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WiSys Quick Pitch winner reflects on research and communicating complicated information.
How could a novel discovery by a UW-Stevens Point Professor lead to better protective equipment products?
John Droske seeks to commercialize a dilatant material with unusual properties and many potential applications.
UW-Whitewater physics professor rethinks Newton’s Cradle.
Yijun Tang is developing an enzyme-free glucose sensor as an alternative to current sensors found in
many drug stores.
How is a UW-Eau Claire researcher seeking to improve working conditions for construction workers and miners?
New device readily measures harmful dust in the workplace.
With support from WiSys, Fang Yang, an electrical engineer at UW-Platteville and collaborator, Zhao Li, are developing solutions to use energy more efficiently with a comprehensive microgrid energy management system.
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.
At the International Business Model Competition (IBMC) only 36 teams in the world were given the opportunity to compete, and this year, two of those teams came from the University of Wisconsin System.