The 2022 rising tech leaders to watch

From a fresh-out-of-college founder whose startup is already being used by 60 companies, to standout interns at some of Wisconsin’s most well-known corporations, the 2022 Wisconsin Inno Under 25 class includes five impressive technologists and …

UW–Madison Innovate Week Oct. 10-14

Events, learning, and connections to resources for campus entrepreneurs and innovators UW’s Discovery to Product (D2P), the UW Innovate Network and community partners will offer inspiring stories, engaging events and practical tools to advance UW …

CRISPR-produced CAR T cells could better treat solid tumors

Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells are biological assassins: white blood cells that are specifically engineered to attack cancer cells. Over the past five years, they’ve become an established therapeutic option for patients with blood …

Growing a New Type of Organ Donor

Not enough human organs are available for all the people who need life-saving transplants, despite longstanding efforts to solve the problem. So scientists are turning to a new group of potential donors: pigs. They are …

Government price controls could threaten UW research

By Erik Iverson, Chief Executive Officer, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Those of us engaged in Wisconsin’s innovation economy had a good summer. The recently passed CHIPS and Science Act authorizes historic investments in research that …