Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


Tech, art, and design of ‘smart’ cities converge through Wisconsin company

Six weeks ago in the art-conscious town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a somewhat eclectic group of technologists, architects, city planners, fabricators, and artists of all persuasions got together to talk about the future of art and how it can transform public settings.

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How economy plays into ‘right track, wrong track’ opinions

Good political pollsters are quick to issue warning labels when it comes to head-to-head matchups between candidates in an election.

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It’s not just Madison anymore: Wisconsin knows tech

As a study by the nation’s largest computer technology association affirmed this month, Madison is one of the top “tech towns” in the United States. It ranked 14th on a list of 20 cities, mostly much larger metros, released by the Computing Technology Industry Association.

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Improving academic research payoff in Wisconsin requires people, facilities

By some standards, Wisconsin is a leader among the states when it comes to academic research. In other ways, Wisconsin is not a model for how academic R&D should work.

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Reach of angel, venture capital extends beyond portfolio companies

Most people think of venture capital as a big-city sport, with East and West Coast metros standing out as major-league players.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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