Wisconsin's reputation as an emerging biotechnology hot spot will be further enhanced next month when the state is well represented at one of the world's premier biotechnology conferences, businesses and organizations here hope.
Wisconsin attendees will make up 1.5 percent of the total participation at the Biotechnology Industry Organization's International Convention, which will be held ......Full article >>>
stem cell researcher Jamie Thomson.
Regina Reynolds, director of corporate communications for EraGen, known for its clinical molecular diagnostics and drug discovery technology, said the BIO conference has been especially important to the company in the areas of visibility, partnership development, and making contact with prospective investors. At BIO 2006, EraGen will be actively involve......Full article >>>
O of PhysioGenix, said his company's driving interest is to network and identify new customers interested in its products and services. PhysioGenix provides contract research services that focus on the safety and effectiveness of new drugs before they enter human clinical trials.
Seman realizes that the Madison biotechnology community is stronger in number than Milwaukee's, but in the in......Full article >>>
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