WTC participated in a unique opportunity to showcase exciting new technologies at the 2001 Association of Washington Business’ (AWB) annual Legislative Reception. Held at the WestCoast Olympia Hotel, this event is one of the largest gatherings of business leaders and public officials in Washington. A record 500 people attended this year.
In preparation for the event, companies and researchers developed exhibits and product demonstrations featuring WTC-funded projects. Attendees received hands-on experience with new and future products from:
— Decagon Devices, Pullman, device to analyze freezing characteristics of food, soils, and other materials.
— EKOS Corporation, Bothell, ultrasound-enhanced drug delivery system.
— Mikron Industries, Inc., Kent, improved materials for vinyl window and door products.
— Radiant Optics, Inc., Woodinville, high efficiency radiant heaters.
— StressWave, Inc., Kent, process to improve metal fatigue.
— UNIBEST International Corp., Pasco, ion capsules for soil testing.
— UW Human Interface Technology Lab, Seattle, “MagicBook”: 3D imaging via computer interface.
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