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January 25, 2010

Primed to Power Tech Growth

Kathleen Gallagher

When researcher Scott Bugenhagen turns on his virtual rat, he doesn’t see an animated avatar. The Medical College of Wisconsin graduate student sees a long string of mathematical equations on his computer screen that capture some of the workings of the genetic sequence of a real-life rodent. Bugenhagen is among a growing number of scientists, engineers and inventors in southeastern Wisconsin using these powerful computers to find cures, refine manufacturing and create new products.

Full story at Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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