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.
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 […]