MDC company Awarables was awarded a Phase 1B matching funds grant from the National Science Foundation
Baltimore MD | April 1, 2016
MDC client company Awarables, Inc. was awarded a Phase 1B matching funds grant from the National Science Foundation. This $30,000 grant expands the current NSF Phase 1 SBIR award for the development and commercialization of the Awarables Sleep Analytics System (SAS). The award matches a $60,000 investment from the Abell Foundation.
“We are pleased to receive this award from the National Science Foundation together with the investment from the Abell Foundation. This will enable us to extend the capabilities of the Awarables Sleep Analytics System to help the many, many people who have problems sleeping,” said Dr. Madhvi Upender, co-founder and CEO of Awarables.
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