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UW Alzheimer's researchers found company; privacy law; Science Expeditions

Jeff Johnson, a UW-Madison scientist, and his colleagues want to develop a commercial drug for Alzheimer's disease at their new company in Madison, named Mithridion. Also, Wisconsin legislators are introducing a new computer privacy law aimed at making companies notify people of database breaches, and the UW's Science Expeditions will be open to the public April 2.

Original air date: Saturday, March 26, 2005

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