Author: WTN News

Whether your new business venture is technology oriented or not, there are lots of options available to an early stage company looking for money to fund its operations. This article is a summary of the basics of each type of financing, including some specifically geared...

Madison, Wis. — Using a $1.6 million federal grant, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is adding to its collection of large scientific instruments a device that will help it search for new antibiotics and drugs and perform other research....

James Dahlberg, a professor of biomolecular chemistry in the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, has been appointed as the first scientific advisor to Governor Jim Doyle. ...

For Oskar Anderson, it's remixing and virtualizing State of Wisconsin applications to increase flexibility and squeeze out more useful life. For Brian Tennant, it's gathering data on the applications that Bethesda Lutheran uses in order to preserve institutional knowledge and add value. Legacy modernization is...

In 2004, the nation took notice as California and Wisconsin independently announced major investments in stem cell and biotechnology research. Four years later—as a comparison to California, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Jersey shows—Wisconsin clearly has room to realize a better return on its investment....