Governor Jim Doyle announces a planned interdisciplinary research center.
The facility would be built between University Avenue and Johnson Street on the UW-Madison campus.
Wisconsin should hold on to its advantage in health and life-science research by drawing together $375 million in public and pr......Full article >>>
ready making in Wisconsin, said Dan Broderick, managing director of Mason Wells, a private equity firm.
This new institute would replace an entire block along University Avenue and Johnson Street, located at a point of convergence between the biotechnology, chemistry, engineering and computer science buildings.
Construction is planned to start in 2005 and finish around 2011, taki......Full article >>>
this state already has important researchers in the field, such as James Thomson.
Doyle said Wisconsin should put $105 million over the next five years into the University of Wisconsin Medical School
and the Medical College of Wisconsin
, earmarked for medical and bioscience research.
He said discoveries in ......Full article >>>
="http://www.qrgbioscience.com">QRG Bioscience, is taking a different approach to examining neurological diseases such as Alzheimers. It, too, could stand to benefit from state investment in the field.
I think that helps us get to the market quicker and get us through the FDA approval process, said Mark Underwood, a vice president of QRG. Being able to take some of the state resources......Full article >>>
ely, as any federal funding is prohibited to groups that make new cultures of the cells.
The fourth BioStar
The site where the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery will be built was originally intended for the fourth building of the states BioStar Initiative, which funds the development of research institutions. The project grew beyond that, Wiley said.
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