A drug-delivery patch took first place and $10,000 in the G. Steven Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition
, the University of Wisconsin-Madison's annual contest for student entrepreneurs.
Anthony Escarcega, left, and John Puccinelli. Photo courtesy of UW-Madison
Anthony Escar......Full article >>>
nderson, managing director of the Milwaukee angel network Silicon Pastures
Burrill visits competition he started
G. Steven Burrill himself jetted in from France on the spur of the moment for what he said was only the second Burrill competition he's personally attended.
The globe-trotting businessman, a 1966 graduate of the UW......Full article >>>
ks lights up, showing their location relative to the way out and to each other.
FireSite previously won first place in the Schoofs Prize for Creativity
this February based on its design and engineering.
Competition includes the Tracker FRT
, which ......Full article >>>
ld cost about $75 to $100 where regular ones cost $40 to $50.
Clean Well still needs Wisconsin DNR approval, but Lynett said the hard part will then be over as Wisconsin has the most stringent restrictions on everything water-related in the United States.
Fourth place, with a $1,000 prize, went to Microfend and its plan to provide hotels with human-safe antibacterial coatings for......Full article >>>
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