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AMD Global Telemedicine Inc., Proud to Announce Diane Castelli, Chair of the American Telemedicine Association's (ATA) Telehealth Nursing Special Interest Group (SIG)

...en a member of the American Telemedicine Association since 1996. She currently holds Masters Degrees in both Communications and Forensic Nursing from fitchburg State College, Fitchburg, MA. About AMD Global Telemedicine Inc.: AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. is the leading, worldwide supplier of Telemedicine...

Human Services, Health Organizations and Transit Receive a Majority of Kresge's Nearly $73 Million in First Quarter Grants

...,000 Market Umbrella New Orleans $250,000 MASSACHUSETTS Veteran Homestead Inc. fitchburg $800,000 MICHIGAN Belle Isle Women's Committee Birmingham $100,000 City Year Detroit ...

Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride for Alzheimer's Cause

...ommonwealth's heartland. The route for Memory Ride runs through Devens, Shirley, Lancaster, Sterling, Rutland, Hardwick, Petersham, Templeton, fitchburg and Lunenburg. All proceeds from Memory Ride Grant go to Alzheimer's research. In recent months, new information about Alzheimer's shows that ...
Fitchburg in Biological Technology

TDS tries bringing fiber to homes in Fitchburg for faster Internet service

TDS Metrocom has launched a pilot program for one Fitchburg neighborhood, offering broadband Internet speeds of as high as 10 megabits per secondseveral times higher than the fastest cable and DSL packages currently availablein order to gauge customer usage and potential applications of an emerging...

Symphony Corp. moving into Fitchburg Technology Campus

Custom software developer Symphony Corporation is expanding into nearly 4,000 square feet of office space in the Fitchburg Technology Campus , a few minutes south of Madison. Symphony CEO Ravi Kalla said in a press release that the space is going to be customized to make it possible to serve ...

Biotech Manufacturing Facility to be Built in Wisconsin

...of them in the Midwest region, said Terrence R. Dolan, PhD, Director of the fitchburg Technology Campus. Paired with 35,000 square feet of laboratory space, t...type to be located at a university. For more information, check out the fitchburg Technology Campus web site at www.fitchburgtech.com . ---------------...

$2 million venture debt fund available for high-growth Dane County businesses

...total of $2,200,000. According to MDC, the city of Madison pledged $400,000, through its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program; the City of fitchburg committed $200,000, along with MG&E, who made the largest pledge of $500,000. The additional $1.1 million was pledged in amounts ranging from $50-300,...

Fitchburg tech campus offers free wireless access

...likely be a popular spot for wireless use. Source: fitchburg Center. FITCHBURG, Wis. fitchburg Center , a green mixed-use development, is now hom...ork in small teams." He said Berbee worked with fitchburg Center and the city to offer public wireless. T...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

...typus plans office move next June Platypus Technologies , a Madison nanotechnology company, will move into offices in the New Venture Center at the fitchburg Technology Campus next year, the company has announced. It plans to occupy 8,000 square feet there starting in June 2005. The center still has space a...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (10/27/04)

...273 million revenues Venture Center launched in fitchburg Doyle welcomes pharmaceutical company to Wiscon...a profit next year. Venture Center launched in fitchburg A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday for Th... an $8 million technology building located on the fitchburg Technology Campus . About 60 state and local gove...

Tech Digest: Biotech Association, Fitchburg, RedPrairie

... Web site called Biocom advertising Avicom's services to WBMDA members. fitchburg Technology Campus hires project manager The fitchburg Technology Campus, a mixed-use development a few minutes from Madison, has ...

Platypus Technologies wins another SBIR grant

...nologies was founded in 2000 to develop nanotechnology products for the physical and life sciences. The company has 16 employees and is located in the fitchburg Technology Campus. Read about Platypus' previous SBIR grant. ...

Platypus Technologies receives Phase 2 grant

... detection and identification of viruses based on Platypus's patented liquid crystal technology. The company has 16 employees and is located in the fitchburg Technology Campus. ...
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