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What's the next step for your UArizona invention? Tech Launch Arizona’s Asset Development Program provides financial support to move world-changing ideas into the commercial sphere.
Invented by Arun Dhar of the UArizona Aquaculture Pathology Lab at the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, the anti-viral treatment for a common, lethal infection is poised to address a $1 billion dollar shrimp industry problem.
Our future home! Tech Parks Arizona broke ground on the first multitenant building at the University of Arizona Tech Park at The Bridges. Named "The Refinery," the building will provide 120,000 square feet of office space for tech-focused business and organizations.
In a new joint collaboration, FreeFall and Applied Research Corporation will team to support national defense and US government agencies.
The University of Arizona researchers are being recognized in areas including pain therapeutics, heart disease treatment, optical science and online data collection.
Amongst other results, a study conducted by the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship has found that UArizona startups launched from FY2016 through 2018 generated a $585.7M positive economic impact for Arizona. Download and share the infographic.
Optical Sciences Professor Hong Hua and Regents Professor Emeritus Victor Hruby are being honored as National Academy of Inventors Fellows, the highest professional distinction awarded to academic inventors.
On October 17, TLA and Startup Tucson hosted a unique "unconference" to intentionally strategize a local ecosystem to help UArizona startups. Attendees' ideas were recorded in an original illustration which to will help shape the conversation going forward.
With funds from the National Institute of Health, Nathan Cherrington, Ph.D., ATS, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and Professor at the College of Pharmacy has created a non-invasive diagnostic for Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), a chronic liver disease.
Professor of Medical Imaging, Optical Sciences, and Biomedical Engineering Russell Witte has developed a new medical imaging technique for cardiac applications and has worked with TLA to launch startup ElectroSonix to bring the invention to the world.