The Madison Startup Fair on University of Wisconsin-Madison’s campus brings together a cross-section of local startups each year, from software to 3D printing technology to alternative insulation material for outdoor gear.
With its home test kit for colorectal cancer now available for use in the U.S. and Europe, Exact Sciences Corp. has become one of the fastest-growing businesses in the Madison area.
14 major Wisconsin companies will engage in a series of 15-minute meetings with emerging companies from across the state which apply for the chance to pitch their products, services and ideas at the Wisconsin Tech Summit.
Invenra has raised just over $2 million from investors that it will use to further develop its cell-free protein expression technology, a new SEC filing shows.
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.
As part of Capital Entrepreneurs’ series, profiling Madison startups, Ten Forward Consulting, located at Madworks Coworking, discusses its successes and development during 2014.
Dairyvative, a University Research Park resident company, is among 5 Wisconsin companies to receive investment funding from the BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation, a nonprofit that raises funds to invest in Wisconsin companies.
Semba Biosciences, a University Research Park resident company, was one of eight Wisconsin companies to receive $75,000 grants from the SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Advance Program, a $1 million initiative that provides capital to entrepreneurs to help commercialize high-tech innovation. High-tech companies get commercialization boost via $75,000 grants A novel treatment to heal chronic wounds […]
Cord Blood Registry® (CBR®) and Cellular Dynamics International (NASDAQ: ICEL) (CDI) announced today that they have entered into a research collaboration to reprogram newborn stem cells from both umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord tissue collected, processed and cryopreserved under CBR’s protocols into induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) using CDI’s proprietary methods. Through this research […]
Since the inception of the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest in 2004, more than 2,900 entries have been received and about $1.8 million in cash and services have been awarded to emerging Wisconsin businesses.