The Arizona Chamber of Commerce is putting the spotlight on Latinas in STEM careers for its sixth annual Power of the Purse women’s business conference.
The enrollment phase was completed and the data collecting began this month in a Colombian village that Arizona researchers hope will lead to a path to delaying the disease or finally solving the Alzheimer’s puzzle.
Clean Router is this year’s Venture Madness winner / Phoenix Business Journal
AniCell BioTech LLC, a Gilbert-based bioscience startup that extends the active lives of horses and dogs through regenerative treatments, took second place in the fourth annual Venture Madness business competition that started with 64 early-stage companies. Read also: Entrepreneur: Valley biotech startup uses stem cells to heal pets
UA College of Medicine-Phoenix completes accreditation site visit / Phoenix Business Journal
The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix is one step closer to full accreditation after a three-day site visit by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, which plans to produce its final report this summer.
Behind the Scenes: Banner Health pushes forward with new patient tower / Phoenix Business Journal
The new 16-story Banner-University Medical Center Phoenix tower under construction will add more than 700,000 square feet and cost close to $420 million.
Snowflake school makes top 10 in national STEM contest / Arizona Republic
Middle-school students from Snowflake, a small town about three hours northeast of Phoenix, created a low-cost animal-detection system that landed them a spot as a top 10 national finalist in a STEM competition and a chance to win $150,000 in technology for their school.
A plant geneticist at the University of Arizona has engineered a strain of corn that shuts off the ability of a plant fungus to produce aflatoxin, which can stunt childhood growth and cause liver disease.
There are more than 500 community engagement programs across the greater Phoenix area that are designed to tap into and inspire early STEM interests and push the area towards its goal of being recognized as a top STEM market.
Stretchable, wearable medical technology on track to hit the market soon / Tucson News Now
Stretchable, wearable electronics features technology that can be used to save lives in an emergency or catch problems before they become life-threatening.