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Public presentations scheduled for vice chancellor for research search on March 4, 8 and 18

The candidates’ names and CVs will be made available to the UW–Madison community 48 hours prior to each visit and posted on the search website.

175th Anniversary Series: UW–Madison research spans the globe

The Wisconsin Idea has outgrown state borders and, as science has become more mobile, now stretches across the globe and even out of this world.

UW–Madison boasts 3 researchers among 2023 National Association of Inventors fellows

The National Academy of Inventors has announced that University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers David Beebe, Guang-Hong Chen and Yoshihiro Kawaoka have been named to its 2023 class of fellows. Election as an academy fellow is the highest professional distinction awarded solely to inventors.

UW–Madison remains 8th in research ranking, surpasses $1.5 billion in research expenditures

The NSF has released its Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) data showing a 10% increase in research expenditures at UW–Madison over the previous fiscal year, or more than $143 million for the period covering July 2021 through the end of June 2022. UW–Madison reported more than $1.52 billion in total research expenditures, about half of which comes from federal awards.   

Federal interim rule implements TikTok ban on devices used in the performance of federal contracts

The OVCRGE has also launched a Research Security Program webpage and hired John Jay Miller as the interim director of the Research Security Program.

Research beyond Waisman Center: Discoveries that have spun into products

Multiple discoveries born from the minds and hard work of Waisman Center investigators have left the nest to become successful companies or products that have had a significant impact in the world through translational research.

Discovery to Product Awards Funds to Five Campus Startups

Emerging technologies developed at UW–Madison will receive funding assistance as the result of an on-campus grant program administered by UW–Madison’s Discovery to Product (D2P) and a matching grant of $300,0000 from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).

Federal grants to 2 Wisconsin startups highlight UW’s leading role in fusion energy

Realta Fusion and Type One Energy Group, both based in the Madison area, were two of eight ventures from across the nation that the U.S. Department of Energy selected for grants worth millions of dollars to support research and development of fusion energy technologies.

UW researchers will trial gene editing therapy to treat blindness

With new support from the National Institutes of Health, a team of researchers at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery will lead drug therapeutics testing for two diseases known to cause blindness.

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Efficiency Project showing early success with increased investigator satisfaction in the IRB experience

The IRB Efficiency Project (IEP) was launched by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education to reduce administrative burden for PIs by improving efficiency of the IRB review process, while simultaneously supporting the IRBs primary role of ensuring compliance with federal regulations.