After quietly building up a team in downtown Seattle, consumer-tech company Belkin announced today that it’s making Seattle the hub of its home-automation research.More
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Apple is moving into enemy territory and has started an engineering office in Seattle, its first in the Northwest.More
Cisco claims the next big thing in technology — the “Internet of Things” — is a $19 trillion opportunity for businesses and governments.More
Qi Shan was remarkably calm demonstrating his advanced photo-manipulation research Wednesday at the University of Washington.
Big-data analytics startup GraphLab may need to use its number-crunching software to manage its seating chart.More
The University of Washington today announced that it set a new record for startup creation, with 18 spinout companies licensing UW research over its last fiscal year.More
Ten years after it opened, the Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering still has that new-building smell.More
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“It’s important that what goes on at a university is available to make lives better,” University of Washington President Michael Young said today at a press conference marking progress in the school’s commercialization program.
That includes the lives of lab animals, who may benefit more than most from one venture highlighted at the event.
Get ready to hear more about startups based on technology developed at the University of Washington. UW President Michael Young and others are planning to announce on Thursday that 17 such companies were started in the fiscal year that ended June 30. The pace is faster than expected for the school’s C4C center for commercialization. The center has…More