive
GeneQuest                                                378 Wayside Drive
BiophyZica, Inc.                                         307 N. Tioga Street, Suite B.
Microbe Inotech Laboratories Inc.                        7259 Lansdowne Avenue
Quantum Intelligence, Inc.                               3375 Scott Blvd
Base One International Corporation                       44 East 12th Street, Suite 3B
Seralogix, LLC.                                          6034 W. Courtyard Dr.
Referentia Systems Incorporated                          550 Paiea Street
Orion Integrated Biosciences                             265 Centre Ave Suite 1R
Edge4 Technologies, LLC                                  45 E. City Line Ave.
BioDiscovery, Inc.                                       2121 Rosecrans Ave.
Systems Analytics                                        55 Moody Street, Suite 21
Gene Home                                                145 Winthrop Rd #3
DATA-GRID                                                1709 Myrtle Street
Crossroads Training Solutions                            6006 Greenspring Rd
CyberConnect EZ, LLC                                     37 Max Felix Dr.
Boston Biotechnology Corporation                         64 Grove St.


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Intelligent Automation Corporation                       13029 Danielson Street
Physical Optics Corporation                              Photonic Systems Division
Adaptive Methods, Inc                                    5885 Trinity Parkway
R&D Dynamics Corporation                                 15 Barber Pond Road
Guild Associates, Inc.                                   5750 Shier Rings Rd
Space Hardware Optimization Technology, Inc.             7200 Highway 150
Omega Piezo Technologies                                 2591 Clyde Ave.
nVizix                                                   381 Main Street
R*BAT, Inc.                                              8878 Myrtle Hill Dr.
New World Associates, Inc.                               641 Prince Edward Street
Compressics, Inc.                                        109 West Dudley Town Road
Global Secure Training, Inc                              10485 Theodore Green Blvd
Allred & Associates Inc.                                 Phoenix Building
CFD Research Corporation                                 215 Wynn Dr., 5th Floor
Technology in Blacksburg, Inc.                           2901 Prosperity Rd
MSP Corporation                                          5910 Rice Creek Parkway, Suite 300
Particle Systems                                         4619 Luxberry Drive
Boise Technology, Inc.                                   5465 E Terra Linda Way
Charles River Analytics Inc.                             625 Mount Auburn Street
SeiraD, Inc.                                             3900 Paseo del Sol
Concepts ETI, Inc.                                       217 Billings Farm Road
Luna Innovations Incorporated                            1703 S Jefferson Street, SW
METSS Corporation                                        300 Westdale Avenue
Guild Associates, Inc.                                   5750 Shier Rings Rd
Sensimetrics Corporation                                 48 Grove Street
Materials & Electrochemical Research (MER) Corp.         7960 S. Kolb Rd.
MicroStructure Technologies Inc.                         604 West Evergreen




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ADDR2                            CITY                  STATE   ZIPCODE      ZIP     ZIP4
                                 Watertown             MA      02472-4699   02472   4699
                                 Manhattan             KS      66502-5068   66502   5068
20600 Gramercy Place, Bldg 100   Torrance              CA      90501-1821   90501   1821
                                 Cambridge             MA      02141-1882   02141   1882
                                 Winchester            MA      01890-0597   01890   0597
                                 Marlton               NJ      08053        08053
Pines Industrial Center          Rockledge             FL      32955-5327   32955   5327
                                 Boulder               CO      80301-3241   80301   3241
                                 College Station       TX      77840        77840
                                 CHELMSFORD            MA      01824        01824
P.O. Box 8013                    Dublin                OH      43016-2013   43016   2013
                                 NORTH CHARLESTON      SC      29405        29405
                                 Seattle               WA      98103        98103
                                 Littleton             MA      01460-0000   01460   0000
                                 Albuquerque           NM      87113        87113
5829 Topp Court                  Carmichael            CA      95670-4755   95670   4755
                                 Norman                OK      73070-0721   73070   0721
                                 Lexington             KY      40510-9753   40510   9753
                                 Wheat Ridge           CO      80033-1916   80033   1916
                                 CHELMSFORD            MA      01824        01824
                                 Pleasanton            CA      94566        94566
                                 Carlsbad              CA      92011        92011
Suite B                          Longmont              CO      80501-6787   80501   6787
Suite 109                        Virginia Beach        VA      23462        23462
9030 S. Rita Road, Suite #120    Tucson                AZ      85747-9108   85747   9108
                                 Columbia              SC      29209        29209
                                 Redondo Beach         CA      90277-2198   90277   2198
Suite 127                        Torrance              CA      90505-5245   90505   5245
                                 Sunnyvale             CA      94086-0056   94086   0056
                                 Harrisburg            PA      17111        17111
                                 Knoxville             TN      37933        37933
                                 Bolingbrook           IL      60440-4881   60440   4881
                                 Playa del Rey         CA      90293-8808   90293   8808
Suite 127                        Torrance              CA      90505-5245   90505   5245
                                 Culver City           CA      90230        90230
                                 Santa Clara           CA      95051        95051
                                 Essex Junction        VT      05453        05453
Suite 320                        Austin                TX      78759-5731   78759   5731
Suite B                          El Paso               TX      79912-1123   79912   1123
Building 1                       Dayton                OH      45432-1805   45432   1805
                                 Albuquerque           NM      87154-1158   87154   1158
Suite 601                        Cambridge             MA      02141        02141
                                 Milford               MI      48381        48381
                                 Andover               MA      01810-1077   01810   1077
                                 Hanover               NH      03755        03755
                                 Waltham               MA      02451-1016   02451   1016
                                 Woburn                MA      01801        01801
                                 Oxford                PA      19363        19363
Suite #130                       Littleton             CO      80127-4107   80127   4107
Suite 400                        Arlington             VA      22202        22202
                                 ROCKVILLE             MD      20850-3572   20850   3572


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                                 Mountain View            CA   94043-2241   94043   2241
                                 Blacksburg               VA   24060        24060
                                 Liberty Lake             WA   99019        99019
20600 Gramercy Place, Bldg 100   Torrance                 CA   90501-1821   90501   1821
                                 Christiansburg           VA   24068        24068
                                 Fairfax                  VA   22031-4429   22031   4429
                                 Bedford                  MA   01730-2396   01730   2396
                                 Midland                  MI   48642        48642
Suite 230                        San Antonio              TX   78229-4253   78229   4253
                                 Waltham                  MA   02451-1016   02451   1016
                                 Vancouver                WA   98660-3032   98660   3032
                                 Mountain Top             PA   18707        18707
Suite 200                        St. Louis                MO   63119-3421   63119   3421
                                 Andover                  MA   01810-1077   01810   1077
20600 Gramercy Place, Bldg 100   Torrance                 CA   90501-1821   90501   1821
                                 College Station          TX   77840        77840
                                 College Station          TX   77840        77840
Suite 400                        Roanoke                  VA   24016        24016
Suite Q                          Glen Allen               VA   23060        23060
                                 Woburn                   MA   01801        01801
                                 San Diego                CA   92121        92121
Suite F                          Dublin                   CA   94568-2663   94568   2663
                                 Vancouver                WA   98660-3032   98660   3032
Suite 57                         Clermont                 FL   34711-2118   34711   2118
                                 Saint Louis              MO   63022-3747   63022   3747
                                 Huntsville               AL   35805        35805
Suite 400                        Roanoke                  VA   24016        24016
Suite 182                        Rockville                MD   20850-3307   20850   3307
                                 Newark                   DE   19711        19711
Suite 230                        San Antonio              TX   78229-4253   78229   4253
                                 Waltham                  MA   02451-1016   02451   1016
                                 Los Alamos               NM   87544        87544
                                 Sunnyvale                CA   94085-3515   94085   3515
                                 North Las Vegas          NV   89032        89032
                                 Foster City              CA   94404        94404
                                 Chattanooga              TN   37416        37416
                                 Dayton                   OH   45440-3373   45440   3373
                                 Ithaca                   NY   14850        14850
Suite 200                        St. Louis                MO   63119-3421   63119   3421
Suite 100                        Santa Clara              CA   95054-3111   95054   3111
                                 New York                 NY   10003        10003
Suite 150                        Austin                   TX   78730        78730
Suite #236                       Honolulu                 HI   96819        96819
                                 New Rochelle             NY   10805-2426   10805   2426
Number 467                       Bala Cynwyd              PA   19004        19004
Suite 3315                       El Segundo               CA   90245-4359   90245   4359
                                 Waltham                  MA   02453-5343   02453   5343
                                 Brookline                MA   02445        02445
                                 Oakland                  CA   94607-3341   94607   3341
                                 Fredericksburg           VA   22407        22407
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Suite 200                        Poway                        CA   92064        92064
20600 Gramercy Place, Bldg 100   Torrance                     CA   90501-1821   90501   1821
Suite 230                        Centreville                  VA   20120        20120
                                 Bloomfield                   CT   06002        06002
P.O. Box 8013                    Dublin                       OH   43016-2013   43016   2013
                                 Greenville                   IN   47124-9515   47124   9515
                                 State College                PA   16801        16801
                                 Westport                     CT   06880-2005   06880   2005
                                 St. Francisville             LA   70775        70775
                                 Fredericksburg               VA   22401-5910   22401   5910
                                 Bloomfield                   CT   06002-1379   06002   1379
                                 White Plains                 MD   20695        20695
2 South Street, Suite 404        Auburn                       NY   13021        13021
                                 Huntsville                   AL   35805        35805
                                 Blacksburg                   VA   24060        24060
                                 Shoreview                    MN   55126-5023   55126   5023
                                 Fairfax                      VA   22032        22032
                                 Nampa                        ID   83687        83687
                                 Cambridge                    MA   02138-4555   02138   4555
                                 Santa Fe                     NM   87507-4202   87507   4202
                                 White River Jct              VT   05001-9486   05001   9486
Suite 400                        Roanoke                      VA   24016        24016
                                 Westerville                  OH   43082-8962   43082   8962
P.O. Box 8013                    Dublin                       OH   43016-2013   43016   2013
Suite 305                        Somerville                   MA   02144-2500   02144   2500
                                 Tucson                       AZ   85706-9237   85706   9237
                                 Vancouver                    WA   98660-3032   98660   3032




