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FDA approves device to help the blind

The FDA approved a medical device from Middleton-based Wicab Inc. designed to help blind people process visual images around them with their tongues.

DNA sequencing company opens Madison manufacturing facility

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Illumina Inc., a San Diego company that is the market leader in DNA sequencing technologies, opened a 13,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Madison June 11.

Intuitive Biosciences gets $1.3 million in investments

Intuitive Biosciences Inc., makers of protein analysis tools for the life sciences industry, has raised nearly half of a proposed $2.9 million offering, according to a filing with federal securities regulators.

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40 Under 40, 2015 Class, Part 4

Drifty creates 'pickax' for high-tech gold rush

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Drifty co-founder Max Lynch. The Madison startup creates mobile development tools targeted at Web developers. "There's a gold rush right now with apps, and everyone's trying to build the next great app, so we're just here to kind of make it easier for people to do that," says Lynch.

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