Monthly Archives: January 2006

Eight projects receive WTC research grants

Washington Technology Center recently awarded grants to eight Washington researchers teamed with companies to commercialize new technologies. WTC’s Research and Technology Development (RTD) award winners are Advanced Electroluminescent Sciences, Woodinville; Aegis Biosciences, Spokane; Arcadia Bioscience, Seattle; Cascade Quality Molding, Inc., … Continue reading

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Governor Gregoire Appoints New Members to WTC Board

Governor Christine Gregoire appointed six new members to the Washington Technology Center (WTC) board of directors. WTC’s board is made up of academic and business leaders throughout the state who serve as an advisory arm to the state-charted agency, which … Continue reading

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Regional Collaboration Helps Northwest Become a Power Player in Energy Innovation

The concept of “energy innovation” inevitably conjures up images of cutting-edge conservationism and new energy sources such as biomass, wind power, and hydrogen fuel. Much in the way that nanotechnology is making waves, renewable and smart energy are causing a … Continue reading

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Wireless Security — Are you Safe?

Sponsored Guest Article by Dr. John Shovic, Eastern Washington University Prowlers no longer have to enter your home or business to steal your valuables. Many of today’s thieves — or “coyotes” as Dr. John Shovic of Eastern Washington University calls … Continue reading

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Selling to the Government — A Compliance Checklist

Sponsored Guest Article by William A. Shook, Partner, Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds LLP The U.S. Government can be a great customer for Washington businesses and nonprofits. However, as with any public sector customer, unique requirements and contract terms … Continue reading

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UW Information School introduces new Masters of Science in Information Management Degree Program

Sponsored Guest Article by UW iSchool A new full-time option for a master’s degree in Information Management, geared toward traditional students interested in opening new career possibilities in information fields, is the most recent addition at the University of Washington’s … Continue reading

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Tri-Cities start-ups get new source of seed capital

Southeastern Washington may soon experience a surge in start-up technology companies forming thanks to a new source of seed funding. The Columbia Investor Group (CIG), a group of nine accredited investors, have launched a formal angel investor group in the … Continue reading

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Defense & Security Grants Conference draws 150 – December 8, 2005

More than 150 technology business leaders attended WTC’s Defense and Security’s Conference on December 8 to learn about government grants and contract opportunities available through a range of Department of Defense programs. The morning featured presentations on two Department of … Continue reading

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