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To be a player in the "Knowledge Economy," Wisconsin needs more tech workers

Madison, Wis. If Wisconsin continues to build on its technology strengths, will its economic weaknesses eventually take care of themselves?

Wisconsin's assets in the 21st century knowledge economy are impressive when compared with other states of its size. But its weaknesses are intimidating, especially when it comes to training and retaining a skille......

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The state also has a strong biotechnology base outside stem-cell research, as demonstrated in June when NimbleGen was acquired by pharmaceutical giant Roche for $272.5 million. There are more than 100 biotechs of all sizes in the Madison area alone (Promega is a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 07/10/07


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