WARF in the News

He professes protein: Srinivasan Damodaran has thoughts for food

2.14.19 | UW–Madison News | David Tenenbaum
Protein, the same component that makes milk such a desirable food, can also spark allergies in up to five percent of children aged 6 months to five years.

A new kind of mosquito repellent that comes from bacteria

1.17.19 | UW–Madison News | Kelly April Tyrrell
People may soon have a new weapon in the battle against mosquitoes, and it comes from an unusual source: bacteria.

Revolutionary insulator-like material also conducts electricity

11.29.18 | UW–Madison News | Sam Million-Weaver
UW–Madison researchers have made a material that can transition from an electricity-transmitting metal to a nonconducting insulating material without changing its atomic structure.

UW–Madison retains research ranking

11.20.18 | UW–Madison News | Natasha Kassulke
The National Science Foundation on Nov. 20 released its 2017 Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey data, showing that UW–Madison placed 6th in its rankings.

Patents, licensing open the door to life-altering research and therapies

11.18.18 | Wisconsin State Journal | Andy DeTienne
One of the highlights of my career came in August 2017 when a Milwaukee Brewers fan, once paralyzed from the chest down, threw out the opening pitch in a game against the Cincinnati Reds.

Need to talk to your data? UW-Madison spinoff is happy to translate

11.13.18 | UW–Madison News | David Tenenbaum
As data becomes too cheap to heave out, a startup from the UW–Madison department of computer science is offering users an opportunity to “chat” with their data.

Madison's Thanksgiving Day good run

11.1.18 | Madison Magazine | Brennan Nardi
Berbee Derby celebrates 15th year.

WARF’s first CVO to be introduced Nov. 7 at Early Stage Symposium

10.29.18 | WisBusiness.com
Michael Partsch, whose background in venture capital and start-up company development spans more than 25 years, will be introduced as the first chief venture officer for WARF Nov. 7.

Madison research startup aiming to de-stress fish

10.18.18 | WisBusiness.com | Alex Moe
UW-Madison researchers are developing a product to help stressed-out fish. That could have real impact on aquaculture, or fish farming, because stressed fish are bad for business.

New fuel cell concept brings biological design to better electricity generation

10.3.18 | UW–Madison News | Mark E. Griffin
Fuel cells have long been viewed as a promising power source. But most fuel cells are too expensive, inefficient, or both.