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On the same day Doyle announced the Tech Star grant, he also singled out NovaScan, a Milwaukee firm that is the first to receive assistance from WiSys Technology Foundation Inc. WiSys is a subsidiary of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, a technology licensing agency chartered in the 1920s to work exclusively on innovations springing from the M......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/26/03


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