Author: WTN News

Plymouth, Wis. - Now that the promise of Silicon Valley has joined the doom of Y2K in the ash heap of history, it is an appropriate time to revisit the importance of technology to Northeast Wisconsin. After billions and billions of dollars have been spent...

Let’s start with the good in Midwest biotech in 2003. What’s clearly striking is the outstanding performance of the publicly traded Midwest biotech companies as measured by the ePrairie Midwest Biotech Index, which evaluates the top 20 biotech stocks of the region. Last week, I commented...

Technology companies require a very special breed of person to staff customer support centers. These specialists must be able to diffuse caller's frustrations caused by a breakdown of a complicated computer system, and then be able to sort through all the complex issues to fix...

The Wisconsin Technology Network (WTN) just turned one! It is both rewarding and inspirational to look back and see what we have accomplished in just 12 months of online publishing....

The robotic rover Spirit, which bounced to a near pinpoint landing inside a 4-billion-year-old Martian crater on Saturday (Jan. 3) after a seven-month flight, promises a trove of new data about the Red Planet, UW-Madison scientists say....

MADISON -- A source close to the toy industry has once again leaked an advance copy of Santa’s perks list for Wisconsin politicians. Here’s what the good (and not-so-good) boys and girls in Madison and Washington may find in their stockings this Christmas morning. But...

MADISON - When introduced to the world in 1998, human embryonic stem cells were considered heralds of a new age of transplant medicine. The prospect of an unlimited supply of cells and tissue of all kinds to treat disease captured public imagination and enthusiasm....