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Doyles Entrepreneurs and Research week nears

Conferences intended to showcase Wis. startups, biotech

Entrepreneurship, nanotechnology and biomedical engineering will be the subjects of three conferences June 1-4 in Madison and Milwaukee, giving substance to what Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle has declared Entrepreneurs and Research Week.

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Established entrepreneurs will share stories an......

Full article >>> neurial strengths for Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin., said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. From animation to architecture, from envisioning tomorrows cities to building todays information systems, Milwaukees digital design cluster is a leader.

The business-plan contest winners will share prizes including $120,000 and business services, according to conference......

Full article >>> d the Milwaukee School of Engineering, according to organizers. This year, speakers from 17 Midwest research institutions will introduce emerging technologies. Presentations will draw from fields such as biomedical engineering and imaging devices, with a focus on creating marketable products.

After that, groups of researchers will give moderated presentations in the fields of ife sciences......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 05/26/04


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