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Wisconsins untapped defense might: why saving military bases is just a start

MADISON Gov. Jim Doyles effort to keep Wisconsins five military installations off the Pentagons closure list deserves a crisp salute and not just because those bases bring nearly $850 million per year to the Wisconsin economy. Wisconsin is a hidden fortress of ideas and materials to be used in the ongoing war against terrorism; those assets should come to the atten......

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Congress now finds itself in an evolving next stage of homeland security, and the 50 states, research institutions and technology-based private industry all have significant roles to play. The federal shopping list is focused in four areas:

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    Full article >>> schools are leaders in composite research. Nanotechnology research is also growing in importance, with the UW-Madison recently adding four nationally renowned professors and hosting regional conferences. Through the UW-Madison e-Business Consortium, Wisconsin also has a prominent industry research collaborative in Radio Frequency Identification technologies.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/24/04


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