Exact Sciences Corp.’s fortunes are on the upswing. Sales of its Cologuard test for colorectal cancer are on the rise, its stock is hitting record highs, and the company has padded its coffers with the sale of even more stock. Its new research and development center is fully occupied, and Exact is looking for more […]
A report by JLL, the Jones Lang LaSalle professional services firm, says Madison is one of five “emerging tech hot spots” that growing tech companies should consider when they’re looking to hire employees or add locations, instead of paying high Silicon Valley prices.
Stratatech said this week that the first patient has been enrolled in a Phase 3 clinical trial of the cell-based regenerative skin tissue the company is developing.
Ranked sixth in the nation among universities for research and development expenditures, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a powerful economic engine in the region and across the state.
Bunker Labs helps veterans vet their ideas, letting them know if their brainstorm is viable or likely destined for failure, and connects them with venture capital firms, corporate lawyers who specialize in startups, specialists in patents and others who can help start and build a business.
University Research Park has, once again, paired up with a local bee keeper to welcome two small bee hives to the Park’s prairie.
URP Managing Director Aaron Olver was part of a panel that discussed a report that examines the economic impact of “tech hubs” in the United States. The report identifies Madison as one of the four hubs of industry and innovation positively impacting research and economic growth.
You do not have to live near an ocean to take the plunge into innovation and entrepreneurship. While eight of the ten U.S. universities conducting over $1 billion of R&D each year are in states bordering an ocean, two of the nation’s research powerhouses – the University of Wisconsin – Madison and University of Michigan […]
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.