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Atlantic Council report highlights Madison as top tech hub

-- The Atlantic Council’s latest report highlights Madison as one of four technology hubs in the nation, pointing to research at the state’s largest...

Autonomous vehicles and other technologies topics of importance for Legislature

Wisconsin has to get in gear if it wants to be on the forefront of self-driving vehicles and other high-growth technologies, says the chairman...

Award-winning WPR host helps people harness their voices

Veronica Rueckert, an award-winning Wisconsin Public Radio radio host, is helping people harness the power of their voices to take control of how they...

Bublr Bikes joins redevelopment plans for Shops of Grand Avenue

Bublr Bikes, a Milwaukee-based bike-sharing nonprofit, has become the first permanent tenant to join in the redevelopment plans of the Shops of Grand Avenue....

Cellular Logistics pursuing commercialization, top spot in Governor’s Business Plan Contest

One of the finalists in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest, Cellular Logistics, is making another run at the top prize as it pursues commercialization...

EnsoData cleared by FDA for sleep software

EnsoData, a Madison-based health technology company, has been cleared by the FDA for its EnsoSleep software. Chris Fernandez, the company’s CEO and co-founder, says...

Ideadvance Seed Fund program newly open to most UW alumni

The UW System’s Ideadvance Seed Fund program is newly open to most UW System alumni, allowing more people to seek funding for their innovative...

Initiative for Competitive Energy to advocate for more competitive rates

The newly formed Initiative for Competitive Energy will advocate on behalf of businesses and other utility customers in southeastern Wisconsin, seeking more competitive electric...

KaleidoCare wants to help people through medical dilemmas

KaleidoCare, a health care consulting firm, is trying to ease the burden on people experiencing confusing and complicated medical problems. CEO and founder Bridget...

Kiio raises $600,000 in funding round seeking $1 million

Kiio, a sensor and software company based in Madison, has raised $600,000 in a recent funding round seeking $1 million in total. Funds raised...

Lynx Biosciences undertakes funding round

Lynx Biosciences, a Madison-based biotech company, is undertaking a fundraising round for $1 million. President and founder Chorom Pak says the company upped its...

March for Science in Milwaukee rallies support for science education on Earth Day

The March for Science in Milwaukee will bring together concerned citizens and environmental advocates on Earth Day to stand in support of science education...

Midwest Lighting Institute explores effects of lighting on humans

Cottage Grove’s Midwest Lighting Institute is exploring how varying the type of lighting in different facilities can affect human behavior, health and productivity while...

Milwaukee County Youth Employment Program to provide second-chance job training

A partnership between the Social Development Commission, community support group HeartLove Place, and an operator of McDonald's franchises will provide young people with second-chance...

New online network emphasizes diversity, supports STEM

UW-Madison has launched a new online resource for students, faculty and staff in STEM fields. The STEM Diversity Network was created by associate professor...

New online portal in the works for districts with fab labs

UW-Stout is working on an online portal that will enable the sharing of resources between Wisconsin school districts with digital fabrication laboratories, or “fab...

Policy makers looking to combat rising prescription drug prices

As prescription drug prices have spiked in recent years, policy makers at the state level are looking for new ways to combat this issue....

Pour Authority measures beer volume for bar-goers

When it comes to serving beer in a glass, the pour is everything -- that’s why Pour Authority, a new app from Madison-based developer...

Student teams pit robots head-to-head

Over 50 high school teams gathered in Milwaukee to deploy multi-purpose robots in a head-to-head competition. The FIRST Robotics Competition took place March 22...

Tech industry adds over 3,900 jobs in 2016

Wisconsin’s technology industry added over 3,900 new jobs in 2016, according to a recent analytical report by CompTIA. That’s an increase of 4 percent...

WARF announces latest projects for UW2020: Discovery Initiative

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has announced its latest group of projects for the UW2020: WARF Discovery Initiative, which funnels millions of dollars into...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with KaleidoCare’s Bridget Krueger

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Bridget Krueger, CEO and founder of KaleidoCare, a health care consulting firm based in Middleton. She...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Lynx Bioscience’s Chorom Pak

This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Chorom Pak, founder of Lynx Biosciences, who tells how the company’s “functional companion diagnostics” can help determine...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with MLI’s Tamara Sondgeroth

This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Tamara Sondgeroth, president and executive director of the Midwest Lighting Institute, who talks about light research being...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Pour Authority’s Craig Robertson

This week’s podcast features a discussion with Craig Robertson, a Madison-based app developer who talks about his beer-measuring app, Pour Authority, and how it...

WisBusiness: The Show – Buckley Brinkman of the Wisconsin Center for Manufacturing and Productivity

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Evan Wing of River Valley Bank

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