In 2011, the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority approved a $70,000 seed capital investment to Nanowatt Design. The purpose was to help the Fayetteville-based firm launch its marketing efforts.
And the support appears to be paying off. According to a May 15th press release, NanoWatt Design has been awarded a $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Science Foundation.
ASTA Client InvoTek, Inc., a research and development company in Alma, Arkansas, has received a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Institutes of Health. The NIH award will fund the development of a prototype device that enables people with difficult to understand speech to use their natural speech to communicate effectively, even in noisy rooms.
This week the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority launches the latest chapter in its multi-day Facebook video series ASTA Spotlight.
ASSET Initiative students move hi-tech ideas from the lab bench to viable commercial products.
In this video spotlight, ASTA highlights Fayetteville-based client SFC Fluidics. The company provides products to a diverse range of markets including point-of-care diagnostics, analytical instrumentation and laboratory liquid handling.