UW Innovation In Action
UW-Madison radiologist researchers capturing images of the brain – making an impact on future diagnosis
Researchers at UW-Madison’s radiology department are some of the first to use a new MRI from GE Healthcare that images the brain’s tiny crossing fibers and white matter like never before. Learn why this is so important for research and patients.
Great ideas are numerous at UW-Madison, but translate those ideas into products and into the market place needs a special kind of expertise. That is where the WARF Accelerator Program is helping to foster results. Learn more about their approach and the results.
The 12,000-square-foot space is a maker’s dream; it houses 3D printers, laser cutters, machine tools, virtual and augmented reality hardware, microscopes, soldering irons, bicycle tools and many more instruments and gadgets to assist engineering students in bringing their ideas to life.
UW-Madison group creates a simple, fast and inexpensive fabrication process that is bound to catch the attention of product developers. Learn why this development is so unique.
Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center (WCIC) is a 100,000-square-foot facility—with labs, greenhouses and growth chambers—poised to be the home to future plant biotechnology achievements. More.
Badgerloop, a team made up mainly of University of Wisconsin–Madison undergraduate engineering students, was among the top competitors at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition II completed Aug. 27, 2017 in California.
Three times named Wisconsin manufacturer of the year, Greenheck continues to turn to UW-Madison business resources to help refine and improve their processes. More how that is shaping their success.
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.