UW Innovation In Action
Stratatech, a UW-Madison spinoff, aims to prove to the Food and Drug Administration that its material, called StrataGraft, is safe and effective for treating severe burns. More.
Shaped by inquisitive graduates, collaborative faculty and Kerry staff, and combined with innovative ideas, UW and Kerry are building on their decades-old partnership, exploring new collaborations. More.
A multi-decade relationship between UW–Madison and GE Healthcare has created a stream of medical imaging inventions that look inside the human body with increasing accuracy.
When the operations director at JARP Industries signed up for a lean operations course at UW-Madison, he wasn’t expecting the impact it would deliver. Learn how the course shaped plant manufacturing practices and updated workflow, output and efficiency. More.
The latest grant will support research looking at the prevention and treatment of hamstring injuries. And while the focus will be on the elite athletes, the knowledge will benefit everyone who takes the court. More.
A collaboration between a Wisconsin business and UW-Madison’s Center for Dairy Research has infused more science into the companies decision making – and their results are telling the story, including award winning results. Read more.
“We didn’t want to keep this technology in our lab. We wanted to share it and expand the boundaries of its applications.” An amazing research perspective from UW-Madison engineers, Jack Ma and Justin Williams, whose innovative discovery has the potential to impact many lives. More.