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UW-La Crosse to host WiSys’ annual celebration of research, innovation and entrepreneurship in the UW System
WiSys SPARK Symposium, which includes faculty and student presentations, will take place July 31-Aug. 2.
The webinar series is part of WiSys’ commitment to providing research development services to the UW System’s regional campuses with the goal of providing strategic capacity-building activities designed to assist faculty and staff from any discipline in their pursuit of external funding to support creative and innovative research and scholarship.
Jacqueline Sporie, a student at UW-La Crosse, received a WiSys Ambassador Grant to research a new type of antimicrobial material to be used in improving sanitation for a variety of industries, including food preparation, hospitals and schools. WiSys is committed to supporting innovative student research.
WiSys and UW System leaders presented a case study, “The University as a Talent Engine: Fostering Entrepreneurial Skills & Talent” to hundreds of education leaders worldwide during the University Industry Innovation Network’s 2021 University-Industry Interaction Conference on June 14.
WiSys and RM2N announce winners of the Innvoation in Materials and Manufacturing Student Showcase.
Apply to learn, network and pitch by March 31. You could win $2,500 to launch your idea.
‘Innovation in Materials and Manufacturing— Responding to the COVID Crisis’ scheduled for Feb. 23-25
Faculty and students are invited to present at the virtual symposium, presented by RM2N and WiSys.
WiSys wants to help you launch the next great mobile application through the WiSys APPStart Challenge.
WiSys awarded UW-La Crosse student Rylie Gramann a $4,500 Ambassador Grant to research ways of recycling carbon dioxide obtained from fossil fuels in industrial processes.
WiSys awarded UW-La Crosse student Jacqueline Sporie a $3,500 Ambassador Grant to research the creation of new composite materials that could be used in photovoltaic cells, varied sensors and flat panel displays.