Financial Assistance for Inventors
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Business Week Online article about inventors and government grants.
This report details the trends in science and engineering indicators concerning research and development in the United States. Inventors may be particularly interested in chapter four, which studies funding for Research and Development.
The Inventions and Innovation (I&I) program provides financial assistance at two levels for conducting early development and establishing technical performance of innovative energy saving ideas and inventions.
Includes links to the Innovation Incubator, NASA's quarterly publication and small business opportunities. Inventors may find useful information about "technology transfer, development and commercialization with NASA."
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