Upcoming Programs and Events from the Innovate Network
All campus events (including Division of Extension sponsored events outside of Dane County) are canceled beginning 5 p.m., Friday, March 13, through at least April 10, with limited exceptions to be granted by deans or vice chancellors.
- April 8
- Distinguished Entrepreneurs LunchTom Sylke, Bright Acceleration Technologies LLCApril 8, 12:15 pm, WebEx
Come join us to meet Tom Sylke, a multidisciplinary attorney with a strong technology background. He worked as general counsel to an international enterprise specializing in wireless technologies, connected systems and IoT applications and a co-owner of a technology startup in the field of engine power generation. Tom graduated from UW with a BS in math, engineering and physics and a Law degree. RSVP to email@example.com for link to WebEx.
- April 14
- Entrepreneur Training Program OrientationApril 14, 5:30 pm, Grainger Hall
Does your business have a good plan to help you grow and expand? OR Planning to start a business and have...
Relevant experience, adequate financial resources, market potential
...but need to formulate a plan to tie is all together?
Then the ETP grant program is right for you! APPLY for the grant today.
News from the Innovate Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 3, 2020 The Dohmen Company announced on Thursday that they have acquired FoodChain, a UW–Madison spinout focused on connecting farmers, suppliers, and consumers with an innovative online marketplace. FoodChain’s platform allows …
UW-Madison researchers and the vaccine companies FluGen and Bharat Biotech are developing and testing a vaccine against COVID-19 called CoroFlu, they announced Thursday. CoroFlu will build on FluGen’s flu vaccine candidate known as M2SR. That …
Refinement of the CoroFlu vaccine concept and testing in laboratory animal models at UW–Madison is expected to take three to six months. CoroFlu could be in human clinical trials by fall, 2020.