WARF in the News

Curious Madisonian still innovating 35 years after graduation

4.20.18 | UW–Madison News | David Tenenbaum
In his basement offices in Madison’s near-west side, Bruce Winkler is unpacking airfreight shipments.

Recognizing a milestone in human embryonic stem cell research at UW–Madison

4.13.18 | Making Research Work
A recent story in the journal Nature called it a “revolution,” and it’s a revolution worth celebrating.

UW’s Discovery to Product welcomes a new director

4.3.18 | UW–Madison News | Natasha Kassulke
Andy Richards has been selected as director of UW–Madison’s Discovery to Product (D2P) office.

UW-Madison faculty members recognized with fellowships stemming from campus research efforts

3.15.18 | UW–Madison News | Natasha Kassulke
Thirty-three faculty representing all four divisions at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been honored with 2018 faculty fellowships.

WARF head excited for relationships between Foxconn, higher ed

3.15.18 | WisBusiness | Alex Moe
WARF Managing Director Erik Iverson says he’s excited at the prospect of new relationships between Foxconn and the state’s top higher ed institutions.

BTP inspires Daniel Agnew to pursue career as patent agent

3.1.18 | Biotechnology Training Program News
UW–Madison and WARF have a strong presence in biotechnology, entrepreneurship, and technology transfer. One essential element of these areas is the patent process.

Serial innovator Jack Ma cites collaboration as key to his success

3.1.18 | College of Engineering News | Natasha Kassulke
Zhenqiang “Jack” Ma, a UW-Madison professor in electrical and computer engineering, says it’s not uncommon for him to work late and sleep in his office.

Improving cancer diagnosis and treatment

2.23.18 | School of Pharmacy News | Katie Ginder-Vogel
School of Pharmacy faculty entrepreneurs bring technology from the lab to the marketplace.

UW-Madison announces six new ‘cluster hire’ initiatives

2.13.18 | UW–Madison News | Käri Knutson
It’s no secret that UW–Madison has faculty in a wide range of fields all across campus. But some of the best ideas are generated from conversations between people with different areas of expertise.

Tech Summit speakers will highlight ties to academic research, talent

2.8.18 | WisPolitics
Speakers who exemplify academic research and talent initiatives in the Milwaukee-Madison corridor and statewide will speak March 19 at the fifth annual Wisconsin Tech Summit in Waukesha.