One of the city’s largest and oldest bioscience operations has unveiled an expanded production facility for its flagship product: a lab-grown substitute for human skin.
A UW-Madison student and entrepreneur is trying to make buying and selling cups of coffee at independent shops more convenient.
DarkAero was founded by UW–Madison alumni and siblings Keegan, River, and Ryley Karl. They are among 25 companies that advanced to the final stages of the Governor’s Business Plan competition.
Noted: The UW–Madison Center for Dairy Research will create one-of-a-kind public resource for entrepreneurs with access to pilot plant and consulting services.
Madison has an unemployment rate of only 1.60 percent for women. About 20 percent of women have an income over $75,000. Almost 30 percent of the women in the city have at least a Bachelor’s degree. …
Noted: Holos is a UW–Madison spinout company that uses virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality, one of two local companies developing technologies for the United States Air Force. Holos took part in a mentorship program …
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a novel sensor that can be used in smartphone-sized devices to detect dangerous chemicals based on a unique “fingerprint” of absorbed and emitted light.
Researchers drew inspiration from easy-to-read weather maps and consulted with doctors to provide guidance at a glance of the likelihood a pathogen will respond to a particular drug in different parts of the state.
A composite material discovered at UW-Madison, derived from cranberry chemicals and seafood shells, is being used to develop a CBD lotion for skin disorders.
Ask venture capitalists why they do what they do, and you’ll hear some different takes. For Ken Johnson, who founded seven different companies before launching Kegonsa Capital Partners in 2004, venture capital — the business …