Day one at the WBBA’s Life Sciences Innovation Northwest conference was an educational experience to be sure. There were a wide variety of topics covered across the life sciences, including medical technologies, biopharmaceuticals, therapeutics, investments, health IT and much more.
With increased competition, a shortage of qualified hardware and software engineers, and new markets rapidly developing, many leading medical device and technology makers are having a hard time staffing their R&D demands.
Stratos was a proud sponsor of the Technology Alliance's State of Technology Luncheon held last week. This event included a summary of at Technology Alliance study entitled, "Benchmarking Washington's Innovation Economy." The report examines three key areas to measure how competitive our region is in building and sustaining a vibrant technology-based innovation economy.
The International Society for Cellular Therapy’s Annual Meeting was recently held in Las Vegas and was attended by over 1,000 delegates from all over the world. This meeting included a robust academic program that focused on two primary topics: Quality and Operations and Strategies for Commercialization. The Stratos team was among the delegates and really enjoyed meeting many incredible people in this field.
What does additive manufacturing bring to design? According to Ed Morris of America Makes, AM bridges the gaps in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths) by enabling Art, thereby turning STEM into STEAM.