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Life Sciences: Wisconsin- The Smart Choice

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 arr......

Full article >>> research in Wisconsin begins at the University of Wisconsin- Madison, one of the largest and most comprehensive research institutions in the world. The UW-Madison consistently ranks among:

The top three public universities in the United States in all research spending ($604 million in 2003);

The top 20 worldwide for National Institutes of Health funding, and;

The to......

Full article >>> echnology and its life science faculty is one of the largest in the country. To bring these advantages to the marketplace, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) is ready to help any business gain access to the wealth of discoveries from the University of Wisconsin campuses. WARF is recognized nationally for its ability to work with industry, to transfer technology from the lab bench to t......

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The Medical College of Wisconsin

Wisconsins largest medical school is the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), located just west of Milwaukee in Wauwatosa. This private academic institution has more than 1,000 full-time faculty. Its clinicians provide care for more than 260,000 patients annually in more than 25 healthcare fac......

Full article >>> oinformatics is computational biology and mathematical modeling, and includes the study and application of methods to analyze bioscience data. Modern mathematics, computer science, and web-based collaborations are revolutionizing the field of biological research forever changing the ways researchers do their work. The Medical Colleges Bioinformatics Program is at the forefront of this sweepin......

Full article >>> ng quality cultural programs year-round and a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Dr. Irene Hrusovsky
CEO, EraGen

The Marshfield Clinic

Through the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, the clinic has developed headlinemaking expertise in epidemiology, genetics, personalized medicine, food safety, zoonotics and clinical research. Abo......

Full article >>> s. The UW-Stout prides itself on its ability to form research partnerships with private businesses.

Marquette University in Milwaukee has sponsored research programs in biochemistry, bioengineering, biology and physiology. The Milwaukee School of Engineering features a growing program in bioengineering.

From regenerative medicine to genetically engineered pla......

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'"/> By WTC 05/28/04

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