Dan Terry, CEO and co-owner of Briotech in Woodinville, helped find a way to create an artificial disinfectant that has been found to kill the Mad Cow virus and may be used for other pathogens. (Daniella Beccaria /The Herald)

Scientist: Woodinville company’s breakthrough is surprising

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Herald Business Journal

Testimony resumes on 3,000-condo development at Point Wells

Then a hearing examiner is to decide one of the more complex projects the county has ever considered.

United board faces a long to-do list, from chairman to jets

The airline is weighing an order for more Boeing 787-8 planes to replace an aging twin-aisle model.

Brazil: Boeing-Embraer deal likely as defense fears soothed

Brazil’s defense minister hopes talks will wrap up by the end of the year.

Survey: Bee death increase may be tied to climate change

“Weird weather events disrupt them.”

Boeing-backed startup has launch customer for electric plane

Zunum Aero, based in Kirkland, will use battery packs, rather than fuel.

A 1971 Seattle billboard is echoed in the head-tax debate

That was when Seattle was a Boeing town. Now it’s an Amazon town. Does it matter whose town it is?

Crash dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on I-5

The truck was hauling the feathers from a Foster Farms poultry facility to a rendering company in B.C.

Trump eager to sign bill rolling back Dodd-Frank regulations

Critics say future taxpayer bailouts may be needed once it becomes law.

Shortage of truckers starting to cause prices to rise

America had a shortage of 51,000 truck drivers at the end of last year.

Most Read