UW Innovation in Action
UW researchers patent a new method to create acetaminophen from plants rather than fossil fuel – solving two headaches with one process. More.
In the last year, nearly 8,500 companies have sought out students from the University of Wisconsin–Madison for their talent needs. Whether looking for to fill internships or recent graduates for full-time positions, UW provides a goldmine to meet their workforce needs. More
They are pioneers of startups and spinoffs each with firm roots to UW-Madison. Hear what these founders say they learned as they transitioned from scientist to corporate leader. More.
Companies often grapple with creating more sustainable and environmentally friendly products while also staying profitable. A team of researchers at UW-Madison and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) have responded. More on this process and how it can be applied.
The Center for Dairy Research receives grants to create a new Beverage Innovation Center – a one-of-a-kind resource for businesses and entrepreneurs to develop new dairy beverages. Learn more about the vision and CDR.
American Family Insurance Data Science Institute adds an exciting chapter to a longtime private-campus partnership
Building on UW-Madison’s current data initiatives, this expansion of the American Family Insurance partnership establishes a formal institute on campus fostering growth in data science, supporting work in artificial intelligence, genetics, drug development, material science, and business.
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.
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.
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.
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.