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Barriers Outlined for Wisconsins Biotech Growth

MILWAUKEE, WI. - Research presented at the Wisconsin Economic Summit in Milwaukee suggest that while the biotechnology industry in Wisconsin shows promise, barriers still exist for the sector to reach its full potential.

A study presented by the Wisconsin Association for Biomedical Research and Education (WABRE) identified biotech as a bu......

Full article >>> ogenix.com/" target="blank">Physiogenix, Inc. located in the Milwaukee County Research Parks Innovation Center might have a hard time staying in its current location if it cannot locate a vivarium or rat housing facility -- in the center.

Physiogenix develops and sells specialized research rat models developed through a process of chromosomal substitution. The customized rats help......

Full article >>> nce development in China and the lack of a major pharmaceutical company in Wisconsin as stumbling blocks.

If you ask what the difference is between Wisconsin and Nebraska, the answer is the (Milwaukee) Brewers, Prudent said. But if you ask what the difference is between Wisconsin and Indiana, its Eli Lily.

Prudent stressed that the presence of a major player in the industry would......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Charles Rathmann 10/28/03


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