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Departure of nanotech researcher stings UW

Madison, Wis. - The recent decision by a young researcher to leave the University of Wisconsin-Madison has exposed some of the financial consequences of the same-sex union debate in Wisconsin.

Rob Carpick, an associate engineering physics professor and nanotechnology researcher, has won $3.4 million in grants since coming to Madison in 2000. At th......

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Carpick said the negative comments of some legislators made recruitment efforts from the University of Florida and the University of Michigan appealing.

"It's frankly hurtful," Carpick said, "and it takes away your motivation and energy, and you feel unappreciated......

Full article >>> rg/Home.aspx">Republican Party of Wisconsin, said the actual cost would have been at least twice Doyle's estimate. Delaporte further explained that lawmakers were uninterested in distributing perks to well-paid professors while grappling with a strained budget.

"It's a harder sell, when we're in a deficit, for folks across Wisconsin to say somebody with $90,000 isn't getting enough be......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 08/30/06


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