The American Association for Cancer Research held its annual meeting this week in Washington, DC, a convenient venue for former Vice President Joe Biden to deliver a broadside against the Trump administration’s proposed budget cuts in science funding.
For Biden, it’s... Read more »
In 2014, the startup accelerator Healthbox launched a program in Salt Lake City in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, a network of hospitals and clinics headquartered there.
The following year, the accelerator graduated a class of startups from its Healthbox Studio... Read more »
Amid the ongoing conversation about gender discrimination in the tech industry, and recent sexual harassment claims against some of its biggest names, here’s some sort-of good news about women in tech:
When companies make job offers to both men and women,... Read more »
Shine Medical Technologies, a Janesville, WI-based company that’s working to resume domestic production of a vital medical isotope, has raised another $2.2 million from investors, says vice president of business development Katrina Pitas.
According to a document filed with federal... Read more »
In what passes for a short hearing these days in Washington, DC, the Trump White House’s pick to run the Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb, spent less than three hours fielding questions from a Senate committee Wednesday morning.
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Is a caution flag flying?
While U.S. venture firms refueled last year by raising a near-record $51.6 billion, they also eased off the throttle in terms of their investment activity during the first quarter of 2017, according to data released... Read more »
Most people are familiar with the concept of performing a series of rehabilitation exercises after having surgery. But far fewer have likely heard of “pre-habilitation” exercise regimens, which are assigned to patients before they go under the knife. The idea has... Read more »
March into April by staying current on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community, starting with these recent headlines:
—Telkonet, a Waukesha-based company that develops hardware and software to connect machines to the Internet, and to each other, sold one of its business divisions... Read more »
As far as singular weeks go for biotech, this was a big one. Three highly anticipated drugs were approved. One is the first injectable medication for eczema. Another might help fend off the recurrence of ovarian cancer. And a third offers... Read more »