WSU partnered with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the University of Washington, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to host the SciTech Northwest 2018 expo in Seattle. The event showcased more than 40 new technologies from Washington’s top research institutions that are ready or nearly ready for commercialization.

Presenters from WSU showcasing their inventions at SciTech NW 2018 included:

  • BeeToxx
  • BioElectrons
  • Intellibra
  • Photon Biosciences
  • Pipsqueak ai-Rewire Neuroscience

 

Intellibra showcased its technology that uses sensors to conform to a breast and its volumetric changes induced by the milk production and output so that it can monitor changes in the amount of milk an infant is receiving from its mother.
Steve Davis, President and CEO of Path, gave the keynote speech during SciTech NW 2018. Lauding the innovation in diagnostics being shown and demonstrated by researchers from WSU, UW, PNNL, and Fred Hutch.
Protecting the vitally important honey bee is the goal of BeeToxx, a WSU innovation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BioElectrons is an antibiotic-free solution to treat wounds and avoid infection.
Chulhee Kang and James Brozik set up their booth for Photon Biosciences at SciTech NW 2018.