Author: WTN News

As part of a new National Science Foundation-funded network, University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering faculty, staff and students will work with some of the nation's top science museums to create hands-on exhibits about technology so small that even the tiniest human fingers can't touch it. ...

Have you noticed recently the earnest discussions about a seemingly inalienable right to blog on company time and company topics? OK, maybe that overstates the argument a little bit, but the case in which Apple fired a couple of employees for their blogging activities on...

The FDA sees radio frequency identification (RFID) technology as critical for the long-term safety and integrity of the U.S. drug supply. RFID allows pharmaceutical packages to be tracked, traced and authenticated throughout the chain of distribution from manufacturer to pharmacy. ...

Radical changes are ahead for IT businesses, according to market research firm Gartner, Inc. By 2011, three-quarters of IT businesses will have found their key roles transformed. Ten percent will have closed their doors, and another ten percent will find themselves relegated to commodity status....

TEKLYNX International a developer of software products for the automatic identification & data collection (AIDC) marketplace, has announced LABELVIEW 8 label design and printing software along with Pocket LABELVIEW for wireless bar code label printing. ...

Nanoscience Technology students at Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire are offering up to eight hours of nano- and micro-level surface analysis to firms or organizations with an economic interest in nanotechnology projects....