The capital region of Wisconsin has been churning out tech entrepreneurs and innovative firms, many located at University Research Park, whose primary purpose is the promotion of personal health and wellness.
UW-Madison researcher Mark Cook and his spinout, Ab E Discovery, located at URP, are set to smash business as usual.
A $10 million commercial biotech plant laboratory in Middleton that helped develop genetically modified plants and crops was donated by Monsanto Co. to UW-Madison, which has made it the hub of a new crop research center.
Stemina Biomarker, located at University Research Park, said a blood test to identify several foods or vitamin supplements that children with autism disorder cannot process in the normal way could be available as soon as a year from now.
Capio Biosciences, a startup company that is working to fight cancer, moved to Madison’s University Research Park from Chicago, bringing along its first round of funds from investors.
URP tenant, WiscNet is making a great in-person first impression with its newly designed lobby, featuring a vertical garden (aka “living wall”).
The 14th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest, designed to encourage entrepreneurs in the startup stage of tech-based businesses in Wisconsin, is accepting online entries for the 2017 competition.
Investors rubbed elbows with entrepreneurs as some of the state’s hottest young companies were showcased at the annual Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium at Monona Terrace this week.
Thirty-six companies, including 12 that are located at URP, will be recognized at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium as recipients of federal SBIR research grants, which are aimed at promoting commercial use of academic research and development.
As international health organizations discuss how to respond to antibiotic resistance around the world, Wisconsin regulators are monitoring the issue statewide and researchers, such as Ab E Discovery, located at URP, are developing new ways to treat animals without using antibiotics.