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Life Sciences: Wisconsin - The Smart Choice Part Two

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 >>> transfer. Environmental biosciences are changing how we protect and clean our water and our land. In health sciences, profound and life-altering discoveries are being transferred from the laboratory to the marketplace.

Here is an overview of Wisconsins infrastructure for helping bioscience ideas grow into products and services.


Why Wisconsin? ......

Full article >>> lt of work by internationally known Dr. James Thomson and his team of researchers.

WARFs mission is to support scientific research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It moves inventions arising from the universitys laboratories to the marketplace and it manages an endowment that WARF has grown since its inception. WARF accepts about 400 disclosures per year and is nationally known fo......

Full article >>> ticals based on Hector DeLucas vitamin D derivatives, which have been prescribed worldwide to treat bone disorders and other diseases resulting from vitamin D deficiencies;

And most recently, James Thomsons isolation of human embryonic stem cells, which has paved the way toward treatments for currently incurable diseases, including Parkinsons disease and diabetes.

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Full article >>> property portfolio.

The financing for the new program will be drawn from the newly created MCWRF Technology Development Fund, with the bulk of the dollars committed by Milwaukee-based organizations. The supporters have collectively committed $500,000 annually for the next five years. In addition to the Medical College, the consortium includes Robert W. Baird & Co., the Helen Bader Foundat......

Full article >>> ervices, business plan development and access to startup capital.

The La Crosse Medical Health Science Consortium was formed in 1994 as an alliance between a comprehensive university (UW-La Crosse), a two-year vocational college (Western Wisconsin Technical College), an independent college (Viterbo College), and two independent hospitals and clinics (Gundersen Lutheran and the Fran......

Full article >>> ion about the states workforce and available business locations. Forward Wisconsins marketing efforts are focused on six target industries including biotechnology. Forward Wisconsin coordinates the states presence at the annual international BIO convention.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTC 06/01/04


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