Wisconsin Technology Council President Tom Still will help introduce the 2008 “IQ Awards” during Wednesday’s luncheon at the Small Business Times BizTech Expo at the Wisconsin Innovation Center at State Fair Park. The winners are:  
— Analogix Inc., Burlington: National leader in flash chromatography equipment.
– Bradley Corp., Menomonee Falls: Developed first light-powered handwashing fixture.
— Cardiovascular Surgery Associates S.C., Milwaukee: On cutting-edge of robotic surgery technique.
— Connecture Inc., Waukesha: Developed new software for regional health plans.
— GemEx Systems Inc., Mequon: Developed the BrillianceScope diamond spectrophotometer.
— Kunde Healthcare Services Inc., Oconomowoc: Developed the Halo Safety Ring for nursing homes.
— Plastic Components Inc., Germantown: Developed automated manufacturing cells.
— ReServe Interactive, Delafield: Developed productivity software for hospitality industry.
— Sleep Wellness Institute, West Allis: Developed at-home sleep apnea detection device.
— World Class Wire & Cable, Waukesha: Developed the Drumbox wire winding system.