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More than 250 University of Wisconsin innovators came together in Platteville for the 10th annual WSTS, a two-day symposium aimed at sparking collaboration between faculty, staff, students and industry partners across the state.
U.S. District Court Judge William Conley ordered technology giant Apple, Inc. last week to pay $506 million to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation for patent infringement.
University of Wisconsin researchers, administrators, students and community members will all come together this summer in Platteville to celebrate the innovative and impactful work being done across the state.
WiSys Technology Foundation recently completed a third year of hosting its annual WiSys Quick Pitch competition. The elevator pitch-style competition invites University of Wisconsin-System undergraduate researchers to present their research and its relevance in a three-minute pitch.
The second annual WiSys Prototype Hackathon at UW-Platteville brought together administrators, business leaders and community members as eight student teams of various academic interests presented their ideas for prototypes that could solve an existing problem.
Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament gives student entrepreneurs opportunity to win up to $54,000 for their business ideas
This year, WiSys Technology Foundation partnered with the UW-Extension to expand and enhance the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament (WBIT), a UW System student entrepreneurship competition where the winner goes on to compete on an international stage. The competition will be held April 22 at the Discovery Building in Madison and is open to the public.
The newest class of WiSys Ambassadors, a record-setting 22 students, will work throughout the year to enhance WiSys’ connections with the research community on 10 of the regional comprehensive UW System campuses.
UW Oshkosh, UW-Eau Claire, UW-Platteville and UW-Whitewater students win awards at 2016 WiSys poster and gaming showcase competitions
The ninth annual Wisconsin Science & Technology Symposium (WSTS) hosted more than 50 unique student poster presentations, ranging from improved solar energy conversion techniques to psychological research on aggression.