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Tri-Cities Tech Business Update

This monthly e-mailed update contains news, opportunities, upcoming events, and other information about Mid-Columbia tech businesses and the organizations that support them. Visit the EDO Home page to subscribe to this Newsletter. Browse the archives for back issues.

October 2011 Issue

  • PNNL scientist receives presidential award
    A bioanalytical chemist at the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is receiving a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). more...
  • EDO launches revamped website
    We've updated our website! The PNNL Economic Development Office's website has been refreshed to improve navigation, and we've added new features for events and news on the homepage, as well as a continued presence of our Facebook page. more...
  • Technology Available for Licensing
    PNNL technologies and patents that are available for licensing can be found on the Available Technologies website. more...
  • EDO on Facebook
    Supplement your monthly Tech Business Update reading with regular visits to the Economic Development Office's Facebook page! Daily postings provide real-time information on news and events, opportunities and resources, and other information about and for Washington technology businesses. more...

We invite your contributions! We will consider items that fit the mission of this publication, including your tech-related news, awards, and notices of upcoming events. Please send text to or call (509) 371-6017.

Tri-Cities Tech Business Update is published by the Economic Development Office at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Each month, we send you an e-mail message, giving you the link of news, tips, awards, upcoming events, and other information about local technology-based businesses and organizations that support them. With business and community partners, our goal is to build and diversify the Tri-Cities economy—adding skilled jobs in primary-sector industries that bring in outside dollars. Currently, more than 1,100 tech-related businesses, investors, and economic development stakeholders subscribe to the newsletter, mostly in the Mid-Columbia area and the rest of the Pacific Northwest. This newsletter (RL-P00-009) supports PNSO's vision for the future of the Hanford Site and surrounding area through the creation of research opportunities, new industries, and new business clusters.


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