ASU tech transfer arm earns high rankings for inventions, startups, innovation
12/11/14 | Phoenix Business Journal | Angela Gonzales
Arizona State University’s technology transfer arm achieved high rankings for the third year in a row in innovation metrics such as invention disclosures, startups, and licensing agreements, while the state’s three research universities totaled nearly $1.1 billion in research expenditures.
Students earn college credit in STEM at Grand Canyon University
12/9/14 | Arizona Republic | Miranda Rivers (Cronkite News)
Grand Canyon University President Brian Mueller touted his school’s new STEM program while in Washington, D.C., that he says targets students from inner cities to help them get involved and succeed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
UA research studies dormant viruses, possible effects
12/5/14 | KGUN | Rikki Mitchell
University of Arizona researchers received a Flinn Foundation grant to study Cytomegalovirus in the lab to learn how the virus could affect patients when they enter a diseased state, and to hopefully come up with better treatment options and possibly a vaccine.
ASU researchers work to develop handheld DNA reader
12/4/14 | KJZZ | Mark Brodie
Researchers at ASU and IBM are working on a handheld device that could read a patient’s DNA from a very small amount of blood, spit or other fluid.
Q&A: Critical Path has big plans for Flinn grant
11/28/14 | Phoenix Business Journal | Angela Gonzales
Critical Path Institute CEO Martha Brumfield speaks with the Phoenix Business Journal about new grants received by the Tucson-based nonprofit as well as its ties to the Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium.