Arizona Biosciences News
The $1 billion Arizona Biomedical Corridor in Phoenix— a collaborative effort of Mayo Clinic, Arizona State University, the city of Phoenix and developer KUD International—is envisioned as a science and technology hub that would rival any in the nation.
Top bioscience news, August 27-September 12, 2014: Arizona Biomedical Corridor’s $1 billion investment; Tucson company working on valley fever cure; Phoenix Bioscience High School honored for architectural design
Top bioscience news, August 28-September 2, 2014: TGen receives approval for brain cancer treatment trial; Tucson ALS clinic teams with research lab studying fruit flies; UA refocuses tech-park strategy
Top bioscience news, August 12-27, 2014: UA to establish veterinary medical school; ASU researchers encouraged by Ebola virus treatment; ASU football teams with TGen, Riddell for concussion research
Top bioscience news, August 14-19, 2014: Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert testing breast cancer drug; St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center starts kidney transplant program; UA College of Medicine-Tucson welcomes new class
Top bioscience news, August 10-13, 2014: NACET breaks ground on accelerator in Flagstaff; Arizona a top business grower, host to innovation summit; NAU to expand physician assistant program in Phoenix