Blog tagged as t3

For Immediate Release: WBI’s T3 Accelerator Grads Secure 40 Percent of Phase II Funding

Dayton, May 17, 2021: The latest T3 Transition Accelerator, a joint project of Wright Brothers Institute (WBI), the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), The Entrepreneurs Center (TEC), andthe Department of the Air Force Small Business Innovation/Small Business Technology Transfer Program, a divisi...

03.06.21 03:53 PM - Comment(s)

By: Jennie Hempstead and Laura Dempsey

  • Innovation doesn’t happen within a single entity or organization
  • Partners become champions, so partner wisely
  • End-users are integral to the process and value partial solutions over perfect engineering
  • Innovation means working around barrier, after barrie...
24.02.20 04:36 PM - Comment(s)

FLC (federal laboratory consortium for technology transfer) hosted their Midwest & Southeast Regional Meeting October 15-17 in Milwaukee, WI. This event aims to educate, promote, and facilitate tech transfer offices about the importance of collaborating with other federal labs, academics and pri...

01.11.19 06:12 PM - Comment(s)
WBI Expertise, Knowledge Connects AFRL AI Manufacturing Network to Accelerate 3-D Printing for Operational Use

WBI helped AFRL/RX set up the collaboration environment that creates a secure domain for students and AFRL researchers to work in tandem on basic research data and collaborate in real-time. creates a secure domain for students and AFRL researchers to work in tandem on basic research data and collabo...

07.10.19 07:14 PM - Comment(s)

Ms. Devaki Raj, CEO and Founder at CrowdAI, pitches her product to a crowd of small businesses, venture capitalists, and Airmen during the Inaugural Air Force Pitch Day in Manhattan, New York, March 7, 2019. Raj was awarded a same-day contract with the U.S. Air Force during AF Pitch Day. AF Pitch Day is designed as a fast-track program to put companies on one-page contracts and same-day awards with the swipe of a government credit card. The Air Force is partnering with small businesses to help further national security in air, space and cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Anthony Nelson Jr.)

Last week at the first-ever Air Force Pitch Day in NYC, Air Force Magazine reported "The Air Force awarded 51 initial phase one (Small Business Innovation Research - SBIR) contracts, immediately delivering $3.5 million with the swipe of a government credit card, with another $5.25 million to be...

18.03.19 09:21 PM - Comment(s)