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ATP Home Page

About the Advanced Technology Program

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About ATP

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ATP Organization

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Staff and Technology Liaisons

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Advisory Committee


ATP Partnerships

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Participation in ATP

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State Partnerships

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Showcase of Successes

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Technology Diffusion


ATP Fast Facts

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ATP Supports All Sectors of the Economy

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ATP Promotes and Speeds Up Development of High Risk Technology

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ATP Improves Quality of Life

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ATP Award Statistics

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Findings from EAO's Post-Project Survey

bullet Assistive Technologies: How ATP Helps People with Disabilities


Products and Services

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Funded Projects Database

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Intramural Funding Database

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Status Reports for Completed
ATP Projects

bullet Helpful Resources
bullet Electronic Submission System
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Economic Studies and Other Publications

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Alliance Network

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ATP Site Index


Resources for ATP Recipients
bullet 2004 Projects Kick-Off
bullet Guide to Cooperative Agreements
Contact ATP staff member
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Date created: 9/2/2001
Last updated: October 4, 2004

 

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Recent Awards
Recent Awards
(announced September 28, 2004)

Announcement, Cumulative listing, and Award Statistics.

High-risk R&D areasAnimated image showing some examples of high-risk technologies funded by ATP such as DNA diagnostics, printed wiring board, artificial thymus, composite tower, composite particles, precision assembly process, mammographic x-ray instrument, and a zirconocene complex.

ATP funds high-risk, high payoff projects from all technology areas. A complete listing of the general categories of projects ATP has funded is shown here.

ATP manages and assesses projects through our three Offices:

2004 ATP Competition
Fiscal Year 2004 Competition
(CLOSED April 14, 2004)

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Headlines, News and Events

bullet Commerce's NIST Advanced Technology Program Announces New Awards
bullet Emergency 'Shoelacing' for Fractured Phone Systems
bullet Closing the Competitive Gap:  A Retrospective Analysis of the ATP 2mm Project
bullet Sound welding examined at Ford
bullet Smart answers to homeland security challenges
bullet Cost Analysis of Inadequate Interoperability in the U.S. Capital Facilities Industry
bullet Composites Manufacturing Technologies: Applications in Automotive, Petroleum, and Civil Infrastructure Industries
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ATP Cumulative Award Statistics
(1990 – September 2004 )

bullet Economic Impact of the Advanced Technology Program's HDTV Joint Venture
bullet Toolkit for Evaluating Public R&D Funding

Media Announcements
Current and archives

Meetings and Events
Calendar and regional events

Presentations by ATP Staff 
Listing and general information

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