The University of Wisconsin–Madison community lost a significant figure with the passing of Dr. Mark Cook. Dr. Cook, whose research yielded advances in human health and food production, held 40 patents and founded three startups, including Ab E Discovery.
Author Archive | Kevin
Representatives from 88 businesses visited the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus Wednesday to learn how to get ahead by tapping UW–Madison resources.
The “Drones & Cones” event at URP highlighted how drone technology can enhance entrepreneurial efforts.
gener8tor is bringing its latest series of training programs for entrepreneurs to Madison, WI, as part of a new partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s computer sciences department.
Stemina Biomarker Discovery Inc. announced that Dr. Heiner Dreismann, former head of Roche Molecular Diagnostics, has joined the Board of Directors to bring his extensive experience in commercialization strategy to the company as it prepares to go to market with its autism diagnostic test panel.
WARF is blazing forward with efforts to turn UW-Madison discoveries into products on the market, and will triple its spending on entrepreneurial programs over the next several years.
DotCom Therapy, a Madison, WI-based startup that has developed software allowing the dozens of therapists it employs to provide remote speech therapy services to schoolchildren, captured first place in one of Wisconsin’s more closely watched pitch competitions on Monday.
DotCom Therapy — a company that provides speech and language therapy to patients via live videoconferencing, and that just moved to University Research Parkl this spring — won the Pressure Chamber pitch competition Monday at the Overture Center.
Dozens of cities around the nation (including Madison!) have everything Silicon Valley does, except the crushing costs.
The annual eight-day event is in its eighth year and includes more than 50 sessions, including five separate pitch contests and panel discussions on a variety of issues.