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2004 in review: Editors picks

Heating up in its last few months, 2004 delivered some promising advances in Wisconsin technology. Wisconsin businesses continue to gain national attention, and the state has set in motion public initiatives to help entrepreneurs and push life-science research forward.

In other news, the Wisconsin Technology Network just turned two. To celebrate, here are some of our favorite stories of 2......

Full article >>> act involved creating the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Network, a coalition of state agencies and higher educational institutions with a $1-million-a-year mission from the Department of Commerce to establish regional outreach centers for start-up businesses.

With Commerce S......

Full article >>> arch, Governor Jim Doyle announced in November. Half of that is for a research center on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus intended to be a national Alzheimers disease research center, and to house stem-cell research.

Wisconsin investors also brought the technology of a St. Louis company, Symbiontics Inc., to Milwaukee with an $8.5 million financing round,

Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein and Jason Stitt 12/28/04


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