SAN FRANCISCO Following on the heals of national press exposure in Forbes magazine and other industry publications that rave about Wisconsins growing biotech industry, one would expect the local industry and state would package all these strong indicators of a booming industry, rally the troops in full regalia and have a major presence at the biotech industrys leading conference being held this w......Full article >>>
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A core group of small companies assisted by the University of Wisconsins Office of Corporate Relations
, working in tandem with increased funding form Wisconsins Department of Commerce, pulled together to marshal the resources needed to have a respectable presence of the conference.
Departing from previous ......Full article >>>
ch as Eragen Bioscience
. Representatives of several other Wisconsin biotechnology companies including ConjuGon
and Mirus Bio
attended the conference and delivered presentations, but did not exhibit in the Wisconsin Pavilion.
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n entire year on its major tech development arms. Thats because Wisconsin, for all of its life science attributes, still has a way to go before it catches the big boys.
While thats no reason for despair, its a reminder that Wisconsins recent bragging rights must be placed in perspective. The competition in life sciences is intense, and it is global as well as nationwide. Those states, reg......Full article >>>
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