Nuclease scientist says it is so fulfilling to come to work and know she’s part of something that can make a difference in the lives of patients and their families.
Bainbridge Island-based consultant’s work grew out of a horticulture background and a love of tree-climbing competitions.
The new community center at Pike Place Market provides space and resources to those in need.
His days are spent editing videos, animating graphics and tackling technical challenges like trying to project video onto a giant metal dragonfly.
Everett-based Peters specializes in underwater ship husbandry.
The skipper on the Mukilteo-Clinton run began working for Washington State Ferries in high school.
“I love wine, so I’m always working to make a product that fascinates me.”
Electrical engineer currently leads a team that’s developing the Autoscope, an automated microscope that uses machine-learning algorithms to diagnose malaria.
“It’s so much more than books,” Nowlin says.
“I manage the finances, but everything comes down to feeding hungry people.”