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November 17th, 2004
Doyle calls for $375M research institute
Gov. Jim Doyle today announced a $375 million research institute for the UW-Madison campus to help the state compete in the field of stem cell research.
The new institute will include specialists in biochemistry, nanotechnology and computer engineering.
The Capital Times
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