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Wisconsin biotech sector featured in scientific magazine

Schools, tech transfer and government cited as major advantages

MADISON, Wis. Wisconsins biotechnology community is once again in the limelight thanks to feature appearing in the June issue of Modern Drug Discovery. The article examines Wisconsins growing biotech clusters in Madison......

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Programs developed at a state level are working, along side Wisconsins learning institutions and technology transfer organizations, to give biotech companies within the state an edge, the article stated. The Wisconsin Technology Council and the Wisconsin Biotechnolog......

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Schwei acknowledged the advantages and disadvantages of growing a biotech business in the Madison and Milwaukee area but overall, remained optimistic.

There are certainly challenges for Madison to become true center of biotechnology in the state and world, Schwei said. Madison has enough advantages where it can grow into be a major pl......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Kristin V. Johnson 06/13/04


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