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http://www.rmdinc.com       Dr.                     Staff Scientist
                                                                (617)
                                        Senerath Palamakumbura 668-6800                 (617) 926-9980
www.nanoactive.com          Dr.                                 (785)
                                        Janis Voo Senior Scientist 537-0179 130         (785) 537-0226
www.poc.com                 Dr.                     Principal Scientist320-3088
                                        Gregory Zeltser         (310)                   (310) 320-4667
 www.blazetech.com          Dr.                     Vice President
                                        Venkat Devarakonda (617) 661-0700   17          (617) 661-9242
www.entropicsystems.com     Dr.                     President (781) 938-7588
                                        Robert Kaiser                       22          (781) 938-7589
http://www.medplasma.com/   Mr.                     Chief       (312)
                                        Gregory Fridman Scientist 371-7947              (215) 895-1633
www.mainstream-engr.com     Dr.                     PI/Sr.      (321) 631-3550
                                        Dwight D. Back Chemcial Engineer                (321) 631-3552
www.eltronresearch.com      Dr.                     Senior Chemist
                                        Wayne E. Buschmann (303) 530-0263   124         (303) 530-0264
http://www.lynntech.com/    Dr.                     Sr. Research Scientist
                                        Waheguru Singh          (979) 693-0017          (979) 764-5794
www.tritonsys.com           Dr.                     Principal (978) 250-4200
                                        Lawino Kagumba Investigator 242                 (978) 250-4533
                            Dr.                     PI
                                        David Schofield         (843) 573-0095          (843) 573-0707
 www.seicor.com             Mr.         Carl Holland            (843) 554-5628
                                                    Principal Investigator
http://www.isotron.net                              Project Manager 632-0713
                                        Jayne Shelton           (206)                   (206) 260-7014
www.microcell-tech.com      Dr.                     President (978) 952-6947
                                        Michael C. Kimble                               (978) 952-6911
www.miox.com                Dr.         Susan Rivera                        1050
                                                    Biochemist (505) 343-0090           (505) 343-0093
Yahoo EAMSLP                Mr.                     P           (916)
                                        Larry J Poye rogram Director 359-7817
www.rtasys.com              Mr.                                 (918) 331-0214
                                        Lyle Burns Vice President R&D                   (405) 360-3872
                            Mr.         Ron Bingham President (859) 312-5516
http://www.tda.com          Dr.                     Senior      (303)
                                        Steven Gebhard Chemist 940-2325                 (303) 422-7763
www.tritonsys.com           Dr.         Glyn Wellum             (978) 250-4200
                                                    Principal Investigator 211          (978) 250-4533
www.assaytech.com           Dr.         C.R. Manning            (925) 461-8880
                                                                            213
                                                    President &Technical Director       (925) 461-7149
www.seacoastscience.com     Dr.                                 (760)
                                        Todd MlsnaPresident / CTO 268-0083  13          (760) 268-0662
www.synkera.com             Ms.                     Sr. Scientist/Product Manager
                                        Debra Deininger                     105
                                                                (720) 494-8401          (720) 494-8402
                            Dr.                     President (757) 456-5300
                                        Kirollos S. Kirollos                            (757) 456-5305
www.npphotonics.com         Mr.         Wei Shi                 (520) 799-7413
                                                    Senior Optical Engineer             (520) 799-7411
 www.s-et.com               Dr.                                 (803) 647-9757
                                        Nezih Pala Research Scientist                   (803) 647-9770
www.redondooptics.com       Dr.                     Chief Excecutive 292-7673
                                        Edgar A. Mendoza        (310) Officer/President (310) 406-1297
www.innosense.us            Dr.                     Team
                                        Shelly J. Mechery Leader            116
                                                                (310) 530-2011          (310) 530-2099
www.opth.us                 Dr.                     CTO
                                        Andrey Chebotarev       (408) 343-0197
http://arphotonics.net/     Dr.         Anis Rahman CTO         (717) 220-1003
                            Dr.                     Senior      (865)
                                        William Lawrence Scientist 406-2310             (865) 966-2618
www.epir.com                Dr.         Tae Seok LeeEngineer (630) 771-0203             (630) 771-0204
                            Dr.                                 (310) 378-4961
                                        David CohnDirector of Technology                (310) 378-4961
www.innosense.us            Dr.                     Team
                                        Shelly J. Mechery Leader            116
                                                                (310) 530-2011          (310) 530-2099
www.apichip.com             Dr.                     Director of Optical Systems
                                        Koichi Sayano                       125
                                                                (310) 642-7975          (310) 642-7829
www.DPSS-Lasers.com         Mr.         Alex Laymon President (408) 988-4300            (408) 988-4305
www.quantaspec.com          Mr.                      Puzey
                                        Kenneth A. President (802) 878-8410             (802) 878-7600
www.21technologies.com      Dr.         Matt McClain            (512) Engineer
                                                    Senior Research 342-0010            (512) 342-0196
                            Mr.                      Tirabassi (732) 431-6606
                                        Benjamin J.Principal Investigator               (732) 625-9814
www.sytronics.com           Dr.                     Principal Investigator
                                        Scott Grigsby           (937) 431-6110          (937) 431-6410
www.asl-abq.com             Dr.                     President
                                        Richard D. Jimenez (505) 828-1848               (505) 828-1952
www.MetisDesign.com         Dr.         Seth KesslerPresident (617) 661-5616203         (617) 507-6626
www.signalxtech.com         Mr.                     General     (248)
                                        Michael F. Albright Manager935-4237             (248) 366-8859
http://www.psicorp.com      Dr.                     Principal Scientist689-0003
                                        Marten F. Byl           (978)       8127        (978) 689-3232
www.creare.com                                      Principal (603) 643-3800
                                        Michael G. Izenson Engineer         2405        (603) 643-4657
www.infoscitex.com          Mr.                     Manager, Electromechanical Systems 890-1330
                                        James H. Goldie                     235
                                                                (781) 890-1338          (781)
www.ssci.com                Dr.                     Group Leader-Tracking and Fusion
                                        Adel El-Fallah                      222
                                                                (781) 933-5355          (781) 938-4752
www.meshoxford.com          Dr.                     V           (610)
                                        Larry B. Grimice President 932-7754 117
www.adatech.com             Mr.                     Distributed Sensors Program Manager 792-5633
                                        Patrick French                      275
                                                                (303) 792-5615          (303)
www.dac.us                  Mr.         Andrew David            (703)
                                                    Senior Engineer 682-1529            (703) 414-5066
                            Dr.                     Chief       (240) Officer
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www.nearinc.com             Dr.                Y. Chou (650) 968-9457
                                  Harrison S. Research Scientist       247      (650) 968-1410
www.aerosft.com             Dr.               Sr. Research Scientist
                                  Andrew G. Godfrey       (540) 557-1900        (540) 557-1919
www.spraycool.com           Mr.               Thermal (509)
                                  John Schwarzkopf Analyst 336-7826             (509) 336-7836
www.poc.com                 Dr.               Principal Scientist320-3088
                                  Gregory Zeltser         (310)                 (310) 320-4667
http://www.nanosonic.com    Mr.               Principal Investigator
                                  Theodore Distler        (540) 953-1785        (540) 953-5022
 www.matmod.com             Dr.               Director, Biomedical Research
                                  Joseph Montes                        18
                                                          (703) 560-1371        (703) 560-1372
 www.spirecorp.com          Mr.   Arash Aslani            (781) 275-6000
                                              Staff Materials Scientist238      (781) 275-7470
www.dendritech.com          Dr.               Research Scientist
                                  Steven Kaganove                      543
                                                          (989) 832-5555        (989) 496-2051
www.otcorp.com              Dr.               Senior Scientist 731-0015
                                  John G. Bruno           (210)        2228     (210) 731-0041
www.infoscitex.com          Ms.               Project Engineer 890-1338
                                  Heather Kauth           (781)        285      (781) 890-1330
www.MicroST.com             Mr.               Dircetor    (360) 694-3704
                                  Joseph Birminghamof Technology                (360) 694-3747
                            Mr.               Research (979) 204-4728
                                  Theodore Eisenbach Associate
www.microbeinotech.com      Dr.               Research Director
                                  Nihal S. DeSilva                     104
                                                          (314) 645-2177        (314) 645-2544
http://www.psicorp.com      Dr.               Principal Scientist689-0003
                                  Jeffrey W. Bacon        (978)        8264     (978) 689-3232
www.poc.com                 Dr.                Michaelis (310) 320-3088
                                  B. Matthew Research Scientist                 (310) 320-4667
http://www.lynntech.com/    Dr.                Rhodes (979) 693-0017
                                  ChristopherResearch Scientist                 (979) 764-5794
http://www.lynntech.com/    Dr.   Bikas Vaidya            (979) 693-0017
                                              Research Scientist                (979) 764-5794
www.lunainnovations.com     Mr.                           (540) 552-5128
                                  Pratik ShahPrincipal Investigator             (540) 951-0760
www.sentorinc.com           Dr.               Staff
                                  Royal Kessick Scientist (804) 270-1411        (804) 270-3578
www.nantero.com             Mr.               Program Manager
                                  Gerry C. Taylor         (727) 512-6756        (781) 207-8118
                            Dr.               President &(858) 625-2890
                                  Victor Bronshtein        CSO                  (858) 625-2897
                            Dr.               S            Scientist
                                  Joanne Hornenior Staff(925) 558-2206          (925) 558-2156
www.MicroST.com             Mr.               Director    (360) 694-3704
                                  Joseph Birminghamof Technology                (360) 694-3747
WWW.AT-T2.COM               Dr.               Chief       (407)
                                  Guckenberger Scientist 469-2258
                            Dr.               Research Manager
                                  Chao-Nan Ting           (425) 770-0896
www.cfdrc.com               Dr.   Xincheng Yao            (256) Scientist
                                              Senior Research 726-4800 4849     (256) 726-4807
www.lunainnovations.com     Dr.                Wilson     (434) 483-4200
                                  Stephen R. Principal Investigator             (434) 483-4195
                            Dr.               CSO
                                  Yvonne Rosenberg        (240) 453-6247        (240) 453-6208
www.anptinc.com             Dr.   Ray Yin                 (302) 283-1730
                                              President and CTO                 (302) 283-1733
www.otcorp.com              Dr.               Senior Scientist 731-0015
                                  John G. Bruno           (210)        2228     (219) 731-0041
www.infoscitex.com          Dr.               Senior      (781)
                                  Vladimir Gilman Engineer 890-1338    224      (781) 890-1330
www.cpsci.com               Dr.   Eva BirnbaumCSO         (505) 661-2420        (302) 347-1326
www.pharmadyn.com           Dr.               Chief       (415) 260-9918
                                  Peter K. Chiang Scientific Officer            (408) 850-3588
www.RDAbs.com               Dr.               Director of Research
                                  Robert Webber           (702) 638-7800        (702) 638-7801
www.protelix.com            Dr.               Director of Protein Engineering
                                  Sunai Raillard                       123
                                                          (650) 212-7070        (650) 212-7007
                            Dr.               President
                                  L. Raymond DeBarge (423) 504-7921             (423) 267-6265
                            Dr.                           (937) 286-6224
                                  Yee Wong President / Principle Investigator   (937) 426-0748
www.biophyzica.com          Dr.               C           (201) 767-8345
                                  Bashir Zikria hief Science Officer            (845) 622-3599
www.microbeinotech.com      Dr.               Research Director
                                  Nihal S. DeSilva                     104
                                                          (314) 645-2177        (314) 645-2544
www.quantumii.com           Dr.                            Technology Officer
                                  Ying Zhao P.I., Chief (408) 980-0090          (760) 875-8779
www.boic.com                Mr.               President &(212) 673-2511
                                  Steven Asherman          CTO                  (212) 673-2547
www.seralogix.com           Mr.               Dir.        (512) 828-7955
                                  Brian Kamery Bioinformatics S/W2Develop       (512) 828-6944
www.referentia.com          Mr.                Shawver (808) 423-1900
                                  Matthew A. Software Engineer         111      (808) 423-1960
265 Centre Ave Suite 1R     Mr.               Research Director
                                  Willy Valdivia          (800) 283-0169        (888) 213-9938
www.edge4technologies.com   Mr.                           (443) 386-9418
                                  Ken StoneySenior Principal Consultant
www.biodiscovery.com        Dr.   Soheil Shams            (310) 414-8100
                                              Cheif Scientific Officer 221      (310) 414-8111
www.SystemsAnalytics.com    Dr.   John Zhang  President (781) 398-2233 301      (781) 398-2234
www.gene-home.com           Mr.   David UlrichPresident (617) 566-1341
www.data-grid.com           Dr.               Chief       (510)
                                  Craig Schaffert Architect 452-6465            (253) 550-5025
www.cts-va.com              Mr.               Project Manager 898-8190
                                  Jason Doering           (540)                 (540) 898-8192
                            Mr.                           Technical Staff
                                  Ravi Nori Member of (860) 428-5109            (860) 429-6581
                            Dr.               Project     (617)
                                  Knut Langsetmo Leader 658-7842                (617) 972-1753


