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Sep 16, 2014

Arizona Bioscience Week celebrates industry successes

Arizona Bioscience Week, from September 15 through September 19, is a celebration of the industry with more than 400 life science leaders, Arizona students, innovative companies, and accredited investors taking part in major events, including the annual Arizona BioIndustry Association Awards dinner.

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Oct, 17, 2014
Biozona Weekly: New research facility; BioAccel’s Solutions Challenge; Patented treatment for cancer
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Top bioscience news, October 7-16, 2014: New research facility at Phoenix Biomedical Campus; BioAccel’s second annual Solutions Challenge; Patented treatment could stop cancer metastasis  

Oct, 09, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Phoenix Children’s deal; Guayule plant; Super Bowl & STEM
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Top bioscience news, September 26-October 7, 2014: Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Soon-Shiong target cancer; Guayule plant a replacement for rubber; Super Bowl host committee to present STEM awards

Oct, 02, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Biotech success; UA simulation center; Veterinary degree
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Top bioscience news, September 29-October 2, 2014: Bioscience industry an economic success; UA College of Medicine expands simulation center; Veterinary medicine degree at UA approved 

Sep, 26, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Banner MD Anderson tissue bank; Flagstaff bioscience; Guayule-rubber operation
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Top bioscience news, September 20-26, 2014: Banner MD Anderson building tissue bank; Flagstaff biosciences embraced by community; Bridgestone opens guayule-rubber tire operation 

Sep, 19, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Biodesign Institute; Veterinary school; Clinical trials
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Top bioscience news, September 12-19, 2014: Biodesign Institute economic impact growing; Midwestern University opens veterinary school; New clinical trials underway throughout state 

Sep, 16, 2014
$1 billion bioscience project taking shape
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The $1 billion Arizona Biomedical Corridor in Phoenix— a collaborative effort of Mayo Clinic, Arizona State University, the city of Phoenix and developer KUD International—is envisioned as a science and technology hub that would rival any in the nation.

Sep, 12, 2014
Biozona Weekly: Arizona Biomedical Corridor; Valley fever research; Phoenix Bioscience High School
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Top bioscience news, August 27-September 12, 2014: Arizona Biomedical Corridor’s $1 billion investment; Tucson company working on valley fever cure; Phoenix Bioscience High School honored for architectural design