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The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, the licensing arm of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has announced a licensing agreement with the California firm BioTime. The agreement involves patents and patent applications related to human embryonic stem cell technology created by professor James Thomson. ...

Madison, Wis. — Third Wave Technologies has announced that distributors in Spain, Portugal, and Italy have agreed to distribute the firm's human papillomavirus screening product. The product, which is used for routine screening for cervical cancer, detects 14 types of HPV....

Business plans are a critical tool in the proper planning and launch of new ventures, and they will be the focal point of the Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Competition. However, time is running out as entries for the contest are due by 5 p.m. on...

Like many other aspects of personal finance, the decision to sell your business will depend largely on tax implications. As columnist and attorney Joe Boucher explains in this edition of Early Stage, business owners face a choice between selling their ownership interests or selling their...

Technically skilled people can be lone wolves and tend to have no appetite for managing people, let alone setting business strategy as part of upper management. How, then, do the chief information officers that manage them keep them motivated when they advance to that point...

Following the news that scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and in Japan can turn human skin cells into stem cells, the WiCell Research Institute has indicated to the National Institutes of Health that it would like to house and distribute lines created with the...