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WiSys to patent Marshfield Clinic discoveries

Marshfield, Wis. - An agreement struck to accelerate the transformation of healthcare research into commercial products and services has created visions of a medical discovery triangle connecting Milwaukee, Madison, and the Marshfield Clinic.

Marking a milestone in the drive to facilitate scientific collaboration and technology transfer......

Full article >>> a first step in forming a `Wisconsin medical discovery triangle,' said Kevin Reilly, UW System president.

Wisconsin is well positioned to become the national leader in medical and biomedical research and development, and today we take one large step closer to that vision, Reilly said.

Economic development

Jim Leonhart, executive vice president of the

Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 11/20/06


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