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Contrary to popular belief, the University of Wisconsin's flagship campus isn't just for Madison, and a new entrepreneurship program made possible by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation promises to spread the wealth around the entire state - literally. Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still believes this...

“Wake up and smell the fiber” is the continuing battle cry of columnist James Carlini, and he's at it again. In this rather combative edition of Carlini's Comments, he points out that the need for speed is a very patriotic concept, and the lack thereof...

CellCura, a Norwegian biotechnology company, has opened an office in Madison to facilitate collaboration with scientists at the WiCell Research Institute, and that has visions of a stem cell invasion dancing in the heads of Wisconisn biotechnology officials. CellCura will open in Madison's University Research...

Madison, Wis. - Sonic Foundry, Inc., has announced it will price a forthcoming public offering of three million shares of common stock at $3.75 per share. Proceeds from the offering, which is expected to close on Dec. 27, 2006, will be used to support research and...

Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still recommends a little “back to the future” as he explains the many ways Wisconsin can use its technological expertise to launch a proposed space camp on the moon. Whether America will book a return trip to its only satellite remains...

A Wisconsin information assurance company has accepted a mission to dramatically cut the quantifiable risk and damages from cyber attacks to critical information infrastructure. In his zeal to build the world's leading provider of information assurance research, technology, and engineering services, Cyber Defense Agency chief...

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have demonstrated in mice that neural stem cells have the ability to mimic the blood-brain barrier, which acts as a gatekeeper for the brain. The next step will be to produce similar results using human cells, which could lead...

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...