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, 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

Mar, 07, 2014
Flinn Foundation report outlines current priorities to benefit Arizona
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The Flinn Foundation’s “Action and Impact” report presents the organization’s current grantmaking priorities and activities that are making an impact across Arizona through the biosciences, civic leadership, arts and culture, and the Flinn Scholars program.