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UW biotech program launches graduates into evolving industry (part 1)

Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series looking at the successes of five students from a UW program in biotechnology.

Predicting the future is tricky business.

Yet it is a widely held truth that biotechnology will be an integral part of the future new economy. And UW-Madisons Master of Science in Biotechnology deg......

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Just ask some of the M.S. in Biotechnology Programs recent graduates.

Michael Bragin, Class of 2005

A California native, Michael Bragin was no stranger to biotechnology.

Michael Bragin
He had worked and attended school in what many consider to be the birthplace of biotech San Francisco. ......

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As a Laboratory Technician working at the Monsanto Co.s Agracetus Campus in Middleton, Wis., Erik Dersch had been putting his scientific background to good use. But after about two and a half years, he wanted to further his scientific career.

Erik Dersch
While I enjoyed my work on genetically modified soyb......

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