A $1 million federal investment for Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation LabForce, secured for the Maricopa Community Colleges by Arizona Congressman Greg Stanton, will help develop a bioscience program to prepare students for careers as bioscience quality systems managers, process managers, and lab technicians. Read more: Rep. Greg Stanton of Arizona, MCCCD announce bioscience funding
The White Hat Life Science Investor Conference, a biotech and healthcare investor conference to be held Sept. 28-29 in Phoenix, will showcase biotech and medtech companies during Arizona Bioscience Week.
NAU researchers receive NIH grant for epidemiological modeling platform / Arizona Daily Sun
A team at Northern Arizona University recently received a National Institutes of Health grant to develop a platform that will help local public health experts find and assess models to predict the spread of disease.
Tempe medical device parts manufacturer acquired by New York private equity firm / Phoenix Business Journal
Molded Devices Inc, a Tempe-based company specializing in clean-room assembly for advanced medical device production, has been acquired by a New York private equity firm.
Sunnyside girls explore STEM education, careers through free camp / Arizona Daily Star
Middle school girls from Sunnyside Unified School District in Tucson spent a portion of their summer vacation delving into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields as they participated in a camp hosted by the Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation.
Maricopa County epidemiologist Dr. Nick Staab talks about monkeypox and its impact on the state’s largest county, which so far has reported more than 100 cases.