Ohio

Top Active SBIR/STTR Participating Firms

Firm Awards Total
Dayton, OH
216 $50.7MM
70 $35.2MM
Lewis Center, OH
87 $27.1MM
Englewood, OH
98 $26.7MM
DUBLIN, OH
117 $26.6MM
Columbus, OH
79 $26.5MM
Cedarville, OH
107 $22.7MM
Cleveland, OH
39 $18.9MM
Cincinnati, OH
46 $17.7MM
Dayton, OH
47 $16.7MM
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Top Active STTR Research Institutions

Institution Awards Total
147 $39.2MM
110 $26.2MM
42 $8.52MM
40 $9.86MM
Cincinnati, OH
34 $6.31MM
22 $4.87MM
16 $6.06MM
Athens, OH
15 $3.1MM
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
13 $4.8MM
13 $3.6MM

Most Recent First-Time Award Recipients

Firm Award Title Starts
Aeiou Scientific, LLC
COLUMBUS, OH
Development and validation of a novel non-invasive device for measuring the mechanical properties ...
Department of Health & Human Services
12/01/17
Nervive, Inc.
AKRON, OH
Early Feasibility Clinical Study of the VitalFlow Stimulator, an Emergency Treatment for Ischemic ...
Department of Health & Human Services
08/01/17
TeraProbes Inc
Hilliard, OH
SBIR Phase I: Fully-Automated Non-contact Probe System for On-wafer MillimeterWave and THz ...
National Science Foundation
07/01/17
Dyad Medical, Inc.
PEPPER PIKE, OH
Software for OCT Analysis of Vascular Stents
Department of Health & Human Services
07/01/17
Melink Corporation
Cincinnati, OH
Geothermal HVAC- PCM Seasonal Energy Storage
Department of Energy
06/12/17
Mercury Biomed, LLC
CLEVELAND, OH
Testing and Commercialization of a Superior Device to Maintain Perioperative Normothermia In ...
Department of Health & Human Services
05/01/17
Denovotherapies, LLC
SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH
A Novel, Non-Cytotoxic, Epigenetic Therapeutic for Sickle Cell Disease
Department of Health & Human Services
04/24/17
PLCC2 LLC
Columbus, OH
A collaboration to develop a commercialization path or a Photonic Memory Controller Module (P-MCM)
Department of Energy
02/21/17
UES Services
Dayton, OH
Low Cost HEA Anode for Distributed Reforming and Prevention of Carbon Deposition in SOFC(16-RD-909)
Department of Energy
02/21/17
Thermomorph LLc
Toledo, OH
SBIR Phase I: A Mechanical Blood Clot Removal Device for Pulmonary Embolism
National Science Foundation
02/01/17
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