WisBusiness: Up-and-coming state companies profiled
6/7/2011

Students in the UW-Madison Department of Life Sciences Communications recently profiled nine state companies that are working on advancements the companies hope will net them sustained business success.

The ideas range from a new system to boost the local food movement to a nanotech drug delivery system to a new technology for coating tools with ultra-thin layers of diamond.

The companies participated in the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest, which is in its eighth year. This year’s winners will be announced June 7-8 at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Milwaukee

Accelerated Renewable Energy aims to turn waste into fuel, only faster
-- By Kari Fischer

Pharmacist develops natural method to control nosebleeds
-- By Kyle Nachreiner

Echometrix uses ultrasound to measure properties of injury-prone tissues
-- By Brad Leitch

Student exchange company gives Wisconsin a new relationship with China
-- By Laurel Alexander

Social media site aims to help design teams in construction business
-- By Nell McGann

Lake Geneva company aims to better equip farmers for ‘buy local’ movement
-- By Katie Dogs

Children’s book on food allergies offers business potential
-- By Brad Leitch

Nanotech product helps deliver anti-cancer drugs
-- By Eric Chen

Diamonds are a tool's best friend; nanotech company drills down
-- By Mitch Larson


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