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Budget axe could cut SE Wisconsin tech alliance funding

MILWAUKEE - A group of business and technology leaders is asking Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle to preserve $2.6 million in pledged state funds for the Biomedical Technology Alliance (BTA), which seeks to increase collaboration between academic researchers and private industry in southeastern Wisconsin.

The funding was previously approved ......

Full article >>> inesses," Hefty said. The state seed money "is important for collaboration among the major academic institutions. I think we are fortunate that the collaboration is starting to take place, but it needs that support form the state."

Founding institutions of the alliance include Marquette University, the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), Milwaukee School of Engineering, University of Wisc......

Full article >>> h construction of the new GE Healthcare building at the Milwaukee County Research Park, the MCW research building right across the road, and the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin expansion, it is apparent that the biomedical field is southeast Wisconsin's major high-tech cluster, Hefty said.

The first effort to support early-stage technology companies in southeastern Wisconsin was the esta......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 07/20/05


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