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Author: Diana Starr

Dianomi previously licensed its core technology, the mineral coated microparticles, from WARF, UW-Madison's tech-transfer arm. The new license expands the technology's use to nucleic acid therapy — using DNA or RNA, or related compounds, to modify or enhance the expression of desired genes....

Cancer diagnostics company Exact Sciences Corp. has more than doubled the capital investment and job creation numbers it proposed under an agreement with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., according to documents obtained by the Milwaukee Business Journal per a public records request....

"We can use bioacoustics almost as a stethoscope," said Burivalova, an assistant professor of forest and wildlife ecology at UW-Madison. "We can try to listen to the vital signs of the forest and realize is the forest maybe recovering after human presence or human exploitation...

“If we leave things as they are, it’ll be 2080 before we have at least one woman on half of the patent applications,” Gottwald said. “Ninety-six percent of applications have at least one man named on them, so getting women on 50 percent is a...

Long before I visited Madison, Wis., I overheard a conversation among three women that went something like this: Woman No. 1: “I’m from the Madison area.” Woman No. 2: “Oh, I love Madison.” Woman No. 3: “Madison is like Sara Lee. Nobody doesn’t like Madison.”...