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Ag sector could suffer if Trump delivers border wall, economist says

A prominent national economist thinks Wisconsin’s agricultural sector could suffer if President Trump delivers on his promise to build a southern border wall. Marci...

Cellectar reporting favorable results from clinical trial

Cellectar Biosciences is reporting patients in a recent clinical trial of its cancer therapy medication are surviving longer. The first four study groups of...

Concordia researchers exploring new health care treatments

A number of ongoing research projects from professors at Concordia University Wisconsin are exploring new health care treatments and delivery models. Daniel Sem is...

Evers pushes Medicaid expansion, calls on GOP leaders to avoid making health care ‘partisan...

Gov. Tony Evers took his push to expand Medicaid to a statewide audience in his first State of the State Tuesday, making a public...

Evers says budget likely to include ‘first step’ toward legalizing medical marijuana

Gov. Tony Evers says his first budget will likely include a "first step" toward legalizing medical marijuana. The governor addressed board members of the...

Evers sees transportation as top issue for potential compromise

Gov. Tony Evers says transportation is the top issue where he could see compromise as he prepares to work with the Republican-controlled Legislature. The...

Foxconn change of focus was ‘surprise’ to administration

DOA Secretary-designee Joel Brennan says Foxconn's change of focus at its Wisconsin facility toward a research hub was a surprise despite being in weekly...

Foxconn falls short of hiring goals to qualify for first round of tax credits

Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz says Foxconn failing to qualify for the first round of state tax credits is the latest sign the company...

Foxconn leaders understand environmental concerns, Evers says

Gov. Tony Evers says he's confident Foxconn's leaders understand his concerns around the manufacturer's environmental impact in Wisconsin. Addressing RENEW Wisconsin's Renewable Energy Summit...

HealthTech Solutions innovates organ transplant via mobile app

Receiving an organ transplant can be a lengthy process for many Americans. Yet, an average of 54 percent of all donated organs go to...

Hintz appoints himself to WEDC board

Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz has appointed himself to the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Board, one of four lawmakers to serve on the panel. The...

Historic redevelopment projects so far fall well below new $3.5M tax credit cap

None of the six applicants for the state's popular historic tax credit has come close to hitting a new $3.5 million-per-project ceiling some six...

Price transparency rule seen as “first step” forward

A new federal rule requiring hospitals to display complex pricing information online is seen as a “first step” toward greater transparency in health care....

Research shows packaging preferences can vary by generation

A research project from two recent graduates of UW-Stout finds product packaging preferences can vary greatly by generation. The two students used batteries and...

Researchers develop method to treat radiation-induced tissue damage

Researchers at UW-Madison have discovered a new method for treating radiation-induced tissue damage using certain white blood cells altered with stem cells. According to...

Researchers invent new method to create hybrid yeast strains

UW-Madison researchers have developed a new method for creating hybrid yeast strains for use in commercial fermentation and brewing. An info sheet from the...

Researchers testing cell therapy for viral infections

Researchers in Madison plan to test a personalized cell therapy for viral infections in bone marrow transplant patients -- a first for Wisconsin. An...

Talks begin on possible $1 billion package for Milwaukee capital projects

Milwaukee's next big public funding debate is here. Talks surrounding a possible $1 billion financing package that could go toward a number of Milwaukee area...

Testin, Kurtz project Wisconsin will be top hemp producer within a decade

Attitudes on industrial hemp are changing statewide after the first growing season in more than six decades, leading farmers and legislators to believe that...

Top 2018 UWM research projects focus on health

Six of the 10 largest UW-Milwaukee research projects of 2018 had a physical or mental health focus, ranging from environmental effects on brain development...

Vos announces plans to create task force on water quality

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has announced he will create a task force on water quality following requests from two southwestern Wisconsin lawmakers. Rep. Todd...

WARF seeking partners to develop new medical valve system

Researchers at UW-Madison have developed a new valve system to help people with hydrocephalus, a disorder that causes the body to produce too much...

WEDC changing procedures on Foxconn following Legislative Audit Bureau report

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. is changing its procedures to ensure Foxconn can only collect tax credits on workers living in the state, following...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Kevin Dwyer, CEO for Where is Care

This year’s first episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Kevin Dwyer, CEO for Madison nonprofit Where is Care. He joins the podcast remotely from...

WisBusiness: The Podcast with Saran Ouk, CEO and founder of ConNEXTions

This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” is with Saran Ouk, CEO and founder of ConNEXTions, a Madison nonprofit startup connecting low-income youth with...

WisBusiness: The Show – Abby Taubner of gener8tor

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Jason Swanson of Swan Leap

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

WisBusiness: The Show – Renee Bemis of Driftless Glen Distillery

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

YesLMS gearing up for busy new year

After winning the 2018 Doyenne Group’s 5x5x5 pitch event and completing the Doyenne Accelerator, YesLMS is gearing up for a busy new year. YesLMS is...
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