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2008 Washington State Technology Summit in Bellevue on April 15th

Leading innovators will share the latest breakthroughs in science and technology at the 2008 Washington State Technology Summit in Bellevue on April 15th. This annual CEO summit will focus on emerging trends in clean technology, renewable energy, global health, and advanced materials and manufacturing.

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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. Companies with winning projects for January 2008 are: ATS Intelligent Discovery, of Silverdale; Columbia PhytoTechnology, LLC, of Carson; Efficere Technologies, Inc., of Vancouver; Greenwood Technologies, of Bellevue; Infometrix, Inc., of Bothell; Insilicos, of Seattle; nLight Photonics, of Vancouver; and Omeros Corporation, of Seattle.

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  • SBIR Seminars - WSU Vancouver, Feb. 15, 2008; WSU Pullman, Feb. 20, 2008

    Learn how federal SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) funding can help small business owners and technology entrepreneurs.

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  • Washington Technology Center adds nanoimprint lithography tool to its Microfabrication Laboratory

    Washington Technology Center added a new tool to our Microfabrication Laboratory in December 2007: a nanoimprint lithography machine. This tool, which is the first of its kind in Washington state and which will first be used for our DARPA-sponsored nanolithography research program, will eventually become available to the Pacific Northwest research community. Nanoimprint lithography may be the key to introduction of nanotechnology to mass fabrication: while creating nanometer-sized structures (a nanometer is a billionth of a meter) with conventional techniques such as electron-beam lithography is very costly and time consuming, nanoimprint lithography can transfer nanometer structures onto a full wafer within a few seconds. Washington Technology Center is currently investigating opportunities in both the biosensing and solar energy fields.

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  • POWER-GEN Renewable Energy 2008 - February 19-21, 2008

    Stretch your tradeshow dollars by participating in NWETC's Pacific Northwest booth.

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  • Ultreo and EnerG2 featured in Washington CEO magazine

    Washington CEO magazine highlighted four start-up companies -- including Ultreo and EnerG2 -- commercializing research out of the University of Washington.

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