The Flinn Foundation’s “Action and Impact” report presents the organization’s current grantmaking priorities and activities that are making an impact across Arizona through the biosciences, civic leadership, arts and culture, and the Flinn Scholars program.
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
The National Biomarker Development Alliance at Arizona State University, a non-profit organization with the mission to create the needed standards to support biomarker development and advance precision medicine, was announced Jan. 13 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer during her recent "State of the State" address called for a dedicated funding source for the Translational Genomics Research Institute to serve as a catalyst in developing the state's bioscience industry.
Top bioscience news, December 5-12, 2013: Venture Madness pits 64 companies in bracket-style competition; Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s hospital in Goodyear continues growth; Jerry Colangelo to keynote new startup conference
Top bioscience news, November 24-December 5, 2013: Banner Alzheimer’s Institute studies infants with “Alzheimer’s gene”; Three Phoenix institutions receive grant to study brain injuries; Arizona should stay committed to the biosciences
Yolia Health, which has developed a non-invasive procedure for treating vision problems, was named the Innovator of the Year for startup companies during the 10th annual Arizona Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards.
Top bioscience news, October 7-17, 2013: TGen opens Center for Rare Childhood Disorders; Rapid growth of Accelerate Diagnostics driving innovation; Bioscience professor presents portable, speedy DNA identification system