Monthly Archives: October 2002

Micronics: Shrinking the macro world

Micronics, Inc., based in Redmond, has developed a series of plastic cards that can fit in a wallet. These are not credit cards though. Each microfluidic card is a powerful “point-of-care” mini-lab that can analyze blood and other fluids quickly … Continue reading

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Accelerating the energy technology industry: The Northwest Energy Technology Collaborative

The Northwest Energy Technology Collaborative (NWETC) kicked off on August 21, 2002 at a ceremony in Spokane with Governor Gary Locke. “Washington state has the potential to becomea world leader in the development and marketing of energy technologies,” Locke said. … Continue reading

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WaFAST update

The Washington Federal and State Technology Partnership Program (WaFAST) is quickly closing in on the first year of activity, one in which over 1,000 companies across Washington participated in proposal writing support, business plan development training, or angel investment activities. … Continue reading

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Don’t miss WTC’s photonics workshop on October 8th, 2002

“Photonics 2002: Lighting the Way,” WTC’s sixth annual technology initiative workshop, is set for Tuesday, October 8, 2002 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bellevue, Wash. The workshop is one of WTC’s key activities for bringing photonics professionals in Washington state … Continue reading

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WTC’s year in review: Highlights of the 2001–2002 annual report

IDEAS. CONNECTIONS. JOBS. That’s how we have begun to think at WTC. And it’s paying off! Fiscal year 2002 was very productive for us and our partner companies. Our impact in Washington reached a new high, generating almost $23 to … Continue reading

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Microfabrication Laboratory news update

Microfabrication Laboratory sets record for revenueThe figures are in, and the Microfabrication Laboratory has recorded just over $600k in user fee revenues for the 2002 fiscal year that ended in June. This represents a doubling of income from both industrial … Continue reading

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