- At last year's Biotechnology Industry Organization convention in Chicago, it wasn't intimidating for Wisconsin to be strutting its high-tech stuff. While Chicago is a business leader in almost every sense of the word, it's not well known for its biotech. Pharmaceutical companies, yes; biotech firms, not really.
That's not the case in B......Full article >>>
mcw.edu">Medical College of Wisconsin ($130 million) and other Wisconsin academic institutions (at least $75 million), there's no need for R&D envy.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
is the oldest academic tech-transfer organization in the county. It handles 300-plus disclosures per year from professors and researc......Full article >>>
ref="http://www.marshfieldclinic.org/research/pages/index.aspx">Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation just dedicated its $40 million Laird Center, and the Medical College of Wisconsin continues to add research capacity.
There are 300-plus biotech companies in the Boston area, including world leaders such as Genzyme. Wisconsin has more than 100 biotech firms, ......Full article >>>
nsin State Journal in Madison.
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