Upcoming 2020 Changes to SAM.gov

January 16, 2020 SAM.gov will migrate to https://beta.sam.gov sometime in the next 3-6 months. It is listed as currently “in progress”. At some point, the beta.sam.gov website may be renamed…

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Where Can I Find Statistical Resources?

January 10, 2020 XLSTAT (Addinsoft) has a useful grid to help you determine which statistical test you should use to analyze your data. The Experimental Design Assistant (EDA) has a…

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What is Rigor and Reproducibility?

December 18, 2019 Rigor and reproducibility has been a major topic in biomedical, physical, and social science research as scientist have recognized the importance of thoroughness and independent reproducibility. Beginning…

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How to Write Your Specific Aims Page

November 27, 2019 The specific aims page is a critical page in an SBIR/STTR application.  The aims page should be treated as a standalone page from which a reviewer can gain…

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SBIR vs. STTR- Which is Right for Me?

November 21, 2019 Deciding which program — SBIR or STTR — is appropriate for you and your proposal is one of the first tasks when preparing to apply for funding.…

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What Registrations Do I Need?

November 20, 2019 Always check the FOA to ensure additional registrations are not required! The most time-critical registration is SAM.gov, as it can take up to 8 weeks to obtain.…

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