The Center for Sustainable Health has launched a major initiative called Sustainable Aging aimed at two powerful and global demographic forces—rapid population aging and plummeting birth rates—that will draw on affordable technology, social innovation and effective behavioral interventions to meet this unprecedented dual challenge, and receives support in the form of a $3 million grant from the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.
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Report: Industry added jobs even as private sector lagged
By Ken Alltucker – Jan. 31, 2012 06:02 PM The Republic | azcentral.com
Arizona Bioscience Sector Sustains Strong Job Growth
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Tucson Bioscience Teacher recognized nationally for excellence in education and inspiring future innovators.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Abound at UA
2012 Leadership Team supports AZBio in providing access to the key resources, connections, and information that support AZBio Members’ ability to Connect, Collaborate, Innovate and Succeed thus supporting the growth of a thriving economic ecosystem for Arizona’s Bioscience Industry.Continue reading