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.
Business schools and university STEM programs are providing deeper resources and a more supportive culture for students looking to launch a start-up before graduation.
StartingBlock’s Scott Resnick and gener8tor’s Sara Woldt discuss the success of Madison’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, including Madworks, Bunker Labs, and the UW Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank had a two-part pitch for Foxconn executives when she chatted with them during a dinner at the governor’s mansion earlier this month.
The 2017 Wisconsin Science Festival on November 2-5 will celebrate one of the great scientific “firsts” that Wisconsin bestowed on the world — the birth of public radio — while gazing into the future of radio technology, including the search for extraterrestrial life.
By Judy Warner, Altium In 2013, Elon Musk introduced the concept of a Hyperloop transit system in a white paper. He proposed a completely open source approach to its development and invited universities to participate in a pod competition. SpaceX funded the construction of a near-mile subscale version of a vacuum tube in which to […]
Throughout its history, UW-Madison has ranked in the top five research universities in the country—not by accident, but by a meticulously cultivated ecosystem fueled by some of the brightest brains, a uniquely cooperative spirit, collaborative infrastructure, innovative partnerships and a thriving entrepreneurial spirit.
In Madison, Wisconsin the tech job market grew 5% in 2013-2014 and a whopping 30% in 2015-2016, making it the market with the most momentum.
Women in Biohealth (WIB) is an organization developed to support and create a network for professional women in biohealth in the Madison, Wisconsin area.