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Boosting Small Company Presence at 2010 BIO International Convention, Wisconsin Madison Region Shows Off Talent

In 2010, 10 Wisconsin biotech companies were awarded scholarships of $1,100 each out of the grant partnership to help small Wisconsin biotech companies in medical, agriculture, energy, or other sectors, including medical devices, to participate in the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s International Convention One-on-One Partnering or company presentation forums. Nine of those 10 companies are located in the eight-county Madison Region.

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From Lab to Commercialization: NIH Licenses Offer Another Path

If a biomedical breakthrough occurs within a federal lab, chances are your company can license use of the technology from the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Technology Transfer (OTT).

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FluGen: Tech Transfer in the Madison, Wisconsin Region

FluGen is a strong case study in not only top leading research happening at the UW Madison, but also of how the infrastructure of the region helps this R&D spinout into productive, leading global businesses that help heal, feed and fuel the world.

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PatentlyBIOtech Series: Wisconsin Thrives

Thrive, the economic development enterprise for the eight-county Madison Region in Wisconsin, is guest blogging for PatentlyBIOtech up until the 2010 BIO International Convention, where the Wisconsin Technology Counsel, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Wisconsin Bioenergy Initiative, and the Wisconsin Department of Commerce will showcase their work on the Exhibition Floor (link to floor plan search).

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