BTA Collaborative Grant Program provides
$1 million to fund innovative research with commercial potential.
Senator Ted Kanavas and DOA Secretary Stephen Bablitch announced the Collaborative Grant Program recipients (shown below) at the BTA's May 11, 2006 conference. Eleven collaborative teams were selected to receive nearly $1 million in funding. These teams included researchers from Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee School of Engineering and UW-Milwaukee. Details of funded projects...
Researchers study mapping the mouth
The Business Journal of Milwaukee article review. August 10, 2008.
Doyle seeks $2.5M for biomedical alliance
Wisconsin Technology Network article. September 20, 2006.
Doyle warns GOP on stem cells-Announcing funding, he says Legislature shouldn't limit research
Journal Sentinel article September 21, 2006.
It's an economic fact: As Milwaukee goes, so goes Wisconsin
Wisconsin Technology Network article June 12, 2006.
Milwaukee 7 should push area as research hub
Journal Sentinel article June 11, 2006.
Innovation expert says Milwaukee has all the tools
Wisconsin Technology Network article June 5, 2006.
Moving more research to market from metro area
The Business Journal of Milwaukee article June 2, 2006.
Alliance awards 1st round of grants
Research team receives funding for work on schizophrenia
Journal Sentinel article May 14, 2006.
BTA kicks off the Collaborative Grant Program in stride
Journal Sentinel article March 27, 2006.
Doyle presents BTA with $500,000 check
Badger Herald article March 30, 2006.
Alliance looks to create the right chemistry in SE Wisconsin
Wisconsin Technology Network article March 29, 2006.