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By Mark Johnson of the Journal Sentinel A professor at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences has received a four-year, $1.5 million federal grant to seek better ways of assessing water pollution along rivers and beaches in urban areas. The professor, Sandra McLellan, will use the money from the National Institutes of Health for work involving […]

Middleton, WI (June 2, 2016) – Gilson today announces the launch of EXTRACTMAN®, an innovative biomolecule extraction platform that enables researchers to better study complex protein interactions that are critical for drug target identification and a wide variety of topics in proteomic research. EXTRACTMAN® is ideal for protein interaction studies because it can isolate weak […]

Madison, Wisconsin – Erik Iverson, J.D., LL.M, a nationally recognized leader in advancing global health initiatives, life science discoveries and intellectual property management, has been selected as the next Managing Director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). The appointment was announced by the WARF Board of Trustees today. Iverson will succeed Carl E. Gulbrandsen, […]

MILWAUKEE – Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) have announced the creation of the Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin Biomedical Engineering Department which will bring together the engineering education and research expertise of Marquette and the medical research, technology and clinical expertise of MCW to provide an inclusive education […]

Via Wisconsin Health News Lisa Johnson sees BioForward as a way to combine different sectors of the state’s economy – research, health tech, manufacturing and others – under a single umbrella. “We’re a great industry and Wisconsin has a lot of power in this area,” said Johnson, CEO of the bioscience trade association. “We just […]

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The main ingredient in a pill being developed by FloraSeq LLC will undoubtedly put patients off. But if FloraSeq’s founders are correct, and the pill cures a stubborn and prevalent hospital-acquired infection, patients are likely to get past the ingredient — human feces. “There’s a popular misconception that all stool is […]

Via Xconomy —Arrowhead Research, whose research and development operations are headquartered in Madison, said a therapeutic it’s developing could potentially prevent blood clots and treat angioedema, a condition marked by the swelling of blood vessels. Arrowhead (NASDAQ:ARWR) recently presented animal study data at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Annual Meeting. The company’s stock price […]