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UW biotech program launches graduates into evolving industry (part 2)

This is the final part of a series on the Master of Science in Biotechnology program at UW-Madison. Read the first part here. We pick up with three more of the program's students:

Lynda Bader, Class of 2004

Lynda Bader was ready for a change.

She had achieved success as a strategic consultant to......

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I needed to reinvent myself, says Schneider, who now serves as chief operating officer of aOva Technologies, Inc., a Madison-based biotechnology startup that commercializes a patented egg-based animal feed technology discovered at UW-Madison.

The year was 2002. The unpredictable egg commodity market, with its dramatically fluctuating prices, led Schneider to a majo......

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And her employer knew this, too.

Of the growing number of graduate-level programs in biotechnology, UW-Madisons was the only one offering a cross-disciplinary approach to science, business and law, says Fronczak. Comparable programs at other universities tend to focus on just one of those disciplines.

Not only ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Bill Shepard 12/19/05


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