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TechRealization - A Day for Recognizing clean technology impacts and progress in the Tri-Cities Research District

See the progress...see the future.

Tri-Cities Research District Speakers Series

The Tri-Cities Research District (TCRD) Speaker Series provides a forum to educate stakeholders, the community, and other interested individuals about the progress of the TCRD and various perspectives on how to build a research park. Meetings will be held at the WSU Tri-Cities campus and are free to registered attendees.

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TechRealizaton: A Day for Recognizing Clean Technology Impacts and Progress in the Tri-Cities Research District, hosted by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, is a half-day event that will reconvene the region's clean technology leaders and TCRD stakeholders to “realize” the progress, update local and regional stakeholders, and plan the next steps for creating a home for clean technology development and demonstration right here in the Pacific Northwest.

At TechRealization, industrial, government, local, and academic interests will together witness the public unveiling of the TCRD master plan, identify priority tenants to market into the District, address industrial sector needs so that the TCRD is the obvious place to locate and open doors to business opportunities.

Keynote speaker, Jackie Kerby Moore, Executive Director of Sandia S&T Park, will kick-off the workshop with her recount of building a research park close to a national laboratory. Speakers from several clean technology organizations, including Infinia, InEnTec, and Washington State University Tri-Cities’ Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory will discuss how their innovations can bring clean technology to life in the TCRD.



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August 27, 2008

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