Add another item to the list of tech industry beefs with the new crew in the White House.
Can the life sciences industry finally begin to efficiently and systematically exploit the potential treasure trove of drugs hidden in fungi? It seems promising, thanks to cheaper DNA sequencing technologies, artificial intelligence, new academic research, and now the largest funding yet... Read more »
Since launching in 2014, Redox, a Madison, WI-based tech startup, has worked with other healthcare software companies to set up data feeds between their applications and the computerized patient records systems used in hospitals and clinics across the country.
Redox has... Read more »
A 2016 report by the research firm Gallup found that millennials—people born between 1980 and 1996—are the “most likely generation to switch jobs.” Today’s young professionals’ proclivity for job-hopping is putting a strain on recruiters and human resources departments at large... Read more »
Amazon lists one requirement in the stunning request for proposals it issued Thursday, which invites cities across North America to compete to host a second corporate headquarters for the tech and commerce giant.
Economic development officials are justifiably salivating at the... Read more »
A top prize in American biomedical science was awarded today to two scientists for their discoveries that led to the development of a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which prevents cervical cancer caused by the sexually transmitted virus.
Douglas Lowy (pictured right),... Read more »
Amid the wreckage inflicted by Hurricane Harvey, south Texas is measuring the crisis in numbers of homes flattened or flooded, hospitals closed, refineries stalled, and storm refugees saved by brave neighbors with small boats.
A significant part of the damage, however,... Read more »
Keep up with news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:
—Seiva Technologies, a Milwaukee-based company that developed sensor-equipped athletic apparel, is no longer operating, co-founder Andrew Hampel said in an e-mail. Seiva had developed high-tech garments for speedskaters,... Read more »
Novartis said Wednesday that it would not charge for its newly approved cellular immunotherapy, tisagenlecleucel (Kymriah)—the first so-called CAR-T product to ever come to market—if it fails to help patients within a month. If the cell therapy, approved for kids with... Read more »
ImageMoverMD, a Middleton, WI-based startup developing software that securely transmits pictures and videos taken with smartphones to electronic health record systems, has raised nearly $1.2 from investors.
President and CEO of BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation
President and founder of Wantable
University of Wisconsin-Madison animal sciences professor
CEO of Exact Sciences
Founder of Cellular Dynamics International
National Business Furniture co-founder and a Wisconsin angel investor
Chairman and CEO, SysLogic
Director of Golden Angels Investors
President, Marquette University
President and Chief Operating Officer of Quintessence Biosciences