The Downtown co-working community aims to expand its impact, she says.
Investors are pumping more money into the Middleton company to push ahead with its product, aimed at preventing infections after surgery.
Fishidy has been purchased by Raymarine, a division of Flir Systems, of Oregon.
The Madison company has obtained an exclusive license for the technology developed by University of California-Irvine scientists.
Propeller, whose sensor technology help asthma patients monitor and control their attacks, also says it will work with Aptar Pharma to create other types of software-enhanced drug devices -- an increasing trend in healthcare.
The Madison company is working on a universal flu vaccine, to protect against more than just one season's prevalent flu virus.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation was established in 1925 to commercialize UW-Madison discoveries.
The Madison venture capital firm focuses mainly on technology and health care-related startups.
The Food & Drug Administration's nod helps move along the Madison company's drug prospect in tests to see if it can successfully treat certain cancers in young children.
One Madison company, TCARE, is a graduate of multiple business mentorship programs.
The Madison company is accessible through Instagram.
The entrepreneurial hub plans to open on East Washington Avenue in early June.
The Fitchburg company specializes in hazardous waste.
The two teams were among the winners of the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.
The Madison company develops apps to reduce physician time handling routine work tasks.
Winners will be named in June at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference.
The organization, formed to support women entrepreneurs in the Madison area, plans to start chapters in Milwaukee and the Fox Valley.
Understory, a Madison startup, provides detailed weather data to clients in insurance and agriculture.
The business accelerator adds its influence to a growing number of opportunities.
The Madison company might have been the first to know where Foxconn planned to build.
Serving as a mentor to early-stage companies, this new business booster allows for a longer-term payoff.
More than 50 clinics use EnsoData's technology to diagnose apnea and other sleep disorders.
The Madison- and Milwaukee-based business accelerator says it is joining forces with The Brandery, a Cincinnati accelerator.
The company, with several dozen employees in Madison, has the go-ahead to start tests of two of its potential drugs, in another country.