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The Scientist magazine names Madison "hotspot" for biotechnology

Madison, Wis. - The June 20 issue of The Scientist, named Madison, "the Midwest's low-key hotspot" for biotechnology. The publication reported that the city's research facilities and open community make it one of the best climates for starting or continuing a biotech and life sciences company.

Jim Leonhart, executive vice p......

Full article >>> lopment, a producer of therapeutic proteins which moved its operations into the T.E.C. Center at Madison Area Technical College last month from Chicago. "Illinois was behind in helping small communities get what we need."

The article said companies such as Third Wave Technologies, NeoClone Biotechnology Internationa......

Full article >>> ed population, Madison's experts hope to push their city into the national spotlight.

"We have technology, an abundance of talent and diversity reflecting the world," Leonhart said in the article. "We only lack attention from the moneyed people, and we are working hard to attract them now."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 06/27/05


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