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Impact of research park firms pegged at $680M

Madison, Wis. - Almost everybody knows the University of Wisconsin-Madison stimulates the local economy by generating high-tech spin-off companies. But a new study has produced figures to back that assertion.

Many of the 114 companies housed in the University Research Park, located three miles w......

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URP, a 255-acre non-profit research and technology park established in 1984, has 34 buildings with more than 1.5 million square feet of office and laboratory space used by a broad range of start-up companies, many of which are focused on biotechnology.

The study fou......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 09/19/06


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