Lab supply companies: If you sell lab equipment to university researchers, and include Midwest universities in your live market territories, you may be interested in participating in Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s line up of 2016 Midwest life science marketing events.Read More
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison and its multitude of health and science-related facilities is a driving force in Wisconsin’s economy, according to a recent university report.Read More
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Invenra, Inc., a startup company that was established at the University of Wisconsin Research Park in Madison in 2011, focuses on researching ways to help the immune system battle different types of cancers. However, treating cancers involves using different drugs, and creating these drugs is a timely process. A key ingredient for fighting cancer and other autoimmune disease are antibodies, and figuring out which antibody to use to fight a certain disease is both time-consuming and costly. (Image courtesy of NASA ICE via Wikimedia Commons)Read More
The University Research Park of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, located 3 miles away from the main Madison campus on 260 developed acres, is comprised of 1.8 million square feet of of laboratory space within 37 research buildings. In this space over 10,000 researchers from 126 companies work in the 91 research labs on campus to further biotechnology research and product development.Read More
The University of Wisconsin in Madison is home to a number of multidisciplinary research centers and institutes. These research centers help the University of Wisconsin, Madison attracted more than $620.3 million in federal grants and contracts in 2013, which is 71% of the total federal grants that the entire University of Wisconsin system received last year. In addition, the University of Wisconsin received $583.8 million from non-federal sponsors, which is 89% of non-federal research funds received by the University of Wisconsin system.
Did you know that the University of Wisconsin's Research Park facility is internationally recognized and has 37 buildings with more than 1.8 million square feet of lab and office space?