Terry Sivesind’s dedication to entrepreneurship earns him a spot on Madison Magazine’s 2016 M List, which is dedicated to the Madison area’s most influential mentors and teachers.
If the highest function of art is to communicate ideas, then a recent and curious collection of technical drawings is very fine art, indeed. The inventive exhibit is about exactly that — inventions — historic inventions created at UW-Madison, and the patent illustrations that describe them.
With spin-off investments Grail and Helix, and a new software-savvy CEO, Illumina is poised to make DNA an even bigger part of your life.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison ranked 14th among all universities in the world in a count of how many venture capital-backed entrepreneurs it has spawned, according to a report by Pitchbook Data.
Stratatech Corp., whose human skin tissue products are used to heal severe burns, is now part of the UK’s Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals but will stay in Madison and keep all of its 55 jobs.
Despite poor rankings for entrepreneurial activity, some Wisconsin startups, including several located at University Research Park, are thriving.
A “pitch night” at the Madworks business accelerator on campus made significant monetary awards to two Madison businesses with roots in UW–Madison.
An annual report ranks the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), the private nonprofit foundation that manages intellectual property on behalf of the University of Wisconsin—Madison, as 7th among the world’s universities in U.S. patents issued in 2015.
WARF’s new managing director, Erik Iverson takes the helm of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation as the 91-year-old organization is hitting a major “inflection point.”
Aldevron and the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering are pleased to announce that their collaborative project on the development of decision support tools for biomanufacturing has been awarded first place in the 2016 Applied Research Challenge organized by the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS).