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UW Biomedical Engineering awarded $2.9 million research grant

Madison, Wis. - The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, named for the late biomedical device inventor, has awarded the Biomedical Engineering department at UW-Madison a five-year, $580,000 annual grant for pursuing translational research, the repackaging and rethinking of existing pure research to get it ready for applications in the private sector. At the end ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 11/16/05


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