David Kettner, Robert Zaugg, Nathan Tinker, Greg Simon, Lee Goldman, Jim Greaves, Chris McCleary, Vin Miles | GenomeWeb
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation last week said that David Kettner, in-house counsel for WARF, will leave after March 30 to become chief intellectual property counsel for Virent Energy Systems, a Madison-based company developing carbon-neutral renewable energy products.
 
WARF said that Kettner will continue to work at WARF one or two days per week for a period of time after March 30. Kettner holds a law degree and BS in genetic and cellular biology from the University of Minnesota.
 

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