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National Institutes of Health
Commercialization Assistance Program (CAP)
For Phase II SBIR Awardees
(Managed by Larta Institute)

CAP Data                              


NIH CAP Progress Reports
The progress reports included on this website are the results of tracking those who participated in NIH’s SBIR Commercialization Assistance Program over the past several years. Following the completion of the program, participants are tracked for an 18-month period in two 9-month intervals. Commercialization data from a baseline period which spans the duration of the program is also collected. The reports provide progress tracking results for each year’s participants and are only summaries of the data. Quantifiable data such as number of deals and partnerships, revenue, and growth in equity funding are included as well as data indicating the participants’ perceived impact the program had on their commercialization progress.

NIH CAP: Breeding success, one company at a time
2004-2009

See information about the commercialization progress previous CAP participants made between 2004 and 2009 (PDF - 74 KB). This data was collected at the conclusion of each year's program and again at two nine-month intervals.

NIH CAP Virtual Showcase 

The technologies showcased are those which have been developed through the NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. Each company listed has participated in the NIH SBIR Commercialization Assistance Program (CAP). Potential strategic partners and investors are encouraged to peruse the business opportunities offered here and contact the companies directly for those of interest.

Disclaimer Note: Information contained on this site neither constitutes nor should be inferred to be an endorsement or recommendation by NIH. 

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This page last updated on August 27, 2009
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