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MADISON In the past, when entrepreneur Ken Schlager started a company, he looked to the west or east coasts for funding sources. This time around, Schlager is turning to the Center for Technology Transfer (CTT) in Madison for help as he launches a cutting-edge technology that applies electromagnetic fields to wastewater treatment.

Schlager, a 75-year-old electrical engineer, has develope......

Full article >>> nt plants in the greater Milwaukee area one in Jackson and the other in Brookfield Schlagers process is being installed and demonstrated for potentially widespread use. Installation of the process, which uses high-frequency AC current, will allow Jackson to treat biosolid waste at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars compared to $1 million for more conventional applications. It will also r......

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You might think of us pre-venture capital, says Brent English, CTTs grants program director. Where venture capital wants to pick up on a technology or a company is where its getting close to commercialization. We get in as sort of a prepping a business for the venture capitalists. We are not going to be as hands-off as venture capital money would be, but, at the sa......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 04/28/04


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