UW Innovation in Action

Ideas to reality, new initiative at UW tackles health innovation

A new “Innovation Hub” at UW Health and UW School of Medicine and Public Health led by Thomas “Rock” Mackie aims to unlock potential ideas and projects and channel them to industry-leading results.

Unique way for employers to engage with UW-Madison students

A good resume is key, but what if you could show off the prototype Mars rover you developed when meeting with a hiring manager? That’s just one of the highlights from a reverse career fair held at UW. Check out this approach.

Advanced alloy firm cuts costs with help from UW expertise

For 10+years, Winsert Inc. has brought professional development to leadership and to the machine shop floor. Learn how this commitment is impacting business, strategy, and success.

Rockwell Automation amps up education and research with new lab at UW

In a win-win situation UW-Madison engineering students have the chance to gain real-world experience in a one-of-a-kind facility, while at the same time, Rockwell can ensure that future generations of engineers join the workforce with above-par technical skills.

New outposts from Lands’ End,
Oshkosh Corp. reveal closer corporate relationships with UW–Madison

Wisconsin companies are leveraging UW-Madison resources in their corporate strategy. Learn about the latest companies to set up offices near campus and how the Office of Corporate Relations is helping them find solutions.

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Student project raises company visibility and finds solutions with UW

Businesses often ask our office how they can raise their visibility at UW-Madison. Here is one approach which provided real-world benefits to both students and the company. More.

Sparking healing: UW Engineers unveil an exciting tool in helping the body heal

UW Engineers have figured out a way to speed up the body’s natural healing time with a low-cost wound dressing. Learn how it taps energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical pulses at the site of an injury.

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