The University of Arizona and Foundery Sign Master Agreement to Translate Novel Discoveries into Transformational Immunotherapies
Through a master agreement with a biotechnology venture studio, UArizona researchers now have more support for opportunities to develop and commercialize new immunotherapeutics.
Protection for the ‘Internet of Things’ fueled by Arizona innovation has arrived
From automobiles to medical devices, the Internet of Things has opened the door for bad actors to attack in any number of ways. UArizona startup BG Networks has launched a new product to help mitigate the threats.
Startup Metfora to advance development of AI-enabled diagnostic technology
Startup Metfora, LLC is the recipient of a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase l Award from the NSF to pursue the detection of chronic diseases via multiplex analysis of circulating metabolites. They will receive a one-year grant of $255,706 to expand a diagnostic technology developed at the UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson.
For student success, Science of Sport hits a home run
The United States ranks 25th out of 37 nations in mathematics literacy as listed by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Systems Engineering Professor Ricardo Valerdi came up with a solution that's now impacting hundreds of thousands of students around the nation.
UArizona bioscience startup selected for Flinn Foundation program
With help from Tech Launch Arizona, TheraCea was launched in 2020 to develop diagnostic agents that allow oncologists and pharmaceutical companies to select the right segment of patients who will be responsive to specific immunotherapy drugs.