23 Feb 12 finalists named for five spots in Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Twelve UW-Madison faculty members have been named finalists to compete for five spots in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, the public part of a $150 million public-private research building going up on the 1300 block of University Avenue.
The institute, to focus on biotechnology, nanotechnology and information technology, is expected to open next year.
Twenty-six faculty members submitted proposals last fall. The 12 finalists have been asked to turn in detailed proposals by April 1. The five winners are expected to be named in September, a year before they will begin to move into the building.
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