Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute has received $1.5 million from the National Library of Medicine to develop an early-warning system for flu outbreaks which will utilize advances in the analysis of large datasets.
A high-tech eyewear system developed by University of Arizona researchers with the help of Tech Launch Arizona is helping people who are legally blind or have impaired eyesight see.
Science Foundation Arizona expanding partnership with state universities / Chamber Business News
Science Foundation Arizona, a nonprofit organization that funds university-level research, is moving to Arizona State University’s SkySong and will work in partnership with the state universities, with initial areas of research in health care technology and cybersecurity.
Translational Genomics Research Institute has developed a liquid biopsy called “targeted digital sequencing,” or TARDIS, to better monitor breast cancer by tracking about 30 mutations specific to a patient’s cancer.
A new CBRE report shows the technology industry in Tucson has grown by 90 percent over the past five years, with the University of Arizona playing an important role.
OB-GYN physician shortage creates challenges for Arizona providers / Chamber Business News
Arizona is experiencing a shortage of maternity doctors while the state’s population continues to grow at a rapid rate, including a lack of OB-GYN services in two rural counties.
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