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WiSys helps great ideas—born on University of Wisconsin System campuses—reach the wider world by connecting inventors and businesses with the resources they need.

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We help inventors protect or patent their intellectual property

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WiSys and the UW System

WiSys Technology Foundation is a non-profit supporting organization of the UW-System, serving as the dedicated technology transfer office for the 11 four-year Comprehensive Campuses, 13 two-year Colleges and the statewide UW-Extension.

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WiSys 2015 Bi-Annual Newsletter

WiSys Tech Gazette

Read more to learn about our new WiSys Regional Associates, what our 2015 class of student Ambassadors have been up to, grant opportunities available as well as the research being undertaken by our partners institutions.

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WiSys to present at WIN-Northeast meeting

Arjun Sanga, executive director of WiSys Technology Foundation, will discuss how WiSys helps to transfer academic research and development ideas from bench to marketplace at the Thursday, Feb. 11, meeting of the Tech Council’s Wisconsin Innovation Network in northeast Wisconsin.

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What are UW-Steven's Point Researchers doing to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels?

Creating a novel means of producing isoprene from biomass. For society to remain sustainable as time progresses, we will ultimately have to find a way to reduce our reliance on carbon from below ground (i.e. fossil fuels). Utilizing the abundance of carbon that is already present in the atmosphere and in various compounds above ground could play an instrumental role in lessening the impact of greenhouse gases. Eric Singsaas, Director of Research at the Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Technology, has been working on doing just that since his days as a graduate student.

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