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www.iac-online.com           Dr.    Joel Bock Scientist (858) 679-4140 126       (858) 679-4144
www.poc.com                  Dr.                Senior      (310) Scientist
                                    Matthew Rickard Research 320-3088            (310) 320-4667
                             Mr.                Director of Mechanical 106
                                    James Wiggins                      Systems
                                                            (301) 840-8722       (301) 975-1067
www.rddynamics.com           Dr.    Giri Agrawal            (860) 726-1204
                                                President and Chief Engineer     (860) 726-1206
                             Mr.                Principal Investigator
                                    Mark Noltimier          (614) 798-8215       (614) 798-1972
www.shot.com                 Mr.                Project     (812)
                                    Alan Constance Manager 923-9581              (812) 923-9598
www.omegapiezo.com           Dr.    Adam Yocum              (814) 861-4160
                                                Senior Development Engineer      (814) 861-4165
www.nvizix.com               Dr.                Chief       (203) Officer
                                    David R. Winn Technology984-3993
                             Mr.                            (713) 946-2785
                                    Al Wheeler Principal Investigator            (713) 946-2785
www.newworldassociates.com   Dr.                Director    (540) 373-1435
                                    Thomas Van Doren of Engineering205           (540) 371-5069
                             Mr.                CEO/        (860) 218-2220
                                    Hassan Obahi Dir. Engineering                (860) 218-2423
www.globalsecurecorp.com     Mr.    Jack Sawicki            (703)
                                                Vice President 299-0033224       (703) 299-9033
www.allredcorp.com           Mr.    JB Allred President (315) 252-2559           (315) 252-0502
www.cfdrc.com                Dr.    Kapil Pant Group Leader            4871
                                                            (256) 726-4800       (256) 726-4807
www.techsburg.com            Mrs.               Research Engineer
                                    Sandra Gunter                      211
                                                            (540) 961-4401       (540) 961-5389
www.mspcorp.com              Dr.    James Marti             (615) 287-8119
                                                Director of Research             (651) 287-8140
                             Dr.                President (301) 461-1615
                                    Madhav B. Ranade                             (703) 323-4619
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                                    Michael HillPresident/Senior Scientist       (208) 562-3650
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www.seirad.com               Dr.                            (505) 438-1881
                                    Callum BellDirector of Informatics 117       (505) 438-2587
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                                    Dan Hinch VP Engineering 280-6100            (802) 296-2325
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                                    Rebecca Martin          (540) 552-5128       (540) 951-0760
www.metss.com                Dr.                Senior      (614)
                                    Kenneth Heater Engineer 797-2200   111       (614) 797-2201
                             Dr.                PI
                                    Mathew Smiechowski (614) 798-8215            (614) 798-1972
www.sens.com                 Dr.                President (617) 625-0600
                                    Patrick M.Zurek                    237       (617) 625-6612
www.mercorp.com              Dr.                            (520) 574-1980
                                    Tim Lowe Senior Scientist/PI       128       (520) 574-1983
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                       C
PM_EMAILCO_PREFIX O_NAME CO_TITLE CO_PHONE                     CO_EXT    CO_FAX
            Dr.        Gerald Entine
SPalamakumbura@RMDInc.com President (617) 668-6800                       (617) 926-9980
            Mr.
jvoo@nanoscalecorp.com             VP          (785)
                       Aaron Madisonof Finance 537-0179 104              (785) 537-0226
            Mr.
sutama@poc.com         Gordon Drew             (310) 320-3088
                                   Chief Financial Officer               (310) 320-4667
            Dr.        N.
venkat@blazetech.com Albert Moussa President (617) 661-0700 10           (617) 661-9242
            Dr.        Robert
rkaiser@entropicsystems.comKaiser  President (781) 938-7588 22           (781) 938-7589
            Mr.
gregfridman@gmail.com              Chief       (614) 668-8660
                       Terrence Connor Executive Officer                 (614) 841-1117
            Mr.        Michael
ddb@mainstream-engr.com Rizzo      Controller (321) 631-3550             (321) 631-3552
            Mr.        James       Finance     (303) 530-0263 111
eltron@eltronresearch.com Steven Beck and Contracts Manager              (303) 530-0264
            Dr.        G. Duncan Vice President
waheguru.singh@lynntech.com Hitchens (979) 693-0017                      (979) 764-5794
            Mr.        Francis
lkagumba@tritonsystems.com VeronesiController (978) 250-4200 123         (978) 250-4533
            Ms.        Marcie Willem           (614) 652-6003
dschofield@guildassociates.com Program Administrator                     (614) 798-1972
            Mr.                    Director    (843) 554-5628
holland@seicor.com Robert McCulloch of Operations
            Ms.
jayne@isotron.net                  President CEO
                       Christina Lomasney &(206) 632-0713                (206) 260-7014
            Dr.        Michael     President (978) 952-6947
mkimble@microcell-tech.com C. Kimble                                     (978) 952-6911
            Mr.
srivera@miox.com                               (505) 343-0090 1021
                       Gregg MichDirector of Project Development         (505) 343-0093
            Mr.
EAMSLP@surewest.net                C           (916) 359-7817
                       Larry J Poye EO / Program Director
            Mr.
lburns@rtasys.com      Bill JohnsonPresident (405) 388-6802              (405) 360-3872
            Mr.        Ron Bingham
ronbingham@insightbb.com           President (859) 312-5516
            Mr.
gebhard@tda.com                    Vice        (303)
                       John D. Wright President 940-2300                 (303) 422-7763
            Mr.        Francis
gwellum@tritonsystems.com Veronesi Controller (978) 250-4200 123         (978) 250-4533
            Dr.        C.R.
gmanning@assaytech.com Manning                  Technical Director
                                   President &(925) 461-8880 213         (925) 461-7149
            Ms.        Louis Haerle ice President of 268-0083 11
tmlsna@seacoastscience.com         V           (760) Operations          (760) 286-0662
            Dr.
ddeininger@synkera.com              Williams    CTO
                       Stephen S. President &(720) 494-8401 103          (720) 494-8402
            Dr.        Kirollos S. Kirollos
kirollos@microteqllc.com           President (757) 456-5300              (757) 456-5305
            Mr.
wshi@npphotonics.com               Director, (520) Administration
                       James T. Fountain Contract799-7424                (520) 799-7403
            Dr.
pala@s-et.com          Remis Gaska             (803) 647-9757 14
                                   President and CEO                     (803) 647-9770
            Dr.        Edgar A. chief Excecutive Officer/President
emendoza@redondooptics.com Mendoza             (310) 292-7673            (310) 406-1297
            Ms.        Latika Datta            (310) 530-2011 102
shelly.mechery-1@innosense.us Chief Operating Officer                    (310) 530-2099
            Dr.
andrey@opth.us                     President
                       Galina Chebotareva (408) 343-0197
                       Anis
a.rahman@arphotonics.net Rahman    President (717) 566-1177
            Ms.
sr@DDD-LLC.com                     Manager (865) 386-8022
                       Pamela Workman                                    (865) 966-2618
            Dr.
tslee@epir.com                      Sivananthan
                       Sivalingam President (630) 771-0201               (630) 771-0204
            Mr.        John Ikegami
dbctechnology@earthlink.net        President (310) 337-7230              (310) 337-0318
            Ms.        Latika Datta            (310) 530-2011 102
shelly.mechery-1@innosense.us Chief Operating Officer                    (310) 530-2099
            Mr.                    Sr.         (310) 642-7975 216
sayano@apichip.com Bijian Tabrizi Contracts Manager                      (310) 642-7829
            Mr.        Alex
Alaymon@dpss-lasers.com Laymon     President (408) 988-4300              (408) 988-4305
            Mr.
kpuzey@quantaspec.com               Puzey
                       Kenneth A. President (802) 878-8410               (802) 878-7600
            Ms.        Irene Williams          (512) Officer
MMcclain@21technologies.com Chief Operations 342-0010                    (512) 342-0196
            Mr.        Michael
bentirabassi@monmouth.com V. Gearou            (915) 877-3366
                                   Secretary/Treasurer                   (915) 877-1582
            Mr.
brogers@sytronics.com              President (937) 431-6110
                       Barrett L. Myers                                  (937) 431-6410
            Dr.                    President
rjimenez@asl-abq.comRichard D. Jimenez (505) 828-1848                    (505) 828-1953
            Dr.        Seth
skessler@metisdesign.com Kessler   President (617) 661-5616 203          (617) 507-6626
            Mr.        Michael F. Albright Manager935-4237
albright@signalxtech.com           General     (248)                     (248) 366-8859
            Dr.
byl@psicorp.com                    President, PSI R&D Operations
                       B. David Green          (978) 689-0003 8146       (978) 689-3232
mgi@creare.com                     President (603) 643-3800 2487
                       James J. Barry                                    (603) 643-4657
            Mr.                    Manager, (781) 890-1338 229
jgoldie@infoscitex.comWilliam Thompson Contracts                         (781) 890-1330
            Mr.
adel@ssci.com                                  (781) 933-5355 229
                       Jay Miselis Corporate Controller                  (781) 938-4752
            Mr.
lgrim@meshoxford.com               Director
                       Dustin P. Grim          (610) 932-7754 110
            Mr.        Clifton     President (303) 792-5615 264
patrick.french@adatech.com H Brown, Jr.                                  (303) 792-5633
            Ms.                    Director, Corporate Business Admin.
andrew.david@dac.us Kelly McClelland           (703) 414-5024            (703) 414-5099
            Ms.        Chihwa
chiman.kwan@signalpro.net Yung     President (301) 315-2322


