UW Innovation in Action
A recent public-private project dug deep, into the genome of carrots. And as researchers were able to sequence genomes, their work may also make an impacts on carrots and other crops that could improve health and economic outcomes in other nations. More.
The idea started more than 12 years ago as a hallway conversation between two UW-Madison researchers. Now, years later, startup Madison-based Silatronix has a Japanese manufacturer taking its work towards full production, an expansion is planned in Madison, and the industry paying close attention to their innovation. More.
Biotech is big, and UW-Madison’s M.S. in Biotechnology program is paving the way for other institutions with its avant-garde curriculum. The program’s cross-disciplinary approach prepares students in a wide variety of fields to be leaders of promising new technologies that are penetrating all sectors of the economy. More.