This month’s launch of Bunker Labs, located at University Research Park in Madison, the creation of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce in Milwaukee and the introduction of the Veterans Entrepreneurial Transition Act of 2015 in Congress are examples of efforts to help returning vets find a job — often by creating their own.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison held its fourth place ranking in research expenditures among U.S. universities, despite a continuing erosion of federal and state funding, according to a new survey by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
gener8tor announced the participants of its second gBETA cohort, a new, pre-seed version of the nationally ranked accelerator program, which provides intensive, individualized mentorship and coaching to its companies, as well as access to gener8tor’s network of customers, mentors and investors. gBeta is located in URP’s @1403 entrepreneurial hub.
Nestled in the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, right across the street from the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, a brick building, christened “@1403,” will serve as a space to help foster and support entrepreneurship in Madison.
University Research Park launched @1403, a place for campus entrepreneurs to access university and community resources for startup businesses.
Veterans who want to start businesses in the Madison area will be able to get a helping hand from Bunker Labs, a Chicago nonprofit that started a branch at University Research Park.
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Exact Sciences Corp. announced that it will continue collaborating with the City of Madison in an attempt to establish a headquarters in Madison and is in discussions with the University of Wisconsin to develop a biotech campus that expands the company’s existing operations at University Research Park.
In a major turnabout, Exact Sciences Corp. is withdrawing from the massive Judge Doyle Square project south of Capitol Square and now intends to expand at the University Research Park on the West Side, company officials announced Monday.
A recent panel in Madison said that the Milwaukee and Madison business sectors have a lot to learn from each other and should work together to help strengthen business in Wisconsin as a whole.