EPA SBIR Phase 1 Kick-off

By: Norton Kaplan, President & COO For well over 15 years, Foresight has been the Commercialization Support Contractor for the EPA Phase 1&2 SBIR Program. Over the years the program has transformed from generating market data reports to strategic consulting on an individual basis. Feedback from the Awardees along with the commercialization results realized by Read More …

NOAA SBIR Phase 2 Kick-off

On October 10, 2017, Dr. Konstantin Izvolsky, Director of Consulting and Training, and Norton Kaplan, President & COO met with the NOAA SBIR Program Manager and SBIR Commercialization Coordinator to initiate the support of the Phase 2 program for this new contract. As described by NOAA, “The mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Read More …

NASA Langley Building Culture of Innovation through Fast Track To Market Competition

By: Daniel Satinsky, VP of Business Development NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) is continuing to develop a culture supporting technology commercialization through its second annual “Fast Track to Market Competition” which took place on June 22, 2017. Conceived by Foresight Science & Technology, LaRC’s technology commercialization support contractor, the Office of Innovation at the Office of Read More …

Foresight Featured Speaker at NASA Event

Norton Kaplan, Foresight President & COO was an invited speaker at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Strategic Partnership Office (SPO) 23rd Annual New Technology Reporting Program on June 13, 2017. The issuing of patents to the GSFC inventors is a major step in promoting the transfer of GSFC-developed technologies to the private sector. Commercialization Read More …

Growing Opportunities in Asia

By: Konstantin Izvolsky, Director of Assessment & Training On April 24-25, 2017 Dr. Phyllis Speser (CEO) and I represented Foresight Science & Technology at the AUTM Asia-2017 conference which took place in Hong Kong Science and Technology Park. Several hundred attendees representing China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, India and other countries discussed the problems Read More …