Author: WTN News

One of the great promises of embryonic stem cell research is being able to use human cloning to derive stem cells that carry genetic defects associated with myriad maladies, writes columnist Steve Clark, who explains recent scientific developments and raises some ethical questions....

The Wisconsin Wireless Association, formed earlier this year to represent wireless carriers, tower companies, network developers, and vendors, is holding its first meeting on July 9 at the Delafield Brewhaus in Delafield. Goals of the organization include positive awareness for the wireless industry, communication between...

Cancer therapies once again have become the driving force behind biotech industry growth, just as infectious diseases were a driving force for growth in the 1940s and 1950s, says columnist Michael Rosen. In this edition of Yer Biotech Blues, Rosen noted one similarity in the...

A new service that blends television and high-speed Internet continues to cover more areas of Wisconsin as AT&T launches its U-Verse service in several northeastern Wisconsin communities. The IPTV-based service, which is made possible in part by a new state video competition law, already has...

GWC Technologies and the Wisconsin Alumni Research foundation have reached an agreement to license a new technology that promises more robust data generation in an area that some believe is most likely to produce the next generation of disease-fighting therapies - protein analysis. The company...

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued re-examination certificates for two stem cell patents held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. The action concludes the re-exam for University of Wisconsin Madison's most important embryonic stem cell discoveries. The ruling on these patents cannot...