MicroGREEN Polymers business evolution profiled

John Cook’s Venture Blog takes a look at the business evolution of University of Washington spinout MicroGREEN Polymers, an Arlington-based developer of environmentally friendly recycled plastic products. MicroGREEN, which was founded by a pair of UW graduate students, received exclusive rights to UW patented technology and has since developed new technologies including intellectual property made possible through four state-funded research awards totaling more than $300,000 from Washington Technology Center.

Related external links (will open a new window):

  • A UW spinout success story: Krishna Nadella of Microgreen
    TechFlash – Seattle, WA – August 20, 2009

    Related WTC links:

  • MicroGREEN Polymers is a WTC client
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