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Ayla Annac, CEO of Invivo Sciences

How genetically engineered human micro-hearts can save lives | Ayla Annac | TEDx

In this groundbreaking talk Ayla Annac, CEO of Invivo Sciences discusses how micro human-hearts are pioneering life saving drug discovery and diagnostics for heart diseases, cancer treatments and rare diseases. Ayla is a co-founder of InvivoSciences, Inc., which has pioneered the development of ‘human micro hearts for discovery’. Its patented 3D human cell culture and […]

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Jim Hartlieb

Hiring, wages and profits all rise, Madison-area business leaders say in survey

Dane County business leaders say 2018 has given them plenty to cheer about — including more employees — and they expect much the same in 2019. Three-fourths of the local executives who replied to the annual First Business Bank Economic Survey said sales jumped in 2018 and even more, 78 percent, expect revenue to increase […]

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illumina

Illumina Announces a New Genotyping Array and Scientific Contribution to Three Genome Centers to Support the All of Us Research Program

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 6, 2018–Illumina, Inc. (NASDAQ: ILMN) today announced the launch of its new high-density genotyping array, the Infinium™ Global Diversity Array. This new array was developed for and inspired by the Research Program. The  All of Us  Research Program is a historic effort to gather data from one million or more people living in […]

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EAT STREET

EatStreet snaps up campus award for entrepreneurship

The founders of EatStreet, a national food ordering and delivery company, were honored Nov. 14 with the UW–Madison 2018 Entrepreneurial Achievement Award. EatStreet is rooted in Madison, where in 2010 three UW–Madison undergraduates grew frustrated with a clunky restaurant takeout ordering process. In response, Matt Howard, Eric Martell and Alex Wyler “cooked up” an improved, online ordering […]

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Lincoln statue in front of Bascom Hall

UW–Madison retains research ranking

The National Science Foundation on Nov. 20 released its 2017 Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey data, showing that UW–Madison placed 6th in its rankings. In last year’s HERD survey report, capturing 2016 data, UW–Madison also ranked 6th. Data on UW–Madison’s 2017 expenditures show the university remains a research powerhouse with more than $1.19 billion […]

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WHBF

WISCONSIN HEALTHCARE BUSINESS FORUM AIMS TO CONNECT BUSINESSES WITH HEALTH PROVIDERS

Telling the story of how healthcare quality can help build and retain a strong workforce while better connecting young tech-based businesses with the state’s leading healthcare providers are among the missions of the Wisconsin Healthcare Business Forum. The creation of the Healthcare Business Forum was announced Tuesday by Eric Borgerding, president and chief executive officer […]

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WICELL

Small miracle: Stem cells drive research and entrepreneurship in Madison

In 1998, University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers made waves in the worlds of biology and medicine, revealing they had five examples of human embryonic stem cells  — biological building blocks at the foundation of cellular development — successfully isolated and growing on laboratory dishes. Visit the Madison-based stem cell bank WiCell today, and you’ll find a library of […]

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