Five young companies from the Madison area are among 13 finalists that have made it to the final round of judging for the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
A recent Madison Region Economic Partnership event highlighted the benefits of diversity in the workforce.
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.
We are excited to announce that illumina is building a new Madison Campus here in University Research Park on Research Park Boulevard, near Odana Road. The building is scheduled to be completed in November of 2018.
Dave Pagliarini, lead investigator of metabolism for the Morgridge Institute for Research and associate professor of biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is being recognized for major early-career achievement by The Protein Society.
University Research Park has, once again, paired up with a local bee keeper to welcome two small bee hives to the Park’s prairie.
Scientists in Madison are preparing to join colleagues in more than 400 cities across the globe in a March for Science on Earth Day. The event will include a march, a rally and a science expo on the Library Mall.
Wisconsin tech companies added an estimated 3,909 jobs in 2016 — a 4 percent increase — according to Cyberstates 2017, an annual analysis of the nation’s technology industry.
A few years ago, venture capital conference audiences were comprised predominantly of investors from stand-alone venture funds. Today, however, the makeup includes many more “in-house” funds within larger corporations.
Twenty-six entries representing sectors as broad as social media, health technologies and innovations in products or services are competing in the finalist round of the 14th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.