Author: WTN News

MILWAUKEE- Technology transfer and commercialization efforts are on the rise in Wisconsin. Following last week's announcement by the Medical College of Wisconsin to intensify its efforts at technology transfer, the Madison Development Corporation (MDC) and the Center for Advanced Technology & Innovation (CATI) have announced...

MILWAUKEE - The benefits of switching to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) was the focus of Einnovate’s monthly meeting at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. Nearly 100 attendees listened to service providers and users share their experiences with VoIP....

MADISON –- Inacom Education, announced today that it is the only Wisconsin member of North America’s largest consortium of Microsoft Technology Trainers – United Training. United Training is a consortium of independently owned and operated Information Technology training centers from around the country...

CHICAGO – Though spring is in the air and we are emerging into the second week of March, it’s still difficult to look in the crystal ball and say whether this will be a good or bad year for biotechnology. In the first two months...

In professional-degree programs across campus, professors work to impart the theory and the practice of a given profession to their students. And for many professions, skill with information technology is key to successful practice. Nowhere is this truer than in the School of Library and...

MADISON – Wisconsin’s law enforcement agencies are slated to begin training tomorrow on a new technology to identify, track and identify criminals. The training, sponsored by the Oshkosh Police Department, is on the IQ Biometrix FACES system. The system allows photo-like images of suspects to...