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AmebaGone uses benign organisms to attack pathogens in production crops

By Hannah Fricke Protecting production crops against bacterial invasion is an eternal struggle for agriculture. Antibiotics can’t address everything that poses a...

Appleton animation startup in New Orleans for tech conference

An early-stage animation startup called dodles is in New Orleans for a major tech conference this week, as company leaders strive to connect with...

AquaMetals has eco-friendly way to prevent toxic discharge into waterways

By Gabriel Merkow AquaMetals is bringing continuous, real-time data to the metal waste prevention industry. The Wisconsin-based advanced manufacturing company has made it possible for...

Drug report recommends Milwaukee leaders push for more access to services

A new report sheds more light on drug abuse issues in Milwaukee and recommends local leaders push for greater access to services. This preliminary...

Farmers call for pricing change as dairy crisis hits home

The ongoing dairy crisis hitting producers nationwide is putting financial strain on Wisconsin farmers, leading some to push for alternative pricing models. “We are...

Foxconn development forcing change in Wisconsin

The Foxconn development is forcing Wisconsin to do things it should have done years ago, experts said this week. “It’s causing higher education to...

Foxconn says plan to invest $10 billion in southeastern Wisconsin ‘remains unchanged’

Foxconn Technology Group is insisting it remains committed to its pledged $10 billion investment in southeastern Wisconsin, though the Taiwanese manufacturer also plans to...

Graduate medical education program addressing physician shortage

The Wisconsin Hospital Association says the state’s expanded graduate medical education program is making strides toward addressing an ongoing physician shortage, based on new...

Groups file challenge to Lake Michigan water diversion approval for Foxconn development

Several environmental groups being represented by Midwest Environmental Advocates have filed a legal petition under the Great Lakes Compact to challenge the DNR’s approval...

Initial subcontractors selected for Foxconn development

All but one of the 28 subcontractors selected for work at Foxconn’s Mount Pleasant site are from Wisconsin. Foxconn and M+W/Gilbane released the list...

Lawmakers stress importance of millennials to state workforce

Wisconsin lawmakers stressed the importance of getting millennials into the workforce at a recent discussion event held at the downtown Appleton Beer Factory. “Every...

Long-term care worker shortage causing businesses to close

The state’s long-term caregiver workforce shortage is causing businesses to close, according to John Vander Meer, executive director of the Wisconsin Health Care Association....

New report highlights small-scale manufacturers in Milwaukee

A new report from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation highlights the rise of small-scale manufacturers in the city. The report, titled “State of Urban Manufacturing:...

Nursing app aims to improve quality care in hospitals

Ditching the cape and skin-tight suit for a lab coat and scrubs, today’s superheroes are saving lives through the magic of application technology. AkkeNeel Talsma,...

Patients with history of opioid use likely to have longer hospital stays

Surgery patients who have a history of opioid use before operations are more likely to have a longer hospital stay, and are more likely...

Propeller Health developing new platform after $20 million funding round

Propeller Health is set to develop a new platform for digital medicine after raising $20 million in a recent funding round. The funding round...

ReNeuroGen focuses on improving aftermath for stroke victims

ReNeuroGen, a virtual pharmaceutical company with the potential to help stroke victims, has been selected as one of 25 finalists in the Governor’s Business...

Report shows more economic improvement in Minnesota than in Wisconsin

A new report from the Economic Policy Institute finds Minnesota’s economy improved more than Wisconsin’s between 2010 and 2017, based on a number of...

V-Glass among 25 finalists in NASA energy competition

A Pewaukee-based vacuum glass company is among the 25 finalists in a NASA energy competition. The 2018 NASA iTech initiative is being held by...

WisBusiness: The Show – Spencer X. Smith

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

Wisconsin companies recognized for success in exporting

Three Wisconsin companies were recently presented with the 2018 Governor’s Export Achievement Award, recognizing their successful efforts to reach new markets. The awards were...

Wisconsin farmers applying to grow industrial hemp

Nearly 260 farmers have applied to grow industrial hemp following a new state law legalizing the growing of the plant last fall. Farmers across...

Workforce shortage worsening for long-term care providers

Nursing homes and assisted living centers in Wisconsin are experiencing a worsening workforce shortage, according to a recent report from a group of provider...
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