Author: WTN News

Diversified business and geographic locations helped Johnson Controls earn record sales during the third quarter of Fiscal Year 2006. The Milwaukee company, which is developing next-generation hybrid car batteries, reported $280 million in income and $8.4 billion in sales during the quarter. On the horizon,...

The federal government will continue to draw lines around human embryonic stem cell research following President Bush's veto of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act. The House of Representatives fell well short of the two-thirds required to override....

Removing roadblocks to better autism treatment is the focus of a new online business, RelateNow, that recently went live and was unveiled at the Autism Society of America's annual conference. The web site is managed by Bret Shaw and Kelly Gatzke, who work on the...

Centricity, the brand name for GE Healthcare's Electronic Health Record, has won the seal of approval from a federal commission that was established to reduce the risk for hospitals and physicians that implement Electronic Health Records....

Are you confused about the available choices for educational software? To help parents cut through the online clutter, NeruonFarm President Mina C. Johnson-Glenberg offers two words - pedagody and generativity - and reminds us of where learning and computers intersect. ...

The United States Senate, defying the threat of a presidential veto, voted overwhelmingly to modify President Bush's ban on new federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. However, the 63 votes in favor of a less restrictive policy is not enough to override a promised...

These are heady days for TomoTherapy, the Madison-based medical device manufacturer that recently opened a new production facility. But the company's top executives say they don't need to come calling on Wall Street, at least not yet....