Thomas “Rock” Mackie, director of medical engineering at the Morgridge Institute for Research, will receive the highest honor in the field of medical physics for his game-changing contributions to medical imaging.
A team in the Morgridge Institute for Research’s Advanced Fabrication Laboratory, in collaboration with the UW-Madison Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI), is developing a technology that visualizes an important middle ground for biomedical and basic research applications.
A group of student entrepreneurs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will compete this spring in the international Hult Prize, in which college students attack global problems with sustainable business ideas.
A newly-launched advocacy group is aiming to increase the number and success rate of start-up ventures stemming from UW-Madison ideas, building on the renewed commitment in 2013 to campus innovation.
Andreas Velten, an associate scientist with the Morgridge Institute for Research, has been recognized by MIT’s Technology Review as a TR35 honoree for 2012.