After giving a 5-minute pitch, Delta Development was awarded a $158K contract to develop a refrigeration product designed to help bring fresh whole blood further forward on the battlefield—saving time and lives.
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Drawn by the growing mining-industry cluster, Canadian-based Symboticware will open its regional U.S. headquarters in Tucson next week. Based in Sudbury, Ontario, Symboticware specializes in real-time software for production and maintenance to support underground and open pit mines.
LeeShanok, a Managed IT and Cloud Technology Provider, announced today it has received the CompTIA Managed Services Trustmark™, a respected industry credential that signifies its adherence to best practices for technology service delivery and customer interaction.
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.
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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.
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.
The Arizona Technology Council today announced it has appointed Kerri Zunkowski, vice president of People Operations, Infusionsoft, and Ken McMahon, senior vice president of Client Operations, Vonage, to its board of directors.
To provide Arizona technology companies with better access to premium healthcare, the Arizona Technology Council today announced that it is working with Banner|Aetna to offer Council members an opportunity to enroll in Banner|Aetna’s new Health Benefits Program, effective immediately.
AZTC CEO Steve Zylstra shares his enthusiasm for STEM education and discusses the success that the SciTech Institute has achieved in taking the lead in Arizona’s next-generation workforce with its annual Arizona SciTech Festival and Chief Science Officers program.