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Better living through software
Carlos de la Huerga turns burning ideas into burgeoning technology

...pplications act as placeholders for up to a year in the proverbial line for patents). If you dont do your homework up front, you waste your money, gulbrandsen said. It used to be that people could get pretty sloppy, particularly in filing provisional [applications]. Youre not helping yourself in doing that. ...

WTN Interview: Carl Gulbrandsen
WARF - A Unique and Successful Technology Transfer Organization

... Editors Note: In this second installment of an interview with Carl gulbrandsen , managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) , gulbrandsen shares his perspective on how WARF is unique compared to other university t...

WTN Interview: Carl Gulbrandsen
WARFs Investment and Portfolio Strategy

... Editors Note: In this final installment of an interview with Carl Gulbrandsen, managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), gulbrandsen shares WARFs investment and portfolio strategy, WARFs perception and working relationships with VCs as well as an insightful discussion of WARFs exper...

Sensenbrenner and USPTO Director highlight benefits of technology transfer

... technology transfer, WARFs managing director Carl gulbrandsen presented him with an award at Mondays meeting. ...ships to our society and the economy. Dudas and gulbrandsen also met in Madison, with leaders of Deltanoid, St...rship to improve the patent system in this country gulbrandsen said. His work in the in the Commerce Department g...

UW Office of Corporate Relations nears one-year mile-mark

...r New Business Ventures at the University of Wisconsin-Madison , which is the first of its kind, Strickler said. Both [WARF Managing Director] Carl gulbrandsen and [University Research Park Director] Mark Brugher have demonstrated excellent working relationships with us and as result, we can go to market in a...

WTC launches Wisconsin Life Science magazine

...ins leading visionaries who address the question Why Wisconsin for Life Sciences. Columnists include Professor James Thomson of the UW-Madison, Carl gulbrandsen of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and Bill Linton of Promega , who describe why Wisconsin is a great place to do research, build a compan...

Stem-cell patent holders view of the California challenge

... Carl gulbrandsen is the managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation , the University of Wisconsin-Madisons technology-transfer center. Will all ...

Wisconsin governor calls for $750 million investment in life sciences

...already begun to raise funds and expects two-thirds of the project to be underwritten by private sources. Read special guest commentary from Carl gulbrandsen on Wisconsins leadership in stem-cell research. There is great research in Wisconsin, and this represents a further validation of the academic rese...

UW-Madison puts heart and mind into stem cells

...e nervous system, bones, and optic nerves. At Wisconsin, the strength is far greater than neurology or cardiovascular. Its a rapidly growing field, gulbrandsen said. ----- Les Chappell is a staff writer for WTN and can be reached at les@wistechnology.com ....

State and university form network for entrepreneurial outreach

...chnologies and started WiSys do to the same for other campuses, would contribute its services to the project. Other stakeholders will, too. Otherwise, gulbrandsen said, the $1 million yearly Commerce grant should be enough to establish the network. WEN plans to use a multi-tiered approach to serving its cli...
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