Technology/Telecom

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee opened its state-of-the-art School of Freshwater Sciences building last week with a dedication and celebration on Friday that drew more than 600 people.
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When the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee unveils its expanded School of Freshwater Sciences this week in a two-day grand opening, it will be more than just celebration of the just-completed $53 million project.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's new Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa will have high-speed computing resources under a new partnership between the UWM Foundation and the Milwaukee Institute.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved GE Healthcare’s SenoClaire, a new breast tomosynthesis solution that provides 3D imaging.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's new Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa will have high-speed computing resources under a new partnership between the UWM Foundation and the Milwaukee Institute.
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The Water Council will receive $225,000 from a $30 million grant program facilitated by JPMorgan Chase & Co. through its Small Business Forward initiative.
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The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. and the University of Wisconsin-Extension Center for Technology Commercialization have awarded grants from the Ideadvance Seed Fund to 11 startups, including seven from the Milwaukee area.
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Wauwatosa-based Tricast Inc. has introduced a new web-based software tool, called Reveal 2.0, that allows health plan administrators to get real-time pharmacy data.
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The Water Council will receive $225,000 from a $30 million grant program facilitated by JPMorgan Chase & Co. through its Small Business Forward initiative.
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Intermedix Corp., a provider of technology-enabled health and safety solutions, will move its Milwaukee office to the Schlitz Park office complex north of downtown Milwaukee.
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