Madworks Coworking had a lot to celebrate during a gathering at University Research Park on Tuesday. Madworks is celebrating its first year at the Park, as well as the launch of its first seed accelerator program.
University of Wisconsin Law School’s Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic—in partnership with University Research Park, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and local entrepreneurs—is launching a summer accelerator program to help 11 promising entrepreneurs.
“Madworks Coworking at UW Campus, a pilot seed accelerator, launches next week with a $90,000 grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Out of about 70 applicants, a group of 11 startups were accepted into the inaugural class, says Anne Smith, a co-founder of the accelerator. The startups range from data analytics to medical devices, […]
Eleven young companies will get a heap of business advice this summer as participants in a new, 10-week business accelerator program in Madison.
Madworks Coworking, which is launching an accelerator program on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, announces its first class of companies to begin the program this summer.
Ultratec, Inc., the world’s largest provider of text telecommunications devices for people with hearing loss, is breaking ground to expand its corporate headquarters in the University of Wisconsin Research Park on Madison’s west side.
FluGen has raised $3.4 million in convertible debt financing to help the Madison, WI-based biotech startup push its universal flu vaccine into human trials next year, Xconomy has learned.
Finalists representing diverse tech-based sectors in Wisconsin’s startup economy will present live to judges in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest during the 12th annual Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Madison.
In this article, Snowshoe, located in Madworks Coworking at University Research Park, discusses its innovative approach to 3D Printing.
Thomas “Rock” Mackie, director of medical engineering at the Morgridge Institute for Research, will receive the highest honor in the field of medical physics for his game-changing contributions to medical imaging.