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Alliance looks to create the right chemistry in SE Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wis. On a day when the fledgling Biomedical Technology Alliance (BTA) took a major step from concept to reality, receiving $500,000 from the Wisconsin Dept. of Commerce and another $500,000 in matching grants, it was an anecdote from a chemistry professor that showed the promise for formalizing pathways for collaboration between academic researchers.

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 03/29/06


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