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Three Wisconsin approaches to technology transfer and commercialization

MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin needs to not only increase its number of new technology-based companies, but help existing businesses leverage technologies as an integral part of their growth strategies, according to a group of representatives from three of Wisconsins leading technology transfer and commercialization organizations.

Representatives from the Medical College of Wisconsin Research Foun......

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Medical College of Wisconsin

Joe Hill, director of the MCWRF discussed the Medical Colleges newly energized technology transfer initiative that is backed with $2.5 million in private sector financin......

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Center for Advanced Technology & Innovation

In Racine an area hit hard by the downturn in its manufacturing- based economy, an economic development initiative was launched in 2001 by a combination of private industry and academic institutions to spur entrep......

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One of their first commercial successes is expected to be from a newly formed company called Yokit. CATI acquired the food technology from S.C. Johnson in January 2003, recruited an experienced CEO, developed a business plan and recruited strategic employees. In September 2003, C......

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WARF currently has 1,500 patents available for licenses and has recently begun an initiative to license technologies to Wisconsin businesses. WARFs Whats IN It For Wisconsin Business campaign is designed to make the Madison-based foundation more accessible to companies throughout the state, as well as to educate them about the wealth of home-grown product potential -- in the form of pate......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 03/17/04


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