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01/15/2006 - Terabyte Tidbits

SLUG Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, January 18, 2006, 7:00. The Spokane Linux Users Group (SLUG) will be holding their monthly meeting this Wednesday, the 18th. All are welcome to join for a festive Linux discussion over pizza and beer -- from the grizzled Unix long-beard to the timid newbie. There are no dues or registration--just drop by!

SLUG meets at 7:00pm at David's Pizza, located at 829 E. Boone Ave., on the corner of Hamilton and Boone (near Gonzaga University). Meetings typically last 1.5 to 2 hours long, but you're welcome to come or go whenever is convenient for you. Visit the SLUG web site: http://www.spokanelinux.org/ .

International Trade Alliance Annual Meeting
February 9, 2006 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. – The International Trade Alliance Annual Meeting will take place on February 9, 2006 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm in the Davenport Hotel – Marie Antoinette Ballroom (10 S. Post Street, Spokane, WA 99201). It will attract approximately 120 international business and industry leaders from throughout the Inland Northwest. The keynote speaker will be Peter Bunin, Vice President and General Manager of Aerospace and General Engineering Products for Kaiser Aluminum. Mr. Bunin will elaborate on the opportunities and challenges associated with competing in the modern global economy, and how Kaiser Aluminum has been successful in this increasingly competitive international marketplace.

The Inland Northwest Global Business of the Year award and the Inland Northwest Global Business on the Rise award will be presented to the two companies who have demonstrated success, leadership and innovation in their international and local activities. The cost is $40.00 for ITA members and $45 for non-members. Reservations may be made by calling (509) 459-4123.

2006 Washington Technology Summit
Friday, April 28, 2006, 8 am – 7 pm. Sign Up Early & Save. Register before February 28 for $50 off the regular $150 conference fee. This full day annual conference and networking event will bring together over 400 technology leaders from across Washington State to discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in emerging technology industries. Participants will leave this event armed with strategies and tactics to position themselves on the forefront of technology innovation, thereby strengthening Washington State’s economy, increasing investment in the technology sector, and encouraging sustained growth.

Sessions will provide comprehensive information about the future of technology in Washington State, emerging trends, opportunities for partnership, and most importantly, ways for individual businesses to capitalize on these trends and grow. The afternoon will host industry specific tracks and these sessions will center on how to make the most of alliances and resources available to technology companies in Washington State.

Location
Microsoft Campus - Conference Center
16070 NE 36th Way
Redmond, Washington
For more information, contact Angie Santo, 206-616-4187, or email asanto@watechcenter.org

New Bizstreet Resource Center Manager Named
The BIZStreet Resource Center became a program of the Spokane Regional Chamber of Commerce early last year, supplying resources and service referrals to entrepreneurs throughout the area who are starting or growing a business. Louise Fendrich, who currently serves as the Chamber's Communication Manager, will manage the BIZStreet Resource Center and provide outreach services to small businesses. She will continue to be the “voice” of the Chamber in her BIZStreet publications and investor relations. Louise has been with the Chamber for over seven years and is bringing her knowledge of the business community and our members to build on the services offered by the Center. Watch for exciting developments on BIZStreet!

Governor Gregoire Appoints EDC President to WTC Board
Jon Eliassen, President, Spokane Area Economic Development Council, Spokane; was reappointed to the Washington Technology Center (WTC) Board of Directors for a second 2-year term. Other board members from Spokane include Kim Pearman-Gillman, Vice President of Marketing, Itron, and Kim Zentz, Interim Executive Director, Spokane Intercollegiate Research & Technology Institute (SIRTI).

Aegis Biosciences Receives WTC Research Grant
Aegis Biosciences has received a WTC research grant to study the healing of wounds. Treating chronic or slow-healing wounds can be a challenge. It is estimated that over 2 million people suffer from chronic wounds annually in the U.S. alone. The costs to treat these wounds are high, ranging from a few thousand dollars to as much as $80,000 for serious wounds. The costs are high because the treatment times are long and involve multiple therapies at various stages of healing that can include monitoring for, and treating infection(s). Aegis Biosciences is looking to develop a new “smart” interactive wound dressing that can be customized to treat a multitude of injuries including chronic wounds, burns, and surgical wounds at an affordable cost. The dressings utilize a patented hydrogel material in the form of microspheres to create a hydrophilic wound dressing with the ability to prevent infection, modulate noxious biomolecules, and stimulate healing. The dressing is able to deliver multiple therapeutic agents in order to address a variety of complex biochemical issues, while simultaneously protecting the wound, maintaining and controlling moisture, and combating infection. Research Partner is Stephen Warren, PhD, Gonzaga University, Chemistry Department.

WTC awards more than $1.3 million annually through its RTD grants program to university researchers teamed with entrepreneurial technology companies on projects that show commercial potential. Applicants are eligible for funding ranging from $40,000 for proof-of-concept projects up to $300,000 for multi-phase projects.



 
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