The University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the top 50 entrepreneurial schools in the nation, according to a new report
By Brian Mattmiller, Morgridge Institute Dave Pagliarini, a University of Wisconsin-Madison associate professor whose departmental home put metabolism research on the map worldwide, will help define the future of Wisconsin metabolism science as a lead investigator at the Morgridge Institute for Research. Pagliarini joins Morgridge from the UW-Madison Department of Biochemistry, which is home to […]
University Research Park Managing Director Aaron Olver says there is still room for innovation at the Park, which was established 31 years ago to help turn research at the UW into commercial businesses.
The craft beer market is booming, which is good news for Capital Brewery, one of Wisconsin’s first craft breweries. But the craft scene shifts quickly, and to keep up, Capital recently enlisted help from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has awarded a $200,000 grant to Madison-based Doyenne Group Inc. to support women-led innovative ventures in Wisconsin. The Doyenne Evergreen Fund will provide $400,000 in early-stage capital sourced from a WEDC Capital Catalyst Program grant and matching funds raised by Doyenne. “At a time when women are the breadwinners […]
The Madworks Accelerator is offering grants to early stage startups to participate in a high energy 10-week lean startup program.
For the second year in a row, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been ranked 25th worldwide and 18th nationally by the Center for World University Rankings.
UW–Madison — along with its affiliated organizations and start-up companies — has a $15 billion impact on Wisconsin and supports 193,310 jobs, according to new data released this spring.
A new federal designation will move 14 counties in south-central and southwestern Wisconsin to the front of the line for perhaps $75 million in federal grants over the next two years for a series of projects in the food manufacturing and biotech sectors.
URP Managing Director Aaron Olver delivered a keynote during the International Economic Development Council’s Economic Future Forum that emphasized the fact that successful innovation requires communication and collisions of people to spark new ideas.