Navigation Links
Wisconsin Technology Network presents symposium on saving lives by the use of Information Technology

Healthcare - Hardwiring the Gap Between What We Know and What We Do attendees will be able to gain a better understanding of a 21st century system of electronic healthcare and privacy and patient safety issues that follow.

Dennis Dassenko, Vice President and Chief Information Officer for the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics, and Lisa Risberg, Information Security ......

Full article >>>
'"/>

Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 06/18/04


Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. To be a player in the "Knowledge Economy," Wisconsin needs more tech workers
2. Federal bioenergy lab will give Wisconsin a chance to shine
3. Breaking down Wisconsins angel capital numbers
4. Innovation featured in NE Wisconsin Roundtable
5. Visions: Broderick says Wisconsin should be in top third in venture capital
6. Wisconsin building toward the major leagues of venture capital
7. Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear Menasha software case
8. Wisconsin applicants urged to pursue DOE funding for cellulosic biomass
9. Legislature should look to Wisconsins natural energy advantages
10. Stem cells get most attention, but they are only part of Wisconsins bio-portfolio
11. BIO 2007: Wisconsin makes its presence felt
Post Your Comments:
(Date:7/29/2014)... “PharmaSphere: Emerging Biotech Investment Report ... Funding” report provides in-depth analysis of the current ... venture capital segments of the financial industry, bearing ... significant impact on the future of emerging biotechnology ... report identifies regions of the world that are ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... significant technological challenges in their quest to improve ... the James Webb Space Telescope. , The team, ... at NASA,s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, ... that is, those activated by applying an ... current technology,s magnetically activated arrays. This advance makes ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... The advanced optical methods and applications ... driving a revolution in the neurosciences were the inspiration ... by SPIE, the international society for optics and ... launch of the BRAIN Initiative in the United States, ... a vision for and provide examples of the impact ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... , July 29, 2014   Sequenom, Inc. ... that provides innovative genetic analysis solutions, and Mayo ... laboratory services in the United States ... testing patents and applications. "We have great ... patient care, and we welcome the opportunity to partner ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Strategic Trends of Biotech Investment Industry (Private Equity and Venture Capital Funding) in New Report Available at MarketOptimizer.org 2Strategic Trends of Biotech Investment Industry (Private Equity and Venture Capital Funding) in New Report Available at MarketOptimizer.org 3Strategic Trends of Biotech Investment Industry (Private Equity and Venture Capital Funding) in New Report Available at MarketOptimizer.org 4Revolutionary microshutter technology hurdles significant challenges 2Revolutionary microshutter technology hurdles significant challenges 3Revolutionary microshutter technology hurdles significant challenges 4SPIE Launches 'Neurophotonics' Journal with Special Section on BRAIN Initiative 2SPIE Launches 'Neurophotonics' Journal with Special Section on BRAIN Initiative 3SPIE Launches 'Neurophotonics' Journal with Special Section on BRAIN Initiative 4Sequenom Enters Into License Agreement With Mayo Medical Laboratories 2Sequenom Enters Into License Agreement With Mayo Medical Laboratories 3Sequenom Enters Into License Agreement With Mayo Medical Laboratories 4
... lab that studies learning technologies with the University of Wisconsin and ... evening at the World Futurist Society meeting . The futurists ... at the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Lab , Brown will ... looking to video games as a teaching tool. Read more. ...
... Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and former Governor Tommy Thompson ... advantages of electronic health records, however, Doyle and Thompson ... two-year state budget includes $10 million in grants and ... health records, a move that could help harness the ...
... First Dolly, now human embryos. , ,This weeks announcement out ... who cloned Dolly the sheep, has been granted a license ... to spark fresh hopes among disease sufferers, scientists and advocacy ... amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). , ,These diseases could be addressed ...
Cached Biology Technology:Tech Digest: Futurists on learning; Sonic Foundry; Accu Tech; Fiserv 2Electronic health records can save lives and improve medical care 2Electronic health records can save lives and improve medical care 3Human cloning plans get blessing from British government 2Human cloning plans get blessing from British government 3
(Date:7/29/2014)... of Bristol,s Nutrition and Behaviour Unit (NBU) has looked ... planning meals. , The research, to be presented at ... (SSIB 2014) in Seattle, USA this week [29 July ... team was led by Professor Jeff Brunstrom, and is ... part of a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... advanced optical methods and applications for imaging and manipulation ... the neurosciences were the inspiration behind Neurophotonics , ... society for optics and photonics. , The first issue ... the United States, and a special section features articles ... of the impact that optics and photonics will have ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... and sea ice retreats, the North is changing. An ... water which is predicted to extend across the whole ... thus have the potential to create Arctic swell ... element to the region. , A University of Washington researcher ... of the Arctic Ocean, and detected house-sized waves during ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):SPIE launches Neurophotonics journal with special section on BRAIN Initiative 2SPIE launches Neurophotonics journal with special section on BRAIN Initiative 3Huge waves measured for first time in Arctic Ocean 2Huge waves measured for first time in Arctic Ocean 3
... German . , In male songbirds of ... in spring, which leads to an increase in song activity ... little evidence so far about such a clear relationship between ... lower degree of seasonal changes of the environment. Researchers of ...
... found that microscopic particles containing proteins and nucleic acids ... premature babies from serious lung diseases and chronic lung ... earlier research suggesting that while transplanting a kind of ... reduce lung injury and prevent inflammation in a mouse ...
... Spring Harbor, N.Y. Cancer cells grow fast. That,s an ... through all the cell-cycle checkpoints and are continuously growing and ... need to speed up their metabolism. CSHL Professor ... target the cancer cell metabolic process and in the process ...
Cached Biology News:Testosterone regulates solo song of tropical birds 2Microscopic packets of stem cell factors could be key to preventing lung disease in babies 2Microscopic packets of stem cell factors could be key to preventing lung disease in babies 3Team uses antisense technology that exploits gene splicing mechanism to kill cancer cells 2Team uses antisense technology that exploits gene splicing mechanism to kill cancer cells 3
... system, 100-240 V, uses xMAP technology for ... proteins and peptides in one microplate well. ... to 100 color-coded bead sets, each of ... reactant (enzyme substrates, receptors, antigens, or antibodies) ...
Cell Culture Flask, 75 cm, treated polystyrene...
...
... These 50ml PYREX Delong style shaker ... to provide greater agitation of solutions to ... with rotary or reciprocating shakers. The long ... two-position polypropylene closures. Their uniform wall thickness ...
Biology Products: