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WARF Collaboration a Win-Win for Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a world class university, an emerging biotech industry, a well educated work force and citizens who are proud of their state. Wisconsin also has a $3.2 billion budget deficit and a per capita income almost $1000 under the national average. We also rank below the national average in citizens with a 4-year degree, which means we are losing our college graduates to other states. The cur......

Full article >>> r the years. This partnership between university and industry resulted in an extremely successful product for the company and yielded over $10 million in royalties for the UW-Madison and WARF from 1981 to 1996.

To foster additional successes in the future, GE Medical Systems, the UW-Madison and WARF entered into a Master Collaboration Agreement in 2001. This agreement provides research s......

Full article >>> t the 26 campuses of the UW System. Indeed, if Wisconsin is to raise its per capita income above the national average, reduce its budget deficit, keep its best and brightest graduates, and continue to compete in the world marketplace, we believe these types of collaborations are a necessity.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Carl Gulbrandsen 11/04/03


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