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Stratatech and Virent Win $4M in U.S. Grants

...ct development efforts. Both based in Madison, stratatech Corporation is developing "StrataGraft" skin tiss... compete for and win federal grants, as Virent and stratatech have shown, " said Tom Still, president of the Wi...fields of science and technology are eligible. The stratatech and Virent awards were two of only 16 ATP grants a...

Madison Magazine Editor Dies of Lung Cancer

...as, goods and services help people. Howell also created the Best of Madison Business awards, which this year featured Berbee Information Networks, stratatech and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. In his final Editors Corner column, Howell wrote about his fight with lung cancer and the percepti...

Heres one federal program where Wisconsin has gained some hard-earned ground

.... That compares to six in the previous 15 months. The top 10 companies secured more than $840,000 in federal R&D awards. The largest award winner, stratatech Corp. of Madison, won four awards totaling nearly $4.9 million. The size of the average federal R&D award increased from $284,000 to $333,000. ...

Life Sciences: Wisconsin - The Smart Choice Part Two

...the rest of the 255 acres set aside for the park, including 33 other buildings with owners or tenants that include Third Wave Technologies, NimbleGen, stratatech and Deltanoid Pharmaceuticals. Unlike most research parks, University Research Park receives no city or state funds to support its infrastructure. In ...

Stratatech receives nearly $1 million

... Madison, Wis. - stratatech Corp. was awarded a federal Phase II SBIR grant of $922,000 from the Natio...further develop its engineered human skin products. Established in 2000, stratatech is based in Madison and employs 18 people, according to the 2005 edition of...

Stratatech Receives $4 Million Federal Grant

...al Institutes of Health has awarded Madison-based stratatech Corporation a $4 million Fast-Track SBIR grant fr...igestive and Kidney Diseases. Under this grant, stratatech will work to develop a genetically engineered ther...sulting in impaired wound healing and amputations. stratatech is developing human skin substitutes that secrete ...

Stratatech Receives another NIH Grant

... Madison, Wis. - stratatech Corporation , a UW spin-off company, has received a $168,000 Phase I SBIR G...mplicated by poor vascularization, which contributes to poor wound healing. stratatech is working to develop human skin substitutes that will stimulate the in-gro...
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