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CHICAGO – How do we measure the improvement and success of biotechnology in Illinois and the Midwest? Though a sound scorecard doesn't yet exist to answer these very good questions, biotech expert Michael Rosen proposes a list of tangibles and intangibles in this edition of...

MADISON, WI - James Thomson, the Wisconsin scientist who was the first to isolate and culture human embryonic stem cells five years ago, has been named the recipient of the 2003 Frank Annunzio Award from the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation, an independent federal government agency....

The Internet has changed the ways companies do business. MADISON, WI- From online customer service to remote diagnostics, the World Wide Web and all it offers can equip businesses with tools that enhance production, sales, customer satisfaction and, as a result, profits. It has created the...

Helping Protect Against Wireless Hacking and Rogue Access Point Exposures October 2003 (Newstream) -- IBM today announced one of the information technology industry's first comprehensive intrusion detection services designed to help customers protect against security breaches on wireless local area networks....

CHICAGO – Like so many industries tied to the tech sector, the trade show producers took quite a beating over the last couple years. Things seem to be bouncing back, though, and more and more companies are returning to exhibit at one of the big...

MADISON – Has the Wisconsin Economic Summit run its course? With Summit IV just a few weeks away, that’s a question that skeptics and supporters alike will ask about the University of Wisconsin System’s two-day short course on the state’s economy....