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Department of Energy, Office of Science, Funding Opportunity DE-FOA-0002146, 2020

Among the topics listed under DOE's current funding opportunity, the Office of Environmental Management seeks new on-site and field monitoring tools and sensors. As part of its current initiative to develop a process to close pump-and-treat systems effectively, DOE will need new methods of long-term monitoring. On-site and field monitoring tools and sensors that are part of a broad, spatially integrated monitoring system would reduce lab analysis costs significantly. Example desirable technologies include field analysis sensors, deployed sensors, geophysical monitoring tools, screening tools, and other concepts to reduce the number of lab-based analyses or to reduce sampling costs. SBIR Phase I applications for grants of up to $200,000 will be accepted until February 24, 2020. Additional information:

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