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Awards

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NSF Phase I SBIR

Ras Labs was awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Science Foundation in July 2017 for a 12-month project. The purpose of the "Adjustable Prosthetic Liner Using Contractile Electroactive Polymers" project is to optimize Ras Labs' electroactive polymers for the development of self-adjusting prosthetic liners that respond to patients' residual limb volume changes.

National Science Foundation

Breakout Labs

Ras Labs has received funding through Breakout Labs, which is part of the Thiel Foundation.

Breakout Labs

Other Awards

· ISS R&D Innovation in Commercialization & Nongovernment Utilization Award, 2016.

· MassTLC Leadership Awards Finalist, Innovation Technology of the Year: Robotics, 2016.

· Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (PPDC) Award administered through Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), awarded 2014, funded in 2015-2016.

· Center for Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) Award, awarded 2013, funded 2014, payload to International Space Station (ISS) in 2015, and experiment returned to Earth 2016.

· MassTLC Leadership Awards Finalist, Innovation Technology of the Year: Robotics, 2014.

· MassChallenge 2013 Global Finalist, 2013.