September 17, 2021 The Oregonian
"Small Corvallis tech firm sells for a whopping sum: $514 million"
Inpria, an ATAMI tenant whose resist technology helps manufacture some of the most advanced computer chips, sold Friday for $514 million to JSR Corporation.  Inpria, which spun out of Oregon State University’s chemistry department in 2007, says it will retain its Corvallis operation at OSU's Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute facility, in addition to expanded manufacturing at JSR Facilities in Hillsboro and Beaverton.



August 25, 2020, OSU Newsroom
ATAMI is pleased to announce that the Northwest Nanotechnology Infrastructure (NNI), of which ATAMI is a participant, has received funding for another five years. The NNI is a partnership between OSU and University of Washington, and is a site within the larger NSF-funded National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI).

June 11, 2020, Business Insider
Crown Electrokinetics secures investment from Hudson Pacific Properties
Corvallis startup Crown Electrokinetics, with a novel approach to the growing smart glass industry, today announced Hudson Pacific Properties has invested in the company. Crown has been an ATAMI industry tenant since 2016. 

March 16, 2020, OSU School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Congratulations to ATAMI faculty member Dr. Brian Fronk, 2020 NSF Career Award recipient
Brian Fronk, assistant professor of mechanical engineering received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to support his work on methods for managing thermal energy in power cycles.

February 20, 2020, The Oregonian
Corvallis startup Inpria lands $31 million for next generation of computer chip
A Corvallis company helping to enable the next generation of semiconductor manufacturing technology has raised Oregon’s first big round of startup funding this year.

February 17, 2020, Gazette-Times
Corvallis company earns safety, health recognition
Valliscor LLC, a chemical manufacturing firm in Corvallis, has stepped up its commitment to on-the-job safety and health by completing its first year in Oregon OSHA’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program.