Upcoming Programs and Events
WARF's Essential Topics series is back with a three-part miniseries on technology commercialization and industry partnerships. Hear from the WARF team on how we can work with you to protect your discoveries, why we love cool science and what we think you need to know about the ever-changing patent laws and patent eligibility. H.F. DeLuca Forum, Discovery Building. 4-5 p.m. Cost: Free, registration requested.
- March 26
- High Performance Leadership SeriesMarch 26, 8:30 am, Grainger Hall
The three-program High Performance Leadership series will help you sharpen the skills of influencing and motivating people to perform, grow and thrive in a constantly changing environment. Learn how to build a high performing, engaged team and develop the skills to manage performance effectievly.
- Crossroads of IdeasSpace: The Final (Aquatic) FrontierMarch 26, 7:00 pm, H.F. DeLuca Forum, Discovery Building
The sudden increase in automated sensors has allowed environmental scientists to measure and monitor the natural world in ways and at frequencies not previously possible. Emily Stanley, professor in integrative biology, will share how her research group has used these devices to measure changes over space to gain new perspectives and understanding of patterns and processes within aquatic environments.
News from the Innovate Network
UW‒Madison’s new Innovate Network compiles education, funding, news, and events for faculty, staff, and student innovators. Maintained by Discovery to Product, Innovate includes resources from a wide array of campus and affiliate partners who help …
Noted: Discussion of the rise of biomedical engineering departments (BMEs) at universities, referencing linkages between the BerbeeWalsh Prototype Pathway at the Morgridge Institute for Research, BME design courses at UW–Madison, patenting and licensing support from …
Atrility hopes to market a device that would help in pediatric heart surgery. The design was begun by students in UW-Madison’s department of biomedical engineering.