Learning communities like Galvanize offer a three-month-long immersive data science bootcamp that brings together instruction into machine learning, statistical analysis, natural language processing, and data visualization.
Scottsdale-based information technology services company Solugenix Corp. has made its first acquisition of a company that specializes in hiring skilled employees who work from home in rural communities.
New patented solutions AudioEye Free and AudioEye Pro join market-leading AudioEye Managed offering a suite of digital accessibility solutions for all price points
The Arizona Technology Council, along with the Arizona Commerce Authority, celebrated the seventh annual Southern Arizona Tech + Business Expo on October 30th with over 80 exhibitors and 450+ attendees.
While the University of Arizona has long been a major economic engine for the Tucson area, it’s poised to help drive the local tech startup community like never before. That was evidenced by recent events like the Arizona Technology Council’s Southern Arizona Tech + Business Expo and the TenWest Impact Festival in mid-October.
In a move that will help launch some of the next great technology startups in Arizona, the Arizona Israel Technology Alliance (AITA) today announced it has formalized a partnership agreement with the BIRD Foundation in the state of Arizona.
It’s hard to imagine a better way to celebrate HATech’s one-year Arizona anniversary than as a sponsor of the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation. It was our honor to be included in one of the most prestigious tech events of the year, celebrating the innovation that Arizona has to offer and recognizing those finalists who made the cut.
Scientists develop new approach to treat wounds by using three-dimensional skin substitutes formed from native skin proteins through a process called electrospinning. Shifting from using synthetic materials, electrospun
protein scaffolds guide cell adhesion and growth, and can be used to deliver cells, drugs and even genes into the body.
Health officials from the World Health Organization (WHO) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that four antidotes— including one first developed by Arizona State University and its commercial partners—had been tested in the largest Ebola clinical trial to date that’s shown it can overcome the virus and save lives.
Rosalind Sadleir, an associate professor of biomedical engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, is working to measure electrical properties of different types of tissue to better capture what’s happening in the body and better diagnose patients.
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