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.
Women in Biohealth (WIB) is an organization developed to support and create a network for professional women in biohealth in the Madison, Wisconsin area.
A report by JLL, the Jones Lang LaSalle professional services firm, says Madison is one of five “emerging tech hot spots” that growing tech companies should consider when they’re looking to hire employees or add locations, instead of paying high Silicon Valley prices.
The latest “Wisconsin Portfolio,” an annual report by the Wisconsin Technology Council, provides statistical evidence of what many observers of the early stage economy already suspected. There are more deals taking place in Wisconsin as more promising, high-growth companies are launched.
An Eau Claire startup that developed a product to maintain or regain a firefighter’s orientation during a fire took home the grand prize in the 14th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), which serves as the designated patent management organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison, moved up to sixth place among the Top 100 Worldwide Universities which were granted U.S. utility patents in 2016.
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.
Ranked sixth in the nation among universities for research and development expenditures, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a powerful economic engine in the region and across the state.
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.