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             Dr.
chou@nearinc.com                   President
                       Marnix F. E. Dillenius (650) 968-9457 222     (650) 968-1410
             Dr.                   President
godfrey@aerosft.com William D. McGrory (540) 557-1900                (540) 557-1919
             Mr.       David K. Manager Contracts
jschwarzkopf@spraycool.com McDermott of(509) 241-4553                (509) 444-1082
             Mr.
sutama@poc.com         Gordon Drew             (310) 320-3088
                                   Chief Financial Officer           (310) 320-4667
             Mrs.
tdistler@nanosonic.com             Contracts Administrator
                       Lisa B Lawson           (540) 953-1785        (540) 953-5022
             Dr.
joe@matmod.com                     President (703) 560-1371 11
                       T.S. Sudarshan                                (703) 560-1372
             Mr.
aaslani@spirecorp.com              CEO, Spire(781) 275-6000 331
                       Mark C. Little           Biomedical, Inc.     (781) 275-7470
             Mr.
kaganove@dendritech.com            President (989) 496-1152
                       S. Emery Scheibert                            (989) 496-2051
             Mr.
john.bruno@otcorp.com              Chief Financial Officer
                       William M. Henderson (210) 731-0000 2108      (210) 731-0008
             Mr.
hkauth@infoscitex.com              Contracts (781) 890-1338 229
                       William Thompson Manager                      (781) 890-1330
             Mr.       Joseph Birmingham (360) 694-3704
Joseph.Birmingham@microsti.com     President                         (360) 694-3747
             Mr.                   Chief       (570) 474-9246
teisenbach@tamu.edu Raymond Ford Technical Officer
             Dr.       Bruce C. Hemming
bhemming@microbeinotech.com President and CEO  (314) 645-2177 100    (314) 645-2544
             Dr.
bacon@psicorp.com B. David Green               (978) 689-0003 8146
                                   President, PSI R&D Operations     (978) 689-3232
             Mr.
sutama@poc.com         Gordon Drew             (310) 320-3088
                                   Chief Financial Officer           (310) 320-4667
             Dr.       G. Duncan Hitchens (979) 693-0017
chris.rhodes@lynntech.com          Vice President                    (979) 764-5794
             Dr.       G. Duncan Hitchens (979) 693-0017
bikas.vaidya@lynntech.com          Vice President                    (979) 764-5794
             Ms.       Angela Keen C           (540) 552-5128
submissions@lunainnovations.com ontract Administrator                (540) 951-0760
             Mrs.      Pooran
roy.kessick@sentorinc.com Tepper               (804) 677-4698
                                   Business Manager                  (804) 360-5440
             Dr.
gerry@nantero.com Robert Smith                 (410)
                                   Senior Director 903-0780          (781) 207-8118
             Dr.
victorb@ustsd.com                  President &(858) 625-2890
                       Victor Bronshtein        CSO                  (858) 625-2897
             Dr.       Stevan Jovanovich
joanne.horn@microchipbiotech.com               (925)
                                   President/CEO 558-1943            (925) 558-2156
             Mr.       Joseph Birmingham (360) 694-3704
Joseph.Birmingham@microsti.com     President                         (360) 694-3747
             Ms.                               (407) 365-2475
bbiggars@a2-t2.com Tracy BoydChief Technical Officer
             Dr.       David
ting@femtobiosciences.com Songstad President (636) 675-3470
tsb@cfdrc.comMs.                               (256) 726-4800 4884
                       Deb PhippsContract Specialist                 (256) 726-4807
             Ms.       Angela Keen S           (540) 552-5128
submissions@lunainnovations.com r. Contract Administrator            (540) 951-0760
             Dr.                   CSO
yjr@procellcorp.com Yvonne Rosenberg           (240) 453-6247        (240) 453-6208
             Ms.
ray@anptinc.com                    Business Manager
                       Debbi Johnson           (302) 283-1730        (302) 283-1733
             Mr.
john.bruno@otcorp.com              Chief Financial Officer
                       William M. Henderson (210) 731-0000 2108      (210) 731-0008
             Mr.
vgilman@infoscitex.com             Contracts (781) 890-1338 229
                       William Thompson Manager                      (781) 890-1330
eva@cpsci.comDr.                   CEO
                       Benjamin Warner         (505) 412-2345        (302) 347-1326
             Mr.
peterc@pharmadyn.com               Chief       (408) 480-0463
                       Brian A. Sefton Executive Officer             (408) 850-3588
             Ms.
RJWebber@rdabs.com     Diane WebberCFO         (702) 638-7800        (702) 638-7801
             Dr.
sraillard@protelix.com Randy Shen              (650) 212-7070
                                   Scientific Program Manager 117    (650) 212-7007
             Dr.       Jill        Chief       (423) 400-6210
rdebarge@notuslabs.com S. Montrey Operating Officer                  (423) 267-6265
             Dr.       Yee
genequest@ameritech.net Wong President (937) 286-6224                (937) 426-0748
             Mr.
baz1958@aol.com                    Chief Science Officer
                       Kirk Macolini           (607) 277-1570        (845) 622-3599
             Dr.       Bruce C. President (314) 645-2177 100
NDeSilva@microbeinotech.com Hemming and CEO                          (314) 645-2544
             Dr.
ying.zhao@quantumii.com            President (408) 203-8325
                       Charles C. Zhou                               (408) 877-1730
             Mr.
sasherman@boic.com Steven Asherman              CTO
                                   President &(212) 673-2511         (212) 673-2547
             Dr.
bkamery@seralogix.com              CEO/CTO (512) 422-7396
                       Kenneth Drake                                 (512) 828-6944
             Mr.
mshawver@referentia.com            President &(808) 423-1900 123
                       Nelson Kanemoto          CEO                  (808) 423-1960
             Mr.       Willy Valdivia
willy.valdivia@orionbiosciences.comCEO         (800) 283-0169        (888) 213-9938
             Ms.       Vanetta     Senior      (484) 947-3304
kensstoney@edge4tech.com Callahan Principal Consultant
             Dr.       Soheil
sshams@biodiscovery.com Shams                  (310) 414-8100 221
                                   Cheif Scientific Officer          (310) 414-8111
             Dr.       John Zhang
johnz@SystemsAnalytics.com         President (781) 398-2233 301      (781) 398-2234
             Mr.
dulrich@gene-home.com  David UlrichPresident (617) 566-1341
             Mr.       Thomas CEO
craig.schaffert@data-grid.com Atwood           (510) 452-6465        (253) 550-5025
             Mr.                               (540) 898-8190
jdoering@cts-va.com Ryan Hunt Software Developer                     (540) 898-8192
             Ms.
noriravi@hotmail.com Eunice LeePresident (860) 428-5109              (860) 429-2666
knut@bbri.orgMr.       Alan Kaye Treasurer (617) 658-7701            (617) 972-1760


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           Ms.        Laura Goodrich
joel.bock@iac-online.com                     (858) 679-4140 113
                                  VP Contracts & Finance              (858) 679-4149
           Mr.
sutama@poc.com        Gordon Drew            (310) 320-3088
                                  Chief Financial Officer             (310) 320-4667
           Mr.        Llew WoodPresident (703) 968-6104
jwiggins@adaptivemethods.com                                          (703) 968-8101
           Dr.        Giri
agragiri@rddynamics.com Agrawal   President (860) 726-1204            (860) 726-1206
           Ms.        Marcie Willem          (614) 652-6003
noltimier@guildassociates.com Program Administrator                   (614) 798-1972
           Mr.
aconstance@SHOT.com               President &(812) 923-9591 247
                      Mark S. Deuser          CEO                     (812) 923-9598
           Mrs.       Susan
ayocum@omegapiezo.com Pickrell                Administration
                                  Manager of(814) 861-4160            (814) 861-4165
           Mr.
dwinn@nvizix.com                   Sanzeni (203) Officer
                      ChristopherChief Operations 731-1735
           Mr.
inventmed1@aol.com Ritchie Priddy President (225) 245-0004            (225) 635-9785
           Mr.        Jason MalikContracts Manager
tvandore@newworldassociates.com              (540) 373-1435 231       (540) 371-5069
           Mr.        Fabio
hobahi@compressics.com Scirocco              (860) 218-2220
                                  Business Development                (860) 218-2423
           Mr.        Timothy J. President (301) 932-0994
jsawicki@globalsecurecorp.com Czysz                                   (301) 934-9584
           Mr.        JB                     (315) 252-2559
jballred@allredcorp.com Allred jballred@allredcorp.com                (315) 252-0502
           Ms.
tsb@cfdrc.com                                (256) 726-4800 4884
                      Deb PhippsContract Specialist                   (256) 726-4807
           Mrs.
sgunter@techsburg.com             Business Manager
                      Tamara Murray          (540) 961-4401 208       (540) 961-5389
           Dr.                    Vice       (651)
jmarti@mspcorp.com Daryl Roberts President 287-8110                   (651) 287-8140
           Dr.        Madhav B. Ranade
aranade@particletex.com           President (301) 461-1615            (703) 323-4619
           Dr.        Michael                (208) 562-3745
michael@boisetechnology.org HillPresident/Senior Scientist            (208) 562-3650
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                      Paul G. Gonsalves      (617)                    (617) 868-0780
           Ms.
cjb@seirad.com                    Vice President for Administration
                      Teresa D Gatewood (505) 438-1881 111            (505) 438-2587
           Mr.
dvh@conceptsnrec.com              Senior Contracts 280-6157
                      Aaron Melville         (802) Specialist         (802) 296-2325
           Ms.        Angela Keen S          (540) 552-5128
submissions@lunainnovations.com r. Contracts Administrator            (540) 951-0760
           Dr.
kheater@metss.com Kenneth Heater  President (614) 797-2200 111        (614) 797-2201
           Ms.        Marcie Willem
MSmiechowski@guildassociates.com             (614) 652-6003
                                  Program Administrator               (614) 798-1972
           Dr.
pat@sens.com                      President (617) 625-0600 237
                      Patrick M. Zurek                                (617) 625-6612
           Dr.
jcwithers@mercorp.com             President (520) 574-1980 112
                      Raouf O. Loutfy                                 (520) 574-1983
           Mr.        Joseph Birmingham (360) 694-3704
Joseph.Birmingham@microsti.com    President                           (360) 694-3747




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ABSTRACTS
CBD program office is seeking formulations to effectively decontaminate aircraft surface exteriors of chemical and biological wa
The objective of this Small Business Innovative Research Phase I project is to develop a novel suspension for decontaminating
To address the CBD need to determine the most effective combination of current and emerging chemical and biological decont
Current methods used to fully decontaminate a large frame aircraft (LFA) consist of individual use of Cold Plasma, Vaporous H
In order to effectively sequence multiple decontamination methods one must possess a comprehensive understanding of the ch
MedPlasma LLC is proposing to develop a non-thermal plasma-based decontamination and sterilization system which will gene
The objective of the Phase I effort is to produce, test, and demonstrate novel nano-based biocidal materials that are applicable
The objective of this program is to increase the logistical advantages, deployment efficiency, reliability and human safety of bioc
The potential use of chemical and biological weapons for mass destruction is one of the most serious concerns facing the Unite
Triton Systems Inc. proposes to develop a liquid-based decontamination system for application onto the interior and exterior of
The Center for Disease Control has listed Bacillus anthracis (anthrax) as a Category A bacterial pathogen that will most likely b
SEICOR's stand-off decontamination system uses AutoLog technology to control a robotic spray/foam system to decontaminate
Isotron‘s proposed film forming system for decontaminating surfaces exposed to BWAs combines modern coating technology w
The military desires an immediate decontamination system for equipment and surfaces that have been exposed to biological w
Many safety concerns can be addressed by on-site generation of a decontamination solution which requires only salt, water, an
To meet and deliver a tangible real time decontamination system the objective of this proposal is to demonstrate developed, pa
RTA Systems, Inc. has developed a decontamination system that can rapidly (within minutes) decontaminate surfaces that hav
The proposed research is based on the recent discovery that boron and aluminum chelates cleave the phosphate ester bonds
TDA Research, Inc. (TDA) proposes to develop a simple inexpensive indicator that can be incorporated into the activated carbo
This low-cost adsorptive carbon residual life indicator will provide warning of imminent breakthrough of toxic vapors while allow
This proposal describes a technical approach for developing an economical residual life idicator for adsorptive carbon by direct
All filter canisters will eventually fail if not replaced. The smell, taste, or irritation of the contaminant is often used as an indicato
Due to a large and growing threat from chemical exposures, military personnel are increasingly reliant upon air filtration devices
The service member currently has no means to determine the residual service life of his or her air-purifying respirator or protec
This proposal is to design and implement a novel THz sensor by integrating a THz plasmonics superfocusing technique, an all
We propose to develop integrated lab-on-a-chip THz sensors comprising microfluidic channels, 2D arrays of THz plasma wave
Redondo Optics Inc. (ROI), proposes to design, develop, and demonstrate the concept of an integrated Lab-on-a-Chip THz-mic
The U.S. Chemical and Biological Defense Program is seeking the capability to operate effectively and decisively in the face of
The goal of the proposal is to develop and demonstrate integrated Lab-on-a-Chip THz sensors that can detect and image bio-m
Low dielectric constant and high EO coefficient are two key factors for higher power terahertz generation. Additionally, an array
Substantial interest has developed in recent years in imaging and sensing using electromagnetic waves in the terahertz (THz) r
There is currently no real-time technology to reliably and simultaneously detect infrared backscattering from biological and chem
The proposed combined biological and chemical agent point sensor is based on the recently discovered phenomenology of diff
The Joint Biological Point Detection System (JBPDS) Program is seeking a compact, long-wave infrared biological and chemic
A laser photoacoustic spectroscopy approach is proposed as a point sensor that can be used for detection and identification of
ABSTRACT Solving the problems associated with CREATING the best design for the proposed (JBPDS) Unit is finding ways to
QuantaSpec will develop a design for a standoff chemical biological agent detector and a prototype component. QuantaSpec's
21st Century Technologies Inc., proposes the development of PROVA (Perceptual Recognition Of Vocal Articulation for respira
The necessity for individual Soldiers verbal communications to be intelligible is paramount to the safety and effectiveness of the
An automated, objective assessment system to evaluate the speech intelligibility performance of potential mask/respirator desig
The proposed Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility Assessment (AOSIA) System will be developed as a Windows applica
An automated system for detecting speech intelligibility would provide a reliable, objective, and efficient technique for evaluating
The human speech recognition process is a complex function of physical acoustics, human biology and subjective expectation.
Physical Sciences Incorporated (PSI) proposes to build a self-powered, ultrasonically cleaned, respirator exhalation system. Th
To protect the user from environmental contaminants, the outlet valve on CBRN protective masks must provide a good seal ag
Improvements to the CBRN respirator exhalation valve are proposed that will resist compromise of the seal from contaminants.
The detection, mapping, and tracking of chemical and/or biological threat clouds is a daunting theoretical and practical challeng
The future of chemical and biological sensing will be a system of systems approach. An array of sensors will be networked tog
Currently there is both an operational need and a research need for a system that can be used to optimize the deployment of a
Under this SBIR, the Decisive Analytics Corporation (DAC) team proposes the design of a software tool to calculate the optima
Here we first propose a novel design and optimization tool for heterogeneous sensors placement. Based on sensor sensing ran


