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  • johndmo 5:49 pm on June 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , CHLA, Emerging Technology, FirstLookLA, , Research, Startups, UCI, UCLA, UCSB, , USC   

    The Innovation Culture of Southern California on Display at FirstLookLA 

    Slide2Los Angeles Venture Association (LAVA) presents…

    The Sixth Annual FIRST LOOK LA

    This exclusive showcase is held in order to present the investment community with a sneak peek at emerging startup opportunities, new technologies and recently-formed university spinouts from some of the Southwest’s premier research institutions.

    The 40 most promising physical science and life science technologies have been pre-screened for startup potential, providing them with an opportunity to make one-on-one connections with investors.

    This year’s showcase will include:  UCLA, USC, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Saban Research Institute at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Arizona State University, and USC Institute for Creative Technologies.

    Wednesday, June 11, 2014 from 9AM to 4PM

    USC Institute for Creative Technologies
    12015 Waterfront Drive
    Playa Vista, California  90094

    Register here:  LAVA Presents First Look LA 

    Questions can be directed to Len Lanzi, Executive Director of LAVA: len@lava.org

    AGENDA

    9:00AM: Registration and continental breakfast
    10:00AM: Program begins
    10:00AM – 4:00PM: Life Sciences track
    11:30AM – 4:00PM: Physical Sciences track
    12:40PM – 2:00PM: Lunch and networking

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  • johndmo 4:15 pm on June 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Research, , , Tech Transfer,   

    Los Angeles SBIR STTR Workshops 

    SBIR logoEarlier this year PortTech Los Angeles introduced a series of SBIR/STTR Workshops for university researchers, small business owners and entrepreneurs applying for government grants from the 11 Federal Agencies participating in the  Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Tech Transfer Research programs.  The Agencies participating in the program that grants over $2B annually include:  Agriculture, Commerce (NOAA and NIST), Defense, Education, Energy, EPA, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, NASA, NSF and Transportation.

    Upcoming Workshops:

    • SBIR Phase II – June 20th
    • SBIR/STTR Phase I – July 19th
    • SBIR Phase III – November (TBD) – Invitation Only

    The Workshops are presented by Dr. Marie Talnack at the PortTech Training Center in San Pedro, CA.  Marie Talnack’s career in technology transfer and business development has spanned over 25 years since the SBIR and STTR programs were first established. She has worked at four research universities and two national research laboratories as well as her own consulting firm established in 1991.  Working with more than 300 companies, she has assisted in the development of over 500 technical proposals and grants which have been leveraged into $60 million in private capital funding

    The SBIR program provides funding to small, high-tech businesses to research, design, develop, and test new technology ideas related to specific needs defined in competitive solicitations floated by the federal agencies. The program stimulates technological innovation by funding new ideas that would not otherwise be funded, and helps introduce small business solutions into the market and to meet a wide range of Government research priorities, from national defense and renewable energy systems to new medical or educational solutions.

    To participate, a company must:

    • Be a small business with 500 or fewer employees
    • Be independently owned and operated
    • Be organized for profit
    • Have its principal place of business in the United States
    • Be at least 51 percent owned by U.S. citizens or lawfully admitted permanent resident aliens

    In addition:

    • The primary employment of the principal investigator must be with the small business
    • The proposing firm must perform at least 2/3rd of the R&D work in Phase I and at least 1/2 in Phase II

    Workshop Attendees Receive:
    • Up-to-date SBIR/STTR information
    • Key submittal dates for all 11 federal agency applications
    • Additional resources and guidelines for proposal preparation
    • In-depth understanding of the SBIR scoring systems
    • Personalized match of funding topics with your technology
    • Sample workplans, sample proposals resumes and letters of support
    • Tips and tricks for preparing a winning proposal
    • One-on-one technical and financial consulting

    Advanced Registration for the workshops is required.

    PortTech Los Angeles, a commercialization center and incubation program, promotes and develops companies with technologies that enable enterprises and consumers to meet their immediate and future environmental, energy, security and logistics goals. PortTechLA is an integral part of the Clean Tech Los Angeles Initiative, a founding member of the Business Incubation Network of Southern California and is a member of the National Business Incubation Association. The incubator is located adjacent to the Port of Los Angeles in the heart of the San Pedro Business Improvement and Arts, Culture and Entertainment Districts.

     
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