Scottsdale-based PathogenDX Inc., whose technology tests for bacterial and fungal contaminants like E. coli contamination in six hours or less, has raised another $7.5 million to initiate food and agriculture testing.
New wearable tech center in midtown Phoenix to foster research and development / Phoenix Business Journal
The 5,000-square-foot WearTech Center at Park Central Mall, a collaboration of the Partnership for Economic Innovation, Arizona State University and Arizona’s state government, has opened to foster research, develop solutions and launch wearables companies.
A pancreatic-cancer trial at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at HonorHealth in Scottsdale is seeing positive responses from patients fighting a disease with very low survival rates.
Tucson Tech: Ideas meet money at annual pitch competition / Arizona Daily Star
The annual IdeaFunding pitch competition, part of the TenWest Impact Festival in Tucson, will feature an opportunity for bioscience and other startups to win cash and business services.
Tucson entrepreneur McCusker named state’s tech business leader of the year / Arizona Daily Star Tucson entrepreneur and UAVenture Capital CEO Fletcher McCusker has been named the 2019 Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year by the Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Commerce Authority as part of the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards.
Read more: UA-focused venture fund invests in three laser-tech startups
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix is partnering with the Phoenix’s Veterans Affairs Health Care System to study how drugs interact, specifically among veterans, in a new program called Pharmacogenomics Action for Cancer Survivorship, or PHASER.