Arizona Biosciences News
Three Phoenix institutions have been awarded a $4 million, five-year federal grant to attempt to identify a molecular signal that indicates the severity of a brain injury.
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
The Arizona Biomedical Research Commission is accepting research grant applications through Jan. 7.
Top bioscience news, November 12-20, 2013: Arizona’s bioscience investment should continue; Innovator of the Year for startups named; C-Path simulators help design better drug trials
Top bioscience news, November 7-13, 2013: Arizona Board of Regents seek $1B in bonds; C-Path receives $2M grant from FDA; UA BIO5 partners with Sunnyside district
The Critical Path Institute has received a $2 million grant from the Food and Drug Administration to streamline the process to evaluate and approve new medical products.
Top bioscience news, October 30-November 5, 2013: Scottsdale’s Cure Corridor takes on cancer; Fall 2013 Arizona Innovation Challenge names semifinalists; Provista seeks cancer detection solutions
Top bioscience news, October 24-30, 2013: SynDaver Labs to expand to Phoenix; Tech Launch Arizona helping startups; UA working on transplant medicine project