Arizona State University will receive $90.8 million from the National Science Foundation to support a five-year project to build the world’s first Compact X-ray Free Electron Laser, or CXFEL, that will help scientists observe biology’s molecular processes in detail—processes that are important for understanding human health and developing new medicines and drugs.
Barrow Neurological Institute is taking part in a study of frontotemporal dementia, or FTD, which can affect a person’s behavior and language and is the most common dementia for people under the age of 65.
The case counts of Valley fever hit rates not seen since 2012 with both 2020 and 2021 having around 11,500 confirmed cases, according to the latest report released by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
The pandemic changed the way we think about illness, and while a lot of us are able to return to the world in this phase of COVID-19 easily enough, a lot of people can’t.
Introducing the Inno Madness bracket / Phoenix Business Journal (AZ Inno)
Sixteen Arizona startups—including bioscience and biotech—are entered in the 2023 Inno Madness bracket-style competition representing the full breadth and diversity of the ecosystem. Read more: Know a cool Arizona startup? Nominations open for second-annual AZ Inno Fire Awards
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