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The NeuronFarm works to increase reading comprehension

Madison has long been a home of innovation for entrepreneurs, as its liberal climate and productive economy make it an attractive place for them to place their roots. With over 120 technology companies founded in Madison over the past decade, the citys potential for growth has led Forbes Magazine ...

Federal Funding Supports Small Business Innovation

... distribution arm a digital library called the CyberSilo for deliveringcontent in the subject domains of literacy, science, and language arts. The neuronfarm has also developed HEMA (Hi-dimensional Expert Match Algorithm) that allows real-time, automatic essay scoring. Their recent grant was used for the de...

NeuronFarm announces literacy training website

... MADISON The neuronfarm LLC , a privately held Madison, Wisconsin-based educational software compan...s can learn anytime/anywhere with the interactive Web-based modules. The neuronfarm is an educational software company engaged in the design, development and d...

Charter Business powers distance learning

... access Tech Council passes `E-Learning' efforts for Northern Wisconsin 21st century skills, the future of technology and education The neuronfarm works to increase reading comprehension University of Wisconsin team creates learning games ...

Madison start-up bets on interactive future for reading education

...rs of development the electronic learning company neuronfarm has put the finishing touches on its interactive ...les and marketing for NeuronFarm. Read where neuronfarm was at one year ago. When Mina Johnson-Glenbe...h minimum preparation. Locating in Madison gave neuronfarm a strong body of talent, but locating capital prov...

Women and Capital: Two words that dont always marry

... with money," she said. Mina Johnson-Glenberg, Ph.D, founder and CSO of neuronfarm LLC , a Madison firm making educational software to help children learn to read, understands firsthand the difficulties of finding capital. In 2002, neuronfarm received $1.5 million in federal Small Business Innovation Research money, ...
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