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AmebaGone’s alternative to antibiotics may aid organic farming

When it comes to the best and healthiest organic plants, it’s difficult to avoid disease and harmful bacteria taking over the crops. AmebaGone provides...

Bill cutting minimum markup on some items draws debate

Backers of a bill that would eliminate the minimum markup on prescription drugs and other products are touting it as a way to bring...

Craft beverage groups say law change will lead to new hires, greater growth

Wisconsin craft beverage groups say a recent national law change will lead to new hires and greater growth for producers in the state. While...

Data guru says Wisconsin startup stats are strong

For the past few years, the prestigious Kauffman Index of Startup Activity has ranked Wisconsin at dead last for new business creation. It’s gotten so bad...

gBETA expanding to Indianapolis

Five Indiana startups will have the chance to participate in the new gBETA Indy program this spring, put on by gener8tor and hosted by...

JangoBio moving closer to commercialization

JangoBio is moving closer to commercialization as animal testing shows promise for the company’s stem cell therapy. “We have, recently, tangible evidence that all...

Kimberly-Clark to get ‘Foxconn terms’ under bill from Roth and Steineke

State Sen. Roger Roth says Kimberly-Clark would get "Foxconn terms" to keep 600 jobs that paper manufacturer now plans to eliminate. under legislation he's...

Medical physicist striving for better radiation treatment planning

When it comes to planning radiation treatment for cancer patients, ‘good enough’ just doesn’t cut it for Ed Bender, a medical physicist at Mercy...

MGE stepping up efforts to understand what customers want

Madison Gas & Electric is stepping up efforts to understand the changing expectations of customers. Don Peterson, assistant vice president of strategic products and...

Midwest construction industry hit hard by opioid epidemic

A new report shows the Midwest construction industry is being hit particularly hard by the ongoing national opioid crisis. “What makes construction so vulnerable...

Milwaukee development providing permanent housing for homeless military vets and adults

A new Milwaukee development will provide permanent housing for homeless military vets and adults. The $12.2 million project called SEVEN04 PLACE will include 60...

New imaging agent production system predicted to reduce shortage risk

A Beloit company’s system for producing a crucial medical imaging agent will reduce the risk of shortages and strengthen national security, according to FDA...

Nonprofit Draft Day matches 30 nonprofits with new board members

Dominik Singh, the newest board member for the nonprofit Upper Sugar River Watershed Association, says he was “blown away” by his experience at the...

Proposed incentives for Kimberly-Clark would provide up to $115 million over 15 years

Gov. Scott Walker's proposed incentives to keep over 600 Kimberly-Clark jobs in the state would provide the company up to $115 million over the...

Rep. Macco suggests tax overhaul could include cutting $2.5 billion in state exemptions

Rep. John Macco, chairman of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee, suggests a comprehensive tax overhaul could include cutting $2.5 billion worth of state...

Security Health Plan planning innovative new programs

Security Health Plan’s new director of population health, Melissa DeGoede, wants to develop innovative programs for improving member wellness. As part of Marshfield Clinic...

Sociologist takes scientific approach to consulting

Hanif Nu'Man, founder and chief sociologist at ReSCI Consulting, takes a science-based approach to business management consulting. “I go into organizations, and I attempt...

Solar jobs up in Wisconsin as national numbers decline

Wisconsin saw a 4 percent gain in solar jobs last year even as solar jobs numbers dipped nationwide, according to the latest report from...

TV white space could be used to expand rural broadband

Unused TV channels currently acting as buffers between active channels could be used to expand rural broadband in Wisconsin and elsewhere, according to a...

UW Carbone Cancer Center funding, top-tier designation retained

The UW Carbone Cancer Center will retain its designation as the state's only National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center, getting $27 million in renewed...

UW Health working to elevate priority put on renewables

Maximilian Christman, sustainability specialist for UW Health, says the health system is working to elevate the priority put on renewable energy. UW Health encompasses...

Waisman Center set to develop Ebola vaccine

The UW-Madison Waisman Center is set to begin development on a “full-virus” vaccine for Ebola, an often fatal virus affecting thousands in Africa. Starting...

Walker’s plan for Kimberly-Clark lauded by Fox Cities economic developer

Peter Thillman, vice president of economic development at Fox Cities Regional Partnership, says matching Foxconn incentives for Kimberly-Clark would go "a long way in...

WisBusiness: The Show – Caitlin Lu of Stripes Group

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