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Related to the comment re: propulsion topics not being in SBIR topic of interest, a very brief look at the 2021 NASA SBIR solicitation shows the topic below. This was a 2 minute look. Focus Area 1 In-Space Propulsion Technologies Lead MD: STMD Participating MD(s): STTR NASA is interested in technologies for advanced in-space propulsion systems to reduce ...


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A viable answer to your question will be highly dependent on where you live, which you did not specify. Every technically savvy country will inevitably have a patent office. Thruster designs are patentable. If your proposal has any validity you should talk with people in your environment who deal with intellectual property (IP). Getting a provisional patent ...


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There is a federal program for funding of small business research concepts. It is called the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR). Each agency puts out a procurement document each year with desired topics of interest, i.e., army, navy, air force, nasa, and all the other agencies. Novel propulsion topics are always a topic of interest. Look ...


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