Created by leading psycho-oncologists, the Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) program is based on Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), a therapeutic combination of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, and simple practices designed to let go of fears, concerns, and focus on living well. MBCR is open to all cancer patients and survivors, and their support network.
To thank BioForward members for their continued support, BioForward’s End of Year celebration is a FREE event. This special event promises to be a night full of festivities, networking, and recognition as we come together to honor the remarkable achievements of the biohealth industry. It’s also an occasion to celebrate the Wisconsin Biohealth Tech Hub’s Phase 1 designation—a significant milestone that wouldn’t have been possible without the dedication and innovation of our members.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Arts Business Competition encourages new thinking and innovative ideas. The campus-wide competition provides support for student-driven projects. Entrants develop and submit a detailed proposal for an arts event, exhibition, performance series, commercial venture, or other artistic project.
Administered in partnership between Discovery to Product and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, the Draper TIF provides a mechanism to support the additional research often necessary to bring new concepts and inventions to the patent and licensing stage. The program goal is the eventual introduction of new products and processes into the marketplace for the public good.
The State Economic Engagement & Development (SEED) Research Program grants are administered by Discovery to Product (D2P). SEED grants allow UW–Madison faculty and academic staff with ownership in a Wisconsin company to apply for funding to engage in innovative research, generate additional private and public sector support for their research programs, and promote technology transfer between the University and industry.