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Proceeding with caution at corner of IT & biotech

Madison, Wis. - Some of the world's most powerful supercomputers are used for biotechtechnology or pharmaceutical applications, and that comes as little surprise to the Wisconsin companies operating at the intersection of information technology and biotech.

However, while information technology is extremely important in the biotech sector - computers run the instruments for manufac......

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The link between life science and information technology, which is driving most cancer therapy advances, is undeniable but also problematic. For example, the image-guided radio therapy system developed by Madison's
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"If you have unlimited resources like the east coast companies do - $50 million, $60 million - they build their internal infrastructure," Shaw said. "Because we're in a place that doesn't have those kinds of fiscal resources, it necessitates our partnering with companies that have certain expertise, which is often viewed by the investor as an increased risk.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 10/18/06


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