. - It's been a long time since Wisconsin landed a federal research laboratory too long, many observers might say.
The U.S. Forest Products Laboratory
came to Madison in 1910 when Gifford Pinchot, the first chief of the U.S. Forest Service
, was pioneering scientific ......Full article >>>
orn fields. They are usually located near existing research centers with track records of attracting and managing large grants, and which have experience in working with industry and other academic partners.
Because federal labs conduct research aimed at solving complicated problems, they also tend to cluster around institutions armed with a range of scientific disciplines. Interdiscipli......Full article >>>
was reinstated in the Senate. It now goes to the State Assembly, where its fate is uncertain.
If the U.S. Department of Energy believes Wisconsin is worth the investment, so should state lawmakers. Let's focus state grant dollars on helping companies get up and running as researchers identify the best commercial prospects.
Wisconsin stands at ......Full article >>>
e Journal in Madison.
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