WisBusiness: Up-and-coming state companies profiled
Students in the UW-Madison Department of Life Sciences Communications recently profiled six Madison-area companies that are working on advancements the companies hope will net them sustained business success.
The ideas range from a new process for cleaning wastewater to a rebar replacement that could strengthen concrete construction to a back-saving device for dentists.
Several of the companies have participated in the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium, an annual event backed by the Wisconsin Technology Council, the Wisconsin Angel Network, the Wisconsin Innovation Network .
Read below for the company profiles:
Emerging Wisconsin tech company BioIonix engineers ‘clean’ wastewater
- By Amanda Ciesielczyk
Composite Rebar Technology ready to take the reins and leave steel behind
- By David Peck
Madison start-up working on potential epilepsy breakthrough
- By Shelly Bohn
Back-saving device could help dental professionals avoid early retirement
- By Susan Pauer
Brainfruit offers a desktop portal to advertising and data consumers want to see
- By Annette Zwald
EarthMimic develops a more efficient catalyst material for tech-based companies
- By Chris Pressley