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.
Emerging companies may apply through Feb. 22 to meet with major firms and explore potential business relationships around technology needs and innovation as part of the 10th annual Wisconsin Tech Summ
"We are producing the basic science knowledge on campus to generate the fuels and chemicals that will allow us to have a decarbonized economy and create environmental and economic benefits for the peo
President Joe Biden praised Madison on Friday for purchasing 46 electric buses to benefit the environment and public health. “Like in Madison, Wisconsin, where Mayor (Satya) Rhodes-Conway is buying 46
Gene therapies have the potential to treat neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, but they face a common barrier — the blood-brain barrier. Now, researchers at the Universit