Madison Vaccines is moving forward in its fight against prostate cancer with more investments and federal authorization.
Human skin tissue made by Stratatech Corp. healed the wounds of nearly 30 patients with deep burns at least as well as their own skin did, even when the therapeutic tissue had been stored for months
The BIO 2015 Business Scholarship Program enables Wisconsin bioscience companies (health, agriculture, energy, medical device, etc.) to participate fully in the BIO 2015 International Convention.
Madison still has a long way to go to be considered a startup hub. Yet there are new signs that it could be poised for an entrepreneurial liftoff, given its top-notch research university, the nation’s largest electronic health records firm in Epic Systems and no shortage of educated, enthusiastic young people.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) announced today that it will provide tax credits of up to $9 million to Exact Sciences Corp. (NASDAQ: EXAS) as part of the cancer diagnostics company’s ongoing growth in the state.
Madison is in a sweet spot when it comes to creating health care IT software, programs and applications, thanks in large part to the success of Epic Systems, the electronic medical records giant located in nearby Verona. So says Mark Bakken, founder of HealthX Ventures and the former head of Nordic Consulting Partners.
Cellular Dynamics International, Inc. announced that it has manufactured, under current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), stem cell lines from two HLA “superdonors.”
Conroy is being recognized for leading Exact Sciences to being a significant force in the national fight against cancer.
Exact Sciences Corp. and Mayo Clinic today announced a five-year extension and expansion of their collaboration, broadening their efforts to develop screening, surveillance and diagnostic tests beyond colorectal cancer to address other diseases within the gastrointestinal tract.
A lot of times, when we think about tech businesses, we think about California and the Silicon Valley. But over the years, Madison has become a Midwestern hot spot for up-and-coming tech start ups.