1. If applicable, please give the number of patents, copyrights, trademarks and/or scientific publications for the technology developed as a result of Phase I. (Enter numbers. If none, enter 0 (zero); leave blank if unknown.)

    # Applied For or Submitted / # Received/Published

319 / 251

Patent(s)

50 / 42

Copyright(s)

52 / 47

Trademark(s)

521 / 472

Scientific Publication(s)

  1. In your opinion, in the absence of this Phase I award, would your company have undertaken this Phase I research? (Select only one lettered response. If you select c, and the research, absent the SBIR award, would have been different in scope or duration, check all appopriate boxes.) Unless otherwise stated, % are based on 1,366.

5%

Definitely yes

7%

Probably yes, similiar scope and duration

16%

Probably yes, but the research would have been different in the following way

 

% based on 218 who responded probably yes, but research would have …

 

75%

Reduced scope

 

4%

Increased scope

 

21%

No Response to scope

 

5%

Faster completion

 

51%

Slower completion

 

44%

No Response to completion rate

14%

Uncertain

40%

Probably not

16%

Definitely not

4%

No Response to question 12

Part III. Funding and other assistance


Commercialization of the results of an SBIR project normally requires additional developmental funding. Questions 13 and 14 address additional funding. Additional developmental funds include non-SBIR funds from federal or private sector sources, or from your own company, used for further development and/or commercialization of the technology developed during this Phase I project.



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