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Traveling the I-Q Corridor: Upper Midwest technology future is bright

MADISON I might just as easily have datelined this column Chicago or Minneapolis, because last week found me in both of the economic powerhouses that bookend the I-Q Corridor. It was a reminder that better days lie ahead for Upper Midwest tech companies that have ideas, intellectual property, innovative spirit and investment capital four of the Is in the I-Q.

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Tech leaders in Minnesota has decided that the next wave of tech success will be interdisciplinary with biotechnology, medical devices and IT melding into fields such as bioinformatics. Thats increasingly the approach in Wisconsin, as well, where the UW-Madison, ......

Full article >>> eals are less picked over than those they may find on the East and West coasts of the United States.

The I-Q Corridor is more than a branding slogan. Its a place where Midwest technology, values and people meet the global economy.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/15/03


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