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Seven good reasons to approve the Institutes for Discovery

Ever since the Trojans hauled that giant wooden statue inside their walls, and woke up to the sound of armed Greeks in the streets, people have been examining gift horses carefully. There's generally nothing wrong with that careful policy - within reason.

The state Building Commission will define what's within reason Wednesday when it considers a landmark pl......

Full article >>> onal purpose, with training sessions for established workers, short courses and tours for young people.

3. It would be the first facility of its kind in the Midwest. Part of the institute would be public, and part private (built with the Morgridge gift). That is a successful formula that has worked at the Scripps Research Institute in southern California, at Stanford University's Clark In......

Full article >>> 's research base since the late 1800s. But we must spend enough to maintain that lead, and protect past investments. The Institutes for Discovery will help provide that edge.

7. If we turn down this gift, it might be one of the last Wisconsin ever sees. As state government provides a smaller percentage of the UW budget, private dollars have helped to fill the gap. But those private dollar......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 04/18/06


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