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 The effective designs of buildings which house critical mission require better physics-based models for the prediction of fine pa
Vigilant defense of the United States after September 11, 2001 considers the likelihood of a chemical and biological terrorist att
The proposal objective is to study the mechanisms that promote particle re-suspension from surfaces within the interior of build
To address the CBD agency need for reactive self-decontaminating surfaces, in order to minimize hazards to human health tha
NanoSonic proposes to develop a novel nanostructured silver based self assembled material that could be applied with varying
In this Phase I, Materials Modification Inc. will investigate the effect of two antimicrobial polymer coatings against selective air-b
Most of the common antibiotics are designed to affect the metabolism of bacteria. However, a growing number of bacterial spe
Dendritech proposes to develop durable polymer coatings with potent antimicrobial activities, which are capable of efficiently kil
Several commercial products already exist which can kill microbes on contact. However, these products are primarily for use in
Pathogenic microbes are a prevalent cause of disease in industrial and medical environments and have a long history of use as
Innovative solutions are needed to address the lack of a decontamination system that can universally decontaminate its equipm
The role of surfaces in achieving unique functional properties of materials (as well as for many biological processes) is well rec
An approach to devise antimicrobial surfaces that are self-decontaminating and having the potential to inhibit pathogenic organ
Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) proposes to design, fabricate and test the performance of electrospun nanofiber filtration media wi
To address the CBD Program need for an efficient and portable biological and chemical threat agent sampler, Physical Optics C
During deployment soldiers face a number of potential aerosolized chemical and biological threat agents. Although a number o
The potential use of chemical and biological weapons is one of the most serious concerns facing United States defense forces
Luna Innovations proposes to develop a microorganism collector matrix using silica aerogel as a chemically/biologically - favora
We propose to develop and demonstrate a new nanofiber-based organic collection surface for use in the collection/extraction a
Nantero Inc. is pleased to submit this proposal in response to the SBIR CBD07-111, specifically to design and build a portable
We need a system of reliable and speedy environmental monitoring, and one that improves the battlefield readiness of U. S. m
The overall aim of the project is development of an efficient fully automated aerosol collector which will deposit collected sampl
The remote and/or distribution of MicroStructure Technologies (MicroST) samplers over a wide area can include collecting haza
The aims and opportunities of the NOSEM - Chem-Bio Modules project are focused on developing, evolving, and near-term fie
Microcantilever-based detection of DNA using a chip-based label-free format was originally discovered by researchers at Oak R
Although a variety of respirometer technologies exist for measuring respiratory parameters of human and nonhuman primates,
Our warfighters are routinely called upon to conduct operations in areas and situations which make them highly susceptible to c
The Chemical and Biological Defense Program seeks to address the operational need to provide a pretreatment for chemical a
The objective of this Phase I SBIR Proposal is to design, synthesize and characterize nanocapsule materials, optimize the enca
Operational Technologies Corporation (OpTech) proposes to develop DNA aptamers against components of the organophosph
United States military personnel are at constant risk of exposure to a vast array of chemical hazards. Organophosphates (OPs
Caldera Pharmaceuticals will use its high throughput, R&D100 award-winning drug design technology, Reagentless Pharmacop
Sulfur mustard (SM), bis-(2-chloroethyl) sulfide, is a cheap chemical poison that can inflict massive and debilitating casualties.
Since a biowarfare attack could involve the use of botulism toxin (BoTox), a need exists for a broad spectrum anti-toxin that can
This proposal is to generate novel erythropoietin (EPO) variants that confer superior cytoprotective effects by selectively binding
The specific aim of this Phase I endeavor is to determine the feasibility of a biodegradable, drug impregnated nanofiber mat su
Cyanides, in both solid and gaseous forms, are valuable ubiquitous compounds in chemical industry. Global consumption of cy
Acute Lung Injury (ALI) and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) caused by respiratory toxic agents (and other cause
A novel biomedical approach to counteract microbial toxins inhaled into lungs as toxic agents during chemical warfare is descri
The aim and purpose of this project is to build a Quantum Intelligence Biodefense Management System (QI-BDMS) as a dynam
Base One proposes to design a flexible and secure database management system for laboratory tests. The database managem
Seralogix proposes to develop and demonstrate an integrated database management system (DBMS) for biodefense research
The development of methods to detect, identify, and diagnose biological threats is an important component of homeland defens
While there has been considerable progress in the development of biological data management systems; these tools however,
Biological information (bioinformatics) has many complex data relationships. New types of data and data relationships need to b
An enterprise-wide data management system is proposed to integrate large amount of quantitative genomic and proteomic data
This Phase I project is to develop a preliminary integrated Database Management System (DBMS) prototype to warehouse, ma
Because microarrays can test for numerous factors simultaneously, they are attractive and powerful tools for agent research, s
We propose to apply a new DBMS based on the W3C semantic modeling language OWL to problems in life science research:
As the threat of biological warfare becomes more of a concern, the need to conduct biodefense research in a timely, accurate,
Thanks to recent advancements in genomics, proteomics and computational biology, new ways of detecting and identifying hum
The biological sciences are undergoing phenomenal growth, requiring the new informatics models that will unite many forms of


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Chemical and biological weapons pose a significant threat to U.S. military forces and civilians, both abroad and within our home
To address the CBD program need for a Personal Air Ventilation System, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to deve
In hazardous environments soldiers must wear protective clothing to guard them from chemical, biological, or radiological conta
There is a great need to develop a compact, light weight and energy efficient Personal Air Ventilation System (PAVS) to mitigat
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The use of Chemical/Biological (CB) protective clothing in high temperature environments subjects the soldier to high heat-stre
This proposal is for the development of a personal air ventilation system to be integrated with Chemical/Biological (CB) protecti
We propose a very high permeability/very high porosity air filter, with permeability exceeding fibrous filters by orders of magnitu
The United States will continue to be engaged in continuous, evolving conflicts in today‘s world, often in extreme environments,
A personal air ventilation system (PAVS) is an effective means to reduce the threat of heat stress to personnel wearing IPE suc
Individuals operating in hot environments can be exposed to high heat stress conditions. As a result, their health may be comp
Research, develop and propose a system design for a Personal Air Ventilation System that can be integrated with Chemical/Bio
Mission success often hangs on the soldier's ability to maintain both physical and mental acuity. When performing operations in
The performance of integrated biodetection and sampling systems is often governed by the performance of the aerosol inlet sy
As part of a national defense strategy, the need to defend against Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) weapons has g
Toxic materials deliberately dispersed in aerosol form present direct threats to military personnel and civilian populations. In bo
We propose to design and evaluate an axi-Symmetric inlet to obtain aerosl sample efficiently over a size range of 0.5 to 30 mic
The objective of this proposal is to use multiphase and multiparticle computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to provide proof-of-con
With the persistent threat of chemical and biological attacks on US military personnel serving abroad, DoD requires advanced a
The goal is a commercial software product that supports assay development for the detection and identification of human expo
Chemical and biological protective suits provide an essential defense for soldiers against chemical/biological attacks. The suits
The DoD has a need for effective, nondestructive decontamination of large frame aircraft following chemical and biological age
Under the current SBIR solicitation, the DoD is interested in the development of novel decontaminating materials and methods
Guild Associates, Inc. proposes to develop and evaluate an active electrochemical sensor based residual life indicator (RLI) for
Face-to-face speech communication is severely hampered by respirators. The proposed work is aimed at developing a system
A broad-spectrum, portable sampling system is needed to support analytical techniques specific to chemical and biological thre
Present inlet designs for the Naval dry filter unit (DFU) have been found to consume excessive power and suffer degradation in




