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Medical Imaging Collaboration in Wisconsin: Industry and Academia Thrive in Partnership | By Kate Rodgers “Industry and academic collaboration is critical for the Morgridge engineering team and Wisconsin’s biohealth industry to thrive and provide value to Wisconsin’s economy,” stated Fred Robertson, Chairman of Morgridge Institute for Research and Venture Partner at Baird Capital. “These collaborations […]

Combating Pancreatic Cancer with Wisconsin Dream Teams | By Kate Rodgers Did you know? In Wisconsin, pancreatic cancer kills more people than breast cancer. Why? Currently there is no effective form of pancreatic cancer diagnosis and treatment, moderator Sofia Refetoff, Pancreas Cancer Research Coordinator, University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCC), informed attendees. However, Wisconsin […]

Discoveries Start in Wisconsin but Impact the World | By Kate Rodgers “The impact this university has had on our understanding of human biology is amazing, and we should not be afraid to tell people about how important this is,” Brad Schwartz, CEO of Morgridge Institute for Research. This spirit of celebrating Wisconsin’s innovation and […]

Middleton, WI. Lucigen is excited to announce it has received the 2017 President’s “E” Award, the highest recognition honoring a U.S. entity for significant contributions to the expansion of U.S. exports. The award has been presented annually since 1961, when President Kennedy signed an executive order reviving the World War II “E” symbol of excellence […]

Read the full article from the Boston Herald by Jordan Graham here.  GE and Partners HealthCare are looking to revolutionize the way doctors treat patients by adding the manufacturing giant’s artificial intelligence expertise to a partnership with the nonprofit hospital and physicians network over the next decade. The goal is to transform the notoriously slow-to-innovate […]

After a successful first event from UW-Madison and Accuray, BioForward’s speaker series on the importance of public university research visited the UWM Innovation Accelerator last Thursday for the second event, featuring the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Lisa Johnson, CEO of BioForward, kicked off the event with BioForward updates including highlighting Wisconsin’s strengths as a state, beginning […]