- Guy Mascari would very much like to be proven wrong, but he thinks biotechnology may never be anything more than a boutique industry in metropolitan Milwaukee - a component of the economic landscape, but not what drives the economy of southeastern Wisconsin.
Mascari, director of development for Milwaukee County Research Park
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which is attempting to raise its research profile, is zero.
Two of the nine have come to Milwaukee from St. Louis, including ZyStor Therapeutics, Inc
., which is developing enzyme replacement therapies. ZyStore was lured here with the help of $8.5 million in funding from a syndicate that was led by Mason Wells
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lding a major research program is more of a marathon than a sprint, one that can be expected to last several years.
Ourmazd was not alone in his assessment of Milwaukee's life-science potential. Dr. Lou Tornatzky, co-author of a white paper that outlines an innovation strategy for Milwaukee's economy, said the city has more going for it than several of today's high-tech havens had when th......Full article >>>
ding, employee skills, and employee benefits, Mascari believes it's a lot harder to form a company than it was 10 years ago, and scientists with degrees have options, he noted. "If you have a chance to go to work with GE or start a company, what would you do?" he asked.
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