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A fish tale that is about more than the one that got away


Dr. Carl Clark illustrates how large the fish were
MILWAUKEE The Medical College of Wisconsin is expanding its efforts to commercialize the products of its research. It reached an important milestone July 1, when Dr. Carl Clar......

Full article >>> s second attempt at obtaining fish serum involved traveling to a commercial fishery on Lake Michigan and borrowing some unwanted carp. A daylong field trip to the fishery involved eight university employees and yielded just 100 milliliters of serum.

"It was an expensive proposition," Clark recalled.

Clark knew he could obtain fish serum more efficiently than the group had, so he ......

Full article >>> ke in the eye with a sharp stick. Especially for two days' work."

The most valuable by-product of Clark's fish business was his increased appetite for new business challenges. "The take-home message is that if you're in the right place at the right time with the right idea, you can make a lot of money," Clark said.

Few high-tech entrepreneurs would consider $6,000 to be "a lot of......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Teresa Esser 08/02/04


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