A survey just completed by the Wisconsin Alumni Association shows a substantial level of business startups among graduates of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Tactile Communication and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory (TCNL) recently received $4.5 million from the Department of Defense to conduct research on the efficacy of a traumatic brain injury therapy, developed in the UW-Madison lab, for use on military personnel.
University Research Park was proud to host the international delegation and appreciated the opportunity to showcase the innovation being developed by leading-edge life sciences and technology companies here in the Park.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison continues to be one of the state of Wisconsin’s greatest economic engines, accounting for $15 billion in economic impact statewide according to a new report.
Twenty-four entries, representing a variety of sectors, are competing in the finalist round of the 12th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
University Research Park and UW-Madison continue to be significant catalysts for job creation in Wisconsin.
In 2013, with 160 patents, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) was near the pinnacle of the university patent heap.
The Madworks seed accelerator in Madison, WI, one of several grant-based startup accelerators launched in the state last year, is starting to show some early, but small, success.
The 12th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest is accepting entries online for the 2015 competition until 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.
Until now, Cellular Dynamics has been solely a provider of cells to use as research tools, but it recently took a small step toward creating a therapy with its first development deal.