Scientists who make major contributions support the health and well-being of our residents through biomedical and clinical research to those who explore and protect Arizona’s history through their work in other scientific fields.
Help support low-income students in Arizona to obtain critical job skills and empower them as future STEM professionals and leaders. Take control over where your tax dollars are spent and make a contribution up to the April 2019 tax filing deadline and get a dollar-for-dollar credit when filing your return.
The Arizona Technology Council MarTech Committee is excited to kick off it’s second year in 2019. Join us to explore the latest trends that the market has to offer and get a leg up on your competition. Help us define the focus of our 2019 events by completing this short survey, or just add your contact information if you’d like to be invited.
Viasat technology is behind advances in telemedicine, PADT joins forces with ASU for advancement of 3D printing techniques, Venture Madness finalists are announced, a new report touts Phoenix as a top tech-hiring market in 2019, Airobotics expands C-Suite to accommodate growth, and more.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation is hosting its inaugural Workforce Summit on March 13 that will highlight effective partnerships that support business growth through enhanced talent pipelines.
Step forward with us to discover the next generation of Aerospace ideas and realities. Join us for a discovery of what is happening on the ground, in the air and space at the 2019 Connecting Global Aerospace Industry Conference and Banquet Feb. 25-26 at SkySong in Scottsdale.
If your company is developing new products, processes or software, or improving products, processes or software, then you could qualify for a federal and state tax credit.
From more than 300 applications, the SciTech Institute was one of only 24 organizations across the United States to receive a generous grant for its efforts in promoting leadership, STEM and workforce development.
Approximately 1,000 judges are needed for 22 scientiﬁc disciplines, about 200 interpreters in over 25 languages are needed to work with students throughout the week in various ways, and more than 500 general volunteers for a variety of activities are needed during the week of May 9–17.
Top priorities include improving the business climate for technology-based companies by providing more sources for risk capital, supporting STEM-focused education, attracting STEM talent, improving the state’s tax and healthcare system, and supporting efforts to advance autonomous vehicle science, safety and policy.