Author: WTN News

With the changing rules of search, the highest bidder may get into the game, but there is no guarantee of a winning hand, according to Tech/Know columnist Troy Janisch. To make sure your ads reach the top, he recommends that you pay close attention to...

In her most recent column, DEMO Letter author Chris Shipley asked her readers for their 2007 predictions, and they really delivered. From forecasts of an electronic privacy meltdown to a louder wake-up call for Web 2.0, their unpredictable predictions make for required - and entertaining...

The University of Wisconsin-Madison laboratory that was formed to provide an “experimentation sandbox” for radio frequency identification technologies is doing just that as part of a project with local and out-of-state blood banks. UW-Madison's RFID Lab is focusing part of its applied research mission on...

During the past 20 years, patients have been called upon to play an increasingly active role in acquiring, coordinating, and managing their own health care - and now a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor has been enlisted in the effort. Patricia Flatley Brennan will direct a...

Stevens Point-based Sentry Insurance plans to expand its information technology operations by opening an office in the Fox River Valley. The office, which will employ at least 30 information technology professionals, is expected to open early in 2007....

The link between education and earnings has been acknowledged for some time, but the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance has given it a local emphasis, writes Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still. The disparity in educational attainment between residents of Madison and Milwaukee, and the resulting wage gap...

Bringing entrepreneurship to economically disadvantaged areas is one of the goals of an entrepreneurship initiative established by the Kauffman Foundation, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of eight campuses selected to participate in the program. To help make it happen, the university has received...

Madison's Mirus Bio Corp. has been granted a patent on a new and more rapid method of delivering nucleic acids for the study of gene function. The company, which is pursuing strategic alliances to apply the technology, said it allows researchers to regulate gene expression...