Monthly Archives: April 2003

Governor Locke visits WTC Date: April 15, 2003 Gov. Locke with Rick Rutkowski, Microvision, and Keith Ritala, WTC Microfab Lab. Seattle, WA — Gov. Gary Locke made the Washington Technology Center a stop on his April 1, 2003 “Jobs Now” … Continue reading

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Financing tool available for rural technology companies

For Immediate Release: April 2, 2003 Seattle, WA — A Rural Technology Loan Fund has been established to assist in the creation of family wage sustainable technology jobs that help alleviate poverty in rural communities in Washington. The program, a … Continue reading

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Washington’s technology scorecard released

WTC’s third annual Index of Innovation and Technology for Washington State is out. The 2003 report looks through a lens of 40 indicators to paint an objective picture of the underlying health of the innovation economy in the state. It … Continue reading

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Companies meet state legislators

Several of the companies that WTC has supported had the opportunity to showcase their developing technologies directly to legislators at the 2003 Association of Washington Business (AWB) Legislative Reception. Held in Olympia, this event is one of the largest gatherings … Continue reading

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WTC funds more projects

OMAX Corporation, KentResearcher: Dr. Mamidala Ramulu, UW Dept. of Mechanical EngineeringOMAX is a supplier of waterjet equipment to the machining market. Their competitive advantage lies in their software and patented control technology. The company is building a remote and unattended … Continue reading

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Microfabrication Laboratory recent equipment arrivals

The capabilities of the Microfabrication Laboratory were strengthened as the result of two equipment donations from industrial sources: Intel SEMIntel has provided the Microfab Lab with an AMRAY 3800 scanning electron microscope (SEM) from their R&D facility in Hillsboro, OR. … Continue reading

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