. - Actors turned activists, researchers with breakthroughs to highlight, royalty, and the possibility record-setting attendance are part of the scientific carnival that is BIO 2007
, and perhaps no geographic region is more eager to tell its story than Wisconsin.
Part of that story is the news that Luminis Group
, has been surveying some of the 1,900 exhibitors since arriving in Boston, and found Wisconsin representatives eager to showcase the state's contributions to the biotechnology industry.
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he Institute for Influenza Viral Research at Madison's University Research Park
The potential commercial applications of Kawaoka's work, and other commercial prospects for Wisconsin research, is consistent with an overall conference theme: translating basic research to the marketplace.
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the neurological damage that occurs as a result of hemorrhagic (bleeding) and ischemic (clot) strokes.
Damage from a stroke happens quickly, Underwood said, but not immediately.
Underwood said the company is seeking $10 million in capital to further develop the compound, and would like to start human clinical trials in 2009.
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