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360 Vantage Launches Hiring Wave and Expands Office Facilities in Support of Global Expansion
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NAU President John Haeger and the Arizona Board of Regents have announced a two-year extension to his contract, which will keep him as head of the university through June 2015.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
Between now and March 31,2012 is when we submit nominations for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. The Medal is the Nation’s highest honor for technological achievement and innovation. It is authorized by Congress and presented annually by the President of the United States.Continue reading
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.