Category Archives: Insilicos

Washington companies win $34 million in Therapeutic Discovery Project Grants

Washington life sciences companies won more than $34 million in grants through the U.S. Internal Revenue Service under the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Program which was created by the Affordable Care Act. The grant covers up to 50 percent of … Continue reading

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Insilicos wins $1.2M NIH grant

Insilicos, a developer of life science software, has been awarded a $1.2 million SBIR grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct a 400-subject evaluation of its PreClue diagnostic test for cardiovascular disease. The study, which will take place … Continue reading

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Insilicos Awarded $900K Grant From NIH

Insilicos announced that the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (part of the National Institutes of Health) has awarded the company a $900,000 grant to study Ensemble Learning. Ensemble Learning is a prediction technique that is particularly well-suited to the … Continue reading

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Washington Technology Center Awards $528,978 in Research Funding

Eight company-researcher projects have been awarded state funding for the development of innovative commercial technology applications. Seattle, WA — January 14, 2008 — Washington Technology Center awarded Research and Technology Development funding totaling $528,978 to eight projects developed between companies and Washington … Continue reading

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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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