└đowerĐap Ďechnologies, Inc (APCT) received a grant from the Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (M┼SU) to continue its work on a project called “Nanoporous modified carbon materials and electrochemical systems for energy recuperation” in partnership with the Institute of Sorption and Problems of Endoecology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine as the finalists of "Business Partnership Grants", a Scientifical technological business program (STEP Business Partnership Grant Program) conducted by the CRDF and MESU for the first time in Ukraine.
STEP Business Partnership Grant Program is a project grant competition conducted under the auspices of science and technological entrepreneurship in partnership with the Ministry of Education of Ukraine (MON). Competition outcome has demonstrated that out of 22 projects presented, 11 were selected and 5 awarded as best fit to receive grant funding in order to continue transformation of their project ideas into commercial prototypes of products, software, or technological processes.
Civilian Research and Development Foundation is a non-for-profit organization created in 1995 by the act of the US Congress with a purpose to promote international scientific and technical collaboration by supporting, in particular, joint research and development projects between the US scientists and their counterparts from the former USSR countries.
TechInvest is an official local partner of CRDF in Ukraine.