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Economic report raises red flags on Wisconsin's future

Madison, Wis. Wisconsin could lose its carefully established position as a nexus for research and development in the Midwest if more money is not channeled into academic and other research institutions, according to a new report.

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Full article >>> ort doesnt always equal money, although Ive never heard of anyone who said money doesnt help.
All these factors have contributed to a weakened effort in Wisconsin research, placing the state just outside the top twenty for R&D spending, and leaving the economy growing slightly more slowly than the rest of the country.

According to Tom Still, president of the council, blows such as th......

Full article >>> l College of Wisconsin and the Marshfield Clinic. By promoting joint initiatives similar to those recently applied in Minnesota, where the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic have joined forces, it will open up the avenue for new research opportunities.

The state and the parties listed above need to actively measure, celebrate, and succeed with the goal of increasing risk-taking a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 10/04/04


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