An antibody therapy that could treat ovarian cancer, a real-time sewer flow sensor and a natural crop protection formulation were among the discoveries presented by researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the Medical College of Wisconsin and Marquette University before an audience Thursday at the annual First Look Forum event at the University Club of Milwaukee.

Some of the presenters are researchers aiming to license their discoveries to other companies while some have become entrepreneurs, forming new companies to commercialize their inventions.

A panel of three local entrepreneurship experts provided feedback and questions to each presenter. Those panelists were Wisconsin Center for Technology Commercialization director Idella YambenEli Blee-Goldman, a general partner at the Milwaukee-based venture capital firm Character; and Venture Investors LLC chief financial officer David Arnstein.

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