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Doyles proposal is about more than keeping pace with California

The location for the proposed Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
It was inevitable that Governor Jim Doyle's proposal to build a $375 million interdisciplinary research center on the UW-Madison campus would be characterized as a response to California, where voters passed a $3 billion, 10-year initiative to fund human embryonic stem cell research.

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The removal of bureaucratic hurdles for faculty members who want to become entrepreneurs;

Providing venture capital through the Department of Commerce to start-up businesses through legislation the Governor signed earlier this year;

A $134 million HealthStar Interdisciplinary Research Complex near the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics de......

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Stem cells are so-called blank slate cells that may have the ability to grow into replacement cells. More immediately, they will help researchers test treatments and drugs in conditions that more accurately reflect effects on humans.

Wisconsin discovered how to keep human embryonic stem cells alive in a state that allows continued research. While......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 11/22/04


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