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Alumni receive patent for invention they created as students at UW-Green Bay
In December, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recognized the work of Adam Jensen, Rosalyn Stoa and Katherine Mikhail for inventing a cup to aid sufferers of hand tremors. The invention was developed as part of a WiSys innovation event while they were students at UW-Green Bay.
WiSys gives student tech startup a boost
Taking advantage of two WiSys entrepreneurship programs, UW-Eau Claire alums Sam Fitzhenry, Max Bossert, Logan Ickert and UW-Madison graduate Nick Hersperger have been advancing their startup company, ParityBlu.
UW-Parkside’s Brandon Behringer named WiSys Innovator of the Year
The award is bestowed upon UW System faculty, staff or students who make exemplary contributions as a WiSys innovator. The award is named for the former managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation who supported WiSys throughout his tenure.
WiSys names UW-Green Bay’s Susan Gallagher-Lepak ‘Innovation Champion’
Dr. Susan Gallagher-Lepak’s work expanding opportunities for students and facilitating innovation in the UW-Green Bay community make her a 2021 WiSys Innovation Champion.
WiSys names UW-Platteville’s John Obielodan ‘Innovation Champion’
Dr. John Obielodan’s work as a researcher, educator and inventor, as well as helping other inventors develop prototypes, make him a 2021 WiSys Innovation Champion.
UW-Platteville’s Dr. Mark Levenstein named WiSys Innovator of the Year
Dr. Mark Levenstein, an active inventor and champion of student research opportunities at UW-Platteville, has been named a 2021 Carl. E Gulbrandsen WiSys Innovator of the Year.
UW Oshkosh's Julia Thompson shines as two-time winner in WiSys research communication competition
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.
How did a UW-Whitewater professor develop a new physics education tool?
UW-Whitewater physics professor rethinks Newton’s Cradle.
How is a UW Oshkosh professor improving glucose monitoring?
Yijun Tang is developing an enzyme-free glucose sensor as an alternative to current sensors found in
many drug stores.