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Milwaukee, Wis. - Abbas Ourmazd could look 80 miles to the west and be extremely jealous of the pace of building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He's not.

UW-Madison is an institution he deeply admires, but he also believes his own institution, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has untapped potential as a vehicle for technology transfer that can spark an economic trans......

Full article >>> ewers to determine whether a given proposal was, in their view, in the top 10 percent nationally in its field. One quarter of the 285 proposals ranked in the top 10 percent, an independent validation that Ourmazd views as a good measure of UWM professors. "This is absolutely remarkable," he said. "If you went to any world-class institution in the United States, they probably wouldn't fare much bet......

Full article >>> ing or want to conduct, and the facilities in which these activities are conducted," Ourmazd said. "This is really an enormous waste of the tremendous potential and the investment that is being made in people on this campus."

The most urgent facility need is engineering, followed by the natural and life sciences and water management, including a possible upgrade to the Great Lakes Water I......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/02/06


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