Creare, Inc.

16 Great Hollow Road Array
Hanover, NH 03755
http://www.creare.com
132 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 1038
Total Value of Awards $289MM
Active Awards 3 valued at $2.98MM
First Award Date 01/01/83
Most Recent Award Date 08/07/17

3 Active Awards Valued at $2.98MM

Award Title Awarding Agency Phase Award amount Start Date End Date
Manufacture of Metallic Fuel Pins With Advanced Geometries DoE 2 $1000K 07/31/17 07/30/19
Electrostatic Precipitation System for Radionuclide Particle Collection DoE 2 $1000K 07/31/17 07/30/19
Field Deployed Otoacoustic Emissions Probe for Objective Tracking of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss DoD 2 $979K 09/30/16 02/28/19

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Jaeger Dr. Michael D. Jaeger 18 Message
Pilvelait Bruce R. Pilvelait PhD 44 Message
Knaus Dr. Darin A. Knaus 29 Message
Kynor David B. Kynor 70 Message
Magari Dr. Patrick J. Magari 41 Message
Hill Dr. Roger W. Hill 6 Message
Dietz Dr. Anthony J. Dietz 44 Message
May Dr. B. Scott May 1 Message
Wilson Dr. John M. Wilson 2
Kenton Dr. Marc A. Kenton 9 Message
Kaszeta Dr. Richard Kaszeta 10 Message
Elkouh Dr. Nabil A. Elkouh 17 Message
McCormick Dr. John A. McCormick 3 Message
Berg Dr. Joel L. Berg 4 Message
Greeley Mr. Harold P. Greeley 10 Message
Baschnagel Mr. William R. Baschnagel 42 Message
Stacy Mr. W. Dodd Stacy 8 Message
Dvinsky Arkady S. Dvinsky 8
Patel Dr. Bharatan R Patel 6
Crowley Christopher J. Crowley 30 Message
Sixsmith Dr. Herbert Sixsmith 29
Iannello Dr. Victor Iannello 5
Valenzuela Dr. Javier A Valenzuela 32
Swift Walter L Swift 6
Stacy W Dodd Stacy 8 Message
Rothe Paul H. Rothe 15 Message
Martin Dr. Jerry L. Martin 9
Shimko Martin A Shimko 7 Message
Stacy W.D. Stacy 4
Beck Douglas S Beck PhD 2
Crowle Mr. Christopher J. Crowle 5
Jasinski Thomas Jasinski 11
Kennedy Dr. Mark R. Kennedy 6
Nutt William E. Nutt 6
Miller Matthew J. Miller 13
Goeking Kent Goeking PhD 5
Block Dr. James A Block 59
Stacey W. Dodd Stacey 1
Driscoll Dr. Richard Driscoll 1
STACY Wdodd STACY 1
Dolan Francis X. Dolan 1
Crowley Mr. Christoper J. Crowley 1
SixsmithThoma Dr. Herbert SixsmithThoma 1
Martin Ms. Christine M. Martin 1
Onishi Dr. Shinzo Onishi 3
Chen Weibo B. Chen 34 Message
Sorensen Paul H. Sorensen 24 Message
Bieszczad Jerry Bieszczad 4 Message
Jay Rozzi Jay 1 Message
Wilbur Jed Wilbur 8 Message
Phillips Scott D. Phillips 2 Message
Gold Calman Gold 1 Message
Beach Theodore L. Beach 2 Message
Sixsmith H. Sixsmith 2
Smith Wayne Smith 2
Murthy Jayathi Y. Murthy 2
Izenson Dr. Izenson 1 Message
Izenson Dr. Izenson 1 Message
Izenson Dr. Izenson 1 Message
Izenson Dr. Izenson 1 Message
Mark V. Zagarola Mark 2 Message
Baschnagel Wiliam R. Baschnagel 1 Message
Willett Gordon H. Willett 3 Message
Sixthsmith Dr. Herbert Sixthsmith 4
Laville Dr. Frederic Laville 1
J W Goe Thomas J J W Goe 1
Hickin Mr. Robert A. Hickin 3
Belanger Sheryl D. Belanger 9 Message
Sorenson Paul H. Sorenson 1 Message
Barry Dr. James Barry 114 Message
Berry James Berry 1 Message
Allen Lindsay Allen 2 Message
Clavier Dr. Odile Clavier 27 Message
Barton Michael D. Barton 10 Message
Rozzi Jay C Rozzi PhD 53 Message
Breedlove Mr. Jeffrey J Breedlove 29 Message
Fogg David Fogg 3 Message
Audette William E. Audette 5 Message
Hil Roger W Hil 0 Message
Cameron Benjamin H Cameron 1 Message
Bieszczad Mr. Jery Bieszczad 3 Message
C Weibo C PhD 0 Message
Micka Daniel J. Micka PhD 3 Message
Norris James Norris 1 Message
Swanwick Michael Swanwick 2 Message
Schoder Robert K Schoder 1 Message
Zagarola Dr. Mark V. Zagarola 41 Message
Kline-Schoder Dr. Robert J. Kline-Schoder 127 Message
Izenson Dr. Michael G. Izenson 124 Message
Ramsey Marc Ramsey 1 Message
Chepko Ariane Chepko 2 Message
KlineSchoder Robert J KlineSchoder 2 Message

