Author: WTN News

Ontario is considered to have the third-largest cluster of biotech companies in North America trailing only California and Massachusetts. Toronto has created a “discovery district," which is the most concentrated mix of research, medical applications and business support services in a two-square kilometer area....

Paragon Development Systems (PDS) has developed the PDS MidMarkIT Suite, an integrated solution for medium-sized organizations seeking information technology management services....

It’s becoming clear that we’re about to encounter a major inflection point in information technology, says Columnist Chris Shipley. With less than three months to go, DEMO 2006 promises to provide a revealing glimpse into the not-so-distant future....

Stem cell research, which is being pioneered in Wisconsin, may one day offer a cure for diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and juvenile diabetes. But these cures will continue to elude us if partisan political ideology is allowed to get in the way of the...

CIOs with hybrid titles have been able to distinguish between utility IT and strategic IT and sell the difference in their organizations. The evidence suggests that managing complex technology systems can be good preparation for managing complex lines of business operations....

Milwaukee-based Rockwell Automation, Inc., has reached an agreement to buy Datasweep, Inc., a provider of manufacturing production management software solutions. The acquisition is designed to bring about a consolidated manufacturing management platform for Rockwell....

The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation has awarded the Biomedical Engineering department at UW-Madison a five-year, $580,000 annual grant for pursuing translational research. The grant will assist with transfer of early-stage technology for commercial applications in the private sector. ...