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MEP Client, TeraProbes Inc., Awarded NSF SBIR Grant

July 17, 2017    Read TeraProbe, Inc.'s press release

TeraProbes Inc., one of our MEP charter clients, has been awarded a $225,000 National Science Foundation/Small Business Innovation Research grant. They qualify as a small business who is performing unique, high-quality work to benefit the science and technology industry.  

Kubilay Sertel, founder of TeraProbes, Inc., approached CDME to help him realize his newest innovation – the world's first probe station that offers non-contact characterization of electronic devices and integrated circuits on both individual chips and entire wafers. Through the award of this recent grant, TeraProbes, Inc will "conduct research and development (R&D) work on automated and non-invasive testing of high frequency integrated circuits". (2017, July 17). Retrieved from

"The NSF Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) program seeks to transform scientific discover into societal and econimic benefit by catalyzing private sector commercialization of technological innovations. The program increases the incentive and opportunity for startups and small businesses to undertake cutting-edge, high-quality scientific research and development." (2017, July 24). Retrieved from

Our work helping to develop and commercialize products for small to medium-sized manufacturers leads to many great opportunities. Just one of our strengths is writing and applying for grants, such as this one, that benefit these valuable entities who are making contributions to science and technology.

If you are a small to medium-sized manufacturer in the central OH region and would like to discuss how CDME can help you realize a greater commercial potential, contact us today. We help. You win!