November 8, 2018, at noon, ATAMI/HPB11 Willamette Room
Bringing Solar and Light to Himalayan Villages, Ravi Sinha
Ravi Sinha will describe how Choice Solar, an Oregon business, provided the vision to bring solar electricity to three villages this spring in the Sainj River Valley of the Himalayas. These villages never had and quite possibly never will get grid electricity. Ravi will share his experience and offer perspectives on how transformative the collaborative approach was for this project and the villagers.

August 1, 2018, National Science Foundation
Inpria Commended for New Template
In response to industry demand, ATAMI tenant Inpria has developed a tin oxide template for extreme ultraviolet lithography. The new template makes features that are noticeably smaller than older template features. So far, the OSU startup has garnered $23.5 million in funding.

July 1, 2018, Corvallis Gazette-Times
ATAMI's expansion meets demand for high-tech lab space in the Willamette Valley
Client demand causes ATAMI to add 24,000 square feet of tenant space. ATAMI continues to act as a facilitator for high-tech startups. Inpria and Valliscor, companies that both began at OSU, will take 9,000 and 5,000 square feet, respectively, and are leaving their old lab spaces and freeing up space for other tenants.

May 17, 2018, OSU Advantage Accelerator News
eChemion garners $75K at this years's Willamette Angel Conference   
Two OSU spinouts, including ATAMI tenant eChemion, were winners at the Willamette Angel Conference. Investors awarded $75,000 to eChemion, which provides technology that dramatically enhances the lifespan of grid energy storage batteries.

April 28, 9am - 7pm, at OSU's Linus Pauling Center
Oregon Science Startup Forum  
During this one-day course in science entrepreneurship hosted by the Portland Section of the American Chemical Society, you'll hear the startup experiences of science entrepreneurs from around Oregon, learn from investors, intellectual property lawyers and experts in turning science into businesses, and equip yourself with specific steps to start a successful science business. 

February 1, 2018, Terra Magazine
ATAMI tenant eChemion poised for big markets  
The advantages of flow batteries are offset by the downside of current approaches that are vulnerable to oxidation. With OSU-licensed technology, eChemion, a tenant company at ATAMI, overcomes this problem by optimizing the graphite materials used in the reactor core. eChemion’s approach extends battery life and reduces costs.

January 12, 2018, Portland Business Journal
Corvallis startup Inpria is drawing attention
Corvallis startup Inpria, an ATAMI tenant, is developing what it hopes becomes the standard of that new class, a photoresist that employs molecules one-fifth the size of the current standard, allowing for smaller and more precise patterns. It’s also been designed from the outset for EUV lithography.