Monthly Archives: November 2009

Legislative hearing (video): impact of technology and innovation in Washington state

The Washington State Legislative Committee on Economic Development & International Relations heard presentations on the economic impact of technology and innovation in Washington – Nov. 5, 2009, Renton, Wash. http://www.tvw.org/Media/FLASH/PLAYER/4Embed/tvw-TimeCodePlayer.swf Agenda (time in parentheses): 1.(00:00:00) Lt. Gov. Brad Owen – … Continue reading

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IsoRay announces world’s first Cesium-131 lung implants

IsoRay, Inc., a Richland-based developer of therapies for prostate and other cancers, has announced that the world’s first Cesium-131 lung implants have been performed at Cornell Medical Center. Related external links (will open a new window): IsoRay announces world’s first … Continue reading

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UW to gain nation’s first facility dedicated to molecular engineering

University of Washington leaders broke ground Oct. 9, 2009 on the site of what will be the nation’s first facility dedicated to molecular engineering. The $78 million UW molecular engineering building will consist of a 28,000-square-foot basement laboratory designed to … Continue reading

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McKinstry announces business incubator for clean energy technology

McKinstry, a full-service builder with an emphasis on energy efficiency, has announced that it will create the McKinstry Innovation Center, a business incubator which will bring new and emerging companies together to advance the development of clean, green energy technologies. … Continue reading

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