No funding? Brain drain? These experts debunk myths about the Arizona tech scene / Phoenix Business Journal
Local CEOs and top executives debunk myths about the Arizona tech scene during a technology roundtable at Arizona State University’s SkySong in Scottsdale.
UA team to present concussion app to NCAA / Tucson News Now
The University of Arizona team that created the virtual-reality app “BrainGainz” to help athletes recognize signs of concussion will be presenting its app to NCAA officials in Indianapolis.
Scottsdale neonatal med-tech startup gets $600,000 local seed fund investment / Phoenix Business Journal
NeoLight LLC, a Scottsdale-based medical-device company that designs and develops phototherapy technology to treat and eradicate jaundice in newborn infants, announced it has closed on a $600,000 seed round.
Here are the Venture Madness sweet 16 startups / Phoenix Business Journal
Bioscience startup firms are among the 16 finalists for the Venture Madness early-stage business challenge by Invest Southwest and the Arizona Commerce Authority, with a live-pitch event set for March where startups will compete for a shared $100,000 prize.
Ron Shoopman, the new chair of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap Steering Committee, talks about the advancement of the bioscience industry throughout Arizona.
Valley doctors uncover the mystery of a ‘broken heart’ / azfamily.com
Barrow Neurological Institute and Translational Genomics Research Institute doctors discuss next-generation genome sequencing that allows them to investigate broken heart syndrome in patients.