Author: WTN News

MADISON, WI—The Wisconsin Department of Commerce has announced that it is producing the Wisconsin Intellectual Capital in Medical Technologies and Device Symposium on Thursday, September 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at the Country Inn, 2810 Golf Road, in Pewaukee....

Good old fashioned problem-solving is alive in Wisconsin today. Five years ago Chad Sorenson was talking with his cousin in Iowa, a farmer who grows corn. The cousin complained about the tedious task of applying anhydrous ammonia, a fertilizer, and specifically how he had to...

Recently, I was at a security conference and stayed at a hotel, which promoted wireless Internet service for $9.95 per day. They claimed that they had implemented it so only those on the first floor could get wireless Internet access....

MADISON – Practical ideas for spurring capital investment are included in economic development plans released this week by Gov. Jim Doyle and state Senate Republicans, said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council....

Kanavas: Doyle’s use of Patient’s Compensation Fund could be illegal While Republican leaders in the State Assembly and Senate expressed support yesterday for Gov. Jim Doyle’s “Grow Wisconsin” program, Sen. Ted Kanavas -- a Brookfield Republican – expressed support, but takes issue with the provisions for...

Madison, WI-- Optical Mapping is a new technology that will be used to discover why patients experience toxic side effects, or fail to respond to medication and to identify the causes of antibiotic resistance and virulence in pathogenic organisms....

GE Medical Systems is launching a national tour designed to educate women about the importance of their own health and wellness. The "GE Women's Health & Wellness Tour" will kick off its cross-country journey September 17 in San Francisco....