WARF in the News

New material could improve LEDs, solar cells, optical sensors

6.18.18 | UW–Madison News | Sam Million-Weaver
Place a chunk of the clear mineral Iceland spar on top of an image and suddenly you’ll see double, thanks to a phenomenon called double refraction.

Intraband licenses key WARF technology for defense and industrial applications

6.11.18 | Business Wire
Intraband, a mid-infrared laser manufacturer, announces an exclusive licensing agreement with WARF covering high reliability and power per chip QCL technologies.

Top 100 worldwide universities granted U.S. utility patents in 2017 announced

6.5.18 | National Academy of Inventors
Top university patent holders revealed in report authored by the NAI and IPO.

Wild Wisconsin yeast find their way into bread, beer, and class

5.23.18 | UW–Madison News | Eric Hamilton
Your next bite of local bread or gulp of Madison beer might just have a little piece of Sheboygan in it. Sheboygan yeast, anyway.

Morgridge Institute announces Rowe Center for Research in Virology

5.17.18 | Morgridge Institute | Megan Costello
The Morgridge Institute for Research is launching the John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Center for Research in Virology, a transformative research initiative made possible by the philanthropic support of John and Jeanne Rowe.

Ab E breaks ground in Waterloo for manufacturing headquarters

5.11.18 | Daily Jefferson County Union | Diane Graff
“The future of Ab E is the future of Wisconsin,” state Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch told about 75 people at Thursday’s groundbreaking for the new headquarters and industrial plant.

Foxconn announces $1 million “smart city, smart future” competition

5.10.18 | Foxconn News
New initiative will encourage innovative ideas from students and faculty for smart connected cities and systems to better serve Wisconsin.

A look in Wisconsin’s regenerative medicine excellence

5.10.18 | BioForward News
Monday night, BioForward staff had the chance to attend the 2nd Annual Regenerative Medicine Innovation Awards hosted by UW-Madison’s Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center.

Liquid crystals self-regulate the release of drugs in precise, repeating doses

5.9.18 | UW–Madison News | Chris Barncard
Liquid crystals could be tuned to fight bacteria or scuttle compromised electronics by reacting to subtle changes in their environment with tiny, measured doses of liquid or solids.

Metastasis enablers: Findings could unlock new ovarian cancer treatments

5.8.18 | College of Engineering News | Tom Ziemer
New research from the lab of Pamela Kreeger, an associate professor of biomedical engineering, has identified one way ovarian cancer cells appear to successfully spread.