Examine the techno-geography of other states across the Midwest, and you'll find they're generally "bipolar." No, that's not a psychiatric diagnosis, but instead a reflection on the fact that most successful states have one or more tech centers.
Minnesota has the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul (home to the University of Minnesota) and......Full article >>>
Alliance that the Wisconsin Institute for Biomedical and Health Technologies has been launched with a $1 million grant from the UW-Milwaukee. While $1 million doesn't sound like a lot, especially in the research world, the commitment by UW-Milwaukee has already attracted 10 times its weight.
The new facility, to be housed at the Cozzens and Cudahy Research Center on Milwaukee's northwes......Full article >>>
benefit if the state becomes more "bipolar." The growth of the East Pole won't detract from anything happening in the West Pole of Madison. In fact, if the track record of other Midwest states is a guide, the East Pole will help Wisconsin grow in prominence as a leading technology state.