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Where will you be at BIO?

BIO 2006 is going to be big enough that no one is likely to see everything it has to offer. So WTN asked Wisconsin attendees where they'll be during the marathon event that promises to draw around 20,000 people in Chicago this April 9 through 12. Here's a sampling of their responses:

Sal Braico, COO of ConjuGon: We applied to present as part of......

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Brian Thompson, managing director of TechStar: I'm going to spend a little time at the Wisconsin pavilion. ... I'm actually kind of interested to see what those companies ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 03/20/06


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