Author: WTN News

During the holiday season (from Thanksgiving to New Year's), it's common for people to take a break from their networking activities. Understandably, people become busy with family and feel an end-of-the-year crunch with their work. Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season is a great...

Pascal Malassigné, a professor of industrial design at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, has made a shower-and-commode wheelchair that will assist people with spinal damage with their toileting activities....

If you haven’t ever read the opening passages of Alice in Wonderland, you should. Lewis Carroll managed, in 1865, to write a pretty accurate description of most modern IT projects....

• OnCourse to sell subsidiaries to Bombay firm
• Menasha to appeal sales tax ruling on software
• Sievewright to help Fiserv expand the markets
• Rockwell teams with Endress for process simplification...

Kenosha, Wis. — Gateway Technical College has almost finished teaching its first class of students in the IBM Advanced Career Education Program, and already it has gained recognition and the opportunity to lead other colleges in adopting its ideas....

Milwaukee — As the highway reconstruction efforts continue their development in downtown Milwaukee, complaints have been leveled at the amount of money, $685,000, the state Department of Transportation spent on a Web site that will update people on the road's status. Several local Web design...

Madison, Wis. — Recently UW researchers have put enough monitoring equipment on a bicycle to make your head spin, addressed shockwaves in fusion reactors with soap bubbles, and found losing sleep makes you hungry. Interested? Read on....