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Wisconsin biosciences rise to the challenge

The bioscience industry has become an important force in Wisconsin's economy because of the value of the intellectual capital it generates through discovery and research, the 30,000 skilled people it employs to further develop and commercialize those discoveries, and the nearly $8 billion in revenue generated by bioscience companies each year.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Leonhart 05/03/07


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