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Five remaining firms vie for Tech Transfer award

Companies sporting cutting edge tools for genetic research, nanotechnology, farm waste management and produce storage have emerged as the finalists in the first-ever Governor's Small Business Technology Transfer Award.

Judges for the contest have winnowed the field to five finalists from a group of 12 semifinalists. The $5,000 grand prize will be presented to the winner June 7 at this yea......

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Seman said the burgeoning obesity problem in the United States has given rise to an increase in Type 2 diabetes and a growing desire for drugs to stave of end-stage renal failure. Drug researchers tackling Type 2 diabetes can use T2DN to more reliably screen prospective drugs to determine if they are effective in slowing or reversing end-stage re......

Full article >>> Stultz said. "One of challenges is hiring technical talent as rapidly as we need it."

The award is jointly sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce and the Center for Technology Transfer, which was founded in 2002 to promote development and adoption of innovations that are energy efficient and environmentally friendly. He award's purpose is to recognize companies that bring new p......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 05/25/05


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