Arizona Biosciences News
Top bioscience news, February 26-March 7, 2014: Entrepreneurs offered work spaces, pitching opportunities; Flagstaff hosts STEM celebration; UA Bio Park looks toward future
Top bioscience news, February 23-28, 2014: Cervical cancer research could change advanced disease care; Tech Launch Arizona improving startup company pace; ALS treatment center opens at Barrow Neurological Institute
Top bioscience news, February 13-19, 2014: ASU Foundation starts venture capital fund; Grants awarded to study chronic pain, falls; UA Tech park to seek international companies as part of makeover
The Critical Path Institute in Tucson has received a three-year, $11.8 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to help in the development of effective drug treatments for tuberculosis.
Top bioscience news, February 4-12, 2014: Governor tours bio firms in Oro Valley; Grant to assist tuberculosis drug development; Heliae technology comes to ASU
The inaugural BioAccel Solutions Challenge awarded $100,000 each to two startup firms selected by investors during the “Scorpion Pit” early-stage funding competition at the Wrigley Mansion.