The Phoenix Bioscience Core was recently featured in Nature as part of a larger story highlighting the growth and impact Phoenix has as a life science hub. Below is an excerpt from that piece, and you can read the entire story here.
Author: Joe Martin, PBC Communications
A new study put the city of Phoenix in the top 10 for a great downtown living experience, citing all of the new apartments and plenty to do.
Wexford Science + Technology held a ribbon cutting ceremony January 19 for the grand opening of Connect Labs, a new coworking space on the Phoenix Bioscience Core geared toward life science startups.
TGen and University of Wisconsin researchers published a study to make early cancer detection more available.
NAU’s Occupational Therapy Program, which is located on the Phoenix Bioscience Core, announced January 13, it received a 10-year reaccreditation from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE).
A first-year student from NAU’s Physician Assistant program traveled to Washington, D.C. to advocate for Dreamers like herself.
Exact Sciences joined the Phoenix Bioscience Core when it acquired a pair of Phoenix-based startups from the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and the International Genomics Consortium. The Wisconsin-based company […]
A small but mighty group of Northern Arizona University Occupational Therapy students and Dr. Sara Stephenson, Associate Clinical Professor of Occupational Therapy have partnered with nationwide nonprofit Go Baby Go to give adaptable electric cars to children with physical disabilities.
A new partnership on the Phoenix Bioscience Core leverages Arizona State University’s charter and design aspirations, and connects it with the University of Arizona’s public health programs, providing more touch […]
Hear more about BacVax, a PBC startup on Arizona PBS developing a vaccine to prevent ear infections.