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Entrepreneurship grant will build strong foundation

An oft-heard complaint about the University of Wisconsin-Madison, justified or otherwise, is that its academic and research fruit falls close to the tree. It has world-class scientists and well-developed mechanisms for turning their best ideas into products or services, but most of that commercialization takes place within a half-hou......

Full article >>> foundation, which was created 40 years ago by namesake entrepreneur Ewing Marion Kauffman. He built an international pharmaceutical company from scratch and later brought back major-league baseball to Kansas City. Mainly, however, he cared about education and spurring young people to reach their potential.

Statewide discovery

The grant is aimed at doing precisely that. Ove......

Full article >>> UW offers to the people of Wisconsin, said Charles Hoslet, managing director of the UW-Madison Office of Corporate Relations. That office, which serves as a front door for business to the UW campus, is managing the Kauffman grant.

Securing the border

If the program succeeds, it will expand the century-old Wisconsin Idea, the notion tha......

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