The Flinn Foundation recently announced it had awarded the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation from Gateway Community college more than $350,000 over three years to support CEI’s LabForce professional development center on the Phoenix Bioscience Core.
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The skyline around the Phoenix Bioscience Core is changing big-time. As you go about your daily routine at the PBC, have you wondered what those multi-story cranes and workers in lime-colored vests are constructing? Courtesy of AZ Big Media, here’s a recap of your new (building) neighbors.
Taking a roadtrip or have a lengthy commute to work? We have a great podcast rec for you. As part of the Wexford Science + Technology’s podcast “The Commons”, Executive Vice President Tom Osha sat down with industry and city leaders in 2020 to talk about the future of Phoenix as a life science hub, the unique value proposition the city offers private companies and much more.
A delegation of leaders from the city of Phoenix and members of the Phoenix Bioscience Core community visited San Diego this week for BIO International 2022, the world’s largest convening […]
Development Director Christine Mackay recently spoke to Arizona PBS about the growth of the Phoenix Bioscience Core and the city’s life science industry as a whole. Speaking to Arizona Horizon, Mayor Gallego noted how Phoenix has become a hot spot for life science companies from around the world.
On March 3, Artlink and Phoenix Community Alliance’s Arts, Culture & Public Life Committee hosted the 6th Annual Creative City Symposium. The virtual event, attended by 65 local arts advocates and community leaders, served up a multi-faceted conversation about the state of the arts and the role that creativity and the arts play in a well-functioning, healthy city.
The Arizona COVID-19 Genomics Union, which includes PBC institutions such as Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, the Translational Genomics Research Institute and the University of Arizona have successfully compiled 100,000 sequenced genomes of COVID-19 to combat the next pandemic.
Beginning May 7, the Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market will be operating its Saturday market at a new location: Fifth Street and McKinley, south parking lot on the Phoenix Bioscience Core, which is located between Roosevelt Row and the central business district. Without a break in service to the community, the market and its 90+ farmers and vendors will transition to the new location where the market will have more space to expand and more opportunities to feed our community.
For the 18th Annual AZBio Awards, AZBio encourages you to nominate educators, innovators, and organizations that are making life better for people in Arizona, across the country, and around the world. Nominations close May 31, 2022. Honorees will be spotlighted on the AZBio website throughout August and September, culminating in recognition given at the awards ceremony at the Phoenix Convention Center on September 28, 2022.