Author: WTN News

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week the development of eight Regional Centers of Excellence (RCE) for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases Research....

Imagine taking the whole UW-Madison campus and transporting it to the moon. That’s just about the Herculean task faced back in 1995 when university officials began looking at replacing their IT systems with ones that were Y2K compliant....

We are all too familiar with these three words, after all that has happened this past month. If anything, it has once again shown the importance of being current with one’s network security and patch management....

Attracting a workforce for Wisconsin’s Knowledge Economy
MADISON – The bread and butter of Wisconsin’s economic growth will be getting the big things right: Finding enough investment capital to transfer our best technology to the marketplace, controlling taxes and regulation, maintaining a strong education...

MADISON - Life-saving science and cutting-edge business opportunities will be on display at the 20th Wisconsin Life Sciences and Venture Conference, to be held Nov. 3-5 at Madison's Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center....

Hartland, WI- Frost & Sullivan has announced that Camtronics Medical Systems Ltd., a subsidiary of Analogic Corporation as the recipient of both the 2003 Product Quality Leadership Award in the cardiovascular image and information management market and the 2003 Market Penetration Leadership Award for its...

WAUKESHA, WI.--GE Medical Systems has received required regulatory approvals for the $2.3 billion acquisition of Instrumentarium Corporation. The company has agreed to divest of two divisions of the company they are acquiring....

On a pleasant June day in Fitchburg, Secretary of Commerce Cory Nettles talked about a “diverse portfolio” approach to economic development. His logic? Invest in Wisconsin’s economy as you would your personal investments: some moderate but time tested winners, some intermediate growers,...