URP Managing Director Aaron Olver was part of a panel that discussed a report that examines the economic impact of “tech hubs” in the United States. The report identifies Madison as one of the four hubs of industry and innovation positively impacting research and economic growth.
A panel of alumni and faculty led by Kevin Conroy, CEO of Exact Sciences, addressed the issue of education and the future of the biotech industry on March 23, 2017 at the Wisconsin Institute for Medical Research (WIMR). Listen to the podcast of the discussion here.
You do not have to live near an ocean to take the plunge into innovation and entrepreneurship. While eight of the ten U.S. universities conducting over $1 billion of R&D each year are in states bordering an ocean, two of the nation’s research powerhouses – the University of Wisconsin – Madison and University of Michigan […]
The Master of Science in Biotechnology Program celebrates its 15th year in 2017, and it’s looking to continue to meet the needs of the biotechnology industry in an ever-changing industry climate.
The capital region of Wisconsin has been churning out tech entrepreneurs and innovative firms, many located at University Research Park, whose primary purpose is the promotion of personal health and wellness.
StartingBlock’s Scott Resnick and gener8tor’s Sara Woldt discuss Madison’s growing, dynamic entrepreneurial ecosystem and its major players, including 100state, Doyenne Group, gBeta, and Madworks.
Looking to eat fresh and healthy this year? Consider signing up for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share with pickup right here in the Park!
UW-Madison researcher Mark Cook and his spinout, Ab E Discovery, located at URP, are set to smash business as usual.
In Madison, is taking increasingly different forms in diverse locations, including Madworks Coworking located at URP.
A new generation of entrepreneurs and their partners are building Wisconsin’s 21st century “knowledge economy” on a foundation that has long included expertise in manufacturing and agriculture, but which has expanded to include health care, software, financial services, energy innovation and more.