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April Newsletter 2019 

UWT professor and Director at Center for Urban Waters Dr. Joel Baker is our April Superhero.
April 8, 6-8pm
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APRIL Superhero of Science
Joel Baker, PhD

Water is ubiquitous. Most of us use 10 gallons each morning before our first cup of coffee and over 100 gallons throughout the day while 3 in 10 people worldwide lack access to clean water in their homes. Despite this, we fear unseen pollutants, fight over supplies, and worry about running out of this valuable but nearly cost-free resource.

In this presentation, we will explore how advances in analytical sciences and computing technologies have led to vastly improved water supplies, and the impact of social media on our ability to comprehend risks. Are we in a water crisis? Is the sky falling? What are exciting innovations in how cities manage water. You will be challenged to reinvigorate your best superpower--critical thinking about your world!

RAINMaker team makes the cover of National iGEM Newsletter

RAIN's 2019 iGEM team

We were all excited to see that our beloved iGEM team was spotlighted on the digital Newsletter for iGEM, and on their website homepage!  Dr. H and Dr. Nguyen work hard all year so this recognition is well-deserved for the team and our region!

RAIN's 2019 iGEM team continues to meet and is developing plans for this year's project. The team is made up of 27 high school and undergraduate students from 14 different local schools.

They have big plans and lofty goals, which RAIN is here to help them achieve. Stay tuned for more to come on year 3 of RAIN's Synthetic Biology program!

Did you notice RAIN has a new look? Thanks to our Partner Will Flynt from starlingiot.com, RAIN has an updated Logo. 
RAIN's Girls Who Code disassembled and reassembled computers in March. Here is one group of eager 6-8th graders!

RAIN Girls Who Code continues to grow with several new members every week.  In March, the Club learned how to disassemble and reassemble desktop computers with the help of UW Tacoma Computer Engineering Students Eric, Bee, and Elle.

The computers were donated by Dan & Joy Taylor of Bellarmine Robotics. The girls split into small groups and learned what the individual component's functionality is and how the components work together. The girls worked with tools to build the computer themselves and continue to gain confidence in technology. 

Want to Join Us?
6th grade-12th grade girls are welcome to come to RAIN on Wednesdays from 3:30-5pm. No experience needed -- we will help you get started and have computers to borrow!

FIRST Robotics Districts are in TACOMA April 4-6 @ the Convention Center. Watch local teams like SOTAbots 2557 and Bellarmine 360 compete with the regions top qualifiers for the World Champs in Houston!
Meet Scott, founder of CelKem. CelKem makes proteins to study Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.

RAIN welcomes Pacific Immuna CelKem

CelKem is a Protein Science company passionate about Pulmonary Fibrosis research. They also offer a variety of scientific services, including custom protein expression in microbial cells and soon will offer expression in mammalian and yeast host cells. They originally started in Seattle 2 years ago and moved to RAIN due to our network and the geographic advantage it offers their team. Their protein fabrication brings a fantastic skill set to the labs and we are excited to have them!
 

Dr. Nguyen at Stewart MS College Fair teaching DNA and Molecular Bio skills with young intern.
RAIN EDUCATION
Our education team is active in providing accessible STEM programming for local students both in our RAIN facility and out in the community. In March, we were at Stewart MS "Life after Middle School" Fair to talk to students about research opportunities as High School students.  Dr. Nguyen and Education Coordinator Mandy Galuszka showed off DNA and cell models, with real human cells displayed under a microscope. Our goal is to expose students to STEM opportunities that capture interest and keep them engaged throughout high school.
Dr. Robert Tinder is a chemist working on several products in the RAIN Lab. He also loves to joke around with the Interns!

Intense Process Technologies, Robert Tinder PhD
 
IPT develops sustainable, cost-effective manufacturing solutions for the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, and specialty chemical industries.  This is achieved by utilizing cutting edge reaction technologies that offer significant advantages in mixing, heat transfer, as well as greatly improved safety. Dr. Tinder and his team work at the interface of mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, and biology to build processes that require less capital expenditure, run with less energy and require less raw materials than those currently operating in today’s manufacturing plants.

