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Success Stories

Over the years, NASA SBIR/STTR funding has helped many innovative ideas become successful commercial products. Find our full offering of articles about the program's impressive awardees and their impactful technologies here!

Four people stand are gathered around a computer screen. The person on the left is Dr. Darayas Patel of Oakwood University; on the right is the President and CEO of SSSOT, Dr. Sergey Sarkisov. Two students stand between them, recording data from the computer, while Dr. Patel and Dr. Sarkisov guide them.

Partnerships that Prepare for Success Oakwood University and SSS Optical Technologies

In 2022, Oakwood University became a first-time research institution participant in NASA’s Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program by utilizing the agency's M-STTR (now MPLAN) opportunity.

City scape of New York City at sunrise with multiple airplanes and other flying vehicles

Spectral Energies developed a NASA SBIR-Funded Tech that Could Change the Way We Fly

Spectral Energies, based in Beavercreek, Ohio, has found a customer base for its pulse-burst laser systems.

SBIR/STTR Fraud, Waste, & Abuse

The Small Business Administration maintains a list of recent cases of fraud, waste, and abuse in SBIR/STTR programs across the government.