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A team of scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health has successfully grown multiple types of retina cells from two types of stem cells - suggesting a future in which damaged retinas could be repaired by cells grown from the...

In a tight economy, how do you make the case in your company to invest in disaster recovery? We talked with leading providers of disaster recovery services and asked how they are advising clients who need to prove the value of their DR programs. Here...

Fifty years after its invention by the British Royal Navy for use by fighter pilots, the technology of layering information on top of our naked view of the world may cross over the line between science fiction and mass consumer experience as soon as next...

We are living in an era of increased regulation and renewed enforcement efforts, especially for public companies as well as private companies in industries associated with the 2008 meltdown. Governmental regulation and enforcement is typically reactionary in nature rather than proactive. Could you imagine where...

Increasingly, indications are that the H1N1 influenza might pose a greater health threat than we saw with the recent pandemic. There are two reasons to think this. First the World Health Organization is receiving reports that Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 strains are popping up around the world. The...

Despite the recession, many Wisconsin manufacturers are benefiting from efforts to modernize and improve their operations. The Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP) projects that with state manufacturers it has generated an economic impact of $164 million – most of it from increased and retained sales. ...

Prodesse today said that the US Food and Drug Administration has cleared additional claims for the firm's ProFlu+ assay, which says that the assay can detect the 2009 H1N1 influenza virus. The Milwaukee, Wis.-based firm said in a statement that reactivity testing completed by the firm...