Lenterra has a history of successful Small Business Innovation Research grant applications, including several Phase II projects. Funding has been received from a number of federal agencies and from the state of New Jersey.

We’re proud of the support and recognition of our efforts to advance fluid flow measurement standards so they adhere to FDA vision.

2013 DoD SBIR Phase I – Broad Range Radiation Detector Based on Spectrum Shifts of Opto-Mechanical Microcavity – Contract No. W911NF-13-C-0055

2010 NSF SBIR Phase II – Shear Stress Sensor Based on Optical Micro-Spring Technology – Award No. 0956631

2010 NSF SBIR Phase I – Spectral Photoionization Detector (SPID): Real-Time, in situ Detection and Identification of Volatile Organic Compounds Using Electron Spectroscopy – Award No. 0945167

 

2009 NSF SBIR Phase I –  Shear Stress Sensor Based on Optical Micro-Spring Technology – Award No. 0839528

2008 New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology SBIR Bridge Grant (for PIES analyzer development) [link]

2008 DOE SBIR Phase II –  A Cost-Effective Analytical Technology for Identification and Measurement of Greenhouse Gases – Grant No. DE-FG02-07ER84894

2008 New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology Incubator Seed Fund Grant (for micro-optical shear stress sensor development) [PDF]

2007 NSF SBIR Phase I – Micro-Sized Gas Analyzer for Identification and Measurement of Environmental Gas Constituents  – Award No. 0739891

2007 DOE SBIR Phase I – A Cost-Effective Analytical Technology for Identification and Measurement of Greenhouse Gases – Grant No. DE-FG02-07ER84894

2005 NASA SBIR Phase II – Fast GC for Space Applications Based on PIES Technology – Proposal No. SBIR-04-II S4.01-9928

2005 NSF STTR Phase I – Distributed Micro-Optical Sensor Technology for Temperature, Pressure and Strain Measurements (in collaboration with Polytechnic University) – Award No. 0539067

2004 NASA SBIR Phase I – Fast GC for Space Applications Based on PIES Technology – Proposal No. SBIR-04-I S4.01-9928

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