1038 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic: RFA-DC-16-002
Budget: 08/07/17 - 07/31/18

This proposal responds to RFA?DC-16-002, in which the NIDCD is seeking to support the development of acoustic signal processing tools that have the potential to accelerate research studies and to facilitate the translation of novel algorithms for hearing aids. Approximately 15% of American adults report some degree of hearing trouble, and 12.7% ...

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 04a
Budget: 07/31/17 - 07/30/19

To monitor for compliance with nonproliferation treaties such as the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, approximately 80 ground stations around the world collect radionuclide aerosols from the atmosphere and measure the isotopic composition to detect, locate, and characterize nuclear events. These stations process enormous volumes of air to ...

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 30b
Budget: 07/31/17 - 07/30/19

New types of nuclear power plants are under development that will enable nuclear power to provide a large-scale source of environmentally benign power generation while improving safety and minimizing proliferation risks. For best performance, these reactors will require large numbers of uranium alloy fuel pins made with annular geometries that r...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 16a
Budget: 06/12/17 - 12/11/17

Ocean and tidal currents contain a huge amount of power that is currently untapped. This power could be used very efficiently to desalinate water for water-poor regions located near coastlines. A major obstacle is the high cost of manufacturing and deployment of ocean systems. We propose an innovative new technology that can dramatically reduce ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic: PA-15-269
Budget: 04/01/17 - 03/31/18

? DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Hearing loss is a leading public health concern, with about 17% of American adults reporting some degree of impairment. Of those, fewer than 20% seek help for their condition for a variety of reasons. To address this issue, the National Institue of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) is se...

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Defense
Topic: DHP15-015
Budget: 09/30/16 - 02/28/19

Progressive noise-induced hearing loss may jeopardize a service members ability to be deployed or continue in communication-critical job duties. It is the fourth leading cause of medical referral for service members returning from deployments. Distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) are a sensitive objective screening tool. However,...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N111-071
Budget: 09/30/16 - 08/31/18

Hydrothermal vents emit large amounts of hot water, which has the potential to produce electric power. This type of power source can enable remote sea sensors and communication networks, recharge unmanned underwater vehicles, and facilitate a variety of other deep sea activities. Developing a power system for this application is challenging be...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Army
Topic: A16A-T012
Budget: 09/29/16 - 04/03/17

Analysis of chemical and biological samples in the field has many advantages over laboratory analysis. Laboratory analyses can be slow, involve increased expense, lead to additional waste generation and disposal problems, and may introduce errors due to sample degradation or mishandling. In situ analysis mitigates all of these problems. The s...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A16-031
Budget: 09/23/16 - 03/22/17

Maintaining accurate position location information (PLI) during operational missions is a critical requirement for the dismounted soldier. This requirement is unmet in heavily forested and jungle environments where GPS reception is unavailable due to dense canopy cover. In such environments, soldiers must determine their location by using visu...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: A12-080
Budget: 09/22/16 - 06/30/17

Increased mission endurance is a critical requirement for many unmanned air vehicles, creating a need for new propulsion technology. This project aims to increase mission endurance by developing advanced recuperators that will reduce fuel consumption and significantly expand the mission envelopes for turboshaft-powered UAVs. Creares innovative...

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