Arizona Biosciences News

Apr 03, 2015

The Flinn Foundation celebrates 50 years

The Flinn Foundation is celebrating 50 years since its founding in 1965 by Dr. Robert S. and Irene P. Flinn, who started the privately endowed grantmaking organization “to improve the quality of life in Arizona.”

Jun, 05, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Arizona biolabs; Alzheimer’s study; Clinical trials

Top bioscience news, May 20-June 3, 2015: Arizona’s three state universities conducting important research; Banner Alzheimer’s Institute receives $10 million for study; Clinical trials the focus of AZBio Expo

May, 21, 2015
Biozona Weekly: ASU, NantWorks hub; BioAccel winners; Mayo approval

Top bioscience news, May 11-21, 2015: ASU, NantWorks partnership approved for Phoenix Biomedical Campus; BioAccel announces winners of ‘Scorpion Pit’ competition; Mayo Medical School gets state approval

May, 08, 2015
Biozona Weekly: HTG Molecular offering; TGen research; Phoenix Forward

Top bioscience news, April 29-May 6, 2015: HTG Molecular Diagnostics has initial public offering; TGen studying deadly form of brain cancer; Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce launches Phoenix Forward initiative

Apr, 29, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Desert Angels; Ovarian cancer biomarkers; Tucson entrepreneurship

Top bioscience news, April 15-27, 2015: Desert Angels third in nation in investment activity; ASU researchers identify ovarian cancer biomarkers; Tucson’s focus on entrepreneurship and startups

Apr, 10, 2015
Roadmap luncheons highlight Arizona’s bioscience growth and entrepreneurship

The Flinn Foundation hosted three Bioscience Roadmap luncheons in Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff to highlight the growth of Arizona’s bioscience sector over the past year, with a special focus on progress in bioscience entrepreneurship and economic development.

Apr, 09, 2015
Biozona Weekly: Banner Health growth; Zebrafish study; Mayo Medical School

Top bioscience news, March 31-April 10, 2015: Banner Health continues major expansion; TGen using Zebrafish to study pancreatic cancer; Mayo Medical School receives approval for Arizona campus