Carl Gulbrandsen is the managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, the University of Wisconsin-Madisons technology-transfer center.
Will all human embryonic stem (hES) cell research move to California in light of the recent passage of a $3 billion bond initiative that is intended to......Full article >>>
research has the potential to revolutionize the practice of medicine and improve the quality and length of life. So how can Wisconsin even hope to compete?
First, and most importantly, Dr. James Thomson, the first person to isolate and culture hES cells, is a University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher and WiCell Research Institute
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ge of the funds available from the bonds will need a license from WARF. We expect our licensing efforts to be accelerated by this huge infusion of funds, and we expect both short- and long-term benefits. The short-term benefits will be from up-front fees and milestone payments, while long term-royalty payments could be significant of benefit to WARF and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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scientists, recruit top new faculty, and provide-state-of-the-art facilities as an important step in securing economic development for our state.
The private sector and Wisconsin citizens also must make significant efforts to promote and develop an atmosphere of support and pride, not only for hES cell research, but the incredible economic engine that is the University of Wisconsin-Madiso......Full article >>>
Source:wistechnology.com By Carl Gulbrandsen 11/16/04Related biology technology :1
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