Ten years after its launch, the Cool Science Image (CSI) Contest is as hot as ever. Sponsored by Promega, Corp. with additional support from the UW–Madison Division of the Arts, the annual competition invites UW-Madison students, staff, and faculty to submit photos and videos that depict an object or phenomenon from any discipline.
Madison-based biotech Immuto Scientific Inc. announced that it has successfully closed on a $2.3 million seed-funding round. The funding will enable the company to scale up equipment and staffing to provide commercial analytical research services.
The Madison-based Creative Destruction Lab aims to boost Wisconsin’s economy by helping growth-oriented companies in the state flourish. Students from various disciplines can participate in that process through a year-long course at the university.
UW–Madison The UW Board of Regents today approved a memorandum of understanding between the Board of Regents and the University Research Park (URP) to strategically utilize UW–Madison’s real estate assets to advance its public academic …
InBusiness Madison BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation Inc. announced a $150,000 investment in the University of Wisconsin licensed spinoff company Immuto Scientific Inc., according to a release from Brightstar. The 3-year-old Madison startup has developed a process that enables pharmaceutical companies …
At Forward BIOLABS in University Research Park, a nonprofit coworking life sciences lab founded in September 2018, members can rent space by the 6-foot bench.
Nearly 8.5k new, first-year students enrolled during fall semester By Rich Kremer, Wisconsin Public Radio A record number of freshman students enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this fall. Other state colleges touted increases in …
Janesville’s SHINE Medical Technologies LLC has changed its name to SHINE Technologies LLC as it moves toward the company’s ultimate goal — fusion energy.
Madison’s Pill Skills is among 12 burgeoning Wisconsin startups now able to receive a collective $220,000 in grants from a seed fund housed Downtown.
Wisconsin Inno’s 2021 “rising tech leaders to watch” list includes UW–Madison student and graduate of our Innovation to Market (I2M) and Igniter programs, Umer Sohail.