University Research Park is currently seeking an Associate Director to serve as Chief Operating Officer with a particular emphasis on overseeing the Park’s real estate operations.
After serving the University of Wisconsin – Madison and the technology ecosystem for more than two decades, Greg Hyer, University Research Park Associate Director, is leaving for new adventures.
Fifty-three entries from 23 communities have advanced to the semi-final round of the 13th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
Dave Pagliarini, Director of Metabolism at the Morgridge Institute for Research and Associate Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has received the U.S. government’s highest honor for scientists in the early stages of their careers.
In the last five years, the buzz around Madison’s tech scene has reached record levels. The Madison metropolitan area received about $63 million dollars in venture capital, which is equivalent to $100 per capita.
UW-Milwaukee joins UW-Madison as the only other Wisconsin university to earn the highest rating for a research institution.
Businesses in Madison and the surrounding region are remarkably healthy and optimistic about their future.
UW-Madison’s Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic offers entrepreneurs a free way to iron out the legal ramifications involved in running a business.
Madison had $63.21 million in venture capital investments in 2012, and the city’s $100 in investments per capita ranked it 14th in the world.
Madison has been ranked the seventh best metro area in the country for technology professionals by WalletHub.com.