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              soft gels, chem.-bio decontamination, in situ generation, currently used most of anionic water-aerosol, non-corrosiv
                            3-20
The proposed formulations represent mild alternatives to processes cationic water-aerosol, which have negative environmental
              Decontamination, nanoparticles, suspension with chemical and biological decontamination and neutralization capa
The success of preparing a decontaminationbiocide, aircraft decontamination, suspension, Chemical warfare agents, biological
              Aircraft exteriors cleaning, CBW agents, Decontamination, Reactive oxidative species
                            N/A
The proposed SD system will provide various branches of the military with an effective and universal surface decontaminator th
              decontamination, chemical agents, biological agents, large frame aircraft, optimization, oxidizers, heat such as chlo
                             the
The key impediment in 3-25application of existing decontamination agents is the potential for hazard (for chemicalstreatment, Ba
              completion of this SBIR Frame Aircraft, LFA, Decontamination System Sequencing
Successful Decontamination, Large program will provide the U.S. military with an effective methodology for decontaminating LF
              Large Frame Aircraft (LFA), fast surface sterilization, practical use power supplies Vaporous Hydrogen Peroxide (V
MedPlasma LLC is an independent company, formed to develop fast surface decontamination,and to utilize plasma technologie
              I effort is significant in that it will develop an
                            3-25
The Phase Decontamination, biological warfare agent enabling technology for immediate neutralization of biological warfare a
              decontamination, detoxification, biochemical defense, hydrogen peroxide
There are several key advantages of the proposed biochemical decontamination system. The most important is eliminating sto
              Bacterial Spores, Fungal Spores, both by Biological Toxins, first responders. There are numerous
                            19, 20, use
This technology will have dual 21 applicationViruses , military forces and Decontamination, Powder Formulationcommercial app
              decontamination,proposed liquid-decontamination system will spores
It is anticipated that the3-19 biological warfare agent, liquid-solution,be safe, easily dispensed, and highly effective towards a b
              Bacillus anthracis, anthrax, decontamination, both in the military
This proposal has enormous commercialization potential yeast, biocatalyst. and civilian sectors. Recent world events and terro
              Robotic, Portable, computer control, precision,
Rapid throughput in vehicle and aircraft decontamination. high throughput, stand-off
              biodecontamination, collapsible foam, BWA, film, removable
                            3-25
Cost savings through faster removal and prevention of contamination spread by barrier film. This environmentally benign and h
              Sodium hypochlorite, portable kit, biological agent detoxification
                            3-24
This proposed decontamination kit may find commercial applications for detoxifying or disinfecting contaminated surfaces. Indu
              on-site, delivery systems will also be applicable in the food safety and surface cleaning markets. Surface pathogen
                            3-22
The technology andmixed oxidant solution,
              Strategic Biodefense Biosecurity Anti-Microbial Alternative BWA Sterilant
                            4,5,6 & 20
Currently there is no heavy duty, field deployable, self-contained decontamination washing system capable of sustained operati
              Detoxification, Chemical Agents, Biological Agents, Decontaminate, include Bacillius kill of BW agents (log 8 redu
                            3 through 25
The TERRACAP CB Detox system is designed to provide significant benefits to Anthrax,1) provideanthracis Sterne, Bio Weapo
              Non-toxic byproducts, application gas agents resulting in non-toxic byproducts.
Decontamination of objects exposed to nervein water, covalent phosphate-aluminum bonding
              Gas mask, Material on pages 3-19, 21-22 as with the primary of service being first responders and the military. Or
                            Respiratory about $1.7 billion/yr indicated by asterisks.
The respiratory protection market isprotection, Residual life indicator, Endconsumerslife indicator
              Adsorptive 3-25residual life indicator will find wide applicability to both military and vapors.
This adsorptive carboncarbon, Carbon filter, Volatile organic chemicals, Respirators, Toxiccivilian use, and will provide additiona
              Carbon Adsorbent, Residual Life Indicator, respect to avoiding both types of errors users may make in Respirator C
                            3-15
There is a substantial benefit from this technology with End of Service Life Indicator, ESLI, Air Purifying Respirator, deciding whe
              Chemical, sensor, absorptive the feasibility of a MEMS-based chemical detector to determine end of service lifetim
If successful, this project will demonstratecarbon, chemicapacitors, micro systems, chemical warfare agent, toxic industrial chem
              adsorptive carbon, chemical agent, buiiological agent, sensors
                            3, result in substantial benefits to
The proposed project will 5-8, 9-11, 14-16, 17-18, 22-24 warfighters and civilian first responders due to enhancements of the g
              Residual life indicator, adsorptive media,chemical agents, respirators, protective garments, filters
                            3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22
The anticipated development of the generic sensors will directly lead to the smooth introduction of ACRLIs and ESLIs for respir
              provides unique and useful diagnostic tools for plasmon polariton (SPP), THz superfocusing
                            3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
THz region THz sensor, fiber laser, Lab-on-a-Chip, surface various fields as diverse as biomaterials, astronomy, solar system s
              THz Sensor, Plasma Wave Electronics, bio-molecule detection,
The proposed integration of the chemical assay, detection and analysis steps of biological testing procedures onto a single lab-
              Terahertz, Spectroscopy, Fluidic Chip, Biological Detection, Water Monitoring
                            12-14
The commercial market for the integrated Lab-on-a-Chip THz-Microscopy system is well diversified over a broad range of milita
              Biological Detection, Identification and Imaging bycapability toMicrofluidic Device, Biomaterial Processing,the applica
InnoSense LLC‘s LOC n/a     technology will allow THz sensors the Terahertz, detect and image biomolecules. Although Integrated
              THz sensor, Terahertz, imaging, Lab-on-a-Chip , Detection and Imaging is important for Field monitoring of water s
                            3-20
Proposed Terahertz microscopy technology for Biomolecular Biomolecule, water monitoring
              Dendrimer, terahertz, waveguide array, program will be the sensor, high electro-optic coefficient, electro-optic on
The terahertz probing sensor developed during this electro-optic probingfirst dendrimer based photonic terahertz technologyrect
              THz, T-wave, far-IR, FPA, optical advantage of recent advances in the area of micromechanical focal plane arrays
The key idea of the proposed effort is to take readout, MEMS
              HgCdTe, MBE, hyperspectral detection, monochromator, integrated optics, readout many nongovernmental areas.
The work proposed here will offer great benefits to the U.S. Army, to Homeland Defense and in device.
              Point detection, IR sensors, biological detection, chemical detection
                             will
The novel point sensor 3-21be able to detect and identify both biological and chemical agents in a single device using a robust a
              Chemical Biological Detection, Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR),force for accelerating commercialization, but a new Adv
Tactical considerationsn/a   within war scenarios remain the primary driving Ultra Violet Laser Induced Fluorescence (UV-LIF), urge
              Point sensor, spectrometer, absorption spectrometer, photoacoustic, opto-acoustic
                            building facilities, critical
Monitoring sensors for 6-8,11,12,15-18,20,21 infrastructure, and military force protection; medical and scientific instrumentati
              BIG WEIGHT REDUCTION                   LESS POWER          SMALLER UNDER SPEC REQUIREMENT
The resultant equipment has significant potential in bio/chem detection and could easily be implemented in the arena of Homel
              benefits include improved detection range, size, weight, and cost. Potential applications include chemical/biologica
                            pages through cascade lasers, bacterial identification, chemical detection
Anticipated standoff detection,3quantum 25
              Speech Recognition, Speech testing tool. We have performed a number of signal processing projects, including tho
                            3-25
21CT is in a prime position to deliver this Intelligibility, Respirator, Speech Testing, JSGPM, Rhyme Test, Call Sign Acquisition T
              Speech Recognition, Speech Intelligibility, Mask Communications, High Noise Abatement, Phonetic Recognition En
Advanced acoustic discrimination and speech recognition capabilities that include operations in high noise, chaotic aural enviro
              demonstrate the feasibility of Intelligibility, Mask/Respirator Assessment, Automated Testing, Modified Rhyme Test
                            3-25
SPIRIT will Speech Recognition, Speech using automated speech recognition and automated objective testing metrics to facilita
              Speech AOSIA system that communications, speech recognition, text-to-speech, speech risks of emergency respo
                            3-17
ASL will achieve an intelligibility, speech is practical and effective during respirator wear, thus reducing synthesis, .net, c#, sqlite.
              objective assessment systems for testing speech recognition, pattern would be highly useful in military as commu
Automated speech intelligibility, spear communications, spearintelligibility in masksrecognition, signal processing, mask well as c
              Speech Inteligibility, Speech Recognistion, Speech Recognizer, autonomous mask, Respirator, Modified Rhyme T
The ultimate objective of the project is the development of a ―kit‖ suitable forBinaural, Gas application of a robust speech intellig
                            N/A
              Self-cleaning, PVDF, respirator exhaust enhances the function of existing CBRN respirators at a reasonable financ
                            3-6, respirator exhaust valve
The proposed self-cleaning 16-17, Cost Proposal valve
              CBRN masks, respirators, exhalation system
                            3-14, 18-20, 24-27
The proposed exhalation system is compact, inexpensive, provides a more reliable seal against backflow, and will introduce ne
              CBRN respirators, outlet directly benefit current and future developmental mask programs such as the Joint Service
                            3-24
The improved exhalation system will valves, exhalation valves, protective masks, antistatic, self-cleaning, rubber disc, seal
              chemical is3-25 of the key technologies for global surveillance, precision strike, air superiority systems
                              one
Sensor managementagent detection, biological agent detection, target tracking, nonlinear filtering, particleand defense. CAD/BA
              sensor placement, sensor location, standoff sensing, point monitoring chemical or biological hazard threats. Home
This software tool will benefit any organization that is concerned about sensing, sensor array, probability of intercept
              Sensor Placement, Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling, the research world for exploring a multitude of Network deplo
The proposed software3-24     modeling system would find great utility in Plume Modeling, Distributed Sensors, Sensor practical
              C/B I of thisplacement,DAC team will developarray, heterogeneous,tool for calculating the optimal placement of C/B
Through Phase sensor All.     SBIR, the hazard cloud, sensor a prototype software orthogonal, combinatorial optimization, maximu
              Heterogeneous for CB agent monitoring has great potential in improving the existing surveillance, reconnaissance,
                            3-25
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              kinetic approach, plan includes the expansion of its source term fluxes of mass and applications both resuspension
NEAR's long-range business variable soft sphere (VSS) model, target market to fluid mechanics thermal diffusion, inside and ou
              bioterrorism, resuspension, euler-lagrange, computational, k-omega turbulence, COMIS, CONTAM
                            pp.1-20
The ability to model short-term resuspension rate extends beyond chemical/biological defense applications. The technology ext
               and model 3-14
                            for this surfaces, suspension, CFD, DNS
The results Particles, airborne, phenonoma will be of value for design of air flow technology, hazardous material suspension and
              Self-sanitizing, paint-like coating, discrete components, military with an effective and universal self-sanitizing coatin
                            N/A
The proposed BCC technology will provide various branches of the synergetic effect
              colloidal silver, pathogen, antimicrobial, nanoparticle, deposition
Current consumers of the available colloidal silver protective products are limited primarily to hospitals where there is higher co
              Antimicrobial, Bio-agents, Biofouling, Coating, and are one of primary Bio-warfare agents
                            3-17
Contact surfaces are ubiquitous in human dwelling places Contact active surfaces,modes of dispersion of microbes. So, these s
              self-sanitizing, antimicrobial, silver, zinc, hydrogel
                            coated hydrogel
The proposed reactive Pages 10 and 11would prevent bacterial infections for the bandages, clothing, and other military equipm
              polymer, coatings developed in this SBIR proposal are targeted warfare agent
As a first priority, the coating, anthrax, bacteria, spores, germinant, biologicaltoward defense and homeland security applications
              Acrylic, Antimicrobial, numerous lucrative Germination, Phosphate, Quaternary ammonium, Spore
                            Pages 3-22
Antimicrobial coatings could haveCoating, Dipicolinic, civilian applications for coating door knobs, railings, telephone and remot
              Surfaces, Bacterial Infection, Sanitization, Biological treatments with the Defense, Bioterrorism
                             investigate
This SBIR program will1-8,11-20 self-decontaminating surfaceWarfare, Homeland ability to kill micro-organisms. Successful
              Ionized gas, plasma, other agencies have demands for agents, Biological agents, pathogens
                            1-25
Military, Homeland Defense, and decontamination, chemical warfareionized gas decontamination of contaminated items. Two k
               the Assembly, Oxidative, reactive surface chemistry, Heterogenous photocatalyts, Silver, titanium dioxide
Because of Self versatility and wide range of applications in surface science and technology, the layer-by-layer method can be a
              Quorum Sensing Interference, toxins Acyl Homoserine Lactones factor Lipopolysaccharide (LP), Collectin Protein
Bacterial quorum sensing compounds and Biofilm,are important strategies that (AHL),in the development of bacterial biofilms in
              Aerosol, Collection, Filter, Nanofiber, Electrospinning, Chemical, Biological, Agent
