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February 6th, 2007
Gov. Jim Doyle Monday proposed $2.4 million in funding over the next two years for the Wisconsin Venture Center, a public/private partnership to increase investments in startup companies.
Canter said the focus will be on emerging industries such as nanotechnology, stem-cell technology and information technology business services.
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