Author: WTN News

Two Wisconsin companies will present to a gathering of 20,000 industry representatives and investors at the forthcoming 2008 BIO International Convention in San Diego. Invivosciences of Milwaukee and Primorigen Biosciences of McFarland will make formal presentations about their companies during the four-day event, which begins...

Seven promising research projects, all of which have commercial potential, will receive a total of $500,000 in funding from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Research Foundation. The research projects, which range from nanotechnology applications for biomedicine to the development of an advanced retinal imaging system, received...

Entrepreneurial companies, not firms that operate in long-standing industries, create most new jobs in the economy. That's why it's so important for Wisconsin, which is looking to grow the high-tech jobs of future, to create a robust culture of entrepreneurialism starting in K-12, according to...

A new but relatively obscure federal law has rendered illegal many common daily transactions, according to Wisconsin attorney Christian Lavers. In this WTN Guest Column, Lavers said the International Emergency Economic Power Enhancement Act might place companies that ship software overseas in legal jeopardy, especially...

Mobile phone sales are healthy worldwide, but sales in mature markets like North America and Western Europe are feeling the effects of economic uncertainty, according to Gartner, Inc. Robust sales in emerging markets in Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa led the...