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CACHE SCIENTIFIC SELECTED TO DISPLAY JOB-CREATING TECHNOLOGY AT WASHINGTON, D.C., SUMMIT

 BEAVERTON, Ore., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- CAChe Scientific Inc., the leading supplier of computer-aided chemistry products for the bench chemist, is among a select group of companies chosen by the American Electronics Association (AEA) to showcase their products at the AEA High Technology Roundtable in Washington, D.C., on May 5, the company said today. CAChe, a subsidiary of Tektronix (NYSE: TEK), was the only Pacific Northwest-based company selected and will demonstrate their Chemistry WorkSystem(TM) alongside products from Intel, DEC, Hewlett Packard, Honeywell, Lotus, Motorola and others.
 The two-day session's theme, "Inventing America's Future" emphasizes job creation potential across a spectrum of industries. It features cutting-edge technologies in the U.S. electronics industry -- technologies that highlight the breadth and promise of the electronics industry. The Technology Showcase on May 5, 1993, includes an evening reception for top administration officials, key members of Congress and senior executives of the U.S. electronics industry. The demonstration will open with a special preview and briefing for national and trade press. An extended open house for congressional members and their staff, federal agency program managers, and AEA members follows the press briefing.
 Roundtable briefings on a variety of topics relating to job-creating electronics technology will be conducted May 5 and May 6. In a format similar to the recent Northwest Timber Summit, key policy makers will be briefed on topics including technology and manufacturing, international issues, taxes and finance, environmental and occupational health, work force and human resources.
 CAChe's WorkSystem(TM) was chosen for the exhibit because of its potential for innovation and productivity improvements in the chemical industry as well as its role in the fast-growing computer-aided chemical development (CACD) industry. The WorkSystem is representative of a new set of tools that is dramatically changing the way chemists work and building the competitive strength of chemical companies who use CACD. The impact is similar to the profound change brought about by CAD/CAE for the electronics industry. The WorkSystem models complex molecules, predicts chemical properties, and simulates chemical reactions thereby hastening the design of new materials and pharmaceuticals. CACD tools enhance creativity in problem solving, quicken time-to-market for chemicals and drugs, and reduce chemical waste and pollution by eliminating unnecessary experimentation.
 There is enormous job-creation potential in CACD technology. It helps chemical companies grow through more efficient research and development efforts. And the CACD industry itself is experiencing rapid growth and opening up highly skilled positions for chemists, software engineers, computer scientists, marketers and support people.
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 CAChe Scientific Inc., a subsidiary of Tektronix Inc., is the industry's leading supplier of computer-aided chemistry tools for the experimental chemist. The company develops and markets complete solutions, including chemistry software, coprocessor cards for the Macintosh, stereoscopic 3D displays, a complete range of peripherals, and is a value-added reseller for Apple and IBM computers. CAChe products are used routinely by educators and experimental chemists in leading corporations in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, plastics, dyes and inks, soaps and detergents, and other industries worldwide.
 NOTE: WorkSystem is a trademark of CAChe Scientific Inc. All other brands and product names mentioned are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information, contact CAChe Scientific Inc., P.O. Box 500, M/S 13-400, Beaverton, OR 97077, or call 800-544-6634./
 /CONTACT: David White of Young & Roehr, 503-222-0626, for CAChe Scientific/
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