SciTech Northwest

View the latest innovations ready for market

SciTech Northwest
4-7 PM, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018

Sheraton Seattle
1400 6th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Low-cost, noninvasive cancer diagnostic tools. A ticker sticker that can be applied by first responders to patients in a mass casualty incident that will continually monitor vital signs. A software suite that can detect cybercriminals and physical attacks on your systems. 

Learn about these and other life sciences, cyber & data, and next-generation energy innovations ready or near-ready for licensing. If you’re looking to collaborate, invest, license intellectual property, or grow your business, you’ll want to attend SciTech Northwest ’18, the region’s only technology expo. Reserve your free pass today. 

Featuring Cybersecurity Innovations from the Department of Homeland Security's Transition to Practice Program

This year’s expo also includes some of the cybersecurity-related innovations from the DHS Science and Technology Directorate that are ready or near-ready for commercialization. You can view all of their technology on the DHS TTP website.

New this year!

Larger venue, an expanded portfolio of available technologies, and more industry market sectors.

Meet some of Washington's brightest inventors

Learn about discoveries from Washington’s premier research institutions: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, University of Washington, Washington State University, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Review more than 40 of the latest innovations in life sciences, cyber & data, and next-gen energy.
Hear inspiring talks from science and technology leaders.
Network with entrepreneurs, tech business owners, investors, researchers, and more.

Featuring top discoveries from PNNL, UW, WSU, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Cyber & Data. From cybersecurity tools to deciphering big data.
Life Sciences. From human health to bio-based products
Next-Gen Energy. From biofuels to energy storage solutions