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Melissa Skala: Follow the Light to Better Cancer Treatment

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Biomedical engineer Melissa Skala would be happy to chat about some of the whiz-bang features of her medical imaging technology, such as resolution, speed, throughput, signal-to-noise ratio and the like. But she’d much rather talk about the problems her technologies attack. “I’m a problem-based person, which can drive some of my fellow scientists crazy,” Skala […]


New stem cell process increases therapeutic potential

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Researchers from the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) in Australia have devised a way to dramatically cut the time involved in reprogramming and genetically correcting stem cells, an important step to making future therapies possible. Led by Sara Howden, a postdoctoral fellow at MCRI and formerly with the Morgridge Institute, the […]


Rock Mackie honored for inspiring entrepreneurial success

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Thomas “Rock” Mackie, a scientist, entrepreneur and educator, has been honored with the 2015 Excellence in Entrepreneurial Education award for career-long assistance to students and faculty interested in starting businesses. Mackie, a professor emeritus of medical physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, received the award at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium Nov. 5 in Madison. […]


Wisconsin Science Festival: Best of the Fest 2015

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The Wisconsin Science Festival is a statewide celebration of discovery and science. Now in its fifth year, the festival continues to grow and inspire exploration and engagement in a range of topics. [View the story “Best of the Fest: 2015 Wisconsin Science Festival” on Storify]


‘Prototype Pathway’ open for business in Morgridge Fab Lab

The Morgridge Institute’s medical engineering team brought UW-Madison clinicians to the Advanced Fabrication Laboratory, or “Fab Lab,” Oct. 1 to celebrate the launch of the BerbeeWalsh Prototype Pathway.   Part of a multi-year, $300,000 commitment by Dr. James Berbee and Karen Walsh, the prototype pathway is meant to help spur medical device innovations by supporting collaborations […]


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