BIGtheme.net http://bigtheme.net/ecommerce/opencart OpenCart Templates
Home / News

News

Seattle gene therapy biotech startup Immusoft raises $4.5M…

Seattle-based biotech startup Immusoft raised another $4.5 million and landed a $467,000 NIH grant to help further development of its drugs that treat genetic diseases. Founded in 2009, Immusoft develops immune cell technology that uses blood cells from a patient to create therapeutic proteins targeted to treat diseases. Its lead candidate, ...

Read More »

More than words: Diversity Window helps companies take actio…

Diversity Window co-founders Michael Brown, left, and Don Hyun. (Diversity Window Photo) Following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police and the resulting protests worldwide, tech companies and leaders have been vocal in their support for Black Lives Matter and racial equity. But recognizing that words aren’t ...

Read More »

As ‘low-code’ competition grows, Microsoft integrates Power …

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, showing the company’s major tech platforms during his Microsoft Ignite keynote, including the Power Platform low-code software development technologies and GitHub code platform. (Microsoft Photo) One of T-Mobile’s most important applications is one its customers rarely see. It’s called ORBIT, and apart from the requisite magenta ...

Read More »

Faithlife acquires LifeWay’s Wordsearch product to bolster i…

Bellingham, Wash.-based church technology company Faithlife has acquired Wordsearch Bible, a similar software product built by LifeWay Christian Resources. Wordsearch will transition its users and their content to Faithlife’s Logos Bible Software platform. “We want our customers to have the best user experience in the world when they engage with ...

Read More »

Seattle startup Level sees growth for flexible credit servic…

Level CEO David Edelstein. (Level Photos) Millions of independent contractors are making money in the gig economy, but many don’t have access to financial credit services to help grow their personal microbusinesses. Level wants to help. The Seattle startup partners with marketplace platforms such as Dolly and Keepe, which use ...

Read More »

Geek of the Week: Elizabeth Lawlor brings her lab — and hope…

(Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Lawlor) A native of Vancouver, B.C., Dr. Elizabeth Lawlor is thrilled to be back in the Pacific Northwest. And she’s equally excited about joining the research community in Seattle, as Lawlor and her lab have moved to Seattle Children’s Research Institute and the Ben Towne Center ...

Read More »

Testing Amazon Kitchen: Here’s our hot take on the tech gian…

Amazon does deliveries, cloud computing, voice technology, and e-readers pretty damn well. The company’s hot food game, though, could use a little work. That’s my verdict after taste testing a 3-cheese melt, a fajita burrito, chicken fingers, and Italian Wedding Soup from Amazon’s newest grocery store. If you’re looking for ...

Read More »

Tech Moves: AWS names first head of space policy; WeWork Lab…

Peter Marquez. (Planetary Resources Photo) — Peter Marquez has joined Amazon Web Services as the first head of space policy. “There are many exciting things happening in the space community and this is going to be awesome,” Marquez said in a LinkedIn post announcing his move. “I can’t wait to ...

Read More »

Bill Gates Sr., 1925-2020: Microsoft co-founder’s father mad…

Bill Gates Sr. in 2010. Photo via The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Bill Gates Sr., a respected lawyer, devoted civic leader, trusted mentor, and influential philanthropist who helped to shape Seattle’s tech industry even before his son co-founded Microsoft, died Monday of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 94. “My father’s ...

Read More »