Established in 1984, URP, a University of Wisconsin-Madison affiliate, is an internationally recognized research and technology park that supports early-stage, and growth-oriented businesses in a range of sectors, including engineering, computational and life sciences.
By 2020, University Research Park’s footprint, the portfolio of labs and offices we manage, will be 40% larger than it was in 2010. From nascent research in lab petri dishes to scaling players investing in new facilities, Madison’s technology cluster is booming.
Hosted by Wisconsin Energy Institute assistant editor Michelle Chung and undergraduate communications intern Mary Riker, Propelling Women in Power is a podcast about the careers of women in energy at
With over 17 million active users and valued at $3 billion, Fetch Rewards is looking to expand from grocery chains into other retail stores and restaurants.
President Joe Biden signed a bill last week which will allocate more than $280 billion over five years into the U.S. semiconductor chip industry.
The GEAR Network is led by a team from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Yale University School of Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the