Students Luis Contreras and Virkamal Dhaliwal with their chemistry professor Lori Robins (left to right) in a lab at the University of Washington Bothell. They helped Briotech prove its product is effective in destroying prions, the abnormal proteins that cause dementia disorders. (Contributed photo)

How UW Bothell is helping fuel biotech in region

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