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Brain Power: Building a neurosciences hub in Spokane

Spokane-area scientists and physicians say the need to expand neurological treatments and research is becoming more urgent as the incidence of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, increases among America’s aging population. ...

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Young Selkirk Pharma envisions big facility on West Plains

Selkirk Pharma Inc., a young injectable-drug manufacturing and packaging company...

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Connecting high tech and high touch in banking

In the face of the rising dependence on smartphones, more banks are developing apps...

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Cyan to develop its next crowdfunded video game

Spokane-based game developer Cyan Inc. has completed a successful 30-day Kickstarter campaign...

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Solar Roadways hopes to light pathway to production

Sandpoint, Idaho-based Solar Roadways Inc. is one step closer to its vision of creating ...

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Emerging groups aim to inspire women to break barriers in STEM fields

Two Spokane-area women are working to teach young women about the value of empowering themselves and other women to be their best selves and break through industry barriers. ...

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Tate Technology prepares for move to new facility

Spokane-based electronics manufacturer Tate Technology Inc. plans to relocate to larger quarters in Spokane Valley in August, following the completion of a $800,000 renovation project at its new facility. ...

Schweitzer Engineering to construct new events center

Pullman-based Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. plans to build a new, roughly 80,000-square-foot event center, nearly four times the size of its existing event center, on the southeastern portion of its Pullman campus. ...

Liberty Lake company develops motors for NASA

Liberty Lake-based contract equipment manufacturer Frencken America Inc., a division of Malaysia-based Frencken Group Ltd., is celebrating the success of several motors it designed, manufactured, and tested for NASA’s Orbiting ...

Frontier Communications sells assets

Connecticut-based telecommunications company Frontier Communications Corp. has agreed to sell its assets and operations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana to Kirkland-based WaveDivision Capital LLC and Searchlight Capital Partners LLC ...

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