Engineering faculty trio lands grants to support spinout work

Three faculty members from the College of Engineering have received funding from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Discovery to Product office through the state of Wisconsin’s State Economic Engagement and Development (SEED) Program.

The program funds innovative research that helps commercialize technologies developed by UW-Madison faculty and staff and carried forward through spinout companies. The engineering faculty among this year’s six recipients are: David Beebe, John D. MacArthur Professor and Claude Bernard Professor of biomedical engineering, pathology and laboratory medicine; Robert Radwin, Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor of industrial and systems engineering; and Andreas Velten, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, biostatistics and medical informatics.

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