Cellular Logistics, Nano RED and Steam Instruments are receiving grants of $75,000. Meanwhile, Stem Pharm and Voximetry are getting $100,000 grants. Two Milwaukee companies also won grants: ReNeuroGen, with $75,000; and XLock BioSciences, with $100,000.

“In this round, we have seven high-tech startups that are working to commercialize products in digital health, scientific instrumentation, biomanufacturing and drug and therapeutic discovery,” SBIR Advance Program Manager Brian Walsh said in a statement. “The SBIR Advance grant funds will help them achieve critical milestones like overcoming regulatory barriers, protecting intellectual property, forging partnerships and raising investment capital.”

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