The Technology Entrepreneurship Office (TEO) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is working to accelerate the translation of research into usable technology, driving impactful solutions for society.
UW’s Gateway to I-Corps
TEO helps UW–Madison faculty, staff, and students access the National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps™ program, which guides aspiring entrepreneurs through the process of evaluating the commercial potential of a scientific discovery or technology that could lead to a path for startup success.
If you have a solution to a significant challenge, we want to meet with you to learn about your research and vision for your technology, and help you explore opportunities for I-Corps participation.
TEO was launched in partnership with the College of Engineering, the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences (CDIS), and the College of Letters & Science (L&S) to support STEM-based innovations from any faculty, staff, or student at UW–Madison.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Xudong Wang: I-Corps Experience Story
Researchers can achieve meaningful societal impact through multiple routes, but for Professor and Associate Chair of Named MS Studies, Xudong Wang, entrepreneurship has always been a compelling end goal. And, after seeking expertise from the …