Author: WTN News

Madison, Wis. — After two days of demostrating Wisconsin's breakthroughs in biotechnology, the Wisconsin Life Sciences and Venture Conference closed last Wednesday with a discussion of what the state must do to attract business. Without capital, they said, the state will not be able to...

A couple months ago, we made suggestions on a few ways to make sure your prospective employer is someone who's worth your time. Here’s an interview with someone who took that advice....

For years, our firm has been touting the Bureau of Labor and Statistics projections: by 2006 two employees will leave the workforce for every new one entering; by 2008, there will be a national shortage of ten million employees....

Wisconsin should hold on to its advantage in health and life-science research with $375 million for a UW-Madison research center and another $276 million spread between UW-Madison and Milwaukee, Governor Jim Doyle says. He also wants the Legislature to repeal regulatory hurdles that can get...

The answer to reversing the deterioration caused by acute diseases of the brain and heart may lie in stem-cell treatment, according to the ongoing research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Two experts spoke on Wednesday on their potential....