We love having his innovative ideas on site, and there is always a large tribe of students around him eager to learn!
Lincoln HS students get hands-on training in genetic sequencing from the RAIN Education team
BioBits Synthetic Biology Demo at Lincoln HS
Synthetic biology is commonly used in laboratories, but it is incredibly difficult to demonstrate in classrooms. Luckily, innovative graduate students Ally Huang and Jessica Stark from MIT have created a system called BioBits to allow students of all ages experience synbio without the lab. The RAIN Science Team had the unique privilege of pilot testing BioBits at Mr. Kale Iverson's 10th grade Plant Biology class at Lincoln High School. The team, joined by TCC MESA director Dr. Sharon Rivera, spent two days guiding students through the central dogma of molecular biology, punctuating each point with a lesson that resulted in brilliantly colored proteins forming in the test tubes. Students were excited to put on gloves and pipet solutions, feeling the thrill of being a scientist. Instructors were impressed with the students quick learning we all look forward to future collaborations!
Upcoming Events 

Monday, April 8                       SuperHeroes of Science 6-8pm
Wednesdays,  April 3/10/17/24  RAIN Girls Who Code  3:30-5pm  

Wednesday, April 3                 Tacoma Visual Analytics 5:30-8pm
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March Newsletter 2019 

Dr. Matt Tolentino, UW Tacoma Computer Engineering professor, reveals a sensor platform.

RAIN Partners with UW Tacoma School of Engineering

Many exciting projects are happening at RAIN but few include open fire and flying drones! Enter Dr. Tolentino and his team from UWT School of Engineering. They have joined with the Tacoma FD to outfit drones with sensors to detect hazardous gases. This project ends in June and is testing their device at RAIN due to its unique space.
We are excited to report more about Dr. T and his team of Electrical Engineers and Computer Engineers at UWT in the coming months so stay tuned!

UW Tacoma Engineering team of students and faculty at RAIN testing their drone's automated sensing technology on a fire. 
Members of the iGEM team discussing their project and future strategy.

RAIN's 2019 iGEM team

RAIN's 2019 iGEM team has hit the ground running as they choose this year's project. Current proposals include bioluminescent glow sticks, a field kit for fetal growth monitoring, and a soil additive that induces the growth of nitrogen-fixing bacteria.

The team is made up of 27 high school and undergraduate students from 14 different schools. They have big plans and lofty goals, which RAIN is here to help them achieve. We will continue to follow their progress!

SuperHeroes of Science returns on April 8th with the Center for Urban Waters' Science Driector, Dr. Joel Baker!

RAIN's SuperHeroes' speakers have interesting and sometimes unexpected backgrounds in the pursuit of cutting edge science. The storytellers unfold the work they've done and its importance, fantastic failures and lessons learned, their current work, the future of their field, and war stories from the lab. Join us the second Monday of every month at 6pm for this exciting evening starting on April 8th at 6pm.

RAIN's Head Scientist Dr. Nguyen, and Founder Dr. Hirschberg with Michael Martin at Bellarmine Prep's Marine Chemistry Symposium.

RAIN Intern and Bellarmine Prep Senior, Michael Martin, presented his research last month at Bellarmine Prep's Marine Chemistry Symposium from his study using a unique promoter to express a protein.
RAIN strives to educate many high schoolers in the community in Molecular Biology then launch them to higher education in STEM fields to help develop our future workforce in BioEngineering!
Congratulations Michael!

Meet the Canadian Biotech company Signal Chem at RAIN!

SignalChem boosts their volume at RAIN

RAIN is excited to announce that Signal Chem, the BioTech giant from Vancouver BC that creates proteins and kinases, has quadrupled their orders from our location. After a six-month pilot project, they awarded RAIN more workforce hours, equipment, and products.  This is exciting for RAIN as this contract helps fulfill our mission to grow jobs and talent in BioTech in Tacoma. We are hopeful this will eventually lead to the creation of proteins in our wet labs.

iGEM star intern and Stadium Senior Ian was awarded the prestigious Act Six Award to PLU  
iGEM Student Honored
Ian Gutierrez

RAIN was excited to learn that our iGEM intern Ian was awarded the Act Six Scholarship from Pacific Lutheran University, providing him a tuition-free education for four years. For those of us that work with Ian daily, we recognize there is no one that is more worthy of this honor. He came to RAIN as a Running Start student from Stadium High School last year and has worked tirelessly in Molecular Biology and volunteering in many tasks around the incubator. 
The PLU Act Six scholarship selects students who show a commitment to leadership, academics, and their communities then mentors them as future leaders. Congratulations to Ian for all his hard work and the well-deserved honor!
RAIN's GWC busy creating animations in ALICE3 or a python Chatbox.

