Monthly Archives: January 2005

12 Companies Receive Research Grants from Washington Technology Center

Sounder sleep. Healthier teeth and gums. More effective medication. Lush lawns and gardens. Tastier breakfast cereal. More powerful electronics. Stealthier military operations. These are some of the innovative ideas born from Washington researchers and business entrepreneurs that will get a … Continue reading

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Washington Technology Center Receives SBA Grant

Washington Technology Center (WTC) recently received a Federal and State Technology partnership Program (FAST) award from the Small Business Administration (SBA) to lead a statewide program that encourages commercialization of technology research and investment in entrepreneurial technology companies. FAST is … Continue reading

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SBIR 101 Comes to Bellingham: A workshop on federal research funding programs

SBIR 101, WTC’s popular introductory workshop on the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is coming to Bellingham, Washington. SBIR 101 is being held Wednesday, February 16, 2005, from 8 a.m. to noon at Rivetek’s headquarters, 1315 Cornwall Avenue. If … Continue reading

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Energy Industry Plan in the Works for Washington

A new plan to capitalize on Washington’s strengths in energy resources and technology innovation could soon spell success for our state with respect to becoming a power player in the global energy market. The Washington State Office of Community, Trade … Continue reading

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Seminars Help Educators Learn about National Science Foundation Programs

In December 2004, Washington Technology Center hosted two National Science Foundation Day seminars in Western and Eastern Washington. These daylong workshops were held in Seattle and Spokane and drew 127 attendees who were given the opportunity to hear directly from … Continue reading

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