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MADISON, Wis.Marshalling a biotech-savvy workforce for the states burgeoning life sciences industry is going to take money, time and secondary-school awarenessall of which Wisconsin could use more of.

Speakers and attendees alike at the 20th Annual Life Sciences and Venture Conference at the Monona Terrace Convention Center this week looked forward to the day when the state will be cranki......

Full article >>> and a great number of themare essential to the biotech and especially bioprocessing industries, in which Wisconsin could be a big player, particularly because of its abundance of fresh water.

Wisconsin has an opportunity to grab a niche in bioprocessing, Lowndes said. It hasnt hit here in Wisconsin yet; big pharma is not here.

But how to educate people to get there is the $64,......

Full article >>> uring scientist at Invitrogen, a California-based company with a manufacturing plant in Madison. Fronczak she got into the biotech program because she didnt want a traditional masters program studying one minuscule corner of science, locked in a lab all day.

Now, shes working her day job, going to school on weekends and gaining the knowledge she observed colleagues at Invitrogen use to be......

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