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AIR FORCE Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR

Date of publication: 2017-08-29 08:50

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Lavoie, T. B., 596
Lazarova, D. L., 977
Lazo, J. S., 855
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Lee, Y. J., 996
Leffert, J. J., 886
Lewensohn, R., 668
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Malignant ascites, 865
Mammary tumors, 856
Marine sponge, 66
MCF-7 cells, 668
Medicinal plants, 69
Mesothelioma, 978
Mitochondrial complex I, 679
Mitochondrial membrane potential, 885
Mitotic checkpoint proteins, 666
Multidrug resistance, 656
Murine erythroleukemia (MEL) cells, 76
Myoma, 765

Alcohol-related dementia: an update of the evidence

Fanelli, M., 657
Fang, K., 979
Feng, X., 955
Fontana, F., 795
Foschino Barbaro, M. P., 875
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PHASE II: Build hardware based on Phase I design. Validate measurement technique, including testing, modeling and simulation. Representative test articles range from 7-inch dia. by 7-inches long to approximately 66-inch dia. by 85-inches long. Any demonstrations would be expected on small articles with modeling and simulation to prove validity for large articles. Due to extremely large number of fragments and particles in a given test event, post-processing should be automated to the extent possible.

NADH oxidase, 799, 557
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma, 766, 895
Neoplastic tumor suppressor genes, 986
NF- k B, 6
Nicotinamide, 569
Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), 888, 875
N -oxide nicotinamide, 569

PHASE I: Design a laboratory scale concept for a modular, secure, and affordable solution for ADS-B integration (ADS-B Out and ADS-B In) on Air Force platforms. Develop a test plan for assessing modularity, level of security, and affordability of developed solution.

PHASE I: Using current DISA and Service guidance, design a conceptual architectural construct of an airborne Cloud computing environment. This must support resilient and secure tactical operations within a high-capacity backbone aerial layer networking topology. This effort must deliver a laboratory instantiation of the cloud serving the tactical edge user, and other temporary and permanent users.

The Phase I award winners must accomplish the majority of their primary research during the first six months of the contract with the additional three months of effort to be used for generating final reports. Each AF organization may request Phase II proposals prior to the completion of the first six months of the contract based upon an evaluation of the contractor’s technical progress and review by the AF technical point of contact utilizing the criteria in section of the DoD solicitation. The last three months of the nine-month Phase I contract will provide project continuity for all Phase II award winners so no modification to the Phase I contract should be necessary.

OBJECTIVE: Develop aerial sensor processing algorithms to create measurable 8D reconstructions of a scene assuming persistent aerial reconnaissance under high level.

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