Local firm adapts visa program to entice foreign nationals to invest in SR 520 project.
The bad news: We’re not out of the woods yet. The good news: Thanks to Boeing, we’re in better shape than the rest of the country.
Entrepreneurs think inside the box, bringing groceries to underserved areas via repurposed metal shipping containers.
Made in Washington
Elimination of Washington’s film-incentive program likely to affect jobs and tourism
Leroy Hood helped revolutionize genomics when he co-invented the automated DNA sequencer. In 1992, he came to Seattle to establish the University of Washington’s Department of Molecular Biotechnology. Now, as founder of the Institute for Systems Biology, he is on a mission to revolutionize health care with an approach he calls P4 Medicine: predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory.