Issue

October 2017

From this Issue

 FenoLogica Biosciences works with the Pacific Northwest Research Institute to speed up scientific discoveries.

See which Washington state college provide the best return on investment.

The world-renowned Seattle glass artist reflects on success and symmetry.

Sierra Pacific Industries finds promise and profit in the old-fashioned lumber industry.

One of Lake Union's most well-traveled vessels, pictured here in the year 1950.

Laura Orvidas, a woman executive likely to join the top group at Amazon, reflects on tech, service and fulfillment.

Pro.com tries to ease the pain of the dreaded remodeling project.

Steve Singh, Blue Origin, F5 Networks, Qumulo and 15 more high achievers headline the 2017 Tech Impact Awards

Jeff Bezos' ambitious venture in Kent is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Spaceflight Industries.

Seattle-based F5 Networks is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Tempered Networks.

Seattle-based Outreach, which now has more than 15,000 users, is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Zonar Systems.

Bellevue-based OfferUp, with 35 million users, is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Vicis.

Seattle-based Qumulo, which makes a "data-aware" storage device, is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Medbridge.

Redmond-based Kymeta Corporation, which brings connections to remote areas through its mTenna, is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Echodyne.

Bellevue-based Xevo is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Algorithmia.

Seattle-based Flexe is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Phytelligence.

Bellevue-based Nintex is a Gold Award-winner. Plus: Silver Award-winner Textio.

Steve Singh -- CEO of Docker Inc, cofounder and executive chairman of Center, cofounder and former CEO of Concur Technologies -- is the 2017 Tech Impact Champion.

The embattled maker of Seattle's much-maligned tunnel machine opens up as litigators prepare for battle.