The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the
UW-Extension Center for Technology Commercialization announced
Thursday seven Wisconsin small high-tech businesses will be
receiving $75,000 grants to commercialize their innovations.
recipients include V-Glass, Milwaukee; Fiberstar Bio-Ingredient
Technologies, Eau Claire; Medical Cyberworlds, Verona; and four
Madison companies: C-Motive, Isthmus Bio, Nutrient Recovery and
Upcycling, and Pan Genome Systems.
companies are already receiving federal grants aimed at
stimulating innovation, but the money from those grants cannot
be used for certain activities, including patent work and
customer validation. The Small Business Innovation Research
Advance grants the companies are receiving is meant to help in