Bioscience

Biozona Weekly: Heliae expanding algae business; TGen, helmet-maker team up for concussion study; Regenesis Biomedical names CEO

May 16, 2013

By Flinn Foundation

Gilbert’s Heliae expanding algae business into health and beauty products
5/16/13 | Phoenix Business Journal | Hayley Ringle

Heliae Development LLC, a Gilbert-based algae science and production technology company, will brand its own novel health and beauty products through a partnership with The Clarecastle Group, a global branding and marketing company.

Genetic testing giving people more options than ever
5/15/13 | Arizona Republic | Ken Alltucker

Doctors, scientists and drug companies are continuously pushing the frontiers of what we know about our genetic blueprints, giving people more options than ever to decode their own DNA and the potential future health secrets those genes may hold.

TGen, Easton-Bell team to study concussions in sports
5/14/13 | Phoenix Business Journal | Angela Gonzales

The Translational Genomics Research Institute will combine its molecular profiling techniques with Easton-Bell’s Riddell Sideline Response System (SRS) to look for better ways to detect and treat concussions that occur when playing sports.

Tucson Tech: Phoenix-based BioAccel to offer seed funding for health-care innovations
5/14/13 | Arizona Daily Star | David Wichner

BioAccel, a Phoenix-based nonprofit bioscience business-development group, has announced the BioAccel Solutions Challenge, which offers a chance for startup companies to get $100,000 in seed investment funding to create innovative solutions.

Regenesis Biomedical names Scott Brooks CEO after death of Virginia Rybski
5/14/13 | Phoenix Business Journal | Angela Gonzales

Scott Brooks has been promoted to CEO of Scottsdale-based Regenesis Biomedical Inc. following the death of Virginia Rybski, who led the company that markets a medical device that delivers pulsed electromagnetic therapy to provide pain relief while at home.

Scottsdale-based foundation donates $500,000 for pancreatic-cancer research
5/10/13 | Arizona Republic | Submitted by Steve Yozwiak (TGen)

The Scottsdale-based Seena Magowitz Foundation has donated $500,000 from two charity golf tournaments to support pancreatic-cancer research at TGen.