International Consumer Electronics Show

Eureka Park, an area dedicated to up-and-coming technology born from fundamental science and engineering innovation, at the world's largest consumer electronics event, the International CES®. In this video series, the National Science Foundation features some of their SBIR grantees who presented at the CES.

Smart vents to save energy – CES 2015

Keen Home co-founder Nayeem Hussain explains how the smart vents integrate into daily life. Keen Homes is funded through NSF's Small Business Innovation Research program.

Light-based virus detection – CES 2015

NSF-funded small business Nexgen Arrays is developing tests for the detection of viruses, including Ebola, Lassa, and Marburg, directly from blood, near the site of patient care.

Self-powered device measures lung function - CES 2015

A portable device powered by a simple breath can measure lung function and transmit results to your phone. The 3-D printed device is designed to enable people with lung conditions, such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), to gauge their lung function without having to visit a clinic.