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Students compete for $22,000 in Tech Business Plan Competition

MADISON University of Wisconsin-Madison students will compete for $22,000 in awards this Friday as part of the seventh-annual G. Steve Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition. Fourteen teams of aspiring student entrepreneurs, representing business, engineering and various other disciplines, will pitch their plans for technology-ba......

Full article >>> al diagnosis device and lighted ice in hockey rinks to hearing diagnosis software and a process to develop hydrogen fuels for cars. However, Burrill competition planners have noticed a trend among participating students to gravitate toward socially aware technologies and services, Miner said.

We didnt plan the competition this way, but students are drawn to socially valuable projects like......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/19/04


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