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New UW master's program ramps up to fill demand for biotech skills

Madison, Wis. The second-ever group of Master of Science in Biotechnology students will walk across the stage for their diplomas at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this weekend. For the past two years they've worked closely within a group of 20 classmates, up from last year's pilot class of 10, to get deeper sense of the three inseparable di......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Emily Laughnan 05/11/05


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