The strong growth of Madison’s technology sector is drawing attention nationwide. The boom is fueled in part by UW–Madison, which provides cutting-edge research, entrepreneurial graduates and researchers, and a well-educated local workforce that motivates some …
The UW-Madison Internet of Things Lab fosters student innovation and is adding more industrial partners. So far four have joined and 35 companies have confirmed interest in joining the lab. Why is the lab seeing such growth?
Thomas “Rock” Mackie, a scientist, entrepreneur and educator, has been honored with the 2015 Excellence in Entrepreneurial Education award for career-long assistance to students and faculty interested in starting businesses.
It’s easy to be fans of UW-Madison spinoff Fetch – their focus is on making our lives easier in the grocery store check out. Now fueled by $8.5 million in capital and with 37 full-time employees in Madison they are looking to grow and find new talent.
A UW–Madison collaboration looks at the future of computer chips based in an unlikely material.
Learn how two grads are seeing rapid growth in their business and why staying in Madison is part of their long-term business plan.