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‘DarkAero’ creating new ways to fly with personal aircraft kits

The history of aviation began with two famous brothers, Orville and Wilbur Wright. The next chapter may be written by three brothers from western...

Beer industry has $9 billion annual impact, study shows

A new national study shows the beer industry supports nearly 63,000 jobs in Wisconsin and contributes $9 billion each year to the state’s economy....

Blexx Technology seeking to improve hypodermic needle sterilization and disposal

Needle disposal has long been a source of frustration for users, especially at the institutional level. Individuals or institutions traditionally collect and store used hypodermic...

Brat Fest kicks off Madison’s summer

When Madison’s Brat Fest first began in 1983, grocer Tom Metcalfe and his wife Margaret were looking for a way to give back to...

Exact Sciences highlighting new screening research

Exact Sciences is highlighting new research showing the company’s Cologuard test can improve colon cancer screening rates for patients covered by Medicare. Citing data...

Health of Wisconsin seniors ranked 10th in the nation

Wisconsin has risen one spot in the latest state-by-state senior health care rankings from the United Health Foundation, which highlights issues like increased hospice...

Hemp businesses on the rise in Wisconsin, lawmaker says

Hemp-related businesses are on the rise in Wisconsin, following the state’s first growing season for the crop in more than 60 years. That’s according...

Leveraging new technologies on the farm

A dairy science researcher at UW-Madison is exploring how new technologies can be leveraged on the farm to improve yields and track illnesses. Joao...

Report highlights ‘brain drain’ workforce concerns

A recent report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum shows the state's "brain drain" issue abated slightly in 2017 but remains a significant workforce challenge.

Researchers developing specialized muscle cells from stem cells

Scientists at the Morgridge Institute for Research in Madison are getting closer to being able to create an artery bank, which would serve the...

Seedlinked planting seeds of market change

After spending years studying plant breeding, Nicolas Enjalbert was working for a large U.S. company when he realized there was a better way to...

Urban and rural long-term care providers facing workforce challenges

Long-term care facilities statewide are struggling with a persistent workforce shortage, but LeadingAge President and CEO John Sauer says rural and urban areas face...

Xcel Energy retiring Midwest coal plants ahead of schedule

Xcel Energy has announced plans to retire two coal plants in the Midwest ahead of schedule, supporting the company’s goals for reducing carbon emissions...
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