Research District companies benefit from and provide access to tech, talent, and capital.
Public Institutions of Higher Education and Technological Research keep us ahead of the curve.
“At PNNL, we are exploring additional ways to apply our expertise, research and technology to help address this global pandemic.
When COVID-19 was first detected in Washington state, we were requested to provide immediate assistance to local emergency response efforts in King County.
This engagement leveraged capabilities and relationships built over the years through our ongoing support to these stakeholders….[Read On]
Battelle has launched a rapidly deployable critical care decontamination system. The technology, developed at its Richland, WA operations location, allowed hospitals and other critical response organizations to decontaminate essential PPE while shortages continue worldwide.
In the continuing quest to develop new battery chemistries and designs that make use of materials that are more abundant and less costly than lithium, a team of researchers from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Washington State University have raised the bar for sodium-ion battery technology.
As communities in Washington state begin to move into the first phase of returning to business, the Washington Wine Institute unveiled a return-to-business guide for wineries across the state created in partnership with a Washington State University Tri-Cities business professor and local industry.
Tri-Cities Research District provides access to the technical, labor, and capital resources needed by technology companies to successfully develop, commercialize, and market their products globally.