Monthly Archives: April 2002

Microvision works wonders in the Microfabrication Laboratory

Imagine an airline pilot being able to view sectional maps and airport landing strip charts without having to look down at the instruments. Or a surgeon able to perform image-guided neurosurgery from an image overlaid into his natural field of … Continue reading

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WTC accelerating energy technology industry

A WTC-led group is focusing on shortening the time for Washington companies to commercialize energy technology-related products. The opportunity is based on the critical need for the nation’s energy infrastructure to change. “The transition of our national energy infrastructure over … Continue reading

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SBIR networking event draws a crowd

On February 28, 2002, WTC hosted an SBIR networking event on the University of Washington campus. Sponsored by the WaFAST program, the breakfast seminar drew over 60 people interested in learning more about the SBIR and STTR programs. A panel … Continue reading

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Microfabrication Laboratory news

Lab wins Telly Award, adds new process equipment WTC’s Microfabrication Laboratory was notified in March 2002 that its Laboratory Orientation and Safety Training video was a finalist in the 2001 Telly Awards competition. Founded in 1980, the prestigious Telly Awards … Continue reading

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Premier nanotechnology center in the neighborhood

The University of Washington has established a strong presence in nanotechnology. Since its inception in 1997, the Center for Nanotechnology has established a level of excellence in teaching, research, and public outreach. The Center’s primary goal is the instruction and … Continue reading

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