2012 marks year 10 in our progress along Arizona’s Bioscience Road Map. Leaders from across the state are moving us forward faster in the development of new research institutions, innovative companies, and high paying jobs.Continue reading
AZBio Members MaryAnn Guerra, CEO of BioAccel, and Sandra Watson, COO of the Arizona Commerce Authority will be honored as on of the 25 Top Women in Business by the Phoenix Business Journal on February 23, 2012.Continue reading
The Arizona Board of Regents and the University of Arizona will be hosting a special event to welcome Ann Weaver Hart to Arizona.Continue reading
PADT Increases Prototyping Capacity with Addition of 3D Systems ProJet HD6000 Stereolithography SystemContinue reading
The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) today announced Ann Weaver Hart as the candidate for the president of the University of Arizona. Her introduction to the UA campus is scheduled for Feb. 13.
Beyond Jeopardy! IBM’s Katherine Holland shares a look into the future and at the role that Watson can play.Continue reading
BIO was created in 1993 through the merger of the Association of Biotechnology Companies and the Industrial Biotechnology Association. The goal was for the entire industry, from young startups to established companies, to speak with one voice for the industry on important policy issues. Some of the biggest breakthroughs in the early days came from BIO’s work with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
AZBio Member and Scottsdale patent attorney Barbara J. Luther was part of the team of BIO members that worked through those early changes at the USPTO and shares memories of those early days in this continuing series…Continue reading
Leading Social Health Company for Women Adds Dr. Machelle Seibel to Expert Panel of Physicians