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Discussing the impact of technology investment.

Latest Episodes

Energy Expert–the technology, not the person

Energy Expert can make building managers lives easier and save building owners some money. Tune into Mike Schwenk's interview with the technology developer, Mike Brambley, to learn more.

1 MIN2009 AUG 26
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Energy Expert–the technology, not the person

Rise and shine, data-driven industries, the Morning Report may be your best A.M. read

So What? host Mike Schwenk interviewed Tom Ferryman, developer of the award-winning Morning Report, for the July podcast. Tune-innbsp;tonbsp;learn about how the airlines and other data-driven industries are benefiting from computer technology that shows them things they didnrsquo;t even know they were looking for.

1 MIN2009 JUL 29
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Rise and shine, data-driven industries, the Morning Report may be your best A.M. read

Put down the AA battery and large solar panel

Researcher Mark Gross talks about three applications for the Laboratoryrsquo;s award-winning thin-film barrier coating. Each application has positive implications for consumersmdash;from the ability to have a flexible display pull out from your cell phone, to having your entire roof consist of solar panels built into shingles.

1 MIN2009 JUL 1
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Put down the AA battery and large solar panel

PNNL technology is friendly to grid and energy consumers

Developers of the Grid Friendly Appliance Controller talk about how the technology helps the grids highs and lows (pun intended).

1 MIN2009 MAY 27
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PNNL technology is friendly to grid and energy consumers

Soaking up success–the story of SAMMS

I interviewed Glen Fryxell, a developer of SAMMS--the technology that's quickly becoming toxic metals worst nightmare.

1 MIN2009 APR 29
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Soaking up success–the story of SAMMS

Millimeter wave - the gift that keeps on giving

The millimeter wave body scanner is going into airports across the nation...and it's helpingnbsp;consumers find the perfect pair of jeans.

1 MIN2009 MAR 25
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Millimeter wave - the gift that keeps on giving

It’s all about partners

I interviewed Patricia Irving, president and CEO of InnovaTek.nbsp; InnovaTeknbsp;creates and develops technologies for environmental safety and sustainable power.nbsp; In the interview, Irving discusses the importance of finding the right partners for commercialization success.

1 MIN2008 AUG 27
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It’s all about partners

Breast imaging technology – from lab to marketplace

I interviewed Michael Hartwig, chief operating officer of Advanced Imaging Technology in Richland, Wash. During the discussion,nbsp;Hartwig and Inbsp;work backward, answering the So What question first, and then discussing how AITrsquo;s technology went from laboratory to marketplace. According to Hartwig, itrsquo;s important to 1) know when you have a technology thatrsquo;s valuable; 2) know when to make adjustments in the commercialization process; and 3) always start with the end in mind.

1 MIN2008 AUG 13
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Breast imaging technology – from lab to marketplace

Community Colleges & Economic Development – independent or interdependent?

I interviewed Dr. Thomas Keegan, president of Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Wash. Today, Peninsula Collegersquo;s main campus spreads out over 75 acres of land in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains, overlooking the city of Port Angeles and its busy, international harbor. President Tom Keegan talks about how the community college works with other organizations and the local government to stimulate economic growth.

1 MIN2008 JUL 17
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Community Colleges & Economic Development – independent or interdependent?

Washington State’s ROI on Tech Investment

I interviewednbsp;Lee Cheatham, executive director of the Washington Technology Center, about the organization's past, present and future activities. WTCnbsp;is a statewide economic developmentnbsp;organization focused on technology and innovation.nbsp;Itnbsp;channels state, federal, and private resources to help companies develop and commercialize new products and technologies.

1 MIN2008 JUL 2
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Washington State’s ROI on Tech Investment
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Latest Episodes

Energy Expert–the technology, not the person

Energy Expert can make building managers lives easier and save building owners some money. Tune into Mike Schwenk's interview with the technology developer, Mike Brambley, to learn more.

1 MIN2009 AUG 26
Comments
Energy Expert–the technology, not the person

Rise and shine, data-driven industries, the Morning Report may be your best A.M. read

So What? host Mike Schwenk interviewed Tom Ferryman, developer of the award-winning Morning Report, for the July podcast. Tune-innbsp;tonbsp;learn about how the airlines and other data-driven industries are benefiting from computer technology that shows them things they didnrsquo;t even know they were looking for.

1 MIN2009 JUL 29
Comments
Rise and shine, data-driven industries, the Morning Report may be your best A.M. read

Put down the AA battery and large solar panel

Researcher Mark Gross talks about three applications for the Laboratoryrsquo;s award-winning thin-film barrier coating. Each application has positive implications for consumersmdash;from the ability to have a flexible display pull out from your cell phone, to having your entire roof consist of solar panels built into shingles.

1 MIN2009 JUL 1
Comments
Put down the AA battery and large solar panel

PNNL technology is friendly to grid and energy consumers

Developers of the Grid Friendly Appliance Controller talk about how the technology helps the grids highs and lows (pun intended).

1 MIN2009 MAY 27
Comments
PNNL technology is friendly to grid and energy consumers

Soaking up success–the story of SAMMS

I interviewed Glen Fryxell, a developer of SAMMS--the technology that's quickly becoming toxic metals worst nightmare.

1 MIN2009 APR 29
Comments
Soaking up success–the story of SAMMS

Millimeter wave - the gift that keeps on giving

The millimeter wave body scanner is going into airports across the nation...and it's helpingnbsp;consumers find the perfect pair of jeans.

1 MIN2009 MAR 25
Comments
Millimeter wave - the gift that keeps on giving

It’s all about partners

I interviewed Patricia Irving, president and CEO of InnovaTek.nbsp; InnovaTeknbsp;creates and develops technologies for environmental safety and sustainable power.nbsp; In the interview, Irving discusses the importance of finding the right partners for commercialization success.

1 MIN2008 AUG 27
Comments
It’s all about partners

Breast imaging technology – from lab to marketplace

I interviewed Michael Hartwig, chief operating officer of Advanced Imaging Technology in Richland, Wash. During the discussion,nbsp;Hartwig and Inbsp;work backward, answering the So What question first, and then discussing how AITrsquo;s technology went from laboratory to marketplace. According to Hartwig, itrsquo;s important to 1) know when you have a technology thatrsquo;s valuable; 2) know when to make adjustments in the commercialization process; and 3) always start with the end in mind.

1 MIN2008 AUG 13
Comments
Breast imaging technology – from lab to marketplace

Community Colleges & Economic Development – independent or interdependent?

I interviewed Dr. Thomas Keegan, president of Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Wash. Today, Peninsula Collegersquo;s main campus spreads out over 75 acres of land in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains, overlooking the city of Port Angeles and its busy, international harbor. President Tom Keegan talks about how the community college works with other organizations and the local government to stimulate economic growth.

1 MIN2008 JUL 17
Comments
Community Colleges & Economic Development – independent or interdependent?

Washington State’s ROI on Tech Investment

I interviewednbsp;Lee Cheatham, executive director of the Washington Technology Center, about the organization's past, present and future activities. WTCnbsp;is a statewide economic developmentnbsp;organization focused on technology and innovation.nbsp;Itnbsp;channels state, federal, and private resources to help companies develop and commercialize new products and technologies.

1 MIN2008 JUL 2
Comments
Washington State’s ROI on Tech Investment
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