- How does a tech-based economy help parts of Wisconsin that aren't destined to become the next Silicon Valley
or to attract millions of dollars in medical research grants? For an answer, let's take a virtual tour of Imago Scientific Instruments
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age wage is $76,500 per year, more than twice the state's per capita average. Its sales are growing steadily ($4.1 million in orders in the fourth quarter of 2006 alone) and the future looks bright with the global nanotech tools market predicted to reach $27 billion by 2008.
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Another study by the Wisconsin Technology Council
looked at the economic value of academic research and development funding statewide. In 2004, about $883 million in academic R&D helped generate 31,000 jobs directly and indirectly, based on an economic formula used by the U.S. Department of Commerce Bure......
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