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February 1st, 2007

In-Depth: Continuing the legacy of discovery

Abstract:
"Wisconsin has always been good with interdisciplinary research," Devitt said. "We will be working across the disciplines — it's not just the biologists, it's the nanotechnologies, statisticians, computer scientists and others."

"[The institute's] goal is to make advances in biomedical research and to promote research (for) human welfare," Seltzer said. "The strategy for reaching that goal is to use biotechnology, nanotechnology and information technology to make use for these discoveries."

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