As Wisconsin celebrated a successful bid to become a designated U.S. regional technology hub, hundreds of other places across the country — including St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Raleigh, North Carolina — didn’t make the cut.

Wisconsin was among 31 places the Biden Administration recently designated as a Regional Tech Hub under the CHIPS and Science Act, which comes with the opportunity to compete for millions in federal funding.

The tech hubs program is designed to invest in regional tech hubs across the U.S., putting dollars behind geographies outside of well-established hubs like Silicon Valley and Boston.

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