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Stem-cell debate, wireless access and other endeavors heat up

Before we launch into our full annual review of 2005, here's a quick recap of some of the developments in the last quarter. Next week we'll expand our scope and republish some of our best and most-read news stories, commentary and analysis this year.

Stem cells

They could be called Wisconsin's signature life science. Even though very few companies or organizations here out......

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Meanwhile, those who believe that embryos are people continue to see current stem-cell research as involving killing. There's potential developments on that front, as well. This October, researchers announced it could be possible to obtain stem cells "using a method that does not interfere with the develo......

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Meanwhile, universities and colleges are doing their part to educate the public about just what nanotechnology is. The field's public image has been dealt some serious damage by science fiction more so than many fields. Among people who have heard of nanotechnology from popular media, the idea of swarms of tiny little robots seems mor......

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3. Stem-cell research gets grant from M.J. Fox Foundation
4. Stem-cell patent holders view of the California challenge
5. Stem-cell support from Schwarzenegger could shake Wisconsin leadership
6. Techware to extend broadband wireless network to Butler
7. Company still behind schedule on Milwaukee wireless project
8. More access points for Madison wireless
9. Company to operate in wireless Internet space
10. Handicapping Milwaukees wireless initiative
11. Will wireless Internet bypass the central city?
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