Entrepreneurs

Clinicians now are unable to fully meet the National Kidney Foundation guidelines for treating and preventing vitamin D deficiency and secondary hyperparathyroidism in patients with chronic kidney disease, but a merger of Wisconsin and Canadian companies seeks to address this with a variety of Vitamin...

With only two other international licensing specialists, neither interested in mid-sized companies, New Berlin's Software ONE thinks the time is right to dip its toes in the international waters. The Wisconsin software licenser company has merged with a Swiss firm to establish a global presence....

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...

TomoTherapy, the Madison-based medical device manufacturer, has sold a second Hi-Art unit to City of Hope, a prominent California medical and research center. It is the same facility that last year used the Hi-Art System to perform the first total marrow irradiation....

A group of 21 Wisconsin angel investors have committed $1.25 million to a new Jersey company that is developing ways to lengthen the life of harvested organs and tissues. The investments leverage an earlier round that raised $1.0 million, giving Lifeblood Medical, Inc., more than...

The next state budget and the ensuing legislative session will be a watershed for Wisconsin. The building blocks have been put in place to move the Wisconsin economy in the right direction; we cannot afford to stop now....

Who would have known that a sleeping anything could be so useful? The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and computer scientists at UW-Madison have found that even when computers are turned off, they still have superlinking capabilities. ...