Keep up with the latest news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:

—Members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s football team are using a device developed by the startup Isomark that gives them feedback on how they’re metabolizing food, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. The device, called Energy Balance, reportedly tells users what and how much “metabolic fuel”—fat, protein, and carbohydrates—they’re burning while exercising. According to the report, Isomark won’t need FDA approval to sell the Energy Balance; that sets it apart from the Madison-based company’s Canary breath analyzer, which is designed to detect deadly infections in patients. Read the full story here.