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So who is the real savior of the Internet - those who want no federal regulation, or those who say net neutrality is essential to preserving the Internet as we know it? Thus far, the net neutrals are losing the legislative battle....

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation would like to promote entrepreneurialism in a variety of disciplines outside the Business School. Toward that end, the Kansas City-based organization is putting up $35 million to reward schools that come up with the most innovative propoposals, and UW-Madison is...

The state of Wisconsin, which would like to establish Regional Health Information Organizations to accommodate the eventual sharing of medical information in electronic formats, has awarded a $110,000 contract to one such entity, the Wisconsin Health Information Exchange....

Three Wisconsin companies were ranked in the top 75 of Computer World's 100 Best places to work in the information technology field, and each "Best Workplace" offers something for state businesses that want to do a better job attracting IT workers. ...

The scientific community is taking the first tentative steps to address America's quiet crisis, the lack of young people entering the STEM disciplines. Organizers of a Discovery World exhibit set to open in Miwaukee this fall hope a little "wow" factor will turn kids on...

A paper we recently reviewed published on the MIT Workplace Center website titled suggests that personal lives continue to take a pounding at the hands of ever more demanding careers and jobs. The problem is global and getting worse....

Bill Hendee, dean of the Medical College of Wisconsin graduate school since 1995, will retire at the end of this month to devote more time to a scientific journal he edits, and to a national initiative to teach doctors more about the underlying science of...