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A summer of WSU innovations

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A possible treatment for Alzheimer’s. Bone implants with antimicrobial properties. A gummy electrolyte that would make batteries safer. Fuel that only gives off water as a byproduct.

These are all emerging technologies and treatments that began in research labs at Washington State University, and were showcased at Seattle industry events over the summer. » More …

WSU lends helping hand through “valley of death”

For the second year, WSU is supporting researchers in moving innovations from the lab to the marketplace through the Commercialization Gap Fund (CGF). The CGF program provides financial assistance to advance technologies that are at the end stage of research, but require additional development before entering the marketplace.

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