WTC Awards $375K to UW, WSU

Five researchers from the University of Washington and Washington State University, Vancouver, working together with Washington companies, received a total of $376,454 in state funding through Washington Technology Center, according to an announcement today.  The university researchers are working with property data solutions company Data Data in Vancouver; biomaterials firm Healionics in Redmond; pressure instrumentation manufacturer Paine Electronics in East Wenatchee; nanostructure material builder Modumetal in Seattle; and medical simulator developer Simulab, also in Seattle.

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