Author: WTN News

MADISON, WI- We spend a fair amount of time in Wisconsin celebrating the quality of our scientific research--and with good reason. Institutions such as the UW-Madison, the Marshfield Clinic and Milwaukee's medical and engineering centers churn out world-class ideas....

WAUKESHA,WI. -Early detection is the key to fighting breast cancer, and GE Medical Systems, headquartered in Waukesha, is distributing two new weapons. Second Look® AD and Second Look® Digital are computer-aided detection (CAD) technologies designed to work with Senographe 2000D, a full-field digital mammography system....

WASHINGTON – Welcome to the global village called BIO ’03. Let’s take a walking tour through the future of biotechnology. ...

"This isn’t a marathon at all. It’s a triathlon. The Iron Man of economic downturn and recovery. What looks like a finish line, it turns out, is in reality a transition area for the next leg of the event."...

Governor Doyle will lead a group of over 70 Wisconsin business executives, economic development officials, and venture capitalists to Washington in an effort to recruit and attract the biotech industry and more investment to the state. The delegation will be attending BIO 2003, the annual...

MADISON, WI– A coalition of Wisconsin’s economic development leaders met last week to reassess the state’s efforts to attract businesses and discuss strategies and tactics to fuel economic growth from within....

MADISON, WI – In the middle of a recession and high unemployment it seems ironic to speak about a pending labor shortage in Wisconsin, but that was the message to state economic development and political leaders last week in Madison at an event organized by...