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Life Science: From company creation to growth: Doing business in Wisconsin

Editors Note: The Wisconsin Technology Council has published the first-ever magazine about Wisconsins life sciences industry. The 24-page publication highlights the states research base, technology-transfer process, company creation, quality of life, key contacts and the I-Q Corridor that joins Chicago, Wisconsin and Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The Wisconsin Technology Network has ar......

Full article >>> and its affiliated hospitals and institutions form one of the fastest-growing academic medical centers in the country. Other contributors to bioscience intellectual capital in Wisconsin include the Marshfield Clinic, Gunderson Hospital, Marquette University, and other campuses of the University of Wisconsin.
William Hendee
Sr. Associate Dean,
VP Medical College of
Wisconsin
Full article >>> tic engineering technologies for livestock. Forest and Paper Biotechnology claims some of Wisconsins youngest bioscience companies, while Food Biotechnology offers some of the oldest.

Centers of Excellence

The expertise of Wisconsin bioscience companies matches closely with the states core research strengths. Research institutions in Wisconsin are leaders in the following ......

Full article >>> ame core value, The Wisconsin Idea, that it articulated 100 years ago: The borders of the university are the borders of the state and today the borders of the world.
John Wiley
Chancellor, UW-Madison

General Electric Co. has invested $12 billion in its Wisconsin-based health care unit in the past year in an effort to better reach an aging domestic population an......

Full article >>> tment firms; expansion and buyout capital funds; and other exit finance strategies.

Currently, Wisconsin has four venture capital funds that invest in life sciences. They are Baird Venture Partners of Milwaukee and Madison, Frazier Technology Ventures of Madison and Seattle, Mason Wells Biomedical Fund of Milwaukee, and Venture Investors LLC of Madison. Several angel networks throughout W......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTC 06/06/04


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