InvoTek receives new SBIR grant

October 13, 2010

InvoTek receives new SBIR grant

The National Institutes of Health notified InvoTek this week that we will receive a new Phase 1 SBIR grant. This $125K grant investigates integrating head and eye movement tracking into a unified access method for people who cannot use their hands to control a computer. This grant will likely start in December, 2010. This is the 21st SBIR grant received by InvoTek. "SBIR" stands for Small Business Innovation Research and is a program funded by the federal government. You can learn more at http://www.sbir.gov. [10/13/2010]




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