Arizona Biosciences News

Dec 19, 2014

Phoenix Biomedical Campus has $1.3 billion economic impact, report says

The Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix had a $1.3 billion economic impact in 2013 and was responsible for nearly 10,000 jobs, with $961 million of that amount attributed to the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, according to a Tripp-Umbach study released in December.

Jan, 22, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Innovation Challenge; New biorepository; Merger vote

Top bioscience news, Jan. 12-21, 2015: ACA names 10 Innovation Challenge finalists; UA to build new biorepository; Hospital merger vote to result in new names, leadership

Jan, 16, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Banner merger; Startup competition; Venture capital

Top bioscience news, Jan. 9-16, 2015: Banner Health, UA Health Network merger delayed a month; Venture Madness bracket competition selects 64 startups; Arizona’s venture capital figures lag behind

Jan, 09, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Ventana Medical Systems; Businessperson of the Year; UA Health Network

Top bioscience news, Dec. 19, 2014-Jan. 7, 2015: Ventana Medical Systems driving digital diagnostics; BioAccel’s MaryAnn Guerra uses social media to win Businessperson of the Year; UA Health Network deal with Banner Health moving forward

Dec, 18, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Biomedical campus impact; Land auction; Science Foundation Arizona

Top bioscience news, Dec. 12-17, 2014: Phoenix Biomedical Campus has $1.3B impact; ASU interested in state land near Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix; Science Foundation Arizona supporters attend event to honor IBM icon

Dec, 12, 2014
Biozona Weekly: ASU tech transfer; UA virus study; Q&A with C-Path CEO

Top bioscience news, Nov. 28-Dec. 11, 2014: ASU tech transfer earns high rankings; UA studies impact of dormant virus; C-Path CEO speaks about new grants, collaborations

Dec, 05, 2014
Biozona Weekly: C-Path’s role; Businessperson of the Year; TGen’s memory game

Top bioscience news, Nov. 23-Dec. 4, 2014: C-Path receives grants, FDA support; BioAccel CEO Guerra voted Businessperson of the Year; TGen wants 1 million people to play online memory game