Top licensing prospects from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Food-Grade Fungal Fermentates with Antimicrobial Activity
The fermentates could be used directly as food additives or in environmental or topical applications and are effective against a variety of harmful microbes.
Gene Editing and Transforming Cannabis
Researchers at UW-Madison are using state-of-the-art genetic engineering to improve industrial hemp and create optimized varieties with high-value traits.
Gut Bacteria Colonizing Farm-Exposed Infants
This discovery offers methods to identify infants and children at higher risk of developing allergies, as well as prebiotics to promote specific bacterial species associated with healthy development.
Synthesizing Oligosaccharides as Prebiotics
A team of UW-Madison researchers has developed an efficient method to convert simple sugars and polysaccharides in concentrated acids into oligosaccharide prebiotics.
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