There's no secret as to why the Madison area has developed a research-based economy to rival far larger U.S. cities: The UW-Madison has been a massive, unified engine for technology transfer and business growth. And local leaders have generally been smart enough to capitalize on it.
Milwaukee, for all its size and muscle, isn't so fortunate......Full article >>>
nence, about 160 participants were told, but putting those pieces together won't be easy.
"They are Balkanized," almost to the point that identifying all the researchers and entrepreneurs is a task in itself, said William Hendee, senior associate dean and vice president of the Medical College of Wisconsin. "We are attempting to identify the intellectual capital that exists in the region"<......Full article >>>
spoke with admiration about the work being done by Wisconsin's Marshfield Clinic, or other joint projects involving UW-Madison. However, Milwaukee has the right combination of talent and size to create more spin-off companies. It's only a matter of getting organized, and that's what the Biomedical Technology Alliance is all about.