Arizona Biosciences News

Nov 03, 2014

Construction begins on UA Biosciences Partnership Building in Phoenix

Construction has started on the $136 million, 10-story University of Arizona Biosciences Partnership Building in downtown Phoenix that will create hundreds of jobs and allow for expanded research in the areas of neuroscience, health care outcomes, cancer, and precision medicine.

Nov, 20, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Tech Council winners; Health care merger; Alzheimer’s study

Top bioscience news, Nov. 14-20, 2014: Arizona Technology Council names innovation winners; UA Health Network, Banner merger set for January; Alzheimer’s study in Colombia recruiting participants 

Nov, 14, 2014
Bioscience innovators among those honored by Arizona Technology Council

The Arizona Technology Council, in conjunction with the Arizona Commerce Authority, have announced the winners of the 2014 Governor's Celebration of Innovation Awards that honor science and technology innovators, including bioscience leaders in Arizona companies and schools.

Nov, 07, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Orion Health to Scottsdale; Universities spur companies; UA pitch day

Top bioscience news, Oct. 26-Nov. 6, 2014: Orion Health to open Scottsdale office; Universities spur new companies; Tech Launch Arizona hosts pitch day for students

Nov, 03, 2014
ASU announces new Biodesign Center to open in China

Arizona State University and China’s Shandong University announced a partnership to focus on bio-inspired cancer and vaccine research at a Biodesign Center in China that will be modeled after the ASU Biodesign Institute in Tempe.

Nov, 03, 2014
Colorado company moves to Tucson to partner with UA

Teleost Biopharmaceutical, a company based on an invention developed at the University of Arizona to help prevent skin cancer, is moving its headquarters from Boulder, Colo., to Tucson to partner long-term with the original UA inventors of the technology.

Oct, 23, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Ducey, DuVal talk bio; Picmonic financing; NACET expansion

Top bioscience news, October 13-22, 2014: Gubernatorial candidates DuVal, Ducey talk bio, health care; Picmonic receives $1.25M in local financing; New NACET building set to open in summer