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The 2023 class was recognized at an awards event on March 15 at the Overture Center for the Arts.
From artists to entrepreneurs, IB presents the 2023 class of Forty Under 40!
The awards celebrate exemplary business executives based on leadership, innovation, and company success.
Exploring the boundaries and limits of innovation in an age when breakthroughs are happening at a startling pace is among the hub's goals.
For many entrepreneurs, their long-term vision for success often transcends where markets are today.
NSF announced May 11 that two Wisconsin partnerships had been awarded $1 million “Type 1” grants through its Regional Innovation Engines program.
National trends and Microsoft’s plans have spurred some action in the Wisconsin Legislature, where bipartisan legislation is circulating to give the state incentives similar to what is available in other states.
It wasn’t so long ago that most “comp sci” students from UW–Madison left the state; today, the tide is turning.
Wisconsin dipped its toes into the water in the mid-2010s with a $25 million investment in what is now called the Badger Fund of Funds, but the time has come for a bolder approach that should involve more one-time money and fewer regulatory strings to encourage private co-investment.
Students aren’t always thrilled about four more years of classroom or online instruction that fails to expose them to hands-on skills.
The history of technology reveals many examples of innovation being met with suspicion and worries that mankind would lose its moral compass.