RAIN Girls Who Code continues to grow with several new members this week. New girls start with Scratch and quickly move to build a ChatBox in Python then an Animation in Alice3. Last week half the Club went to a field trip at UBER Seattle, learning how to solve real-world problems in computer engineering.
In March, the Club will learn how to disassemble and reassemble desktop computers with the help of UW Tacoma Computer Engineering Students. Many thanks to our team!
Want to Join Us?
6th grade-12th grade girls are welcome to come to RAIN on Wednesdays from 3:30-5pm. No experience needed -- we will help you get started and have computers to borrow!
Programming Volunteers are needed to meet the needs of our expanding group!
Contact Kristine at kristineg@rainincubator.org.

Dr. Langevin from Orneon Health.
The RAIN team is always excited to see ORNEON HEALTH CEO Dr. Stan Langevin working on his exciting projects. Stan uses next-generation sequencing to characterize the gut microbiome of patients with antibiotic-resistant Clostridium difficile infections. This should provide insights into the effects of chronic antibiotic use and identify the beneficial microbes that lead to a healthy gut microbiome. He is also developing a device that can capture therapeutic bacteriophages, viruses that kill bacteria, from the environment to find new treatments for antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Keep at it Stan!
 
Upcoming Events 

Wednesdays,  March 6/20/27  RAIN Girls Who Code  3:30-5pm  

Wednesday, March 6  Tacoma Visual Analytics  5:30-8pm
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January Newsletter 2019 

David Voehringer outlines strategies for success and overcoming pitfalls.

January Superheroes of Science

Successful Failures: Stories of Success in Silicon Valley
Dr. Voehringer gave a thrilling presentation of the ups and downs during his path to success in BioTech. Starting as a graduate student at MD Anderson Cancer Center, David studied apoptosis and made a critical discovery in the p53 suppressor gene and its role in cancer. Sadly, he submitted his pivotal research to the journal Science just one week later than another team. This meant that his work was not the first to publish this major medical discovery. Pushing past this disappointment, David inspired us with his ability to find the positive outcome from this.
David illustrated that selling picks and shovels to miners during the gold rush may be the easiest path to financial success. In other words, everyone wants to cure cancer, but the better goal is to make tools for people who are trying to cure cancer. He also recommended that everyone work on SALES. Sell your ideas to your boss, agency, or director. Having a good PITCH, even about yourself, is pivotal for long-term success.
He is currently the Director of Sales at BioTech giant, ProteinSimple (now a division of Bio-Techne). He was part of a team that built a unique protein analysis business from scratch that was successfully sold for $330M. We enjoyed the time that Dr. Voehringer spent at RAIN.  Thanks, David!

iGEM 2019 Donors
RAIN is grateful to our iGEM sponsors for their support of our local team of high school and college students. Washington Research Foundation's mission to promote innovative research and support startups in the life sciences is a perfect match for the iGEM team. We hope to join the ranks of other successful iGEM teams by creating a proof of concept that will grow into a new company. We are thrilled to welcome WRF as new sponsors and look forward to sharing our innovative new ideas that will impress the community.

Promega, a biotech company headquartered in Madison, WI, has renewed their commitment as an iGEM sponsor and validates the efforts that the RAINMAKERS are making in synthetic biology. Their support was instrumental in providing resources for the team's research last year and we are excited to have them as partners again for 2019! The Tacoma RAINmakers would not be as successful if it were not for the contributions of its generous donors. RAIN thanks all patrons of our spotlight program!
Carbon Nanotubes under Scanning Electron Microscope
RAIN has welcomed four new companies into our wet labs this year. One of our exciting companies is Odysseus Technologies, Inc, founded by Dr. Bryan Laubscher. Dr. Laubscher has invented a new way to synthesize carbon nanotubes (CNTs). With this invention, Odysseus Technologies is poised to disrupt the multi-billion dollar materials and electronics industries and launch a carbon materials revolution comparable to the industrial revolution. Dr. Laubscher is enthusiastic to complete funding of his technology to create more product and RAIN is excited to have him!
February SuperHeroes of Science is Monday, February 11, from 6-8pm. Stayed tuned for our Superhero!
RAIN's SuperHero's speakers have interesting and sometimes unexpected backgrounds in the pursuit of cutting edge science. The storytellers unfold the work they've done and its importance, fantastic failures and lessons learned, their current work, the future of their field, and war stories from the lab. Join us the second Monday of every month at 6pm for this exciting evening.
RAIN's Girls Who Code enjoys their new computers and thank the Seattle Fund for their donation!!
RAIN Girls Who Code celebrated 2019 with new laptops and technology thanks to a generous donation from the Seattle Fund. This donation allows us to grow the Club size and upgrade our software. This month we will:
-Build individual webpages
-Create coded animations in Alice3 to discuss homelessness in Tacoma
-Take a field trip to UBER Seattle for hands-on programming training.

