January 20, 2021

SBIR Matching Funds

The New Mexico state Economic Development Department (NMEDD) awarded Mesa Photonics a $100,000 grant to commercialize a remote sensor for natural gas leak detection.
August 11, 2020

Compensated 4D ultrafast pulse characterization

DOE Phase I SBIR award DE-SC0020702
$206,500
Started July, 2020
August 11, 2020

Ground-based water vapor atmospheric vertical profiler

DOE Phase II SBIR award DE-SC0019543
$1,550,000
Started April, 2020
June 3, 2020

Droplet Characterization and Generation

Studies of cloud microphysics require in situ measurements of droplet size distribution and droplet concentration. Deployment platforms are shifting from aircraft towards unmanned aerial systems including tethered balloons and small UAV’s. There is a need in new inexpensive, fast and compact instruments for in situ cloud droplet/drizzle measurement, suitable for deployment on small unmanned aerial platforms.
March 8, 2020

Downhole Raman Phase I

Phase I SBIR award DE-SC0020525
$206,415
Started February 2020
February 20, 2020

Compact high performance sulfur dioxide monitor

EPA Phase I contract 68HERC20C0030
$100,000
Started Feb, 2020
January 30, 2020

Monodisperse aerosol generator

DOE Phase I SBIR grant DE-SC0020524
$206,415
Started February 2020
January 29, 2020

Portable low-power soil gas analyzer

DOE Phase II SBIR grant DE-SC0017158
$1,509,998
Started May 2018
July 26, 2019

Funding Received for Research and Development

Two New Mexico businesses, Mesa Photonics LLC and Woodruff Scientific Inc., were awarded $2.1M in funding from DOE's SBIR and STTR programs to support scientific innovation.
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