At Work for Wisconsin
College of Engineering -- University of Wisconsin-Madison

Partnership between Wisconsin industry and the UW-Madison College of Engineering

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From problems to solutions:
WMEP helps Wisconsin manufacturers take a hard look at themselves
   Lofty visions:
Wisconsin companies find remote sensing solutions with Affiliated Research Center
Maximizing technology:
UW scientists form spin-off company to make fast work of precision motion
   Finding efficiency in a cold world:
COE researchers help lower energy costs for city ice rink and two businesses
Test of time:
Persistence key ingredient in collaborations between college, industry and Wisconsin
   Hot problems:
With guidance from faculty, COE students find some cool answers for industry
Power play:
Start-up company finds success building university inventions
   Learning by doing:
Co-ops and internships prove beneficial to students and employers alike
It's a wrap:
Collaboration through consortium helps improve food packaging materials
   Cutting-edge study:
UW researchers help turkey plant optimize knife sharpening schedule
A wave of success:
College team helps state firm identify cost- and time-saving methods
   Responding quickly:
Center helps state firms develop strategies to save money and secure business
Not a drop to drink:
UW-Madison scientists seek early warning of threats to our drinking water
   College Directory for Industry

Volume 3

AT WORK FOR WISCONSIN is a publication of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering. Stories may be reprinted with permission of the editor. For information, or additional copies of this publication, contact: Karen Walsh, Engineering External Relations, 215 North Randall Avenue, Madison, WI 53706 Voice 608/263-5988 Fax 608/263-9259 E-mail

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