Some might say the legacy of the 2005-2006 session of the Wisconsin Legislature wasn't formed on the Assembly or Senate floor, but in court, where a few former leaders were prosecuted for illegally using state resources for campaigns. Others might say this Legislature will be remembered for debating a steady diet of social issues, from carrying concealed weapons to b......Full article >>>
nate Bill 372, which would provide necessary start-up funding for the Bio-Medical Technology Alliance in Milwaukee.
Legislation that would provide a remedy for a Wisconsin Supreme Court's "lead paint" ruling that puts at risk companies involved in the production of components, including those in high-tech industries such as biotechnology.
Senate Bill 338, which is awaiting fina......Full article >>>
, would provide sustainable funding for the creation of the Bio-Medical Technology Alliance.
"The funding provided by SB 372 is intended to engage the entire research community in the seven-county southeast Wisconsin region through a network of collaborative research projects," explained Dr. William Hendee, president of the Medical College of Wisconsin Research Foundation.
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. In a fast-paced economy, lawmakers must pick up speed2
. Eight lawmakers named to Speakers IT task force3
. IRS ruling could speed healthcare technology adoption4
. Tech upstart VoVision could disrupt the voice-recognition market5
. Its not Y2K, but changes to Daylight Saving Time could cause tech problems6
. Software tax dispute could go the Supreme Court7
. CellCura could start an invasion of stem cell firms8
. Businesses could bridge digital divide in Milwaukee with used computers9
. Inventions could fall prey to Monday morning quarterbacking10
. Milwaukee could be wireless in 18 months11
. Venture-backed firms could become eligible for federal SBIR grants