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WTN Interviews: How WARF is Reaching Out to Businesses About Technology Developed in Wisconsin

WTN Interview: Carl Gulbrandsen

Editors Note: This is the first of a multi-part interview that took place earlier this fall with Carl Gulbrandsen, managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). Part one reveals Gulbr......

Full article >>> e need to work on. Not because we are not very well known, but we are not doing our job if people that could use these technologies dont know about what technologies we have developed and how to gain access to them.

From my work with the Wisconsin Technology Council, it always strikes me that every time I meet people from other parts of the state and I start talking about what is going on......

Full article >>> s you want to target with this initiative?

CG: We want to track companies as they grow and make sure that our database is updated so that we know what the technologies they use and develop are. Id like to put together a map of technology for Wisconsin so that you can grab it and see where technology is being developed. Im the head of the technology committee for the Wisconsin T......

Full article >>> imagine if you arent part of it. It really is a complicated place. Just trying to identify whos doing what at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is hard to do.

WTN: Who is responsible for implementing WARFs business outreach program?

CG: Our licensing representative is Emily Bauer. Shes been here been on staff for a little over a year. Emily has a background in ......

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