UW-Madison’s new Alumni Park opened at a special ceremony on Friday, and the rain failed to inhibit enthusiasm for the new green space and story park that’s been under construction for more than a year. Exhibits tell the stories of more than 200 alumni, and there are 7,877 trees, shrubs, grasses, and perennials planted in […]
A new video aimed at recruiting people to come to Madison to work and live wowed the crowd at the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner Wednesday night. The 56-second video is a 360-degree view of the city, from the lakes and from the air, showcasing Madison as a place of innovation, activity and […]
A University Research Park based biotech startup with ambitious goals is adding staff and expanding testing capabilities as it seeks early-stage investment. JangoBio is trying to develop regenerative therapy products which would diminish the effects of aging caused by imbalanced hormones. By regrowing certain tissues in the body, the company seeks to recreate the hormonal […]
Dr. Lynn Allen-Hoffmann, Founder and former CEO of Stratatech Corporation, now a Mallinckrodt company; current Senior Vice President of Regenerative Medicine at Mallinckrodt; and Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at University of Wisconsin-Madison, will receive the Hector F. DeLuca Scientific Achievement Award, celebrating her exceptional success in developing regenerative medicine products that have the […]
Representatives from 88 businesses visited the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus Wednesday to learn how to get ahead by tapping UW–Madison resources.
The “Drones & Cones” event at URP highlighted how drone technology can enhance entrepreneurial efforts.
gener8tor is bringing its latest series of training programs for entrepreneurs to Madison, WI, as part of a new partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s computer sciences department.
WARF is blazing forward with efforts to turn UW-Madison discoveries into products on the market, and will triple its spending on entrepreneurial programs over the next several years.
Dozens of cities around the nation (including Madison!) have everything Silicon Valley does, except the crushing costs.
The annual eight-day event is in its eighth year and includes more than 50 sessions, including five separate pitch contests and panel discussions on a variety of issues.