                            3-18, 21-23, Cost Proposal
Commercial applications include domestic security, air quality monitoring and the detection of toxics and leaks in industrial setti
              Aerosol collection, biohazard monitoring, toxin monitoring, virus collection
Commercial applications for aerosol collectors capable of rapid and efficientmonitoring of biological and toxic material such as t
                            N/A
              Chem-Bio sampling and Sampling and Archiving, Non-Destructive Electrostatic Capture, Electrode Arrays
                            16, 17
The development of a Threat Aerosolarchiving system for aerosolized chem-bio threats will not only assist the DOD, but also the
              Aerosol, Chem-Bio
                             soldier-deployable system for capturing and Electrostatic, Heat-Sealable greatly
A lightweight, portable, 18, 19 Threat Agents, Capture and Archive,archiving airborne threats willStrips facilitate remote battle
              Microorganism, collection, aerogel, bacteria, brings novel materials technology and capabilities to the field of biolo
                            3-24, Cost Proposal, Company Commercialization History
The Aerogel-based capture system proposed in this SBIR silica, detection, biothreat
              Nanofibers,NoneParticle Collection, Filtration
The proposed technology will have applications in the collection and analysis of airborne microorganisms in defense and secur
              Carbon Nanotube to thecommercialize carbon nanotube based Biological, Detection, Sensor, Multi-Sensor on not
                             develop and end of proposal
Nantero‘s mission is to Page 3Sensors, Aerosol, Threat detection, Chemical,products. This development effort will focus Platfor
                and Department ofstrips,
                            3, 4, 5, Homeland Security will be provided with a reliable, quick and light weight tool against bio and ch
The militaryAerosol, nano-filter9, 10 nabulizer, threat agents, collection, stabilization, ambient temperature (AT)
               of an effective automated, portable air collector and sampling device would benefit the downstream analysis of aero
Generation Nanofiber, aerosol collector, bead purification, biodefense
              bioaerosols, pathogens, biodetection, microstructured array, particulate, sampling, chemical warfare
                            1-25
Military, Homeland Defense, and other agencies have demands for environmental sampling under extreme conditions. Two key
The Nanotechnology NOSE-M - Chem-Bio Module for Nanotechnology Supported Aerosolized Collection Methods and Detectio
                            3-18
              DETECTION, COLLECTION,
              microcantilever, commercial applications archive, chip-reader, antibody, microarray
The anticipated benefits andlabel-free, TNT, detection,of this technology span chemical and biological detection, homeland secu
              Biomedical planned real-time spirometer is for noninvasive assessment of
The primary goal of theInstrumentation, Respirometer, Spirometer, Lung, Tidal Volumerespiratory performance of non-human p
              CW Agents, nerve agents, as sarin, VX, and soman create huge potentialantioxidants threats against our soldiers a
                            2-22, Cost Proposal, Company Commercialization fullerenes, for terrorist
Organophosphorus nerve agents such insecticides, protectants, antidotes,History
              recombinant MaBChE production, monomer, of ¡®self¡¯ protein-based therapeutics are life saving e.g. 1) for the
Commercial application include situations where delivery poly-ethylene glycol, powder pulmonary delivery, powder inhalation rap
              encapsulated agents, proposal is the development and production of
The final result of this multi-phasenanoencapsulating agent, therapeutic reagents an antidote delivery system using nanoencap
              Antidote, Aptamer,3-23
                            Pages Chemical Warfare, DNA, Nerve Agent, Organophosphorus, Pesticide, SELEX
There is a sizeable military market for OP nerve agent scavengers to replace or augment the current toxic antidotes. In additio
              development of the proposed cholinesterase molecular modeling, drug design, WMD, therapeutics
                            3-19
Successful Chemical warfare, medical countermeasures,based therapeutic agents will enhance force protection capabilities. T
               of Caldera‘s novel RPM technology is substantial; American soldiers and drug design, WMD, therapeutics
The impact Chemical warfare, medical countermeasures, high-throughput screening, citizens live with day-to-day fears of chem
                            3-25
               commercial potential of SMA products is primarily in establishing drug design, sulfur mustard, therapeutics, antido
                            6-14
The currentchemical warfare, medical countermeasures, molecular modeling,a unique prophylactic and therapeutic medication
              benefit that monoclonal to result anti-botulism toxin, anti-BoTox, chimeric human/mouse monoclonal antibodies, p
 The major Neutralizingis anticipatedantibody, from this project is the development of a neutralizing pan-specific chimeric human
              chemical agent, broad therapeutic, cytoprotective, erythropoetin, neurotoxin, promote just the specific survival sign
Protelix‘s new non-glycosylated EPO version(s) could quickly penetrate target tissues, to apoptosis
              ocular injury, mustard produce a biodegradable, nanofiber, drug-delivery
• A successful feasibility study willgas, WMD,structurally-stable, drug impregnated biodegradable, nanofiber mat that can be ap
                            0
              Acute Cyanide 18
                            3 - Toxicity, Countermeasure, Self expected to be
The proposed countermeasure for acute cyanide toxicity isAdminstration, far superior to the currently available cyanide antidot
              Acute LungThe are applicable to the is confidential and lung injury and acute drug design, WMD, therapeutics
                             Injury, biophysical, chemical warfare, acute proprietary
The proposed therapeutics body of this proposal treatment of medical countermeasures, respiratory distress syndrom caused b
              a target of many airborne pathogens Collectin Proteins ( SP-A, SP-D), Lung Surfactants, of liters of air Lipid Rafts
The lung is Antimicrobial Peptides, Host Defenseand their toxin products. We inhale many thousandsMacrophages,per day, ye
              Quantum Intelligence, biodefense, bioinformatics, detection, characterization, threats, microarrays,
                            5-12
QI-BDMS will have both military and civilian applications in thedatabase, assays, biological and diagnosis of biological threats. A
              systems biology,
                            3 application of the proposed R&D is as a standalone warfare application. The entry-level software prod
The primary commercial - 25bioinformatics, bioterrorism, pathogen database,software agents, genomics, proteomics, laborator
              pathogen database, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, systems biology, workflow management, integrated data
A powerful database that supports the complex research needs for host-pathogen genomic and proteomic investigations with a
               allows tracking
                             laboratory information, process and storage of data from a variety threat, infectious agent, The system
BioLIMDASbiodefense,ALL of the experimentalintegrated database, BioLIMDAS, biological of molecular techniques.open sourc
              enterprise data interoperability, integration, cross-validation and optimization detection biodetection technologies
EDEX-BIO will facilitate themanagement, object-relational, genomic catalogs, microarray,of differentassays, immunoassays
              bioinformatics, medical diagnostics, integration from many diverse data database, information management, data
                            none
This research has the potential to improve data genomics, assays, systems biology,sources. The patent pending technology isa
              Database will greatly benefit the biodefense research community by microarray, knowledge management, integrate
                            4-14
The proposed systemmanagement, distributed processing, genomic, proteomic, enabling scientists to integrate data from vario
              Biodefense, package has great commercialization potentials for theGenomics, Bioinformatics, Informatics, Software
The proposed software3-25     Pathogen Database, Database Management System, communication among and integration of many
               of the proposed expression, bioinformatics
The benefit microarray, genesoftware system is the accessibility to important data a web based multi assay data management s
              DBMS, data base management system, Semantic Web DBMS, Life Sciences Research support to the US Army‘s M
The immediate anticipated benefit is to provide strong data management and collaborative researchDBMS, research DBMS, O
              pathogen database, genomics, The first is biological store, warfare agents, bioinformatics, systems biology, quer
This effort will result in two major benefits. proteomics,an ability tothreats,analyze, and query a database with an external interfa
              biodefense 3-19
                            database management system, meta-data, One crucial aspect of bioinformatics is management of biolo
Bioinformatics has become a foundation of modern biotechnology. microarray, bioinformatics, genomics, proteomics, systems
              Semantic database, semantic database technology can accelerate the rate of discovery in systems biology, leading
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             biological and software tools will provide the capability for bioinformatics
                           24-25
The proposed systemwarfare, data warehouse, collaborative systems, researchers to identify, detect, monitor and design therap
             Electrokinetic system will provide a compact, lightweight cooling system for firefighters, emergency workers, tourist
                           3-5 and 8-15
The proposed new EPAV pump, Personal cooling, Corona discharge, Electrostatic precipitation
             Heat stress, heat exhaustion, (PAVS) technology provides substantially increased evaporative cooling
                           N/A
Benefits: Personal Air Ventilation System heat stroke, chemical, biological, ventilation, blower, mission duration for soldiers in ch
             Heat Stress, to 25 blower supported on foil air bearings will solve Bearing, PM Motor, Sensorless of size, weight,
                           3 PAVS
The proposed InnovativeInnovative PAVS, High Speed Blower, Conical Foil Air a long standing technical barrier Controller, Batte
xx           xx
             Body Ventilation, Office of the Surgeon General, reported over
                           Army,
The Department of the 3-20 Personal Cooling, Ventilation, Soldier Cooling 1700 heat-related injuries in 2005. Current Microcli
             Personal air ventilation, miniature heat emergency cell
                           3-15
Military personnel, industrial personnel and civilian engine, fuel responders working in hot environments with protective clothing
             filter, wide microchannel, flow, micromachine, possible in industry and biomedicine.
Applications in a pore, variety of filtration requirements are silicon carbide
             Body Ventilation, Personal Cooling, in a product design Power meet or exceed
                           4, 10, 16-22
The effort undertaken under this topic will resultSoldier Cooling, Lowthat will Motor/Blower all topic requirements. This produc
             IPE, of Defense currently maintains an inventory of Lightweight
The DepartmentMicroclimate, Ventilation, ChemBio, Protection, over 4.5 million protective suits, including the JSLIST and other
             Air Ventilation System meeting the performance requirements Efficiency
A Personal Blower, Heat, Compression, Flow, Cooling, Ventilation, Active, outlined in this effort would be applicable to military, i
             body ventilation, personal cooling, ventilation, soldier cooling, miniature motor, NBC heat blowers
                            Responder personnel operating
Mitigate Army and First3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 in hot environments from injuries due tofilters,stress.
             personal air ventilation in marketing similar devices for thermal comfort (for example, blower, compact design
Commercialization potential exists system, thermal comfort, heat and moisture removal, filtration, for industrial workers in hot fa
             Inlet, Efficiency, Biological, Chemical, efficiency inlet can Aerosol, Sensor, Detection
In addition to serving bio-defense needs, the high Sampler, Collector, beneficially impact several existing and emerging global m
              of an efficient inlet for the CBR sensor system will benefit the military
The design CFD, inlet, inlet design, biological sampling, atmospheric sampling in more than one way. With improved particle
             Particle sampling, isokinetic, sampling inlets, threat particles, CBR, chemical weapons, biological weapons, threat
                           4-13, 16-18
The proposed research should result in a substantial improvement in particle sampling and collection efficiency for CBRradiolog
             Aerosol, Sampler, Inlet, wind speed range is required
Efficient sampling over the size andaxisymmetric, virtual impactor for identification of chemical and biological agent threats as w
               inlets hold the potential
Since thesesensor, inlet, Bernoulli of achieving isokinetic sampling (i.e., sampling the surrounding gas or fluid without interferi
             Evolution Strategy, proposed approach to heterogeneous sensor network configuration exist for Detection, Evoluti
                           3-25
Commercial applications of theSensor Emplacement, Chemical/Biological Sensors, Force Protection, Threata wide variety of do
             pathogen, any research and development organization doing bioinformatics, systems biology, integration
                           10
This system will allow database, genomics, proteomics, biological threats,integrative biology research to combine their high thro
             Chemical biological suit, ventilation, blower, impeller, personal, emergency
There is a strong need for efficient personnel cooling systems to support our military and local government and volunteer perso
             Design of Experiments, Chemical/Biologicalthat eliminates chemical and biological agents from large frame aircraft
                           3-25, decontamination process Decontamination, Simulants, Process
An effective, non-destructive Cost Proposal, Company Commercialization History
             Biological warfare agent, chemical forces agent, decontamination, interior, exterior, portable
This technology would be used both by militarywarfare and first responders to allow continued operations in spaces contaminate
             Adsorptive Carbon, Active Residual is Indicator, universally monitoring the residual life of a carbon
Guild Associates, Inc. anticipates that a RLI thatLifecapable of Electrochemical Sensor, Impedance Spectroscopybed will be abl
             Respirators, intelligibility-prediction system intelligibility the expense of human testing and improve the reliability o
The eventual automatedspeech intelligibility, automatedwill eliminateprediction
             Aerosol, Sampler, on a carbon nanotube film filter for Warfare of biological and chemical SWNT
An air sampling system basedBiological Warfare Agent, ChemicalcollectionAgent, Carbon Nanotubes, warfare agents is propos
             bioaerosols, dry and other agencies have demands for environmental sampling under particulate, sampling
                           1-25
Military, Homeland Defense,filter unit, wind velocity, pathogens, biodetection, microstructured array,extreme conditions. Two key




