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Learn about Pathway Medical Technologies Building Available for Sale
The Pathway Medical Technologies Building is located within close proximity to the University of Washington Bothell Campus, and other area biotechnology and medical device companies in Bothell, Kirkland, and Seattle.
The Pathway Medical Technologies Building is located in Kirkland within a ten minute drive of the University of Washington, Institute for Systems Biology,
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, PATH, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and others.
The former Pathway Medical Technologies building includes a total 51,680 square feet in office/manufacturing space on two floors, class 100K and ISO lab
area and 183 parking stalls. The building is for sale: $8,750,000.
Learn more about biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceutical facilities available for sale,
lease or sublease in Washington, regionally or nationwide.
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March 7 is Colon Cancer Alliance Dress in Blue Day.
The Colon Cancer Alliance’s National Dress in Blue Day takes place every year on
the first Friday in March as the official kickoff to National Colorectal Cancer Month.
The program promotes awareness of colon cancer, encourages people to get their colon
checked and ultimately, is working to put an end to this often preventable disease.
LifeScience Moment: The U.S. Senate authorized the National Academy of Sciences to investigate methods of Federal aid in discovering a cure for cancer.
On March 7, 1928, Senator Matthew Neely (D) of West Virginia introduced S. 3554, "To authorize the National Academy of Sciences to investigate
the means and methods for affording Federal aid in discovering a cure for cancer and for other purposes.
On Febrary 4, 1927, Senator Neely proposed a bill that would offer a $5 million reward for the discovery of a cure for cancer.
Senator Neely's "reward" bill did not pass, but it was among the first in a series of proposed legislation that laid the groundwork for the 1937 National
Cancer Institute Act.
In 1937, Senator's Matthew Neely and Homer Bone, with representative Warren Magnuson, introduced the National Cancer Institute Act, which was
signed into law by Franklin Roosevelt on August 5 of that year.
It's a Small World
Anthrax Bacteria Colonies
"In essence, science is a perpetual search for an intelligent and integrated comprehension of the world we live in."
Cornelius Bernardus Van Neil, U. S. microbiologist