Want to Join Us?
6th grade-12th grade girls are welcome to come to RAIN on Wednesdays from 3:30-5pm. No experience needed -- we will help you get started and have computers to borrow!
Volunteers with proficiency in programming are needed to meet the needs of our expanding group!
Contact Kristine at kristineg@rainincubator.org for more info.
Join the 2019 iGEM team now!

Tacoma RAINmakers
RAIN is currently recruiting members for its 2019 iGEM team. If you are a high school or college student interested in synthetic biology, creating biological tools to solve world problems, and want to have good, clean, scientific fun.. join the RAINmakers! Students of different backgrounds are encouraged to apply; we just ask that you LOVE SCIENCE! Applications can be found on the website linked above.
This will be the third year that RAIN is sponsoring a team for the iGEM competition and we are looking forward to teaching our new team the ropes.

Learn About iGEM 2019
Congratulations to Albert and his team for their
2018 GOOD FOOD AWARD!
RAIN Urban Kitchen vendor Reverend Al's Bona Fide Potents was recently recognized as a Good Food Award winner for the elixir "the Purple One". Inspired by the musician Prince, the Purple One is a delicious drink mixer made from blueberries, flowers (including roses, chamomile, and hibiscus), spices, and of course, love. Owner Albert McMurry says "we were honored just to be on the list next to products that we admire and love. To win the award was an unexpected honor!" Although their selection changes with the season, they always use high quality, locally sourced ingredients to craft their potents. The RAIN team loves seeing and smelling the fresh ingredients coming from the food lab. Congratulations and well done to Albert and the Bona Fide Potents team!
KEIRETSU is a RAIN Network Partner

RAIN Community PartnerKeiretsu  Tacoma Forum gathers monthly and features four carefully selected startup companies with 25-minute presentations plus 2-3 past presenting companies with shorter update presentations. Companies vary in industry, each company is usually seeking funding between $250K and $2 million, and Q & A sessions are part of each presentation.

Dr Nguyen and Catherine celebrate new Textbooks in Cloning.  Thanks Dr. Buchanan!
The RAIN Science team was ecstatic to receive a wonderful new year's gift of the Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual by Green and Sambrook. This manual is the go-to reference for many scientists in the laboratory and having it in RAIN's lab today brings back many fond memories for pre-Dr. Judy! Thank you Dr. Katie B. for your kind gift!
Upcoming Events 


Wednesdays, Jan 30 & Feb 6  Tacoma Visual Analytics  5:30-8pm

Monday, Feb. 11  SuperHeroes of Science  6-8pm 

Wednesdays,  Feb. 6/13/20/27  RAIN Girls Who Code  3:30-5pm  
 
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December Newsletter 2018 

Lance Brooks discussing elimination and reduction of biologic threats.

Superheroes of Science: December
     Lance Brooks of the Department of Defense presented the process of Biologic Threat Reduction on Monday night. He started with a review of the program that helped Russia eliminate chemical weapons, biologic weapons, and the prevention of future weapons. This program also includes minimizing the threat of natural infectious disease outbreaks.
     Lance regaled us with the story of dismantling an Anthrax Facility in Kazakstan. This enormous facility was creating anthrax to weaponize against humans. Luckily it was removed by the US before it could ever be used and is no longer active.
     The DoD also utilizes partner network labs to minimize the threat of deliberate, accidental, and natural infectious disease outbreaks through enhanced biosecurity, safety, and surveillance all around the world. 
Lance and his team are critical to the ongoing national safety of the country. Thanks Lance!

Dr. Voehringer will present on success and frustrations in Silicon Valley on Mon. Jan 14.
Attend

January Superheroes of Science
Monday, Jan. 14 at 6pm
Successful Failure: Stories to Success Silicon Valley.  
Dr. Voehringer will discuss his experiences as a graduate student at MD Anderson Cancer Center, a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford, and his time in the industry with a look into how influential moments during were often directed by failure.
He is currently the Director of Sales at BioTech giant, ProteinSimple (now a division of Bio-Techne). He was part of a team that built a unique protein analysis business from scratch that was successfully sold for $330M.
David gained a wealth of experience in how small startups successfully transition to a market force. David is a creative yet disciplined entrepreneur with a proven track record of success in both industry and academia. Join us for this exciting lecture in January!

