Arizona bioscience companies stepped into the spotlight again this week as three leading companies, VisionGate, Inc., Phoenix Analysis Design Technologies (PADT), Inc., and Yulex, Inc., were honored at the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation by the Arizona Technology Council.Continue reading
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Stephen J. Ubl, president and CEO of the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), released the following statement on today’s Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing, “Medical Devices: Protecting Patients and Promoting Innovation”:Continue reading
Known as the sugarcane of the desert, sweet sorghum could be a sustainable and ecological future biofuel crop for Arizona.Continue reading
Made in Tucson: Inconspicuous Xeridiem
If you’ve ever had medical treatment involving a feeding tube or a urinary catheter – wince – it may well have been made right here in Tucson by Xeridiem Medical Devices.
But even if you’re a doctor, you may have never seen or heard the name Xeridiem, or its prior name, MRI Medical.Continue reading
Readers note: This post will continue to be updated throughout the week as the SBIR deadline approaches. Updates will appear at the bottom of the post.
At times like these, when the need for innovation, is greater than ever, the SBIR and STTR Programs hold the keys to the growth of new and innovative products in the U.S. small business sector. Funding through SBIR and STTR awards provides critical support for new discoveries in both the small business and university research communities across 11 key Federal Agencies and unlocks the vault to bring out new innovations right here at home.
AZBio FastLane Award winner EmpowHER Media, the Fastest-Growing
Women’s Social Health Company Earns Top Accolade From the 8th Annual
Stevie(R) Awards for Women in Business Continue reading
Leading Women’s Social Health Company Earns Prestigious Industry Accolade With an eHealthcare Leadership Award — Best Overall Internet Site Continue reading
1st Findings on Exercise Performance with SynCardia’s Total Artificial Heart Published in The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation Continue reading
Rent-a-tech: AZ Core Labs offers equipment, expertiseContinue reading
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs has announced the FY2012 SBIR Phase II Bridge Award, designed to support the next stage of development for previously funded NIH-wide SBIR Phase II projects in the areas of cancer therapeutics, imaging technologies, interventional devices, diagnostics and prognostics. The NCI intends to commit up to $10 million in fiscal year 2012 to fund up to ten new awards.Continue reading