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Stratatech and Virent Win $4M in U.S. Grants

MADISON, WI - U.S. Representative Tammy Baldwin and Wisconsin Governor James Doyle have announced that two Wisconsin companies will each receive federal grants of $2 million to further their cutting-edge research and product development efforts.

Both based in Madison, Stratatech Corporation is developing "StrataGraft" skin tissu......

Full article >>> companies have what it takes to compete for and win federal grants, as Virent and Stratatech have shown,
" said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. "The technologies being developed in Wisconsin can match or excel those being transferred to the market in other states -- but our companies are only now learning to take advantage of merit-based federal grant programs. Wiscon......

Full article >>> smaller applications that we develop and show how our technology is scalable for uses such as in automobiles."

Stratatech: Artificial Skin
Dr. Lynn Allen-Hoffmann, who discovered and developed the NIKS technology (Normal Immortalized Keratinocyte that produce skin), founded the company in 1......

Full article >>> ne that is ideal for various testing procedures on chemicals and compounds to be used in health science applications. The cells can be produced on demand and can generate an intact epidermis, representing a consistent, pathogen-free source of human cells. They are an ideal screening platform for irritancy, toxicology, and other health products tests that would normally utilize live animals or skin......

Full article >>> rator can be coupled with an internal combustion genset to generate renewable electricity. The hydrogen generator enables the safe and compact storage of hydrogen for fuel cell applications.

Virent Energy Systems, LLC plans to use its grants to develop and demonstrate catalyst and reactor technologies that use non-flammable feedstock to produce hydrogen for fuel cells. Fuel cells convert......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 08/04/03


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