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WiSys is seeking business mentors, especially those in the Western region of the state, to participate in the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament on Saturday, April 18 in Eau Claire.
University students have until March 31 to seek an at-large bid for the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament, presented by WiSys.
Ignite Grants encourage researchers to utilize their expertise and apply their scholarship to support growth in Wisconsin.
Van Hoof, who graduated from UW-Parkside in May, has been an active member in building a culture of innovation on campus and across the UW System as a student and entrepreneur.
Feline aggression can cause many issues with a cat’s own wellbeing and anxiety, as well as inhibit an owner’s or practitioner’s ability to care for them. Cassie Van Hoof, a student of UW-Parkside, has created her own company titled Efoxen starring her proprietary, all-natural spray to calm feline anxiety, which serves as a safer substitute for the leading spray on the market.
UW Oshkosh, UW-Parkside and UW-Platteville faculty and academic staff have a new resource for their research.
Nearly 250 University of Wisconsin innovators came together at UW-Parkside for the 11th annual WSTS, a two-day symposium aimed at sparking collaboration between faculty, staff, students and industry partners across the state.
Following a year of unprecedented innovation and research activity across the UW System, WiSys chose two innovators to receive the Carl E. Gulbrandsen Innovator of the Year award: UW-Green Bay student Sam Hunt and UW-Platteville Assistant Professor Dr. Gokul Gopalakrishnan.
At the Kenosha HATCH Startup Competition, competitors had the opportunity to pitch a five minute presentation to a panel of judges in the hopes of receiving $2,000 to aid in the startup of their idea.