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Basic education through mobile app is Learning Games Studios’ approach

Learning Games Studios is aiming to improve the availability and effectiveness of adult education programs by producing a mobile app focused on engaging users...

Company start-up expected

DotCom Therapy aims to curb speech therapy shortage

There are 20 million people who need speech therapy each year in the United States and only 126,000 certified therapists to meet the demand....

Edgewood healthcare panel guarded over looming changes to ACA

Republicans’ evolving views on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act mean an uncertain future for healthcare and poor patients, a panel of industry...

Engineered Propulsion Systems completes $900,000 funding round

Engineered Propulsion Systems, a New Richmond-based advanced manufacturing company, has just completed a funding round of $900,000. The funding will go towards seeking certification...

Fox Cities Chamber President/CEO Shannon Full steps down

Fox Cities Chamber President and CEO Shannon Full is stepping down after six years in the position. Full will be headed to the Twin...

Husco International and Teel Plastics return money from tax credits to the state

Husco International and Teel Plastics have collectively paid back $194,945 to the state, returning money initially received from tax credits. These are two of...

ImageMoverMD led by all-star team of medical experts, innovators

Some investors who spoke at the recent Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium said they like to invest first in the team and second in the...

INSULETE could hold the cure for Type 1 diabetes

Modern medicine has largely rid the world of some of the most widespread problems society has faced — smallpox, polio and the measles, to...

Intellivisit uses artificial intelligence to help diagnose patients

Busy doctors, long lines and rising health care costs are among reasons it is becoming more challenging to make a visit to a primary...

Lands’ End losses mount

Layoffs in Wisconsin see sharp drop from 2015

Though economists warn against reading too much into the figures, the number of people getting laid off in the state has dropped sharply from...

Lynx Biosciences strives to become the missing link in cancer therapy

When a patient is being treated for cancer, it’s often very difficult to know which treatment will work best. Chorom Pak, president and founder of...

New imaging technology company OnLume is lighting up the medical field – literally

Walk into any modern-day operating room and the landscape is widely universal: trays full of gleaming stainless steel, a non-descript operating table, a dark...

OneEvent Technologies beats out competition for Most Innovative Company award

OneEvent Technologies, a local software company that specializes in predictive security technology, beat out five other companies for the inaugural Most Innovative Company award....

Pilot Training System prepares to launch the Drone Flight Bag

Pilot Training System LLC plans to take to the air with its mobile platform, the Drone Flight Bag, early in 2017. Founded in 2011...

Polco applies the power of “crowd sourcing” to local government

Coming off the most fractious national election in recent memory, it’s not surprising that many people yearn for a better way to engage with...

Simply Incredible Foods aims to naturally take bitterness out of berries

Wisconsin is at the heart of the cranberry world, producing about 60 percent of the nation’s cranberries. Many consumers best know these small red...

StartingBlock Madison uses state-of-the-art virtual reality modeling for new innovation hub

StartingBlock Madison and American Family Insurance used state-of-the-art virtual reality modeling to successfully present plans for the new innovation hub. This new facility, called...

State board delays decision on self-insurance changes

The state's Group Insurance Board today delayed a decision on a wide range of possible changes to how the state provides health insurance to...

UW-Madison associate professor challenges notion of blaming higher ed for “skills gap”

A UW-Madison assistant professor is challenging the notion that blame for the “skills gap” falls solely upon higher education. Matthew T. Hora, research scientist...

Wantable raises Series C round

WEDC launches new initiative: THINK. MAKE. HAPPEN.

Wisconsin is facing a workforce shortage. According to a survey by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce, 70 percent of businesses have a tough time...

WisBusiness: The Show – Michael Ertmer of Bunker Labs

Welcome to a new episode of "WisBusiness: The Show," a twice-a-month Web show covering state business news and issues. MADISON – This episode...

Wisconsin Healthcare.gov numbers increase over last year

More Wisconsinites picked a plan in the Healthcare.gov marketplace by Monday compared to the same point last year, according to new federal figures. ...
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