Judy and Interns help teach STEM techniques in Molecular Biology at MakerFest 
MakerFest
In November, RAIN participated in the Pierce County MakerFest. This free event is dedicated to showcasing local “Makers” and gives them the opportunity to interact with the community. Adults and kids ages 3 and up visited the RAIN Incubator table to extract their own DNA, learn to use a spectrophotometer, and get a lesson on pipetting. Other exhibitors included FabLab with a custom cut T-Rex sculpture, Pacific NW R2 Builders, and four fully functional droids. 
It's a happy day for the RAIN team when Andrew brings Peach Pie
RAIN featured on the PROMEGA Page. Click the Link to learn more!

THANKS FOR GIVING TUESDAY
Thank you to all Friends of RAIN who donated to the FaceBook GivingTuesday Campaign. RAIN relies heavily on donations to run our many educational and community outreach programs. We are very grateful for these donors! Please know everyone at RAIN knows who you are and appreciates all you do for us!
RAIN team having fun teaching skills in Molecular Biology.
Dr. Nguyen presented at Multicare's Research Day in December.
RAIN Head Scientist Dr. Judy Nguyen was one of twenty presenters selected for MultiCare Institute for Research and Innovation’s annual Research Day on December 7. This event spotlights innovations and ongoing studies in the Multicare community. RAIN is proud to have Multicare as a Community Partner.
It is important to recognize that our local hospital organizations not only provide clinical care but also research and clinical trials that provide value to Tacoma.
Click here (http://bit.ly/2PwNVjG) to read a short description of the event. Congratulations to this year’s incredible winners and thank you MIRI for supporting innovation healthcare solutions!
iGEM team is competing at MIT Jamboree event in Boston

Tacoma RAINmakers
RAIN’s 2018 iGEM team ended the year on a high note! At the end of October, they traveled to Boston and met over 340 iGEM teams from around the world to compete for coveted awards and prizes. Their many months of hard work paid off with a bronze medal and a nomination for Best Public Engagement and Education
The team created a DNA-based arsenic biosensor that turned purple in the presence of the toxin. This biosensor will be continually improved in the lab. This was a fantastic experience for the entire team of high school students.

KEIRETSU is a RAIN Network Partner

RAIN Community PartnerKeiretsu Tacoma Forum gathers monthly and features four carefully selected startup companies with 25-minute presentations plus 2-3 past presenting companies with shorter update presentations. Companies vary in industry, each company is usually seeking funding between $250K and $2 million, and Q & A sessions are part of each presentation.

Join the 2019 RAIN iGEM team. Now recruiting.

iGEM 2019
Applications to join the 2019 iGEM team are open now! Learn skills in Molecular Biology and applications of Synthetic Biology. All Undergrad and High School students are welcome, no experience needed! Gain valuable research experience, grow your skills in coding, networking, public speaking and more! Join us at an info night to learn more or click here to apply now! Info Nights: Jan. 12 at 6:00 p.m. and Jan. 19 at 10 a.m.

RAIN Girls Who Code welcomes more members
RAIN's Girls Who Code program finished their 12th meeting this month. The Club celebrated a Holiday Party this week where the girls each presented their programmed animation.  This free program, whose mission is "to close the gender gap in computer science", continues every Wednesday for 6th grade -12th grade girls from 3:30-5pm. It resumes on Jan 19, 2019. All girls in 6-12th grade are welcome!
Volunteers with proficiency in programming are needed to meet the needs of our expanding group! Thank you Bellarmine Robotics for access to laptops, and mentors Autumn, Mary, and Ardie! Learn more at our RAIN GWC site or email kristineg@rainincubator.org.
 
RAIN team hosting their 1st AirBnB Experience
RAIN AirBnB Experience
RAIN is excited to kickoff its own community engagement Experience hosted through AirBnB!  This platform allows Tacoma community members to further engage with RAIN and get time in the lab with RAIN scientists learning foundational biological principles, and techniques central to biotechnology.  Our most recent experience featured 5 community members learning to extract their own DNA! RAIN is proud to continue increasing accessibility to scientific engagement in Tacoma.
Learn More:  RAIN’s Extract Your Own DNA Experience
Upcoming Events 

Jan 7  Tacoma Agile Network at RAIN  5:30-7:30pm

Jan 12 & 19 iGEM 2019 Team Info Night at RAIN   6-8pm

Jan 14  SuperHeroes of Science  6-8pm 

Jan 16/23/30  RAIN Girls Who Code  RAIN 3:30-5pm  

 
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