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Innovation and Commercialization Specialists

Aimee Arnoldussen, PhD

Cognitive neuroscientist with expertise in medical and assistive technologies. Start-up, healthcare, research funding and FDA.

Abram Becker

Expertise in commercial strategy for pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices, and diagnostics. Start-up, non-profit, & Fortune 500 experience.

Cecily Brose

Expertise in consumer product development and commercialization. Led innovation platforms in the food industry.

David Ertl

Product management and strategy expertise in information technology. Silicon Valley, start-up, and Fortune 500 experience.

Kieran Furlong

Expertise in early-stage company building, venture capital, cleantech, agtech and manufacturing. VC investor & start-up veteran.

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Badgers vs. the Pandemic: Meet UW heroes in the fight against COVID-19

Meet UW heroes in the fight against COVID-19.

Here’s Seven High Impact Projects at UW-Madison Funded by the Dairy Innovation Hub

Here’s Seven High Impact Projects at UW-Madison Funded by the Dairy Innovation Hub

The University of Wisconsin­–Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) recently selected seven projects for funding through the Dairy Innovation Hub initiative. The one-year grants will fund promising work in the Hub’s four priority areas: stewarding land and water resources; enriching human health and nutrition; ensuring animal health and welfare; and growing farm business and communities.

Continue reading Here’s Seven High Impact Projects at UW-Madison Funded by the Dairy Innovation Hub at Mid-West Farm Report.

UW Researchers Redesign Critical Medical Equipment

In early Spring of 2020, the phone calls and emails started streaming in to the mechanical engineering department of the University of Wisconsin – Madison: “We don’t have enough ventilators, can you design something else?” …