Entrepreneurs

Companies that don't act to protect their trademarks, even when they are unknowingly used by entities in other regions of the country, run the risk of losing their legal rights to them, according to Madison attorney Joe Boucher. In this latest version of Early Stage,...

Making municipal wireless systems work might take more than good intentions and equipment provided and installed at no cost to taxpayers. It also might spawn a whole new service industry represented by new businesses like Broadband Infrastructures....

For the second time in three years, a federal judge has dismissed a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Madison-based HyperPhrase Technologies, LLC. The first suit was filed against the Microsoft XP Office suite; this time, Google's AdSense and AutoLink products emerged victorious in what...

University of Wisconsin-Madison professor David Beebe is the recipient of the first ever Pioneer of Miniaturization Prize. The award will be presented by the Lab on a Chip Journal and by Corning, Inc. during the 10th annual International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and...

Tata Memorial Centre, and advanced center for cancer treatment and research, will be the first hospital in India to install TomoTherapy's Hi-Art radiotherapy equipment as part of a new partnership between TomoTherapy and Kirloskar Theratronics, Ltd. ...

Contrary to popular belief, the University of Wisconsin's flagship campus isn't just for Madison, and a new entrepreneurship program made possible by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation promises to spread the wealth around the entire state - literally. Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still believes this...

“Wake up and smell the fiber” is the continuing battle cry of columnist James Carlini, and he's at it again. In this rather combative edition of Carlini's Comments, he points out that the need for speed is a very patriotic concept, and the lack thereof...

CellCura, a Norwegian biotechnology company, has opened an office in Madison to facilitate collaboration with scientists at the WiCell Research Institute, and that has visions of a stem cell invasion dancing in the heads of Wisconisn biotechnology officials. CellCura will open in Madison's University Research...

Madison, Wis. - Sonic Foundry, Inc., has announced it will price a forthcoming public offering of three million shares of common stock at $3.75 per share. Proceeds from the offering, which is expected to close on Dec. 27, 2006, will be used to support research and...