Arizona Biosciences News
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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.