BIO Calls for Reform to SBIR Eligibility Requirements as Program Nears Renewal | GenomeWeb
The Biotechnology Industry Organization last week called for reform of eligibility requirements for the US Small Business Innovation Research grant program, which BIO maintains is preventing more than half of all small US private biotech companies from competing for grants and supports a small number of “grant hogs” that garner a disproportionate amount of funding from the program.

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