Monthly Archives: November 2008

EnerG2 raises $8.5 M in financing round

EnerG2, a Seattle-based startup in the energy storage market, announced the company has raised $8.5 million in a Series A financing round led by OVP Venture Partners of Kirkland and Firelake Capital Management of Palo Alto, California. EnerG2 uses University … Continue reading

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Washington entrepreneurs share tips for start-up success

Scott Keeney of Vancouver’s nLIGHT, Christina Lomasney of Seattle start-up Modumetal, Gerry Langeler of Kirkland’s OVP Venture Partners, and Carolyn Brennan of University of Washington Bothell discuss how to get traction in the marketplace in an article from The Columbian. … Continue reading

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UW’s "bionic" contact lens named a best invention by TIME

A prototype ‘bionic’ contact lens manufactured at WTC’s Microfabrication Laboratory by Babak Parviz, a UW assistant professor of electrical engineering, has been named to TIME’s Best Inventions of 2008. Related external links (will open a new window): Read more at … Continue reading

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