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Wearable Technology Meets the Operating Room

Augmented Self panelist and UW Medicine Dr. Heather Evans explains how Google Glass may change how health care is delivered in the near future and how it can be used as a teaching tool. A self-proclaimed tech geek and Google Glass early adopter, Dr. Evans will be a panelist at our March 19th event at the Tom Douglas Palace Ballroom.

President Obama's Speech About 3D Printing Becomes 3D Printed Work of Art

In his 2013 State of the Union Address President Barack Obama talked about 3D printing saying it "has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything." Voice sculptor, Gilles Azzaro, was inspired to transform President Obama's words into something you could "see."

We'll be discussing 3D printing at our next Enterprise Forum event. Join us on January 15th, 2014 for:

 

Changing Face of Manufacturing

Register today, click HERE.

A Very Happy Hour for Volunteers

We love our dedicated volunteers and it really is their energy that makes great programs and events possible! Ashley K. Long serves as the Volunteer Chair for the MIT Enterprise Forum of the NW and has been re-invigorating our volunteer program. I had the chance to catch up with Ashley to talk about why she volunteers with MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest.

Meet the President

The President and Chair of MIT Enterprise forum that is! Jimmy Jia has set the current season in motion and we have an exciting season of events lined up. Jimmy has been volunteering with MITEFNW for some time now. I recently asked Jimmy to tell me what he enjoys about his experience.

NW Startup DEMO Spotlight: Talk To The Manager - Giving Businesses Control Over Their Reputation

John Washam, founder and CEO of TalkToTheManager and Jeremy Luby, Co-Founder & VP of Business Development, started the company to give businesses a way to prevent negative online reviews by giving them direct anonymous access to the manag

NW Startup DEMO Spotlight: Corengi - Accelerating The Pace Of Medical Research

If Corengi founder, Ryan Luce, invited you over for dinner with his family you could expect that conversation would start by asking his two kids about soccer practice and it would quickly move to healthcare.  “Essentially, my kids are bored out of their mind every night,” he quips. Luce is the founder of Corengi, a company that has built a matching engine that helps individuals easily search for clinical trials.