Upcoming Programs and Events from the Innovate Network
Are you an innovator with a creative solution that has the potential for commercial and/or social impact? Come join a community of faculty, staff and students that see the Wisconsin Idea as an action plan that guides us to apply our work, research, creativity, ideas, and passion to impact lives locally and globally. D2P is now accepting applications for two spring semester programs, Innovation to Market and Igniter. Applications for both programs are due on January 27, 2020, and D2P will hold four open house events on January 13th, 17th, 21st, and 22nd to share more information and guidance for members of the campus community that want to learn more. Each open house session includes free pizza, an overview of the curriculum and application process, and time for questions and answers.
- January 21
- Open House for Campus InnovatorsDiscovery to Product programs help catalyze campus innovation to impact the worldJanuary 21, 5:00 pm, D2P Offices, 1403 University Ave
Are you an innovator with a creative solution that has the potential for commercial and/or social impact? Discovery to Product (D2P) is now accepting applications for two spring semester programs that help innovators, seekers of creative solutions, designers of novel approaches to social problems, and makers of impactful products move beyond ideas to implementation. Come connect with others that see the Wisconsin Idea as an action plan! Free pizza, overview of programs, and ample time for Q&A.
- January 22
- Open House for Campus InnovatorsDiscovery to Product programs help catalyze campus innovation to impact the worldJanuary 22, 12:15 pm, D2P Offices, 1403 University Ave
News from the Innovate Network
To stop the divergence of U.S. cities where technology thrives, a concerted effort needs to be made to turn promising cities like Madison and Milwaukee in the heartland into tech hubs, according to a new paper …
A new breast surgery marker device, developed by a company founded by three UW-Madison faculty, is expected to be used by about 15 hospital systems by the end of January. The system, approved by the …
UW Spinout Understory is one of seven companies on Inc magazine’s Innovative Startups to Watch in 2020 list
Understory Madison, Wisconsin-based Understory builds weather sensors that collect 125,000 data points per second, tracking things like precipitation, wind, temperature, air pressure, and humidity. In 2019, the company partnered with insurance firm MSI GuaranteedWeather. The data it collects …