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SUNY Research Foundation Wins SBA FAST Award

Written by: Steve Melito, Industry Blog Writer for FuzeHub

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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has awarded the Research Foundation for the State University of New York (SUNY) more than $90,000 as part of its Federal and State Technology (FAST) partnership program. Designed to stimulate the growth of technology-driven companies, FAST requires participating states such as New York to provide matching funds for awarded amounts.
According to SBA, FAST helps small, “socially and economically disadvantaged” firms to compete in SBA’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. SBIR supports technological innovation and scientific excellence. STTR promotes partnerships between small businesses and leading universities and non-profit research institutions.
By providing inventors with the resources they need, FAST is helping innovative companies to take their ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace. FuzeHub congratulates the SUNY Research Foundation on this important SBA award, and invites New York State’s small-to-medium manufacturers to learn more about other resources that can help turn ideas into results.
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View Original Story: Research Foundation for SUNY, 21 others wins SBA FAST grants to support R&D
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