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tion, Vaporous Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) decontamination, Ultraviolet (UV) light decontamination, Decontamination agent sequencing, Chem




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ro-optic coefficient, electro-optic rectification, terahertz imaging




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 yts, Silver, titanium dioxide
polysaccharide (LP), Collectin Proteins, Molecular Imprinted Polymeric (MIP) Films (Surfaces)




monary delivery, powder inhalation




man/mouse monoclonal antibodies, pan-specific, broad spectrum, protective, multiple serotypes




 urfactants, Macrophages, Lipid Rafts, Lipopolysaccharides (endotoxins), Anthrax Toxins.


orkflow management, integrated data

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Research DBMS, research DBMS, OWL DBMS, RDFS DBMS
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                  CostProposal
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                            TechProposal                      MarkDelete
                  Y         U                        1/9/2007
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                  Y         S
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                  Y         S
                  Y         U                        1/9/2007
                  Y         U                      12/20/2006
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                  Y         U                        1/8/2007
                  Y         S
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Y   U                1/10/2007
Y   U                 1/9/2007
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Y   U                1/10/2007
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Y   U                 1/9/2007
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Y   U                1/10/2007
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Y   U                 1/9/2007
Y   U                 1/9/2007
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Y   U                1/10/2007
Y   U                 1/9/2007
Y   S
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Y   U                1/10/2007
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Y   U                 1/5/2007
Y   S
Y   U                 1/9/2007
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DateDelete            CAI_Firm CreateDate LastUpdate TaxId
             PackageGenerated                                     SSN         DUNS
                    0         80   1/5/2007   1/9/2007 04-2546395             073804411
                    0         90 12/29/2006   1/9/2007 48-1172548             946856804
                    0         60 12/18/2006 12/29/2006 33-0118051             153865951
                    0         30   1/9/2007   1/9/2007 04-2969550             617362579
                    0              1/6/2007   1/7/2007 04-2282203             796511202
                    0              1/4/2007   1/9/2007 20-4573103             623851495
                    0         90   1/9/2007   1/9/2007 59-2744408             175302579
                    0         90   1/9/2007   1/9/2007 36-3186256             029303690
                    0         20   1/4/2007   1/8/2007 74-2463014             184758308
                    0         40 12/18/2006   1/9/2007 04-3157697             796010411
                    0         70 12/13/2006   1/9/2007 31-0998683             001004258
                    0              1/5/2007   1/6/2007 57-1036277             176634517
                    0              1/2/2007  1/10/2007 72-1094112             187645718
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 77-0646475 522-04-4725 101061500
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 85-0420555             861184133
                    0              1/9/2007  1/10/2007 94-3322663             150715311
                    0            12/15/2006   1/9/2007 90-0129924             143049117
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 61-1306761             111675976
                    0         50   1/7/2007   1/9/2007 84-1043375             181947730
                    0         40 12/12/2006   1/9/2007 04-3157697             796010411
                    0              1/4/2007  1/10/2007 94-2789057             001401470
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 75-3103918             128893463
                    0         30   1/8/2007   1/9/2007 36-4528660             130993384
                    0             1/10/2007  1/10/2007 22-3886688             135270291
                    0         70   1/8/2007  1/10/2007 86-0999108             014750785
                    0         80   1/8/2007   1/9/2007 14-1812556             135907686
                    0             1/10/2007  1/10/2007 73-1650829             117943451
                    0            12/28/2006  1/10/2007 36-4501803             114060861
                    0              1/9/2007  1/10/2007 52-2365775 610-04-1477 128288565
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 67-1172906             124726337
                    0             1/10/2007  1/10/2007 20-5800137
                    0         80  12/6/2006   1/9/2007 36-4196918             068568588
                    0             12/7/2006  12/7/2006 95-4819440             003644239
                    0            12/28/2006   1/9/2007 36-4501803             114060861
                    0             1/10/2007  1/10/2007 95-4852857             100736367
                    0              1/8/2007   1/8/2007 77-0484443             050017388
                    0              1/9/2007   1/9/2007 20-1008260             126592653
                    0         60   1/4/2007   1/9/2007 54-1719551             158034665
                    0         90   1/4/2007   1/9/2007 74-2275894             116243825
                    0         50   1/2/2007   1/9/2007 31-1081302             122543739
                    0         50   1/8/2007   1/9/2007 85-0385625             620029769
                    0              1/8/2007   1/8/2007 04-3670030             111487588
                    0              1/8/2007   1/8/2007 02-0724313             143718844
                    0         30 12/28/2006   1/8/2007 04-2517090             073800062
                    0       100    1/3/2007   1/8/2007 02-0259551             072021041
                    0         70 12/30/2006   1/9/2007 04-3537120             004627316
                    0         60   1/8/2007   1/8/2007 04-3053085             859244204
                    0              1/8/2007   1/9/2007 23-2070794             004478699
                    0         70   1/3/2007   1/8/2007 84-0984053             148034408
                    0            12/19/2006  1/10/2007 54-1785147             036593457
                    0            12/20/2006 12/20/2006 13-4320631             620282256


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0    3     1/6/2007      1/9/2007   94-1639566            050514736
0   40     1/4/2007      1/9/2007   54-1455208            622308120
0        12/29/2006      1/9/2007   61-1171522            189620677
0   60   12/12/2006      1/2/2007   33-0118051            153865951
0   20     1/9/2007      1/9/2007   54-1877635            008963758
0   80    1/10/2007     1/10/2007   54-1368539            167433531
0   40     1/5/2007      1/9/2007   04-2457335            065137978
0          1/1/2007      1/8/2007   38-3616888            112223404
0          1/3/2007      1/3/2007   74-2406648            154088710
0   70   12/14/2006     1/10/2007   04-3537120            004627316
0          1/9/2007      1/9/2007   93-1288965            124677522
0          1/8/2007     1/10/2007              169-64-3090
0          1/5/2007      1/9/2007   43-1574571             627463771
0   30     1/4/2007      1/8/2007   04-2517090             073800062
0   60   12/19/2006      1/3/2007   33-0118051             153865951
0   20     1/3/2007      1/9/2007   74-2463014             184758308
0   20     1/5/2007      1/9/2007   74-2463014             184758308
0   70     1/4/2007      1/9/2007   54-1560050             627132913
0          1/9/2007      1/9/2007   54-1900595             017980132
0          1/5/2007      1/9/2007   04-3555102             101731128
0          1/4/2007     1/10/2007   32-0047193             129102708
0          1/8/2007      1/9/2007   20-0255939             144950289
0          1/9/2007      1/9/2007   93-1288965             124677522
0        12/20/2006      1/9/2007   56-2617363             626372622
0        12/29/2006      1/8/2007   20-0424689             602715307
0   90     1/2/2007      1/9/2007   63-0944385             185169620
0   70     1/4/2007      1/9/2007   54-1560050             627132913
0        12/20/2006      1/9/2007   52-2345578 205-50-4610 083717186
0          1/5/2007      1/5/2007   45-0478628             115451549
0          1/3/2007      1/3/2007   74-2406648             154088710
0   70   12/17/2006      1/9/2007   04-3537120             004627316
0         12/6/2006      1/9/2007   20-0982060             147452275
0        12/13/2006      1/5/2007   51-0540393             196124759
0          1/5/2007      1/9/2007   94-2961968             151088465
0         12/6/2006      1/9/2007   20-3509564             614769151
0        12/15/2006     1/10/2007   20-5148346             784201936
0          1/8/2007      1/8/2007   20-2885693             615278350
0          1/8/2007      1/8/2007   33-1076557             181416111
0          1/5/2007      1/9/2007   43-1574571             627463771
0        12/19/2006      1/9/2007   77-0583278             058044111
0          1/7/2007      1/8/2007   13-3705993             944385509
0          1/4/2007      1/9/2007   47-0869946             119169386
0          1/4/2007      1/9/2007   99-0327742             176527471
0          1/6/2007     1/10/2007   42-1573186             127724883
0          1/9/2007      1/9/2007   54-2114614
0          1/4/2007      1/5/2007   95-4673495             005290924
0        12/21/2006      1/8/2007   57-1200363             146067520
0          1/9/2007      1/9/2007   20-1035472             153646554
0         1/10/2007     1/10/2007   42-1651135             609917211
0        12/29/2006      1/4/2007   20-4945234 527-59-4625 784254968
0        12/28/2006      1/9/2007   06-1460939             956717227
0          1/9/2007     1/10/2007   04-2766443             100885201


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0   100     1/3/2007     1/9/2007   33-0876270             097858836
0    60   12/15/2006     1/5/2007   33-0118051             153865951
0    95     1/8/2007     1/9/2007   52-0970306             135121148
0           1/2/2007     1/8/2007   06-1302163             798021085
0   70    12/12/2006   12/19/2006   31-0998683             001004258
0   60    12/11/2006     1/9/2007   35-1784668             621970383
0         12/28/2006     1/4/2007   75-2983841 275-74-4787 051655103
0          1/10/2007    1/10/2007   83-0422618             171842946
0         12/21/2006     1/8/2007   88-0381463             020258013
0         12/22/2006     1/9/2007   54-1809352             966220758
0         12/14/2006     1/9/2007   20-0028743             133280052
0           1/2/2007     1/9/2007   52-1309633             106837297
0           1/8/2007    1/10/2007   16-1481445             840665090
0   90    12/19/2006     1/9/2007   63-0944385             185169620
0   50      1/9/2007     1/9/2007   31-1582371             003220998
0           1/9/2007     1/9/2007   41-1523543             174413419
0         12/21/2006     1/9/2007   27-0136044             615323420
0           1/8/2007    1/10/2007   20-2214956             182979893
0   50    12/27/2006     1/8/2007   04-2803764             115243701
0           1/8/2007     1/9/2007   85-0466194             109181086
0   95    12/26/2006     1/9/2007   02-0359171             024355802
0   70      1/4/2007     1/9/2007   54-1560050             627132913
0   80      1/3/2007     1/9/2007   31-1461458             87-729-94
0   70    12/29/2006     1/9/2007   31-0998683             001004258
0   80    12/22/2006     1/9/2007   04-2973546             627537640
0   90      1/5/2007     1/8/2007   86-0530946             147518286
0           1/9/2007     1/9/2007   93-1288965             124677522




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946856804
153865951
617362579
796511202
623851495
175302579
029303690
184758308
796010411
001004258
176634517
187645718
101061500
861184133
150715311
143049117
111675976
181947730
796010411
001401470
128893463
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036593457
620282256


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050514736
622308120
189620677
153865951
008963758
167433531
065137978
112223404
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004627316
124677522

627463771
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627132913
017980132
101731128
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144950289
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602715307
185169620
627132913
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004627316
147452275
196124759
151088465
614769151
784201936
615278350
181416111
627463771
058044111
944385509
119169386
176527471
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005290924
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609917211
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097858836
153865951
135121148
798021085
001004258
621970383
051655103
171842946
020258013
966220758
133280052
106837297
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615323420
182979893
115243701
109181086
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  Topic #                Firm                  Proposal Title/ JSTO-CBD Capability Area

                                           Sequencing of Multiple Chemical/Biological Aircraft
CBD07-101 METSS Corporation                Decontamination Agents (Decontamination)

CBD07-102 TDA Research, Inc.               Immediate Biodecon System (Decontamination)
                                           Generic Adsorptive Carbon Residual Life Indicator
CBD07-103 K&M Environmental, Inc.          (Protection)

                                           Spectroscopic Imaging Technology for THz Biosensor
CBD07-104 VIBRATESS                        Integrated with a Lab-on-Chip Platform (Detection)
                                           Enhanced Capability Point Combined Bio and Chem
CBD07-105 Voxtel Inc.                      Sensor (Detection)
                                           Automated Objective Speech Intelligibility
CBD07-106 Li Creative Technologies         Assessment System (Protection)

                                           CB Sensor Network Architecture Development Tool
                                           for Improved Probability of Cloud Intercept
CBD07-108 Physical Sciences Inc.           (Modeling & Simulation/ Battlespace Management)

                                        Heterogeneous CB Sensor Network Modeling Tool
                                        Cloud Intercept
CBD07-108 Atmospheric & Environmental Research, Inc. Simulation/ Battlespace Management)
                                        (Modeling &


                                           Source Term Model for Fine Particle Resuspension
                                           from Indoor Surfaces(1001-033) Cloud Intercept
CBD07-109 Triton Systems Inc.              (Modeling & Simulation/ Battlespace Management)

                                           Source Term Model for Fine Particles off Indoor
                                           Surfaces Cloud Intercept
CBD07-109 Cambridge Environmental Inc.     (Modeling & Simulation/ Battlespace Management)
                                           Self Sanitizing Thin Films Using Discrete
                                           Toxicant/Germinant Surface Features
CBD07-110 Luna Innovations Incorporated    (Decontamination)
                                           Carbon Nanotube-Based Filters for Aerosol Sample
CBD07-111 Agave BioSystems, Inc.           Collection (Detection)
                                           Respiratory Function Measurement System for
CBD07-112 Physical Optics Corporation      Nonhuman Primates (Threat Agent Science)
                                           Development of a Field-Ready Antimicrobial Wound
                                           Dressing for the Treatment of Vesicant Burns
CBD07-113 Stratatech Corporation           (Therapeutics)
                                           Development of a Database Management
                                           System to Enable Rapid,
                                           Efficient Assay Design for Use in Detection and
                                           Diagnosis of Human Exposure to Biological
CBD07-114 CFD Research Corporation         Threats ( Diagnostics)
                                           Development of an Integrated Database
                                           Management System for Biodefense Research (
CBD07-114 Vecna Technologies Inc.          Diagnostics)
                                           Lightweight, Efficient Blower for Personal Air
CBD07-115 Creare Inc.                      Ventilation System (Protection)
                                  Centrifugal Blower for Personal Air Ventilation
CBD07-115 Rini Technologies Inc   System (PAVS) (Protection)
                                  Omni-Directional, Wind and Water Tolerant Inlet for
CBD07-116 Enertechnix, Inc.       the DFU (Detection)

				
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