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Wisconsins governor unveils $750 million investment for stem cell and health research

Madison, Wis. Governor Jim Doyle announced today on the University of Wisconsin campus a strategy for the state to maintain its leadership in the fields of biotechnology, health sciences, and stem cell research. The governor said that almost $750 million would be spent in the state over the next several years, and he outlined a series of investments, including a new Wisconsin Institute for......

Full article >>> br> "This investment will give the university the resources it needs to make new discoveries, ones that treat disease, save lives, and establish Wisconsin as the leader in innovation," said Thomson, who became the first person to isolate and culture human stem cells six years ago.

Doyles strategy includes the following:
  • A new $375 million research institute - called the Wiscon......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 11/17/04


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