Arizona Biosciences News


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Apr 08, 2014

Arizona’s long-term bioscience plan updated, extended through 2025

Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap, the strategic plan that has guided Arizona’s fast-growing bioscience sector for nearly 12 years, is gearing up for a new decade with updated strategies that can strengthen and diversify Arizona’s economy while providing Arizonans access to the latest health care innovations.

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Apr, 17, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Alzheimer’s study; Parkinson’s programs; Flagstaff STEM
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Top bioscience news, April 3-17, 2014: Colombian family, Banner Alzheimer’s study featured; Phoenix clinics tailor programs for Parkinson’s patients; About 4,000 people attend Flagstaff STEM celebration

Apr, 11, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Second decade of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap launched this week
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Top bioscience news, April 8-10, 2014: Second decade of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap launched this week around the state

Apr, 03, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Mayo’s proton therapy; Pollen spray; New STEM school
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Top bioscience news, March 27-April 1, 2014: Mayo’s proton therapy center under construction; Spray boosts pollination process; New STEM school to open in Phoenix

Mar, 28, 2014
Biozona Weekly: TGen research; Biomarker approval; Commercialization course
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Top bioscience news, March 23-27, 2014: TGen research makes strides; Biomarker approved for Alzheimer’s testing; UA offers new commercialization course

Mar, 21, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Medication management; TGen honored; Oro Valley tech industry
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Top bioscience news, March 13-20, 2014: UA Medication management program grows; TGen honored as economic driver; Oro Valley tech industry poised to grow

Mar, 13, 2014
Biozona Weekly: UA research funding; Venture Madness winner; Crow interview
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Top bioscience news, March 7-12, 2014: A call for more UA research funding; Pinnacle Transplant Technologies wins Venture Madness; Michael Crow interviewed by Wall Street Journal