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Access to broadband not just a rural problem

A new report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum shows lack of access to broadband internet isn’t just a rural problem. It’s true that the...

Advisory referendums on marijuana driven by grassroots effort

A number of marijuana advisory referendums appearing on this year’s midterm ballot were proposed by city and county officials at the request of their...

Backline music accelerator cohort nearing end of program

Early-career artists in gener8tor’s Backline music accelerator are making industry connections and building their brands as they near the end of the program. The...

Farwell Project Advisors planning Milwaukee expansion

Farwell Project Advisors, a consultation management firm based in Madison, is planning to have a presence in Milwaukee by year’s end. “The timing is right,”...

Forward BIO Institute awarded $5 million NIH grant

UW-Madison's Forward BIO Institute has been awarded $5 million from the National Institutes of Health for tissue manufacturing. The grant was announced yesterday at the...

Forward BIOLABS to host early stage life sciences startups

The recently announced Forward BIOLABS will serve as a landing place for startups, many of which will come out of UW-Madison research. That’s according...

Immuto Scientific seeking to speed up drug development

An engineering research team at UW-Madison has invented a device which could dramatically speed up drug development. Faraz Choudhury is a post-doctoral researcher in...

Insurers around the country joining ACA marketplaces

Insurers around the country are joining the Affordable Care Act marketplaces this year, in “a complete 180” from 2017. That’s according to Cynthia Cox,...

Kimberly-Clark says it will wait until after extraordinary session to decide Fox Valley plant’s...

Kimberly-Clark, which previously said it wanted lawmakers to act on an incentive package by Sept. 30, now says it will wait to see the...

Launch of controversial streetcar project even has some skeptics thinking about the economic development...

Milwaukee has for years been listed among the largest American cities without easy-on, easy-off urban rail transit. But that ends Friday when the city...

Legislature to call an extraordinary session Nov. 12 on Kimberly-Clark incentives

Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announced this morning the Legislature will call an extraordinary session Nov. 12 for a public hearing in the Senate on...

Lower costs for genetic analysis enabling new research

Human understanding of genomics is evolving rapidly, as the cost of analyzing DNA falls and the global pool of genetic data grows. “There’s a...

Madison research startup aiming to de-stress fish

UW-Madison researchers are developing a product to help stressed-out fish. That could have real impact on aquaculture, or fish farming, because stressed fish are...

Milwaukee researchers develop compound to treat memory loss in women

Milwaukee-area researchers have developed a compound which could lead to new treatments for memory loss in women. Karyn Frick of UW-Milwaukee, Daniel Sem of Concordia...

Northwestern Mutual holding second Reverse Pitch MKE event

Northwestern Mutual is looking for new startup solutions to industry problems through the second Reverse Pitch MKE event. The competition is being held Nov....

Panelists agree state should do more to support startups, research

Panelists at a recent discussion on research investment agreed the state should do more to support startups and related research. “We’re not the job...

Racine County groups getting $700,000 for worker training

Racine County groups are getting over $700,000 to train workers for Foxconn and other employers in southeastern Wisconsin. The funds are coming from the...

Referendums on ‘dark store’ loophole, marijuana to go before voters in November

Voters in 23 counties, cities and villages across the state are poised to vote next month on referendums urging the Legislature to address the...

Researchers find mutation for rare genetic blood disorder

UW-Madison researchers have honed in on a specific mutation which causes myelofibrosis, a rare genetic blood disorder. Dr. Inga Hofmann is an assistant professor...

St. Norbert researchers analyzing growth strategies to manage risk

Jamie Lynch, a researcher at St. Norbert College in De Pere, is working to demystify the process of business growth to better control risk....

Students testing business solutions to problems in their communities

Students participating in the nonprofit CEOs of Tomorrow program are coming up with money-making ideas to solve real problems in their communities. “It’s interesting,...

Study shows importance of bus routes to Waukesha, Milwaukee counties

Waukesha and Milwaukee counties would suffer from ending two bus routes that help city workers get to jobs in the suburbs, a new study...

UW-Madison chancellor concerned about funding for building projects

UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank says she is “really, deeply worried” about funding for the university’s building projects. “It is a budget year this coming year,...

UW-Madison researcher getting $2.2 million NIH award

A UW-Madison researcher is getting $2.2 million from the National Institutes of Health, supporting his efforts to understand how protein dysfunction can lead to...

UW-Superior researchers develop windshield to protect beehives

UW-Superior researchers have developed a windshield for beehives that can provide both insulation and ventilation, helping to prepare hives for winter. This comes as...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Benjamin Morales, founder of LatinoPro

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Benjamin Morales, CEO of Milwaukee-based startup LatinoPro. Morales is a graduate of UW-Whitewater and developed his...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Byron Reese, author and tech entrepreneur

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” features Byron Reese, author of the book, “The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers and the Future...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Byron Reese, author and tech entrepreneur

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” features Byron Reese, author of the book, “The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers and the Future...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Tobias Zutz, founder and CEO of Gregor Diagnostics

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Tobias Zutz, founder and CEO of Madison-based Gregor Diagnostics. He’s developing a method to test seminal...

WisBusiness: The Show – Craig Timm, chairman of the Wisconsin Paper Council

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Derek Matzke of BDO

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Tricia Braun of Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

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

Wisconsin dairy farmers benefiting from new trade deal

The new trade deal between the United States, Mexico and Canada is expected to benefit Wisconsin dairy producers, thanks to some last-minute concessions made...

Wisconsin Technology Council: Terry Sivesind to accept ‘Triple E’ award Nov. 7 at 2018 Wisconsin...

Contact: Tom Still or Laura Kaiser at 608-442-7557Or visit wisearlystage.com to learn more MADISON, Wis. – Terry Sivesind, whose career has included co-founding six life sciences companies...
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