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Mark Bugher, who helped to mold UW–Madison’s University Research Park into an economic and technology transfer force admired nationally, plans to retire in October.
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents voted Friday afternoon in favor of naming three UW–Madison buildings and a campus complex after renowned biochemist Hector F. DeLuca.
The State of Wisconsin Investment Board and Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation are creating an early-stage venture capital fund focused on information technology.
Last year more than 125 graduate students and postdocs competed for cash prizes and research grants in WARF’s inaugural Discovery Challenge. But one research associate in the School of Medicine and Public Health received an unexpected distinction.
Eight outstanding faculty members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been named winners of this year’s Kellett Mid-Career Awards.
Eight promising young UW–Madison faculty have been honored with Romnes Faculty Fellowships.
Four University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty members - Hector DeLuca, James Dahlberg, Thomas Lipo and Max Lagally - are among 101 innovators elected to the charter class of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
A new company making a high-speed, accurate and user-friendly instrument that reveals the molecular structure of proteins, drugs, and other important materials is the latest spinoff from the University of Wisconsin–Madison chemistry department.
After a rousing debut last fall, the Wisconsin Science Festival returns for its second year this Sept. 27-30 with an even bigger and bolder schedule of people, music, art and explosions bringing the wonders of science to life for all ages.
Winslow Sargeant, chief counsel for advocacy at the Small Business Administration and a UW–Madison engineering graduate, will discuss the most pressing issues confronting technology ventures in Wisconsin and beyond at a free roundtable discussion on Wednesday, Aug. 22.
AhR Pharmaceuticals Inc. and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) have signed an exclusive license agreement for ITE, a natural hormone discovered by University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers with properties helpful in treating cancer, obesity and immune system disorders.
After a rousing debut last fall in Madison, the Wisconsin Science Festival is encouraging supporters of learning and science from around the state to help expand the festival during its second year by staging local events this Sept. 27-30.
California’s Santa Rita Jail just got a little more secure this week, thanks to the completion of a $14 million “microgrid” project that gives the facility its own autonomous power supply — a feat rooted in University of Wisconsin–Madison technology.
Tim Gill, traffic manager at Amazon's Shopbop.com, founded and based in Madison, will discuss how startup companies can use Facebook, Twitter and other digital networking forums to market themselves at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21, as the guest speaker at the next Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Gilson Bootstrapping event.
The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, the innovative 330,000-sqaure-foot public-private facility that opened just more than a year ago on the UW–Madison campus, has been named the 2012 Laboratory of the Year.
What happens when you mix one part Aldo Leopold, another part Frank Lloyd Wright and add a pinch of Indiana Jones? Anyone can find out with a visit to the first Wisconsin Science Festival, an educational and fun-filled exploration of science and art taking stage across several sites in Madison from Sept. 22-25.
Business experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison business school and the Center for Innovation and Business Development at UW-Whitewater will discuss the use of market…
Speakers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, which offers startup businesses the pro bono legal services of UW law students supervised by faculty and private sector attorneys, will discuss key legal issues confronting entrepreneurs at this evening's Gilson Bootstrapping event. The program begins at 5 p.m. today (March 30) in the Town Center of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, 330 N. Orchard St.
A panel of experts will discuss funding opportunities available to young firms for advancing the research and development of their technologies at the WARF Gilson Bootstrapping seminar being held Wednesday, March 23.